Inside Job, Oscar-Winning Documentary, Now Online (Free)

Note: It looks like Internet Archive has removed this film after hosting it for some time. If it comes back online, we will let you know.

In late February, Charles Ferguson’s film – Inside Job – won the Academy Award for Best Documentary. And now the film documenting the causes of the 2008 global financial meltdown has made its way online (thanks to the Internet Archive). A corrupt financial industry, its corrosive relationship with politicians, academics and regulators, and the trillions of damage done, it all gets documented in this film that runs a little shy of 2 hours.

Inside Job (now listed in our Free Movie collection) can be purchased on DVD at Amazon. We all love free, but let’s remember that good projects cost real money to develop, and they could use real financial support. So please consider buying a copy.

Hopefully watching or buying this film won’t be a pointless act, even though it can rightly feel that way. As Charles Ferguson reminded us during his Oscar acceptance speech, we are three years beyond the Wall Street crisis and taxpayers (you) got fleeced for billions. But still not one Wall Street exec is facing criminal charges. Welcome to your plutocracy…



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  1. John says . . . | April 1, 2011 / 7:49 pm

    “We all love free, but let’s remember that good projects cost real money to develop, and they could use real financial support. So please consider buying a copy”

    Very well said, putting in my favorite.

  2. John says . . . | April 1, 2011 / 7:49 pm

    “We all love free, but let’s remember that good projects cost real money to develop, and they could use real financial support. So please consider buying a copy”

    Very well said, putting in my favorite.

  3. jdallcaps says . . . | April 2, 2011 / 8:12 am

    Very well done – its probably the best horror movie ever ;-) knowing that these acts of deception are possibly being committed not by scary looking zombies or monsters but perfectly respectable looking and sounding people who you meet, see, speak to. Acts that leave many of us penniless and them rich beyond dreams and beyond law. Thanks from bringing us the view from another perspective @jdallcaps

  4. anon says . . . | April 2, 2011 / 10:21 am

    That link is broken – seems it’s been moved here:

    http://www.archive.org/details/InsideJob2010

    At first I thought Dan was playing an April Fools joke. :)

  5. Open Culture says . . . | April 2, 2011 / 8:03 pm

    The link is now fixed. Thanks for the heads up. Why IA changed the link I have no idea.

  6. Lrry Keho says . . . | April 2, 2011 / 10:51 pm

    The banks were ordered by the progressives in the congress and the Clinton Administration to write mortgages to people who couldn’t afford them and who then bought them back through Fannie and Freddie. The leftys in the major banks were more than happy to do their perceived duty of redistributing the wealth that they so “cravenly” made in the 80′s, as long as the Feds would bail them out of things went bad. Something the Feds had telegraphed they would do during their bailouts of Wall Street during the Mexican and Asian currency crises.

    Your should read Architects of Ruin by Peter Schweizer. It lays out exactly who and how they are to blame.

  7. Grand Supercycle says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 3:56 am

    The global economic crisis is not past tense.

    It has much further to go and the March 2009 lows will be breached.

    Please be careful folks.

    stockmarket618.wordpress.com

  8. Anonymous says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 5:01 am

    Yes, and there was no such thing as the utterly unregulated, risk-soaked shadow banking system; and there were no banks and shills for banks lobbying for the elimination of all enforcement of underwriting standards; and there were no such things as liars’ loans; and there was no Ayn Rand acolyte at the Federal Reserve, worshiped by the right-wing business media, arguing that systemic risk was an impossibility in the wonderland of deregulated financial markets. Rather, there were just bad, black people and their liberal enablers, ruinin’ our ‘Merika.

    The life of a real ‘Merikan is simple, warm, uncomplicated — like living in the womb. Gubmit bad. Mama good. Liberal bad. Mama good. Derp! Derp!

