What if the "green" movement isn't saving the earth, but
instead is enslaving humanity?
BLUE is more than a
film, it's an idea. Ideas have the power to change the way we think, begin
movements, and even change the world. One of the most prominent idea of our
time today is the Green Movement, which says that the Earth is threatened by
the activity, even the existence, of mankind, and that the noble response is to
restrict our freedom in order to save the planet. The movie BLUE challenges
that idea. BLUE is an independently funded and filmed documentary by director,
filmmaker JD King takes you into some of the most spectacular forest lands in North America, and introduces you
to many of the real people who have made their lives there for generations.
They are now in a desperate battle to save everything they value, their land,
their jobs, their families, their way of life. You may be shocked to discover
that their worst enemy has become the 'environmental' movement. Do our new
environmental governors really know what is best for these rich precious lands?
To the contrary, JD King explores the reality underneath the rhetoric, and
shows that this movement is no longer about humans' proper conservancy of
nature, but is all about seizing the new 'green'—of money, power and
dictatorial control. Can rational rules for these lands--based on the human
values of rights and freedom—prevail? Some of the true stories you will see in
this movie may outrage you, some of them will move and inspire you, but you
will never take the claims and demands of 'environmental leaders' at face value
again after experiencing BLUE." — Prof. Matt Malkin, UCLA