Thursday, April 20, 2006

BRAD PITT: "Are you?"

William Bradley "Brad" Pitt (born December 18, 1963 in Shawnee, Oklahoma) is an Academy Award-nominated American actor.


Brad Pitt attends the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Jan. 26, 2006. Pitt, in a statement Thursday, April 20, 2006, called for people to submit proposals for an environmentally friendly design competition he is sponsoring to rebuild parts of New Orleans devastated by Hurricane Katrina.(AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

Yahoo! News

Pitt Sponsors New Orleans Design Project

By LEYLA LINTON, Associated Press Writer

41 minutes ago

NEW YORK - The whole world wants to know about the rumors of a "Brangelina" wedding in Namibia, not to mention the chances that the first biological child of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie might be born in Africa next month.

But all the publicity-shy actor wants to talk about is his new architecture project — a design competition to encourage eco-friendly rebuilding in areas of New Orleans hardest hit by hurricane Katrina.

Would Pitt care to comment about imminent fatherhood? "Absolutely not," he laughs. But he will go as far as to say he is "doing well" and has had a warm welcome in Namibia, where local authorities are doing their best to keep the paparazzi away from Pitt, his heavily pregnant partner Jolie, and her two adopted children Maddox and Zahara since they arrived there earlier this month.

"Namibia's just a country we're very fond of. It's a beautiful land and hospitable people and a place that we want to be for the time being," he said Thursday in a telephone interview with The Associated Press from the southern African nation.

Pitt was much more forthcoming on his love of architecture and his plans to sponsor a design competition and lead its jury.

"Our goal is to kick off the rebuilding effort. It's certainly long overdue and I can only go from the reports that we get ... that it's behind, absolutely. People are frustrated," Pitt said.

"We could possibly build something that was better and took into account the historical traditions of the city and the voices of the people and turn this into some kind of good," he added.

Pitt, who has not visited New Orleans since Katrina struck on Aug. 29, described his reaction to watching the scenes of the devastation on television.

"Truthfully, I dare say we witnessed, to our shame, the fact that there's a portion of our society that's being dismissed and that needs to be rectified and I thought that was a real casualty overall from the event."

Pitt announced Thursday that he is teaming up on the project with Global Green USA, a national environmental organization that is already providing technical assistance in green standards for 10,000 buildings in New Orleans.

"This competition captures some of our best qualities as a society, our ingenuity and our goodwill and no idea is too small," he said.

The jury review will take place before the first anniversary of Katrina, which struck in late August, and six finalists will then work with local neighborhoods on more detailed proposals for environmentally sound buildings.

"Our quest of course and our goal is to actually implement them and to get them built and hopefully give a kick-start to a much needed redevelopment process," Pitt said.

The idea for the project came up because "historically through these competitions great innovative ideas have been born" Pitt explained, citing the example of the Vietnam war memorial.

Matt Petersen, president of Global Green USA, said Pitt had "really educated himself not just on architecture, but green design as well."

"We'll probably have a vice-chair as well on the jury to help Brad. There will be a lot of experienced people on there as well as Brad," he added.

Pitt said he has always been interested in architecture. "I am a bit of a junkie. It's inexplicable really. I believe we creatures are very susceptible to our surroundings. They can actually improve our mode of life and I personally am very affected ... when I walk through an intelligent building, it inspires me. To me it's like walking through a piece of art and, coupling that now with the green movement of the smarter architecture — of the healthier buildings with great design — is a very exciting prospect to me."

He expressed great admiration for the Canadian-born American architect Frank Gehry. "My love for architecture led me to beating on Frank's door and he graciously let me in. He's a favorite of mine and full of great innovation and great wisdom. He's a great friend. I am very fond of that man," he said.

Pitt, 42, and Jolie, who costarred in the 2005 film "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," have rented all 14 rooms and suites at the Burning Shores resort, a luxury boutique hotel on Long Beach north of Walvis Bay.

The actress has traveled to Africa frequently to shoot films and as a goodwill ambassador for the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees. She spent several weeks in Namibia in 2002 while shooting the film "Beyond Borders."


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The Hindustan Times

Brad Pitt, Bin Laden on 'The unsexiest men' list!

