The Brussels Business is a docu-thriller that explores the grey zone lurking underneath European democracy.
Press TV’s documentary program “The Facade of the American Dream” depicts how the US removed Africans from their country of origin, worked them to death as slaves & today, in schools, in brainwashing them to make believe they are inferior in many aspects.
“The Great Book Robbery”, a 2012 documentary about the looting of some 70,000 books from private Palestinian libraries during the 1948 war.
It is a sure sign of the systemic breakdown of the global capitalist system that the very measures put in place to try to prevent a crisis are creating the conditions for a financial meltdown beyond even the scale of 2008.
The power of concentrated wealth and monopolistic corporate interests has created a crony capitalist economy that uses government to further enrich the wealthy at the expense of the people, often threatening our basic necessities for life. A clear example : The chemical and seed corporation, Monsanto.
Alarm rather than genuine scientific curiosity, it appears, is essential to maintaining funding. And only the most senior scientists today can stand up against this alarmist gale, and defy the iron triangle of climate scientists, advocates and policymakers.
This post does not discuss Boston, 9/11 or Oklahoma City. It simply looks at whether there is any real historical concept regarding false flags. Forget Boston, 9/11 and Oklahoma City … Is False Flag Terrorism Even a REAL Concept?
Traditionally pharmaceutical companies have directed most of their promotional efforts at health professionals. But in recent years they are also using more and more direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising to target patients directly.
The current Chairman and former CEO of Nestlé, the largest producer of food products in the world, believes that the answer to global water issues is privatization.
Don’t Tell My Mother is a television programme hosted by Diego Buñuel and shown on the subscription television channel Nat Geo Adventure. For the past ten years, Diego Buñuel has been a foreign correspondent for French Television covering countries like Iraq, Afghanistan, or the Congo.