A documentary about the life of Dr. Stephen Greer and his claims of existing energy technologies that would change the world as we know it.

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A documentary about the life of Dr. Stephen Greer and his claims of existing energy technologies that would change the world as we know it.

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Amar Singh Kaleka (director) whose father Satwant Singh Kalek was killed, is consoled at the command center near the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin where yesterday a gunman fired upon people at service August, 6, 2012 Oak Creek, Wisconsin. See more »

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Interesting but could have been better
17 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Over all I found this movie pretty interesting.

I have made my own studies of a lot of the topics so little of it is new to me. Happy because this might educate a lot of people on the existence of several key things that effect everyone's life. Hopefully it will make "critical thinkers" out of more people and they will look deeper into the world around them.

The USA (and the world) monopolies. These are powerful monopolies that are part of the ecosystems of government that control a lot of the world. In this movie the key theory is the petroleum monopoly. Yes it has a huge bearing on the world, but it's certainly not the only one. Another they briefly mention the banking system though, another big gov backed monopoly establishment. But they really didn't touch on two of the other big ones like the medical/drug and farming/food ones.

In any of these cases these monopolies cause suppression of workable technologies for "free energy" and energy use reductions, working cures for cancer, financial freedom (using actual material representation, bartering, etc., as opposed to the fiat money scam), etc.

If the reader/viewer really wants to get a wake up call. Web search for "Royal Raymond Rife". Don't stop at the "wikipedia" though as this "free" encyclopedia is very much controlled by the above mentioned monopolies with deliberate suppression and alterations/spinning of information. What you will learn is Raymond Rife discovered a totally workable branch of biological technology still way ahead of it's time and he found a simple workable and proved cure for at least one form of cancer and TB over 70 years ago! Then read how the AMA with the help of the FDA almost completely suppressed it all until about ten years ago.

Then read about Thomas Henry Moray and his energy ("free") machine. I've been fortunate to personally talk to Moray's surviving son, and read a lot about it. It seems plausible, and one has to recognize Moray actually invented the transistor (what he called the "moray valve") long before Bell labs was credited for it et al. But then again like anyone else I probably really wouldn't believe it until I could see it for my self.

These things tell you though for sure that these monopolies and the government are behind the suppression of key technologies that has held the world back by at least a 100 years. And furthermore the medical industry would rather have millions of people die each year rather then give up their billions in monopoly profits.

Now in this movie the whole Alien thing seems way out there. But then again, probably one of those things you have to study and or experience to see if it has any merit to it.

A lot of the movie was very wordy and hyped up. I hope if and when the part 2 comes out it will go into much more details and less marketing/hype and less trying to convince people. What people need is just facts, statistics, and real raw data. Also little antidotes to put things in to perspective with our current world situation..


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