Alex Jones Calls Vatican Critics and "Catholics Run It All Crowd" Mentally Ill and LiarsAnd from Thomas Richards of Spiritually Smart:
He also criticizes people who present history lessons critical to the
Vatican, saying "it's all made up or it's twisted..."
By Greg Szymanski, JD
Oct. 10, 2007
Alex Jones has finally gone off the deep end, ranting and raving about the so-called "lying truth tellers" accusing him of being a Vatican shill controlled by their henchmen in the Jesuit Order.
In the past several months, Jones has been the brunt of severe criticism by thousands of internet readers across the globe who question why he "can't read history and protects the Vatican."
"I don't think he is used to getting this type of treatment but when the facts are presented to him regarding the history of the evil Jesuit Order and the Vatican, he reverts to name calling and will never deal with the true facts regarding the Vatican, the Jesuit Order and the Knights of Malta's involvement in the New World Order" said one Vatican researcher, who claims Jones' job is to keep the heat off Vatican intrigue.
Jones recently said on what has become his fear-mongering radio show full of half truths that anyone who reads history and criticizes the Vatican are "mental cases and liars."
Further, he claims that hidden history regarding the Vatican and Jesuit Order's involvement in things like Abraham Lincoln's assassination and the Nazi Party are "made up." (more)
Alex Jones accuses people who are Exposing the Vatican as being the ROOT behind the NWO of not reporting on other facets of the conspiracy. Here is a forum which is run by a man named Craig Oxley. In it you will see the depth of reporting of this man who investigates all areas of the criminals behind the NWO. And you will see that he understands that the Vatican/Jesuit Order/Knights of Malta (SMOM) and her other branches are behind the criminal conspiracy.Has Alex Jones even heard about -- let alone dare contemplate the historical role of -- Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski?
born October 7, 1866
Jesuit Order Superior General February 11, 1915 - December 13, 1942