This documentary addresses the core issues of land and identity; it probes the evolution of the seemingly incurable conflict in Palestine from a historic perspective that is typically unknown to American audiences.
Cartoons from the 60's were the best. This one is visually fun with a political message from the American Oil Institute. It's about competition in the oil industry, and spreading the wealth and power vs total Oil-igarchy. Set in outer space, it's a nice distraction for a few short minutes. It even has a happy ending.
Overview of the OKC Bombing case created by State Representative Charles Key. * Takes a look at major issues regarding the cover up by the FBI and Justice Department. * Including: Eyewitnesses, Other Bombs found and Prior Knowledge. Excellent and compelling.
We don't name them, we just bring them here if they're good enough, and this one is. If you can stand an occasional reference to, er, words like the ones in the title, and if you can get past the fellow urinating on an indoor plant at the beginning of the film, then what starts out looking like a lame Canadian college student film turns out to do a darn good job of exposing the practice of government leaks.
Why is it always the ugly truth that rears it's head? Why never a pretty butterfly or just plain old good news? One begins to wonder if the world wouldn't be a much nicer place without the help of spy agencies. It seems that Diana was in fear for her life from her own secret service. As we've come to learn, all secret services are corrupt and evil and responsible for all of the terrorism and assassinations the world over. This film does a respectable job of proving that's what happened to Diana and Dodi.
This Alex Jones classic film is a must see. Long and intense are his trademarks and this one is no exception. Alex reveals what's hidden in plain sight by looking at the militarization of the police, and the police-ification of the military. A scene in Oakland California shows a conditioning exercise, teaching people to submit quietly when the military comes to their town and takes total control, saying through loud speakers, "We're the American military and we're here to help. Please remain calm. We will not tolerate civil disobedience. Please remain calm and cooperate so we can process you into the camp faster." The camp? Yes folks, the concentration camps that have been built all over the country and are ready and waiting to be filled with millions of US.
Alex also exposes the FBI involvement in the "terrorist acts" in Oklahoma City and the first bombing at the Twin Towers. As usual, it is they who recruit, train, arm and give the plans to the patsies; and who are protected from indictment and prosecution by our corrupt judiciary. Watching Road To Tyranny may not put you in a good mood, but it will wise you up a bunch. Very important stuff.
All human life is valuable and all people have the right to human dignity. This movie is a soul rending tale of exactly the opposite. It tells the story of the siege of Kunduz with testimony of witnesses and facilitators, of how three thousand people were forced into sealed shipping containers and loaded into sealed trucks for transport across the desert to prisons. Within 20 minutes they were screaming for air, the trucks were stopped and soldiers fired directly into the boxes "to make air holes". Blood streamed from the boxes. This is only the beginning. After four days without being given water, food, medical assistance or any trace of humanity, those who arrived still living were marched into the desert and shot. Mass graves hold what remains of their bones and clothing. Two of the films's witnesses were killed before the film was completed. US Special Forces are implicated and the US Military, of course, denies knowledge or involvement. The story is gripping and horrible and cries out for justice to be done.
If you REALLY want to understand what's going on, this lecture by Michel Chossudovsky will do the trick. It's an intellectual format so if you need lots of action and short sentences don't bother. But if you can make it through this grueling 2 hours, you will have attained enlightenment grasshopper. All of the lies and all of their reasons are exposed and explained by someone who really gets it.
Interestingly, the link to this movie went dead and upon trying to locate a new one I found the entire film gone without a trace. Except for at a Japanese version of YouTube. Unfortunately, although I've watched many films at Japanese film server sites, the message I got when trying to play this one, which they do have, is that "this clip has been blocked in your region". Good heavens no, we mustn't let Americans find out what Vietnam war vets had to say about their experiences. It might be unAmerican or something, huh? Chumps. I guess this one's not available but I recommend that occasionally you do a search for it and you never know, it might spring up somewhere again. If you find it, watch it and maybe even let me know you've found it.
Explores the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution of our time. Footage from pop culture, advertising, TV news, and corporate propaganda, illuminates the corporation's grip on our lives. Taking its legal status as a "person" to its logical conclusion, the film puts the corporation on the psychiatrist's couch to ask "What kind of person is it?" Provoking, witty, sweepingly informative, The Corporation includes forty interviews with corporate insiders and critics - including Milton Friedman, Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, and Michael Moore - plus true confessions, case studies and strategies for change
The last half hour is the best with a superb speech given by Col Bowman. We shouldn't need to ask these questions, we should know the truth. This film highlights the strong likelihood that the Twin Towers and Building 7 were brought down, not by fire, but by controlled demolition.