Asian News International
Washington, April 20, 2006

What do Brad Pitt, Osama Bin Laden and Britney Spears’ hubby Kevin Federline have in common? Well, according to a new poll, they’re all among the 100 unsexiest men in the world.

The poll, conducted by Boston’s alternative news website, was based on ‘thousands of photographs, millions of frames of movies and  TV shows’.

While Brad Pitt came at No.100 due to all those ‘rumours about his hygiene and BO issues’, Britney’s hubby was a spot worse than him at NO.99.

The world’s most wanted terrorist Osama Bin Laden, did manage to make it to the top ten of the list by coming in at number 8, while the former King of pop Michael Jackson was voted the 11th ‘Unsexiest Man in the World’ for being the result of “What happens when an ugly JC Penny manequin has sex with Pogo, the clown identity of serial killer John Wayne Gacy”.

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Cheney Profits From Katrina

Posted by Brooke Shelby Biggs on April 19th, 2006

A Notre Dame professor has analyzed Dick Cheney's 2005 tax return and concluded that our fair Vice President exploited a new tax law instituted post-Katrina to save himself several million dollars. It turns out that Smirky Dick used a loophole intended to encourage charitable donations for Katrina relief to write off charitable contribution which went to non-Katrina causes. That alone might not be enough to get irked about, except that it looks like the exploitation of the loophole was deliberate to minimize his overall liability, and he used Halliburton money to do it.

Cheney exercised some of his Halliburton options in late 2005, during which time that company's profits were soaring in part because of fat no-bid reconstruction contracts granted to its subsidiary KBR in the wake of Katrina. Cheney used those proceeds -- $6.8 million -- to donate to charities per his 2001 agreement to use his options only for charity.

Says the prof: "While there's nothing inappropriate about that from a legal perspective, it does demonstrate how the legislation, which was sold to the public as providing relief to Katrina victims, provided significant tax benefits to the VP (and potentially other wealthy individuals) in situations that have nothing to do with Hurricane Katrina."

Not illegal but definitely soulless, cynical, opportunist, and greedy. So, no big surprise.



Prison Planet

Locals, Officials Suggest Levees were Intentionally Blown

Evidence suggests there were "cracks" in levees that were intentionally ignored, questions over how they failed.

Steve Watson/Prisonplanet | September 9 2005

Could the levees in New Orleans have been INTENTIONALLY blown out in order to provide the justification for total FEMA federal takeover?

The locals certainly seem to think so, yet, as usual, the mainstream media is barely picking up on this wave of opinion, so it is left to us once again to bring the issue into the open.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

NEIL YOUNG: "Are you?"

[Ed note: Finally, photos! First up we have Mr. Daniel Estulin, an investigative journalist who's spent the last 13 years studying a secret society of some of the richest and most powerful people in the world, The Bilderberg Group, who has a book on them published in 21 languages in 28 countries (see below), and who lives in Spain because it's more difficult to kill him there. Duuude. That's crazy. Oh well, you go dawg. I mean, aw what the hell - good luck!]

American Free Press

Bilderberg Book Suppressed by Portuguese

By James P. Tucker Jr.

Daniel Estulin, the Spanish journalist who has collaborated with American Free Press in exposing the world shadow government, reports that his book, Clube Bilderberg—Os Senhores do Mundo (The Bilderberg Club—Lords of the World), is being suppressed in Portugal.

AFP, having published Jim Tucker’s Bilderberg Diary, plans to follow by publishing Clube Bilderberg in English. Someone working for Temas e Debates, the company that planned to publish his book in Portugal, said the Portuguese government is pressuring it not to not sell his Bilderberg book.

“Apparently, it really took the government by surprise and scared them,” Estulin said. “They are afraid this could turn into a world phenomenon. In fact, it is turning into a world phenomenon, as we have signed 28 countries and 21 languages.”

“The government and my publisher in Portugal are trying to suffocate this book because they are afraid it will create a groundswell that could turn into a populist movement in Portugal as it already has in Venezuela, Colombia and Mexico where the first edition of the book sold out in less than four hours and caused riots in front of the embassies,” Estulin said. “Due to the mainstream media blockade, you have not seen or heard [of this] on national television or in the press.”

