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« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2011, 08:45:46 AM »

rev- I agree with most of your assesment but the federal reserve stuff is mostly accurate, factually. Not their intentions of microchip bearing one world government but the how and why of when it was set up on jeckyll Island .


some choices, not really "bad" actually pretty good but less consequential

1. Waiting for Nesara (2000's) about A bunch of people meet in a rented room in a KFC to discuss the obvious fact that Jesus Christ is going to return on a spaceship to restore consitutional democracy to the US. They actually incorporate the KFC logo with the colonel into their iconography if I remember correctly. There appear to be elements of far right federal reserve as illuminati type conspiracy theory, mormonism and scientology, many were ex mormons. It's not just these people though, at the end they show an Iraq war proest somewhere with a "nesara " sign. yikes. The director made this and also "Elevator Movie" , a very divisive balck and white low budget student type  feature that earned 5 stars from me and 1 from many.

2. Chi guy: weapons of MAss decibels - This guy is a fixture at a bar called the SMiling Moose in Pittsburgh. He claims that by using his amazing Chi, the chinese concept of energy, he can yell louder than anyone in the world or something. He's loud but not really all that loud. He's pretty annoying too. He kind of grows on you though. The approach is appropriately low key and I had never really seen Pittsburgh before so that was interesting.

3. Pornstar pets - AS you would probably guess this doc humanizes adult film stars somewhat. Ron Jeremy has a tortoise and a hare. Taylor wayne makes a plate of spicy shrimp for her dog. Some of them have like alot of pets. Though dealing with porn stars it's actually pretty mundane but 52 minutes isn't too long.
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« Reply #16 on: September 11, 2011, 08:52:18 AM »

rev- I agree with most of your assesment but the federal reserve stuff is mostly accurate, factually. Not their intentions of microchip bearing one world government but the how and why of when it was set up on jeckyll Island .


I agree it's by far the least crazy part of the documentary, but the guy takes a reasonable theory and pushes it so far outside the realm of possibility that it's worthless to listen to him.  What stinks about the documentary is that maybe 10% of it is accurate but people shouldn't have to go fact checking every single outlandish claim. 

I hope to see "Waiting for Nesara" someday.
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« Reply #17 on: September 11, 2011, 08:53:50 AM »

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if you look on the right on the page you can see there is a bunch of Nesara stuff.
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« Reply #18 on: Today at 02:46:59 PM »

Another poster mentioned "Weird World Of LSD" [1967]  earlier in this thread and that link is dead

But this one isn't in case anyone needs it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUX9bXzSBoM
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« Reply #19 on: Today at 04:26:18 PM »

this must have been the thread that gave me the idea to write that {too lazy to find link} article
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