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Oligarchy and Zionism

Oligarchy and Zionism

A Feature film by Béatrice Pignède

Produced by Clap 36

Release in France : 22/05/2013


    Is the "New World Order" a recent project like the mainstream media would have us believe, or is it inspired by more ancient aims? What in particular are its ties with Zionism and 17th century Christian reformism, which explain much about the current osmosis between Israel and the United States? This film endeavors to relate the project of this internationalist oligarchy, which has confiscated democracy and people's sovereignty to the benefit of a caste, by questioning its origins and its networks-lobbies, but, above all, by showing its flaws. The financial oligarchy wants to drown the world in chaos, blood and warfare, and goes about this through its game of repeated provocations and counterprovocations. This tactic will help to deflect attention from the extremely serious collapse of their system and to stifle any questioning that could change the order. Far from being a fatalistic and omnipotent vision of these banksters, this documentary shows their failure, which is not only moral, but ideological and strategic, opening up new paths toward a global balance that is fairer and already underway.


    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producer :

    Clap 36

    French distribution :

    Clap 36

    Photos (14)

    Full credits (5)

    Directors of Photography :

    Béatrice Pignède, Jean-Sébastien Farez, Sylvia Page, Jonathan Moadab

    Music Composer :

    Gilad Atzmou

    Participant :

    Alain Soral

    Editor :

    Béatrice Pignède

    Sound Mixer :

    Jean-Luc Lhoste

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    Feature film

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    Runtime :

    1 h 35 min

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