Megiddo: The March to Armageddon

November 23, 2018 - Comment
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Anonymous says:

“Conspiracy Theory” approaches lessen appearance of credibility By now I’ve watched enough of these guys’ videos to see some patterns, one of which is to take every single quotation of a certain phrase and ascribe to it a particular meaning despite the very real possibility that it wasn’t used in that context by every single person who used it. In this show it is the phrase “new world order”. While I very much believe a one-world government is part of end times I’m not convinced that every politician who used that phrase had that particular thing in…

Anonymous says:

Too Long for what it proposes. Interesting piece, however, it spends too much time debunking false prophets such as Nostradamus. By the time they get to Illuminati and other things, it is already boring. They make some interesting points, but the Masons and other groups are well known as secret societies, and their activities in trying to subvert those they deem enemies have been documented. I would have been much better to have scriptures do the talking with a little help from interpretations.

Anonymous says:

“He that hath ears, let him hear” The movie was accurate and I liked it. I wish more time was taken to talk about the actual end of the world. I didn’t like the background music however. I generally don’t like background music in movies especially is it is 90% of the movie and loud.This is more of a docudrama than a movie. Over all I would recommend it to anyone. I like the fact that it explains the behind the scenes machinations of the kingdom of darkness in our present world and the fact that the bible is correct…

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