In the first half, author Mark Dice, who has made a career out of speaking truth to power, argued that celebrities and entertainment are a powerful propaganda tool being used to shape our culture, attitudes, behaviors, and to promote corrupt government policies and programs. He claims the CIA and the Pentagon work hand-in-hand with Hollywood power brokers to produce blockbuster movies and popular television shows that paint positive portraits of war, Orwellian government surveillance, unconstitutional agendas, and more. For instance, Jennifer Garner who played a CIA agent in the TV series, Alias, got tips from the real CIA, and in turn did a recruiting video for them that they posted on their website. "So we see celebrities playing CIA agents who may actually be CIA assets," he remarked, adding that the CIA has an entertainment liaison office.
While during the 1960s and 70s, the Church of Satan (as popularized by Anton LaVey) had some followers in Hollywood, currently there is a kind of secret society of celebrities who embrace the idea of the Illuminati, which Dice characterized as "a modern day version of Luciferianism" that has gained more visibility through the emergence of social media. He also detailed the death of screenwriter Gary DeVore in 1997, who had been working on a script about the CIA in Panama, when he went missing. Eventually, his car was discovered submerged in a California aqueduct, his laptop with the screenplay was missing, and his hands had been cut off, Dice reported. The untimely death of investigative reporter Michael Hastings might have been the result of a computer car hacking, as Hastings had become a thorn in some people's side, he noted.
In the latter half, researcher Greg Orme discussed various artifacts on Mars, which he believes may demonstrate artificial construction on the Red Planet. He particularly focused on an area of Mars called the King's Valley, where he found a set of faces including one he refers to as the Crowned Face (see related photos). He concluded that the faces were likely artificially constructed by statistically comparing the similarities between them, which seemed well beyond chance. Carved into rocks like Mount Rushmore, the constructions are extremely ancient-- millions or billions of years old, due to the signs of erosion and faults running through them, he said.
Orme has also spotted what he thinks could be a representation of fish on Mars. The King's Valley would be an excellent location for a NASA Mars mission or colony, he suggested. He postulated that in the distant past Mars could have been terraformed by a civilization directing a meteor or asteroid to hit it so that all the polar ice would melt. This kind of tactic might be considered by Earth today to make the Red Planet more habitable in matter of decades, he added.