The Killing of America is a 1982 documentary that has never been released, distributed, televised or made available for sale in the USA. It contains footage which exposes the decline of ZOG controlled America.
Directed by Sheldon Renan and produced by Mataichirô Yamamoto and Leonard Schrader, the main topics of the film are Gun Snackbarism and related murder rates, assassinations (including that of John F. Kennedy), kidnappings, and other societal ills.
As the narrator says, America is an industrialized country with murder rate comparable to countries at civil war, like Cambodia or Nicaragua (as they were in the late 70’s and early 80’s). There is an attempted murder committed every 3 minutes somewhere in America and every 20 minutes someone becomes a victim of murder.
Japan, England and West Germany (this was before the fall of the Iron Curtain) have a combined population equal to America, but only see 6,000 murders a year, whereas America has 27,000. In the 80 years of the 20th century, America had more than 1 Million murders, which is more than all the American fatalities in all her wars. With so many snackbarists around, not even the presidents could feel safe.
I think the film starts with the assassination of JFK and continues with a section about Martin Luther King whose assassination triggered riots in 125 cities. War in Vietnam with anti war protests and police brutality against the protesters is next, followed by assassination of presidential candidate George Wallace who ran against Richard Nixon. This assassination confined George Wallace to a wheelchair for life and stripped him of a chance to become the president.
Before moving on to the senseless killings of random strangers, the film also covers the assassination of JFK’s brother Robert Kennedy. From Charles Whitman aka The Texas Bell Tower Sniper, through senseless convenience store shootings, and murders by 18 year old Robert Smith from Arizona who killed random people to make a name for himself, and killings by Brenda Spencer from San Diego High School who shot elementary school children with a rifle she got for her 16th birthday because Mondays were always so boring, all the way to a bunch of other killers who murdered people with guns and set fire to buildings, The Killing of America exposes the bleak aftereffect of high gun ownership. As is concluded by the narrator in this section of the film, in the 1970’s the Americans owned more than 100 Million guns – 2 guns for every family.
Charles Manson and murders he masterminded are covered by The Killing of America next, followed by a number of killers (such as Son of Sam) who killed believing that they were carrying out the God’s will. From there the movie continues with Jim Jones and the Jonestown Massacre.
The following clips show James Hoskins who took over a Cincinnati TV station, a Nigerian man keeping a San Diego psychotherapist hostage at gun point, Richard Hall being taken hostage at his own mortgage company in Minneapolis for turning down a loan application and sidewalk sniper Sam Brown who was shooting at drivers and claimed to have come from outer space on a starship enterprise.
Then there’s a bit of time dedicated to prostitution and suicides before the focus switches on serial killers (aka kids of single mothers). Those include Lawrence Bittaker who kidnapped, tortured, raped and murdered girls, Juan Corona who killed 25 men, Patrick Kearney who confessed to killing 32 young men, John Wayne Gacy who raped and murdered at least 33 young boys, Wayne Henley who started killing when he was only 15, Dean Corll who kidnapped, tortured and killed young boys, Kenneth Bianchi aka Hillside Strangler who left murdered women on the Hollywood hillside, Ted Bundy whom his friends believed to one day become a governor, Ed Kemper who killed, raped and cannibalized 6 college aged girls…
The narrator poses a few rhetorical questions regarding gun snackbarism towards the end of the movie, which if he knew how out of control it’s gonna get by the year of 2012, and how absurd the snackbarists get, he’d think the 70’s and 80’s were peaceful times. I don’t even want to think just how low the snackbarists will descend in the next 30 years…
The film ends with the assassination of John Lennon. Props to Best Gore member alicatt for the video: