Monday, October 26, 2009
A Short Review of 'Fall of the Republic'
There are a lot of opinions and questions concerning Alex Jones....as it should be for anyone who reaches the highest commercial levels in the alternative media.
That said, Jones' latest documentary 'Fall of the Republic' is actually toned down a bit from some of his earlier works and that's a plus. This is a film that rehashes all that has happened over the last year and does a good job for as far as it goes. I can see 'Fall' appealing to those who see that things are going wrong but haven't dug very far from the main stream media. It may be something that can be passed around on DVD to those not very likely to access information on the internet and without alienating them too much. Jones spells out many of the criminal activities in government and banking that people are waking up to.
As usual for Jones, there is no zionist/jewish/israel aspect to the issues. You can make your own determination about that.
'Fall' can be a good starting point for the 'uninitiated' and a refresher course for many talking points but there's always more to the story than Jones is willing to tell. But that doesn't matter. There are many folks who can fill in the blanks and it's up to us to see that those points of view are also included in the dialog.