Silicon Valley CEOs framing Alex Jones as Wack Packer/KKK Grand Dragon Daniel Carver

It is obvious that Silicon Valley CEOs who have banned Alex Jones are either unsure why they banned him or have banned him because they have bought into the lie that he is some kind of a right-wing fascist nazi.

Alex Jones is a conspiracy theorist/entertainer who holds positions on both sides of the political spectrum. He is both pro-gun and anti-war. He hates American football as much as he hates Hollywood. I could make a list of all of Alex Jones left-leaning positions (he thinks drugs should be decriminalized for instance), which I probably will in another post but he has never been a “support our troops” conservative guy. In fact, over the past decade, he has warned the public about the Patriot Act from the beginning, even going so far as to warn his listeners that government troops would follow unconstitutional orders if Marshal law was enacted.

Jones predicted the NSA spying grid (PRISM). Even Howard Stern was influenced by Alex Jones in the early 2000s. Howard Stern was apart of the early 911 truth movement. I heard Joe Rogan say on his podcast that it was so egregious for Alex Jones to question the events at Sandy Hook. Was it egregious for Stern to question the official 911 story? Should Stern have been blackballed and removed from the air like Jones was after September 11th, 2001. Alex Jones literally came on the air on September 11th, 2001 and made the same claim as Howard Stern in the video below and lost most of his affiliates.

A few weeks ago Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was on the Joe Rogan Podcast. Joe asked Dorsey why Alex Jones was banned from Twitter. Jack replied, “I’m not sure what the actual violations were.” Benjamin Vaughan CEO of Disciple Media published an article on Forbes giving his reasons for not doing business with Alex Jones. I believe a business has the right to refuse services to whomever they choose but I also believe these CEOs are lying or horribly misinformed on the Alex Jones question. Here is Ben Vaughn of Disciple Media explaining why he refused to offer services to Alex Jones and Infowars:

“Late last year, we received a business enquiry from Infowars. They were looking for a platform to build and run their own self-contained community for followers and fans of alt-right activist and Infowars founder Alex Jones.

We turned them down. But the questions surrounding why we made that decision – not least whether we were right to do so – still loom large for us.

That day, I was running through the long list of new prospects that had come in from our website. The usual assortment of communities had come to Disciple, all wanting to build their own online social platforms. Wellness gurus, politicians, an association for CMOs, an up-and-coming hip-hop artist, an exotic car owners club, a resort in Florida and… an alt-right firebrand banned from most of the internet, accused of fomenting fascism in the US and adored by Donald Trump’s most extreme followers.

You see, one of the unanticipated aspects of my job as Disciple CEO is to be the arbiter of what we, as a company, view as acceptable communities for our platform. Essentially who can and can’t use our platform to build their community. And so far, I think I’ve probably got these decisions right. But rather than referring to an approved rubric when guarding the gates to our platform, it always feels like I’m basing the decision on my own values and the shared values of the company we’re building.

So – after much internal struggle between my unapologetically liberal self and my more pragmatic, business self – I came to a decision. We would not let Alex Jones use our platform. I based this decision partly on my own set of values and – if we’re honest – partly on the fact that we don’t want our good reputation damaged by an association with Alex Jones’ extreme views.” – Forbes

He frames Alex Jones as if he were equal to Wack Packer/KKK Grand Dragon Daniel Carver.

Vox.com published an article calling Jones a “leading purveyor of violent and sometimes racist (and anti-Semitic) conspiracy theories.” Alex Jones has Jewish children yet is racist and anti-Semitic? I don’t believe in either the Sandy hook conspiracy or the 911 conspiracy, yet I don’t think it makes someone a crazy right-wing fascist unhinged lunatic (insert pejorative) if they question the official events. Its probably healthier for our society as a whole to have both Anderson Cooper reading off a script on CNN every night and Alex Jones questioning what’s coming out of his mouth. We have the freest media in the world for that very reason.

Will InfoWars.com Domain be Seized by Domain Provider Name.com for Hate Speech Violations?

As many of you probably already know, Alex Jones has been deplatformed on social media. Alex Jones’s Infowars.com news website is currently down (at the time this post) from an apparent “cyber attack.” Since our last post, Alex Jones/Infowars have additionally been removed by Pinterest, MailChimp, LinkedIn and porn sites like YouPorn. Big tech companies seemingly working together have now set a precedent banning Jones/Infowars for what they consider hate speech.

Within a 12 hour period, Alex Jones has been deplatformed from Spotify, Apple, YouTube and Facebook virtually simultaneously. Jones was excommunicated from the tech giants’ platforms following a pressure campaign from left-wing political activists and CNN. CNN even went on to publish an article today claiming Infowars.com is complicit in domestic terror.

“The stripping of InfoWars from Facebook, Apple and other platforms is an important step in the recognition of nativist, nationalist and white supremacist hate speech as a form of terrorism.”

Sadly, domestic terrorism, or Jones’ dangerous speech, in which he claims that he is in a holy war against Islam, is not prosecuted under that statute. This is a failing that has permitted the proliferation of platforms such as InfoWars, their presence on popular platforms a legitimization of sorts for their content.

This new decision is a step forward in recognizing that hate outlets, such as InfoWars, are complicit in domestic terror, and a relief to Muslim-Americans, like myself, who have been the target of online assaults and threats.” – Rafia Zakaria, CNN.

With Alex Jones effectively banned from the respectable face of the internet, viewers could still get his content on porn sites like YouPorn.

