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Raymond Deane's Travail: Dawn of a New Day - The Illuminati, New World Order, 9:11 and racism

Updated on October 30, 2015

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Travail: Dawn of a New Day official poster
Travail: Dawn of a New Day official poster

Called the "Quentin Tarantino of The Truth Movement"

Film director Raymond Deane has been called "The Quentin Tarantino of the Truth Movement” and you can find out why in his new movie Travail: Dawn of a New Day. It is a fast-moving action-packed and very controversial suspense film that will appeal to conspiracy theorists and truth-seekers but should be of interest to a far greater audience as well.

New World Order

Travail: Dawn of a New Day tackles the subjects of the Illuminati, the New World Order, 9:11 and cover-up conspiracy theories about it, the Vatican, depopulation and the culling of humans, engineered racism and much more.

The Matrix

If you enjoyed or were inspired by The Matrix then Travail: Dawn of a New Day is a film for you. It takes the view that secret societies are behind world events and controlling the media and the masses. Nothing is really as it seems!

In conspiracy theory, The Illuminati are probably the most well-known sinister group of secretive world rulers and in this controversial film it is proposed that they are furthering racism for their own covert designs. It examines how the Bible agreed with slavery and suggests that it has never gone away but has been very cleverly disguised. Are black hip-hop and rap artists today unwittingly being used by their evil puppet masters to usher in the chaos that the secret rulers of the world seek to create before they can bring in their New World Order as the solution? It shows how secrete societies are oppressing and using black people in modern-day America, and how this is part of a very sinister plan.

Human cull

As already stated, this film looks into various conspiracy theories, including the depopulation agenda or "human cull" as it has also been called, chemtrails, and the 9:11 cover-up of it being a staged disaster and False Flag operation. What you believe about these matters is up to you, and I have my own views of course, but this film is bringing them onto the cinema screen and well and truly into the public arena where they belong.

"Raymond Deane's Travail: Dawn of a New Day" Movie Trailer

What some people are saying about Travail

Manny aka the Movie Guy has heaped praises on this film and said that “The Trailer for Travail: Dawn of a New Day is thought provoking…" and that he is "very impressed with the look ."

Adrienne Russo (Music Industry Publicist) has praised the movie highly too and she commented:"I love conspiracy theory movies and this one may take the cake. It examines real issues that we all deal with."

Moreno (Rapper) was so impressed with the trailer that he "Can’t wait to watch the whole thing!" and is "Already hoping for a sequel."

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More about Travail: Dawn of a New Day

Travail: The Dawn of a New Day was filmed and produced in New York and Boston between 2009 and 2011 and stars the following actors and actresses: Nick Dubanos, Alex Ortiz, Tiffany Stoker, Sam Price, Jamie Lamm, Patrick Brana, Mindy Wedner, Jamie Lamm, David Lassiter, Alexis Diaz, Carlin Adelson, Sarah Ann Vail, Samantha Payne.

The film was produced by Raymond Deane Films in association with Knew Mind Pictures, and was also written and directed by Raymond Deane.

It is the first part of a trilogy of films that will continue to look into very controversial subject matters, whilst bringing them into a popular form of entertainment. Travail: Dawn of a New Day is one of those films that really give you something to think about!

© 2011 Steve Andrews


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      Gunny Cracker 2 years ago from Elkhorn, WI

      In the famous words of Lawrence Welk "Wunnerful, wunnerful, wunnerful." I have to find that movie 'Travail'.

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      Steve Andrews 6 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      Thank you, Terri! I hope you enjoy it when it comes out.

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      Terri Meredith 6 years ago from Pennsylvania

      I never heard of it either, because like many of my counterparts, I don't stare mindlessly at the television set. I'm going to have to see this movie, though. Just as you, I too have my own view about the events of 9/11 and other "conspiracy theories."

      There's the old sayings about life imitating art and vice versa. It sounds like this movie is going to be an example of art imitating life. Should be very interesting. Thanks for the info! voted up & useful

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      Steve Andrews 6 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      Hi Fen! Find out more about it at the official sites! I wrote this after the director got in touch. I watched the trailer, read a bit about it and put this together.

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      fen lander 6 years ago from Whitstable

      Yeah, thanks Bard, I love this stuff... never seen a trailer for it either and NEVER go to see movies... the simple fact that you're enthusing about it though makes me want to go and see it, somewhere, somehow, soon. Nice one.

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      Steve Andrews 6 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      The director got in touch with me via here which just goes to show that all sorts of people read our hubs! I am invited to the premiére in NY but sadly I cannot go!

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      Kelly Umphenour 6 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      Bard - I rarely watch TV so I hadn't even heard of this movie - but I already can't wait to see it. I love conspiracy theories and am really interested in the Illuminati and have been for years. Thanks for the heads up!

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      Steve Andrews 6 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      Thank you your comments too!

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      shaktilove 6 years ago from nearby You - just behind 2 screens

      They who seek to rule over others, fed their ego ~

      We can speak about this a lot, but does it necessary? It promotes their business. The same is in case of Bible - when we refer to it, then we are managing it, although known it's a fairy tale ~

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      Steve Andrews 6 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      Thank you for posting!

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      Chasuk 6 years ago

      I love Tarantino, but I am not reminded of him when I watch the trailer, nor of "The Matrix." Still, the movie does seem interesting in its own right, so I will probably end up watching it.

      Thanks for the review.

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      Steve Andrews 6 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      Thank you, JS!

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      JS Matthew 6 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      This is a great review and I want to see this! I had never heard of this movie until I came upon this Hub. I love conspiracy theory movies and documentaries and it sounds like this one will be promising! Thanks for sharing this. Going to reserve it on Netflix! Voted up and sharing!