Cameron declared war on media over NSA leaks

Published on 29 Oct 2013
The British government has warned it could resort to legal action, to silence newspapers seeking to publish Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations. It’s the latest in a string of attempts to block the release of embarrassing documents. To talk more about the NSA revelations and the UK government’s attempts to curb them, I’m joined live now from Bristol by investigative journalist Tony Gosling.

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Protest in Madrid support Basques from ETA

Published on 27 Oct 2013
Tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Madrid to protest against the ruling by the European Court of Human Rights which ordered Spain to release a member of the Basque separatist group ETA. It also bans the government from extending prison terms for numerous ETA members.

People from of the Association of the Victims of Terrorism mixed with representatives of Mariano Rajoy’s ruling People’s Party.

“I was a victim of terrorism and the death of a family member now means nothing. I’m here to protest against the politicians Zapatero and Rubalba the biggest traitors in the history of Spain,” explained one of the demonstrators.

Many of the protesters believe Spain should not have bowed to the Strasbourg court’s ruling which Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called “unfair”.

They fear many more ETA prisoners will be set free. Fifty one have filed applications to be released.

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The story of Hervé Falciani

Published on 23 Oct 2013
In 2008 Hervé Falciani walked out of HSBC in Geneva, where he worked as a computer specialist, with the account details of up to 130,000 of the bank’s clients. Since then the data has been used to track down people who had used the bank in Switzerland to hide money in order to avoid paying tax but his motives have been called into question. This is the story of the man some people refer to as the Edward Snowden of the banking world.

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300 000+

A growing ephemeral performance seeks to visualise and re-humanise the dead statistics of the Mexican Drug War.

300 000+ made its first appearance at the Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park and it aspires to be replicated in different cities around the world before arriving to Mexico City’s Zocalo for a final display. This act of peaceful protest aims to engage with Mexican society, but also invites an international public to empathise with the victims, whom, during the performance, are embodied by embroidered textiles made by the Bordando por la Paz collectives, each individual piece tells the story or quotes the name of, one of the victims.

Creating a bigger visual impact by increasing its number of participants every demonstration, this project’s overall intention is to return to these victims the dignity they deserve and act as evidence of Mexico’s broken social fabric.

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A Message To Humanity

Speech by Charlie Chaplin from the film: The Great Dictator
Music is called ‘Time’ from the Inception Soundtrack by Hans Zimmer

In Italian –…
In Portuguese –…
In Polish –…

If you would like to make a version with subtitles in your own language, please do so and I will add it above.

From 3:00 to 3:07 are – David Rockefeller, Evelyn De Rothschild, Henry Kissinger, George Soros.

These are some of the people at the top of command who pull the strings of the politicians. If you are unaware of who they are and their far reaching influence, please research their names. Search for terms such as: ‘Rothschild Banking Cartel’, ‘Empire of the cities’, ‘Soros social engineer’, Kissinger’s war crimes. It only takes a quick google search. And don’t solely rely on wikipedia.

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MSNBC Caught Framing Vets With Edited Video

MSNBC has been caught airing a deceptively edited video of a rally that took place in Washington D.C. over the weekend, in addition to flagrantly lying to its viewers.
Raw footage of the protests outside the gates of the White House showed hyped-up riot police striking and shoving elderly war vets.

However, in a segment produced by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, only two-thirds of the footage was shown, making it appear as though veterans initiated the confrontations.
Just as we witnessed during the Trayvon Martin affair, NBC has once again utilized selective editing techniques in attempts to manipulate its target audience, omitting violence on the part of police in order to demonize protesters who dared to defend themselves against the barrage of assaults — both to their bodies and their liberties.

Maddow also played the rally off as a small gathering of fringe Tea Party supporters, in efforts to dismiss legitimate protests through divide and conquer.

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