Gun Control: Peirs Morgan, Alex Jones, David Gregory, and Media Chicanery

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Davis M.J. Aurini

Trained as a Historian at McMaster University, and as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian Forces, I'm a Scholar, Author, Film Maker, and a God fearing Catholic, who loves women for their illogical nature.

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9 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I knew someone with brains would come up in my advanced search of AJ after that horseshit tonight. I always suspected he’s on the payroll and there to make truths sound batshit bananas. So I listen to him closely while I can. He’s probably damage control for inevitable leaked or popular truths–if something gets out, it might as well be through him. Rendering the conservative/ liberal or truth/lies debate down to crazy paranoid vs rational liberal. Been watching your videos on youtube for the last two months or so. Great stuff.

  2. I haven’t watched Alex Jones’ on Piers Morgan yet. I saw a status update on Facebook about them supposedly being followed by mafia goons and federal agents. I’ll have to watch it after work.

    One thing I noticed about Alex Jones: he doesn’t have the capability to reason with people who don’t see things his way. I don’t know if he’s just so used to being able to cut people off on his show, or he never developed the ability to debate. Before I stopped listening to his show, he was inviting Obama voters onto his show, then yelling at them and hanging up on them.

  3. ReasonBoy says:

    @Eric Meller

    “Reason” is something that can only be honestly used among us. When dealing with the PC mainstream you need to do as they do- unreason. Do not yield and you’ll beat them. They don’t yield to us by “reason.”

  4. jay says:

    I would say if alex just did things calmly he would be made to look like a bumbling idiot. So being a raving red hot blooded idiot is a better alternatives.

  5. ReasonBoy says:


    he did just fine. calmness is good only among peers, for their viewers a politically incorrect guest who is calm is a pussy.

  6. V10 says:

    I believe in mundane conspiracies. That is, people and organizations lobbying and colluding (legally or illegally) so as to profit in some way. A corporation gets preferential laws. A government agency gets to expand its budget. A celebrity activist gets their ego stroked, and a politician gets campaign funds and votes. Often, one or more of these groups will find their interests coincide, and they will work together to advance each others particular agenda. And therein arises the illusion of a grand conspiracy, vast and intricate and methodically orchestrated in every detail.

    For example, I believe the 9-11 terrorist attack was just that, not some elaborate false flag. That being said, I’ve no doubt that there has been a great deal of cover-up, some out of legitimate protection of intelligence sources, but probably a lot out of simple ass-covering of security failures. Nor is there any doubt that numerous politicians and bureaucracies used 9-11 as an excuse to push their pet projects and expand departmental fiefdoms. There was a tragedy, and people exploited the opportunity. Just like Sandy Hook is being exploited, but it doesn’t mean that Adam Lanza was some kind of Manchurian candidate.

    Aurini, I believe you once accused the media of being driven by narratives. Alex Jones is likewise guilty. There is so much mundane conspiracy and government overreach that he would never lack for reporting material. Forget classified documents and anonymous insiders, it’s right there in budgets and voting records and laws openly passed. To his credit, he often does report on such abuses of power that are right there in the public record, but which otherwise go unreported. His problem is that he so wants to make each of these incidents of corruption part of a bigger picture that fact gets less attention than the sexy fiction it is meant to support.

    His other problem is his tendency to rant, which distracts and detracts. He came prepared to confront Peirs Morgan with solid statistics and arguments to back gun ownership, but instead of building on those, he let his temper get away from him and pull him off into tangential subjects. Passion is important, and kudos to him for not mincing words that assaults on personal freedoms will be resisted bloodily if necessary, but you can’t let those passions rule you. It plays well to the choir, but the goal is to convince the undecided and pragmatic middle.

  7. ReasonBoy says:

    Ranting and raving is what the masses respond to. Statistics are “beta” in the minds of the people. You guys are too smart for this type of stuff, you gotta think of it from the point of view of the audience, Jones bullied Morgan, bullies are cool, end of story.

  8. Bill Brasky says:

    Did you see the treatment Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America got on this cunt’s show?

    Im with the chorus of dissenters here, Canadian.

    This is a WAR. Disarmament is an act of WAR, Canadian.