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America: Freedom to Fascism / TerrorStorm
Georgia Straight, Canada - Jan 25, 2007

Aaron Russo’s America: Freedom to Fascism and Alex Jones’s TerrorStorm are cut from the same anarchist cloth. In the first doc, the filmmaker pursues a ...

Kensington Market
Toronto Star, Canada - Jan 13, 2007

"People are crazy for these documentaries," says the tall young man in dreadlocks, surveying shelves full of such underground classics as Terrorstorm: A ...

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America: Freedom to Fascism / TerrorStorm

By Mark Harris
Publish Date: January 25, 2007

America: Freedom to Fascism

A documentary by Aaron Russo. Rated PG. Plays Sunday and Tuesday (January 28 and 30) at the Pacific Cinémathèque


A documentary by Alex Jones. Unrated. Plays next Sunday (February 4) at the Pacific Cinémathèque

The unanswered questions surrounding the 9/11 attacks make the assassination of John F. Kennedy look like a closed book. And if mainstream media has successfully managed to swallow the official White House version of what happened to the Twin Towers without projectile vomiting, “radical” documentarists have not. The film Loose Change 2nd Edition, for example, argues that Flight 93 couldn’t possibly have crashed where it was supposed to (no bodies, not even any blood) and might even be flying today. What’s more, it contends, whatever hit the Pentagon was almost certainly not a commercial airliner.

Aaron Russo’s America: Freedom to Fascism and Alex Jones’s TerrorStorm are cut from the same anarchist cloth. In the first doc, the filmmaker pursues a number of government officials in search of the law that obliges people to pay income tax. No matter how hard he looks for the smoking gun, it remains absent while judge after judge bellows that “law” shall not be allowed in his courtroom and that the decisions of the Supreme Court offer no shelter to tax dissidents who refuse to tithe their incomes before being shown the statute that says they must.

Nevertheless, despite his Michael Moore–like persistence, because Russo is fairly neutral in terms of military matters and is seemingly indifferent to health care, old-age pensions, and the like, one can’t help wondering if his libertarianism isn’t of the right-wing variety that is primarily concerned with keeping as many dollars as possible in middle-class pockets. Sure, he slags the Federal Reserve Act and big bankers, but his constant references to The Communist Manifesto and the threat of “world government”, coupled with his uncritical adulation of his nation’s “Founding Fathers”, leave this frequently fascinating screen polemic open to a range of interpretations.

No such ambiguity arises from TerrorStorm. Radio journalist Alex Jones goes out of his way to let us know just how small the mathematical odds are of antiterrorist exercises taking place parallel to—and at the exact same time as—the London bombings that al-Qaeda is alleged to have carried out, just as his footage claims that the World Trade Center’s Building 7 almost certainly collapsed from the force of internal demolition charges, while the Twin Towers seem to have been helped along in a similar fashion. (That’s the substance of his central claim that the first blow in the so-called “war on terror” was self-inflicted with malice aforethought.) And of course, we would all like to know what happened to the $167- billion worth of gold allegedly stockpiled in the WTC’s basement.

Even if you don’t accept every claim made in these docs as holy writ—and you shouldn’t, since many are highly questionable—they do open up the debate. What’s more, their “wildest” charges are often the best documented. Overall, these films can’t help but remind us of Karl Kraus’s century-old comment on psychoanalysis: possibly only the craziest parts are true.

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Kensington Market

The Toronto Star
January 13, 2007

The undisputed champion of one-stop shopping neighbourhoods, the market spreads its charms across several scruffy blocks west of Spadina Ave. and south of College St.

Home to the venerable Augusta Egg Market, the area also has a bevy of fish markets, stamping their unmistakable scent along Baldwin St., as well as nut emporiums and cheese dens such as Global Cheese on Kensington Ave. Here are a couple of other specialty shops in the area:

Uprising (168 Baldwin St.)

Perhaps the most curious of specialty shops, this one peddles something entirely different.

"There is an information war," says store manager Tyson. "That is what we specialize in."

You won't find When Harry Met Sally on the DVD shelves here. More like When Che Met Chomsky.

The shop focuses on information, whether in books, DVDs or postcards, spanning history, politics, conspiracy, secret societies, as well as reggae and Rastafarian societies – "stuff you can't rent at Blockbuster," says Tyson.

"People are crazy for these documentaries," says the tall young man in dreadlocks, surveying shelves full of such underground classics as Terrorstorm: A History of Government Sponsored Terrorism and The Trials of Henry Kissinger.