  9. Motorhead says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 6:26 am

    Sorry, it’s difficult for me to believe anything narrated by Matt Damon. Stopped watching after a few minutes. Call me what you want but Matt Damon is an uber-Leftist hypocrite of the worst kind. He wouldn’t sign on to a movie like this unless it served some kind of political gain that he agreed with. I’m not excusing the Bush Administration, but I’d like to see a movie encompassing the 28 months of the Obama Administration that has brought us record deficits, record unemployment, longest jobless stretch since the 1930′s, record bank failures, record foreclosures, record trade deficits, record poverty rate, failing dollar, national poverty at record highest level, foreign policy disasters, record number of golf games played by a president, record death toll in Afghanistan, record number of food stamp recipients, consumer confidence at record lows, home values have fallen to Depression levels, record number of days spent abroad by a US President, record cost of living expense, over half the states suing to stop Obamacare, auto bailout money being used to build a plant in Mexico, War #3, trips to Brazil to award Soros-dominated Petrobas an oil rig contract so they can drill in the gulf and sell it to us and gas/food/clothing prices skyrocketing. That’s just for starters. I’ve got a lot more.

  10. favel says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 6:46 am

    I’m not by any chance trying to say Obama is efficient, but of course, Obama inherited the hot mess that Clinton was about to leave Bush, and that bubble that Bush created and let grow into a huge burst. Many right wing precepts, are plain ideology with no economics. It’s like a hot potato that ended up bursting in Obama’s hands. Also consider that many strategic industries in USA and abroad are highly dependent on record high global oil production, that were kept artificially low, as low as they will be for decades. Americans do need to understand that the average American Home is 3 to 6 times bigger than European or Japanese homes. Most Japanese do not use central heating, and most european homes were designed several decades before modern central heating was invented, America is just suffering from the consecuences of economic, ecologic, and urbanistic nightmares they inherited from the early 50′s, that worked through the era of cheap oil, but won’t do nowadays.

  11. Mike says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 7:57 am

    It’s pretty obvious you didn’t watch the film, Larry. Or else how would you account for the scene in which that famous lefty, George W. Bush, speaks glowingly about how low-income people in America can own their own homes? Thank you for the reading suggestion. If you ever have the time, I recommend you watch a film called “Inside Job.”

  12. Mike says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 8:18 am

    So, Motorhead, you admit you didn’t actually watch the film but you have a strong opinion about it?

    I can imagine your position on global warming: “Sorry, I haven’t read any of the data that has been compiled by thousands of scientists worldwide. Call me what you want, but that Al Gore fellow is an uber-Leftist hypocrite of the worst kind…”

  13. Anonymous says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 11:35 am

    Perhaps you should motor on over to some websites that will educate you as to what the actual federal spending numbers — the facts, as they say — reveal. Spending by the Bush criminal clan of tortures and extortionists set in fact RECORD DEFICITS. In fact, the economic meltdown that “has brought us record deficits, record unemployment, longest jobless stretch since the 1930′s, record bank failures, record foreclosures, record trade deficits, record poverty rate, failing dollar, national poverty at record highest level” ALL started under the Bush regime.

    THAT much well documented history should be comprehensible even to a motorhead. Though, maybe not.

  14. Anonymous says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 11:42 am

    Fanny and Freddy were late to the game, but of course such facts are very inconvenient to the historical fantasies you and others of your ilk require to maintain your illusions of conservative grandeur. Countrywide originated many, many, many more subprime mortgages. F and F came late, engaged in the same poor lending practices others had perfected, but on a much smaller scale. F and F didn’t engage in the buying and selling of the toxic CDO’s if I recall correctly, and it is the presence and scale in those toxic assets that has poisoned the global system to this day. They were the brainchild of private investors and managers, not the likes of F and F.

  15. Bob says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 3:13 pm

    Ha ha, brilliant. Motor head, that is easily the most clueless comment I’ve ever seen on the current state of affairs. Bravo. It would take thousands of words to explain all that you have got hopelessly wrong. But, yes, Matt Damon did narrate.

  16. Bob says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 3:13 pm

    Ha ha, brilliant. Motor head, that is easily the most clueless comment I’ve ever seen on the current state of affairs. Bravo. It would take thousands of words to explain all that you have got hopelessly wrong. But, yes, Matt Damon did narrate.

