As it is, it just seems to me a flimsy idea, with little or no supporting evidence, except the resemblance between the two. Besides I am not sure that you could really recycle one Bill Hicks into a credible Alex Jones, even if it is all an act. Wouldn't be easier to recruit a new loyal collaborator, than expect this complete intellectual transformation from someone?bostonterrierowner wrote:Jones doing "funny " voices is just miserable , you are right NoHo Maybe thats the part of a cover?
I do believe that, say, one agent "Jim Morrison" faked his own death to put an end to his mission at the right moment: harder to believe that after this the rock-and-roll star went on to become an actor or a radio personality or a TV writer. It is probably easier to imagine him out of the spotlight, enjoying some form of controlled retirement.
So if Bill Hicks was some sort of agent, it is possible that his death (quite an undramatic, non-psyop death at that) was really faked and that he just got out of the way. Harder to believe that they risked putting him on the stage again in some other incarnation.
That said, if this attention to his case can help us understand where a figure like Alex Jones came from, who really supports him, who trained him, who he is working for, then it certainly can be useful stuff to discuss.
In the "Truthers and shills" forum, though, not here...