Ethos Genesis

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This film by Pete McGrain reiterates the need for a paradigm shift in the way we live our lives, spend our money, and consume products if we intend to have a sustainable future for generations to come.

Pete explores the topics of democracy, the dark, sordid history of the Federal Reserve and the elitist, banking cartel that really runs the Reserve and their subsequent major influence on Government. Explored is the banking cartel’s quest for world domination through inextinguishable debts owed to the Reserve by Government, and the trickle effect it has on a taxed, and already struggling, society in a pitiful attempt to assuage these unimaginable figures.

We learn of the twisted connection between the media and the world’s top corporations, through the use of propaganda meant to justify wars and the invasion of foreign territories, under the guise of patriotism and freedom. The trillion dollar industry that is war is explored, as we learn of the unthinkable profits that war gains these big corporations – the same 1% that runs the Federal Reserve. We learn the truth behind the Iraq, Afghanistan and Middle East invasions, and the not so ironic interest in the oil and natural gas resources in those regions.

This film features footage depicting top brass officials like Barack Obama, Hilary Clinton, John McCain, and George Bush, to name a few, becoming tangled in their own web of lies, deceit, and contradiction. Interviews from the likes of Noam Chomsky, Michael Moore, Howard Zinn, and Aaron Russo, lead you the viewer to reconsider some of the pressing issues and concepts outlined in this documentary as conspiracy realities as opposed to theories.

By the end of the film, McGrain outlines the irrefutable fact that the power ultimately lies in the hands of the people. Ultimately, the people have the spending power, the consumer power, and ultimately the power to move to a more sustainable way of living. The people have the choice of renewable energy versus non-renewable resources, supporting local banks and credit unions versus big banks owned and run by the 1%, local organic food sources versus harmful GMO products, and a plethora of other means of boycott.

Join Pete McGrain on this wild ride as he uncovers the dark truths behind the Government, Federal Reserve, unjustifiable wars, and many more heinous crimes against humanity, and what we as a society can do to preserve and secure our own future. All these things and more are explored in Ethos Genesis.

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