Sunday, 9 August 2009

Shameless Prisonplanet Ups the Ante

Alex Jones' Prisonplanet, promoter of Willis Carto's Nazi-friendly, is upping the ante in a shameless effort to portray the Obama administration as "Nazi", poised to threaten 'the american way of life.' Clearly the effort is especially targeted at undermining the Obama government's socialised healthcare plan.

Nevermind that in polls, over 70% of Americans regularly support socialised healthcare reform, and over 50% would pay higher taxes to fund such a program. And nevermind that socialised healthcare (for all) is a socialist goal, rather than a particularly Nazi or capitalist one. Most of Europe has socialised healthcare, and it would likely come as a major surprise to Europe's population to realise they are actually living under proto-Nazi regimes, and their 'free' healthcare has been forced upon them by Stormtroopers and blackshirts.

Socialised healthcare in Europe is actually held dear by European populations as one of the great post-war social achievements, but is under constant threat from the money-men via privatisation: by hardline market fundamentalists, neo-liberals, like the prisonplanet-supported Ron Paul, whom just happens to be a private medicine practitioner. No conflict of interest there then......

Prisonplanet's efforts to paint socialised healthcare, and the Obama administration more generally as being "Nazi" serves to simply demonise the administration and its progressive social policy for the politically ignorant audience which lionises Alex Jones. Furthermore, denouncing the Obama administration as fascist, however ridiculous, does serve to deflect attention from well-founded accusations that Jones' Prisonplanet and the 911 movement in general have extensive ties to extremist far-right organisations - even with genuine Nazi and fascist groups.

Jones' Prisonplanet, for example, publishes and promotes Willis Carto's americanfreepress (formerly "The Spotlight") - Prisonplanet regularly links directly to the AFP website, publishes articles by AFP correspondents eg Christopher Bollyn, publishes articles and supports campaigns by Rev. Pike, an AFP correspondent and head of the Christian Prayer Network whose website carries stories on holocaust denial, by the likes of Frederick Toben (whom also attended the AFP conference - see below.)

I previously wrote about the 2006 AFP conference, which was jointly held with yet another Willis Carto publication, The Barnes Report, whose subject matter is holocaust-denial.

This 2006 AFP conference was publicised at Stormfront and compered by a genuine Nazi, Joe Fields.
.....NAZI activist JOE FIELDS, an associate of NAZI PARTY chieftain Stan Witek and Tom Metzger of WAR (White Aryan Resistance). Fields is, in fact, a member of the party's National Executive Committee.
Attendees of the conference included

----Margaret Huffstickler, contributing author to The Barnes Review....(holocaust denial)...wife of John de Nugent, White Nationalist....member of Stormfront....

----Mr. Theo Junker, the former member of the Wiking division of the S.S. who opened a Museum in Wisconsin dedicated to the memory of Adolf Hitler.

----Willis Carto, founder and publisher Of American Free Press and The Barnes Review....

----Dr. Fred Toben of Australia's Adelaide Institute (holocaust denial)....

----Paul Fromm (Canadian Nazi leader and activist, currently "helping" Arthur Topham)

----Deirdre Fields....wife of Nazi Joe Fields...
The conference is detailed here, at the website of Nordwave, a neo-Nazi American group.

As reported By Joe Fields at Nordwave's website, the conference was "a real success":
All in all, this was an excellent conference and if you missed it, keep checking your American Free Press.......
The highlight of the conference, they claim, was the presence of a Theo Junker, the former Wiking SS officer whom opened a museum dedicated to Adolf Hitler in Winsconsin. Worth noting Wiking SS division "assisted" the infamous mobile killing group Einsatzgruppe A in Operation Barabarossa. Nordwave's conference review described the presence of Theo Junker thus:
It was indeed one of the highlights of the conference......God bless you, Herr Junker!
Beyond publishing AmericanFreePress articles, linking to the AmericanFreePress, supporting various campaigns backed by AFP etc, Alex Jones even employs a co-founder of AmericanFreePress in several of his films, Big Jim Tucker. Not only does Tucker appear in Alex Jones' films, Tucker's "work" forms the basis of a large part of Alex's work, specifically the Bilderberg part of Jones' grand scheme of conspiracies ie the associations with AFP go beyond simple association, they openly share a large part of their worldview.

Here's a picture of Alex Jones with 'Big' Jim Tucker of Willis Carto's AmericanFreePress:

Whilst Alex Jones and Prisonplanet openly use Tucker in their films, publish his articles, and share his worldview of Bilderberg conspiracy, Jones and Prisonplanet never refer to Tucker's long-time association with Willis Carto, Tucker's work with Carto's now defunct "The Spotlight", or Tucker's present position at Carto's AFP.

Jones and Prisonplanet never refer to Tucker as a long-time associate and work colleague of genuine racists and Nazis such as Willis Carto, not as a writer for America's leading anti-semitic propagandist rags, but as "long-time reporter", etc. That's lying by ommission.

Here's Jones interviewing Tucker. It's the usual clap-trap, so forward to 6:50 and listen how Alex Jones says "We Salute you, Jim!", promotes AmericanFreePress, says hosts AFP articles, and even sells Tucker's book on the Bilderbergs. (Profits going to, where? Willis Carto and his proto-Nazi propaganda organisations?)

