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Paul Joseph Watson

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Paul Joseph Watson
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Watson in 2013
Born Sheffield, England
Nationality British
Other names PJW, Paul Watson, Paul J. Watson
Occupation Journalist, writer, editor
Years active 2002–present
Employer Alex Jones

Paul Joseph Watson (born in Sheffield)[1][2], also known as PJW, is a YouTube personality and radio host based in London, England.[3][4][5][6] He is the editor of and a contributor to Infowars’ talk radio programme The Alex Jones Show, where he occasionally either hosts or co-hosts instead of or with Alex Jones.

Political stance

Watson has been called one of the “right-wing commentators of the digital age”.[7] He has previously described himself as a libertarian, and supported Ron Paul in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. In a 2016 tweet, he said he no longer considered himself a libertarian because Gary Johnson “made the term an embarrassment.”[8] In a post to Facebook in November 2016, Watson described himself as being a member of the “New Right,” which he considers to be distinct from the alt-right.[9] Watson has also referred to himself as a conservative, and he considers modern day conservatism to be a counter-cultural movement.[10] Watson, while criticising Islam in the context of terrorism, has been accused of inciting hatred against Muslims.[11] In a YouTube video, he described Islam as “an intolerant, radical, extremist belief system” and stated that rape “is the culture of Islam”.[12] Although he endorsed Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, Watson declared in an April 6, 2017 tweet he was “officially OFF the Trump train” following the president’s decision to launch missile strikes on Syria in response to a gas attack several days earlier, believing Trump had reneged on his promise to not intervene in Syria. However, he subsequently denied he had “turned on Trump” after noting a decrease in Twitter followers [13]. He declared in a separate tweet he would shift his focus on ensuring far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen was elected in the 2017 election.[14]

In the media

In 2016, he became known for being an early proponent of the conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton suffers from numerous serious medical conditions. Watson’s part in the manufacture and popularization of the rumour was covered in the mainstream media as part of a discussion of the role of rumour and conspiracy theory in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.[15][3][16]

In February 2017, he offered via Twitter to pay any journalist who thinks Sweden is safe to visit the country and stay in the ‘crime ridden migrant suburbs’ of Malmö.[6][17] Many journalists took him up on the offer,[18][17] and Watson chose New York journalist and videographer Tim Pool, who was already planning a similar investigation.[19] Watson provided $2000 USD to Pool for the trip.[19][17] Tim Pool also ran a fundraiser to fund an investigation into other ‘no-go zones’ in other areas of Sweden and Europe.[19]


Watson was born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire,[20][21] where he grew up on a council estate.[2] In a November 2016 interview with The Tab, he described his adolescence as “not particularly conventional”, and said that he exercised for three hours each day and did not drink alcohol.[22] As of November 2016, he lives in the London neighbourhood of Battersea.[21][23]


