Matrix of Evil Documentary

by bluesbaby5050 on September 22nd, 2014

Matrix of Evil Documentary Some of the best minds in the country, coming from different sectors of the political spectrum combine in this film to expose an intricate web of deceitful wickness controlling America today. Matrix of Evil contains footage from speeches and conversations with Alex Jones, Congressman Ron Paul, Colonel Craig Roberts, Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney and Frank Morales which cover and include: How the private banks control the military-industrial complex; Expert analyzes of the USA Patriot Act and the latest police state developments; Globalist financial policies pushing America and the world into depression;

How the neoconservative movement controlling the Bush administration is nothing more than a trojan horse for a big government agenda of ivory tower social engineers; The latest revelations concerning cashless society control grid, satellite tracking, cellphone tracking, DARPA surveillance, the end of Posse Comitatus, the federalization of local police and governments and much more; Government-sponsored terrorism, gun control, political assasinations, Sept. 11th cover up.

Most importantly, Matrix of Evil is chock-full of solutions. All of the dynamic people interviewed for this film agreed that there is a massive awakening taking place in America to the criminal activities of the global elite. The Matrix of Evil- Alex Jones (full length) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVYNNHsUYI8 [ the link has been re-edited now, and it works]

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pasqualie: My thoughts on Alex Jones

I think he is a shock jock, for the most part. I am not sure what his motivations or allegiances are. Reason I say this is because he got into Bohemian Grove and video taped it. No one gets into Bohemian grove unless you are part of the club, or they want you to. And he got out with the video tape.

My thoughts is he might be a Milab in the best case scenario.

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