Updated on 4/9/2022
Documentaries are a good source of information, even if not everything is correct due to not all the
parts of the puzzle being found as of yet. They investigate, and try and figure out, why thing are they
way they are.. Please watch with an "Open Mind", and maybe things will become a bit clearer.
Manufacturing Consent explores the political life and ideas of world-renowned linguist, intellectual and
political activist Noam Chomsky. Through a collage of biography, archival material and various graphics
and illustrations, Mark Achbar and Peter Wintonick's 22-award-winning documentary highlights Chomsky's
probing analysis of mass media and his critique of the forces at work behind the daily news.
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Oliver Stone Documentaries
Ukraine. Across its eastern border is Russia and to its west-Europe. For centuries, it has been at the center of a tug-of-war between powers seeking to control its rich lands and access to the Black Sea. 2014's Maidan Massacre triggered a bloody uprising that ousted president Viktor Yanukovych and painted Russia as the perpetrator by Western media. But was it? "Ukraine on Fire" by Igor Lopatonok..
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"Revealing Ukraine" by Igor Lopatonok continues investigations on of the ongoing Ukrainian crisis following "Ukraine on Fire". In addition, it analyzes the current political backstage and its dangerous potential for the world.
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The Untold History of the United States - Part 1
Chapter 1: WWII
The first chapter explores the birth of the American Empire by focusing on Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin. Through examination of key decisions during World War II, discover unsung heroes such as American Henry Wallace and explore the demonization of the soviets.
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The Untold History of the United States - Part 1
Chapter 2: Roosevelt, Truman & Wallace
Highlights from the historical upset of Harry Truman replacing Henry Wallace as Roosevelt's Vice President during his forth term. ─ this dramatic shift in leadership propelled the U.S. toward empire-building. Exploration of the relationship between the U.S. and the Soviet Union and the beginnings of the Cold War. The relationship between Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill are an integral part of the postwar Europe's division at the Yalta conference.
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The Untold History of the United States - Part 1
Chapter 3: The Bomb
The strategies behind the U.S. atomic bombings of Japan are explored, as well as the new mythology that emerged from the war. The bombing haunted the Soviets and mistrust toward the Allies grew quickly. The consequences of beginning a process that could end life on the planet are examined.
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The Untold History of the United States - Part 2
Chapter 4: The Cold War
The equation changes: specific month-by-month causes of the Cold War.Highlights include Churchill's Iron Curtain speech, the civil war in Greece and the Red Scare that prompts the rise of Joseph McCarthy, the House Un-American Activities Committee and the FBI.
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The Untold History of the United States - Part 2
Chapter 5: The 50's: Eisenhower, The Bomb & The Third World
Eisenhower and John Foster Dulles replace Truman, Stalin dies but relations with the Soviet Union turn colder. The H-bomb nd the doctrine of the nuclear annihilation are explored, as are the Korean War and U.S. rearmament. McCarthyism grows and so does he ruthlessness of U.S. policy toward the Third World. Eisenhower emerges as a game changer.
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The Untold History of the United States - Part 2
Chapter 6: JFK: To The Brink
JFK and the Bay of Pigs; on the brink of total war during the Cuban Missile Crisis; early Vietnam; JFK's attempts at peace with Khrushchev; JFK assassinated.
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The Untold History of the United States - Part 2
Chapter 7: Johnson, Nixon & Vietnam: Reversal of Fortune
Cataclysm in Vietnam as the war reaches a turning point - there's no going back. The betrayal by Richard Nixon.
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The Untold History of the United States Part 3
Chapter 8: Reagan, Gorbachev & The Third World - Rise of the Right
Carter's dreams of change give way to Ronald Reagan's secret wars in Afghanistan and Central America. Gorbachev emerges. Fresh opportunities for peace arise. The debate over Reagan's legacy.
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The Untold History of the United States Part 3
Chapter 9: Bush & Clinton: Squandered Peace - New World Order
Russia introduced to American Capitalism. U.S. goes to war in the Middle East. New World Order Shaped.
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The Untold History of the United States Part 3
Chapter 10: Bush II & Obama - Age of Terror
George W. Bush's doctrine of an "endless war" against terrorism manifests in the Department of Homeland Security, in Iraq and Afghanistan, and is a worldwide global Security State. The cannibalization of the U.S. economy continues. Obama and the destiny of the American Empire.
