“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, , ,

Teachers and Police Witness Alien “Giants” Land In Russia

Well, so long as they watch where they’re treading I suppose it’s okay…

Filed under: Paranormal, Russia

The Soviet Tale, A History Of The Soviet Union

The Soviet Tale. This is a documentary made by a Latvian producer with support and request from some of the members of the EU. Here is told and explained the truth of Lenin’s, Stalin’s and Hitler’s for that matter, ideologies. That those all originate from one and the same idea published by Karl Marx in 1848-49. The base of it is that for most advanced nations to prosper and to be able to “create” the “New Man” who would be healthier, stronger, smarter and better in every way. But for that to happen the less advanced nations/societies like Slavs, Scottish highlanders, Bretons, Serbs and such have to be “exterminated”. In the advanced nations themselves, the lover society’s classes have to be OLSO exterminated (parasites of the society). This process is called “The War of Classes”. After Lenin took control of the Russia before the First World War, more than 10 million dead! By Stalin’s orders, to confiscate all food from most of the areas in Ukraine, where rebellion was growing. This was year 1932, and winter that year 1932-1933 7 million people starved to death. Under Second World War more than 20 million civilians were killed in the process Class War. After WWII Stalin ordered to clear the concentration camps, first used by Germans, and prepare them for new “prisoners” from all over CCCP (USSR). In Siberia gulags were build and citizens from USSR, mostly from the Baltic’s and south borders were sent there to work and to DIE. Millions more lost their lives there after the war had ended, so that more exact number of victims is unknown and will NEVER be known. This documentary is dedicated to their memory. Please comment; express your feelings and thoughts in my page on youtube, username: vytautas4Xfiles. Please spread the word of awareness to your friends and fellows, so that the dead shall NOT be forgotten and the justice would be served.

Filed under: History, Journalism, Russia, World Affairs, ,

The Living Dead, Adam Curtis: How The Second World War Was Re-Written

“On the Desperate Edge of Now- This episode examined how the various national memories of the Second World War were effectively rewritten and manipulated in the Cold War period. For Germany, this began at the Nuremberg Trials, where attempts were made to prevent the Nazis in the dock—principally Hermann Göring—from offering any rational argument for what they had done. Subsequently, however, bringing lower-ranking Nazis to justice was effectively forgotten about in the interests of maintaining West Germany as an ally in the Cold War. For the Allied countries, faced with a new enemy in the Soviet Union, there was a need to portray WW2 as a crusade of pure good against pure evil, even if this meant denying the memories of the Allied soldiers who had actually done the fighting, and knew it to have been far more complex. A number of American veterans told how years later they found themselves plagued with the previously-suppressed memories of the brutal things they had seen and done. The title comes from a veteran’s description of what the uncertainty of survival while combat is like.”

“You Have Used Me as a Fish Long Enough- In this episode, the history of brainwashing and mind control was examined. The angle pursued by Curtis was the way in which psychiatry pursued tabula rasa theories of the mind, initially in order to set people free from traumatic memories and then later as a potential instrument of social control. The work of Ewen Cameron was surveyed, with particular reference to Cold War theories of communist brainwashing and the search for hypnoprogammed assassins. The programme’s thesis was that the search for control over the past via medical intervention had had to be abandoned and that in modern times control over the past is more effectively exercised by the manipulation of history. Some film from this episode, an interview with one of Cameron’s victims, was later re-used by Curtis in his The Century of the Self. The title of this episode comes from a paranoid schizophrenic seen in archive film in the programme, who believed her neighbours were using her as a source of amusement by denying her any privacy, like a pet goldfish.”

The Attic- In this episode, the Imperial aspirations of Margaret Thatcher were examined. The way in which Mrs Thatcher used public relations in an attempt to emulate Winston Churchill in harking back to Britain’s “glorious past” to fulfil a political or national end. The title is a reference to the attic flat at the top of 10 Downing Street, which was created during Thatcher’s period refurbishment of the house, which did away with the Prime Minister’s previous living quarters on lower floors. Scenes from The Innocents (film) the adaptation of The Turn of the Screw by Henry James are intercut with Thatcher’s reign

More superb journalism from Adam Curtis.

Filed under: Europe, Film, History, Journalism, Media, Military, North America, Palestine, Politics, Russia, UK, World Affairs, , , ,

The Children Of Leningradsky, Nominated for the 2004 Academy Award for Best Documentary

There’s always something wild and wonderful about children in film. These ones are homeless and yet at times still fill the screen with their joy and mischief. There are estimated to be around thirty thousand homeless children living in the streets and railway stations of Moscow, alone. Millions nation-wide.

Filed under: Humanity, Journalism, Russia, ,

The True Story Of Che Guevara ** RECOMMENDED

A very good documentary. A man whose exploits and mixed bag of achievements, among other things, brought the East and West the closest to nuclear stand-off than any other time during the Cold War.

Filed under: Africa, Bolivia, China, Corporations, History, Military, North America, Philosophy, Politics, Russia, South America, World Affairs, ,

New Human Abilities, “The Bronnikov Method” Documentary

Interesting..

Filed under: Health, Psychology, Russia, Science, Technology,

The Baddest Man On The Planet, Fedor Emilianenko

Filed under: Russia, Sport

Mikhail Gorbachev’s Invasion Of Azerbaijan, 20th January 1990

“Azerbaijan – Bloody January Late at night on January 19, 1990, 26.000 Soviet troops stormed Baku. They acted pursuant to a state of emergency declared by the USSR Supreme Soviet Presidium, signed by President Gorbachev and disclosed to the Azerbaijani public only after many citizens lay wounded or dead in the streets, hospitals and morgues of Baku. More than 130 people died from wounds received that night and during subsequent violent confrontations and incidents that lasted in February; the majority of these were civilians killed by Soviet soldiers. More than 700 civilians were wounded. Hundreds of people were detained, only a handful of whom were put on trial for alleged criminal offenses. Civil liberties were severely curtailed. The behavior of Soviet armed forces in Baku must be judged in the context of their actual mission. Mikhail Gorbachev’s use of force in Baku was nothing but the desperate attempt to stop dissolution of Communist ruling in Azerbaijan. The Soviet army was trying to rescue the totalitarian regime, the rule of Communist Party and Soviet empire. For more information: http://www.euro-caspian.com/bloody_january.htm”

Gorbachev even appeared on popular TV chat show “Wogan” once, here in the UK. All we heard of his reign in “The West” was ‘free market’, ‘Perestroika’, and ‘Glasnost’, and everyone in the world (especially the lucrative market of US management consultancy, it turns out) was loving Gorachev but few ever heard about his invasion of the capital of Azerbauijan leaving hundreds dead, wounded, houses, cars, entire towns and lives destroyed, along with a trail of disappearances and allegations of torture.

Filed under: Crime, History, Humanity, Journalism, Military, Russia, World Affairs, , ,

The Caspian Sea Monster, History Of A Russian Naval Project

In August of 1967 an American spy satellite took sensational photographs. A huge unknown machine of 100 meters long and about 500 tons of weight, which looked like an aircraft, was flying over the Caspian Sea waters with more than 500 kilometers of speed. Pentagon analysts called this object “the Caspian sea monster”. It was constructed to make the Soviet Union a naval superpower. Find out about the history of the Caspian sea monster’s construction, checkouts and its rebirth today.

Filed under: Military, Russia, Technology,

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