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On Fukushima Radiation: current situation and possible remedies

August 7, 2013

Lifting the Veil: Barack Obama and the Failure of Capitalist “Democracy”

July 17, 2013

co-opted, disenfranchisement, John Stauber, PR Watch, Larry Pinckney, Black Agenda Report, political movements, populism, Sharon Smith, William I Robinson, Editor, Critical Globalization Studies, zbigniew

http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/corporatism/lifting-the-veil-barack-obama-and-the-failure-of-capitalist-democracy.html

“A Must-Watch if You Want to Understand
Who and What Obama is About, as Well
as this Hypocrisy they Call Democracy.”

Acclaim for ‘Lifting the Veil’

“Lifting the Veil is the long overdue film that powerfully, definitively, and finally exposes the deadly 21st century hypocrisy of U.S. internal and external policies, even as it imbues the viewer with a sense of urgency and an actualized hope to bring about real systemic change while there is yet time for humanity and this planet. See this film!”
— Larry Pinkney
Editorial Board Member & Columnist – The Black Commentator

“Lifting the Veil is a major contribution to political documentary. It teaches everyone from the uninitiated to the most sophisticated the true nature of the American government… It covers the issues clearly and succinctly, from the opening narrative through to its stirring conclusion.”
— Ralph Poynter
Lynne Stewart Defense Committee – New Abolitionist Movement

“The best political film I’ve seen to date. A must watch if you want to understand who and what Obama is about, as well as this hypocrisy they call democracy.”
— Kiilu Nyasha
Independent Journalist and former member of the Black Panther Party

“A wonderful, powerful film”
— Leah Bolger
National Vice President, Veterans for Peace

“In less than two hours, documentarian Scott Noble eviscerates the myth of the American dream, laying bare the grinning, skeletal greed at its core. It’s the best single compilation we’ve yet seen on the corruption that has demolished the American commons and the lives of billions across the globe.”
— Richard Brenneman
Eats Shoots ‘n Leaves

“Noble is brilliantly pioneering the new film-making — incisive analysis, compelling sound and footage, fearless and independent reporting, and the aggregation of the best information out there into powerful, educational and free online feature films – all on a shoestring budget. His films educate and inform while building the movements needed for real change at the grassroots. Noble’s films are dedicated to democracy; they fan the flames of non-violent, people-powered revolution.”
— John Stauber
Founder, PR Watch

Police Kick Russell Malcolm Out Of His Home For Exposing Corruption! 6July2013 . MRNEWSguerillamedia

July 6, 2013


Published on Jul 5, 2013

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After being tailed for a week by marked police cars, Russell has been Raided by 9 cops, half a dozen security guards and an ambulance!
He was told he had 30 minutes to leave his home that he’d been in for 30 years with no paperwork shown and when he had packed everything up and was about to get into his car they said “Times up!” and the security guards (not the police) forcibly escorted him off his own property!
I have recorded a conversation with Russell Malcolm and am uploading it as we speak to give a blow by blow of this horrific incidence, this is fear and intimidation in my professional opinion a deliberate attempt to silence him.
With no access to the internet or any documents for his court case he is now going to court at 9:30am this monday the 8th to defend against charges for which the prime witness will not even be showing up.
His case exposes the Prime Sinister John Key, Auckland Mayor Len Brown and corrupt practices by the Auckland City Council (formerly Rodney council) & the New Zealand Police.
I believe Russell has as much ammunition as Kim Dotcom to help bring down the tyrants that truly rule this nation, these men are doing their part to defend themselves and by extension all citizens of this nation from scumbaggery, as a media man, I am doing my part too, will you do yours?
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Category News & Politics

Fix the World Documentary, three parts, three hours

June 16, 2013

@home: Catherine’s Story . KindlingGroup·

May 14, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPfO7oFj20U

Published on May 13, 2013

Few people realize that homelessness is truly lethal. One night on the streets is too long, and the folks who’ve spent months or years homeless are very much at risk, mentally and physically. Catherine, who spent more than a decade on and off the streets, is one of too many people who eventually succumb to homelessness. We dedicate this to her memory, and are continuing to fight to make sure more people like her can get into long-term, supportive housing, and get the care they need to survive.

For more information and to support @home please click here: invppl.tv/athome

On any given night, nearly 633,782 people in the United States experience homelessness — over 60,000 of them veterans. And the average age of a homeless person in the United States is only nine years old. When we met Mark, we would never have believed that ending homelessness is achievable — but he has convinced us, as he has thousands of others, that it is.

Our goal: to use film, social media, and a smartphone game to amplify Invisible People’s work — turning apathy into action, making the homeless men and women in your community visible, and inspiring more and more people to take action to solve homelessness in their own backyards.

Emily Cragg

May 13, 2013

https://plus.google.com/110893507785869610783#110893507785869610783/about

Story
Introduction
was adopted, so lots of names apply. Genus: Human being; Race: mixed; Sex: Yes; Culture: Consenting or Withholding Consent. Age: 65 but Hoping for Eternity. History: Checkered. Experience: Suffering and Joy. Attainments: Healing and Progress. Acquisitions: Few. Memory: Dim and Dimmer. Goal: to know and understand what’s really going on in our Galaxy. But I’ll get there. So will you.
 
Basic Information
Gender
Female
Other names
Emily Elizabeth Windsor Cragg
 

Housing the homeless: “I feel human again.”

May 2, 2013

Housing the homeless: “I feel human again.”.


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