Camp homosexual internment
Frankly, a real NWO transporting him from lunatic asylum to radio show in order to cast doubt on conspiracy theories doesn't seem so crazy.
Indeed, some fellow conspiracists believe this to be the case.
On the bright side, it has an excellent parody website, Truth Bang.net: "The truth, but louder." Prison Planet is a fake news website operated by Alex Jones.
The site takes an almost overwhelmingly negative stance towards all recent presidents and regards all government and corporations with a suspicious and twitching eye.
For example, the site claimed that the number of volcanoes erupting was massively over average, that the planet was becoming less "stable", and that much of the world had entered into a time of immense earthquakes — and scientists don't know why.
Alex Jones relies on the paranoia of a dystopian future, and promotes it through Prison Planet's blog, his radio show and his online store.
The blog features articles that instill fear of vaccination, Very little of this is actually based in reality, and in most cases, small statements of truth are projected into full-blown paranoia. He needs lots of money to impart his nuggets of wisdom to you.
Because of his belief that these corporations are part of the NWO as well, he promotes all sorts of alternative medicine and nature woo.
Jones is also a prolific filmmaker of direct-to-DVD films on various conspiracy topics, all done in much the same style as his radio program and all are available on Youtube or Google Video.Notoriously hard-to-place ideologically (though clearly located to the right on most topics), Jones' views amount to some kind of high-powered mutant hybrid of libertarianism/paleoconservatism/evangelicalism/neoreaction/miscellaneous.