  1. Jump up^ “An interview with Paul Joseph Watson”. The Tab Sheffield. 2016-11-07. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
  2. ^ Jump up to:a b Macbain, Hamish (1 March 2017). “Are these the faces of London’s young ‘alt-right’?”. Evening standard magazine.
  3. ^ Jump up to:a b Cheadle, Harry (26 August 2016). “How Conspiracy Theories About Hillary Clinton’s Health Went Mainstream”. Vice.
  4. Jump up^ “Britain’s extremist bloggers helping the ‘alt-right’ go global, report finds”. The Guardian. Retrieved 16 February 2017.
  5. Jump up^ “The alt-right’s take on Clinton’s speech: Botched, but legitimizing”.
  6. ^ Jump up to:a b UGC and Social News team. “Alt-right editor challenges journalists to visit Sweden”.
  7. Jump up^ “Examining the Right Wing British Blowhards Using YouTube to ‘Prove Everybody Wrong’ – VICE”.
  8. Jump up^ Lynch, Conor (23 December 2016). “Donald Trump and the libertarians: Why have so many people who claim to love freedom embraced a strongman?”. Salon.
  9. Jump up^ Pearce, Matt. “The ‘alt-right’ splinters as supporters and critics agree it was white supremacy all along”.
  10. Jump up^ Walter, Damien (18 February 2017). “There’s a very simple reason why the alt-right is not the new counterculture”. The Independent.
  11. Jump up^ “Anti-immigration politicians link London attack to migrant policy”. The Guardian.
  12. Jump up^ “The Truth About Islam”. YouTube.
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  15. Jump up^ Jamieson, Amber (26 August 2016). “Conspiracy central: the activists painting Clinton as a sick, terrorist-friendly killer” – via The Guardian.
  16. Jump up^ Collins, Ben (9 August 2016). “‘Is Hillary Dying’ Hoax Started by Pal of Alex Jones”.
  17. ^ Jump up to:a b c Roden, Lee (21 February 2017). “Far-right editor’s offer to pay travel costs to ‘crime-ridden Malmö’ backfires as dozens accept”. The Local Sweden.
  18. Jump up^ Bowden, George (20 February 2017). “Paul Joseph Watson’s Twitter Offer For Journalist Trip To Sweden Spectacularly Backfires”. Huffington Post.
  19. ^ Jump up to:a b c Bowden, George (21 February 2017). “Paul Joseph Watson Comes Good On Twitter Offer To ‘Investigate Malmo, Sweden, Crimes'”. Huffington Post.
  20. Jump up^ “Paul Joseph Watson on Twitter”.
  21. ^ Jump up to:a b “An interview with Paul Joseph Watson”. 7 November 2016.
  22. Jump up^ Worswick, Marie-Elise (7 November 2016). “Meet the pro-Trump YouTuber from Sheffield who’s impacting the U.S. Election”. The Tab.
  23. Jump up^ Hyde, Marina (9 February 2017). “The next Celebrity Big Brother? It’ll be alt-right on the night”. Guardian.

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I have said it once and I will say it again, and again and again: Trump is the real, actual, literal reincarnation of the impetuous, bull-in-a-china-shop General George Patton, and he better watch out he does not end up like him, too!










Jill Holod
Jill Holod If Patton had acted any differently than he had, would he still have been Patton, even if it got him killed? The same for JFK, and now, possibly, Trump?
Peter Carmody
Peter Carmody I have always thought this, too. JFK, and Patton telegraphed their agenda. Hopefully, Trump can achieve the destruction of Kazari hegemony before they can harm him. Patton is my greatest American hero.
John de Nugent
John de Nugent Patton wrote his wife and others he was going to completely retire from the Army and go home and awaken the American people that the Germans were not our real enemy after all, but the Khazars and the Soviets. As a war hero, and charismatic and flamboyant personality (just like Trump) he would have gotten a YUGE audience. So they “accidented” him.
Michael Geberhardt
Michael Geberhardt I just say Jews but ((())) still works
Michael Geberhardt replied · 2 Replies
John de Nugent
John de Nugent Both six-foot-two, small, blue-gray eyes, wide shoulders, high, raspy voice, pugnacious spirit, always in aggressive attack mode, plus the facial similarity is stunning.
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John de Nugent
John de Nugent I grew up in these same circles of wealth and private schools, and my own father had to dance around the Jewish issue. One wrong word, and you are through.
I contend that Trump is a sleeper agent and a closet national socialist, and thus the biggest See More


John de Nugent
John de Nugent A comrade wrote that hopefully the J-Team does not read my analyses. I replied:
John de Nugent
John de Nugent Actually, I am certain the Jews read me “religiously.” 😉 One of my supporters was telling me that of all the friends he calls on his cellphone list, only my number has a mysterious “5” next to it. The J-Team knows exactly what my analysis is of Trump — and of myself. 🙂
Ian DeSantis
Ian DeSantis Why is reincarnation so hard for people to understand?
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John de Nugent
John de Nugent Some people fear anything that they think is zany, or “Hindu and from another race.” OTHERS dislike the law of karma for their own private reasons. 😉 😉 😉
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John de Nugent
John de Nugent They want to get away with shit and then die and never get any punishment.
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Ian DeSantis
Ian DeSantis People who loathe the concept of reincarnation I’ve noticed are obsessed with death and are extremely materialistic and quantify everything numerically.
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John de Nugent
John de Nugent Ian DeSantis And they get off, ego-wise, on looking down on us benighted and superstitious “believers.”
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Ian DeSantis
Ian DeSantis Exactly.
Ian DeSantis
Ian DeSantis They “look down their nose” at us
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John de Nugent
John de Nugent Ian DeSantis “Ego causes suffering.”
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