This is an eye-opening music video that really awakens us to the encroaching government powers that are taking over the world faster than we think. Great soundtrack, excellent quotes, this is a sign of the resistance growing the patriot movement. Also a great preview and promo of Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement!
This movie is kicking off the start of the New Revolution. A particularly cogent quote comes at the end of the movie…
Alex Jones to Rick Perry, at the Governor’s Mansion, in Austin Texas:
“We don’t want our roads, our water, our power plants, our entire infrastructure turned over to the New World Order. And we tell you now, the people are rising up and learning what you’re doing; they’re rising up, and they’re angry. And they’re tired of it! Stop enslaving us, stop setting up tyranny! Stop going along with the New World Order plan if you’ve got any soul left. The first amendment still exists, and we’re back here tonight telling you we’re not going to put up with it. Long live the republic! We shall prevail! Death to the New World Order!”
“Perhaps her most redeeming quality?” Once a neocon, always a neocon. If you though Stalin, Lenin and Mao were bad, wait until you see what’s coming in 2008 in the United Fascist States of America! Unless, we vote Ron Pau – perhaps he is our only hope. Vote Ron Paul for the long haul – 2008, 2012.
Source: Martial Law Network
As we sit in the darkened theatre and watch the curtain rise, we see amazing things transpiring upon the stage. Instead of the artistic endeavours of the past three thousand years of human culture, we see the bickering infantilism of ‘reality television’. Instead of the cohesive power and pride of the human spirit in its ability to transcend difference, we see torture’s use rationalized as a legitimate tool in the new war of terror. Instead of the projection of the hero and his or her mythic quest for self actualization, the hero is sneered at, and we are presented, instead, with the anti-hero as a model for behaviour – fools, puppet presidents, and countless examples of callow, snivelling adults stumbling through their meaningless lives in Fox sitcoms. We see news panel show hosts that no longer know if the world is flat or round, and beauty pageant contestants that wouldn’t be able to find America on a map of America, much less the world. Although, perhaps she could be forgiven for this mistake, given that there is so very little of it left.