A TLB Special: The Freedom Movement Has a Problem. Special Guest Neal Fox


The Liberty Beacon project (TLB) is proud to present a gentleman who personifies activism on so many levels including art, music, visual and audio media. The show you are about to listen to exemplifies a mindset we in the liberty movement wish so many had.

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Conspiracy Project


By TLB Contributor: Neal Fox

We can’t leave the fight for freedom to a handful of overworked Patriots and expect to maintain or increase the level of freedom we’ve had for the last 200 years. We need more people and we need them fast!

But how do you get people who have been raised on TV and video games to put down their beers (or whatever else they use to relax) long enough to find out what’s really going on in the world. Can you get them to read a 700 page book or watch a 2 hour documentary? And if they see something that’s just too unbelievable, will they turn off to the whole movement?

That’s the problem I’ve tried to tackle with the CONSPIRACY Project. My forte is tacking difficult subjects and putting them into a form people would enjoy. I use music, film, art, animation, live performance and any other art form I can to create an entertaining experience with a message.

The first phase of the project is a one hour and twenty five minute “documentary in song.” I believe it’s the first of its kind. Seventeen songs that go into most of the basic “conspiracy theories” in a way that will leave the average person wondering and wanting to find out more.

I spent two and a half years writing and producing the soundtrack and film.
It was done all on my dime. I don’t owe favors to any special interest groups. This project won’t be getting any government grants so I’ve started my first crowd funding campaign.

A few weeks ago we did a private screening and the reaction was more than what I hoped for. Even a few very skeptical people came up to me and said I opened their eyes. After working on it every day for two and a half years, this made me tear up.

I have to raise the money to manufacture the DVDs and CDs, enter all the relevant film festivals, and start to promote the film any way I can. Crowd funding is the best way to keep the project exactly the way I intended it. And it gives people a chance to help and be part of the project.

All my life I’ve been trying to figure out what was the thing I could do for my fellow man that would make the most difference. I’m not about to run for office. I’m not a great business man so I don’t have piles of money. I’m just a songwriter struggling to earn a living like most other indie musicians.

But hang on. Songs can change the world. Artists create worlds. What better way to get ideas across to people than through aesthetics.
My good friend, artist, writer, rapper, David Carus says, “Artists run this planet.” I believe that’s true.

So the campaign is off to a good start. But we need your help. Anyone who donates some money will have some nifty perks to choose from. But more than money, we need to get the word out.

Go to the campaign http://www.igg.me/at/theconspiracyproject and check out the five minute video that explains everything. Donate if you can. Then share, share, share!

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