It is evident that the narrator has made sure that no statement is made in the documentary without giving it a foreground from a credible source. These sources are generally in the form of interviews and documents that were published before the terrorist attacks of 9/11. The narrator makes use of these elements to put together pieces spread across the pages of history. Then narrator has chosen to take a two-pronged approach to the Iraq war (Bond). The first deals with the Iraq War through the domestic lens and how the war was put into place through a deliberated and contemplated choice. The second is how the decision to go to war with Iraq was one that conflicted with the fundamentals of global peace.
When considered critically, a highly important element brought into use by the maker of the documentary that merits highlighting is the fact that the documentary chooses to begin each discussion with what comes across as an elaboration being given for a conspiracy theory, and then moves forth to provide a source for the theory from a source that can be considered to be authentic (Bond). Nobel Prize winners, authors, correspondents, clippings of news footage recorded during the bombings of Baghdad and other similar elements have been brought into use. It would not be unjustified to state that the narrator chooses to let the interviews and the clippings do the talking most of the time.