A History of Government Sponsored Terrorism

Terrorstorm - A History of Government Sponsored TerrorismA filmmaker who is well known for his criticism of the methodology which drives some governments to respond to terrorist attacks by ramping up their combative rhetoric and sending soldiers into battle, Alex Jones takes a closer look at such tragedies as the bombings in London and Madrid to explore how these issues may be better solved by choosing to fight back with peace instead of bombs.

Throughout history, criminal elements inside governments have carried out terror attacks against their own populations as a pretext to enslave them.

TerrorStorm reveals how, in the last hundred years, Western leaders have repeatedly murdered their own citizens while posing as their saviors.

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15 Comments / User Reviews

  1. Lin

    I think a lot of people are missing the point. They just can't believe that thier America has become such a cesspool. Whether you like Alex jones or not, facts are facts. The days of innocence are over. Snap out of it. Do your own research. But don't ignore the canary. Time to take your mind back before it's too too late

  2. Travis

    oh cmon, give alex jones a break. At least he has enthusiasm for his cause. lets not forget that enthusiasm for beliefs was shared by all founding fathers of this country, so much so that alexander hamilton died as a result of a duel. How can you not be upset knowing that the people who are running this country are lying people who Cant Understand Normal Thinking (notice the acronym).

    If you wanna hate, look at mr dick C. yeah he is calm, in a cool and calculated way the exudes pure evil.

    At least respect the fact that jones brings on many pertinent experts. Alex jones does spend money making these films and demonstrating, so what if he wants to sell a dvd for nominal fee, at least he distributes the digital copy freely.

  3. Aubi Faedra

    This is an accurate chilling and well made documentary, a pearl before swine, looking at the flouridated conspiracy theorists comments here.

  4. Aerovinh

    agree this guy alex jones is bad, even on good topic and interesting cases he is doing bad job as reporter/ documenter or what his job title is, and his voice is annoying, why not talks normally.

  5. Pythus

    when i saw that guys face first scene i shut it off. perhaps this documentary has some truth to it, but alex jones is a terrible salesman. i cant buy into anything associated with that nutcase. he needs to tone his ass down if he wants to convince anyone of anything.

  6. Dean Edgington

    take alex jones with a big pinch of salt. he wants to sell you fear and many other products available on his web site (at a massive, profiteering premium). He's a modern day "tv evangelists" type trying to fleece his audience and he's winning, he's doing well, he's taking your hard earned cash and enriching his massive and ever growing ego. He's a super-cnut.

    1. Greg_Mc

      Alex Jones's ego is beyond massive, and he is a cnut. But as Stewie and brian from Family Guy say when refering to a cnut, "with a capital C".

      Not sure if I have seen this doc or not, and considering it is done by Alex Jones I don't know if I want to watch it. I used to find him entertaining and actually thought he was fighting the good fight and knew what he was talking about. He does make some good points from time to time, but the volume with which he says everything plus the way he actually speaks and carries himself really take away from anything good he may be saying. He is hard to take serious and I like your "Modern day TV Evangelist" tag as it really does describe him well.

      Just noticed the title of this doc (I had only read the description of it till now) and it is an older doc that I tried to watch a couple of years ago. So i will pass on it, but I want to pass on something I read a year or two ago.

      This is conspiracy at it's best, or paranoia. Cannot remember where I read it or who said it but really that doesn't matter, it is what was said that was interesting if not unbelievable. The statement in the article was talking about how the US Gov. or non-conspiracy groups were planting people in the chat rooms, comment sections of docs such as this, news groups etc. These people's goal was to after being part of the group for a while so slowly and with simple innocent looking comments plant a seed of doubt and get people talking about that. The reasoning for this was to obviously put doubt in some minds but also to start some infighting disrupting the groups coherence. The oddest thing that was said was that Alex Jones is one of these plants, he isn't around to break up consiracy theorists (a term I Fing hate) but to control (influence is a better word) what people are talking about or telling people what Gov activity they should be concerned with thereby leading them away from what they should really be concerned with (whatever that is). It sounds far fetched but I thought I would mention it, and also agree with Dean in that he is getting rich off of all this. Can you say hypocrite?

  7. Zubair Ahmed

    what the hell is CIA sustained by US tax payers money, serving the Corporates?,really pathetic, it should b e renamed as Corporation Intelligence Agency.

  8. BreakE

    that sounds interesting

  9. BreakE

    in new and it sounds interesting

  10. menelik1&2

    alex is annoying,still he is on too something too much evidence.If it were you or I with this evidence against us you would be in the electric chair.Peace

  11. A Chanz

    Every entity that has influential element is owned by the System, Federal Reserve that is. Regardless they are Democrat or Republican, Denomination of religion, private or state owned universities. All medias and Unions, associations of all walks of life and Hollywood of course.
    They have off spring to IMF and the world bank looping up small countries and Europe... and what we witnessed in Europe on the news is going to happen here very soon!
    And still there are people think everything is ok! That's like falling off of the Empire State building and as you're passing the 86 floor looking through the window and say "look I'm still ok"

  12. Valhalla

    People still believe religion is dangerous when it comes to brainwashing and influencing people. That may be so, to some extend but there is a new player in town and it's called MEDIA ! With the "right" content and presentation,an entire nation ca be held hostage to a certain agenda and beliefs.
    Mass media sold globally the lie about the necessity of invading Iraq, as if it was the gospel. Everyone bought into it. People were genuinely scared that Saddam might bomb them in their beds all the way across the Atlantic.
    They could package a pile of s**t and tell you for 12 months straight on the 6 o'clock news that it was gold and in the end you will not only believe it was, but you'll want to buy some of it too. Like I said...the new player in town, not reporting the news...manufacturing and manipulating "the news".

  13. A Chanz

    Reason many Americans don't believe in the truth:


    If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, is it not possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without their knowing about it?

    THE conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized.

    Edward Bernays

  14. neillfitz

    Please tell me you guys don't buy this bs, I couldn't get past the Mosedegh bullocks. "he got rid of the communists, then nationalized the oil".