"We salute you, Jim!"
What sort of salute, Alex? A Nazi one?

So there we have it - Jones "saluting" a long-time colleague and employee of Willis Carto - promoting Carto's website AFP, and even promoting and selling their books!

Why not mention Jim's employer and publisher, AFP, is run by Willis Carto? Carto just happens to be America's leading anti-semite, a leading publisher of Holocaust denial, a friend, colleague and supporter of Nazism. Doesn't Jones think his audience might be interested to know these people are so closely affiliated and deeply involved in furthering the cause of Nazism in N America?

It isn't as if Jones and Prisonplanet think their audience are disinterested in even the vaguest accusations of Nazism.

The following are some stories from just this week published by Jones' Prisonplanet: they make extensive and obviously negative references to Nazism. In light of these stories, it is preposterous to imagine Jones isn't self-consciously lying by ommission to his audience by making no reference to Nazism in relation to Willis Carto's AFP when he interviews AFP's Jim Tucker, promotes sales of AFP's books at Prisonplanet, and publishes AFP articles and links to the AFP website. This is obviously conscious deceit of his audience, by Alex Jones, in support of the cause of fascism.

Example 1 of Prisonplanet's criticism of Nazism:

Nazi-Style Denunciation Campaign Urges Americans To Report Each Other

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, August 6, 2009

A privately-run informant program operating nationwide encourages Americans to anonymously turn each other in to the authorities for cash rewards in a chilling echo of the Nazi “denunciations” of 1930’s Germany, where neighbors would grass their neighbors up to the local Gestapo officer over petty issues.
Strange how Prisonplanet ignore Willis Carto's extensive connections to genuine nazism.......?
As America sinks into a military police state, it begins to parallel more and more aspects of Nazi Germany, especially in the context of citizens being turned against each other, which in turn creates a climate of fear and the constraining sense that one is always being watched.
Mightn't Watson, Jones and Prisonplanet at least wonder about how Willis Carto's AFP supports definite aspects of Nazi Germany? They do have considerable contact with AFP...prisonplanet promotes them(!)....and AFP doesn't just parallel aspects of Nazi Germany, they laud former SS members and a museum dedicated to Adolf Hitler! But none of that is deserving of the interest of Prisonplanet audience? But vague accusations of Nazism against an anti-crime citizen's group are?
We invite our readers to use the WeTip “Submit a Tip” form to remind the crypto-Nazis behind this program that this is America, not Germany in the 1930’s.
HA! Why not remind your guest and contributor Jim Tucker!? Why not remind your audience "this isn't Nazi germany" when you supply them Willis Carto's AFP articles? When you promote Carto's books, his website, his paranoid ideas about the Bilderbergs?

This is shameless hypocrisy on the part of Watson, Jones and Prisonplanet.

Example 2:

Obama Connected Group Calls for Brownshirt Tactics Against Healthcare Opponents
Kurt Nimmo
Friday, August 7, 2009

An organization supported by Obama, Biden and 190 members of Congress, Health Care for America Now, instructs Democrats to confiscate signs and leaflets brought to Obamacare events by “rightwing extremists,” that is to say Americans opposed to totalitarian health care.
Amazing - "right-wing extremists" oppose Obama's "totalitarian health care"! You muzt submit to ze healthkare!? the phrase 'right-wing extremists' gets quotation marks at Prisonplanet - they don't really exist, obviously. However the phrase 'totalitarian health care' doesn't deserve quotation marks - it exists as stated. Amazing.

Those supporting the popular reforms of healthcare, and opposing the disruptions caused by right-wing extremists are described as the "brownshirts"! This stands in marked contrast to Prisonplanet's attitude towards Jones' assault of Michelle Malkin, which they described as "calling-out", rather than the very obvious "brownshirting" it in fact was.

So whilst supporters and defenders of (very popular) socialised healthcare - paid for by increased taxation of the wealthy - are called "brownshirts", Alex Jones, Nimmo and PrisonPlanet are silent about the genuine brownshirts and Nazis at Carto's AFP, which they frequently promote, support and endorse - without ever mentioning the extensive and well-documented connections AFP has with genuine fascism.

How else to explain such a difference apart from as a repeated conscious, wilful, deception and manipulation of their audience - by Prisonplanet, Jones, Nimmo and Watson?

Might it be worth Jones' Prisonplanet pointing out that likely the same "right wing extremists" at these rallies are the same ones that populate and patronise the AFP? A newspaper and organisation with close and extensive ties to genuine Nazism - which Prisonplanet itself promotes.......

Prisonplanet, Jones, Watson and Nimmo are surely not unaware of who runs AFP, and what it supports?
HCAN is supported by the usual suspects, including ACORN, unions, (a George Soros outfit), the National Council of La Raza, the eugenics front Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and the Clintonite John Podesta’s war-mongering Center for American Progress.

HCAN will organize brownshirt thugs.........
Whereas AFP and Willis Carto.......and their supporters at Stromfront, Nordwave, National Alliance, National Vanguard, the American Nazi Party and Prisonplanet(!) etc don't?

It's quite amazing Prisonplanet can get away with such dissembling, and it can only be explained as conscious, wilful deception and manipulation of their audience in the cause of fascism.

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