Don’t let Russell Brands “casual” attire stop you from taking this video seriously. He makes some great points — like how our society is so obsessed with sexually-related media that even a conservative news source like Fox stopped their “war mongering” long enough to dive into a “50 Shades of Grey”-Inspired poll of people’s willingness to engage in S&M.
Some movies are made to touch our heart and soul with an overabundance of sentiment. They make us come in touch with our humanity and empathy. And some films are made to touch our mind, to get our mental cogs working, to awaken and expand our consciousness. They are films that deal with questions that we are all too eager and too afraid to ponder. It is those films that signal our awakening, and that push us into seeing life and our existence differently.
NBC News has suspended anchor Brian Williams for six months without pay for making false statements about a 2003 incident in Iraq. Williams apologized last week after it emerged he had wrongly claimed he was on board a U.S. helicopter downed by rocket fire. American soldiers publicly challenged Williams’ account, saying he was nowhere near the aircraft that came under attack. Williams has blamed the “fog of memory” for his mistake. But in a statement, NBC said Williams’ claims were “wrong and completely inappropriate for someone in Brian’s position.” Democracy Now is joined by Norman Solomon, author of “War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death,” who talks about other media war lies.
Alexis sits down with filmmaker and conspiracy researcher Sean Stone along with 21st Century Wire’s Patrick Henningsen and Dean Ryan to discuss the esoteric underpinnings of world events. Who says discussion about world events, history, and yes even conspiracy can’t be fun. After sitting down with film director, producer and alternative historian Sean Stone along […]
In this episode of The Trews, Russell Brand reacts to Fox’s Bill O’Reilly blaming Beyonce for America’s social issues.
Media analysts observe how journalists refrain from using the word “rape” to describe incidents of sexual assault. Instead, news outlets downplay the humiliation and cruelty entailed in these acts by referring to them as “sex crimes,” “inappropriate sexual activity,” or “forced sex,” even though such acts are legally recognized as “rape.”
In this video Luke Rudkowski breaks down the psychology, business plans and market of FEAR PORN. Luke goes in-depth with statistics and charts showing you the current situation. We live in the most peaceful and prosperous time in history, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t challenges that we need to overcome.
If you are like me, you love to read and have a few go-to reference books that bring something new to the table each and every time you refer to them. I have read many books on spirituality, psychic development and personal growth. I am sharing with you my top 8 favorite books that never get boring and always reveal something new to me each time I read them.
Charles Haanel’s classic 1912 work, “The Master Key System,” is a masterpiece on determining and manifesting your highest purpose. “Tapping the Source: Using the Master Key System for Abundance and Happiness” is an amazing book that takes the key concepts from The Master Key System and provides an easy to follow, seven-step process for implementing Haanel’s strategies. The framework includes “focus phrases” that you use while in a meditative state. For example, “I am open to receive guidance from my source.”
The direction of the production and release of David Crowley’s anticipated fictional film Gray State – which depicted a bleak America with totalitarian rule, a police state and detainment camps – is unknown. However, a rough cut of the dual production documentary, Gray State: The Rise is available to watch. The 2hr 39m film features significant video bytes as well as interviews from Adam Miller, Col. Douglas McGregor, Adam Kokesh, Luke Rudkowski, Stewart Rhodes, Mark Dice, Alex Jones, Jason Bermas, David Crowley and more.
The movie ‘American Sniper’ based on the memoirs of Navy Seal Chris Kyle has grabbed six Oscar nominations and shattered US box-office records. In the process it’s also inflamed debate over US wars. Kyle served in Iraq and was credited with being America’s deadliest sniper. After leaving the army he was shot dead by a fellow veteran he was trying to help. RT’s Marina Portnaya takes a look at the controversy around the film.