zondag 20 september 2015

River: Anti-Colonial struggles of Robert Lovelace

2015, The United States, Canada

Robert (Bob) Lovelace, a respected Queen's professor and an indigenous activist, has struggled against colonialism all his life. Robert was born in Missouri in the US from a white father and an Indian mother.

Robert came to Canada during the time of Vietnam War, as he resisted being inducted into military service. In 2008, Robert spent three and a half months in prison for his part in defending the Ardoch Algonquin First Nation from uranium exploration and mining.

Robert converted to Islam after reading the holy Quran. In a bid to break the Israeli-imposed blockade on the impoverished Gaza Strip, Robert aboard a flotilla of boats set sail for the coastal enclave. Robert Lovelace sees a parallel between the settler-colonial occupation of land in Canada and in Gaza and refers to Gaza as "The world's largest Indian reservation."


zaterdag 12 september 2015

9/11: Decade of Deception

On the tenth anniversary of the Attacks of September 11th, 2001, expert witnesses gathered at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada to provide evidence-based research that called into question the official story of 9/11. This was known as The Toronto Hearings on 9/11.

Over a period of four days, these experts in Structural Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, and History gave researched and professional testimony to an international panel of distinguished judges. The panel of judges, in conjunction with the steering committee would go on to publish their final analysis of the evidence provided, which called for a new investigation into the Attacks of September 11th, 2001.

This film is a summary of the strongest evidence given over the four days of hearings. To see the hearings in their entirety please visit http://torontohearings.org/ or read the final report available on the aforementioned website.

Press For Truth

Ayurveda: Art of Being

donderdag 3 september 2015

The Secret Genocide Funded By The USA

Guatemala - An American Genocide (1999): Beneath the lush green hills of Guatemala lie one hundred thousand corpses, the victims of a genocide funded by the US Government.

Journeyman Pictures