Filmed in Merthyr Tydfil, August 5th 2014, Format PAL: 16:9, Region Free
In July and August 2014 Richard D. Hall toured the UK lecturing on a range of subjects including media subversion. In this 2 ½ hour DVD box set Richard illustrates some very sinister practices being used within our media to subvert and demoralise society. The most innocent of TV programmes contain subversive content, which Richard argues have been constructed deliberately to dumb down the public in order to make them politically impotent. Richard has recently launched a 4 hour documentary about the Madeleine McCann case, with which he uses to illustrate the hapless, but at the same time subtly manipulative mainstream media’s coverage of this issue. Also discussed in this talk are the government’s new plans to make unnecessary draconian laws to tackle the manufactured issue of “modern slavery”. This is a classic Hegelian dialectic, and the new laws are soon to be rammed through parliament by our zombiefied politicians, who have no clue as to what is really going on. As explained in the DVD’s the law is probably being brought in to further damage trust between individuals, and therefore make society more demoralised and controllable.
In part 2 Richard explores evidence of a secret space programme. It might surprise you to learn that NASA has nothing to do with the real exploration of space. The NSA and secret sections of the US Air Force have been developing secret spacecraft and secret satellites since at least the 1960’s. The technology which exists behind closed doors is alleged to make the space shuttle look like an antique. One of the secret spacecraft, the TR3B is alleged to operate using a plasma accelerator, which generates a magnetic vortex field of such intensity that it affects the surrounding gravitational field, thus aiding its propulsion. Richard compares what is already known about magnetic fields and plasmas and asks the question, does it seem likely that plasma could be used for propulsion. The findings are remarkable.
Approx Running Time : 150 minutes
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