“I Came Over The Bridge With Them”, Taxi Cab Driver Admits Involvement In 9/11 Black Op? ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Woah.

Filed under: Africa, Agriculture, Asia, Bolivia, China, Corporations, Crime, Culture, East Asia, Economics, Europe, Film, Financial, Health, History, Humanity, Immigration, Israel, Journalism, Law, Media, Middle East, Military, North America, Palestine, Politics, Psychology, Russia, Science, South America, Technology, UK, World Affairs, , ,

Somalian Pirates? Or Fishermen Protesting The West’s Dumping Of Nuclear Waste And Illegal Fishing In Their Seas?

So are the mafia dumping nuclear waste off the coast of Africa, contracted by European Hospitals, Government and Business..? Here is the story of two journalists murdered while trying to uncover the story…

You are being lied to about pirates

Filed under: Africa, Agriculture, Corporations, Crime, Economics, Europe, Humanity, Journalism, Media, North America, UK, World Affairs,

The Great Global Warming Swindle, Channel 4 ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Back from the dead.

Filed under: Africa, Agriculture, Asia, China, Corporations, Culture, Economics, Europe, Financial, Health, History, Humanity, Journalism, Media, Nature, Politics, Science, World Affairs,

The Future Of Food, Presented by Massachussets School of Law

“What should every person know about the food they ingest. The documentary “The Future of Food” changed the way we think about food(and continues to do so) by answering this very question. But, just how has food actually changed? Do we need to worry about genetically modified foods? What about artificial foods? Learn all this more as Kurt Olson, host of the Educational Forum, sits down with Deborah Garcia the award winning creator of “The Future of Food.”

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Grass (1925), Bakhtiari Tribe Annual Migration Seeking Fresh Grazing For Livestock

“1925! . That is right! 1925 documentary about the bakhtiari tribe regular annular migration (Yeylaagh & Gheshlaagh) accross Zardkoh to reach fresh grass for their animals. This is an awsome documentary showing their challanges as they tried to pass Karun and all other difficulties of the routine chores “

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Filed under: Agriculture, Film, Middle East, Nature

Harvest of Despair, Bolshevik’s Mass Starvation of Ukraine, 1933

Few people know of the atrocities commited by the communists in Ukraine. The Holodomor, the Soviet engineered famine of 1933 was directed by Stalin agains the Ukrainian people, in a savage atempt to crush their will. Millions of people have died of hunger in one of the most shameful pages of human history. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor

Filed under: Agriculture, Crime, Europe, History, Humanity, Journalism, Military, Russia,

Off The Grid: Living A Sustainable Life

Filed under: Agriculture, Culture, Economics, Health, Nature,

The Girl Who Silenced The World For Five Minutes

The cynic in me says “your Dad wrote that” but her delivery is fiesty, heartfelt and coherent. And… well. She’s right. Isn’t she.

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Controlling Our Food

On March 11 a new documentary was aired on French television – a documentary that Americans won’t ever see. The gigantic bio-tech corporation Monsanto is threatening to destroy the agricultural biodiversity which has served mankind for thousands of years

Monsanto. Spiking Earth’s drink.

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