I just watched the documentary. There was a fundamental flaw in how it portrayed it's message. It kept speaking of being owned and controlled by the government and how the people will eventually revolt. It used the occupy protest, European protests, Santiago, Egypt, etc... But all these people want government run programs and benefits, which is contrary to their intended message. It also was more anti-business and bordered the line of condoning a "fair-share" approach of government.
It was all over the place and sent some very confusing mixed messages. No government control of the internet, but want government control wall street and businesses. It talks of revolution and destroying big business, but speaks of well paying jobs and government benefits.
Won't you be more owned and operated and controlled when your well being and livelihood is given to you?
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