The majority of NBA players are nothing but puppets for whatever company sponsors their shoes or jerseys but then there’s Kyrie Irving.
Kyrie Irving who is a joint guard for the Brooklynn nets recently posted a video on his Instagram account that showed Alex Jones exposing the NWO.
In the video that Irving shared Jones can be heard saying ‘Yes there have been corrupt empires. Yes, they manipulate. Yes, there are secret societies. Yes, there have been oligarchies throughout history.”
The video would continue with Jones saying “And yes, today in 2002, there is a tyrannical organization calling itself the New World Order…by releasing diseases and viruses and plagues upon us, we then basically get shoved into their system.’
Watch the video Irving shared here:
Kyrie Irving just posted a video clip entitled “Never Forget – Alex Jones Tried To Warn Us” with Jones claiming back in 2002 that a “New World Order” would release “plagues upon us…” pic.twitter.com/sz2Ps7Fbrn
— Tommy Beer (@TommyBeer) September 15, 2022
Alex Jones Was Right
— INFOWARS USA (@InfoWars_tv) September 16, 2022
The Daily Mail had more details to add:
NBA star Kyrie Irving shared a video by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from 2002 to his Instagram story.
The Brooklyn Nets points guard raised eyebrows Thursday when he posted the 20-year-old clip of Jones discussing a ‘New World Order’.
The video, entitled ‘Never Forget – Alex Jones Tried To Warn Us,’ refers to a ‘New World Order’ that would ‘release plagues’.
In the video Jones said: ‘Yes there have been corrupt empires. Yes they manipulate. Yes there are secret societies. Yes there have been oligarchies throughout history.
‘And yes, today in 2002, there is a tyrannical organization calling itself the New World Order…by releasing diseases and viruses and plagues upon us, we then basically get shoved into their system.’
The 2002 clip of Jones was one of several videos shared to Irving’s story Thursday. Irving, who serves as vice president on the player’s association’s executive committee, posted videos which discussed a range of topics, including ‘the saturation of the media with celebratory posts about the late Queen Elizabeth II’ and decolonization.
Irving was one of the only NBA players to not get vaccinated and as a result, he was not allowed to play any home games in New York.
Kyrie Irving on refusal to get vaccinated:
"There's nobody that’s enslaving me, there’s nobody that’s telling me what I’m going to do with my life." pic.twitter.com/tSuPKdRT2s
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) March 28, 2022
The NBA needs more players like Kyrie Irving and less players like Lebron James.
On the court Irving is great too and even saved Lebron James’s career with this shot:
— NBA History (@NBAHistory) June 19, 2022