IFC Makes new NWO Documentary

The IFC Channel (Independent Film Channel) has released a new documentary entitled New World Order. It debuted an April 16th and is being shown on IFC on Demand Channel. I don't receive IFC on Demand so I haven't had a chance to watch it yet, but I look forward to anyone here who does to post a review. I've seen the trailer and it featured Alex Jones and the 911 Truth Movement although these are not the only "conspiracies" it is supposed to cover. Here is the description as found on IFC's website:


From the award winning filmmakers of DARKON (SXSW Audience Award 2006) comes New World Order, a feature length documentary about conspiracy theorists directed by Luke Meyer and Andrew Neel. The film is a behind the scenes look at the underground movement of people who want to expose "global elitists," whom they claim are covertly masterminding a series of destructive events to cause a mass breakdown of the world's economy and society. Once the world has fallen into chaos, these same "elitists" will offer a plan to rebuild the economic and social structure of the world (to their liking). This theory is also known as the New World Order.

The film captures this growing anti-New World Order movement as it targets the annual Bilderberg conference, and the 9/11 attacks as focal points in the alleged global conspiracy. Alex Jones, a celebrity radio host, and underground cult hero, is the central character of the film. The film chronicles Alex and four other conspiracy theorists on their ceaseless quest to expose the "massive global conspiracy" they believe threatens the future of humanity.

New World Order is a film about people who believe in conspiracy theories and why they believe in them, not about the theories themselves. This film does not try to prove or disprove conspiracy theories. At its core, New World Order is a film about the power of ideas, and the power of ideas to change one's life and define one's actions.

New World Order will premiere on demand on IFC Free April 16, 2009. A new documentary.

On another note, IFC is also restarting a series called "The Media Project:Exposing the Truth Behind the News" which is supposed to expose the MSM bias and disinformation. We'll just have to see just how honest they are willing to be. You know we will hold them to same standards (if not higher) of honesty. Here's the link for your edification.




More on NWO film here:

New World Order Movie WORLD PREMIERE | SXSW Film Festival | Austin, TX | MARCH 2009 |
NEW WORLD ORDER: Interview with Director Andrew Neel

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Thanks Lullaby,

A great video I must say. No voice overs, no narration with comment , opinion, or putdowns. Recommend this for all to see. Thanks again.



I watched it

The message of the film seemed to be "These weirdos may have a point.."

It wasnt a hit piece, but it certainly showed that the people featured in the film can certainly be cringe-inducing. The scene with Alex Jones and crew in the hotel when the fire alarm goes off was slapstick goofery. When Alex gets on the phone with George Noory, the faux-drama is laid on thick.

They spend some time with (crazy old) Jack Mclamb and are sure to highlight his bizarre remarks from the 2008 Revolution March in DC. They also show life on his Idaho religious community on top of a mountain.

They show a scene where a debunker (who supposedly works for the Pentagon) uses the No Plane At The Pentagon theory to completely discredit and upset a well-meaning 9/11 truth enthusiast.

It seemed to me that they were working overtime to push home the meme that anyone whos into conspiracy theories is definitely weird or a bit crazy at the very least.

I dont think I liked the film.

“The greatest purveyor of violence in the world today -- my own government.” -Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dont preach it, just mention it :)

I didn't care for it either


Filmmakers on Alex Jones

Wasted opportunity

The filmmakers could have done an honest examination of globalized power structures, but instead they used the moniker "New World Order" as a pretext for following around a few paranoid delusionals and Alex Jones (who has his moments of nuttery).

Obviously, there is some concentration of power in the global financial system. That's no secret. And organizations such as CFR and Bilderberg play a role in global governance.

Films such as this, however, pander to the IFC's primarily liberal constituency, which opposes "globalization" but thinks right-wing dissidents who talk about the "New World Order" are total nutbags. There is a grain of truth in the film, but it gets lost in the details of the people it profiles, and it ignores the substantial amount of publicly available information that the 9/11 Commission was compromised. In that sense, the film is a wasted opportunity.


That was way more eloquence than Im capable of :)

“The greatest purveyor of violence in the world today -- my own government.” -Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dont preach it, just mention it :)