Brilliant and basically home-made — 4 years ago
Considering that this is practically a home-made documentary that starts out fishy with some home-made visual effects that make you want to turn the TV off, it really amazed me by taking a great turn to the better. A description on the doc. snatched from IMDb: “Documentary about a) the origin of christian faith b) how american banks have seized worldpower at the beginning of the 20th century c) how these 2 items are related to the wars fought in the 20th and 21st century.” Indeed. I didn’t know the US central bank is privatised, and the movie points a few strong facts and questions at what American interests are dug deep into the most current invasions/wars and how christianity is one of the most cruel jokes ever. This documentary has a lot in common with Brian Fleming’s “The God Who Wasn’t There” as far as christianity is concerned, but speaks of itself as far as criticising banks and how wealth is distributed in the USA. Highly recommendable and legally, freely downloable from here.