In the example of Alex Jones being ambushed by the BBC over the Bilderberg meeting in Watford, the internet in the UK was awash with harsh criticisms of Alex Jones. This was clearly the intention of the BBC, and Jones knew exactly what to expect. However, typically the insulting remarks were based solely on Alex Jones performance in front of an overtly smug, Andrew Neil who set the stage for humiliating Jones. Most of the remarks came from people who have never even heard of Alex Jones or infowars, and who won't even bother to research any of the information he referred to. David Aaronovitch's pathetic attempt to sound clever by ridiculing the prospect of Cancer causing drug showed a severe lack of willingness to learn or an opportunity of further research. And, this guy is a journalist. Even if a copy of Edward Haslam's "Dr Mary's Monkey" were shoved in his face or he was introduced to Judyth Vary Baker, this arrogant fool would still be in denial.
Unfortunately, if it can be described as a positive outcome, the result of Alex Jones's performance on the BBC only highlighted how incredibly malleable the Brits are, since they are guided by, "If it's not on the news, it can't be true". Such people are totally oblivious to the programmed routine they subject themselves to each evening. Frighteningly, our children's futures are in the hands of such droids. Although, most of their children probably walk around the whole day wearing earplugs, shutting them out from the world, unaware of their environment, and increasingly avoiding human interaction.