Alex Jones’ Fall of the Republic: The Presidency of Barack Obama documents how an offshore corporate cartel called Bilderberg is bankrupting the US economy by design. His documentary tries to explain that their ultimate goal of a new world government with a global currency as the concluding goal. Jones brings open accusations about “Brand Obama” and how the globalists are using their newest, and slickest ever puppet to come in and “save” the day and take control of the Banks, the “Big Three”, and a government controlled health care.
The difficultly here is there doesn’t seem to be a contrasting side to the documentary, or reviewed or talked about by a party that is opposed to this point of view. Supported by mostly websites that are largely viewed as propaganda and a haven for Conspiracy Theorists can play against the documentary, as many viewers want to see something less extreme. Though it’s understandable that’s he’s frustrated, believing what he does, and wanting to share that information with others, as extreme as the information is, the concern is it could be lost on deaf ears because of the manner in which it’s delivered. If someone takes the time to actually watch this they will see that Jones, as opposed to other documentarians (Michael Moore), really does believe in his cause, and lives to serve it.
The actual documentary itself is meticulously organized. There isn’t a moment between one part to another and the small clips along with quotes had a complete relevance to each moment and progression of it’s evolution. There are a ton of topics touched on that wouldn’t seem easy to bridge together, but the result seemed almost effortless and natural from start to finish.
The bit about China is the most daunting part. It was one of the moments where true fear struck my heart, because it is such a gregarious world power, and yet the rest of the world doesn’t always seem to agree with their humanitary policies, yet the rest of the world seems terrified of them. How much do I believe we are close to a police state, or to eventually turn into the oppressive existence of China? I don’t know, in some ways we are heading that way, but such an enormous amount would have to change to get there it seems fairly severe.
The part I felt Alex Jones does a most substantive job at, is forcing you to at least consider his thoughts. You do begin to find yourself “What iffing?” quite a bit. The act of questioning things does insight progression. Which doesn’t always mean you have to agree. Do I believe Bilderberg and their ultimate goal at the immortality of elite genetics? Even with a ton of evidence, that’s a lot to stomach. Was Bush ultimately a Bilderberg puppet for Obama to to destroy the last remnants of America’s freedom, Constitution and economy, all while allowing Banks to plumage what was left? Jones suggests that the real question to ask is not which class Obama claims to represent or fight for, but points out this is a battle of classes, rather than parties. Fall of the Republic depicts not just Obama, but Bush and Clinton as servers of an elite class and it’s dogmatic agenda.
There are some things that I felt were far past being in personal distaste and just didn’t do anything to help further his journey and hope in gaining supporters. Yelling at soldiers and telling them to move to Russia is just disturbing regardless of the soldiers unprompted irritation of being filmed. These men and women put their lives on the line everyday and have to listen to a media that doesn’t support their ventures. Picking a fight with one, serves no purpose, especially the context of his animosity towards a “media” figure is up for debate. It’s not evidence, it’s simply a situation that has two points of view and we only are privy to one. This leads me to another issue I had with some of Jones’ “evidence”. Adding circumstantial evidence and facts together while basing a mass load of your predictions for the future on events from the past is also dangerous, even though I agree with the idea that history does repeat itself.
The question becomes, do you believe what Alex Jones is telling us? Is he crying wolf too often and is some of the truth going to get lost, or is he just a propaganda seeking extremist? The worst possible scenario would be that everything he says is true and that all the information he’s gathered and pieced together and obviously taken a pain staking amount of time to plead his case with, is closer to what is going on behind political and the financial kingpins closed doors is actually fact. It’s up to you to decide. For myself there was a lot I got out of this documentary and quite a bit I could have done without. For those that already follow this dogma, it’s going to sound like the voice of reason, but those on the other side will probably just continue to look at the situation as extremist propaganda. Hopefully, it will simply make you re-evaluate some things that are considered certainties and at least ask WHY you believe what you believe.
Here is the Full Length HQ version of Fall of the Republic…