August 24, 2007

What is an Agent Provocateur?

11/4/07 UPDATE
WEBSITE: Exposing Agent Provocateurs

VIDEO: Alex Jones exposed by the late William Cooper (source)



8/23/07
According to Wikipedia, "An agent provocateur (plural: agents provocateurs French language, 'inciting agent') is a person who secretly disrupts a group's activities from within the group. Agents provocateurs typically represent the interests of another group, or are agents directly assigned to provoke unrest, violence, debate, or argument by or within a group while acting as a member of the group." (continued)

It is a known fact that the Christian community at every level has been infiltrated by agents provocateurs who are purposely wanting to provoke Christians to violence. Why? One reason ultimately is to provoke believers to do something that will hurt others and cause them to loose their salvation - quite a serious concern indeed!

Check out this video from a recent Canadian news program about 3 Canadian agents provocateurs who are policemen dressed as protesters in an attempt to start a riot. The mission, had it succeeded, would be a perfect pretext for riot-police to beat peaceful activists.

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VIDEO UPDATE

EXAMPLES OF 'CHRISTIAN' AGENTS PROVOCATEURS:
Alex Jones
Jack McLamb
'Pastor' Butch

THE RIGHT TO TAKE UP ARMS? OR THE PRIVILEGE OF TAKING UP THE CROSS?


May the Truth be revealed, may the lies be exposed, may the church awaken from deception, may souls be saved, and may God's will be done on earth as it is in heaven I pray in the name of my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


October 7, 2009 UPDATE
Noticed the above video is not up any longer, so found this one:


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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I listen to Alex Jones almost everyday, and I don't understand why you refer to him as an agent provocateur...why do you call him this? Any articles you'd refer me to? I'm not a spammer, I am really curious as to why you think this. I can leave an e-mail address if you want to just send me some links on e-mail, or post here, either way would be fine...thanks~

11/7/07, 1:48 PM  
Blogger Cathy said...

Anyone who claims to be a Christian like Alex Jones does should not be ranting and raving, encouraging folks to take up arms.

He is a plant to provoke people, esp Christians, to get violent. This is NOT what the Scriptures teach nor what the Lord Jesus Christ did.

To read/see more, go to www.thebereanchronicles.com and scroll down to Exposing Agent Provocateurs.

May the truth be revealed, may the lies be exposed, may the church wakeup and may souls be saved I pray in Jesus name!

11/7/07, 9:56 PM  
Anonymous Conspiracy Researcher said...

I fully agree that Alex Jones is some sort of provocateur - I write about it myself - but I can't imagine why you would put William Cooper's video on a Christian blog. Did you ever read Bill Cooper's book Behold a Pale Horse? He denies the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ in that book! As a Christian who believes the Word of God, that means that I do not trust the man.

I used to like Alex Jones, but I now have no doubt in my mind that he is there to provoke Christians to extremism, or at least give the false left-right opposition a mouthpiece which they can point to and say, "See, Christians are crazy and violent." In fact, all popular conspiracy sites serve this purpose and much much more, although they may not even realize it sometimes themselves (I don't believe the conspiracy is carried out entirely by flesh and blood, but by the Enemy spoken of in the Holy Bible). Most conspiracy forums are places designed to psychologically manipulate disgruntled victims of society towards incitement, and to throw souls into despair and lead them away from Christ, and some do it knowingly and in conjunction with agencies, groups, and even spiritual powers (like GLP and its connections with Tavistock and psychological operations).

I applaud your effort to warn others about Alex Jones, but I strongly disagree with William Milton Cooper and those who try to lead Christians down his ungodly path. Alex Jones is allowed to speak, by the powers that be, because he is supposed to be speaking and stirring up Christians, and even others. He provides just enough information that we know what the problem is, and then tells us the only solution is to buy his products. The man is out to make himself money, and the devil is using his greed as a means to use him to be a mouthpiece for Satan's plans and Satan's purpose, which is to incite Christians, or at least make it look like there is reason to believe Christians are the "new terrorists."

A slow, deliberate, and responsible reading of the letters written in the Bible, especially the epistles of Peter and Jude will quickly show that the apostles and the early church dealt with inciters and haters of earthly government - it is written all throughout and warned against. Satan is just using the same old tricks!

We do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but Alex Jones and others would have us believe we do. The Bible tells us that the spiritual battle rages in the mind, and Satan loves to twist Scripture, hence "There is a war on for your mind" is used by condemned souls to indicate a war of flesh and blood, and not the true spiritual war taking place all around us.

With Love in Christ

9/9/11, 4:18 PM  
Blogger Cathy Palmer said...

No, I have not read William Cooper's book so do know his theology. I'm not endorsing him; just found his comments about Alex Jones insightful.

My continued prayer is that the Truth be revealed, the lies be exposed, the deceived wake-up, the sinner repent, the lost get saved and the LORD Jesus Christ be glorified.

Cheers & blessings,
Cathy

9/9/11, 4:37 PM  
Blogger Cathy Palmer said...

Regarding William (Bill) Cooper, I just listened to one of his radio shows from Oct 10, 1999, on JFK Jr's death and near the end (49 min) Cooper says he is a Christian. Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_lP3hdOSsw

10/5/11, 6:00 AM  

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