Tags: alex jones, infowars
This is the latest film from Alex Jones, whose radio show is syndicated nationally on the GCN network and whose following numbers in the millions. His movies, such as Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement and Terrorstorm have been seen by hundreds of thousands of people.
I’m a fan of Alex Jones, I’ll admit that. I don’t agree with him 100% of the time, but I find him compelling and thoughtful. Most of all, he documents almost everything he says. I’ve seen all of his movies to-date and just got the chance to see this one yesterday.
To be honest, Alex has done a better job on his films before. This one isn’t garbage, by any means, but it’s not really his best work either. It’s in HD, has more extensive use of cutting-edge graphic/CGI work than ever before for the illustrations, and has some of the most visually compelling information available.
What it lacks is new content. Basically, the whole movie could have been boiled down to about 30 minutes (instead of it’s 1 1/2 hours run time) and still contained all of the information about Obama presented. The extra information involves the Bilderbergs, the Federal Bank, and interviews with the usual list of experts from Jones’ other movies.
Most of the pertinent information is contained in the first five minutes and the last twenty or so. If you’ve seen Jones’ other movies, the middle section will be almost a re-run and is a basic re-hash of information already contained in Endgame (especially).
Overall, the movie is very good and well worth watching. If you have friends and family who aren’t “awake” yet and want to keep their attention in today’s ADD society, this movie will do that. It’s fast-paced, informative, and visually entertaining.