A few weeks ago, my husband and I watched Agenda 2 by FishFlix.com and it gave us a lot to think about. Agenda 2: Masters of Deceit comes in DVD format. It is produced by Curtis Bowers, also creator of Agenda (the prequel to Agenda 2). Read on to find out what this documentary is about and what we thought of it.
Agenda 2: Masters of Deceit (DVD Movie Reviews)
At first, I wanted to watch this movie to capture the essence of it, take notes for the review and to get an overall idea on what their thesis was and to have time to mull over those points before watching it a second or even a third time. I like to be thorough in movie reviews, so I never watch a DVD once.
Long story short, it only took for me to be 3 minutes into it for my husband to ask me to pause it so we can put the kids to bed and he can watch it with me. I figured he’d be interested in this kind of topic, but for him to ask was awesome.
Agenda 2 is an exposé to the hidden agenda of certain groups that are against the United States and what this country stands for. It touches on topics like big government, the link between inflation, taxes and citizen dependency on the government. It also talked about issues like communism, socialism, environmentalism and the changes in Christianity in this country.
What I was the most interested in was the mention of Common Core and public education. Please read the quotes that I have included in this blog post. They are mentioned in this documentary and it shook me to my core (no pun intended).
It was eye-opening to realize how the educations system is being used to indoctrinate children to what their agenda is. I have seen this specific topic be talked about in depth in this documentary as well and it was just as sobering as Agenda 2. And honestly, this is one of the reasons why we homeschool.
When I mention the education system, I am not just talking about higher education (which we know is majorly biased, liberal and attempting to change this country’s morals by changing our youth’s worldview), but I am also talking about our young ones; our little ones starting at kindergarten.
So what do I think about Agenda 2? I will tell you hat I don’t think first. I don’t think this is a fear-mongering documentary. It is not pushy or doom and gloom kind of movie. I felt that it was a desperate call to arms to those who have ears to hear. It exposes this ideology’s agenda, step by step, in great detail and it is time to make changes.
We cannot be led astray. We cannot be deceived and not question things that make us uncomfortable. We have a say in our beliefs, the way we live our lives and the way we educate our children. We are not powerless. We are not victims. We are not sufferers of made-up crises. We are strong and we need to see the truth for what it is.
Watch this movie. You won’t regret it! Now, I need to get my hands on the prequel, Agenda, to watch it, too.