Oil, Smoke and Mirrors (Full Version)

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Oil Smoke & Mirrors offers a sobering critique of our perceived recent history, of our present global circumstances, and of our shared future in light of imminent, under-reported and mis-represented energy production constraints.

Through a series of impressively candid, informed and articulate interviews, this film argues that the bizarre events surrounding the 9/11 attacks, and the equally bizarre prosecution of the so-called “war on terror”, can be more credibly understood in the wider context of an imminent and critical divergence between available global oil supply and and global oil demand.

The picture “Oil, Smoke & Mirrors” paints is one of a tragically hyper-mediated global-political culture, which, for whatever reason, demonstrably disassociates itself from the values it claims to represent.

While the ideas presented in this film can at first seem daunting, it’s ultimate assertion is that these challenges can indeed be met and surpassed, if, but only if, we can find the courage to perceive them.

“Oil, Smoke & Mirrors” is an independent production. The producer has neither association with, nor membership of, any political organization.

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Dying to Have Known (Full Version)

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In Dying To Have Known, filmmaker Steve Kroschel went on a 52-day journey to find evidence to the effectiveness of the Gerson Therapy — a long-suppressed natural cancer cure. His travels take him across both the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans, from upstate New York to San Diego to Alaska, from Japan and Holland to Spain and Mexico. In the end, he presents the testimonies of patients, scientists, surgeons and nutritionists who testify to the therapy’s efficacy in curing cancer and other degenerative diseases, and presents the hard scientific proof to back up their claims. You will hear from a Japanese medical school professor who cured himself of liver cancer over 15 years ago, a lymphoma patient who was diagnosed as terminal over 50 years ago as well as noted critics of this world-renowned healing method who dismiss it out of hand as “pure quackery.” So the question that remains is, “Why is this powerful curative therapy still suppressed, more than 75 years after it was clearly proven to cure degenerative disease?” The viewers are left to decide for themselves.

 

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  • Bonnie

    Better to have gone to a Native American healer, who would have helped him go within to heal himself. AND given all that money to the Healer.

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  • Galen Pasteur

    Thanks for the great work! I’ll be ready to pass this along to all my trusting friends who do not yet realize that they have been betrayed!

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  • Aussie

    I do i get to see this documentary, I am in Australia and when you try to play it says, not allowed to be uploader has not made this video available in your country, I live in a nanny state. Where the medical authorities run the place
    Our do i get to see this.

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  • arthur webb

    An interesting video, thank you, with a particular thank you for not completely drowning out all of the dialogue and ones concentration with that stupid unnecessary overloud music as seem to be the way of so many other documentary videos.

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