Alex Jones proves it’s impossible to report terror threats because the government has no interest in preventing terror

Paul Joseph Watson

Given the intensity with which the Department of Homeland Security and Janet Napolitano have promoted the “See Something, Say Something” campaign, one would think the federal government would be keen on receiving reports from Americans about potential terror threats. However, numerous calls to the DHS, FBI and the White House prove otherwise – the entire program is a hoax and the feds have no interest in preventing terrorism.


For the past week, both on air and off air, Alex Jones has been trying to alert the federal government to terror threats and on every occasion has been rebuffed and ignored.

On Sunday, Alex called the FBI while hosting his live radio broadcast to report terrorism. During the last half hour of today’s show (MP3 – video to follow), he called the White House and the DHS. On each occasion, the reports were met with ignored phone calls, answer phone messages that didn’t even state who was taking the message, and a complete failure to return any of the calls after messages were left.

After calling the White House a second time in an effort to talk to a real person, the line simply went dead before anyone answered.

In addition, the DHS won’t even provide the number to report terror threats and instead passes the buck to local authorities when asked, as the phone calls made by Alex Jones prove. Jones responded to numbers provided on “See Something, Say Something” flyers, only to be told by a DHS operator as well as a DHS press officer that local law enforcement were responsible for taking reports about terror threats.

Jones then tried to call the local Austin Police Department but was told to call Homeland Security and was then shunted to yet another voicemail machine. On every single occasion, Jones illustrated that it is impossible to report terror threats, proving that the entire mirage of anti-terror apparatus is a complete fraud.

While the DHS sends out multi-million dollar robots to deal with coffee flasks and harmless boxes left on highways, Americans who need to report genuine instances of potential terror are completely stonewalled.

Just like the TSA stood down on the busiest travel day of the year in a crude political stunt to diffuse the effectiveness of the national opt out day protest, Homeland Security’s disinterest in taking reports about potential terrorism underscores the fact that the entire anti-terror set up is about making billions of dollars in public-private partnerships as well as creating a police state in the United States. It has nothing to do with protecting Americans from terrorism.

We invite the media to test the veracity of the point we are making this article by trying themselves to call the DHS, FBI or the White House to report terrorism. They will doubtless run into the same brick wall, proving that the entire “Say Something, See Something” campaign is a hoax that has nothing to do with preventing terrorism and everything to do with creating a chilling atmosphere wherein Americans are afraid to exercise their constitutional right to dissent for fear of being labeled an extremist.