Journalist Jon Ronson enters the world of conspiracy theorists.
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 Himself - Presenter / ... (5 episodes, 2001)
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 Himself - Police Against the New World Order / ... (3 episodes, 2001)
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 Herself - Anti-Defamation League (2 episodes, 2001)
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Jon Ronson investigates on a secret organisation called the Bilderberg group, which supposedly rules the world from behind. He demonstrates this organisation really exists by trying to attend one of their meetings. He interviews many people involved with the organisation, who give their point of view of this conspiracy theories. Written by Paras

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When the continuity announcer described the tie-in book for the series, she said it was called "Theme, adventures with extremists", when in fact it was called "Them, adventures with extremists". See more »

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An awakening call
6 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

Till is not to late – as it seems to be – the humanity has to rise above its self-destructive nature; born selfish we are blind by our inner desire to achieve power and we forget that this is a illusionary and a temporary feeling that the 'iluminati' ones are marveling a state-of-art life manipulation project. They are by far the best of us in dealing with surviving of the strongest as they keep feeding and engorging the human like with the self-poison beliefs. And the best of all is the nurture of the worst of the action: indifference. Stimulating our craving for an endless comfort – as the Pavlov's dog – our mental laziness is scientifically cultivated and actively sustained throughout all of our existence on this earth. The question is not what is there for us to stand up and fight – is not gonna be easy, of course – but what's left behind after our sparkling and meteoric life path; is about how we are going to survive in time through our descendants, how we are going to protect the minimum that the nature gifted us with. There will always be the same rhetoric to choose from: "They are many but stupid" or "They are stupid but many".

We all shall remember that: "For the evil to triumph, it is only necessary that the good people to do nothing".


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