If Andrew Bolt rejects the Galileo Movement, what about it’s parton Alan Jones?

Can Alan Jones explain the statements by Malcolm Roberts?

Remember the Galileo Movement, the sad collection of cranks and conspiracy theorists?

Well it seems it’s too extreme for Andrew Bolt who has distanced himself from them: 

Malcolm,

Your conspiracy theory seemed utterly stupid even before I knew which families you meant. Now checking the list of banking families you’ve given me, your theory becomes terribly, shamefully familiar.

Two of the three most prominent and current banking families you’ve mentioned are Jewish, and the third is sometimes falsely assumed to be. Yes, this smacks too much of the Jewish world conspiracy theorising I’ve always loathed.

Again, I insist: remove me from the list of people you claim are prepared to advise you. I’ve never advised you, Malcolm, and would never want to. I am offended to be linked to you.

Andrew Bolt

The question remains: what about the movements patron, Alan Jones?

See Jones speaking for the group in this video.

Here is Jones speaking to Dr. Vincent Gray on his radio show.

Here is Jones speaking to Malcolm Roberts, the man Andrew Bolt just publicly called an anti-Semite.

The movement was also mentioned on Jo Nova’s blog.

We’ve heard a lot about “freedom of the press” lately Mr. Jones, but I think we’d very much like to talk about the responsibility that comes with that.

6 thoughts on “If Andrew Bolt rejects the Galileo Movement, what about it’s parton Alan Jones?

  1. john byatt says:

    Come on mike, why would Jones back out? the prediction was that only cranks would be left.

    • Watching the Deniers says:

      Good point. Then again Jones is a crank – the only difference is that he as a very large audience. The rich like Jones are considered eccentric, while the poor are called crazy.

  2. EoR says:

    Anyone who can’t see the banker-cabal-global-warming-UN links should be put in a chaff bag and dumped far out at sea!

  3. Fred Singer and Richard Lindzen , if only for what the NAZIS did to their relatives, should have been the first to resign as advisors and the loudest at denouncing the Galileo climate deniers as antisemitic conspiracy fanatics.

    Good on Andrew Bolt for doing the right thing and in such tough language.

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