You can often tell the influence of the enemy by the vagueness of his speech and his distraction techniques. The enemy does not adhere to truth, but he will play off of your own adherence to it, in order to steer you in a direction he desires. He will use all the same language as an earnest supporter of the truth but often purposefully chooses the words with the most malleable meaning to allow an opening for the suggestion of his ulterior motives. There are many ways to do this in the English language. We have discussed particulars before and will do so again.
It was with initial surprise and then full realization that we encountered the "GroundZero" radio program of Clyde Lewis for the first time last night, who makes use of all of the imagery, abrupt speech and excitement of an Alex Jones, but with 1/100th of the substance. If you listen carefully, it is rarely clear if Mr. Lewis fully opposes the malefaction in the subject matter he discusses or if he is simply attempting to look, feel and sound like Alex Jones in order to spin all of his analysis in an unclear direction. The purpose this serves is to capture the same attention as Infowars, and then either tie you up in so much confusion, real action against the progenitors of evil is untenable or the action you do take is misdirected.
This is not to say that Alex himself has all of the answers. But it is to say that all evidence so far suggest that Alex earnestly believes what he is saying and is working in good faith. Whereas, one must always be on guard against those that deal in vagueness, double entendre, and outright deception.