Bilderberg 2012: protesters hail their hero, Alex JonesRadio host from Austin rallies demonstrators with full-throated denunciation of the global elite
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As the demonstrations targeting the Bilderberg conference of international leaders in Chantilly, Virginia, drew to a close on Sunday, dozens of protesters gathered around one man, hoping for a picture or an autograph.
"Alex, what's next?" one protester repeatedly yelled.
"God bless you, Alex," said a number of others, as they stood outside a service entrance to a heavily guarded Marriott.
The object of their adoration was Alex Jones, an Austin, Texas-based radio host and counter-culture icon. A stout man with close-cropped hair, Jones was dressed in denim, his temples soaked with sweat.