  17. L(0)7 says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 3:55 pm

    ”Good enough” would be a responce from anyone that has watched all of this take place from the back of this train wreck but, I was on the first car that left the track …so, this film ”scratches the surface” of a baby brain, it does not account for geo-politcal ”game theory” from the likes of the Larry Summers nigh at the Bernanke, roths child discount window.
    You know …that window of ”temptation” and the parable rooted in the prophetic strong delusion by which the grand chessboard architecture declares the false claim of dominion, producing the trumpet sound emminating from U.N. Z Big New World Order Moron proclaimning ”moral hazard” at the drive through for fast food.

    The revelation of the unbecoming host, marked sealed and having fallen for short term gain, is the open door for the pain of death …fallen first upon the lamb.
    One need only hear the want in the belly of the beast …after it’s teeth find no meat left in the field to sustain the silence.
    There are no leaves to heal such a cursed tree, the wind cries for beef chow mein from all it’s fruitless branches.
    Q Warren Zevon: Werewolves of London
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MRu8N2K0NY

  18. L(0)7 says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 4:44 pm
  19. Freethinking says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 6:10 pm

    I love post like this. It shows how utterly clueless and brainless people can be. 2 points
    1. Can you find the ” orders” and show the rest of us
    2. Three years in the crisis, can you point out how the republicans come up with any bills to regulate the banks??

  20. KyleNYC says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 6:35 pm

    Global Warming? See Piers Corbyn.

  21. Mark Bowen says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 7:26 pm

    Motorhead, I’m with you 100% except for the fact that where we find ourselves currently is beyond political ideologies. If you’d asked me just the other day if I agreed with Michael Moore on anything, I would have said no. However, I now know that when he says that 90% of this country’s wealth is currently controlled by the 1% at the top, he’s actually talking about the criminals on Wall Street who’ve obtained their wealth through fraud, political corruption on both sides of the aisle, and intimidation.
    Matt Damon is an entertaining actor, but he and I have nothing in common socio-politically. There are things that I semi-disagree with in this movie/documentary; for example, the ability of Wall Street to do what they did we must all admit really started with the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, created by a Democratically controlled Congress, and signed into Law by Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat. We must also admit to the role that the Carter Administration played with his signing into Law the Housing and Community Development Act of 1977, them move on the Clinton. In 1999 the Congress enacted and President Clinton signed into law the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, also known as the “Financial Services Modernization Act”. This law repealed the part of the Glass–Steagall Act that had prohibited a bank from offering a full range of investment, commercial banking, and insurance services since its enactment in 1933.
    It’s true that many Republicans are guilty of either complicity or complacency, and many more guilty of corraboration in all of the known frauds, but this documentary makes it seem as though it all started and ended with Republicans, when this is simply not true. Although there are a great many facts that are missing, and there is a clear political ideology seen throughout the film, I would still encourage you and everyone you know to watch it because what you will learn should force you to do your own research, and it may help you to understand that not all things are political in nature.

  22. Telder4 says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 7:27 pm

    what a complete moron

  23. Acmodspeialists says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 8:36 pm

    Motorhead, you are lost cause, BTW are a banker?

  24. Acmodspecialists says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 8:42 pm

    Motorhead, I also think you need to get educated and inform (i didn’t wanted to say you r ignorant) so i will recommend you some books, after you read at least one, then you can comment at the same level
    Books: 13 Bankers, All The Devils Are Here, The Great American Stick Up, The Big Short, theres many more excellent books that documented the bigest PONZI SCHEME ever perpetrated to the American People but these will do for now

  25. Acmodspecialists says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 8:42 pm

    Motorhead, I also think you need to get educated and inform (i didn’t wanted to say you r ignorant) so i will recommend you some books, after you read at least one, then you can comment at the same level
    Books: 13 Bankers, All The Devils Are Here, The Great American Stick Up, The Big Short, theres many more excellent books that documented the bigest PONZI SCHEME ever perpetrated to the American People but these will do for now

  26. Jorge Matsufuji says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 10:07 pm

    Hi, where I can find legal information that inside job movie is really is Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication as internet archive says. I just saw the movie and went to amazon to purchase it. Its triple AAA, just my opinion. ;-) But really I can belive, Sony is letting the movie been see or downloaded for free on the internet. Thanks.

