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Framing Reality (2020)

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All humans on the planet are living under an illusionary paradigm that can be compared to what was presented in the 'Matrix'. A mental prison that exists within the minds of the collective. This prison exists as the societal paradigm we have chosen to accept. That is all cultural, religious, political and economic doctrines.

Based on the works of the late Jacque Fresco -- who provides solutions to the human race -- this documentary is a psychological and sociological breakdown of our society. Showcasing the Multigenerational Reconstruction Project, which will be necessary to shift humanity from the path of self-destruction.

The film presents alternative solutions to the world’s problems, such as new social paradigms that render the current model of living obsolete.

A Documentary by David Al-Badri. This is the fourth installment of the Awakening Documentary series.

(2:02) Part 1. The Frame of Reference

(8:29) Part 2. Societal Engineering

(24:09) Part 3. A Prison for Your Mind

(29:07) Part 4. How We Enslave Ourselves

(38:49) Part 5. The Blueprint of Reality

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