Nazi documentary remade for environmental age

The Eternal Human explores the dehumanization in environmentalism. A remake of 'The Eternal Jew', the infamous nazi documentary that dehumanized jews. This mockumentary follows the narrative of the many environmental documentaries produced by celebrities, politicians, and greens in general.

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(PRWEB) October 08, 2012

A controversial documentary compares environmentalists to Nazis. The Eternal Human looks at dehumanization among environmentalists.

The 18 minute YouTube ‘mockumentary’ is largely a response to the many eco-docs made by celebrities, politicians, NGOs, and greens in general.

Many famous environmentalists compare humans to cancer, a plague or an infection on the planet. Their eye-opening quotes are featured in The Eternal Human. It describes in all seriousness that people are a plague on the earth and that cancer should be cut out. This deadpan sarcastic tone, parodies other environmental documentaries, and is influenced by Jonathan Swift’s A Modest Proposal.

The film is made in the mold of the most infamous example of dehumanization, The Eternal Jew (1940). This hour long Nazi ‘documentary’, described the Jews as a race of rats and parasites, paving the way for their eradication.

The Eternal Human is written and produced by Joel Binda, and is narrated by Lynda Hayes, both Canadian. The producer can be contacted by email: invasionsolid(at)gmail(dot)com

Uploaded October 2012, on YouTube:


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Nazi Documentary remade for Environmental Age