  27. Jorge Matsufuji says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 10:07 pm

    Hi, where I can find legal information that inside job movie is really is Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication as internet archive says. I just saw the movie and went to amazon to purchase it. Its triple AAA, just my opinion. ;-) But really I can belive, Sony is letting the movie been see or downloaded for free on the internet. Thanks.

  28. JLAS says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 10:38 pm

    Thank you.

  29. NewbieJames says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 11:51 pm

    What is presented is good, and I support this film, except three problems. Soros, Barney Frank, and Dominique Strauss-Kahn(IMF) are part of the crooks. Give me a break.

    Also, important facts were omitted. The most glaring omission was that Peter Schiff, who far and away was the lead expert on the coming collapse, and sounded the loudest warning, was not interviewed, because he predicted the collapse on problems with the government, specifically the Federal Reserve. You heard in the film the 30:1 leverage. The Trillions that were flowing. Ask yourself: WHERE DID THE MONEY COME FROM? Peter Schiff would tell you. Fractional Reserve lending and fiat currency. Also, nowhere do you learn that Fannie and Freddie, which were more than half the problem (1 Trillion in losses) are quasi-government organizations pressured by Barney Frank to back sub prime loans. Peter Schiff would tell you. So these GLARING OMISSIONS are extremely dishonest. By the way, Frank Raines and Jamie Gorlick of Fannie made $52 million and $25 million while they destroyed the economy. They are high rollers with Clinton and Obama and Barney Frank.

    So I support the documentation of the FRAUD and the piss poor accounting standards. And many of these bankers should be jailed and their bonuses clawed back. But the hippo in the bath tub is the government, especially fiat money, and this was not addressed.

  30. NewbieJames says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 11:56 pm

    Ayn Rand acolyte at the Federal Reserve. ROFLMAO. Rand was one of the biggest opponents of the Fed. Yes, Greenspan started out as a gold bug Randite, but he jumped ship. I ask again, where did the bankers get the Trillions to place these bets? From the Fed.

  31. NewbieJames says . . . | April 3, 2011 / 11:57 pm

    Bush used the government to bail out the banks. He bragged about abandoning the free market to save the free market. What he meant to say was that he was abandoning the free market to save the banks, because the free market was busy bankrupting them.

  32. Englishvinal says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 12:03 am

    Has it possibly occured to you “Walkers” who are “doing your govt. assigned jobs and ARGUING back and forth about “Bush the smirking international criminal vs. Barry Soetoro the Communist dirty-leg fraud… and one being worse/better than the other….
    THAT THEY ARE 2 EGGS OUT OF THE SAME HEN?
    ..Take it back as far as you want… back to 1913 when the traitor whores in congress “voted” in the middle of the night to hand the control of the currency of the united States of America over to a PRIVATE foreign banking organization labeled “The Federal Reserve”…. ALL politicos are selling the people of this country down the river to eternal slavery while they drink the finest wines and eat cavier…..
    They are shouldering each other, both republicans and democrates out of the way to get a better position at the ever-filled PIG trough in Washington to suck up more of the “taxpayers” blood and bones.
    Wake up people….. there is NO difference. Either end of a vile diseased turd still stinks….

  33. NewbieJames says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 12:05 am

    So why again are the taxpayers already out $300 BILLION in bailing them out and why are projected losses for FNM and FRE $1 Trillion? And why were Republicans grilling Raines in 2005, with Barney protecting him?

  34. NewbieJames says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 12:06 am

    Ron Paul took the lead in the End the Fed campaign, which addresses the hippo in the bathtub this film ignored.

  35. Anonymous says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 12:33 am

    This sort of thinking also ignores completely the fact that the housing bubble extended to Europe and THAT had absolutely nothing to do with partisan politics in the US. For them, though, it is all politics, all the time and it is always the democrats fault… If Inside Job shows anything, it is the very non-partisan nature of accountability with regard to the crooks that made off with the loot. Calling up Ron Paul or his son Rand as prescient truth tellers is a crock as well.

