Core of Corruption: In the Shadows

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Core of Corruption is a documentary film series which details a comprehensive investigation into clandestine intelligence operations and conspiracies. The project is surfacing exclusive whistleblowers, insiders and critical evidence for the very first time. Over 2,000 hours of credible network news clips have been surfaced for this ground breaking event, most of which have never been seen since they aired and have never been available on the internet. Some of the video news segments for this project, when requested from the networks, were denied access to and corporate representatives would say that the information sought does not exist or has been misplaced. Someone doesnt want the public to see these stories, that when put together, establish a conspiracy of the magnitude that could change the way one views the world. Countless millions of people are being manipulated and lied to by a network of individuals within government that work on behalf of private interests. The individuals were involved in the terrorist attacks of September 11th. Many of those same figures are are connected to historical events that have shaped our understanding of government crime. For instance, the Iran Contra affair involved many figures that showed up in the 9/11 attacks. Drug running, terrorism, money laundering and arms trading are carried out in concert with this network. They manipulate the worlds response to these issues on behalf of very high profile figures in some of the most influential think tanks and political interest groups. Figures include well known politicians as well as established businesses on Wall Street. This project, started more than five years ago, is going to break ground in mapping and identifying the most important and credible evidence as well as establish why these networks operate with impunity.  More at www.coreofcorruption.com

 

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Rise Like Lions – Occupy Wall Street and the Seeds of Revolution

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Rise Like Lions takes the people, actions, and words from the camps and streets of Occupy Wall Street and provides a radical, compelling and inspiring account of what the movement is about.
 

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    As documentaries go, this presents a pretty accurate portrayal of what was going on, AT THE TIME, why the movement came into being, the inspiration we felt, etc. (I was there).
    But that was two years ago; and the film could have been far more valuable if it included some discussion of why it fell apart; that is, besides the police brutality.
    And yes, it showed some of the brutality, but the significance of the brutal shutdown was not explored: the state could not tolerate even the essence of the OCCUPY tactic: peacefully taking a tiny portion of public space in order to have a new discussion, (a radical tactic, precisely because it’s non-violent).
    But by that time, most of the general public had lost interest in the movement because, (in general) the encampments had failed to reach out beyond their borders with some clear demands.
    And there were reasons for this.
    The general assemblies, the human mic, etc. were rather brilliant responses to hierarchic power; but they also had serious problems that needed to be overcome.
    Without clear leadership/focus, the inspiration that so many initially felt began to dissipate; and then the hangers-on, the battered and broken folk who weren’t prepared to do the work began to drag the rest of us down.

    One could go on talking ’bout it for hours, of course; but sadly, it’s no longer relevant; and I think the film represents a tendency on ‘the left’ these days, (hate to use left/right terms, but there’s no question as to the movements general character): instead of openly (and constructively) talking about the weaknesses, the left today tends to fall back on its points of inspiration, (to keep ourselves going); when, this is actually an expression of weakness, insecurity, and gets us nowhere.

    OCCUPY, as a tactic, is not dead, (witness Egypt in 2013, Turkey etc); and it will rise again in America, (activists are still doing stuff on a smaller scale); but unless we take the time to have an open, honest discussion about the challenges facing our ORGANIZED RESISTANCE, then we will not be prepared to take the revo to the next level, when once again, deteriorating circumstances drives a mass movement into the streets.

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