OWS Website Bans Alex Jones “Conspiracy Theories”

By Kurt Nimmo

OccupyWallSt.org will ban people from posting on their forum if they “spam” the political philosophy of Alex Jones or David Icke, according to the website’s posting guidelines:

Conspiracy theories, including any attempt to spam material by David Icke, Lyndon LaRouche, David Duke or Alex Jones, will be removed immediately and the spammer will receive a swift global network ban. Fascist propaganda (including any attempt to spam these four people again), will be treated with the similar actions. In that we are very specific about what fascism is: the word has a meaning.

OccupyWallSt.org bills itself as “the unofficial de facto online resource for the growing occupation movement happening on Wall Street and around the world,” according to the site’s “About” page.

It operated out of the Zuccotti Park encampment in Lower Manhattan, provided live video streams, and a “steady flow of updates on Twitter, and Tumblr” as well as Skype sessions with other demonstrators, according to Wikipedia.

This is not the first time the OWS crowd has attempted to exclude and silence those who do not agree with their collectivist message. In October, journalist Adam Kokesh was told he could not film an OWS “consensus” meeting held in a public park.

Alex Jones has consistently pointed out that Obama is a puppet of Wall Street, Goldman Sachs and the offshore bankers, a message the OWS crowd apparently does not want to hear as it calls forwealth redistribution at gunpoint and more government. Many OWS supporters want to reward Obama with a second term and believe all our problems are the fault of Republicans.

Alex Jones and much of the alternative media have criticized the OWS movement for its socialist leanings, its tendency to support establishment Democrat political palliatives, and its apparent inability to understand the real threat to America — the Federal Reserve monetary system and the effort by a small global elite to establish a totalitarian world government and a central banking system.

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