Here’s an oldie but goodie: America… Freedom to Fascism by filmmaker Aaron Russo, who was a manager for Bette Midler, and produced her movie The Rose, as well as Trading Places with Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy.
This documentary is about the fallacies of the Federal Reserve Bank, the income tax law, as well as touching on several other new world order agendas.
I have to say that I’m not 100% convinced that Aaron Russo wasn’t a controlled opposition gatekeeper. He may well have been part of the club, sent out to make this movie to appease the conspiracy (I hate that word) crowd, and make them think that someone is on their side. The movie could also serve as gate-keeping in the sense of admitting something (i.e., that the IRS is a criminal enterprise) that almost everybody already knows, and then revealing just a little bit more, but then stopping short of revealing the more sinister agendas and practices of the elite.
(There are some red flags regarding Russo as possibly being controlled opposition that I should mention here: his running of a dance club in Chicago at an early age; his ability to book high-profile musical acts to play at his club at that early age, including dark occult and military asset groups such as The Who, CIA created The Grateful Dead, and dark occult-devil worshipping-Aliester Crowley idolizing Led Zeppelin; his Hollywood connections and award-winning Hollywood career; his friendship with Nick Rockefeller; his candidacy for governor of Nevada; his very well-produced “libertarian” special “Mad As Hell,” in which former FBI agent, satan worshipper, Noreen Gosch handler, Michael Aquino pal, and controlled opposition asset Ted Gunderson happened to be in the audience for that taped special (how the hell does that happen?); his interview with controlled opposition radio host Alex Jones. And there are other red flags. You may ask, if Russo is controlled opposition, then why are you presenting his documentary here? I’m actually asking myself that same question right now.)
Then again, Russo may have been genuine. I don’t know, and I can’t possibly say for sure because I didn’t know him. It’s hard to know for sure about people when you only know them through the internet.
Nevertheless, this still packs a wallop, and so here it is if you’ve never seen it before, or if you want to watch it again…