Estulin is seeking to initiate a groundswell on the Internet to pressure Temas e Debates to publish his book. He is also asking that people contact media outlets.

“The more people call and harass the publisher and the government, the less willing they will be to pull this off,” Estulin said. “If we don’t do something, we will only be less free in the future. That’s what Bilderbergers want.”

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[Ed note: And... the cover of the original graphic novel (comic book) by writer Alan Moore and artist David Lloyd that begat the movie... "V for Vendetta". And, what a movie it is. I couldn't believe what they were saying - I was loving it! In knowing what to look for it was easier for me to separate fact from fiction, and recognize that fiction was clearly being used to identify and indict fact. The idea that in the near (near! near!) future the government will sponsor terrorist attacks to engineer a fascist takeover is a clear attack on the failings of our present system facilitating the exact same. It's that simple. And, it doesn't suggest this is a "new" idea the government discovered, nor even that anything especially bad happened to subvert democracy. It just sort of... happened. They were clearly talking about "us" devolving at the hands of government manufactured paranoia over everything from terrorism to biological and nuclear weapons to natural disasters to pandemics to everything else we see on TV right now. The present as sold to us by the mass-media is artificially terrorizing us into the future the movie predicts, and the lines of history leading to their fantasy were clearly drawn from our reality. Phenomenal stuff, they know and they want to show, and they made a hell of a Hollywood flick to boot. Since I don't want to include any spoilers, I'll leave it at this: go see it!]

[Ed note: Alright, either we take these folks seriously or we don't. I mean, do we or do we not respect our favorite artists, writers, thinkers, messiahs, philosophers, icons, heroes, role models... and anyone else worth respecting? Either we pay attention or we pay the price for shortselling our appreciation of the attention they paid to us, dammit. And that's that. This ain't about no Presidential-puppet floundering in F--kupville, it's about the system that allowed him to get away with so much for so long - and that is still trying to save him. To avoid The Next Bush we've got to be smarter than assuming that paradise parades behind the puppet, that the forces at work are the forces we see, that a politician who makes $400,000 a year is truly controlling his own strings in a world of multi-billionaires and the historically wealthy, and that if he wasn't serving their interests he would be nearly as untouchable across the spectrum of public debate. It makes no sense. If he goes, and I mean "if", then I'll be happy to see him gone. But, whether he stays or goes, the forces that put him in and kept him in are just going to try again. This time, maybe they'll use someone a bit smoother, maybe a bit smilier, hell - maybe even a Democrat! I mean, c'mon. If we think THEY are going to "save" us all, then in a political climate where the Republican President's approval stands at 37%, ask yourself one question: why haven't they even tried?]

Yahoo! News

Young's Anti-War Album a Growing Drumbeat

Wed Apr 19, 5:07 PM ET

If the snippets Neil Young is posting on his Web site are any indication, his upcoming album, "Living With War," will be a serious musical broadside against the Bush administration and the Iraq war.

Young isn't alone in his feelings of discontent.

Pink, known more for her slams against bubble-headed pop stars than political figures, assails President Bush in the searing attack "Dear Mr. President" on her album "I'm Not Dead Yet," released this month. And the new single from Pearl Jam always politically minded is titled "World Wide Suicide," about a soldier's death.

All represent a steady, if not increasing anti-war sentiment since the war began in 2003. Whereas even superstar acts like the Dixie Chicks and Madonna faced backlash when they uttered opposition to the war in comments or song, more mainstream acts are more comfortable these days expressing critical thoughts.

"People were, certainly in the first couple of months, very cautious, and they are less so now," said Sean Ross at Edison Media Research, which conducts research for radio stations and others. "So it took people time to get past whether they were willing to say things."

After the 9/11 attacks, Young released the song "Let's Roll," about the passengers who helped prevent United flight 93 from reaching its target that day. It was embraced as a patriotic message during a time of crisis.

The few songs that did touch the topic at that time were also patriotic Toby Keith's "Courtesy of the Red, White & Blue (The Angry American)" and Paul McCartney's "Freedom."

