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"The Greatest Show on Earth"

That's some title. Is it deserved?

Honest folk who have begun to feel that the division between real life and Hollywood movies might be wearing a bit thin of late - well, could they really be onto something ..?

This film is made from the viewpoint of the United States, but does it have a wider significance? After all, with the advent of the UN, and more recently the WEF, and more recently still the UN-WEF partnership, to whose pronouncements all western governments now seem to be in thrall ("The Sorcerer's Apprentice" comes to mind!), we could perhaps be forgiven for playing with this preposterous notion ...   and there is more, much more.

Worth watching? Well, I would say so.

But it's your perception that counts.

(80 minutes)


So, is it all over?

"It ain't over 'til the Fat Lady sings"