  36. Anonymous says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 12:35 am

    Your partisanship blinds you.

  37. Anonymous says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 12:46 am

    Man, which is it? First you say “political corruption on both sides of the aisle,” then you say it was the democrats, then you say it was also the republicans, and then the film blames it all on the republicans…. Yeah, there is a clear political ideology that runs through the film… it is the one that describes the spectacular failure of deregulation and the failure to continue Glass-Steagal protections that allowed the wildly destabilizing effects of the crossover between commercial and investment banking and the wild west unregulated shadow banking industry.

    What happened is hardly partisan. The crisis unfolded as a result of the greed of highly motivated financial risk takers, without regard for their political allegiances and the movie certainly did portray it as such. You are projecting your own political bias on it, imho.

  38. Anonymous says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 12:55 am

    Your Ron and Rand Paulian, anti-Fed, fiat money conspiracy is a non-starter. You are undermining the full faith and credit of the US Government with such BS. Yes, we have a fiat currency. So what. The government accepts it in lieu of taxes, giving it value. Your conspiracy theories undermine the government. Just how patriotic is that? How credible is that?

  39. Haywood says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 1:53 am

    spoken like a government troll. no worries, your time will come….

  40. the3dolla says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 2:05 am

    NewbieJames, good info.

    That’s what I’m thinking. For the last 10 years, find all the CEO’s and Executives who knowingly created this mess and take ALL of their money and jail them.

  41. the3dolla says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 2:09 am

    Forgot about something that’s been eating at me.

    They always say, “Yes, the bonus’ are warranted for the work they do; it’s hard work, they are valuable to the company, blah blah” What do they mean? Give a $100mil bonus for driving a company into the ground. Like they said, incentives to sell risky stuff, but nothing bad happens when you lose anything and everything.

  42. Anonymous says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 5:06 am

    Oh goodie. The chance to trade insults with a Randoid troll. Naive as I am, it amazes me that such people exist, namely people who honestly think that Ayn Rand is not a sub-Nietzschean hack, and people who think that unlimited gold controvertibility for modern major currencies is both feasible and a good idea. But as amazing as that may be, I must bow out, seeing as to how I’ve got a real life to lead and all. So, I’ll allow the last word to those who wile away their days in prayerful expectation of the Second (or is it First?) coming of John Galt. Of course, Greenspan was one, and indeed a personal buddy of the Pythoness of the True Faith herself, but no matter: when sight of the obvious in the fullness of daylight betrays the true faith, then blindeth thine eyes, lest ye behold an abomination (i.e., the real world). So your boy was all gang-busters anti-regulation, to the point of sliming Brooksley Born for trying to regulate derivatives. A real Christian Soldier. No matter: he wasn’t really our boy. Rather, he was lapsed, a serpent in the garden, thus Man’s fall from the True Path. Now, you may be interested in hearing that Former Chairman Greenspan has recently pulled a mulligan regarding his former misgivings, so that his “I reckon we was wrong” is now “I reckon we was right after all”: http://neweconomicperspectives.blogspot.com/2011/04/mr-greenspan-takes-it-all-back-his-old.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EconomicPerspectivesFromKansasCity+%28Economic+Perspectives+from+Kansas+City%29 . Of course, as a Liberterian, meaning someone having a brain hermetically closed to any outside influences outside of hack pop-Nietzschean writers and crack-pot Austrian gold-buggery, you probably don’t care. All you need to know is found in the Catechism of the Faithful: Gubmit bad, Mama good. Derp! Derp!

