Democide: Government Killed Over 260 Million in the 20th Century, Poised to Kill Billions More in the 21st
March 17, 2012
The following documentary from Alex Jones (Infowars.com) details the various aspects of the behind-the-scenes plans of what many have dubbed the New World Order. InBlueprint of Madmen Jones explores everything from anti-terror legislation in the United States to restrictive global food production and distribution by the elite as a means of controlling the populations of entire nations .
Most will ignore the message and attack the messenger, but it won’t change the evidence. There is a grand conspiracy afoot. Ignore it to your detriment.
Alex reveals a host of statistics from ordinary life that have proven much more deadly. In short, these statistics make clear that terrorism is a complete hoax. It was deliberately created as a false alarm to secure funds for national security contractors building a Stasi state built to control the population through the power of “fear itself.”Watch the Full Length Documentary: Blueprint Of Madmen (40 minutes)
But what are the REAL threats our society faces?
Alex turns the tables on the constant propaganda about a projected enemy. He documents proven academic research in Democide, or Death by Government, demonstrating that the real killers throughout history have always been in government. From Mao in Communist China, Stalin in the U.S.S.R., Hitler in Nazi Germany, Pol Pot under the Khmer Rouge and so many others, governments have killed more than 260 million people in just the last one hundred years.
Through this important documentary, you will understand how history’s mega-killers are now poised to kill not millions but billions in a new age of dominance under world government. The elite psychopathic rulers, along with their technocratic Renfield minions, are pursuing a transhumanist vision where they seek to become gods while the masses of humanity are sacrificed in the name of saving the earth, all while risking our very planet in their destructive experimentation.
The documentary starts out with a humorous look at the state of affairs in America today, and then delves into the seriousness of the situation in which we find ourselves.
This article was posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 10:37 am