The documentary, Everything is a Rich Man's Trick, just recently came to my attention. http://everythingisarichmanstrick.webs.com/watch-video

British Historian, Francis Richard Conolly, produced this exceptional in-depth work in 2014 during saner times for us president-wise. We owe Mr. Conolly a debt of gratitude for his selfless and monumental effort to lend us a hand in the great awakening of this country. In my opinion, every American of highschool age and beyond should watch this.

It's 3.5 hours long so buckle-up! You're sure to find it fascinating as you brush up on history (some of which you never knew) and connect the dots while arming yourself with much needed information about some of our institutions and importantly about the American Dynasties/Oligarchs, etc. that currently have a stranglehold on our government.

Though 3 hours of the documentary dwells on the particulars of the JFK assassination and the salient aspects leading up to it, Conolly also touches on later events. With regards to JFK, he not only nails the circumstances as well as the myriad conspirators in the death of a beloved president, he also demystifies the more common and distracting falsehoods intended to derail all serious sleuthing.

Likely there are a few comments late in the documentary that will not be widely accepted and frankly I wish hadn't been included. Remember that he produced this in 2014. But a good 95% of all of Mr. Conolly's findings seems spot-on, so power through even if finding yourself in disagreement with some content.

Be advised that several other low-quality, low-truth documentaries will pop up with this exact or similar title intended to detract from the facts offered in this work. Apparently Conolly hopes to produce a follow up documentary with American support.

http://everythingisarichmanstrick.webs.com/watch-video

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zapdam. 5 days 17 min ago
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OK so i watched , ALL three hours and it was very very interesting and much of it historically factual. The 'documentary' is at times so unnerving that you wonder if the documentary itself is a conspiracy perpetrated by the very wealthy to make you believe in nothing, as the three hours quite convincingly teardown virtually every belief you have in society. Definitely worth watching though.

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zapdam. 5 days 17 min ago
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OK so i watched , ALL three hours and it was very very interesting and much of it historically factual. The 'documentary' is at times so unnerving that you wonder if the documentary itself is a conspiracy perpetrated by the very wealthy to make you believe in nothing, as the three hours quite convincingly teardown virtually every belief you have in society. Definitely worth watching though.

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