Monday, February 17, 2014

Ten Documentaries about Government Mind Control, The Founders of America, Bankers, the Elite, Ancient Culture, and more

This is a random collection of ten documentaries, with my description of each.  I post a different documentary, every time I watch a new one.  To prevent my documentary page from taking an extremely long time to load, I create separate pages for older documentaries.  This is page 6.

Crazy Rulers of the World - The Men Who Stare At Goats (added 02/08/14)

"The Men Who Stare At Goats" is a television documentary, made by Journalist John Ronson, that provides information about a secret US Army unit, founded in 1979, called the First Earth Battalion.  In the film, Ronson attempts to uncover the truth about this unit's involvement with paranormal activities, including mind reading and out of body experiences.  Former commanding general of United States Army Intelligence, Albert Stubblebine, is interviewed about his involvement with these programs, and Stubblebine talks pretty openly about it.  This was Stubblebine's first interview, and after seeing how he was portrayed by the film makers, vowed never to do anymore interviews.  Today, Stubblebine rarely grants interviews, but he did recently have an interview with Jan Irvin at Gnostic Media, where he discussed many important issues, including the topics discussed in this film, which I highly recommend, and can be viewed here.  This topic was eventually made into a movie staring George Clooney, titled "The Men Who Stare At Goats."



Agenda 21 The Depopulation Agenda For a New World Order (added 02/03/14)

There are a lot of buzz words used in this documentary, "Agenda 21", "New World Order, "Illuminati", "Depopulation", etc., and without the proper connections being drawn, I am afraid the validity of the information can be called into question.  There are interesting clips, and quotes, of Ted Turner, Bill Gates, and others accused of pushing a malicious agenda, but without the proper focus on each of these individuals, and their promoted policies, a critical viewer can easily brush these aside.  While I would recommend this documentary to somebody looking for extra material to confirm their suspicions, I would not recommend this film to absolutely convince anyone, of anything.




The Hidden Faith of The Founding Fathers (added 02/01/14)

"The Hidden Faith of The Founding Fathers" is a three-hour documentary, made by a Christian organization, that attempts to debunk the popular idea that the main figures involved with creation of the United States, were not Christians.  The concept that Jefferson, Franklin, and many other important historical leaders in America were more Deist, than Christian, does not come as a surprise to me.  Though this film attempts to make the founders look bad because of their views towards Christianity, I actually think it makes them more respectable, in my opinion, for not believing in the ridiculous biblical miracles like talking snakes, and people rising from the dead.  This film does cover some interesting topics, including how Benjamin Franklin, for some reason, had dead bodies underneath his house in England.




I Was There - Agenda 21 Whistle Blower (added 02/01/14)

This is a presentation by a woman who says she was at the 1992 Conference in Rio, where the infamous United Nations Agenda 21 was drafted.  She claims she was married to someone high-level at the UNDP (United Nations Development Program), and that is why she was at the conference.  She says that every speaker she witnessed seemed to be verbally attacking America, and claiming a redistribution of wealth from America, to poorer countries, needs to occur.  There a few things that make me suspicious of this woman and her story.  First, I don't believe her name is ever given, nor does she ever mention the name of her ex-husband who was with the UN.  Second, she gives a few unbelievable, and fantastic, stories, unsubstantiated, including one where she said the street kids in Brazil were round up, put in concentration camps, and murdered, as the government was preparing for the arrival of world leaders for the conference. Interestingly, she said that President George Bush, who was present at the conference, was angry at the results of the conference, gave a condemning speech, and didn't sign the agreement.  I have yet to find any concrete proof that George Bush signed the agreement, but many credible sources are under the impression that he did.  This woman, admittedly, has not read Agenda 21, and doesn't provide much information that is capable of being researched, and validated.




All Wars Are Bankers Wars (added 01/29/14)

War doesn't only bring pain, misery, death, and destruction, it also brings in money, for a select few.  This 43-minute video is inspired by a lecture, by Michael Rivero from WhatReallyHappened.com, which quickly covers the history of wars in America, and the alleged bankers who were involved, seeking to profit.  Monetary history and policy is quickly touched on as well.  There are a few things mentioned in this film, that I do not think can be substantiated, but I believe the majority of the content is legit.


The Net: The Unabomber, LSD and the Internet (added 01/21/14)

The Net is a rather interesting documentary about the infamous Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski.  Kaczynski saw the rise of technology as, somewhat, the downfall of free humanity, and has been accused of committing terrorist attacks against those he felt were pushing humanity towards this technological future.  This film also covers the government experiments that Kaczynski was involved in as a college student, a brief history of LSD being used by intelligence services, and much more.  I do not pretend to fully understand the complexities of everything covered in this film, but still found it highly informative, and fairly entertaining.




The Great Debate: John H. Clarke vs. Mary Lefkowitz (The African Origins of Greek Culture) (added 01/06/14)

There are questions as to where the influence for Greek culture came from;  some say Africa, others think differently.  This is the concluding end of, what appears to be, an interesting debate on this subject.  This debate is actually more than two hours long, but I have yet to watch more than this one-hour conclusion, though I plan on doing so.




Andrew Carnegie - The Richest Man In The World  (added 12/30/13)

At one point in time Andrew Carnegie was known as the richest man in the world, whether this was ever true, or not, I do not know, but this mans influence is still being felt today, therefore it is important to have an understanding of who he was, and the times he was around in.  This isn't the most entertaining documentary but it does reveal some interesting insight into Carnegie's history, and motivation.  From his childhood in Scotland, to his coming to America and becoming wealthy, to his death, this film quickly (2 hours) covers Carnegie's life.  Interestingly, Carnegie, in what, in my opinion, is a great philanthropic act, had payed for the construction of over 3000 libraries in his lifetime.  People associated with Carnegie, discussed in this film, include Herbert Spencer, Henry Clay Frick, and more.



Ancient Greeks: Spartan Invasion (added 12/24/13)

This documentary is about when the ancient civilization of Athens, at the height of her glory, went to war with Sparta.  This film also includes the hate received by the philosopher Socrates, at the time of the war, for questioning what was occurring in his society, which ultimately led to his death.  I do not know enough about this period of history to have an opinion or critique of this documentary.  The quality level of this film is high, and it's fairly entertaining.





History of China: The Great Leap Forward (added 12/12/13)

This film opens up with a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) logo, indicating it was a product of the Agency.  This video seems to date back to the 1950's.  It covers day-to-day living in China, during The Great Leap Forward.  "History of China" takes a dry, unbiased, approach to presenting information concerning Chinese society at that time.  While I did not find this film to be very entertaining, I did find some of the old footage, and information, to be interesting.



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