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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,
For the New World Order, a world government is just the beginning. Once in place they can engage their plan to exterminate 80% of the world's population, while enabling the "elites" to live forever with the aid of advanced technology. For the first time, crusading filmmaker Alex Jones reveals their secret plan for humanity's extermination, Operation: ENDGAME Written by
ENDGAME is quite possibly the most fundamentally disturbing multimedia presentation ever put forth for consideration by an ambulant public so habituated to having global concerns interpreted for them, not because this conspiratorial perspective hasn't been expressed before, but because it is expressed in the same highly polished and well produced emotive fashion that mainstream media delivers its perspective.
Past works by Jones may well have been overwhelming to the average person due to their blizzard-like flurries of hard evidence, eyewitness testimony, governmental documents and admission, and confessions by the some of the worlds most powerful and influential people, but this film is different. This film is accessible. It does not 'ask' you to reconsider the merit of having trust and faith in the wealthiest most powerful people in the world, it demands it, by teasing you with quotes like Prince Philip's "In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation".
We have been conditioned to accepting undeveloped and incomplete expressions, and it would appear that Alex Jones has finally accepted this, probably at least in part due to advice from those well versed in the art of communication. This production is entertaining in the purest sense, and bypasses that 'I hate documentaries' filter may of us carry. Its tone and cadence is almost dreamy, despite its nightmarish content.
In the end it is merely a perspective. The true cause of all mankind's problems is of course simply human weakness. What makes this film so special, not unlike elements of his past works, is that it lends the viewer some courage, and also leverage, towards tackling their own weakness, while baiting them towards uncovering for themselves what could be described as 'secrets'. The paradox here is that these 'secrets' have always been in plain view, but for some reason the vast majority of people down in the larger lower sections of the pyramid seemed to have been tricked into taking the perspective of those high up in the highly exclusive pyramidion. Alex Jones ENGAME is a bold effort towards reminding us all that we are in fact nearly entirely redundant and superfluous to those that hold the power, the power that we have given willingly, in exchange for a promissory note assuring us of some fairy tale trouble-free paradise on earth.
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