Fall of the Republic: The Presidency of Barack Obama (2009)

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Fall Of The Republic documents how an offshore corporate cartel is bankrupting the US economy by design. Leaders are now declaring that world government has arrived and that the dollar will... See full summary »


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Alex Jones

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Alex Jones

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18 January 2012 | toqtaqiya2
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| The film is a clear warning of things to come.
The title of this documentary is spot on. Alex Jones is saying that the American republic is falling, but it really fell during Bill Clinton's presidency. As Chalmers Johnson wrote, in his Blowback trilogy, it was back then when America turned into a military empire. I used to be ignorant of Alex Jones' show but now I watch or listen to it frequently. Jones is a good entertainer, and his rants are actually something that I enjoy. His politics are in the right place too. The Western elite, with the Corporatocracy as its most important part, have taken over the politics and economics of the world. The first phase in this Third World War was the Cold War. After the defeat of the Soviet Union the second phase in the global war began. People in the West are losing their freedoms and livelihoods because of it. Good examples of this are shown in the film. And, as shown in the film, the current economic depression is one of the steps to a new world system of governance with a global distribution economy. This global economy will be about the control of goods, resources and information. In the film it's called a New World Order. In the NWO the market will be dominated by monopolies. It's entirely possible that a global currency will be introduced. Whether or not this plan of the Western elite will work we shall see. However, we are living through the steps to this global system and it's not really pleasant. In his works the economist Jacques Attali wrote that the elite will establish their rule over the world in the middle of the 21st century. The philosopher Aleksandr Zinovyev also wrote books about the Global Suprasociety. In my opinion it's a good thing that Alex Jones is putting his message out. Fall Of The Republic is sometimes crude but one has to see it because its message is crystal clear.

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Release Date:

21 October 2009

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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Austin, Texas, USA

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)

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