Infowars Signs On to Neocon Effort to Destroy Iran

Back in July the Trump administration launched a campaign to stir up unrest in Iran as part of an ongoing and intensified push to overthrow the mullahs and replace them with marionettes controlled by the United States. 

The MAGA crowd has jumped on the bandwagon. Trump, caught in his son-in-law’s Zionist voodoo trance, is calling for an overthrow of the Iranian government.

The core American principle of nonintervention, sabotaged at every turn since George Washington’s Farewell Address, is nowhere to be found. Trump toyed with the principle during his campaign—declaring his opposition to the wars in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Afghanistan—but the principle does not apply to Iran, a thorn for so long in Israel’s side. 

Now we have the tawdry spectacle of Infowars and Alex Jones supporting the neocon campaign to destroy Iran. 


On Wednesday, Jones interviewed Seyed Mohammad Hosseini, a little known former Iranian gameshow host, and leader of something called the Restart movement.

Hosseini calls for killing members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and attacking Basij (Iran state militia) bases and government buildings as part of his plan to bring about the collapse of the government.

Hosseini told Bloomberg in January he is seriously pragmatic about killing people in Iran, declaring there will be a violent revolution by any means possible. 

The former gameshow host has used the encrypted messaging app Telegram to call for violence. 

From Daily Beast:

Certain actions carried out by the group, including attacks on government buildings, breaking windows and setting fire to buildings, have attracted huge attention, as has the fact that those responsible for these attacks have scrawled the word “Restart” on their targets. Hosseini has been broadcasting messages to the people of Iran on Telegram, Instagram and other social media platforms since March 2016, urging them to “#restartIran”—and he has expressed hopes his movement will earn the support of the US government.

If it is indeed true Restart has millions of supporters, we can assume the neoliberal color regime folks—what Infowars calls globalist deep state—are assisting Hosseini. 

“Washington spent over $1 million trying to convert the [2017] protests into a push for regime change, and another $20 million on Voice of America’s Persian Service seeking to turn Iranians against the government,” writes Stansfield Smith. 

If you surf over to the Wikipedia page on Hosseini, you will see a photo of him taken during an interview with Voice of America, the propaganda service established by the CIA. 

Is it fair to say Infowars is now a conduit for deep state propaganda and a safe space for violent fantasy neocons? It sure looks that way. Alex Jones, however, has twisted this mess into a convoluted pretzel. The Sufi Hosseini is spreading “1776” populism, according to Jones. He will get rid of the mullahs and rule like the Persian conquer Cyrus.

Alex Jones considers himself a patriot, a constitutionalist, and a libertarian. He’s nothing of the sort. He is neocon-lite. He likes to put images of George Washington on his website while violating a key principle advocated by the first president—avoid entangling alliances with foreign countries. In other words, mind your own business. It would seem neocons are genetically incapable of doing so. 

Once upon a time, Infowars—where I was once an editor—was about shuttering the Federal Reserve, exposing the police state, and restoring the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Now it advocates on behalf of the violent apartheid state Israel, same as Breitbart. 

6 thoughts on “Infowars Signs On to Neocon Effort to Destroy Iran

  1. This is one of the reasons people are leaving Alex Jones. And when you called him out, his staff would censor or block you. He caved in on Sandy Hook, that was an obvious sign he was going to the other side. Another sign was his intro into the mainstream, brought by Hillary Clinton. They didn’t just mention his name because he was a target. Usually they try to ignore you. However, while trying to make him look as a victim, he was actually being welcomed.

    People use that term, “Trump Derangement Syndrome.” Well, there’s also “Trump Delusion Syndrome.” That’s where you think Trump walks on water and will cure all our ills. We’re from AJ’s behavior that something is not right. He’s not being consistent with that which put him on the map.

    What’s he really up to?

  2. Several years ago, I went nuts and discovered some extraordinary things, some of which suggest/implicate some very powerful organizations involved in some very strange bad things. Then I watched AJ act as if he were aware of this hidden context and coordinating with them.

    So I decided to test it with a bunch of crazy but relevant nonsense posted on his site, then watched them exhibit a pattern of the same behavior. Aside from all of the things others have pointed out to suggest a controlled opposition operation, I am seeing something else that essentially confirms it from my perspective. It suggests that, whatever they’re up to, he is working in their interests. Looks like they told on themselves attempting damage control with a bunch of BS.

    I can’t really prove it, nor do I feel I need to. I’m not sure how much I even care, except for that which pertains to me. Whatever they’re doing, I don’t trust it, simply because they’re being shady about it.

  3. Sep 11, 2011 General Wesley Clark: Wars Were Planned – Seven Countries In Five Years

    “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.” I said, “Is it classified?” He said, “Yes, sir.” I said, “Well, don’t show it to me.” And I saw him a year or so ago, and I said, “You remember that?” He said, “Sir, I didn’t show you that memo! I didn’t show it to you!”

    July 23, 2006 Secret 2001 Pentagon Plan to Attack Lebanon

    Bush’s Plan for “Serial War” revealed by General Wesley Clark. “[The] Five-year campaign plan [includes]… a total of seven countries, beginning with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Iran, Somalia and Sudan” (Pentagon official quoted by General Wesley Clark) According to General Wesley Clark–the Pentagon, by late 2001.

    1. “Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.”
      – Rebuilding America’s Defenses, September, 2000

      This is, presumably, in reference to the difficulty Roosevelt had in convincing the American people to support US entry into WW2. Not until the attack on Pearl Harbor did the people have any interest in war. Germany was antagonizing the USA, even to the point of firing on it’s war ships. But the people were still reluctant to support a military campaign. When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, however, it “awoke the sleeping giant”.

      September 11, 1941 – Fireside Chat #18

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