First of all, YEAH this is an amazing AND EXCITING THING!!!!!
However, I do have some suggestions for improving!
The overall idea is PERFECT, and I just LOVE all the information that is being thrown into the video. The problem is that, at some points, too much information comes on screen, as well as the audio, and it can overwhelm the viewer, and even unable him to fully take all the information in.
For example, at some point there is a text to read on screen, as well as there is someone speaking (not reading what the text says, but something else; relevant to the subject, but not the same thing) hence I lose some of the information there.
This is even more true to the ones who are not native english speakers and will have more difficult time to take all of this in.
On another note, although I love -to no end- the black background and red letters (it also gives the website's feeling) I believe if you make too much contrast on screen/video, some may have difficulty reading/watching it. Imagine this: you are throwing extremely important (and difficult to digest) information to the people. If you also make the video in itself too "heavy" (so to speak; a combination of intense contrast can be considered "heavy"), they will have even more difficulty watching it. If someone is completely new and unaware, I am not sure they will stay until the end, as their minds, along with their physical senses (sight, hearing) will be overstimulated.
But... oh god, I laughed a lot with the funnies in the video. x"D
That was some nice humor. X"D
But the ending was just... I mean the part where they explained the war on Germany. You did well to include that, I do not have any "suggestions for correction" it's just that, for me personally, I have difficulty seeing/reading that kind of information (same with rapes and such); it's very painful and make my heart beat too fast for too long.
But really, the information in this video is very VERY good and important. The only things that I would "correct" if I were you is the intensified color contrast, as well as the combination of text-on-screen and voice-speaking (saying something different from what is written) at the same time.
If you watch other documentaries on the matter (not on Satanism or the jews, of course, but on matters that have to do with the world, or Earth and such), you might get some good ideas.
Take the documentary "Zeitgeist" for example. Other than the information (the third Zeitgeist movie was pro-communism so they fucked up BUT), you can just take notes on how they create their documentaries. How much information do they give at one amount of time. How many minutes do they talk about a specific subject (religion, money etc). And you should also judge by yourself, if what you see makes you tired, or at what point (minute) do you feel tired, does your brain feel tired by it etc.
Also, take into consideration all the ones who are without... They will have so much more difficult time digesting all of that, and even understanding
some parts of it.
So, these are my suggestions!
Also, I do not know what video editing programs you use. Personally I use Sony Vegas Pro 12 (but it is a HEAVY program, and it has actually caused some damage to my computer.... ahem...), for audio I have also used "Wavepad sound editor" (if I want to make the music 'fade out' at the end; but Sony Vegas has
plenty of options to edit sound, as well as video/image).
I hope my suggestions are helpful!