People say that there are two issues in this year’s elections: the war and the economy. But in many ways, that’s just one issue – Joseph Stiglitz talking at the London School of Economics last month(paraphrased from memory).
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Posted by Dave (The Void) on March 19, 2008
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Posted by Dave (The Void) on September 15, 2007
I have taken this documentary down, as it became apparent that it was bringing traffic in from the fascist British National Party and their supporters.
If you’re not with these scum, I apologise for the inconvenience.
If you are, then all I have to say to you is FUCK OFF AND DIE YOU NAZI BASTARDS!
Posted by Dave (The Void) on August 15, 2007
A stylish and informative insight into corporate power, its history and its nature. (145mins). See also TheCorporation.com
Part two follows.
Posted by Dave (The Void) on July 16, 2007
An informative and very human look at what neoliberal neocolonialism is doing to this island paradise. Narration based on Jamaica Arcaid’s A Small Place.
Posted by Dave (The Void) on May 30, 2007
When asked to name the most powerful force in the universe, Albert Einstein famously replied “compound interest”. Unlike gravity, say, or electromagnetism, this is a phenomenom entirely of our own making, yet how many of us even begin to understand it?
More generally, it’s often said (and rarely without reason) that money is the root of all evil. Yet who among us knows the root of all money? If knowledge is power, then watching this animated film (47 mins) might represent a big step towards your emancipation.