Alright, to what extent do you advocate for its thoughts?
Very little. Conspiracy theories do not hold water. For example, the movie tries to argue that Christianity is a pagan religion. To make this point, the movie introduces a great deal of connections between pagan traditions and Christian tradition. What they miss is that religion evolves - Christianity isn't pagan, it is influenced by pagan faiths.
I appreciate the willingness to question and seek truth, but the attempt to establish some broad conspiracy is, at the very least, misleading.
Did you know RFID chips are passive. It wouldn't be a stretch.
Some are passive (have no internal power supply) and some are active.
And I don't believe the totalitarian stuff but it did teach me one thing. Something has got to be done about the federal reserve system.
This is why these movies can be dangerous. It is my opinion that the US has experienced a shift towards totalitarianism. This is a process that takes time. I do not see the shift as part of some larger conspiracy.
But, yeah, the Fed is a scary system.
And I do believe that 911 was staged. I mean that titanium stuff on the attack on the pentagon seemed the most obvious, and my dad thought it was pretty conclusive, considering he is an aerospace engineer.
There are some fishy details. That's certain. Me, I'm not convinced it was the government, nor am I convinced it was a terrorist organization. I simply do not know one way or the other. Then again, given my deeply rooted criticism of the government, and my criticisms of terrorist organizations, either way I'm not exactly fond of the culprit.
But still... your thoughts? Canada's future is held through the union so its all good.
No one can predict the future. Canada has a lot going for it, and many serious issues to be addressed. Who knows what will happen. All you can do is try to work for the best as best you can.
To regurgitate Candide's famous advice - cultivate your garden.