The Movie is a film by Peter Joseph presenting a number of conspiracy theories. Part I claims that the Christian religion is mainly derived from other religions, astronomical assertions, astrological myths, and other traditions. In furtherance of the Jesus myth hypothesisthis part disputes the historicity of Jesuswho, it claims, is a literary and astrological hybrid, nurtured by political forces and opportunists. Part I was influenced by the work of Acharya S.
The Movie is a film by Peter Joseph presenting a number of conspiracy theories.
Part I claims that the Christian religion is mainly derived from other religions, astronomical assertions, astrological myths, and other traditions.
In furtherance of the Jesus myth hypothesisthis part disputes the historicity of Jesuswho, it claims, is a literary and astrological hybrid, nurtured by political forces and opportunists.
Part I was influenced by the work of Acharya S. Part II alleges that the September 11 attacks were either orchestrated or allowed to happen by elements within the United States government in order to generate mass fear, justify the War on Terrorprovide a pretext for the curtailment of civil libertiesand produce economic gain.
It asserts that the U. Part III states that the Federal Reserve System is controlled by a small cabal of international bankers who conspire to create global calamities to enrich themselves. The film asserts that such wars serve to sustain conflict in general and force the U. The film also claims that the Federal Income Tax is illegal.
Government's income tax is unconstitutional. The film speculates that under such a government, every human could be implanted with an RFID chip to monitor individual activity and suppress dissent. Reception The first film received almost universal condemnation from the media, though it also "attracted massive interest" from the public.
The Movie as "a bramble of conspiracy theories involving Sept. The film is an interesting object lesson on how conspiracy theories get to be so popular It's a driven, if uneven, piece of propagandaa marvel of tight editing and fuzzy thinking.
Its on- camera sources are mostly conspiracy theorists, co-mingled with selective eyewitness accounts, drawn from archival footage and often taken out of context.
It derides the media as a pawn of the International Bankers, but produces media reports for credibility when convenient.
The film ignores expert opinion, except the handful of experts who agree with it. And yet, it's compelling. It shamelessly ploughs forward, connecting dots with an earnest certainty that makes you want to give it an A for effort.
The Movie threatens to become the champion of conspiracy theories of today". He argues that this belief, coupled with a "clicker culture of mass media," results in a multitude of various truth claims packaged in " infotainment units", in the form of films such as Zeitgeist and Loose Change.
While parts of the film are, she says, "comically" self-defeating, the nature of "twisted evidence" and use of Madrid bomb footage to imply it is of the London bombings amount to "ethical abuse in sourcing".
She finishes her analysis with the comment: Unfortunately, this material is liberally—and sloppily—mixed with material that is only partially true and much that is plainly and simply bogus.
Mark Foreman of Liberty University. The Movie as being "steeped in far-rightisolationist, and covertly anti-Semitic conspiracy theories," claiming that the film borrowed from the work of Eustace MullinsLyndon LaRoucheand radio host Alex Jones, and that it portrays a cabal of international bankers purportedly ruling the world.
He argued they are merely a product of a socioeconomic system in need of change. If one weren't paying close attention, the effect would be to confer the status and authority of TV news upon the words being spoken. Even when quotes or sound bites are attributed to a source, there's no way to tell if they are quoted correctly or in context.
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