My next review from our Red Pill Documentaries page is The New American Century. This film was created in 2009 by Massimo Mazzucco, and covers the Project for the New American Century and the people behind this absurdly evil plan.
Many people in this country have heard of The Project for the New American Century (PNAC), but I do not believe that a majority of those people truly understand the goals of this project. After watching this film it becomes obvious that PNAC was nothing more than a push to transform our nation into a one that uses military force to rule the world.
The film shows how the leaders of PNAC, namely: Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Paul Wolfowitz have succeeded in progressing their project thanks to the “attacks” on September 11, 2001. Mazzucco also points out that the plans to invade Afghanistan were on the president’s desk on September 10, 2001, to be signed upon his return from Florida.
In this documentary Mazzucco also shows how our government has either had prior knowledge of or taken part in every “attack” upon our country going back to the Spanish-American War, or in the case of the Gulf of Tonkin incident (which led our nation into Vietnam) The government simply made the whole thing up.
The film also shows the atrocities that have taken place due to the unjust wars that our nation has been waging around the world. This includes video footage that shows that our soldiers have been turned into heartless murdering monsters preying upon innocent civilians, and receive great enjoyment out of the torture of defenseless human beings.
I have, in the past, felt sorry for our brothers and sisters in arms, considering them victims of a corrupt system; however after watching the footage in this film I now am of the opinion that any who participated in the torture or murder of Iraqi civilians, or stood silently by while these horrifying actions were taking place, are not absolved from their crimes because they were following orders. The crimes that some of our soldier have committed in our name are in my opinion unforgivable.