But Young was also an early opponent of the war. And on "Living in War," the rock legend expresses his frustration in blunt songs such as "Let's Impeach the President."

Justin Sane from the rock group Anti-Flag, which has been active in its opposition to the war and President Bush, said artists have always been at the forefront of social change, and expressing political views in song is a way to bring attention to issues being overlooked in the mainstream media.

"It's left to artists to make the statements that should be getting put into the public discourse that are not," he said.

If there's a growing number of artists expressing their opinions about the war, Sane said, it's because "people who may have ignored it before can no longer ignore it, and artists who ignored it before can no longer ignore it. ... It just becomes something that is this white elephant in the country and I don't think artists can ignore it any longer."

Still, songs with a political context remain in the minority, and there hasn't been an overwhelming indictment of the war or Bush in a multitude of songs.

"The acid test will be when there is some anti-war commentary on country radio," he said. "That hasn't happened yet."


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Pentagon Releases Extensive Gitmo List

By BEN FOX, Associated Press Writer

9 minutes ago

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - The U.S. government released the first list of detainees held at the Guantanamo Bay prison on Wednesday — the most extensive accounting yet of the hundreds of people held there, nearly all of them labeled enemy combatants.

In all, 558 people were named in the list provided by the Pentagon in response to a Freedom of Information lawsuit by The Associated Press. They were among the first swept up in the U.S. global war on terrorism for suspected links to al-Qaida or the Taliban.

The list is the first official roster of Guantanamo detainees who passed through the Combatant Status Review Tribunal process in 2004 and 2005 to determine whether they should be deemed "enemy combatants."

Those named are from Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and 39 other countries. Many have been held at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay for more than four years. Only a handful have faced formal charges.

Some names are familiar, such as David Hicks, a Muslim from Australia charged with fighting U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan. He is one of 10 detainees selected to be tried by a military tribunal, on charges of attempted murder, aiding the enemy and conspiracy to commit terrorism.

Hicks allegedly fought for the Taliban, and Australian news media have said British authorities contend he admitted undergoing training with British Islamic extremists, including Richard Reid, who was convicted of trying to blow up a trans-Atlantic airliner with a shoe bomb.

Lesser-known detainees on the list include Muhammed al-Qahtani, a Saudi who reportedly was supposed to be the 20th hijacker in the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Although his presence at Guantanamo had been reported, the military had previously declined to confirm it.

U.S. authorities denied al-Qahtani entry at Orlando, Fla., before the suicide hijackings. But testimony of the trial Zacarias Moussaoui quoted an al-Qaida leader as describing al-Qahtani as the last hijacker for the mission who would "complete the group."

Others on the list, such as an Afghan identified only as "Commander Chaman," remain mysterious.

In all, the detainees on the list came from 41 countries. The largest number — 132 — came from Saudi Arabia. Afghanistan followed with 125, then Yemen with 107.

Partial, unofficial lists of Guantanamo Bay detainees have been compiled in the past by news organizations, lawyers and human rights groups. The U.S. had previously declined to release any list of names except the 10 who have been formally charged.

Even with the latest release, the Pentagon has not provided a full list of all the more than 750 prisoners that the military says have passed through Guantanamo.

The release of the list on Wednesday, ordered by a federal judge, came amid wide criticism of the almost total secrecy surrounding the Guantanamo Bay detention center, where the United States now holds about 490 detainees.

"This is information that should have been released a long time ago, and it's a scandal that it hasn't been," said Bill Goodman, legal director of the New York-based Center for Constitutional Rights, which has helped coordinate legal efforts on behalf of Guantanamo detainees.

The combatant status hearings at Guantanamo Bay were held from July 2004 to January 2005.

All detainees at the prison during that period had such a hearing. Of the 558 detainees who received one, the panels classified 38 as "no longer enemy combatants" and the military later released 29 of those detainees from Guantanamo.

The remaining nine, including an undisclosed number of Uighurs who can't be sent back to their native China because of the possibility they could face persecution, are being held in a part of the detention center with extra privileges known as Camp Iguana, a military spokesman said.

The names of many Guantanamo Bay detainees were disclosed publicly for the first time on March 3, when the Pentagon released some 5,000 pages of transcripts to the AP.

