Martial law 9/11: rise of the police state is a documentary that puts the false flag atrocity of September 11 2001 in the context of current events of every day life in America, seen by footage from the streets of New York during the Republican convention of 2004 and related events at that time. I'll leave it up to the viewers to agree or disagree with this, but regardless, it's an excellent film.
It is, as some people here have suggested, not an examination of what is fairly obvious, it's rather an exposure of all that is obvious; which is bringing to light the true function of the predominant taboo of our age: the descent of America into police state totalitarianism, made possible by the terror demagogy that the American establishment has embraced as a quasi-religion to restructure American society. The results are visible when you see the police intimation and brutality, arrests of activists, high-tech surveillance, baseless detention of protesters in disease-ridden facilities and so forth.
There are of course some people here who either can't deal with the subject; or as I suspect the "people" who are slandering this documentary to degrade its standing in the statistics of this website; these viewers - supposedly from such obscure places as Djibouti, Iceland, The Faeroer Islands, Andorra and Guam- are really just one pathetic person spreading childish disinformation without having seen the film at all.
Hats off to Alex Jones and his efforts to fight for what is left of America's traditional freedoms.
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