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(222) 6.8 106 min 2016

Revelation: Dawn of Global Government is a movie starring Chuck Baldwin, Jerry Boykin, and Mark Collins. Looming world government, a world "elite", The United Nations...loss of American sovereignty! The light of our "shining city on...

Starring
Mark Collins, Jerry Boykin, Charlie Daniels, Chuck Baldwin
Genres
Documentary
Director
Chuck Untersee

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Chuck Untersee
Writer Chuck Untersee
Stars Mark Collins, Jerry Boykin, Charlie Daniels, Chuck Baldwin
Country USA
Also Known As Behold a Pale Horse: America's Last Chance
Runtime 1H 46M
Description Looming world government, a world "elite", The United Nations...loss of American sovereignty! The light of our "shining city on the hill" dims. Dissecting America under judgment, Lieutenant General William Boykin and Alex Jones join Charlie Daniels in a primer for the uninitiated on The New World Order with Biblical perspective. The global feudal police state unfolds...We were born for such a time as this!

Top reviews

Monday, 15 Jun 2020 21:02

This was very interesting, and I just happened to come across this movie on a rerun of Channel 4's documentaries. I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did, but I actually found it to be really good. It's got a lot of good points, and I'm not sure what it is I found so bad about it, but the major problems are that it makes a couple of points on its own, and it talks about a lot of really important issues. It's not really a serious look at global government, it's more of a look at the effects of big business, and how they can affect a whole nation. The part I found the most irritating about this movie is the way the people interviewed were treated, so that's why I think it's not a very interesting movie. I think it would have made a much better documentary if they had just done the same thing as in this movie, but instead of just doing a documentary about global government, they'd done a documentary about the dangers of Big Business, and talked about the effect of business on the American public. I'd like to think the documentary makers would have done a better job at this, but I don't think they could have. In fact, I think they'd probably have given themselves more of a problem, because they would have been going around talking about a whole series of really important topics and not the problems that they were trying to get across. It was a good movie, but it's not going to make you think too much about what you're going to see in the future, and that's fine with me.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 02:07

Great documentary, I like the way you draw the timeline through the various revelations of the media companies who are in bed with the powers that be. There are so many in-depth interviews with mainstream media executives and other in-the-know people who have knowledge of the money-making agenda that the news is serving up to the masses. Most of them are skeptical that globalists, the elites, are truly out to have us believe what we are being fed. I wish that they would stick to showing the blatant double-standards of the news when it comes to sensationalism. Many interviews are drawn-out and do not make much sense to the viewer, which is probably a good thing. In any case, if you watch the film you will find out that even the mainstream media has a secret agenda. The internet is very revealing, and so are the Internet memes. The whole idea behind globalism is that they are doing this for the greater good, and they are all the better for it. The media is one of the most powerful tools they have used to promote this agenda. They have made the world a bigger place by propagating lies. The MSM is the lynchpin of this global agenda. If they fail to have it their way, the other powers that be will find ways to distort the truth in order to keep it in their favor. They have power over the other powers that be, and they use their power to control the media. We are heading into the next phase of the globalist agenda. Their plans have been explained. There will be many revelations in the future, so keep watching. This is a very good film, and it is sure to be watched by many. It is important to understand that if you stop believing in a conspiracy, your worldview is not changed, but in fact they are doing this for the greater good of mankind, and that they are making a better world. Don't fall into the trap of conspiracy theorizing and trusting the media.
Sunday, 24 May 2020 03:20

The movie depicts an aspect of the current global politics that is perhaps most poorly understood. The narrative is in the form of a confession of the real reasons behind the disasters we are witnessing. Perhaps one of the most powerful scenes is the one between a leader of the leader of the top drug cartel, being accused of misusing the drug trade and the son of the world's biggest drug dealer, being interviewed about his uncle, a drug trafficker from another country, and the father speaking about the drugs he was forced to sell to feed his family. This scene would have been powerful had it been a real man, or a real family. The scene should have been a tragedy. Instead, it is a confession of the reasons behind the current crisis of global politics. It is a powerful documentary that shows that the powers of the world are not very different from one another and can be harnessed to do evil in the name of profit. It would be great if the United States had a unified front with other countries in addressing the crisis of global politics. The point of the movie is not to reveal a conspiracy. It is to present the current problems of the world in a way that is at once emotional, insightful, and shocking. As a movie, it is very well done. It is a visual work that is powerful, moving, and disturbing. As a documentary, it is superb. The people interviewed are well represented. It is all the more powerful when it is presented in a context of how the current crisis in global politics is changing the future of the world. It is a powerful documentary that is well worth viewing.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 17:14

I didn't want to write a review but really needed to. The movie deals with a subject that is very important to me. I'm a believer in this type of idea that all governments have been created to serve the interests of certain groups. I believe it's called "domination" by force and manipulation. We don't need a dictator or a dictator in our government. We need to free ourselves and our families from this type of control. I believe that "In God We Trust" should be removed from every currency. It's based on a lie. We should be completely free from it. That way, we can fulfill our role in life. We should be honest with ourselves and our family and friends. Everyone should be able to think and say the truth. And I believe in freedom of speech. It's not a right to be offended. It's a right to have a voice. In the end, this movie is not just an attack on the military and the CIA. It's also an attack on the government of the United States. I was very disappointed in the way they presented this issue. I think the government should be more like the military. They should have a purpose. If a person doesn't want to help the country, he should go and talk to the neighbors and other citizens and make a plan to fix it. I also think that the media should not be involved in politics. It should only present information. I believe that the media has not been the only reason to support George W. Bush. I believe that all presidents should be "blind" to the power of the military and the CIA. This is a new type of tyranny. We should all be able to see it. This is a very important movie and it's a must see.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 03:49

This is a must watch! The second major movie that has been made by the new right wing authoritarian regime in Russia. It exposes the nefarious planning of the US government to destroy the government of Russia and to replace it with a corporate one. This movie also exposes the flaws in US government's national security and power of law enforcement agencies that are supposed to protect people. To this end it is filled with evidence that the US government is at the forefront of worldwide surveillance. The propaganda system is transparent as to what is going on and that we are being lied to. It is not secret anymore that government spies, including the CIA, are conducting secret surveillance of Americans. When they need access to that information, they use secret programs that cost millions of dollars. The most important thing to know about this film is that it is biased. Not just from US government but from all governments in the world. The movie includes footage from other countries including North Korea, Russia, and China. And even shows footage from people's homes in Russia, that are being turned into spying stations. What is worse, this film shows the US government engaging in secret spying without any real warrant and without the involvement of the courts. The only reason the movie exists is because the governments of other countries want to be informed about the activities of the US government. And this film gives a good report of what the US government is doing and does. It is also a warning that the US government is going to continue to engage in these activities until they are stopped.


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