Video: The Shock Doctrine

October 3, 2009

The Shock Doctrine is the latest documentary from acclaimed director Michael Winterbottom, co-directed by Mat Whitecross. Based on Naomi Klein’s bestselling book, The Shock Doctrine argues that America’s ‘free market’ policies have come to dominate the world through the exploitation of disaster-shocked people and countries. Both the film and the book argue that governments all over the world exploit natural disasters, economic crises and wars to push through radical free market policies. Klein calls... Read article

Video: Blood Coltan

July 19, 2008

This is a story about the real costs of our need to stay in touch. Mobile phones have hidden tariffs with unimaginable human consequences: rape, murder and illegal slave labor. Tac Presse Productions – Blood Coltan (2008) Loading...  Read More →

Video: Inside Iraq – Oil Law

July 4, 2008

Who said the war wasn’t about oil? If a new law is passed in Iraq, the big multinationals will get a huge share of the country’s vast oil wealth. With deals that could secure them black gold for several generations to come, critics accuse Iraq’s Prime Minister of handing over the country’s national wealth. Loading...  Read More →

Video: The World According to Monsanto

April 20, 2008

On March 11 a new documentary was aired on French television (ARTE – French-German cultural tv channel) by French journalist and film maker Marie-Monique Robin, The World According to Monsanto – A documentary that Americans won’t ever see. The gigantic biotech corporation Monsanto is threatening to destroy the agricultural biodiversity which has served mankind for thousands of years. Note: Large video file, best viewed with broadband connection. Loading...  Read More →

Video: Super Rich: The Greed Game

April 15, 2008

As the credit crunch bites and a global economic crisis threatens, Robert Peston reveals how the super-rich have made their fortunes, and the rest of us are picking up the bill.  Read More →

Video: Fourth World War

June 29, 2007

Shot on the frontlines of struggles spanning five continents – where the mainstream media cannot go – The Fourth World War is the untold human story of men and women who resist being annihilated in the current global conflict. Click Play To View Loading... Fourth World War Producer: Big Noise Films Length: 76m 2s  Read More →

Video: Blood Diamonds

May 6, 2007

This documentary examines Africa’s most brutal civil wars, revealing the role played by the illicit diamond trade in funding conflicts in Sierra Leone, Angola, Liberia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Looks at the bloody history of the diamond industry and the virtual monopoly De Beers has, enabling it to create artificial scarcity. History Channel – Blood Diamonds (2007) Loading...  Read More →

Video: Looting the Russian Economy

March 24, 2007

This is a story about the money laundering game involving Russian gangsters, corrupt officials, impoverished South Pacific islands and some of the world’s most reputable banks. See how $200-500 billion was looted from the Russian economy, through virtual offshore banks. ABC Australia – Looting the Russian Economy You may need to update / download Free Real Player to view this video.  Read More →

Video: New Rulers of the World

January 30, 2007

A documentary film by John Pilger ‘Global economy’ is a modern Orwellian term. On the surface, it is instant financial trading, mobile phones, McDonald’s, Starbucks, holidays booked on the net. Beneath this gloss, it is the globalisation of poverty, a world where most human beings never make a phone call and live on less than two dollars a day, where 6,000 children die every day from diarrhea because most have no access to clean water. Click Play To View Loading...  Read More →

Video: Oil, Smoke & Mirrors

October 22, 2006

“Oil, Smoke & Mirrors” offers a bleaker view of present global circumstances than many of us would dare consider. It deals with issues that are largely marginalized, if not ignored, in the discourse of mainstream media and politics. However, as the film argues, it may well be that mediated political culture itself which, by sidelining some of the most challenging questions of historical truth in our time, poses the gravest threat to our future. “Oil, Smoke & Mirrors” is an independent production. The producer... Read article

Video – Terror Storm

October 14, 2006

Terror Storm goes into documented cases of government-sponsored terror before exposing the 7/7 bombings as an orchestrated event and brings another update on the current state of the 9/11 Truth Movement. Alex Jones’s best work on the New World Order. Loading...  Read More →

Video: True Lies

July 2, 2006

If GNN produced 60 Minutes, Taalam Acey would be our Andy Rooney. Click Play To View Poem: Taalam Acey Animation: Haik Hoisington Music: The Soulsavers Editing: Ian Inaba Compositing: Anson Vogt Directed by: Ian Inaba and Anson Vogt  Read More →

Video: The Secret Behind China’s Economy

June 21, 2006

Sky News has made an exclusive investigation into the sinister secrets behind China’s booming economy. The Chinese government is accused of using police brutality to remove people from their homes and into lives of squalor and poverty. Sky News | April 17 2006  Read More →

Video: The Curse of Oil – Part Three: The Wilderness

May 5, 2006

As the demand for oil increases, fragile wilderness areas across the world are being opened up to oil exploration and furious debate.This programme travels from the political lobbies of Washington DC to Alaska, where the pristine landscape of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge could soon be the site of extensive oil development, and on to Alberta where production of ‘The World’s Worst Oil’ is already underway. Alberta is said to posses more oil reserves in its oil sand’s than Saudi Arabia. Part three... Read article

Video: The Curse of Oil – Part Two: The Pipeline

May 5, 2006

The Caspian Sea contains some of the largest untapped energy reserves on the planet and everybody wants a share. A 1,100-mile pipeline is being built to transport the Caspian’s oil to the markets of Europe and North America. Part two – The Pipeline This programme follows the route of the new pipeline through some of the most geographically challenging and politically dangerous places on earth, as it makes its way from the Caspian to the Mediterranean Sea. Loading... You may need to update / download Free Real... Read article

Video: The Curse of Oil – Part One: Rich and Poor

May 5, 2006

Now that the oil price appears to be rising inexorably at the pumps, newspapers are full of gloomy predictions related to our increasing addiction to perishable reserves of oil. Bill Cran’s series takes a somewhat different approach. We are in fact still amply supplied with oil on planet earth. The problem is that most of it lies in what we cosseted addicts regard as the wrong places. Getting enough oil to fill George Bush’s SUV requires dealing with nasty governments or destroying the wilderness. But the relationship... Read article

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