I intend to watch FarenHype as I did Farenheit 9/11. Thought it was funny that one of the reviews in your link stated "counter-acting Michael Moore's lies with this movie's lies (FarenHYPE), is worse." (or something like that) What an outstanding review!
I'll judge for myself.
To those who can't even stomach watching Farenheit 9/11, why? Are you not mature enough to watch it and determine whether some points have merit? To just put your hands over your eyes and ears doesn't seem open minded.
Points that I'd like to have Farenhype clear up (in regards to points made by Moore);
1. We know 140 Saudi's were secretly flown out of the US on Sept. 13th, Why? Who authorized the evacuation without as much as questioning the BinLaden relatives as to the where abouts of Osama before vanishing back into Suadi Arabia? (it's now known that the majority of terrorist in 9/11 were from Suadi Arabia)
2. Does the Bush family have a very large investments in the Carlyle Group? Did Bush Sr. earn 1.4 Billion dollars with partners including Suadia Arabia (investing on building military Bradleys)? Is this why we "excused" the 140 Suadis? Did Suadi ever bail out young business man George Bush in his early oil days? Why? Did the Bin Laden family actually visit Texas to meet with Bush? (Obviously, not every BinLaden is a terrorist, but may answer why Bush let them fly out of the US while closed down).
3. Did the US military detain/imprison every male Iraqi for months upon months because we had no interpreters and couldn't read any of their language/identification papers to tell whether they were for or against our presence? If so, doesn't sound like good military planning to overtake and police a nation without anyone knowing how to communicate with any of them.
4. Do military recruiters prey on the low income/jobless? I think that one is obvious.
5. Exactly how many Congressman have their sons or daughters in Iraq?
6. Will our "all voluntary" military be depleted soon? Are recruitments at a all time low? Servicemen (and women) and reserves are already serving past their initial terms. Who will replace those who eventually are allowed to finally end their service agreement, when recruiters are finding it difficult to recruit new soldiers?
7. Given the Bush family's own oil investments/history and the Suadi business partners, was there any decisions linked directly with Iraq's oil reserves?
Those are some of the quick points I recall from Moore's movie/documentary.
Basically it come down to this, again, these are Moore's points or questions;
Was 9/11 handled poorly? Was there a huge neglect on intelligence that we received, warning us that BinLaden had a plan involving air liners crashing into US targets (August 6th 2001 PDP).
Does the Bush family have ANY special relations and or personal investments with Suadia Arabia that might be considered "conflict of interest" in regards to decisions made as the President of the United States (National Security).
That's what it boils down to. I don't care how long Bush stared at the kids after being told the nation was under attack. I do care if there are personal investments that lead to certain decisions/favors. And, I do care if the President can't even meet with the 911 Commission (who he tried to stop the creation of) without bringing the real decision maker, Mr. Vice President, with him and meeting in a 3 hour private session. What National Security matters or blunders were they afraid of getting out to the public? Watch the film and look at Bush's facial expressions after coming out of that private session. To say he looked frazzled and confused would be an understatement.