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From RT Documentary
It’s been almost seven years since a US-inspired coup divided Ukraine and war erupted in the country’s east. The Donetsk and Lugansk republics, next to Russia's border, are collectively known as Donbass, a coal-mining industrial centre. The two declared independence from Kiev in 2014, and civil war erupted.
There are mass graves scattered across Donbass, from which bodies of civilians are regularly exhumed. Yet, while the shelling and killings continued, Western media remained silent. According to UN estimates, over 13,000 people have been killed in the conflict.
The Donbass people call it a ‘genocide of the Russian-speaking population’. Kiev outlawed the Russian language from everyday life, endeavouring to limit its use, despite Russian being the native language in large areas of the country.
Donbass. Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow takes a look back at events that unfolded before the start of the crisis in 2014. Historians and journalists share their views on the conflict, players and motives, while ordinary citizens from the Donetsk and Lugansk regions describe the horrors of war.
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The film Donbass War: Airport. Part 1 looks back to the Donetsk region in 2014, when residents refused to recognize the results of “Maidan” and were confronted by a severe reaction from the Ukrainian authorities.
Donetsk airport became a stronghold for the Ukrainian army wanting to remain in control. After the Ukrainian military had taken it over, it became a source of tension. The film features burnt homes, people seeking for shelter, and victims of shelling from the airport. The film crew also met militia members, former miners, teachers, and plumbers, who had taken up arms to defend their home.
One of the main objectives was to retake the airport control tower, which the Ukrainian army used to target the shelling of militia and peaceful citizens.
Watch Donbass war: Airport. Part 1 for a detailed account of the 2014 events.
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The film Donbass War: Airport. Part 2 explores the final stages of the fight for the Donetsk airport. From late 2014 to late 2015, tensions were flying high.
In 2014, Donbass residents who refused to recognize the results of “Maidan” were confronted by the severe reaction of the Ukrainian authorities. The Donetsk airport within the city limits became a stronghold the Ukrainian army wanted to retain. The Donbass militia was forced to stop them from taking it over.
In response to the Donbass people’s militia, the Ukrainian army directed fire towards the peaceful districts of the city. The film crew talked to Donbass residents who shared their memories about these times. They talk about how they had to hide from gunfire and lost their loved ones in the war. The participants of this tragic period defined the timeline of the events when the old and new terminals were taken by storm. The Ukrainian military eventually lost control, leaving Donetsk airport was destroyed.
Watch Donbass War: Airport. Part 2 for a detailed account.
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Maidan: Road to War was shot from 2014 to 2022, as the DNR and LNR territory was subjected to daily shelling from Ukraine. The film delves into the 2014 situation in Ukraine and pieces together the course of events. The film wants to draw the attention of the Ukrainian authorities to the shelling and the deaths of civilians in the Donbass, but the government didn’t respond.
Maidan movement gained momentum in Kiev in 2013. Protests were prompted by the government’s decision to suspend the signing of the association agreement with the European Union. At first, the protests looked like a rock festival, but soon signs of hostility started to creep in from politicians and nationalists.
They were deliberately provocative. Leaders of nationalist organizations admit they have been preparing for violent street riots long before the protests engulfed Kiev. They planned a revolution and the deposition of the government from the start.
See how the events unfolded and what eventually led to the conflict in our film.
00:00 - intro
1:16 - The unique thing about Ukraine was that it showed the way of peace
7:44 - There was only a particular group in the West who embraced this, who became the core of this protest
16:27 - Poroshenko appeared on the Maidan many times.
24:38 - In Kiev, they called it the Revolution of Dignity, but people in the Southeast considered it a coup d’état
34:45 - The reason why Donbass was a shockwave epicenter was that they realized no one would listen to them
39:28 - Civilian casualties had to be presented as human shields for the terrorists and separatists
45:09 - The first to come under attack was Slavyansk residents
49:24 - Poroshenko was inaugurated on the 7th June 2014 in Kiev
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The breakaway Donetsk and Lugansk republics next to the border with Russia are known as Donbass. The two republics declared independence from Kiev in 2014, and there has since been an ongoing civil war.
Under the Minsk Agreement, the sides agreed to pull troops back from the separation line by two kilometers. But instead of being the buffer zone, these villages witness war every day and suffer from its consequences.