  43. Anonymous says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 5:06 am

    Oh goodie. The chance to trade insults with a Randoid troll. Naive as I am, it amazes me that such people exist, namely people who honestly think that Ayn Rand is not a sub-Nietzschean hack, and people who think that unlimited gold controvertibility for modern major currencies is both feasible and a good idea. But as amazing as that may be, I must bow out, seeing as to how I’ve got a real life to lead and all. So, I’ll allow the last word to those who wile away their days in prayerful expectation of the Second (or is it First?) coming of John Galt. Of course, Greenspan was one, and indeed a personal buddy of the Pythoness of the True Faith herself, but no matter: when sight of the obvious in the fullness of daylight betrays the true faith, then blindeth thine eyes, lest ye behold an abomination (i.e., the real world). So your boy was all gang-busters anti-regulation, to the point of sliming Brooksley Born for trying to regulate derivatives. A real Christian Soldier. No matter: he wasn’t really our boy. Rather, he was lapsed, a serpent in the garden, thus Man’s fall from the True Path. Now, you may be interested in hearing that Former Chairman Greenspan has recently pulled a mulligan regarding his former misgivings, so that his “I reckon we was wrong” is now “I reckon we was right after all”: http://neweconomicperspectives.blogspot.com/2011/04/mr-greenspan-takes-it-all-back-his-old.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EconomicPerspectivesFromKansasCity+%28Economic+Perspectives+from+Kansas+City%29 . Of course, as a Liberterian, meaning someone having a brain hermetically closed to any outside influences outside of hack pop-Nietzschean writers and crack-pot Austrian gold-buggery, you probably don’t care. All you need to know is found in the Catechism of the Faithful: Gubmit bad, Mama good. Derp! Derp!

  44. D G Bokare says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 6:27 am

    Economist Paul Samuelson has rightly said that “most of the economists in the USA are ybder obligations of their pay masters for their studies, research and jobs.How could the people expect them to be honest in assessing and telling the truth? What is shown here is the result of that dishonesty of the economists whether in academic or financial services sectors.

  45. Gargoyle says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 1:26 pm

    have you read your constitution lately, patriot? it says that the govt shall be in charge of money creation and that it shall be linked to gold.

  46. folkhero says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 1:34 pm

    This was very good, but not as informative as the frontline documentaries “The Warning”, “Inside the Meltdown”, and “Breaking the Bank.” Together, the give a comprehensive and more objective analysis of the banking crisis.

  47. Rich says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 4:55 pm

    I wonder what type of pressure was used to take the movie offline..before you vote in next election..you must watch!

  48. Anonymous says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 6:08 pm
  49. Harry Shearer says . . . | April 4, 2011 / 8:17 pm

    Pardon me for interrupting the ideological fracas, but the film commits a striking factual error when the narration asserts, over exterior shots of China and Singapore, that the financial-economic crisis was global, implying that no nations were exempt. Tell that to the Australians, whose resource-based economy avoided all but a very gentle downturn.

  50. Judy Kratochvil says . . . | April 5, 2011 / 2:08 am

    I can’t get it to work. I would like to share this link with friends. I have already seen the movie twice and own the DVD.

  51. Judy Kratochvil says . . . | April 5, 2011 / 2:18 am

    It is not in the Internet Archive either. When you click the link referred to in the post you get the following message:

    The item is not available due to issues with the item’s content.

  52. Days of Broken Arrows says . . . | April 5, 2011 / 3:11 am

    It’s a shame you didn’t make it to the end of the film, where they fingered virtually every member of the Obama administration as having been architects of the economic crisis — then spoke of how Obama himself has done nothing. This is in addition to showing his cronyism with people like Larry Summers, et. al.

    It’s also a shame you’re too blind to see what this film is saying in the larger sense. The very fact that Damon is a liberal yet he was willing to take on Obama and his cronies in a major film says something.

  53. Days of Broken Arrows says . . . | April 5, 2011 / 3:16 am

    One more thing:

    “…but I’d like to see a movie encompassing the 28 months of the Obama Administration that has brought us record deficits, record unemployment, longest jobless stretch since the 1930′s, record bank failures, record foreclosures, record trade deficits, record poverty rate, failing dollar, national poverty at record highest level..”

    The film does do this at about the 3/4 point. All of this is addressed — and it not only fingers Obama and his ilk, but Clinton as well. It boggles my mind you’ve criticized this film without watching — and that people “like” your comment for just that. You’ve played into the hands of the phony left-right set-up that keeps the 1 percent elite in charge and everyone else divided, rooting for phony football teams.

