There can be a tendency among conspiracy documentarists to concentrate on the globalists’ agenda in a wholly daunting way and having just watched Alex Jones’ latest documentary, ‘Endgame’, I can understand the several comments I have heard from those who have also seen it in it’s entirety, that they felt ‘shocked’ ‘shaken’ and ‘depressed’ after watching it.
Make no mistake, ‘Endgame’ is a pioneering, very well researched and presented work even standing above Jones’ previous productions, by nature of its powerful and coherent message. And it’s all true. Having read other seminal works on eugenics and done much research into the other topics of global domination that Jones covers in this two and a half hour long documentary, I can vouch for the veracity of his observations and historical fact. (See the trailer below).
The problem is that after having sat out the 210 or so minutes of devastating truths of the past actions and future plans of this wildly outrageous cabal of global ‘murderers’ (for that is what they amount to) who rule our world, one ends up feeling either totally outraged and maddened or left feeling daunted and powerless.
It was heartening today to see footage shot by members of the ‘We are Change UK’ group of a Q&A session following a discussion at the London School of Economics entitled ‘Can We Trust Journalists With Public Security?’, by the infamous ex-MI6 head, Sir Richard Dearlove in which he was challenged by some very cogent questions from members of the audience (see below).
It will be recalled that Dearlove was principal author of ‘The Downing Street Memo’ that infamous missive in which he admits that “the facts and intelligence” about WMD were being “fixed round the policy” of a pre-planned invasion of Iraq.
It is confrontations from members of the public like this, in which they are posing genuine questions to someone who was directly implicated with spilling the blood of dead Iraqis, that are vital in our fight for accountability, transparency and justice. Dearlove was clearly rattled, despite his dismissive attitude towards those questioners, and, as a result, left the proceedings ahead of schedule.
World domination by a clique of crazed meglamaniacs and felons as portrayed in ‘Endgame’, may seem daunting, but rather than cower and cringe in the corner or go into a state of denial, we would feel a whole lot better if we got up and challenged these monsters at every opportunity, exposing their enormities for all to see.
But we should also take heed of David Icke in discovering ourselves as higher beings and elevating our collective conscious spirit as yet another means of rising above these global scoundrels and I finish with part 3 of David’s ‘Freedom or Fascism’ lecture which I hope will provide some enlightenment.
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