Locals live without water or electricity for days. Children play with the remnants of war. They call their villages the ‘grey zone’. For years, Ukrainian troops have been engaging in what the media calls a creeping offensive, getting closer to the ‘grey zone’ villages.
Donbass: The Grey Zone explores life on the frontline, as locals share their accounts of the war. Aleksandr, 80, describes how he lost his entire family killed in a mortar attack. Now he’s the only one in his village who fixes damaged electrical cables. We meet Margarita, who talks casually about mortar ammunition her daughter finds in the yard. Finally, high school student, Denis gives us a tour around his abandoned school.
Nearly 4,000 civilians have been killed since the start of the civil war.
2:02 Living on the frontline in Aleksandrovka
6:02 The killing of civilians
14:00 Frontline villages - Aleksandrovka, Kruta Balka, Zaytsevo
19:46 Creeping offensive
22:34 Why villagers don’t leave Kruta Balka
34:15 Children and the war
41:00 Surviving in a ‘grey zone’
45:45 How a war becomes daily life
Subhead - Life in the frontline villages
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The film features episodes of the Donbass war, which took place at Debaltsevo, a crucial strategic point. It became the centre for fierce fighting between the militia and government forces.
In summer 2014, fighting began in southeast Ukraine, as Ukraine’s armed forces were tasked to subdue the rebellious regions. The conflict, ongoing for months, was not seen by the Ukrainian government as a civil war but as Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine.
But in the streets of Donbass, Ukrainian tanks and APCs encounter angry residents, while regions of Donetsk and Lugansk declared themselves People’s Republics. The escalation began after the events at Maidan, which led to the overthrow of the country’s government, which people in southeastern Ukraine considered a coup d’état.
A former officer with Ukraine’s Security Service, Vasily Prozorov, provided secret documents that proved Kiev never intended to negotiate with southeast Ukraine. So it was no coincidence the government was quick to declare the beginning of an anti-terrorist operation. Realizing what was coming, the rebel regions created self-defence groups — the Donbass militia. The most vicious fighting between the militia and government forces unfolded in Debaltsevo and its surroundings.
Debaltsevo was strategically important to both sides. So what was going on as the militia defended the area, desperately trying to maintain a link between the two rebel capitals?
00:00 - intro
2:14 - Ukraine’s armed forces are tasked to bring the rebellious regions to heel
7:30 - In Debaltsevo, the previous administration had decided to pull firefighters out of town
14:22 - In September 2014, a plan for settling the conflict in southeast Ukraine was approved
22:03 - After heavy fighting, the militia first liberated Uglegorsk
27:36 - The town was left with no power and heating, homes were in ruins
38:18 - After the liberation of Uglegorsk, the militia set their sights on Debaltsevo
40:45 - The territory that had looked ideal for ..
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Southeastern Ukraine has been a war zone for the last eight years. Government forces have been shelling their people because of differences concerning language, political affiliations, and their country’s future. Not everyone was happy with this pro-Western sentiment. The southeastern part of Ukraine has always felt closer to Russia. Some of its residents are ethnically Russian or have relatives in Russia.
Most Ukrainians speak Russian, and it’s the predominant language in some regions. Attempts to ban it only adds fuel to the fire. Ukraine’s neo-Nazis took advantage of the situation and began to wipe out the Russian-speaking population. Crimea was the first Ukrainian region to express discontent and voted to return to Russia. Later, the people of Donbass also stood up to protect their land. However, the Ukrainian government was unable to cope with the situation. It continually shelled the country’s southeastern part for the next eight years while simultaneously seeking closer integration with the West.
In the late February of 2022, Russian forces and volunteers helped Donbass refugees to leave their destroyed homes and have a chance at a new life. Russia took in 2,500,000 people.
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After starting the special operation in Ukraine, every day saw new sanctions against Russia. Sanctions as an enforcement tool have been used on our country and others. Sanctions are imposed on a country’s economy when neither political pressure nor military intervention is likely to succeed. In recent years, the word “sanctions” has become a household term, along with trade wars, import phase-out, and finding new outlets.
Today, Russia is probably the highest sanctioned country globally, with more being added. For the most part, they are personal and directed towards specific individuals. The rest touch upon companies and organizations. The severity of sanctions is so significant that many experts compare them to a “financial nuclear war”.