More names came in subsequent releases of documents — but always buried within the text of transcripts that often contained only partial information about the detainees.

With the list released Wednesday, which was accompanied by some 500 more pages of transcripts that the Pentagon said it inadvertently omitted from earlier releases, the Pentagon went further than ever in identifying who has been held at the high-security detention center on a U.S. Navy base at the southeastern edge of Cuba.

The new information will help lawyers for detainees and human rights groups who have tried to monitor Guantanamo Bay, said Mark Denbeaux, a law professor at Seton Hall University in New Jersey who has analyzed previous Guantanamo Bay documents released by the Pentagon.

"Lawyers have been asking for this stuff for 2 1/2 years," he said.

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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Vij for Vendetta

"Remember, remember,
The eleventh of September,
When the mightiest of steel,
Was reduced to embers,

And please do remember,
The darkness that fell,
For our foes wish us ill,
But our friends wish us hell..."


"I'm kickin' combo, convo's,
Y'all know, that I know,
I show, when I show,
To show I know mo',

F'sho, flows, sho', f'sho,
F'sho, we sho', we know, f'sho',
To show, so, slow, to show,
To grow is to know to show f'sho..."


"In times like this, I always wondered, what would Martin do?"

- Coretta Scott King, on re-opening the James Earl Ray trial which resulted in his subsequent acquittal - twice, as quoted by Barry Pepper, author of "An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King"


Some emails are better than others, these are mine...


Re: 9/11 sites


You see why it's so dangerous to spend time with me? ;P

And now, for the red pill...


I've seen a dozen films on this, and they're
neither contradictory nor
confusing - they're corroborating. They each
highlight their own set
of the over 600 commonly accepted smoking guns -
nearly all of which
can be found (though rarely repeated) in the
mainstream media. When
you look at the *exact* same story again you can
see how utterly insane
it is.


If we don't accept "how" we're supposed to think
about it - and as
smart individuals we shouldn't, then then we can
see a lil' piece of
recent history totally exposed as crap.

Besides, when one side are proven liars and
torturers and
war-profiteers, and the other side have never
lied nor tortured nor
war-profiteered... then who do you trust?

Uh yeah, sure... *these guys* couldn't possibly
do it...

Films (as you well know) are the result of
massive amounts of time and
effort, and having investigated the facts they
outlined I can honestly
say they get confirmed in triplicate, and scratch
the surface as best
they can.

The best one I've seen on the events of September
11th itself is called
"Loose Change: 2nd Edition". It was made by
three kids age 21, 23 and
26 over two years, and is brilliantly and densely

The DVD's website is:

And if you Google "loose change" you can stream
it on Google Video as
the second search result. Just let it load for a
minute so it doesn't
stop (that sucks!), full-screen it, and crank up
the speakers, the kids
did a great job with the music too...

The other best film I've seen on 9/11 and the
rise of the police state
is, well... "Martial Law 9/11: Rise of the Police
State". I know
you've seen it, but like many other movies it's
worth a second look,
and seeing New York become "Baghdad-lite" (Greg
Palast) is crazy. I
think it's the most important movie in the world
right now, and would
like it to be the centre of discussion for
billions of people.

You can watch clips and check their resource

And you can download a copy at:


As for websites there's a whole bunch, but this
is one of the most
respected ones with links to others:

And they just referenced an article on Charlie
Sheen's recent
appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live from the best
source of information out
there - courtesy of Alex Jones.

Here's a look at their massive 9/11 Archive:

If this doesn't convince you of how hard they
work, how sincere they
are, and how desperately they try to corroborate
information... then you didn't look at it.


Hey, it is what it is.

If you look at history, governments (lead by
Kings, Queens, Emperors,
Presidents, etc.) have always gone bad, that's
just what they do.

The 20th Century killed 160 million people in
wars (Robert McNamara),
worse than any in history by far, and the 21st
Century is starting off
even worse.

If you look at the world objectively, with 3
billion people living on
less than $2/day, the means of production taken
away from local
cultures, globalization leading to starvation and
environmental catastrophes that affect billions
with no recourse in
insurance... you can see that humans are
collectively treating each
other worse than ever before in history.

