Martial Law: 9/11 Rise of the Police State was filmed primarily during the Republican Party's 2004 national convention in New York City. The Republican Party's choice to hold the event there drew both strong praise and strong criticism. Alex Jones' clear intent was that the people who were truly guilty of planning and carrying out the events of September 11, 2001 were coming back to the scene of the crime. In the film, Jones shows what he believes are signs of a growing police state: constant surveillance, a defined military presence, a militarized civilian police force, mass roundups and arrests of protesters, detention in a makeshift facility laden with asbestos which one interviewee called a "concentration camp", and threats of arrest for constitutionally legal activities. Many different views are presented, including one semi-humorous confrontation with a group of American communists.There's also a very interesting segment in which Jones attempts to interview Michael Moore about his gatekeeping film "Farenheit 9/11". Clearly I wasn't the only one who was disappointed by the way Moore pulled his punches in that film, and watching Alex Jones ask him tough questions was fully worth the price of the download.
After you watch this video, you will understand more about America than you do now. And that's a cold promise.