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A website of particular interest

PostPosted: Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:38 pm
by fixxxer
http://www.sprword.com/mustwatch.html

There are a lot of very interesting videos and such on that website, if anyone finds any good ones just post the links back here so we can all benefit.

Have fun 8)

Re: A website of particular interest

PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 12:29 pm
by Zircon
Oh, that's a good find. I already posted this one on the other topic.
http://www.sprword.com/videos/union/
Thanks for the link fixxxer!!

Re: A website of particular interest

PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:47 am
by fixxxer
Zero: An Investigation into 9/11
Directed by Franco Fracassi and Francesco Trento
1 Hour and 45 Minutes

"In the light of what we have seen and heard, it seems that the official version of 9/11 is not sufficient. We want the facts to be explained to us, and above all, we want them to be properly investigated. Basically, we want someone to finally tell us the truth." –Dario Fo, Nobel Prize Winner

http://www.sprword.com/videos/zero

What I really liked about this one is how compelling the argument is. If what this film communicates is actually true, then the war on terror that America is current waging is based on an outrageous lie. But that got me thinking, if that's the case then what is the real reason for creating a fictional war? Is it a system of control, or is there another reason?

Re: A website of particular interest

PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 1:03 pm
by Dr Phibes
Ok Mr Fixxxer the Heavy dude, I give you a link to what you seek :- http://www.fromthewilderness.com/ it's only an archive site now as the guy that used to run it had some problems... which is an understatement if you read what happened to him. Read his archives and buy his book 'crossing the rubicon' it's only 600 pages or so. Also pick up a copy of 'war is a racket' by Smedley Butler or read it online here :- http://www.lexrex.com/enlightened/artic ... racket.htm for some interesting lessons in history. - Cheers

Re: A website of particular interest

PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 2:15 pm
by Mr Tortoise
that lex rex on his page doesnt read the way people wrote 60 years ago.

The tempo and style are much more modern imo.

Eg the use of square brackets in text is an academic development over the last 30 years ... that style of markup wasn;t about then.

but dont get me wrong ... i agree with the sentiment