Though those imposing the sanction claim they only affect the elite when in reality, they damage the most vulnerable segments of the population. Countries with sanctions imposed before, like Venezuela, Iran, and Iraq, prove that. Another misconception is that the lowered quality of life caused by the sanctions will drive people to protest. However, it’s more likely that the sanctions will have a uniting effect on those affected and make them hostile towards the imposers. As a result, people will become even more consolidated around their government.
What is the plausible outcome of the current economic situation? What will the long term effect of sanctions have on the world economy.
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In 2014, the conflicts and contradictions that have existed for decades between Ukraine’s agrarian west and industrial east turned into civil strife and then into war. The differences in mentality, language, and traditions were too irreconcilable. As a result, the Euromaidan movement, which began as a struggle for Ukraine’s integration into the European Union, rapidly veered towards outright nationalist ideas. Radical groups started to play a leading role in Maidan. The regime change, which occurred due to Maidan, was seen in south-eastern Ukraine as a coup d'état.
All the more so because the forces that won in Kiev immediately outlined a new vector for the country’s development. One of the first decisions by Ukraine’s parliament was to cancel the special status of the Russian language. Thousands joined the protests in the south-eastern regions. As a result, Donetsk and Lugansk regions proclaimed themselves the People’s Republics.
Essentially, the protesters were replicating Maidan tactics. But what was acceptable for protesters in Kiev and the west, was unforgivable for the people of south-eastern Ukraine. So the new authorities responded with force. In the spring of 2014, the ATO, an anti-terrorist operation, was announced.
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“Everything Russian is rejected and assaulted”, “Speak as little Russian in public as possible”. These are quotes from Russian people living abroad who have recently been confronted with constant verbal assaults, rudeness and even physical threats during the recent wave of russophobia. Even children get hurt.
European and especially Eastern European highways now resemble 'roads of fury' for Russian truckers. Cars with Russian number plates have become targets. Very often drivers find them with broken windows and punctured tyres. They say they feel lucky if only their cars were targeted.
Students become victims of russophobia, too, as a number of European universities make it clear Russians are no longer welcome. Students say they feel a change of attitude towards them which even reflects on their grades.
Russian embassies didn’t manage to avoid Russophobic sentiment, either. Legations are surrounded by picket lines and bombarded with verbal threats. In early April, a vehicle rammed into the gates of the Russian Embassy in Bucharest.
However there are people in the European community who don’t share in the common sentiment, but their voices are simply not heard. For now, many Russians living in Europe, Israel, and the USA see leaving as the only way out.
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After the Donetsk People’s Republic was proclaimed, war ravaged Donbass. Ukrainian artillery has been shelling towns and villages. Some people were lucky to get evacuated. Others stayed at their own peril and lost connection with their families. Either way, they did their best to survive in the ruins of their own houses and hope for a better future.
Andrey Lysenko and his son Vladislav are volunteers who drive across the devastated Donbass and distribute humanitarian aid to locals bought with subscribers’ money. Sometimes they travel with projectiles flying and bombs exploding around, but they are used to it. Their main goal is to help the people of Donbass to hold on and have all they need to survive.
The locals tell stories about Ukrainian nationalist and armed forces coming into their towns and villages, hiding among the civilian population, with tanks firing in the middle of residential neighborhoods.
DNR residents who were separated from their relatives and loved ones by the front line venture out to the once Ukrainian city of Volnovakha, which now belongs to the DNR, to look for them and possibly reunite. But not everybody is willing to leave the houses they’ve been living in for years and abandon their pets.
How do people find the courage to remain strong and compassionate during shelling?
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“It’s the Azov battalion. They forced people out of their houses and into basements. Then tanks started shooting from here, from there,” a Mariupol resident shared her story with the film crew. Over 400,000 people in Mariupol had to go underground because they couldn’t leave the city. The film tracks stories of people who had to survive in Mariupol under Ukrainian shelling. Sheltering in cellars and watching Ukrainian tanks firing at residential buildings. They have all gone through hell and back. Now they’re happy to be alive and hope for a new beginning.
A Russian military officer drives across shelled Mariupol to distribute humanitarian aid. A volunteer from Texas, who came to Donbass eight years ago, as he refused to believe American propaganda, helps reunite families separated during the evacuation. A hieromonk who was taken hostage by Azov members and tortured miraculously survived and dedicated his life to studying the origins of Nazism in Ukraine. A courageous OB-GYN who runs a maternity ward helped give birth to 25 women during the bombing.
