Daily Archives: January 10, 2013

Invisible.Empire.-.A.New.World.Order.Defined


scheroimo

Published on Nov 24, 2012

U.S. history you dont learn in school II by Alex Jones

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Oliver Stones Untold History Of The United States – Sequence


achillesmlf

Published on Dec 30, 2012

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Oliver Stone on the Untold U.S. History from Atomic Age, Vietnam to Obama’s Drone War


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Published on Nov 16, 2012

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Academy Award-winning Oliver Stone has teamed up with historian Peter Kuznick to produce a 10-part Showtime series called, “Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the United States.” Drawing on archival findings and recently declassified documents, the filmmakers critically examine U.S. history — from the atomic bombing of Japan, to the Cold War, to the fall of Communism, and continuing all the way through to the Obama administration. Contrary to what’s taught in schools across the country, the filmmakers found the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were militarily unnecessary and morally indefensible.

Watch Part 2 of this interview:

http://youtu.be/gM6RqlnTryA

Stone and Kuznick also suggest the Soviet Union, not the United States, ultimately defeated the Germans in World War II. And, they assert the United States, not the Soviet Union, bore the lion’s share of responsibility for perpetuating the Cold War. The filmmakers also found U.S. presidents, especially in wartime, have frequently trampled on the Constitution and international law, and they note the United States has brought the world dangerously close to nuclear war by repeatedly brandishing nuclear threats. The first episode of the series aired Monday night on Showtime. For more about this series and the companion book, we are joined by Stone and Kuznick.

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Occupy Food: The Farmers March to Wall Street


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Uploaded on Dec 6, 2011

Excerpts from speakers at Occupy Food event at La Plaza Cultural on Avenue C and 9th Street in Manhattan on Dec. 4, 2011, hosted by Occupy Wall Street and Food Democracy Now.

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Farmers Join Occupy Wall Street: video 2


WMD4NYC

Uploaded on Dec 5, 2011

Farmers Join Occupy Wall Street, Calling for Food Justice Sunday, December 4th at 2pm
By Mel Fabrikant Friday, December 02, 2011, 10:07 AM EST
As Wall Street’s corrupt influence on the economy has grown, the corporate ownership of our food system has hurt the health and livelihood’s of some of our most vulnerable communities. This Sunday, December 4th food justice activists and occupiers will be travelling from as far as Colorado, Iowa, Maine and Upstate New York to join together for the Occupy Wall Street FARMERS’ MARCH. Through a day of dialogue, musical performances, and a march, farmers and their urban allies working for food justice in their communities will form alliances to fight and expose corporate control of the food supply.

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Farmers Join Occupy Wall Street: video 1


WMD4NYC

Uploaded on Dec 5, 2011

Farmers Join Occupy Wall Street, Calling for Food Justice Sunday, December 4th at 2pm
By Mel Fabrikant Friday, December 02, 2011, 10:07 AM EST
As Wall Street’s corrupt influence on the economy has grown, the corporate ownership of our food system has hurt the health and livelihood’s of some of our most vulnerable communities. This Sunday, December 4th food justice activists and occupiers will be travelling from as far as Colorado, Iowa, Maine and Upstate New York to join together for the Occupy Wall Street FARMERS’ MARCH. Through a day of dialogue, musical performances, and a march, farmers and their urban allies working for food justice in their communities will form alliances to fight and expose corporate control of the food supply.

Events throughout the day will call and inspire participants to fight against the corporate manipulation of the agriculture system. An industry that is responsible for using chemical toxins tied to soaring obesity rates, heart disease and diabetes and limiting access to affordable, wholesome food to the country’s poorest citizens.
The event will kick off at 2pm at La Plaza Cultural Community Garden with a musical performance followed by remarks from food justice activists and occupiers. They will share their stories and listen to their peers as they highlight the role of urban-rural solidarity in building a sustainable food system as well as challenges of family-scale farmers in a culture of corporate dominance.
March Begins at 4pm from La Plaza Cultural Community Garden

At 4pm, musicians will be among those leading the Farmers’ March in a colorful parade from La Plaza to Zuccotti Park/Liberty Plaza, the site of a Solidarity Circle at 5pm. Stories of struggle, triumph and ruminations about the role OWS might assume in the food justice movement will help form the circle. The circle will close with a Seed Exchange.
Participants are encouraged to express their dissent creatively, donning fruits hats, wearing burlap sacks, carrying brightly colored signs and moving in time to the beat of the drums. Please join us, farmers, ranchers, farm workers, urban gardeners, foodies and supporters of all kinds in the Occupy Wall Street FARMERS’ MARCH.

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Occupy Wall Street Famers March – Karen Washington


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Uploaded on Dec 10, 2011

On December 4, 2011, farmers and activists from across the country joined the Occupy Wall Street Farmers March for “a celebration of community power to regain control over the most basic element to human well-being: food.” Bronx urban farmer Karen Washington spoke to a crowd of more than 500 farmers, food workers and sustainable food and agriculture activists about her journey to build a positive, healthy and resilient food environment for her community.

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Climate Desk Live: Avoiding the Climate Cliff


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Published on Dec 7, 2012

Rep. Ed Markey and a distinguished panel discuss how the administration can help us avoid a dastardly combined remake of Thelma & Louise and The Day After Tomorrow.

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FINAL EL NINO EXPLAINER


ClimateDesk

Published on Jan 10, 2013

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