posted on Nov, 23 2012 @ 07:16 PM
This is one of the WORST
films of its kind that I've seen. Those who have said that it's opened their eyes, or this is the most
informative thing they've seen, must not watch many videos on these topics. This was one of the most shallow, content-less videos on these subjects
I've ever seen.
Furthermore, it has a strange smell of propaganda.
I think a commenter on this vid hit the nail directly on the head:
Not sure I trust this vid. It seems like all of the commentators are admitted conservatives. It addresses most issues very shallowly with little
content "the NWO is coming to get you-- BOO!" Spends a lot of time talking about corporations pulling strings behind the scenes, then goes on to talk
about the terrible carbon credits. I thought it was big corps who had the most to fear from stuff like carbon credits. The rest seems like fluff
using "hot topic" conspiracy terms. Bilderberg, bankers, fed reserve, micro-chips-are-the-mark-of-the-beat -- BOO! (Scared yet?)) I kept waiting for
it to get better... and then even after an hour it was still mostly fluff. A few good topics but very shallow, poor coverage. Mostly seemed like
conservative (republican) christian corporatism propaganda, using conspiracy buzz-words and the "truth movement" as "sheep's clothing"
Lately I have personally had the growing suspicion that The Powers That Be are trying to goad us into an armed revolution. Many of you keep waiting to
find out what "the big one" is going to be-- that event or trigger which will finally "allow" them the excuse "they" need to swoop in take over
control, take our guns, lock us in camps, etc...
...and I suspect this may be it...
And no, this has nothing to do with William Cooper's book of the same name, which is a very interesting (and detailed) read. This just seemed like
conservative christian propaganda which calls for revolution (ironically proving the point which is denied in the beginning of the video, that
christians, militias, etc are a threat to the govt)
I would recommend the serious
seeker look at Cooper's work instead. This would maybe be a good intro video to someone who had never heard of
any of these topics. Anyone looking for real solid in-depth info will likely be disappointed and feel their time has been wasted.
23-11-2012 by iwilliam because: (no reason given)