BLUE

The Truth Behind the Green Movement

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Release Date: February 24, 2014

Starring: N/A

Genre: Family/Documentary

Audience: All ages

Rating: Not Rated

Runtime: 56 minutes

Distributor: Self-Distributed

Director: Jeffrey D. King

Executive Producer: None

Producer: Jeffrey D. King

Writer: Jeffrey D. King

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Jeffrey D. King
Website: www.bluebeatsgreen.com
Email: talktous@bluebeatsgreen.com

Content:

(CCC, BBB, CapCapCap, PPP) Very strong Christian, biblical worldview that explores biblical stewardship of the earth, freedom, capitalism, innovation, and moral living, with several references about God’s sovereignty over creation and our responsibility to care for it for His glory; no foul language; one image of a concentration camp; no sexual content; no nudity; no alcohol use; no smoking; and, nothing else objectionable.

Summary:

BLUE is an excellent documentary that exposes the green movement for what it truly is, a scare tactic fueled by propaganda to empower and enrich those who’ll profit from it. With beautiful cinematography and an inspiring ending, BLUE is a rare treat that celebrates the natural elements of earth as well as the humans that inhabit it and the God who created it.

Review:

BLUE is an excellent documentary that exposes the green movement for what it truly is, a scare tactic fueled by propaganda to empower and enrich those who’ll profit from it.

Jeffrey D. King, a filmmaker and nature enthusiast from Montana, couldn’t accept the idea that human population is the enemy of nature, something that government leaders and the media have been proposing for decades. So King decides to travel the world to interview scientists and activists who oppose climate change hype for both scientific and theological purposes. Interviews with figures such as Lord Christopher Monckton (politician, journalist), E. Calvin Beisner and Robert Zubrin uncover the facts regarding carbon dioxide increases, population growth, capitalism’s positive effect on the environment and the real motivations behind the green movement.

BLUE also explores small towns and counties that used to have a thriving community and natural environment before the environmentalists came in with government regulation. Communities that sustained their life on lumber are now struggling to survive because of the endangered owls that live in the trees. Dams that give energy to entire counties are being threatened to be demolished for “environmental” purposes that do nothing but enrich the very people that want it destroyed. The left’s attack on capitalism, human growth and freedom itself is not only hurting people, it’s also hurting God’s creation. The movies uses example after example to show that, when people thrive, nature thrives.

BLUE is an important movie because it balances the need for innovation and human growth while understanding the stewardship necessary to take care of the environment, not only for man’s sake, but for God’s glory and for the benefit of each person’s neighbor. It also reveals the attacks on prosperity and freedom that are being made by those in the media and in our government. With beautiful cinematography and an inspiring ending, BLUE is a rare treat that celebrates the natural elements of earth as well as the humans that inhabit it and the God who created it.

In Brief:

BLUE is an excellent documentary that exposes the green movement for what it truly is, a scare tactic fueled by propaganda to empower and enrich those who’ll profit from it. Jeffrey D. King, a filmmaker and nature enthusiast from Montana, couldn’t accept the idea that human population is the enemy of nature. So King traveled the world to interview scientists and activists who oppose climate change hype for both scientific and theological purposes. He uses example after example to show that, when people thrive, nature thrives.

BLUE is an important movie because it balances the need for innovation and human growth while understanding the stewardship necessary to take care of the environment, not only for man’s sake, but also for God’s glory and the benefit of neighbors. It also reveals the attacks on prosperity and freedom that are being made by many in the media and government. With beautiful cinematography and an inspiring ending, BLUE is a rare treat that celebrates the natural elements of earth as well as the humans that inhabit it and the God who created it.