Martial Law 911: Rise of the Police State
Alex Jones' new documentary. Martial Law: 9/11 Rise of the Police State exposes the high-tech control grid that is being
set up across America Out of the ashes of the September 11th tragedy, a dark empire of war and tyranny has risen. The Constitution
has been shredded and America is now a Police State. This film exposes not just who was behind the 9-11 attacks, but the roots
and history of its orchestrators. The entire documentary is 2 hours and 35 minutes in duration but has been spit into 3 parts.
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Through a secret program called the Counter Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO), there was a concerted effort to subvert
the will of the people to avoid the rise "of a black Messiah" that would mobilize the African-American community into a meaningful
political force. Were the assassinations of Malcolm X, Fred Hampton, and Martin Luther King Jr. the result of this concerted
effort to avoid "a black Messiah"?
The Murder of Fred Hampton
The Black Panther Party galvanized millions of African Americans against police repression and brutality,
upholding the right of armed self-defense. The government lauched a campaing of murder, jailings and disinformation to destroy
the BPP. This film documents the Chicago police murder of one of the most charissmatic and effective Panther leaders, Illinois
Party chapter charman Fred Hampton.
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Lost In Translation (CBS)
Sibel Edmonds, a translator who worked at the FBI's language division, says translated documents that would reveal who
was behind 9/11 were tossed aside because the division was riddled with incompetence and corruption.
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Our Friend Saddam
"Our Friend Saddam" investigates in the Iraq, in France, Germany, the United States and Israel and bases itself on exclusive interviews with
political leaders such as Tarek Aziz, François Poncet, with U.S. senators as well as the originators of the Iraqi nuclear
programme, Hamza and Sharistani who live in exile today. Further key interviewees and a selection of archival documents -
many of them hitherto unseen - will complete the enquiry.
Is Wal-Mart Good For America?
FRONTLINE explores the relationship between U.S. job losses and the American consumer's insatiable desire for bargains
in "Is Wal-Mart Good for America?" Through interviews with retail executives, product manufacturers, economists, and trade experts, correspondent Hedrick Smith examines the growing
controversy over the Wal-Mart way of doing business and asks whether a single retail giant has changed the American economy.
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The World According To Bush
“Award winning French filmmaker William Karel takes relentless aim at the President and his closest advisors…As with Michael Moore’s Farenheit 9/11 there is
little territory left uncovered here. The impact of the Christian Right, the secret relationship between the Bush and the
BinLaden family, and the premeditated decision to go to war in Iraq.”
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Someone Else's Country
In the 1980s and 90s the nation's assets were sold off at bargain basement prices, generally into foreign ownership. The
nation's oil and gas resources, vast tracts of forest, the railways, and Telecom all went. For the small elite of right wing
businessmen, public servants and politicians behind this transformation, privatisation were just a part of a wider agenda
to turn New Zealand into a model free market state.
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Open Mind: Race Relations in Crisis 6/12/63 - 11/13/92
Original Guests: Malcolm X; Alan Morrison; Wyatt Tee Walker; James Farmer
Update Guests: James Farmer, and Wyatt Tee Walker.
This televised round table discussion shames current corporate media discourse. Malcolm X shines as he debates
and details why the integration movement was a false way to gain freedom from oppression. "You can't legislate decency!"
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Bio Tests on U.S. Cities
News footage, (4:30 minutes)
As the United States Government points fingers at countries with weapons of mass destruction, as well as chemical weapons,
we don't need to search far to find where this type of chemical and bio weapons research originated. In recent times,
the U.S. government has, and continues to experiment with bio weapons against American citizens.
Torture Inc. - Americas Brutal Prisons
(2004, 50 minutes)
This BBC programme shows that abuses like those documented in Abu Ghraib are commonplace in the USA’s overcrowded and understaffed prisons.
Prisoners are shackled and hooded ‘for their own protection’; pepper spray is used as an alternative to physical
force, but in sufficient quantities to cause second-degree burns; beatings are frequent and sometimes fatal. The programme
suggests that the cause is not a few ‘bad apples’, but a pervasive culture of dehumanisation and brutality.