You want us to stand down. You want us to back off. You want us to shut up while our country and our sovereignty and our borders and everything we've ever been and everything we'll ever be is being destroyed. You got the nerve to call us traitors and call us conspiracy theorists just because we're informed.
You knowingly lie to your audience and you knowingly try to keep them from the truth and you try to keep them from learning the serious peril this nation and this planet is in. All these people do have is hurt. That's all the New World Order is. That's all there ever going to be.
Alex Jones, a celebrity radio host, and underground cult hero, is the main character of the film. The film chronicles Alex and four other conspiracy theorists, on their ceaseless quests to expose the "massive global conspiracy" that they believe threatens the future of humanity.
Of all the hundreds of sources, really thousands total out there, Alex is the big thing that it all orbits around, which he hates. So many people say Alex Jones has this belief system about global order. They write thousands of text books and documents on it, but Alex Jones claims he's not the one who has this belief system in a New World Order.
People are moving to Costa Rica. Hollywood's all running down there building armored compounds. The rich are all moving to the Cook Islands in New Zealand. What's going on? What do they have planned for this country? Why are they building FEMA Camps? Does that mean in two years from now they would have used them? Alex says he doesn't know, but the point is they're building it.
These five conspiracy theorists are leaving Austin, Texas traveling up to Dallas to the site of the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy. It's not a wonderful beautiful place; it's a horrible place where the military industrial complex murdered the last real president in broad daylight in front of everyone. They're going back to the birthplace of what you could call the conspiracy culture.
They're standing there in the center lane of Elm Street exactly where the presidential limousine was and if you turn and look up at the 6 foot windows, what was the school book depository, you'll see that you can't get a line of sight because a tree intervenes. You can't make the shot.