Filmmaker and radio host Alex Jones returned to discuss the nature of conspiracy theories as well as to share his investigations into the London bombings. People have lost faith in the government who've been caught lying too many times, and they've become skeptical about the "official line," he said. Over the last decade, many more people have come to agree with him that there is a "corrupt elite" and the formation of a world government, explained Jones.
The 7/7 London bombings occurred on the same day a terrorist drill was being conducted there and the probability for such a coincidence was highly unlikely, he said. Jones suggested that the drill is a key indication that the attack was a "globalist operation." Intelligence agents who ran across "chatter" referring to planned attacks, might assume it was just the drill, he added.He also pointed out that a former MI-5 agent, David Shayler, noted that there are many similarities between the London attacks and 9-11.
The four bombers in the 7/7 attack could have been patsies, and even Scotland Yard has said there may have been a mastermind, said Jones, who detailed how this mastermind is reportedly a British Intelligence asset. "I wish it was just ragtag Islamists," I wish it wasn't elements of a "criminal government," he lamented. Jones concurred with George Noory's observation that the globalists may be planning to nuke a small to mid-size American city to "bring us to our knees." If there is such an attack, said Jones, we'll see the onset of a fascist state that will make 1984 "look like a cakewalk."
First hour guest, actor/musician Bill Mumy, who played Will Robinson in the original Lost in Space series, shared stories from his career. He said he remains close with the Lost in Space cast members and that the Robot in the series actually had an actor (Bobby May) inside a fiberglass suit. He sang a live acoustic version of "She'll Never Know," a song he recorded with his band, The Jenerators.
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