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  • Directors: Alex Jones
  • Producers: Alex Jones, Sacred Cow Productions
  • Format: NTSC, Color, Widescreen
  • Region: All Regions
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000RMOF8O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,564 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Evil has spread across the land. Martial Law: 9/11 Rise of the Police State exposes the high-tech control grid that is being set up across America Out of the ashes of the September 11th tragedy, a dark empire of war and tyranny has risen. The Constitution has been shredded and America is now a Police State. This film exposes not just who was behind the 9-11 attacks, but the roots and history of its orchestrators.

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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By B. LAWS VINE VOICE on October 2, 2007
This was the first Alex Jones documentary I watched, and I haven't been the same since.

The documentary starts off with excellent coverage of the 2004 Republican National Convention protests. In various scenes, Jones is threatened with arrest for simply filming, even though he has a press pass. He also interviews several protestors. Some are well-informed, but some are still clearly stuck in the false left/right paradigm, especially when Jones confronts a couple communist groups, with one of their members accusing Jones of being a Nazi and a capitalist, even when Jones shows that communism was created by the central bankers to "con the serfs back into serfdom." In fact, one communist even says it's too bad Stalin didn't kill Jones.

The film moves on to an expose of filmmaker Michael Moore. In this part, Jones shows that "Fahrenheit 9/11" is actually a whitewash of what really happened on 9/11, showing that Moore was more interested in showing footage of Bush playing golf and being an "idiot elf" than asking the really hardcore 9/11 questions. In fact, Jones confronts Moore and asks him why he didn't talk about NORAD standing down on 9/11, and Moore's reply was "that would be un-American," clearly showing that Moore is just a puppet used to keep people in the false left/right paradigm.

Next, Jones does a great expose of what happened to WTC Building 7, even showing PBS footage of WTC complex owner Larry Silverstein who admitted that the building was destroyed by controlled demolition. Jones also exposes Silverstein's motives on 9/11, which was mainly a $7 billion insurance settlement.

Jones later covers the RNC, showing a montage of neocon elites using "terrorism" and "terrorists" as their main talking points.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Dowell on June 9, 2009
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This video is not bad. Of course what Alex Jones video couldn't go w/o him spinning off into one of his rants. He does it a few times in this one. Most of the info he gives is right on target. Other stuff (if you excercise discernment) he just flat out pulls out of his butt. Overall still pretty accurate video & has actual footage w/ no drive by media filtering to cover anything up. A pretty good video. A good watch.
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By NATHONLAND on May 20, 2014
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Everyone knows that the world is going through serious turmoil. Watch this, and become aware of just why that is.
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Alex Jones Martial Law 9-11: Rise of the Police State is the best documentary film ever made
by Alex Jones. The film is very powerful and I would recommend this film to anyone wanting
to be educated.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Howard M. Kindel on July 3, 2010
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Alex Jones is probably the foremost shotgun documentarian in the world today: he throws everything at you, all at once. This makes for an interesting watch - but also a frustrating watch. Because, at the end of the day, even a conspiracy buff needs to be able to distinguish what's important, even fearful, from what's merely trivial. Now he may well be suggesting that all these things are intricately inter-related; and that you need to be aware of all of them to make sense of any of them. But he doesn't really say so; it's only their proximity in his documentaries that infers a connection. So while it's certainly interesting to learn all about the so-called "Secret Societies" that supposedly control those who run real societies as if they were merely pawns in some great international conspiracy aimed at bringing about a one-world government, it's doubtful if these Societies have anywhere near as great an impact on the day to day business of running the nations of the world as Mr Jones would suggest. And, unless you happen to believe the biblical Armageddon myth, the idea of a one-world government may not be as bad as Mr Jones clearly thinks it would. The world might even be a better place without the dozens of nation-states all competing with one another for supremacy.

Another thing you quickly discern from any Alex Jones documentary is his obsession with some sinister, all-powerful entity which threatens to turn the entire world into a slave state - or, as he might put it, a "Prison Planet." In his "Endgame" it was the Bilderberg Group; in his "Martial Law: Rise of the Police State" it is the Illuminati - specifically as manifested through something called Bohemian Grove.
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