This review from our Red Pill Documentaries page covers Police State 4-The Rise of FEMA which was released in 2010. The Rise of FEMA is the latest version of the Alex Jones Police State documentaries, and centers around the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
In this film Jones points out that this government agency has been building internment camps all over the United States, for purposes that include detention of U.S. citizens. The film also shows the executive orders, which allows FEMA to suspend the bill of rights and place us under martial law with no authority from Congress.
Jones jam-packs this documentary with tons of great information regarding the loss of our rights and freedoms. He also gives us government documents that show for a fact that through executive order after executive order following 911, our Bill of Rights has been completely dismantled. The fact that the film shows the government’s own documents and gives the viewers the government’s own web sites where they can research this information, makes it a must watch for anybody who still believes that our government upholds the Constitution.
Jones points to many recent incidences wherein the U.S military was used against our fellow citizens, including the disarmament of the citizens of Louisiana following hurricane Katrina. The very fact that our soldiers have busted into our homes and forcefully taken our weapons is an act of war and must not be tolerated.
Any soldier who acts out against his own people is a traitor and guilty of the worst kind of treason. Anybody who believes that following orders excuses them from wrong, needs to look into the Nuremburg Trials and see what happens to soldiers who betray the citizens of their country.
Jones also points out the use of our military to break up peaceful protests being performed by law abiding citizens. It really blows me away too see U.S. soldiers standing against their own people. Are they so brainwashed that they will follow orders to the point of attacking what they have sworn to defend? Do they not understand that the American people have the right to protest?
Perhaps we should request that our soldiers read our Constitution and Bill of Rights, so they will know what they are swearing to uphold.