"This demon should be in jail," Tyson adds, referring to the latter figure.

But the most popular video, by far, is The Illuminati, which focuses on secret governments around the world.

"I can't keep it on the shelf," Tyson says. "It deserves a shrine."

Step inside on any given day and you'll find reggae, and perhaps a trace of something else, is in the air. The vibe is friendly.

And prices? "Cheap," he says. "We're not a capitalist-oriented store."

Casa Acoreana (235 Augusta Ave.) It may take you a moment to sniff out the specialty at this shop.

Is it coffee? After all, there are 60 different kinds. Or is it tea, which comes in 100 flavours? But look in another direction, and the 300 types of candy on display might suggest this is a sugar mecca.

It's only when Victor Pavao, the store founder's son, locks you down in conversation that it becomes obvious.

Casa Acoreana specializes in customer relations.

That's why Pavao is often chatting with visitors, or smoking out front or suggesting new recipes with whole-glazed tangerines.

"In a lot of supermarkets, they have young students or whatever who can't tell you anything about their products.

"People like one-on-one," he adds. "You can't talk to a shelf."


Dahr Jamail on the Slave Labor, War-Profiteering and Vacation Resorts in Iraq

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Dahr Jamail's MidEast Dispatches

Independent News From the MidEast

In late 2003, Weary of the overall failure of the US media to accurately report on the realities of the war in Iraq for the Iraqi people and US soldiers, Dahr Jamail went to Iraq to report on the war himself.

His dispatches were quickly recognized as an important media resource. He is now writing for the Inter Press Service, The Asia Times and many other outlets. His reports have also been published with The Nation, The Sunday Herald, Islam Online, the Guardian, Foreign Policy in Focus, and the Independent to name just a few. Dahr's dispatches and hard news stories have been translated into French, Polish, German, Dutch, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic and Turkish. On radio as well as television, Dahr reports for Democracy Now!, the BBC, and numerous other stations around the globe. Dahr is also special correspondent for Flashpoints.

Dahr has spent a total of 8 months in occupied Iraq as one of only a few independent US journalists in the country. In the MidEast, Dahr has also has reported from Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. Dahr uses the website and his popular mailing list to disseminate his dispatches.

©2004-2006 Dahr Jamail.


Friday, January 25, 2007


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Alex welcomes to the program Scott Ritter who served as a top U.N. Weapons Inspector in Iraq during much of the 1990s. Prior to that, he served in the United States Marines and as an adviser to General Norman Schwarzkopf in the first Gulf War. He will discuss his book Target Iran, the upcoming attack, and our duty as Americans to resist it.

Related Information:

Scott Ritter on Tavis Smiley: Read Transcript | Listen to Audio


Alex also welcomes Jerome Corsi, PhD. to discuss the growing tension over Middle East and the impending U.S. / Israeli strike on Iran.

Related Information:
Articles by Jerome Corsi


Later Alex speaks with independent journalist Dahr Jamail about the chaos in Lebanon and the impending U.S. war with Iran

Related Information:
Dahr Jamail's MidEast Dispatches


The Hanging of Saddam Hussein with Dahr Jamail, Mark Glenn and Andreas (interviews start at 9 mins)

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56 min 0 sec - Jan 5, 2007

Hesham Tillawi talks with Dahr Jamail, Mark Glenn, and Judy Andreas about Saddam hanging. Excellent information to help you understand what really happened and why Saddam had to die.


Dahr Jamail's Weblog

'Dahr Jamail's Weblog' contains Dahr's personal log, opinions and commentary from the Middle East.

December 14, 2006

Child Victims of Violence

Here is the text and photos I just received from a doctor friend in Baghdad:

"This is 20 month-old Iraqi baby girl, who was severely injured and mutilated, in a blast by a car bomb in Al-Sadr City 21 days ago,she lost her two eyes.

"Her name is Shams-means sun in Arabic-... well not anymore, her mother was killed during the accident. Shams lies now in a surgical specialty hospital in Baghdad, and as we live in these terrible conditions in Baghdad she has not much chance to get any proper medical care...

"She is an innocent element amid this turmoil. I have a kid almost the same age and I feel aching pain inside for her. Shams was sent for my consulatation for her but I could do nothing. If she could make it she would live with a broken soul forever. Who could bring back her cherubic childish smile again? I hope that the criminal who did this sees part of his accomplishment."

Posted by Dahr_Jamail at 11:14 PM


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