Communism, Fascism, Democracy, Republic: Confused? Watch This; Ten Minutes Long ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

While ‘communism’ still takes an unfair bashing (it meaning, actually and technically, decades of propaganda aside, the interdependency of small trading communities) this video gives the unfamiliar a good basic understanding of what the narrator calls the “political spectrum”. That is, where civil freedom and liberty begins and ends under the gaze of different types of leadership. It’s simpler than you’ve been led to think. Enjoy. And happy new year!


Filed under: Economics, History, Humanity, Law, Philosophy, Politics

Ahmedinejad’s Christmas Message

Filed under: Humanity, Media, Middle East, Philosophy, Politics, World Affairs, ,

Blueprint For The Future Of The US And UK? The Argentine Economic Crash

Documentary on the events that led to the economic collapse of Argentina in 2001 which wiped out the middle class and raised the level of poverty to 57.5%. Central to the collapse was the implementation of neo-liberal policies which enabled the swindle of billions of dollars by foreign banks and corporations. Many of Argentina’s assets and resources were shamefully plundered. Its financial system was even used for money laundering by Citibank, Credit Suisse, and JP Morgan. The net result was massive wealth transfers and the impoverishment of society which culminated in many deaths due to oppression and malnutrition. If you want to stop the same thing from happening here, and it is happening here, right now, please join the revolution at the Kick Them All Out Projet and the Fire Congress Campaign.”

Any of the above sound familiar? Probably the best documentary I’ve seen on this subject since Pilger’s War on Democracy. In particular there is a small section where treason is discussed as an economic and political mechanism, used as regular as clockwork during most – if not all – administrations of government: including our own.

Filed under: Corporations, Crime, Economics, Financial, History, Humanity, Immigration, Journalism, Law, Media, Politics, South America, ,

We Shop, Who Pays? Western Retail Industry Uses Third World Slaves

Filed under: Corporations, Crime, East Asia, Economics, Europe, Financial, Humanity, Journalism, Law, ,

Illegal Drugs And How They Got That Way: Crack And Cocaine

Filed under: Culture, Health, History, Psychology,

Illegal Drugs And How They Got That Way: Heroin And Opium

Filed under: Health, History, Law, Psychology

The American Nightmare, An Analysis Of Horror Filmmaking ** WARNING: STRONG SCENES OF HORROR

“… A fascinating documentary, released in 2000, which examines the nature of 60s and 70s American horror films and how they reflected contemporary American society. Includes interviews with John Carpenter, John Landis, Wes Craven, George Romero, Tobe Hooper, David Cronenberg and Tom Savini (who talks about his experiences in Vietnam)…

Filed under: Crime, Culture, Film, Humanity, Psychology,

From Russia With Hate, Russian Neo-Nazis And The Immigration Wave

This documentary exposes how they use innocent immigrants as scapegoats for the faults of their own government.

Credit to Current TV…

Current’s Christof Putzel investigates
a growing movement in Russia where neo-Nazi groups are brutally attacking immigrants and spreading their hate by posting violent videos online…”

Sadly, a common mistake among any nations youth is to take out their governments immigration policy on the immigrants themselves. A misdirected and inefficient, but safer, method of dissention than taking the fight directly to the corporations and governments that have instigated the policy. I believe it won’t be long before these issues become further reaching throughout Europe. How will we and our children react? Will we put up with the polarisation of rich and poor such immigration policies tend to encourage in the land where the enlightenment project was born?

Filed under: Crime, Culture, Journalism, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Russia, ,

American Nazis

This film is not about Bush et al, unfortunately.

Filed under: Culture, North America, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, ,

ZERO: An Investigation Into 9-11

Filed under: Crime, History, Journalism, Media, Military, North America, World Affairs, , , , , , ,

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