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The Carbon Tax Will Kill Us All

by Staff


Tags: Carbon Tax, Endgame, Global Enslavement, Bilderberg Group, Council on Foreign Relations, 9-11 Truthers,

EndgameI recently learned that the carbon tax is part of a secret, intra-governmental plot to kill 80 percent of the Earth's population. A nefarious “Banking cartel” (read: Jews) is banding together with the European Union, the North American Union, the Asian Union, and the Bilderberg Group to create a global government. That government will use the “peak-oil fraud” to enslave the Third World, dominate the First World, and enslave the 20 percent of the population that's still alive.

If you don’t believe me, there’s probably a good reason. I learned my “facts” from Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement (Disinformation, 2007). The film is filled with the xenophobic ranting of Alex Jones, a radio host and filmmaker who’s heavily involved with the 9-11 truth movement. The conspiracy theory knows no bounds, implicating Planned Parenthood, the Club of Rome, Live Earth, the Council on Foreign Relations, every major government in the world, and even the World Wildlife Fund. (For some reason he left out World Wrestling Entertainment.) Jones takes to the streets, yelling at people through a bullhorn: “We are not your slaves.”

The hysterical raves negate what is admirable about 9-11 Truthers, and conspiracy theorists in general, as expressed in a piece by Paul Constant, reprinted from the Stranger in the Jan.-Feb. issue of Utne Reader. Constant writes, “the majority of Truthers I’ve met have used clearheaded and civil discussion as their primary method of coercion, and it’s worked remarkably well.” Americans are currently living under a government that's actively trying to dismantle civil liberties and obsessed with secrecy. Many conspiracy theorists are fighting against that. The problem is that people like Jones have given up on civil discussion (and reason), opting for the bullhorn instead.

Bennett Gordon

You can watch the trailer for Endgame below:

kurtx
3/28/2009 5:31:11 AM

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mark_2
3/13/2008 11:21:55 PM

Bennett Gordon:"...The film is filled with the xenophobic ranting of Alex Jones...The hysterical raves negate what is admirable about 9-11 Truthers...The problem is that people like Jones have given up on civil discussion..." -M: Bennett, no where did you say what Alex is WRONG about. You seem to attack Alex only on his STYLE. Is this the civil discussion that you seek? BG: "But when the film talks about a "global banking cartel" run by families like the Rothschilds, I believe that it was thinly veiled antisemitism on the part of the film makers" -M: I am sure that Alex would agree there are also non-Jewish banking families that are part of this cartel. Should he focus ONLY on them? "Jews shouldn't have accountability" says Bennett? Anon: "So this Jones guy is seen hugging an black person who has been accused of antisemitism. How does this prove he's not an antisemite?" -M: It seems associational - this seems non-jingoistic, which inturn is *associated* with non-antisemitism.


mark_1
3/13/2008 11:21:07 PM

Bennett Gordon:"...The film is filled with the xenophobic ranting of Alex Jones...The hysterical raves negate what is admirable about 9-11 Truthers...The problem is that people like Jones have given up on civil discussion..." -M: Bennett, no where did you say what Alex is WRONG about. You seem to attack Alex only on his STYLE. Is this the civil discussion that you seek? BG: "But when the film talks about a "global banking cartel" run by families like the Rothschilds, I believe that it was thinly veiled antisemitism on the part of the film makers" -M: I am sure that Alex would agree there are also non-Jewish banking families that are part of this cartel. Should he focus ONLY on them? "Jews shouldn't have accountability" says Bennett? Anon: "So this Jones guy is seen hugging an black person who has been accused of antisemitism. How does this prove he's not an antisemite?" -M: It seems associational - this seems non-jingoistic, which inturn is *associated* with non-antisemitism.


anon_3
2/28/2008 2:04:07 PM

So this Jones guy is seen hugging an black person who has been accused of antisemitism. How does this prove he's not an antisemite?


f. allen mckaig
2/28/2008 7:29:04 AM

Alex Jones is the more radical version of Michael Moore. I have heard the charges of racism and anti-semitism leveled against him many times but have also seen film of him hugging former U.S. Rep. Cynthia McKinney, an African American, who has also had charges of anti-semitism hurled at her. Like Moore, Jones keeps certain news items from sliding down the "memory hole," i.e. what really happened with the Oklahoma City Bombing. Review the disturbing local news footage that strongly indicate that there was more at play in that tragedy than Timothy McVeigh. The fact that the Rothschilds are Jewish is not the problem. The problem is the control of vast wealth and, by extension, the control over world events not just by the Rothschilds, but by a number of other non-Jewish actors also. It really isn't about religion, per se, but about the desire for power and control. I don't agree with Jones ranting but I also hate to see so much that is known, quickly sliding down the memory hole.


bennett
2/23/2008 10:01:14 AM

First off, let me say I'm sorry for your loss. I truly am. But when the film talks about a "global banking cartel" run by families like the Rothschilds, I believe that it was thinly veiled antisemitism on the part of the film makers. http://utne.com/daily.aspx


judy_1
2/22/2008 11:53:17 PM

I can't believe how antisemetic the author of this review is! This documentary makes no mention of Jews. As a Jewish woman who lost a cousin on 9/11, I find Bennett Gordon's review absolutely disgusting. It's the 9/11 victims' families who are the centerpiece of the 9/11 Truth Movement, you should show them the respect they deserve and some research into the topic. Search google video for "9/11 In Their Own Words" to hear it from them. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hMTrawIUU0 (watch the whole thing)