Alex Jones and Stratfor

George Friedman, the Jewish Zionist founder and CEO of Stratfor

Episode #279 – InfoWars Hires Former Analyst of CIA-Front Stratfor – Molly Maroney, Infowars Editor-In-Chief

The Global Intelligence Files

LONDON—Today, Monday 27 February, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files – more than five million emails from the Texas-headquartered “global intelligence” company Stratfor. The emails date from between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the inner workings of a company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal’s Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defense Intelligence Agency. The emails show Stratfor’s web of informers, pay-off structure, payment-laundering techniques and psychological methods,

The emails also expose the revolving door that operates in private intelligence companies in the United States. Government and diplomatic sources from around the world give Stratfor advance knowledge of global politics and events in exchange for money. The Global Intelligence Files exposes how Stratfor has recruited a global network of informants who are paid via Swiss banks accounts and pre-paid credit cards. Stratfor has a mix of covert and overt informants, which includes government employees, embassy staff and journalists around the world.

The material shows how a private intelligence agency works, and how they target individuals for their corporate and government clients.

The Stratfor emails reveal a company that cultivates close ties with US government agencies and employs former US government staff. It is preparing the 3-year Forecast for the Commandant of the US Marine Corps, and it trains US marines and “other government intelligence agencies” in “becoming government Stratfors”. Stratfor’s Vice-President for Intelligence, Fred Burton, was formerly a special agent with the US State Department’s Diplomatic Security Service and was their Deputy Chief of the counterterrorism division. Despite the governmental ties, Stratfor and similar companies operate in complete secrecy with no political oversight or accountability. Stratfor claims that it operates “without ideology, agenda or national bias”, yet the emails reveal private intelligence staff who align themselves closely with US government policies and channel tips to the Mossad – including through an information mule in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, Yossi Melman, who conspired with Guardian journalist David Leigh to secretly, and in violation of WikiLeaks’ contract with the Guardian, move WikiLeaks US diplomatic cables to Israel.

Molly Maroney, the managing editor of Infowars Magazine

Molly Maroney, the managing editor of Infowars Magazine

Here is Molly Maroney’s LinkedIn page:

Molly Maroney
Managing Editor | Graphic Designer at Infowars Magazine
Austin, Texas (Austin, Texas Area) | Design

Molly Maroney’s Experience

Managing Editor | Graphic Designer
Infowars Magazine
July 2012 – Present (9 months)

Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Information Services industry
October 2009; January 2011 (1 year 4 months)

Parker Media, LLC
January 2010 – July 2010 (7 months)

Alex Jones admits in the following video that he has hired several Stratfor interns as employees:

61 thoughts on “Alex Jones and Stratfor
  • Anonymous says:

    heres an idea, tell the ppl the truth in the most aggressive, angry, psychotic way; so they think its not the truth. that way they label the rest who believe the truth complete lunatics. classic move here using your enemies weapons against themselves.

    • Anonymous says:

      It seems very possible. We will probably never know for sure if he is calculated government intelligence (Or some other major power or money center) crazy or just crazy. I’ve never met anyone like Alex Jones, crazy or not cra…….actually everyone living in the west is crazy, but anyway, I lean in the direction that he is not what he seems, whatever that is (maybe just to sell products and make money), partially because he doesn’t act like a real person. I’ve seen it said that if that is so then he would be an unbelievably great actor to a degree that is unreal and beyond any mans scope, but all of these modern media radio celebrities take on a persona and when you do radio the repetition of it all means you can settle into your role in a very slow and casual way. If your role is to be kooky, that makes the role even easier to play because it gives you a very open set of rules for your persona. I think that pretending to act like a crazy person is probably the easiest archtype for an actor to take on. Even terrible actors can be convincing as a crazy person because things like smiling at inappropriate times and flip flopping your opinions is just gonna add ammo to the role.

  • Anonymous says:

    y se escucharan guerras y rumores de guerra y nadie sabra que esta ocurriendo.
    eso es lo que esta pasando.

  • Anonymous says:

    Alex is wrong. You are awesome. You have proved a lot. Thanks.

  • To follow any man made of flesh and blood regardless of who he is or what he does is never wise.

  • Robert says:

    Honestly Alex Jones is just very noisy. He has to keep making noise otherwise he has nothing to sell. When there is nothing about, they just exaggerate what is available or just make stuff up.

    Alex Jones news operation is all about conspiracies and without them the channel has nothing to sell. So in order to feed a regular cycle without an intelligence army able to pry into the secrets of corporations and governments, they are forced to fill their pages with something conspiratorial, anything they can basically think of.

    Reality here, is if they were really any good, they would be dead, end of story. The better they were at penetrating the secrets of the global intelligence community, the professionally paranoid, the sooner they would most emphatically eliminate them.

    So strictly speaking reasonable analysts (subject to the actual information they are able to get) but strictly amateurs, forced to feed a news cycle, not just any news but a conspiracy news cycle.

  • Joe Smith says:

    I feel for Alex. Probably half his audience is crazy paranoid.

  • Dan says:

    AJ is most likely bought and paid for by the government to put out such stupid theories that real conspiracies are ignored. He makes them lose credibility.

    • Anonymous says:

      AJ is tied to Fred Burton the Chief Advisor to Stratfor

      • TheZOG says:

        Do you have direct proof of that? It would definitely help.

        Fred Burton is a former U.S. State Dept. intelligence agent, as I’m sure you know.

  • Anonymous says:

    I just wish people would be more honest but i suppose that wouldn’t work out too well.

  • Nun of That says:

    Imagine Government as a Service, with annual Open Enrollment.
    Where would you prefer to live, work, goof off and retire?

  • Shane Savoie says:

    I used to wonder about Jones, but I’ve been convinced for a few years that he’s controlled opposition. He’s got a very predictable shtick that he rarely deviates from. “They’re out to get us! Buy these boner pills, or we’re all going to FEMA camp for the summer!”
    I’m ashamed of my friends that still listen to his half-truths and other bullshit.

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