Bat Shit Crazy Alex Jones – Thinks About Killing and Eating His Neighbors?


Wait, What?

Cristal M Clark 

Has anyone seen the news about Alex Jones, who we all already know is bat shit crazy but he has announced that he has been eyeing his neighbors and sees himself killing then snacking on them. 

Here’s what Alex had to say on a recent show he aired:

“You think I like sizing up my neighbor, how I’m gonna haul him up by a chain? Chop his ass up? I’ll do it. My children aren’t going hungry, I’ll admit it. I will eat my neighbors … I’m just gonna be honest … I’m literally looking at my neighbors now going ‘Am I ready to hang them up and gut them and skin them and chop them up?’ and you know what, I’m ready … I’ll eat my neighbors … I’ll eat your ass, I will.


Note to self, be sure that you never move in next to that nut case. That’s ummm pretty fucked up. The guy isn’t going to wither away and die anytime soon, has anyone seen how fat he’s gotten? He could stand to lose a few pounds. 

Alex has always been more of the doom and gloom type, spreading deranged and outrageous conspiracy theories such as,  mass shootings didn’t really happen, they were staged by the government, my personal favorite was that the FBI somehow staged 911 and employed actors to play the parts of victims, family members of victims, someone remind me to send of my resume to the FBI. 

Alex has also recently been dethroned on social media platforms for peddling disinformation, lies and outrageous claims and conspiracy theories. I would not exactly call this all a fall from grace for Alex but rather a delusional, mentally deranged downward spiral. 

The sad fact here is that in just a few years before 2016 Alex started to become a bit crazy, like a screw fell out somewhere along the way, by the time 2016 rolled around it became evident that while the rest of us ignored this lunatic, he had quietly been amassing a large audience, and that audience clung onto everything the man peddled. Trust me on that, I met some of the 9/11 folks and I am telling you you cannot win an argument with sheer crazy+stupid. You just can’t. 


In August of 2018, Facebook, Apple, YouTube, and Spotify had removed Alex’s beloved InfoWars content from their sites. Apple kicked him off of  iTunes a week later. Vimeo, Mailchimp, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter all followed. Which as you can tell by his recent comments he has not been dealing with in a healthy way mentally. 

To be fair, all of those platforms that gave Alex the boot did the right thing, people and I am talking about normal people who were sick of his bullshit rantings pushed for that. The guy spread hate, he wanted to see this nation torn apart, wanted to see race wars, killing and just utter archaic violence. The rest of us would really like to see everyone just evolve past that but, Alex just kept pushing. 

Now because he refuses to take medication and seek the help of some mental health therapy, his brand is falling deeper than ever into the rabbit hole, as it should. 

His comments about eating his neighbors, well Alex has been attempting to attach himself to the recent protests surrounding statewide lockdowns, he is pushing his views again that quarantine is an existential threat to American freedom that will shut down our food supply and lead us to apocalypse. And that my friends is a pretty dangerous view to take. Anyone and I mean anyone who shares that point of view should be closely monitored by law enforcement because those individuals actually do want to see a war here at home start. 

And someone needs to put a finality to Alex Jones and his rantings by shutting him down from any open airwave. Period. The man is a danger to the sanctity of society and a completely deranged lunatic. 

Cristal M Clark

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Cannibalistic teen found eating dead man’s face had issues with mental illness


According to his behavior and to the journal that he kept

19 year old Austin Harrouff, the young man who murdered a couple then proceeded to eat part of the murdered man’s face actually wrote in his journal about having issues with anxiety.

According to his family, he often spoke to himself, believed that he had some sort of special powers, had been sent to save people and according to the FBI toxicology report, he had no detectable hallucinogens in his system at the time of the murders.

He has plead not guilty, which is to be expected.

While his case may be incredibly disturbing, what I find even more disturbing is the fact that his family appears to have known something was deeply wrong with this young man prior to his crime.

Leading up to the crime, his family described his odd behavior for investigators. Some of the behavior included telling his mother that he had special powers, was attempting to drink cooking oil, stated that he had become immortal, had the power to unlock doors and claimed to be half human/half animal.  

He uploaded a YouTube video prior to the murders where he describes his mental agony, stating that he had both “psycho side and a normal side. I’ve lost my mind, help me find it.”

The 19th Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office released hundreds of documents in the case on Wednesday, many of the documents were Austin’s writings, where he further describes his mental anguish.

“Do you know what it feels like to be so afraid to speak? Becoming a bully ‘cause all the bullies bullied me, fuck man, I just wanted to be accepted. The anxiety I feel inside feels like I internally bleed.”

Clearly, leading up to the crime he was suffering a great deal from a mental illness and cannibalism has long been considered a form of schizophrenia, which can cause hallucinations and delusions when the reasons for it are other than survival or ritual.


Austin’s case truly brings into question holding someone accountable who is mentally insane during the commission of his/her crime.

We must carefully consider if he is found competent to stand trial is he truly competent?

Individuals who suffer from mental illnesses such as schizophrenia have moments of clarity that can last days, weeks, months and even years and at the same time have no recollection of a crime they might have committed.

That said, prison would not be a solution for Austin, however I agree that he could not be living on his own in his condition currently and for the foreseeable future.

I do believe however, that his parents should face some form of punishment for the simple fact that they knew something was wrong with this young man and did absolutely nothing to help him.

They above anyone else, could have started a chain of events that would have prevented the deaths of John Stevens and Michelle Mischon.

One phone call could have prevented this tragedy and Austin’s parents neglected to make that call.

Austin’s parents are not the victims but rather the enablers because he lived in the home, they carried a responsibility to him as well to the community.

They neglected that responsibility and their own son.

Cristal M Clark

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