JAM is a story of the future - the near future- of the upcoming chaos, conflicts and conditions of a devasted USA made only worse because the authorities have disarmed California, leaving brutality in its wake. This is an entry to OPERATION PAUL REVERE for consideration by Alex Jones. I see this work as a pilot for a weekly series showing the struggles of different areas of the country and how it's the people who know how to band together and co-operate that will survive. The Northeast section of the country deals with a burnt out power grid, Washington has literally sunk into the Atlantic- leaving power vacancies and political power grabs, people try to leave the big cities to survive. Florida deals with issues facing the elderly, especially medical care -or the lack of it. People who go into the federal nursing homes seem to not last more than six weeks, just enough time to get their affairs in order. Also immigration issues will be highlighted. The heartland Midwest along the Mississippi are dealing with devastating national disasters, UN troops sent in to "help" and there are escapes from the mandatory FEMA Camps. This area is where they will try to introduce the new world currency. California has been disarmed but still fighting to try to hold on to a sense of normalcy as homes are foreclosing and the foreign owners of the debt do not want the dollars - but the land. California is where they are establishing the Green Cities with micro apartments as per Agenda 21. Taxes on gasoline are onerous to discourage driving but the corporate owned vehicles seem to sidestep the taxes, making working for a global corporation more desirable as the gap between the classes widens to Grand Canyon proportions.
Everyone in this production is a volunteer. There are about forty participants in this first effort movie. There is a lot of passion for the Constitution and her Admendments. Though the setting is grim there is humor, humor is necessary in trying to get a message across.
May God continue to Bless America, she's not all bad!
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