If you’ve been a reader of PPJG for long enough, you are probably aware of my three-part series of articles on the phony state “sovereignty movement” (see Sovereignty Hypocrisy, Sovereignty Hypocrisy – Part II and Sovereignty Hypocrisy – Part III), but what you may not be aware of, unless you’ve been a frequent reader of the comments sections at Alex Jones’ Infowars.com website is the agenda Jones has to promote this phony “sovereignty movement.”

Since last year, when I personally brought to Infowars’ attention the declaration of sovereignty by Oklahoma (my home state) and Infowars ran with the story two days later (without any thanks to or mention of me, of course), Alex Jones and crew have been trumpeting this “movement” as it developed.

As state after state followed Oklahoma’s lead – often using the exact same verbiage that Oklahoma used in its declaration – Jones had each of these states’ governors and sponsoring representatives on his radio program as guests, where they were not only allowed to give their “sovereignty” propaganda to Alex Jones’ audience, but were praised by Alex Jones as true “patriots.”

The problem, as I have detailed in my articles, is that this so-called “movement” is a ruse designed to placate the masses and to lull the gullible into a state of false security, believing that their respective states are somehow going to save them from the federal colossus when martial law comes.

As I have detailed, all of the states “declaring sovereignty” have FEMA camps within their borders. This includes the latest addition to the sovereignty roster, Alaska, which has five FEMA camps.

In addition, several of the same states have passed laws within the past year or so that facilitate the rise of the police state. Most of this has been in the form of new gun laws that facilitate gun confiscations during martial law, but which are carefully worded to make it seem as if they do the exact opposite. Some don’t even do that, but have been promoted as if they do and the public – which doesn’t bother to read beyond the headlines, much less read the actual laws themselves – has bought into this propaganda.

Furthermore, one week from tomorrow (July 27th) will begin a week long FEMA National Level Exercise (NLE 09) in which Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico and Louisiana will be policed, not only by a coordinated grid of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, but the combined military forces of four foreign nations (Mexico, Canada, the UK and Australia). Oklahoma was the first state to “declare sovereignty.” Louisiana is among the states “declaring sovereignty,” also. Yet, here they are, fully cooperating with this unprecedented event in which foreign troops will be quartered on U.S. soil for the purpose of policing Americans! It is illegal for our own military to do so (under the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878), let alone foreign troops!

The fact is, as I have said before, the police state control grid will be local. It will depend, for its very existence, upon the complete cooperation and participation of every one of the states. There is no way around this.

Given that, it is a very apparent contradiction, then, that these same states would be “rebelling” against the federal government they are cooperating with.

Yet, even when this is pointed out and proof is shown to demonstrate it, most people will stubbornly cling to the idea that somehow these states are seriously declaring sovereignty from the federal government.

Infowars has certainly been no except to this and my personal efforts there to wake up their audience to this has been met with hostility and overt censorship. I have repeatedly attempted to post comments under their articles, complete with links to evidence that supports my contentions, and these comments have been immediately deleted. I would provide you links to them, but the problem is, they’re no longer there!

So, why would Alex Jones stifle any dissent about the “sovereignty movement?” Why would he, for example, immediately cut off a caller to his show who posed the same question about the sovereignty movement that I have, calling the young man who called in someone with a “loser attitude,” yet offering no argument against the man’s position? This happened. I heard it with my own ears. Not only did Jones not state his reason for doing so, but he quickly changed the subject. Why is that? Why won’t Jones and company even allow the discussion of the possibility that the sovereignty movement is phony?

The answer is that he knows it is, but he doesn’t want you to know. Alex Jones has a vested interest in promoting this phony sovereignty movement, and it goes beyond simply wanting to save face for his having promoted it. It is not simply a matter of wanting to avoid having to admit he was wrong about it. He hasn’t admitted so and he never will. Why? Because this phony agenda serves the same goal Jones’ own agenda does: to promote and incite violent rebellion against the United States Government for the purpose of serving as a catalyst for martial law and the ushering in of the full police state grid. That is what the Alex Jones Show exists for. Well, that and making lots of money for Alex Jones and Ted Anderson, the owner of GCN (which is an ABC affiliate).