Vengeancia (Updated November 11, 2017) The CONSPIRACY Project is an art project by 2011 Featured Musician Neal Fox that uses music, film, animation, art and performance to enlighten people to what’s behind the Wizard’s curtain. 1 hour 26 minute full-length DVD with FREE 17 song soundtrack CD and booklet with all the lyrics. Autographed by the artist! Conspiracy Project CD. Find more, The Conspiracy Project. Here’s Neal’s Patreon. Here’s his Twitter and Spotify.
When I was in college back in the ’60s everyone thought that if we could only do away with borders we would end war. Sounds reasonable. We’d all be one big happy family. As John Lennon said, “Nothing to kill or die for…” Not so fast!
Just who is going to be in charge of this One Big Beautiful Government? Maybe if some saints or a Messiah was to take the reigns you’d convince me that maybe this could work. But that’s not about to happen. In fact, there has been a major plan in action for decades (or centuries, depending on who you talk to) to turn the world into a One World Government. Supposedly to end war. I say “supposedly” because when you look into their actual goals and what they have in mind for you and me, it’s a far cry from world peace.
See, the vast majority of the population are good people. People who just want to be left alone to enjoy their life and leave you to enjoy yours. But then there’s this small percentage of really bad guys. Psychotic criminals who think nothing of killing millions of people. Babies, women, anyone….
“The heart and soul of the Liberty Movement.” Gigi Bowman, NY Senatorial Candidate
I know it’s a hard concept to believe. Mainly because you and I are not psychopathic criminals. We don’t think like they do. And some of these guys are pretty smart (crazy people come in all flavors.) What they have planned for us is hidden in plain view. It’s all there if you just take a deep breath and look for it. Start with the Club Of Rome. Move on to the U. N.’s Agenda 21. Look into the mass poisoning of all humans through radiation, fluoride, drugs (especially mind-altering psychiatric drugs) GMO foods, Chemtrails… The list goes on.
Ever wonder why it’s so hard to get something done in this world that most sane people already agree on? It’s only because it doesn’t fit with the plan. Left alone, sane people would work out sane solutions. If it’s crazy, somebody behind the scenes wants it to happen.
“This is how we change the culture, and begin to get people talking and thinking about true freedom again…” Brian McKinney, Sr. Ed., Writer/Reviewer, Music Insider magazine
Now supposing these whackos were running the world. Wouldn’t they want to do away with borders? That way when they want to lock you up for your opinion, you’d have no place to run. No sanctuary. And as part of the plan, all your money would be electronic. So they can leave you penniless with the stroke of a computer key.
And all those traffic light cameras? How about convincing you that you should have a chip implanted in your body – for medical reasons! Right. Does the phrase, 1984 mean anything?
So the next time you see some politicians trying to convince you we need a New World Order, or a World Bank, or maybe they want to do away with your country’s Constitution and replace it with the U. N.’s Constitution, know that you are looking at a plan to enslave or kill you.
“ An eye-opening musical documentary on the global conspiracy .” Oaxaca FilmFest
Neal Fox has a profile over at Patreon. Here are a few thoughts from that site:
….Back in the 1970s I had recording contracts with Polydor, RCA and Columbia Records. It was fun and an ego boost, but when they wanted me to be the next Barry Manilow (I played piano and wrote some ballads), that wasn’t what I had in mind. I did get a top 10 Dance Club hit called, “In The Jungle,” about destroying the rain forest to build a road. Not exactly a Manilow clone. So off I went into something dark and scary known as the Jingle Biz. (Hey. Maybe they were right. That’s how Barry got his start.)
The Jingle Biz Well, I had a hungry wife who liked shoes. So I had to get a job. The next phase of my life got me into a position where I was making good money but not doing anything creative or helpful to me or my fellow man. I wrote and produced hundreds of commercials and promos for NBC, CBS, VH-1, etc. This was taking the business side of music to the extreme. What a trap. Great money, but nothing along my own purpose in life. All I was doing was selling shit. (In fairness, there are some incredibly talented people in advertising. It just didn’t suit my face.)
B-bye, Jingle Biz I did get some nice little toys to record my own music with (and my wife, Naomi, got a bunch of shoes). But there was no time to use any of my toys for my own projects. Then came the straw that broke the Camel’s (hint) back. A major ad agency wanted me to write a hit song to get kids in Europe and third-world countries hooked on a particular brand of cigarettes. That was going way too far. I refused the job and eventually quit the whole advertising business to go out on my own and create whatever I wanted to.
“A rueful Randy Newman eccentric…equally at home in blues, pop, rock and jazz motifs …Fox’s lyrics are a solid plus.” Billboard Magazine
Wire Duck Records I started my own label, Wire Duck Records and put out a double CD of a musical I wrote (Meat Street) followed by 2 other CDs. Actually got it played on musical theater stations. Meat Street was a hard sell. It was a dark musical comedy, (sort of like Cuckoos Nest meets Rocky Horror), exposing abuses in the mental health industry. Trouble was, half the audience was on Prozac. Moving on…
About Neal Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Fox formed his first band at age 15. When his accordion was stolen (yippee!) he bought a Farfisa organ. He was then introduced as “Neal Fox and his 90 pound organ.” He played gigs from Manhattan clubs to Catskill Mountain resorts, and survived the wedding and bar mitzvah circuit—although his tux did not. He hasn’t owned a suit since.
Neal studied piano for a while with noted jazz teacher, John Mehegan. And in the 1970s, he studied composition with Paul Creston and Alexander Tcherepnin at the New York College of Music. While the other students were writing long and involved contemporary classical pieces, Neal was writing anti-war songs. (Much to the chagrin of his teachers.)
It was at this time he met sax player Gus Mancini and drummer Keith Falling. Together they played many clubs on Long Island, first as the “High Times” and later as “The Feather Merchants”.
Eventually, Neal and Gus were signed to Polydor’s Event label. Their album, Mancini & Fox, received solid reviews and Fox’s song, “But I Could Reach the Wisdom of Solomon,” was a charted single. Read more, The Real Neal Fox.
“The Conspiracy Project is ground breaking in its information, entertainment value and passion. This man just created the mold, broke it and then made you clap while you watched him do it.” Del Weston, Action on Film International Film Festival
The Conspiracy Project is Now Free Recently things have gotten pretty heated up in the world. The Democrats and Republicans are going at it like… Democrats and Republicans. But the truth is that it’s all a big game to keep us preoccupied while the real people pulling the strings go unnoticed.
So I’ve decided to give the Conspiracy Project – the Full Movie – for free on YouTube. It’s specifically geared to get people who don’t usually read or watch documentaries about world affairs interested and educated on what’s really going on. The Mainstream Media won’t tell you. They’re run by the same people pulling the strings.
So here it is in all its high definition and stereo sound glory. All I ask is that if you like it, share it. The message really needs to get out now. And I can’t think of a better way to get it out there than through entertainment.
Oh yeah, this was a three year effort with no government grants or special interests helping me out. So if you feel like it, you’re welcome to donate anything you like. Even small amounts really help. Thanks. Watch it here.
You can also screen Neal’s latest work this summer, Saturday, July 15, 2017, 2 PM-10 PM at The Bug Theater in Denver for the first annual Colorado International Activism Film Festival (CIAFF).