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Controversial radio host Alex Jones presents his theory that the newly elected 44th president of The United States is merely a puppet in a conspiracy to loot the American public and orchestrate a totalitarian world government.
Dr. Francis Boyle,
First of all, ignore the idiot who wrote the previous review- Alex Jones is relevant and captivating, not to mention quite reliable. The film documents a blatant series of absurd contradictions in the Goverments retelling of 9-11, the brutal treatment of protesters during the RNC, and the state of open martial law which is quickly enveloping America. You'd think this film was directed by a radical left liberal right? INCORRECT! Jones is in fact attempting to construct a NEW political paradigm by showing how deep our government's treason (both in this and the former administrations) truly is. Alex Jones makes some initially completely outrageous claims (ie: 9-11 was an inside job) but he backs everything up with REAL footage, credible sources (ie:BBC,ABC,CBS,CNN not "Bubba's conspiracy journal") and interviews with people such as David Gurgen, NYC police chiefs during the RNC,top engineers, and former Attorney Generals. This film is a must see.
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