Not for long. YouPorn jumped on board the hate speech bandwagon late Monday. The site’s vice president Charlie Hughes issued a statement saying:

“Following news that YouTube, Spotify and Facebook have banned Alex Jones from their platforms, team YouPorn is joining in solidarity and announces we are banning his content as well. As one of the largest user-generated content platforms in the world, we have already removed his videos that have violated our terms of service. As an inclusive platform, hate has no place on YouPorn.”

If the powers that be decide to take it to the domain name registrar level, they could effectively strip Jones of the ability to even have his own platform on his own site, by taking away his domain name which is hosted by Name.com. This would not be the first time that a domain has been seized due to hate speech violations. White nationalists websites, The Daily Stormer and Stormfront, had their domains stripped for hate speech violations in 2017.

Microsoft has threatened to cease hosting services for the social media network Gab.ai over two anti-Semitic posts, according to an email published by Gab founder Andrew Torba. The email claims the posts violate Microsoft policy and requests that Gab “promptly take appropriate action to resolve the complaint within two business days” or hosting service will be suspended.

Founded as an alternative for users who were banned by Twitter and Facebook, Gab has long struggled to maintain infrastructure partners in the face of persistent hate speech complaints. Gab’s apps have been dropped from both the iOS App Store and Google Play Store, making the service largely unavailable on mobile devices.

In 2017, Gab was nearly dropped by its domain registrar over a series of posts that violated the provider’s hate speech policy. Could Infowars.com be next to have its domain stripped for hate speech? We think so.

Alex Jones: “I feel like the Syria strike is Donald Trump’s funeral”

https://youtu.be/2YdInfbywPA

Some of President Trump’s most hardcore base turned on the president Friday over his decision to launch military strikes against Syria without Congressional approval in retaliation for an alleged chemical attack by Syria’s President Assad.

“Fuck Trump, and fuck these fucking people,” said Alex Jones, before bursting into tears. Alex Jones has been referred to as “the man who got Trump elected” by the mainstream media due to his early, vocal and unrelenting support during the 2016 campaign.

“If he had been a piece of crap from the beginning, it wouldn’t be so bad,” Jones said of Trump. “We’ve made so many sacrifices and now he’s crapping all over us. It makes me sick.”

Many Trump supporters have lost jobs, friends, family members during the campaign because of their fervent support for him. The Syrian strike has come like a slap in the face for most of President Trump’s hardcore base – and Trump could seemingly care less.

Trump himself tweeded against a potential Syria strike without Congressional approval back in August 2013. “The President [Obama] must get Congressional approval before attacking Syria – big mistake if he does not!”

“I haven’t had Trump call me in six months,” said Jones. He was streaming live from the Infowars studio Friday night because President Trump had just announced a strike on Syria. “I will tell Trump that you really betrayed your family and your name, and everything you stood for with this horse manure.”

“I shouldn’t even be live right now,” he said. After a couple of calmer sentences, Jones started to yell again: “Fuck Trump!”

“I’m not in a fucking cult for Donald Trump.”

Syria has always been a dividing point between Trump’s online base and America’s right-wing politicians, left-wing politicians, mainstream media.

“Attacking a foreign nation that has not attacked or threatened America is globalist interventionism. This is not America First. This is not what Trump was elected for,” tweeted Infowars writer Paul Joseph Watson in a message shared by Ann Coulter.

Trump launched the attack on Syria before any international evidence of President Assad’s supposed chemical attack had been presented. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 11, states: “Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.”

Alex Jones Accused of Grooming Former Employee for Gay Sex

Two former employees at InfoWars.com have accused founder and radio host Alex Jones, who was a guest on The Howard Stern Show in 2013, of discrimination and sexual harassment, the Daily Mail reports.

Rob Jacobson, a former video editor who worked for InfoWars.com for 13 years, alleges his co-workers and managers called him “The Jewish Individual” and “The Resident Jew,” and that Jones regularly humiliated and belittled him. Jones allegedly called Rob Jacobson “Beefcake” and was grooming him for gay sex.

‘Alex was walking by and it was a “look what I’ve found” moment, I invited him to check it out.

‘But when I clicked on this picture to see the full resolution image, a gay porn website popped up, it was a click-bait picture.

‘I was shocked and embarrassed but Alex knew what had happened so I quickly clicked off, but he instantly jumped on it and called me “Beefcake”.

‘That afternoon he continued calling me Beefcake, the next day it was Beefcake, I thought it would maybe go away, like sort of childish behavior, office banter, but it didn’t.’

In the EEOC report, Jacobson writes of the incident: ‘From 2008-2012, Alex Jones called me Beefcake, referring to male porn stars,’ Jacobson said. ‘I felt like this was intimidating and harassing and a form of sexual harassment in that he was grooming me for homosexual sex.’

On one occasion, Jones allowed a friend to display gay porn on Jacobson’s computer, according to the EEOC report.

‘In 2014, The CEO of the company, Alex Jones, allowed his friend Shane Steiner into my office to display on my computer with images of gay pornography,’ Jacobson said, adding that he made a formal complaint to the human resources department.

He continued: ‘I believe this action was a continuation of the intimidation and sexual harassment in that he was grooming me for homosexual sex.’

The Daily Mail reports, “The abuse got so bad that one member of staff photoshopped Jacobson’s face on to the image of an Orthodox Jew under the words ‘THE JEWISH INDIVIDUAL DEMANDS YOUR HOT TOPICS’ and printed it out for all to see.”

Rob Jacobson who was fired in 2017, is planning to sue Alex Jones for discrimination, harassment, and unfair dismissal, in addition to his EEOC complaint.

Alex Jones responded to the allegations on his radio show, stating “it never happened.”