posted on Jun, 23 2005 @ 07:44 PM
What's great about it, is that it truly is epic. Epic goes to New York and roams the subways, streets, and even goes to ground zero...all when the
Republican National Convention goes on. When he confronts that one former white hosue aide about Bohemian Grove, or that conversation about the
Illuminati and Bohemian Grove at the RNC, or especially the whole exploration of Silverstein and Tower 7...wow. The documentary even gets into
Bilderberger, Entron, IBM and the holocaust, Prescot Bush' nazi ties and his part of a fascist overthrow of America plot, etc. The only subjects not
covered are Princess Di, JFK, TWA 800, CIA and drugs, etc but pretty much every other facet of the NEw World Order is presented here. He does a much
more researched and responsible job connecting facts than Michale Moore; and th eoutcome is a million times more incendiary. I wish every person on
here, as well as anyone who saw Fahrenheit could see this.
Btw, Alex Jones has no problem with people spreading this documentary...again I wish this could have played in theatres. If Fahrenheit 9/11 made
people angry, this could cause a revolution.
[edit on 23-6-2005 by 8bitagent]