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Footage of a drone zipping through an abandoned building in Spain.
Why is the refugee crisis all over the news? How is this related to Syria? Why should we care at all?
A Banned Segment from Saturday Night Live…
Robert Smigel’s animated short film “Conspiracy Theory Rock”, part of a March 1998 “TV Funhouse” segment, was removed from all subsequent airings of the Saturday Night Live episode where it originally appeared. SNL founder Lorne Michaels claimed the edit was done because it “wasn’t funny.” The film is a scathing critique of corporate media ownership, including NBC’s (then) ownership by General Electric/Westinghouse.
Richard Feynman discusses how we would look for a new law.
Neverminding the corny music (which is strangely reminiscent of the Zelda: Ocarina of Time soundtrack), this short documentary shows some interesting interviews with people who claim to have been abducted.
What is the Federal Reserve system? How did it come into existence? Is it part of the federal government? How does it create money? Why is the public kept in the dark about these important matters? In this feature-length documentary film, The Corbett Report explores these important question and pulls back the curtain on America’s central bank.
Another gorgeous video from animator Emanuele Kabu.
These are all places we’ve been together.
With our bodies, or with my mind.
Some I saw with my eyes closed,
And some with both our eyes, either open or closed.
They are memories of lovemaking, planning, projecting.
You were there, but maybe we were never really there.
In those places, and in my mind. In those places in my mind.
I made this video to free some space.
To move those places out of my mind.
I had to put them down.
Over four months and thousands of hours of drawing,
Here are fifteen years of sweetness and lust.
And a bit of pain.
Dr. Laurel Blyth Tague visits Jim Marrs at his home to discuss Jim’s new book: POPULATION CONTROL: How Corporate Owners Are Killing Us.
Clumsy just doesn’t even begin to describe what this 12-year-old kid’s parents must have said after he stumbles and falls into Paolo Popora’s oil on canvas “Flowers” (worth $1.5 Million) in a Taiwanese museum.
In case you’re worried about the kid, apparently he’s not being prosecuted or pursued for repair costs.