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The K-Files


Welcome to this latest installment of The K-Files.

Last week saw one of Coast to Coast AM's most outspoken recurring guests detained by Canadian authorities. Alex Jones, The Bulldog himself, was thrown into the pound for a 15 hour interrogation. Or so he says, at least. The noticeably exhausted filmmaker told his side of the story in a first hour interview, but some pretty big questions about the incident still remain. Are the Bilderbergers out to get Alex Jones? Or did he have a role to play in his detention?

You'd better get ready, 'cause here come The K-Files...

:: Special Report ::

Alex Jones has a pretty big mouth. As a fan of his work, I feel comfortable saying so. In fact, I’d say its one of his more outstanding qualities. Some may argue that it is instead his greatest flaw, but his tendency to shout his message from a bullhorn certainly gets him noticed. I can see how this almost over exaggerated enthusiasm can lend credence to some of his detractors and their theories of Jones being a disinformation agent—but it also looks like its getting the filmmaker some unwanted attention from authorities.

Last week, Alex ‘The Bulldog’ Jones made Canadian news after he was detained at the Ottawa airport. He was traveling to Canada in order to cover the Bilderberg conference—an annual meeting of, essentially, the people that rule the world.

For 15 hours, Jones claims, Canadian customs agents abusively interrogated him. In the wake of his ordeal, Jones took to the airwaves on Coast to Coast AM to relay the tale. He tells quite the story, but frankly (coming from a Jones fan) something smells awfully fishy about it.

In his first hour interview on Thursday, June 8, he certainly sounded distressed. He explained that he hadn’t slept in several hours and was exhausted. It was easy to tell. In past appearances, Jones’ raspy, commanding voice used to dominate my feeble radio speakers. In stark contrast, last Thursday’s interview showed us a more docile (dare I say defeated?) Jones. He just wasn’t himself, making it almost depressing to listen to. But pity aside, I’m not completely  sure just what exactly happened to him.

Here’s the story as I’ve come to understand it: While going through a checkpoint at the Ottawa airport, Jones and his crew were red-flagged and sent to some sort of interrogation area for questioning. This is where the news story ends, and Jones’ account begins. According to him, his personal belongings and computer were searched vigorously in an attempt to find petty infractions, such as pornography. However, when nothing incriminating was found, the customs agents proceeded to hound him for hours on end—even goubg as far as to reveal that he was being detained at the request of the Bilderberg conference. Then he claims that the agents came storming in (almost in tears), apologized, and sent him home with one change of clothing.

Could it be he’s really starting to get under the Bilderberger’s skin? I’d like to give the man the benefit of the doubt on this one, but I’m just not sure.

In the press release Bilderberg-bound filmmaker held at airport from the Ottawa Citizen, Jones is quoted as saying, “I want to say, on the record, it takes two to tango. I could have handled it better.”

This makes me a bit suspicious of Jones’ role in his being detained. Seems possible to me that Jones may have been getting in some faces and rattling a few cages, and that’s why he was ultimately detained. Somehow I just don’t see him being the victim of a global conspiracy of humiliation. I think a follow-up interview is in order. Perhaps he can even finally come on for his surprise tell-all that Noory has been holding over our heads.  Maybe kill 2 birds with one stone.


Mere minutes before I was about to post this latest K-Files, George Noory revealed a possible surprise Jones pop in tell-all as described above. He said that the Wednesday 6.14 show being labeled as “TBA” is suspicious, and that we should be ready for something that was hinted at a few months back. Khyron’s got money on Alex Jones coming on for a full show.

:: Dead End ::


Well, that's all for this week. I trust you enjoyed your trip into this shadowy nether-realm known only as the K-Files.

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Keep your eyes peeled for the next  K-Files, arriving sometime next week. Later.

~Khyron, 2006.


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