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Ring the bells! Storm the gates! Raise the flags! And spread the word over the mainstream, fascist-controlled media!

Friday, Oct. 26, Alex Jones, Austin's greatest freedom fighter, radio-show host, filmmaker, and "speculative historian" (my term; copyright pending) is releasing his latest movie, Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement, on his website,

Last month, Jones premiered Endgame at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, and I was one of the lucky few who got to be there to listen to that great man talk about the one-world government and its secret plans to subvert democracy through eugenics experiments, nefarious new transportation control grids, and state-sponsored terrorism.

Drinking, eating, movies, and the death of liberty: What a night it was!!!

The film itself is 2½ hours of cinematic gold (though sure to be overlooked by the Bohemian Grove-bankrolled Academy Awards committee). Did you know the U.S. government steals the uteruses out of Native American women? Or that the global elite have a plan to develop themselves into a race of superbeings capable of exploring space at will while keeping the rest of us here on Earth to act as guinea pigs in their organ-harvesting experiments? Or that Ottawa is the capital of Canada?

When the film was over, I grabbed my bag, put my shoes back on, and headed off to the library. With Jones' words still echoing in my heart (and my ears: The man speaks so loudly they were ringing for three days. Oh, sweet buzz of truth! Oh, glorious tinnitus of freedom!), I coerced a librarian into leading me to the secret chambers underneath the Faulk Central branch of the Austin Public Library, and in those catacombs I discovered some harsh realities I can no longer turn a blind eye to, "coincidences" and "serendipities" too terrifying to ignore, assaults on our liberty too brazen to abide.

For your enlightenment, and for the sake of our great democracy, I reprint some of them here:

Microsoft was started as a front for IBM's eugenics research. Chairman Bill Gates, the son of the former head of Planned Parenthood (itself a cover organization for a vast, worldwide sterilization conspiracy that provides secret support for China's one-child policy) started his "charitable" Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to eradicate the world's population through forced vaccination and bioterrorism.

Gates is friends with rock star Bono.

U2 is Dick Cheney's favorite band; they even played at his grandson's bar mitzvah.

The Rothschild family, who illegally took over the British economy during the 19th century and later used the money to fund the Nazi Party, started World War I as a practical joke.

Paul Wolfowitz is not only the former head of the World Bank, the chief architect of George Bush's illegal Iraq war, and a prominent member of the ultrasecretive elitist cabal the Bilderberg Group; he's also a self-described "lousy dancer."

Zac Efron and Jessica Simpson are actually the same person. That person is Ahmad Chalabi.

Chilling stuff, I know, but I felt it was my duty as an American to share it with you.

One quick side note directed at the proprietors of the Alamo Drafthouse: Don't think we in the movement don't know what you're up to. Those "waiters" of yours aren't waiters at all. They're agents of the Global Elite sent to distract viewers from the life-changing power of Jones' words with carefully timed offers of white pizzas and curly fries. Insidious, Alamo Drafthouse! Insidious and shameful! Insidious, shameful, and delicious! I demand to see a list of your board of directors.

(Also, "9/11 Was an Inside Job" T-shirts are now available at Jones' website, yours for a special sale price of $12.95 to $13.95. Buy one today before the New World Order throws you and your family into a work camp.)

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Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement, Alex Jones

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