Lindsay Lohan Poisoned: Alex Jones has grabbed your attention
Back in July we brought you news of radio host Alex Jones and his sometimes controversial video documentaries. We told how he had raised concerns over having certain video files of his deleted and encouraged his supporters to fight back against Google censorship, by using the term ‘Google Spies” in the Google search engine.
The term then went to the top of the trends charts on Google and then the term was mysteriously removed by Google. Other terms such as “Google Censorship”, “The Obama Deception” and “Fall of the Republic” were all removed in a similar way. This was all referred to as Infowars, and Alex Jones made clear his thoughts about how he feels Google is tied too closely to U.S. government intelligence and is against the open internet.
Now another development today is the phrase “Lindsay Lohan Poisoned” which is currently volcanic in Google Trends. However this too is a phrase being pushed by Alex Jones’Prison Planet in the hopes of it going viral on the internet and it seems it’s working. In a look at an article over on Prison Planet by Kurt Nimmo we can see that the phrase “Lindsay Lohan Poisoned” is really to gain attention to Jones’ current short video detailing the detrimental effects of Bisphenol A, a toxic chemical that’s used in food packaging and containers.
In the video Alex Jones says he’s used the term of Lindsay Lohan as he’s willing to use any term that will get people in America to pay attention to the effects of drugs such as Bisphenol A and also methamphetamine style drugs like Ritalin, SSRI Prozac drugs, and sodium fluoride. You can see the video below this story and it’s certainly food for thought.
For more on this go to prisonplanet.com. We know that people feel very strongly about Alex Jones and his controversial videos but do you also feel there are too many spook networks in the U.S. and Alex Jones is doing Americans a service by exposing certain information or maybe you have a different opinion. Please send in your comments about this as we’re really interested to hear where you stand on this argument and encourage as many views as possible.
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