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The BNP Wives

Posted by charliemarks on January 23, 2008

BNP Wives is a documentary that demonstrates the fascists have learnt nothing from previous embarrassing encounters with the media.

(go to Google Video)

A more apt title for the programme would have been BNP Women as only one of them is married to a BNP member, and though a lot of it is old material in comedy terms (you think they’d be prepared for some of the questions and be a little more polite with members of the public!) it’s worth watching to compare what the women say with the glowing review on the BNP website, where the three are described as “fine ambassadors” for the party…

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Posted in anti-semitism, BNP, documentary, ethnic cleansing, fascism, genocide, identity, islam, islamophobia, judaism, nationalism, racism, religion, TV, uk, uk politics | 1 Comment »

OUTFOXED

Posted by michaelgreenwell on July 9, 2007

Robert Greenwald’s documentary (even if he is part of moveon.org) shows excellently some of the techniques used by todays media.

Posted in brainwashing, capitalism, censorship, corporatocracy, documentary, film, iraq, journalism, media, murdoch, politics, propaganda, TV | 1 Comment »

Iraq – The Hidden Story

Posted by Dave (The Void) on February 19, 2007

You’re a journalist in Iraq. You have two choices: court near-certain death on the streets, or stay in custody of the all-powerful occupying forces. In this hardhitting documentary (49 mins), Jon Snow shows how this dilemma, combined with the natural squeamishness of television news, keeps us from ever appreciating the horrors of occupied Iraq.

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Posted in censorship, iraq, journalism, media, news, propaganda, TV, war | 1 Comment »