Here's how began his show from yesterday, the day after we debated.
I've got some comments in hindsight with the extended interview/debate with David Duke yesterday that just left me with a weird taste in my mouth.Note: we will put in links so you can hear his comments.
It was just surreal. And I will tell you why I had that take on it… I overall was just not pleased with the outcome…
But I came away with this. And I wouldn't do it because it was disingenuous, but I almost did it. During the breaks out there
He (Duke) looked like a different person. And it was really creeping me out…and during the break he looked very wolfish.
He's a pretty scary guy actually. And I'll hand that to him. He's really an intimidating looking fellow especially when he wasn't playing Mr. Kutsie.
And then I was talking to some business people who are very high-powered here in Austin. I'm not into it last night but they were like "oh yeah David Duke is in business in Austin Texas and blah blah blah" I had no idea how successful this guy is.
There's a lot more than meets the eye with David Duke. I can tell you that.
He must be pretty desperate, what in the world is he talking about, implying I was shape-shifter or something, a subject that has been seriously talked about on his show before.
Then he said about how he wanted to have an intelligent conversation but how I somehow wouldn't permit that.
But are these "intelligent arguments? As for my fantastical business in Austin, I don't think I have bought even a hamburger in the town. More intelligent refutation of my arguments.
He goes on to say that I wouldn't answer his questions. His audience as evidenced by his own blogs apparently thought I answered them completely. His own subscribers were over 90 percent positive of me and at least somewhat if not extremely critical of him.
I think that is because I did answer his questions excellently and he never could make one effective refutation of my naming the tribal ultimate elite in media, politics and finance.
However, thanks to his incredible, my seeming logic and heartfelt words were only my exceptional shape-shifting abilities.
You see I am one the Inter-galactic shape-shifter lizard/wolf people who must be evil because I want to save Western Christian Civilization and the European people who created it. Obviously.
After promoting the great debate for two days and then having me on for over two hours and a half, for some strange reason, the video of his quote "Great Debate" with me has disappeared.
I guess some shape- shifting invisible wolves have slipped in studio and made sure the powerful words of Alex the Great don't reach all of his followers.
A side note:
Only one little carefully chosen snippet was posted by the Jones organization: an 11 minute segment of his house Zionist trying to use some obscure quote out of a book to prove me wrong.
The book cited by the Zio staff member was The Creature from Jekyll Island, written by Edward G. Griffin. He tried to refute my assertion of mass influence in the FED and the predator banks by mentioning a couple of names at the Jekyll Island meeting. He carefully left out the fact that in the book Griffin showed that 3 out the five banking Houses that created the Federal Reserve were 100 percent Jewish: The Warburg, Rothschilds and Jacob Schiff's Kuhn and Leob Co. and that is not counting the many Jews in important positions in the ostensibly the Gentile firms.
The book makes it clear that the driving force behind the banking consortium were in Griffins own words, the "real Daddy Warbucks" who were the world most power bankers the Rothschilds and Warburgs. Moreover he makes it plain the Warburgs were the organizers of the whole.
Odd that the house Zio used Edward G. Griffin to try to prove me wrong when Griffin himself has been condemned just as I have, as an anti-Semite for saying the Protocols of Zion accurately describes the world of today. The protocols argue that there is a Jewish conspiracy to dominate the world including banking. Here is a quote form the of April 6, 2011 in an article pointing that Griffin, the author of The Creature From Jekyll Island. was an anti-Semite who saw Jewish Supremacism as the greatest threat to mankind and the power behind the New World Order.
"This vile turn for Beck reached its logical extreme two weeks ago, when he devoted his entire show to a conspiracy theory about various bankers, including the Rothschilds, to create the Federal Reserve. To make this case, Beck hosted the conspiracy theorist G. Edward Griffin, who has publicly argued that the anti-Semitic tract “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion” “accurately describes much of what is happening in our world today.” [Washington Post, How Glen Beck Lost it]
Griffin’s Web site dabbles in a variety of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, including his view that “present-day political Zionists are promoting the New World Order.”
Why didn't Jones' Jewish producer not mention this well-known fact when tried to use Griffin's book to prove that Jews weren't the primary power behind the Federal Reserve, which Griffin himself said repeatedly. Pretty deceitful, huh?
Even that short video clip posted on Jones' site went down the memory hole when they finally realized that it did them no good and actually validated my points.
Maybe Jones isn't responsible for the fact the debate with me is now missing in action. Perhaps it was his producer, the Zionist Jacobson who rushed in trying to save Jones and Zionism in the end, who deleted the video.
But, ironic isn't it when a Zionist Jew rushes in and tries to deflect a sword of truth about Jewish power. Not one of his non-Jewish fellow staff members felt any need to do so. I think that they, like all the listeners were fascinated by what I had to say.
I hope you are too, because these truths are essential for your freedom, your heritage and your very survival!
Your friendly Shape-shifting white wolf,
Dr. David Duke