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This Is What A Police State Looks Like

Posted by Dave (The Void) on February 26, 2008

It’s not fascism, so ignore the hysterical Hitler references.  However, this short film (14 mins), compiled from the police’s own footage, is definitely one to watch.

Anyone who’s been on a demo in the last few years will have clocked the police intelligence teams, snapping up faces with their oversized cameras.  This footage shows how the operate – and reveals the lengths to which the police will go to enforce their authoritah.

Posted in activism, authoritarianism, civil liberties, class war, crime, human rights, identity, law, police, police state, protest, surveillance, totalitarianism, USA, video, war on terror | 10 Comments »

The Stanford Prison Experiment

Posted by Dave (The Void) on October 9, 2007

This documentary (50 mins) revisits the infamous 1970 experiment in which the Psychology Department of Stanford University recreated a prison environment, staffed and inhabited solely by healthy students with no history of mental imbalance.

[click here to watch the video on guba.com]

The resulting brutality shows that, quite apart from bizzare individual pathologies, acts of great evil can come simply from people trying to conform to a role – as borne out by the recent experiences of occupying forces in Iraq and Gaza.

Posted in crime, documentary, human rights, law, prison, psychology, torture, video | Leave a Comment »

 
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