Ron Paul has written six books on neo-liberalism, he is closely involved with the following think-tanks and people whom are the leading lights of neo-liberalism: Ludwig Von Mises Institute, Murray Rothbard and Lew Rockwell, Hayek, Friedman, Mises, etc: the Austrian School (of Economics).
And yet, here's some examples of Alex Jones' websites pretending they are against neo-liberalism:
Prisonplanet writes of the Trilateral Commission that:
Many of its members are also Bilderbergers with the same mutual interests for the development of globalization, the so-called economics of 'neo-liberalism' including wholesale privatization of anything that moves, the new world order and corporate capitalist totalitarianism.What if that had said "the economics of Ron Paul"?
Here's Prisonplanet suggesting "neo-liberalism" associated with Iceland's recent economic crisis:
Iceland Pushes Back Against Neolib BankersAnd here's Jones' Infowars claiming Ron Paul....errr....I mean neo-liberalism was the cause of Argentina's economic collapse:
Neolib Policies and Argentina’s Economic CollapseOne can debate the merits or otherwise of neo-liberalism as an economic doctrine. However, there is simply no debate that Alex Jones is playing both sides of the fence.....condemning neo-liberalism as part of some vast conspiracy responsible for America's economic problems, whilst at the same time claiming neo-liberal Ron Paul is the answer to those same economic problems!
Central to the collapse was the implementation of neo-liberal policies which enabled the swindle of billions of dollars by foreign banks and corporations. Many of Argentina’s assets and resources were shamefully plundered.
This really doesn't make sense. No surprise, I guess, but......shouldn't Jones somehow be made to face all these contradictions? He never does.
Here's something much better: John Harvey on "A History of neo-Liberalism".