With eighty percent of the world's population destroyed, Judge Ian Visser hopes he will now finally be able to get himself a Wii.
They want you dead.
"Countless people will hate the new world order and will die protesting against it."—H.G. Wells, The New World Order (1939)
Facts of the Case
The endgame is at hand. After decades of social, political, and economic manipulation, the world's elites have readied their "final solution" for dealing with the ignorant rabble of the planet. Herded into massive cities, subjects of a single world government will find all aspects of their lives closely controlled. They will be told what to eat, think, and do, and those in control will reap the benefits of their unlimited power as these new serfs struggle to survive. Humanity will be reduced by eighty percent through deliberate measures of disease, starvation, and genetic manipulation.
Revealing for the first time the complete picture of the New World Order's plan, Alex Jones and Disinformation Co. present Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement. By examining the activities of the mysterious Bilderberg Group, the threat of economic unions, and the nefarious theory of eugenics, Jones demonstrates how all the pieces are in place for the New World Order's plan to come to fruition in our time. It is only us, the people, who can rise against these nefarious elites and take back our freedoms and sovereignty. Will we do so, or will we be forced into slavery for the rest of our lives?
The concept of a "new world order" is not a new one. The term has been used often during the 20th century, meaning different things in different eras. Of late, however, it has taken on an increasingly nefarious meaning to many. As global economic and political influence gets more and more concentrated, it is now taken by opponents to mean the formation of a single world government, orchestrated by the United Nations, which will strip nations of their economic and military powers. Individuals will be micro-chipped to streamline commerce and education will be standardized to ensure a consistent message is provided to all. Some, including Jones, believe the ultimate aim is to reduce the world's population by eighty percent, while allowing the elites to live virtually forever through new medical technologies.
Jones organizes his documentary film into several sections, each highlighting a particular element or plan designed to bring about the New World Order. He first details the origins of the one-nation movement, which emerged from European banking institutions. These bankers were responsible for funding Europe's many wars in order to increase profits and expand their influence. Such organizations as the League of Nations and the United Nations were created as fronts for these banking interests, to promoting a one-world agenda disguised as a co-operative effort between countries. More nefariously, these rogue handlers were responsible for the development of both communism and fascism, which led to the state-sponsored murdering sprees of the 20th century.
Jones' next focus is on the Bilderberg Group, a collection of economic and political figures who meet annually to determine the future of the world. Jones and his crew follow the group to Ottawa, Canada, to film the proceedings and identify the participants. Joined by former journalist and fellow rabble-rouser Jim Tucker, Jones attempts to discern the plans of the Bilderberg Group and expose what they mean for the rest of the population.
Jones then moves to the subject of economic unions, highlighting the development of the European Union and the North American Union. Jones argues that these are attempts to form single-region nations, rather than simply to remove trade barriers and improve economies. Indeed, Jones believes that such unions are designed to eliminate individual nations' sovereignty, paving the way for a joining of the regions into a single nation-state that unifies banking, education, military, and health care under one rule. Much is made of the rumored "NAFTA superhighway," or Trans-Texas Corridor, which opponents claim is being constructed to run from Mexico to Canada, and how this threatens to blend all three nations into one economic entity.
Finally, Jones details the history of eugenics programs and what benefit they hold for the New World Order. Jones argues that eugenics theories were used to justify the mass killings of the old, infirmed, or disabled in Nazi Germany and the USSR, and that the New World Order will adopt these practices on a massive scale when it assumes power. In addition, Jones claims that the elites of the planet will be able to use medical science to extend their lives almost indefinitely, while the rest of us are used as slave labor and replaced when we can no longer provide for their benefit. He holds China, with its forced sterilization, one-child policy, and abortion programs as an example of what the entire world will suffer in the near future.
On the technical side, this is a quality product, and despite budget restrictions the result is top-notch. The video is shot on digital cameras, but even using natural light and on-location footage the image is solid. Audio is the standard 2-channel Dolby Digital, and the music, interview footage, and narration elements are well-balanced and easily understood. If there is an issue, it is how the historical and vintage footage is stretched from its full-frame ratio to match the film's widescreen format, rendering it distracting at times to watch.
Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement includes a number of extra features. First up is a performance by blues-man Jimmie Vaughan, taken from the rally against the Trans-Texas Corridor seen in the film. His song, "Shackles on Me" gets plenty of crowd appreciation, as Vaughan sings out against the New World Order and Big Brother. Also included is the "Bilderberg 2007 Report," which chronicles a meeting of the Bilderberg Group in Istanbul, Turkey. Jim Tucker is again the centre-piece of the footage, as he and others attempt to discern who is meeting and why. Lastly, a lengthy scene cut from the film is included, entitled "Battle for the Republic." This excerpt examines the influx of illegal immigration from Mexico into the United States, which Jones asserts is a deliberate attempt by the New World Order to blend the two cultures and eliminate American sovereignty.
The Rebuttal Witnesses
I've taken Jones to task in two previous reviews of his films, largely because I felt them to be poorly researched and assembled with very limited evidence. Rather than provide another negative review of Jones' latest effort, I've decided to stick to the technical details of the disk and limit my critiques. I don't have any illusions that my opinions would be able to sway Jones' supporters, and it's not really my job to do so. Rather, I leave it to you, the reader, to decide if what you have read about here is a new analysis of events that the mainstream media chooses to ignore, or a paranoid fantasy concocted by conspiracy theorists to explain a fast-moving and ever-changing world.
Those who subscribe to Jones and his opinions will find Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement to be a high-quality product that won't disappoint. This is a slick, approachable offering that will give his supporters plenty of ammunition in the fight against the New World Order.
The accused is imprisoned for its political beliefs, but freed after an appeal arguing for the strong technical merits of the defendant.
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