Guantanamo Bay has become the worlds most infamous detention center. Force Feeding has become the latest form of which the machine tries to submit its inmates. This short film explores that grueling procedure.
Most of the inmates at Guantanamo Bay are kept there without trial. The only way left to protest is to go on hunger strike. Some may argue it is essential to feed them via force feeding or a tube to keep them alive. Do the inmates desire to live anymore hence the strikes. What is a man to live for without his freedom.
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Published on 12 Dec 2013
Imagine being kicked out of her home because you are independent of system – water and electricity. Cape Coral code enforcement evicts woman for living off the grid.
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Published on 26 Dec 2013
Edward Snowden warns of a loss of privacy in his Alternative Christmas message broadcast on Channel 4.
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Published on 27 Oct 2013
Activists at “Stop Watching Us” rally to end domestic and international NSA spying programs
“We are watching you!”
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The Cry for Help Project is a protest against child slave labour practices around the world.
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‘Mafia tactic’: UK detains Greenwald’s partner under Terrorism Act for 9 hours
Published on 19 Aug 2013
The partner of journalist Glenn Greenwald was held at Heathrow airport under the UK Terrorism Act for the maximum time allowed before pressing charges. Amnesty International dubbed the move an unwarranted revenge after Greenwald revealed NSA spy programs – READ MORE http://on.rt.com/qua8kw
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Taksim Commune: Gezi Park And The Uprising In Turkey
Since the end of May 2013, political unrest has swept across Turkey. In Istanbul, a large part of the central Beyoğlu district became a battle zone for three consecutive weeks with conflicts continuing afterward. So far five people have died and thousands have been injured.
The protests were initially aimed at rescuing Istanbul’s Gezi Park from being demolished as part of a large scale urban renewal project. The police used extreme force during a series of police attacks that began on May 28th 2013 and which came to a dramatic head in the early morning hours of Friday May 31st when police attacked protesters sleeping in the park.
Over the course of a few days, the police attacks grew to shocking proportions. As the images of the heavy-handed policing spread across the world, the protests quickly transformed into a popular uprising against the Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his style of authoritarian rule.
This short documentary tells the story of the occupation of Gezi Park, the eviction on July 15, 2013, and the protests that have continued in the aftermath. It includes interviews with many participants and footage never seen before.
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No Frackin’ Way and Love Will Prevail by Holly Gwinn Graham….
An estimated 350 protesters marched to the entrance of Brayton Point power plant in Somerset Sunday, to demonstrate against its effect on the health of the surrounding community. Police arrested 44 of the protesters.
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Since the spring of 2011, every weekday at noon, people gather to sing at the Wisconsin Capitol. Friday, 7/26/2013, Capitol Police selectively arrested people singing, with 22 arrests the day before.
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Published on 7 Jul 2013
(Reuters) – A German artist who beamed the words “United Stasi of America” onto the wall of the U.S. embassy in Berlin says Washington’s spy methods make the former East German secret police look like boy scouts.
A video of Oliver Bienkowski’s artwork is fast becoming a hit on the Internet in Germany, tapping into widespread outrage over U.S. surveillance programs revealed by fugitive ex-National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden.
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