posted on Jun, 28 2007 @ 04:34 PM
Yes indeed it is VERY hard to watch - in fact I basically just put it on in the background while I was at work - pausing it whenever the evidence
trail became particularly involved.
What I liked about it - was it brought in some interesting new information (about john o'neill - which was at least new to me) - and - more
importantly - it brought in many of the drug activities which are tightly intertwined into these black ops funding.
And that information left a dirty money trail across many administrations.
This is indeed a film that is best watched by seasoned 9/11 investigators - but it definately helps reveal the even bigger picture of it all.
I suggest you try and listen to it again, sometime, when you find yourself in a mellow mood.
As for showing this film to a regular non informed citizen (of any country) I wouldn;t even waste my time trying.
I sincerely hope D. Griffin's involvement in the new Loose Change - Final Cut - will make it one of the definitive documentaries to show the
But there are so many good documentaries out there now - that movies like wkjo are just the icing on the cake!