Invisible Empire: A New World Order Defined

Recently I had time to sit back and watch the new film by Jason Bermas (Loose Change, Fabled Enemies) and produced by Alex Jones (Infowars.com).

In Invisible Empire: A New World Order Defined, Bermas explores the historical context, as well as the current implications of the power players behind the scenes of what some believe to be a drive toward a One World Government.  At the bottom of this post, you can watch the film in its entirety.

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Opening with a personal account of how the young filmmaker went from happy go lucky college student to his current status as Infowarrior and anti-NWO activist, the film goes on to lay out an impressive menagerie of film and news footage to support his claims.

Now, those of us who have delved into the realm of NWO conspiracy may find some of the information presented to be old hat. Most of us know about the Bilderbergs, the Trilateral Commission, and the Council on Foreign Relations. Many Extraordinary Intelligence readers are certainly aware of things such as Bohemian Grove and the Skull and Bones Society of Yale University.

But, what I haven’t seen presented in such detail are the array of damning bits of footage showing the big power players of government admitting to their agenda.  Sure I’ve seen bits and pieces here and there, but never like this.  Add to that some insightful and disturbing information about Timothy McVeigh (OKC bombing) and FBI involvement in the first World Trade Center bombing, and we have a film that is certain to appeal to even the most well versed anti-globalist.

What this film shows is that the New World Order is not the stuff of Cloak and Dagger secrecy that many seem to envision. And it certainly is not simply a crack pot theory. After cutting his teeth with the blockbuster Internet smash Loose Change, Jason Bermas has now given us what I would say is one of the most concise and convincing films to date about the NWO.

As I stated, there will be many who are more than familiar with the information presented in Invisible Empire: A New World Order Defined…but the film is still well worth watching. This is the film that one could present to any naysayer, and perhaps finally open eyes that were previously wide shut.  I do hope that you scroll to the bottom of this post and take the time to watch and share this film; and if you feel so inclined, you can support the filmmaker and his future efforts by purchasing your own DVD copy here:

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