DAVID PAKMAN SHOW / BATTLE FOR WORLD – September 25, 2018: Interview with Kelly Jones, ex-wife of Infowars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, joins David to discuss the truth about Alex Jones, his snake oil supplements, conspiracy theories, the alleged brainwashing of their son, and much more. (Note: Youtube is censoring videos and channels. The title of the video is “EXCLUSIVE: Alex Jones’ Ex-Wife Tells All, Conspiracies, Fake Supplements”.)
(BattleForWorld: Is the Alex Jones saga being weaved into some type of big future crescendo ending? And the excitement drama around Jones does not appear to be ending anytime soon.)
KNOW MORE NEWS / BATTLE FOR WORLD – September 27, 2018: Former Alex Jones employees and guests speak out about the big problems going on at Infowars Featuring: Rob Jacobson Kurt Nimmo Anthony Gucciardi Aaron and Melissa Dykes Luke Ridkowski Jason Bermas David Icke Wayne Madsen and Jack Blood.
USA TODAY / BATTLE FOR WORLD – September 25, 2018: The article highlights that online payment processing giant PayPal announced Friday (September 21) that it will cut ties with conspiracy website InfoWars, becoming the latest tech company to distance itself from controversial right-wing figure Alex Jones.
We undertook an extensive review of the InfoWars sites, and found instances that promoted hate and discriminatory intolerance against certain communities and religions that run counter to our core value of inclusion,” in a statement by PayPal.
The announcement by PayPal, the action will affect “InfoWars and its related websites.”
CNBC / BATTLE FOR WORLD – September 25, 2018: The article highlights that Alex Jones accounts violated the Twitter’s abusive behavior policies, in a series of tweets by the company Twitter. The ban comes weeks after Jones was banned or suspended by other major tech companies including Apple, Facebook and YouTube. Accounts for Jones and InfoWars were also banned from Twitter-owned company Periscope.
Permanently banning the accounts of right-wing conspiracy theorist radio host Alex Jones and his company InfoWars for violating Twitter’s abusive behavior policies, the company said Thursday (September 6).
According to the article, the ban appears to be related to a heated exchange between Jones and a CNN reporter Wednesday (September 5), which Jones live-streamed on the Twitter-owned video service Periscope. Jones ranted at the reporter, as well as Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, following back-to-back congressional hearings where Dorsey addressed online election interference, as well as accusations regarding political bias and conservative censorship on the platform.
WASHINGTON TIMES / BATTLE FOR WORLD – (posted on September 8, 2018) September 25, 2018: The article highlights that Alex Jones had his digital reach diminished further in the form of Apple removing his InfoWars application from its App Store late Friday (September 7), leaving him with one fewer multimedia outlet hardly a day after being permanently booted from Twitter on the heels of similar bans imposed by tech peers including Google’s YouTube and Facebook.
InfoWars was removed by Apple for violating company guidelines prohibiting objectionable content, according to a notification sent by Apple and shared by Mr. Jones on Saturday (September 8). This means that iPhone and iPad users can no longer download the Inforwars app, effectively preventing Jones’ audience from expanding.
“Your app includes content that could be considered defamatory or mean-spirited and appears to humiliate, intimidate or place a targeted individual or group in harm’s way,” in a notification by Apple.
CNN / BATTLE FOR WORLD – (posted on March 3, 2018) September 25, 2018: The article highlights some of the biggest brands in the U.S. had ads running on the YouTube channels for far-right website InfoWars and its founder, notorious conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, and they say they had no idea YouTube was allowing their advertising to appear there.
Last week (in February), YouTube reprimanded the conspiracy theory site and Jones for violating its community guidelines after a video posted to The Alex Jones Channel, InfoWars’ biggest YouTube account, claimed student anti-gun activists were actors.
Now in the spotlight again are YouTube and Jones’ channel Inforwars. CNN has discovered ads on InfoWars’ channels from companies and organizations such as Nike (NKE), Acer, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Network, the Mormon Church, Moen, Expedia (EXPE), Alibaba (BABA), HomeAway, Mozilla, the NRA, Honey, Wix and ClassPass, to name a few.
INFO WARRIOR / BATTLE FOR WORLD – September 25, 2018: Watch Alex Jones Say, “We Don’t Want Martial Law” at 9:40 In This Video – Jason Burmas and Luke Rudkowski. (Note: Youtube is censoring videos and channels. The title of the video is “WeAreChange Lies About Alex Jones Calling For Martial Law :(”.) (BattleForWorld: The reader has to watch the video and decide for themselves.)
EXPLORING REAL HISTORY / BATTLE FOR WORLD – September 25, 2018: The article highlights that Alex Jones became the highlight of trending topics last week following Twitter’s permanent ban of Jones in response to his ambush of Jack Dorsey during hearings on Capitol Hill, to which Q posted this stating that there’s much more to the story than meets the eye.
In response to Q’s post an anon summarized it this way: attacks against the Mossad-backed Alex Jones would prompt some patriots to support him, thusly allowing Mossad to control the narrative and divide the patriots.
Q replied, ” Control & Divide. Think Mueller. Who is testifying tomorrow?”
Jerome Corsi, a regular on the InfoWars program & adamant anti-Q proponent, was scheduled to appear before Mueller for testimony related to the 2016 election investigation.
Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi subpoenaed for Mueller investigation. Conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi was subpoenaed for the Mueller investigation, his lawyer told The New York Times on Wednesday.
(BattleForWorld: The article posted on Exploring Real History blog regarding Alex Jones is very lengthy and it is suggested that the reader go to their site to view the complete article. The blog also has lots of receipts about the Alex Jones never ending saga.)