Daily Archives: July 24, 2016

Collapse with Michael Ruppert (Full Movie)


Down the Rabbit-Hole I Go

Published on Sep 16, 2015

“Collapse”, directed by Chris Smith, is an American documentary film exploring the theories, writings & life story of controversial author, investigative reporter, & activist, Michael C. Ruppert.

Sadly, Michael died, by his own hand, on April 13th 2014, just outside Calistoga, California, USA. He left suicide notes addressed to his friends, none of whom (including Jack Martin who found his body) consider the circumstances suspicious in any way.

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An interview with Jack describing the circumstances of Michael’s death is available here;

Link – http://youtu.be/ydNqFyvisCo

In memory of Michael, this is intended to educate all Mankind & to spread his message of hope for humanity in a fvcked-up World.

I own nothing: All rights belong to the makers & contributors of this film.

If you enjoyed watching, please buy the film here;

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Collapse-Michae

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The Death Of Michael C. Ruppert – Narrated by Jack Martin


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Published on Apr 28, 2014

Jack Martin gives a one-take walk-through of Michael C. Ruppert’s suicide and last day. This film was taken by Wesley T. Miller, Mike’s co-founder in CollapseNet.com.

Jack tells the story and gives a heart-felt tribute to Mike that written words just cannot capture. This is the official story of Mike’s last day on Earth. CollapseNet.com has published the notes to which Jack refers in a companion article to this video.

Please distribute this video far and wide.

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In Memory of Michael Ruppert – Full Interview – “Zeitgeist: Moving Forward” by Peter Joseph


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Published on Apr 16, 2014

From Peter Joseph, April 16th 2014:

In early 2010, I interviewed Michael C. Ruppert for a film.
This is the full interview with only minor editing.

Given his tragic death, I would like to say that Michael was an extremely rare person – far beyond what most see. While he certainly had no shortage of detractors and attackers, he also had courage unprecedented – fearless – and was an inspiration to millions, including myself.

Mike ruthlessly put forward and defended what he had concluded without intimidation or fear of reprisal. In the climate of tension common to the activist community, Mike was a pioneer…and sadly people with this kind of commitment and sensitivity often find tragic ends.

As a personal friend, this was a massive loss.

This interview, as with many he did, again shows his understanding of the world along with his relentless plea for humanity to change course.

While I, as a sustainability activist, do not necessarily agree with some of the pending consequences he had deemed inevitable, his logic is rock solid regarding his diagnosis of the problems at hand. The dark future he describes as possible, while certainly preventable in my mind, is far from irrational or extreme in the broad view.

Think for yourself… if we all agreed, there would be no progress.

His life’s work to bring justice, truth, sanity and progress to the world will live on in all of us who dare to care about the present mess we try to defend as “civilization”.
~Peter

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Human Extinction By 2030 -3 Guarantors of Near-Term Human Extinction by Michael Ruppert


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Published on Apr 20, 2014

The carnage that is human industrial civilization continues absolutely unabated and unrestrained.
I wish it wasn’t so!

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Human Extinction By 2030 -Climate Disruption The Movie


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Published on Jul 11, 2016

Climate Disruption The Movie was uploaded established to highlight the overwhelming about of scientific information pointing to human extinction by 2030.
Governments and Universities they control are in denial.
I wish it wasn’t so!

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Climate Change in Bangladesh (2016 Documentary)


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Published on Jun 17, 2016

Fair Use: Educational

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The Perfect Storm: Food, energy, water security and climate change: Sir John Beddington


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Published on Jun 6, 2016

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Climate Change, Food Security and National Security(June 2016 Discussion)


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Published on Jul 22, 2016

Fair Use: Educational (June 2016 Discussion)

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The Antarctica Challenge: A Global Warning (FULL MOVIE)


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Published on Nov 20, 2015

The Antarcitica Chellenge: A Global Warning

Al Gore’s Academy Award-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth has done a lot to raise the international awareness of the environmental issue of global warming. But where do things stand today? The Antarctica Challenge: A Global Warning is a one-hour HD documentary that will go to the source of the climate change crisis: Antarctica. Here we will explore first-hand the environmental challenges facing that frozen continent and, by extension, the world.

The International Polar Years 2007-2009 represent an incredible opportunity for the world to work together. This film will meet these brave scientists working at Vernadsky Station and with the British Antarctic Survey as they concentrate their efforts living in often harsh and life-threatening conditions in their heroic attempt to save the world.

This documentary will also provide support interviews from polar experts and research scientists around the world as well as rare footage of wildlife including penguins in their hatching season.

The film reports on the new phenomenon of suicide among penguins, the imminent rise of the world’s sea level due to ice melting and show amazing footage of new vegetation growing in the world’s largest desert.

These new discoveries were considered so valuable that this film became the only one invited by the United Nations tom screen to world leaders during the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, December, 2009.

The Antarctica Challenge: A Global Warning provides audiences with a rare glimpse of the Earth’s most undiscovered continent through the eyes of award-winning cinematographer, Damir Chytil, CSC, one of the world’s foremost polar cameramen and a pioneer of HD film photography.

It is the mandate of this documentary to bring to light the theories and statistics first brought to the public’s attention in An Inconvenient Truth with hands-on exploration of the continent, its wildlife and the brave men and women who have given up the comforts of civilization in order to save it.

Winner of three international environmental film awards: The Silver Sierra Award (Yosemite International Film Festival, USA), Best Environmental & Ecology Film (International Film festival Ireland) and Best Climate Change Film (New Delhi Environmental & Wildlife Film Festival, India).

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