How Did Alex Jones Obtain Video Footage From Inside A Council for National Policy Meeting?

Source: www.roguegovernment.com – By Lee Rogers

The questions surrounding Alex Jones and his many connections to individuals who have been affiliated with the secretive political organization the Council for National Policy continue to go unanswered.  Jones has historically and continues to have individuals who have been members of the Council for National Policy as guests on his show.  Although that in of itself isn’t bad, it is the fact that for many years he decided to whitewash or dodge questions about the Council for National Policy and has conducted softball interviews with many current and former associates of the group.  He has also given many of these people like Paul Craig Roberts, Stan Monteith, Michael Coffman, Larry Pratt, Phyllis Schlafly and other people linked with the group a great deal of credibility.  Jones continues to whitewash the group’s importance within the globalist power structure even after Charlotte Iserbyt a former Assistant Secretary of Education under Ronald Reagan outed the group on his show as a globalist front group.

The Council for National Policy meets in secret three times a year free from any mainstream press coverage.  Members of the group are major power players within the Republican party and include Christian Zionists, politicians, religious figureheads and other people associated with the right wing faction of the U.S. political power structure.  Bob Barr in his book The Meaning Of Is revealed that the plan to impeach Bill Clinton was formulated at a Council for National Policy meeting.  There is little doubt that political agendas of some form are discussed and debated at their meetings.  The fact that they are a 501c3 organization is actually a sick joke.

Due to the fact that press coverage is limited and only a select few news outlets friendly to the group have been allowed any access, it is next to impossible to find any video footage of their meetings.  In fact, in the documentary film Silhouette City the filmmakers actually show up at a Council for National Policy meeting and are refused access.  Even upon request the filmmakers were told that they could not even receive a list of people attending the meeting or any other information pertaining to the group.  Video of the filmmakers trying to get into the group’s meeting can be seen in the below clip.

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With this in mind it was with great surprise that video footage from within a Council for National Policy meeting is actually contained inside an Alex Jones documentary film.  A few weeks ago, Josh Reeves discovered that in the Jones film EndGame 1.5 there is video of Phyllis Schlafly speaking at a Council for National Policy meeting.  This means that either Jones, one of his crew members or somebody friendly to Jones was in attendance.  Whoever shot this footage was not only invited to the Council for National Policy meeting but allowed to film meaning that they have very close connections with the group.  At 1:41:26 in the below embedded video of EndGame 1.5, you will see Schlafly talking in front of a podium that says Council for National Policy.

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Both myself and Josh Reeves have done extensive research into the Council for National Policy and besides what is contained within EndGame 1.5, we have yet to find any other officially sanctioned video taken from inside a Council for National Policy meeting. This of course raises a number of questions as to why he’s the only operation that we know of so far that has obtained video from within one of their meetings. If anybody else knows of any other video footage taken from inside a Council for National Policy meeting, please contact me immediately. Either way, the fact that Jones has obtained this type of footage should raise even more questions about this man’s credibility and the so-called InfoWars operation he is running down in Austin Texas. Is there really any more doubt that this guy is a controlled opposition figure head?

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