Alex Jones gives us the Fall of the Republic whilst Max Igan shows us how to build the next

Two excellent films that deliver their messages well.

From my standpoint I seem to have outgrown Alex Jones, his tireless energy and agressive stance coupled with his reductionist view of the situation leaves a heavy and depressing energy after viewing. Its all well and good to rally the troops, and its whats needed right now, but a more holistic approach as given by Max Igan in his excellent work, "The Awakening" seems far more palatable and gives the viewer some sort of solution to the present situation.

Non violent non compliance to the system coupled with an understanding of how the universal energy mechanics actually work, is the road ahead. Max has crafted this film to cover all the bases yet he leaves us with hope and peace rather than anger and frustration.

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Alex Jones highly anticipated documentary Fall of the Republic: The Presidency of Barack Obama boldly lifts the lid and unveils the fraud behind Brand Obama and how the globalists are using their newest, and slickest ever puppet to destroy the last vestiges of Americas freedom, Constitution and economy, all while helping the bankers loot the country clean.

The film exposes the agenda that Obama was put in place to accomplish, a world government allied with a bank of the world run by globalist eugenicists hell-bent on destroying Americas first world status and replacing it with a hollow shell of tyranny.

The mind control, the television programming, and all the media talking points that serve to reinforce the image of Brand Obama are laid bare, unveiling the naked truth, as legendary author and documentary film maker John Pilger recently discussed, that Obama is nothing more than a corporate marketing creation, a skilled hypnotist using seductive tools of propaganda race, gender and class to hoodwink the masses into accepting his rhetoric while ignoring the contradiction of his actions.

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