The most persistent conspiracy theory of all time has met its match. Synopsis: Despite all the evidence, millions around the world continue to blame the Jews for 9/11. This belief is a modern-day incarnation of the infamous "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," the century-old forgery that some people claimed to be the Jews' master plan to rule the world. Filmmaker Marc Levin sets out to understand why "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" has been revived, and to challenge one of the most persistent, insidious conspiracy theories of all time. In the course of his explosive journey, Levin finds himself delving into the heart of hate, facing those who would traffic in bigotry, all in the name of God.
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From Psychedelics in the Age of Intelligent Machines.
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Moving video about Mother Teresa.
Christian Ray Comfort video about the atheist's worst nightmare, debunked.
Mark Lawson interviews Sir David Attenborough
Steve Sweeney tells us about his Catholic upbringing.
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Pat Robertson calls for the Assassination of Hugo Chavez
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