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Alex Jones: BBC Disrupted by Conspiracy Theorist on Bilderberg Conference

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Alex Jones speaks to the media outside the Grove Hotel in Watford, where The Bilderberg Group summit meeting is being held, June 6, 2013.

By    |   Monday, 10 Jun 2013 10:18 AM

Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist and radio show host behind Infowars.com, dominated a BBC television broadcast Sunday resulting in the show's host eventually telling him to "shut up" and calling him an "idiot."

The interview was on the recent Bilderberg Conference held last Thursday at the Grove hotel in Watford, England.

An annual private conference of influential people from North America and Europe where guests discuss world issues, Jones and other conspiracy theorists believe the Bilderberg Conference constitutes a sinister plot to control and manipulate people around the world.

The show began with a BBC clip of protestors at the Bilderberg Conference, where we see Jones leading several dozen individuals with a loudspeaker as a ventriloquist and man dressed in a clown outfit voice dire warnings about the goings on within the secretive conference.

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Throughout the interview, Jones sporadically interrupts the host – legendary British journalist Andrew Neil, with whom he trades multiple insults, and repeatedly refused to allow the other guest, British columnist David Aaronovitch, to speak.

The conspiracy theorist began the show by accusing the Bilderberg of being behind the launch of the Euro, which "was actually a Nazi German plan to take over countries economically," Jones contends.

"It is the ultimate lobbying meeting . . . We have forced them from cover to admit that they are puppeteers above the major parties" Jones claims.

Jones was then challenged by Aaronovitch, who asked Jones why if they were as powerful as he claimd they were would then they allow him to have the platform he has through his millions of radio listeners and tens of millions who watch his online podcasts.

Jones answered by saying that he was threatened and harassed in the past by unnamed individuals who did not want him to continue his reporting on Bilderberg, adding that if something had happened to him it would bring "turn him into a martyr" and bring attention to his theories.

Reacting to Jones frequent outbursts, the show's host Andrew Neill told him to "shut up" adding, "you're the worst person I have ever interviewed" while telling viewers "we have an idiot on the program today."

Jones answered with a drawn out screaming tirade.

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"Hey Listen, I'm here to warn people!" Jones exclaimed. "You keep telling me to shut up! This isn't a game! Our government in the U.S. is building Fema camps! You have an [inaudible] where they disappear people now. You have this 'arrest for public safety life in prison.'"

As Neil concluded the show, Jones yelled: "Liberty is rising! Freedom will not stop! You will not stop freedom! You will not stop the republic! Humanity is awakening! Infowars.com!"

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Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist and radio show host behind Infowars.com, dominated a BBC television broadcast Sunday resulting in the show's host eventually telling him to "shut up" and calling him an "idiot."
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