Hundreds of people who got a chance to be evacuated lost connections with the rest of their families who stayed. With no cell service and internet connection, their only hope was to get a word through Russian soldiers who would find relatives and friends and relay their messages.
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The nationalist movement in Ukraine didn’t just happen; it took years to build. It's been growing for years, nurtured by western curators and supported by western funds. By the beginning of the Maidan, an entire network of neo-Nazi units had already been up and running in Ukraine, but the Ukrainian government didn’t prosecute them. Ready and able military and terrorist units dispersed and showed up at anti-Maidan meetings in Ukraine’s cities. The years 2019 and 2020 saw meetings and protests in Kiev demanding the denial of special status for the DNR and LNR breakaway regions.
One of its main goals was to form an ideology that would dehumanize Russians and break all ties that existed for decades before. Initially, Russians weren't seen as a minority in Ukraine, but the anti-Russian sentiment gradually became overwhelming. Nationalists have been taught how to lead a war on social media, eventually launching a guided communication battle against the Russian people.
Stepan Bandera was the head of the Ukrainian nationalist organization in 1929. In 1934, the Gestapo accepted the Berlin chapter of the organization — he organized terrorist acts, killing officials. In 1941, the Ukrainian nationalist organization was responsible for the biggest Jewish pogrom in Lvov, killing about 7,000 people. Yet, in 2010, Stepan Bandera was pronounced a national hero, with torch-lit marches in his honor ever since.
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For the first time in history, the “canceling” was used on an entire country’s culture: Russian culture is being cancelled. Everything that has been created in Russia for over 1,500 years is not only questioned but also condemned, reviled, and rejected. The wave of Russophobia has affected all spheres of life. Art and sport — areas where Russia has traditionally excelled — are now under attack. Russian singers, artists and directors find their names crossed out in concert schedules and festival short lists. Even those masters who are already deceased, also became victims of “cancel culture” — Dostoevsky, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, and the list grows each day.
People engaged in the arts are not only getting canceled and let go — they are being threatened. Secretary General of “Friends of Great Russian” Association Yulia Bazarova received a threatening letter. 'Close your office immediately. Our group is determined to protect Italians from the danger that Russians pose. Also, tell your employees not to advertise their Russian background.' Yulia Bazarova, a social activist and enthusiast, has lived in Rome for more than 20 years. All this time she ‘s been doing her best to promote Russian culture in Europe and canceling it she perceives as a personal loss. Every year she hosted the Grand Russian Ball in Rome. In 2022, it’s not happening. Yet, she has no intention of leaving, let alone giving up one of her main projects — the international Pushkin Prize.
Who else found themselves “cancelled” and how they deal with it — in our documentary.
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As most services transferred online, scammers did the same. So now thieves don’t have to risk breaking into people’s houses. Instead, they can steal from the comfort of their own homes. In 2021, the damage inflicted by phone fraud in the US was estimated at almost $30 billion.
Usually, scammers call claiming they are bank employees or online-store managers. Sometimes, they offer loans or new services. People may receive a voice message or an e-mail saying, “You are entitled to a Microsoft payment” or “Someone is buying stuff using your Amazon account.” In this case, they force people to give up their crest card information, and once they have it, the victim is doomed. Sometimes scammers go as far as introducing themselves as officials of the Ministry of Internal Affairs or the Prosecutor’s Office, asking for help to solve a case by making a transfer to a third party’s account.
Not everyone is so gullible and ready to take the bait. Some bloggers deliberately get to talking to scammers. They record the conversation, making fun of them, and sometimes, if the prankster is skilled enough, it is the scammer who ends up scammed.
These blogs are top-rated since people like to see frauds getting punished. But such a job is not always safe. The most famous bloggers are eventually recognized by the deceived scammers and are often threatened and hunted.
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Since the beginning of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine, the country has been subjected to thousands of sanctions from Europe and the US. With international banking transactions suspended and supply chains disrupted, Russian businesses had to regroup and look for new ways to keep functioning. Many succeeded in finding new ways to organize their operations; some even saw sanctions as a blessing in disguise since they helped become less dependent on foreign resources and technology.
