Monday, November 08, 2010

Political Activist Guided Tour, YouTube Style

Christopher Walken as a platinum blond Max Zorin in 1985’s a [View to a Kill]
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Duran duran:view to kill [click here for music video on youtube]

I watched the below documentary. I don't know much about the reputation of the producers. Many well known celebrities in the political activist community make appearances. I found the "V" for Vendetta skit, with a very bad Christopher Walken impression, to be the worst part of the series of videos. But, it wasn't so bad that I stopped watching. The first 15 minute video should transition to another 9 parts, if you click "play" on the one below. I did watch all 10 parts in 3 sittings. Most of the subjects covered, are subjects that I care about, and the producer's opinions are close to my own, almost across the board.

I'm angry after watching the videos. How did we the people allow our government to get as bad as it has [become]? Why are we slaves to organized criminals running the major banks and some corporations? [I'm angry at how the system has left me, personally]. I have found nothing in the US Government, Policing, and in US Courts which acts as advertised. Let's make some changes.

stevengerickson AT yahoo Dot Com

If you want to be entertained as you are informed I recommend watching the 10 part series of part 1 in a series. Some parts are cheesy, but I can't think of any other video which does a better job of getting some key points across, using a similar style.

1/10 - What You've Been Missing - Ep. 1 - Exposing The Noble Lie

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huskavarna | November 05, 2010

WYBM - Episode 01 -Part 1 of 10: What You've Been Missing was created to fill the massive gap created by corporate media, between itself and reality. A virtual variety show with a point, WYBM helps you learn how to outgrow the status quo; through a systematic process of critical thinking supplemented with comedy.

WYBM: It's better than "news", it's What You've Been Missing!

Brought to you in HD and Commercial-Free by The Tragedy and Hope Online Community... A fear-free zone of mutual respect and critical thinking; where individual exploration(s) are shared to empower subscribers with cooperative understanding.

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Ad Wars, QE2, End The Fed - Sunday Update

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corbettreport | November 07, 2010

Sunday Update is a public service of The Corbett Report podcast.


Building What ad airs in New York

Building What ad

Release of thousands of Ground Zero videos from NIST

New evidence of WTC7 explosions

TV ad about debt banned from American networks

Fed to become biggest American debt holder

42 million Americans relying on government assistance for food

Real unemployment in 28% of American households

Bankruptcy of US a mathematical certainty

New ways bankers are spying on you

Channel Tunnel rail link sold to Canadian pension fund

$45 OJ, $23 bread, $55 t-shirt

Banksters party and lie through their teeth on Jekyll Island

Paul and Paul vs. Fed

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James Corbett of The Corbett Report mentions my youtube account, thanking me for uploading his audio podcasts in their entirety at the beginning of the below podcast.

The full hour The Corbett Report podcast of the above, an audio, available as a video below:

The Corbett Report Podcast # 160

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SvenVonErick | November 08, 2010

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The audio used to make this video was downloaded as an audio file from:

James Corbett talks about the Tragedy and Hope Documentary troop:

This video uploaded and edited by Steven G. Erickson
stevengerickson AT Yahoo Dot Com

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Torture Inc.: 'US can't lecture world on human rights'

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RussiaToday | November 06, 2010

The U.S. has for the first time ever faced unprecedented public scrutiny over its human rights record at the United Nations Human Rights Council. The U.S.delegation received strong criticism over human rights violations, including racial profiling, use of the death penalty and abuse allegations overseas. Council members in Geneva called for the closure of Guantanamo Bay prison and further investigation into alleged torture by US troops abroad. American representatives defended their nation's human rights record, but stressed they were not satisfied with the status quo.

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