“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, , ,

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 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.

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

“The Americans executed the 9/11 attack perfectly. They managed the media very well. The Indians tried to repeat the formula but goofed up. The idiots made a complete mess of it” – Renowned Pakistani Strategic Defence Analyst

Filed under: Asia, Crime, East Asia, Economics, Humanity, Journalism, Media, Military, World Affairs, , ,

Mumbai Terrorist Attacks Not A CIA/Mossad Job

Al Qaeda theory: Mumbai intellectuals blame MOSSAD, CIA

www.fknnewz.com

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Cry Of The Snow Lion, Award Winning Documentary About Tibet

Ten years in the making, this award-winning documentary was filmed during a remarkable nine journeys throughout Tibet, India and Nepal. CRY OF THE SNOW LION brings audiences to the long-forbidden “rooftop of the world” with an unprecedented richness of imagery… from rarely-seen rituals in remote monasteries, to horse races with Khamba warriors; from brothels and slums in the holy city of Lhasa, to the magnificent Himalayan peaks still traveled by nomadic yak caravans. The dark secrets of Tibet’s recent past are powerfully chronicled through riveting personal stories and interviews, and a collection of undercover and archival images never before assembled in one film. A definitive exploration of a legendary subject, TIBET: CRY OF THE SNOW LION is an epic story of courage and compassion. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00064MWJW/ecored-20 Buy this movie from Amazon.com using this link and you will collaborate with the environmental campaigns of EcoRED International (http://www.ecored.net)

Filed under: Asia, China, Culture, History, Humanity, Journalism, Law, Politics,

B.Fulford (Ex-Eastern Finance Affairs Journalist, Forbes Magazine) Interviews Rockefeller: Discusses East/West Political Divide, Illuminati, And Armageddon Economics

Parts 1-5…

Worth watching if only for the part where Fulford states [concerning Rockefeller]: “he was on my turf. I could have had him brought to me. Tied up with a vibrator up his ass..”

I used to think this guy was full of it but of late I’ve come around to him. He certainly makes me laugh. at least, and seems sincere. This presentation is not without humour. The information within is intriguing.

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Billion Watt Microwaves Beamed Into Ionosphere Can Trigger Earthquakes ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

At first I thought this was, frankly, BS. Watch this…

Filed under: Asia, Crime, East Asia, Economics, Humanity, Journalism, Military, Nature, Politics, Science, Technology, World Affairs, ,

C*nts Are Still Running The World, Jarvis Cocker ** WARNING: EXPLICIT LYRICS

Thanks TAYT.

“One of the penalties for not taking an interest in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors” – Plato 400BC 

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The Cu Chi Tunnels, Produced and Directed by Mickey Grant ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

www.creativehat.com

During the war in Vietnam, thousands of people in the Vietnamese province of Cu Chi lived in an elaborate system of underground tunnels. Originally built in the time of the French, the tunnels were enlarged during the American presence. When the Americans began bombing the villages of Cu Chi, the survivors went underground where they remained for the duration of the war. The secret tunnels, which joined village to village and often passes beneath American bases, were not only fortifications for Viet Cong guerillas, but were also the center of community life. Hidden beneath the destroyed villages were schools and public spaces were hospitals where children were born and surgery was performed on casualties of war: underground were schools and public spaces where couples were married and private places where lovers met. There were even theaters where performers entertained with song and dance and traditional stories.

THE CU CHI TUNNELS, a Mickey Grant film, is the story of life underground told by the people who lived the experience. It is a story told by a surgeon, an artist, and actress, an engineer, and the few survivors of the guerilla band who left the tunnels each night to fight against an enemy of vastly superior strength. Attached to the guerilla bands were Viet Cong documentary cameramen and camerawomen whose footage of the war from the Vietnamese point of view and of love, life and death in the tunnels has survived and is used in the film. This extremely rare footage povides a fascinating kind of echo; we see and hear an actress perform in the wartime tunnels and then hear her describe the experience nearly thirty years later.

I’d always wanted to know about these tunnels since I was a child. I never dreamed they could be as complex and vast as they actually were. Incredible story, a moving and brilliant film.

Filed under: Asia, History, Humanity, Journalism, Military, North America, Psychology

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