But, the solution is easy: "Qui bono?" or, "Who

There are very few people that dare track the
money high enough up the
food chain to see who's orchestrating events for
their malicious
benefit - or if there's a connection at all.

And yet, if immensely powerful people weren't
immensely benefiting from
the chaos, wouldn't they use their power to
change the world?


"And That's One to Grow On!" :)


P.S. Had a blast, great weekend, congrats again...


Good on ya mate, good quotes too, especially the
one chosen early that
sets the tone of the article - after all, the
poor, poor Green Party
shouldn't have to needlessly suffer as a result
of campaign finance
reform! ;P

No worries, I think they're throwing the game on
purpose by
half-heartedly picking a fight, and apparently,
according to the media,
pitting their policy against "free speech".

It seems like they're getting us ready to
acknowledge they tried to
fulfill their campaign promise to avoid having
them try again - thus
leaving the status quo election rules that
recently elected the Tories
in the first place.

Next comes the non-confidence motion that
dissolves their government,
then the following election that certifies their
majority... and voila:

"Heil Harper!"

Excuse moi, I've got a brown shirt I need to
iron, and fortunately it
matches my big brown eyes and my big brown ass!



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I done told you meng... :)



yep, thanks for the link meng, it's been
corroborated several times by
several different engineers but is always good to

there are so many "smoking guns" out there that
the fact that we
believed the original story seems unbelievable -
so we have even more
trouble believing the revised version. people
just don't like being
wrong man, and we're wrong on a massive scale.

here's a BBC article (still up!) from Sept 23,

plus... ah, screw it.

just watch "Loose Change: 2nd Edition", or either
of the two Alex Jones
films, and you'll see for yourself... :)


p.s. here's the bonus section of the main page of
my music site, and by
definition a random sampling of what i've been up

(it's near the bottom of the page, or see below.)

i'm afraid we live in a world we don't understand
gentlemen, as there
are far too many clues available - and far too
much dishonest avoidance
of them in all our preferred sources of
information. the lines between
deciding that something is unimportant because
it's silly versus
deciding it's unimportant because it's
threatening are being blurred,
and we reflect that fallacy in oft-repeating that
the threatening
things are silly.

and, there's a reason for that: they're

(that's why we refuse to discuss them.)

and, there's a reason we're on TomKat/Brangelina
Babywatch: it's silly.

(that's why we enjoy discussing it.)

either way, "the electronic berlin wall of
controlled corporate media"
(Alex Jones) has to be torn down, and those
battling against the tidal
spin must be acknowledged for their efforts.
finally, as we casually
consume movies like "Star Wars III" and "V for
Vendetta" that clearly
show the government staging terror attacks so
they can seize control of
their terrified populations...

...we have to realize that Mr. Lucas and The
Wachowski Brothers did the
best Hollywood they could to let us know.

"Freedom! Forever!"

vij for vendetta

p.s. here's a BBC News article from September 23,
2001 that says many
of the hijackers are still alive, and it's still


BONUS: Getcha learn on...

"In the councils of government, we must guard
against the acquisition
of unwarranted influence, whether sought or
unsought, by the military
industrial complex. The potential for the
disastrous rise of misplaced
power exists and will persist.

We must never let the weight of this combination
endanger our liberties
or democratic processes. We should take nothing
for granted. Only an
alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the
proper meshing of the
huge industrial and military machinery of defense
with our peaceful
methods and goals, so that security and liberty
may prosper together."

- Dwight D. Eisenhower
- 34th President of the United States
- Farewell Address to the Nation
- January 17, 1961

"When we got into office, the thing that
surprised me the most was that
things were as bad as we'd been saying they

"The men who create power make an indispensable
contribution to the
Nation's greatness, but the men who question
power make a contribution
just as indispensable, especially when that
questioning is
disinterested, for they determine whether we use
power or power uses

"We must never forget that art is not a form of
propaganda; it is a
form of truth."

"Mankind must put an end to war, or war will put
an end to mankind."

- John F. Kennedy
- 35th President of the United States
- Assasinated in Dallas, Texas
- November 22, 1963


Three free documentaries that could actually help
Save The World.


They're awesome.

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