An excellent overview of the Gulf situation. Provides historical context and exposes the hypocrisy of the US Government in the Middle East. Also reveals the use and effects of depleted uranium causing terrible health problems for American service-persons and for Iraqi civilians. This is how the US is seen all over the world, everywhere but here in the US where we still think we're the good guys. We can thank a bought and sold media for that; a lap dog of the government, it keeps us stupid and in the dark.
Really good. Frank pointed questions, the kind we deserve to be hearing on the mainstream news but are utterly absent. The official 9-11 Commission Report left a lot to be desired, in fact it was outrageous. Nearly everyone on the commission had terrible conflicts of interest, critical testimonies were totally omitted, and unanswered questions were brushed over pretending no answers were to be found. The most screaming example being the reason that WTC 7 collapsed, which many people are unaware of.
On September 11th, 2001, whether several thousand miles away or right there in New York, millions of Americans wished there was something they could do. Emergency workers from all over the country headed to Ground Zero on their own, deeply driven to help. Unfortunately once the government took control, fewer and fewer people were able to help search for survivors or do much of anything and soon were systematically denied entrance at all. It was frustrating for everyone and began the pattern of secrecy and control that still dominates the subject to this day. This nicely done professional quality film tells the personal story of two friends who went to help and did get in. It covers only the first three days after which they were no longer allowed to be there. It will evoke memories and bring back tears but it will also show you that there was little chance you could have done anything, and that's important to get. There is unique footage and information that was not shown on television as it all comes directly from the hands on personal level of these two incredible individuals.
A candid call in talk show where the subject is the horrendous effects of leaving DU all over the Middle East. Face it, it's a sick thing for the US Military to do, and we're not the only ones doing it. The question is should anyone be "using" depleted uranium at all? The answer is obvious. There is no reasonable cause to do so. IMHO, leave it to the neo-cons to be stuck with an ever increasing supply of radio active waste and turn it into a money making venture that kills innocent people. It truly is their M.O.
Retired Head of the FBI in Los Angeles Ted Gunderson gives a lecture that might strike you as hard to believe. The first time I heard it that's what I thought. But now, with so many other threads from other sources I'm seeing a wide tapestry of deceit. I no longer doubt anything about this. You should hear it for yourself and see if you don't start seeing a tapestry too. If I had one wish it might be that people would not be so quick to blindly believe in and trust government, because it's simply not in their best interest. On the contrary, it serves the people much better to believe their fellow citizens and especially those who come forward with truths that endanger them. Why should anyone be afraid to speak? That alone should serve as a wake up call.
From Flight 800, to Waco, to OKC he knew the official stories were not true. He knew why. He's a technical expert with 31 years experience working for the military in weapons R&D. With 2 engineering degrees General Partin gives a no nonsense briefing with technical facts and photographs the public didn't get to see and which leaves no doubt in mind that we've all been lied to in the worst possible way. State terrorism is not only real, it's the only terrorism going in the USA. He also reveals some very interesting situations the public is oblivious to, and lends his personal philosophies about being American in small enjoyable bites. It is unfortunate that there is some bashing of the "left" and near the end too much mention of religious subject matter as we don't see either as helpful or necessary in getting the truth to everyone regardless of personal ideology. The very beginning of the lecture is a very short introduction by a religious dude, don't worry it's over with real quick. Don't let it dissuade you from listening to this man's presentation. It's quite amazing right from the start.
Once again we need the BBC to expose us to ourselves. When Ray Nagin ordered the city to evacuate, people scrambled to get out of town. We know the ones who didn't have the ability to leave were left to fend for themselves. This version of 21st century gov't sees no reason to help the sick or poor, or the democrats; their lives apparently have no value to them. If the law abiding poor aren't worth saving, what about the 7,000 souls in jail? The most basic humanity would have bussed prisoners out of harms way, but there was no basic humanity. They were left to slowly drown in rising waters, without food or water, and were locked in overcrowded cells, by conscious decision. The elected sheriff made that call and in the midst of the disaster was no where to be found. He was awol while people drowned and endured the nightmarish threat of slow death by drowning and starvation. It is clear that there is such a thing as a male whore as is evidenced by this mans's bald face lies about being on hand during the catastrophe and how not one life was lost. In fact, he showed up only once with a camera man, to make a clip for his re-election campaign. He was re-elected. This is a tale of system failure, and of simple people who's lives were rendered n/a by politicians. You should know about it.
