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It Has Begun: Humanity’s Immune Response


This film explores the evolution of propaganda and public relations in the United States, with an emphasis on the “elitist theory of democracy” and the relationship between war, propaganda and class.

Includes original interviews with a number of dissident scholars including Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Michael Parenti, Peter Phillips (“Project Censored”), John Stauber (“PR Watch”), Christopher Simpson (“The Science of Coercion”) and others.

We’re All Predictably Irrational – Dan Ariely

Occupy Wall St – The Revolution Is Love

Modern Money Mechanics

Here is a link to the pdf file, Modern Money Mechanics (a booklet produced and distributed free by the Public Information Center of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago), and below is a video clip (from the documentary “Zeitgeist: Addendum“) that explains the process of money creation as documented in the MMM booklet.  There are some really great quotes in there.

We Want To Be Free

In 2011, Peoples Around The World Took To The Streets In Protest.
They Want To Be Free Of Terror.
They Want To Be Free Of War.
They Want To Be Free From The Enslavement Of Governments.
They Want To Be Free From The Failing Financial System.
They Want To Be Free Of Greed & Corruption.
They Want To Be Free Of Media Manipulation.
They Want To Be Free To Choose!
They Want To Be Free To Live Life To The Fullest.
They Want To Be Free To love & To Live In Peace.

Featuring Prophetic Voices From The Past,
This Short Documentary Is,
Of The Peoples Of The World,
For The Peoples Of The World…
For We All Want To Be Free!

Original Music By Sonic Realm

Martin Luther King – Proud To Be Maladjusted!

The U.S. Vs. John Lennon

A fascinating account of a relatively unknown piece of political history. Before the Iraq war and the Bush Administration, there was John Lennon, who used his fame and fortune to protest the Vietnam War and advocate world peace. This documentary is the compelling true story of how and why the U.S. Government tried to silence him, and the events that transformed him from a beloved musical artist into an anti-war activist and an inspirational icon. It will also show that this was not just an isolated episode in American history but that the issues and struggles of that era remain relevant today.

Watch the entire documentary here.

U.S. Prison/Industrial Complex: The New Slavery & The Sickness In The American System

The Consumer

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