A veteran of ten national presidential campaigns, he served as a senior campaign aide to three Republican presidents: Nixon, Reagan and, to his regret, Bush. The documentary is well-made and offers much in the way of flash and bedazzle, primarily due to its flamboyant and outrageous star, but it offers little of actual substance. A veteran of nine national presidential campaigns, he served as a senior campaign aide to three Republican presidents. He doesn't really stand out as a genius tactician, but rather as someone who's very clever and learns through experience exactly what he can get away with. Theediting, production, and musical score always play against or with,depending on how you look at Stone's persona the protagonist and whileit does not overtly disparage the man, it certainly pulls no puncheseither.
It's a product of a completely demented, senile liberal culture that's unable to do anything but rack up big psychiatrist bills. And yet, although the documentary is critical in tone, I suspect Stone loves it. The real tragedy is less that people like Stone exist; but that we allow them to polllute the public space. Diving deep into the mind of the master manipulator, provides a raw perspective on the transformation of American politics. Stone recognizes from the outset that the fact that an entire doc is being done on him means that liberals are scared as hell. Using arms-length documentary techniques, the writers behind this film have gained direct access to a stellar cast of political operatives, including Donald Trump, Paul Manafort, and of course extensive and unrestrained commentary by Roger Stone himself. Instead, he's merely an ingenious machiavellian who will always playthe political game as if he has nothing to lose.
I am not a fan of his. I regret to inform the director that Harry Potter is just a story. I watched the whole thing. Without context, these lingering ambiguities make it more difficult to conclude that Stone was a major player in the Trump candidacy. . The documentary delves into the mind of Stone through his own testimony and that of people around them, including Trump, to offer a new vision of the manipulations that led to the transformation in American politics.
This documentary is a thrilling history lesson that paints Roger Stonefor the persona he has created for himself -- a deviling politicalprovocateur whose ruthless appetite for controversy and infamyinfluences all things he touches, for better or worse. Whilst we are happy for our releases to be re-posted on a platform we aren't on, please do so in an 'as-is' format. This account of his story is consistently fascianting, and a tale of much of what has gone wrong with American politics. Top echelon lobbyists manipulate the apparatus of democracy to produce undemocratic outcomes. As I write this June 2017 , Donald Trump is the president of the United States.
In a sense, the documentary itself has been co opted by Stone for his own benefit to make sure, as Tucker Carlson said, that he is at least recorded as having influenced world events. But I do like Trump. A documentary exploring the life and career of notorious Republican dirty trickster and longtime Trump adviser, Roger Stone, who helped create the real-estate mogul's political career. However, those others mentioned, are done so for their integral, in-concert role they played in the rise of the broke pseudo billionaire in question, to within 4-minute dummy-spitting distance of initiating world wide, nuclear Armageddon. If you'd like to become a permanent poster on a website we don't post to, feel free to get in contact with a QxR member. Anyone who believes otherwise is wrong. The problem, however, lies in the film's inability to provide much supporting evidence that Stone is really as important as he claims to be.
Thus the documentary isn't so much a look at Stone's life as much as it is a look at Stone taking credit for everything - especially the ascendancy of Donald Trump to the Presidency. Outspoken author, pundit, ahead of his time election strategist, this is his story. I laughed, I cheered, I loved every last minute of it! For example, there are montages which show Stone saying something on a radio show followed by Trump saying the same thing on the campaign trail. Or is he merely a larger thanlife figure who happens to revel in his own sense of political clout? Here, we see how he was behind Nixon, Reagan, Trump and more, with a blend of dirty tricks, and conservative libertarianism. Appearing resplendently in outfits reminiscent of a cashed-up Mafioso or The Riddler, often with a fat cigar and martini, Stone takes obvious delight in explaining how he put George W. Whether he has or not, remains a mystery unexplored by the documentary. Despite polls to the contrary, he won the election and has taken the reins with his unique style of governing.
Is Roger Stone entertaining and the movie funny? Alex Jones might have some crazy ideas, but it is easy to filter out truth from conspiracy by searching on both left and right viewpoint and go with the logical choice, but this was not about him, this was about Roger Stone. But how do you shame the shameless? Based on the information available in this documentary, here's what Isee on the Roger Stone score card. If you watch the documentary carefully, you'll see that Roger Stone isanything but an irrational, crazy, or otherwise unruly brute who has ahand in nearly every political campaign in the past forty years. Roger Stone in one of America's worst people. We ask that you do not create a new torrent, include all descriptions you see above including the QxR logo, tags, notes and screenshots. All the tricks, and the left is still by far more evil and radical. Of course, this piece mainly concerns Stone himself.
This movie projects an image of greatnessconcerning someone who is temporarily significant, but in the greaterpicture of planet earth will most likely become very small andinsignificant just like the person of Donald Trump. From his days of testifying at the Watergate hearings to advising recent presidential candidate Donald Trump, Roger Stone has long offended people on both sides of the political fence as a force in conservative America. He started out doing dirty tricks for Nixon; he made his money as a lobbyist for some terrible governments; now he's a confidant of Donald Trump. Bush in office by demolishing Al Gore's campaign, how he invented the 'birther' campaign that plagued Barack Obama's presidency, and how he manufactured fake news to undermine most of the key Democrat campaigns over past decades. A shadowy figure centrally involved in political campaigns dating from the Nixon-Watergate era, Roger Stone allows the narrator to ask any question and responds with jaw-dropping arrogance and candour. Use direct links to download or Watch Online.
It shows admirable restraint in keeping its political biases in check and allows an audience to reflect on what's wrong with commercial lobbying in a free market capitalist economy. They hunt in packs and alone; their activities are shrouded in secrecy; they manipulate political outcomes for profit; and they distort, undermine, and usurp the political rights of the masses who cannot match their resources or their deeply entrenched hold on the levers of power. While America digs deep to see where Russia got under the fence to influence the 2016 election, people like Roger Stone proudly boast of how they create Presidents out of very ordinary people. The excellent, engrossing and chilling bio-documentary Get Me Roger Stone 2017 is both an exposé of this species wherever they exist and an in-depth factual case study of the Darth Vader of American politics: Republican lobbyist and consultant Roger Stone. Description: Chronicles the political rise of Roger Stone, an adviser to Donald Trump during the election campaign that brought him to the presidency of the United States after the elections of 2016. Is Stone the only one making these campaign talking points that Trump is repeating, or are others as well? Learn how it's done from the master Roger J. I rate this 2 stars because the purpose of the documentary is to make people anxious and scared.
Can't they just accept the result of theelection? It is a new low for the left. Where did Trump come from? As soon as I heard that hewould be releasing this documentary I could not wait until it wasavailable! Of all the global threats to democracy that swirl around the houses of parliament, congress, and senates everywhere, none is greater than the growing power of lobbyists. As a documentary I'd give it 6. The last word on Watergate is yet to come. Although Roger Stone has been around since Watergate, his name may not be all that well known beyond those who are into political minutia. Stone, who accompanied the billionaire for three decades, he had been planning this for years conquest. I felt it was a very cheap shot, and while I'm not anAlex Jones supporter in the least, the footage they use is definitelycherry picked to make Stone's association with InfoWars to paint him asa fringe lunatic.