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Kumi Naidoo, Head of Greenpeace leads from the front in daring Arctic action

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Kumi Naidoo is the Global head of Greenpeace. He is shown in this video being hit with freezing water fired from water cannons as he tries to draw attention to the madness of drilling for oil in such an ecologically fragile area.

If you agree that drilling in ecologically fragile areas such as this needs to be addressed or must stop please comment away.

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Really Graceful, what the media won’t tell you about China

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Really Graceful has an awesome YouTube channel, She describes her channel this way “On this channel, I talk about suppressed history by connecting the past to the present”. In this video she describes “What the media won’t tell you about China”, I found the video very insightful and as usual the underhanded tactics of the British and American governments in pushing their agendas is clearly explained, I really enjoyed her commentary. Please watch and enjoy the video and please stay tuned for my response post discussing “China’s growth in the new world”.
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Fascism vs Neoliberalism with Chris Hedges

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Faciscm vs Neo Liberalism

Award winning journalist and host of RT’s On Contact Chris Hedges enters the Hawks Nest to discuss the future of the United States in the hands of Donald Trump and what is next for the neoliberal supporters of Hillary Clinton.

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The War You Don’t See

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John Pilger, The war you don't see

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‘The War you don’t see’ is a British Documentary Film released in 2010. Written, produced and directed by John Pilger, The film confronts mainstream media’s role played in war, from World War One through the destruction of Hiroshima, the Vietnam War and more recently the Iraq/Afghanistan as well as the Israel/Palenstine conflict.

“As weapons and propaganda become even more sophisticated, the nature of war is developing into an ‘electronic battlefield’ in which journalists play a key role, and civilians are the victims. But who is the real enemy?
John Pilger says in the film: “We journalists… have to be brave enough to defy those who seek our collusion in selling their latest bloody adventure in someone else’s country…”

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