    Finally, I want to mention that I don’t think it’s a coincidence this film was pulled offline right as Obama announced his bid for re-election.

  54. MajorBuckSnort says . . . | April 5, 2011 / 3:50 am

    The sad truth is our corrupt government government is just one of many in the world. The international bankers who control both major political parties in this country also control Britten, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and most of the rest of the world.
    If you look at the Kennedy Coup, Johnson’s war on poverty, Vietnam, “Gulf of Tonkin Lie” Nixon goes to China as Kissinger goes to the middle east and forms “OPEC”, Clinton’s all out push to get “NAFTA” passed, the staging of 9/11 and subsequent wars. you can see that they have been trying “bust” America for a long time.
    Unwilling to re investigate 9/11/2001, that should not, and could not have happened without assistance from within our government shows that it was staged for us to get involved it two wars based on lies.
    Obama for the most part, is a puppet of the people who control Wall St and the Mega Banks. So don’t expect much from him.
    They want to bankrupt the US government and introduce the new currency the “AMERO”. Signed into law by George Bush it joins the currency of the USA, Canada,Mexico into a common denomination. But they have to make things so bad that the American people demand a change.
    Support Ron and Rand Paul and other like minded supporters of our constitution in our legislative houses, and turn the rest of the bought off scum out on election day.

  55. Canoeocean says . . . | April 5, 2011 / 10:06 pm

    everyone is entitled to their own opinions, including motorhead, but no one is entitled to their own facts.

  56. Canoeocean says . . . | April 5, 2011 / 10:06 pm

    everyone is entitled to their own opinions, including motorhead, but no one is entitled to their own facts.

  57. Wayne says . . . | April 6, 2011 / 1:43 am

    While your facts here appear true on the surface, what you are not understanding is that Bush was the driver of the bus. He was speeding and driving, maybe while intoxicated. He wrecked causing record impending financial damage. Obama walked in just as the ambulance arrived at the scene. Bush got to leave the scene. Just because Obama walked in does not mean that he is the one who wrecked the bus…

  58. Isaac says . . . | April 6, 2011 / 2:38 am

    The movie does not work :(

  59. Renicom says . . . | April 6, 2011 / 6:36 pm
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  61. Mike says . . . | April 8, 2011 / 3:30 pm

    International bankers control Britten? I did not know that.

  62. JD says . . . | April 22, 2011 / 8:13 pm

    Link definitely does not work. Finding a legitimate download of this movie online is impossible to find. Can’t say I’m surprised…

  63. Chris_cline99 says . . . | April 27, 2011 / 12:49 pm

    Written like a true “motorhead”…watch the documentary before you spout off about something you know nothing about. It doessn’t matter who narrates as long as it is backed up with factual evidence…and it is! There is no question that Obama’s performance has been poor, but he inherited this crap that had been building for almost a decade. Go back to sleep…”motorhead”…

  64. Murphyp5500 says . . . | June 6, 2011 / 3:50 am

    All these problems with our economy aren’t Obama’s fault, he’s just not doing anything about it. most of these issues began a long time ago with the reestablishment of a federal bank, loaning money to the government AT INTEREST. thats what causes debt to climb. the federal bank prints out $1 and loans it to the government to be spent into distribution. at the end of the fiscal year, the federal bank has collected the $1 dollar that it loaned out BUT the government still owes interest. the government borrows $2 AT INTEREST to spend into circulation and cover the debt and at the end of the next fiscal year, the federal bank collects $2 but the government still owes interest. continue this cycle and but on a massive scale and throw in corruption and some lobbying Israelis and you start to get all these records you’re describing above. Please check out whatreallyhappened.com and learn some truths. its good for you

  65. Lipo says . . . | June 21, 2011 / 12:26 am

    So you wanna believed that although things happened due to reestablishment of banks. But i don’t think so. Because if we pipe into more this matter,then we will see cause of our cancerous government which are also responsible. Because we paid higher rate of tax and where these money gone..!! Have you thought about it??

  66. Jaime says . . . | July 14, 2012 / 1:52 pm
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