Review of The War on Democracy

Posted: October 9, 2007 in Review
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New film from award-winning documentary maker John Pilger which suggests that, far from bringing
democracy to the world as it claims, the US is doing its best to stifle its progress.
Talking exclusively to American government officials, including agents who reveal for the first
time on film how the CIA ran its war in Latin America in the 80s, Pilger argues that true popular
democracy is more likely to be found among the poorest in Latin America, whose movements are often
ignored in the West.


My views:

Holy shit this was an eye opener I knew that the US was corrupting and destroying other countries but I didn´t know it was this bad… It made me really pissed off because that they do this without any care for the people in Latin America and the rest of the world is just standing around doing nothing about it.

I really hope you see this because you really need to know whats going on in the world, if we the people are ever going to save this little planet, we can´t rely on that the politicians will do it for us, so we need to educate ourself so if the government fails we can take over and run it the way we think is right.

As V for “V for Vendetta” said:

People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people.

On Video Google.


WOG out.


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