posted on Oct, 1 2006 @ 10:40 PM
This is a very well put-together documentary, though at times it is hard to tell where actual proof ends and speculation/theory begins, at least in
regards to future plans and timelines with nanotechnology and proposed technological timelines.
Everything said about the Patriot Acts are true; in building the tinWiki on it, I read through hundreds of pages about the subject, including the bill
itself. It basically gives the government the legal (although unconstitutional) right to do virtually anything it wants, alongside other bills (which
have existed for decades) that give the government the right to implicitly control any and all material and intellectual property in the USA,
including the media.
Someone earlier asked the question "If the media is controlled, why do some reporters rant about it?". Well, the newsmedia listen to the people more
than the administration, that's no surprise. If a majority of the country hates Bush, you can bet the majority of the media will fuel that. But it
doesn't matter, because as we've probably all said or heard before, you don't get into politics without playing the game. This is noted in the
video as well. It doesn't really matter who's in the oval office; we can vote, and do our best to elect the best candidate, but there's no
However, the down side of this video is that its very nature makes it uncomfortable to watch at best, not because of the information it presents but
due to the fashion in which it is presented. Although it comes together nicely, imho about ten more minutes could have been pumped into it in order to
expand on some of the more controversial and harder-to-believe (but true) information therein.