St Bernard Parish wasn't mentioned in the news much, yet the devastation there was total. Mile after mile of gutted, decimated homes and businesses which (as will be shown in the next film), is largely the same one year later. These people lost everything and the government has nothing for them. FEMA gives conflicting answers or no answers and now won't even show up. These people have been abandoned. The only help has come from citizens, which was described as "above grace" by one man in the film. The nightmare is far from over. It is clear that America feels nothing but compassion for all the losses and pain Katrina brought to the people whose lives were decimated. It is heart breaking and disgraceful that for the first time, our government is not in the humanitarian forefront setting proud standards in human assistance in those destroyed cities. Instead, the government is not even interested in helping. How shameful it is. It's hard to understand how anyone who claims to be human can turn their backs on those who depend on them for help. It is harder still to comprehend choosing not to help when the resources of the United States are at your beck and call. The help could be there if the government wanted to help. It is perfectly clear, they do not, and they never did.
One year after Katrina, St. Bernard Parish, LA still needs volunteers. Narrated video includes July 2006 footage and interviews with residents from Mereaux, Chalmette and Violet.
It is beyond comprehension that bush refuses to help. How can anyone who has it within his power to just say the word and help would come from all directions, choose not to do so? What kind of person could be so ugly? What kind of person would say "it's not my problem, too bad for them"? An elderly woman believes she'll die before she can sleep in her own bed again. If she were bush's mother, do you believe for one second she'd still be living in these ruins? We all know it would never happen. What does that tell us fellow citizens? You tell me.
A panel of 5 unique experts address an audience at UC Santa Barbara. The first speaker is the mayor who gives her insider point of view honestly but with restraint. Each of the following speakers is profoundly interesting, giving a great deal of meaningful and enlightening factual information, supplying background and data that will increase everyone's comprehension. This panel should not be missed as there is much here that should be public knowledge; and which as usual is not. They will examine the interaction of race, access to resources, and the reaction from neighboring communities and the federal and local government before and after Katrina.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to look out your window and see the ground covered with rushing, rising water? What would you be feeling as it got higher and higher, and finally began filling your home? The young person who made this home video gives us an intimate insider view of this household's outwardly calm reaction as the first floor of their house is completely flooded and they, plus the dogs, are forced upstairs to hope it doesn't get any higher. It is odd when one of them realizes that the fish tank is in immanent threat. Sort of silly surreal. It does make you think.
Come along for an interesting car ride through areas of New Orleans and see for your self how much wreckage and heart ache is still there to be dealt with. The film maker says the areas that were quick to receive assistance and rebuilding were the ones with the wealthiest residents, while the poorer areas have all but been forgotten. It's a class issue. It always has been, and it always will be, only now this truth is perfectly transparent. There's a lesson here not to be missed. Do not expect the government to help YOU when it all comes crashing down, they won't be there, and they won't protect you from anything.
The families of 9/11's victims bear a burden of pain that goes far beyond our own breath taking shock and sadness. They need answers which are not forthcoming. The bush administration had to be pushed for 2 years to start a commission to investigate what happened, and when it finally agreed, the entire exercise was interwoven with conflicts of interest, omissions, and worse. Questions were asked but not answered. Inevitably answers were sought without official help which has unraveled hundreds of lies and shocking facts, many of which were strangely not spoken of by network media, leaving the public in ignorance. This film is a veritable data base of the lies and hidden facts in the official version of 9/11 that everyone has the right to know. If it's hard for you to believe your government could lie, cheat and steal from you, then you need to watch this movie. I know it hurts. The truth often does.
The maker of this movie was angry at assertions that the official story of 9-11 was not true. He set out to investigate the allegations and found himself overwhelmed with volumes of evidence that proved to him that the official story is just that, a story. The real conspiracy theory is the official version of the events of that day. Here in 3 parts are the discoveries that changed his mind.
In 17 minutes you'll be introduced to reality with a full spectrum digital slap in the face. All sheep please wake up and take your microchip. Good little sheepie. OR - wake up and say no. It's up to you.
Jordan Maxwell and Jason Whitney each present an enjoyable and very interesting explanation of how commercial law applies in these United States, The United States Inc., and to we the property of the bushco. Everything you know IS wrong. As much as you may be tempted to brush this off, don't. I'm afraid it's all true. Do check it out for yourself.