Some companies had the experience of surviving a crisis. A footwear production company in Dagestan survived 2008 and 2014 and even expanded its operations. So did another company, a dairy in the city of Vladimir owned by a British farmer John Kapiski. In 2014, when many foreign dairy exports were banned, they managed to open a cheese-making facility and produce 40 types of cheese, butter and yoghurt. They admit now they rely heavily on foreign medications and parts but see this as a challenge and are going to find a way. A Moscow-based furniture producer has suffered a decline in publicity after social media was closed, but can't deny furniture giants leaving the Russian market are an advantage. Now the team is trying to revise its product range, add new items or redesign existing ones to cut costs.
The overall sentiment was best expressed by Murad Dzhalaev, a shoe factory owner from Dagestan, “ We are currently in good spirits and ready to work. We’re not afraid of any crisis because we’ve been through them before. So I think we’ll power through.”
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The Convent of the Iveron Icon of the Mother of God in Donetsk got hit during the battle for the Donetsk airport. Hegumene of the Convent and her aide found themselves caught up in the hostilities. As the Convent was practically on the front line, the women were eyewitnesses to the attack on Donetsk Airport. They endured fires and shellings, and yet, they say it was the best time for them. Why?
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From February 2022, Mariupol residents had to hide in basements with no water, food or medicine, as Ukrainian forces failed to plan the mass evacuation of civilians. They are stationed in populated areas and use civilians as human shields. The tactic was not intended to win the battle but to extend the operation. The large civilian presence prevented Russian troops from making an active response. While retreating, Ukrainian soldiers fired on civilian buildings to pin the blame on Russian forces.
Russian troops took control of Mariupol in early May 2022. The remaining Ukrainian forces still hold the ‘Azovstal’ plant. Today active combat in the city has ceased. In the film, viewers get to see actual footage of city combat, devastated streets and the real stories of civilians.
Today, the people of Mariupol can say they have survived hell. But at what cost?
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Chechen divisions have been on the Ukraine frontlines since the start of the special operation. Daniil Martynov, one of their commanders, shares his combat experience and reveals tactics employed by the Ukrainian nationalists - unlimited dope, NATO equipment and dirty fighting methods. In Martynov’s candid interview, an eyewitness account about what is going on in Ukraine.
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‘We are children of war. We are tired of it. We know what it is; we’ve been through it,’ says Ramzan Dzhakuev, Deputy Chairman of the Chechen Council of Veterans. The difficult past of the Chechens determined their present as one of the most motivating parts of the Russian army. According to Akhmed Dudaev, Chechen Republic Minister for National Policy, Chechens lost 300,000 people during the First and Second Chechen wars. He claims the collective West tried to use the Chechen Republic as a weapon to destroy the Russian Federation. Today Chechen soldiers call themselves Akhmat Special forces and are ready to complete every task to prevent this scenario in Ukraine.
Chechen soldiers have vast experience in fighting against terrorists and extremists from all around the world. It is not only the combat they went through but also special military training at the Russian Special Forces University. From the start of the special operation in Ukraine, Chechen units took part in all significant battles. They consider the involvement in the liberation of the Ukrainian people from neo-Nazism an honor. “You should face death heroically. When seeing my son off, my parting words to him were, ‘You must go in front of your comrades, not behind them,’ so he would protect his guys, but be in the front line himself,” says Ibragim Musaev, father of a Russian National Guard member, who enlisted in the special operation.
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International soldiers of the Donbass militia volunteered to fight Ukrainian neo-Nazism. They’re from Mexico, Columbia, the USA, Serbia, and all over the globe. Locals treat them as heroes. Europe and the USA consider them criminals and mercenaries. If they return home, decades of prison could await them. But they don’t regret it – Donbass has become their home.
‘If I return to Italy, they will immediately arrest me. I won’t even be allowed to come home. I will be arrested and tried as a mercenary who came here for money. But it’s not about the money; it’s about the ideas of my ideas,’ says codename Spartacus, an Italian volunteer for the Donbass militia. He arrived in Donbass in 2014, barely speaking Russian. Codename Spartacus spent years on the frontline protecting Donbass people from Ukrainian nationalist troops. Today he and his comrades became part of the special operation.
Unlike international military instructors and mercenaries in the Ukrainian army, foreign volunteers of the Donbass militia have strong motivation. They confront neo-Nazism as their ancestors did. What they do and how they feel about what they see – in our Foreign Fighters of Donbass documentary.
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At the beginning of 2022, Ukraine amassed 150,000 soldiers on the borders of Donbass. They were getting ready for a final assault to take over the Donbass region. Their confidence was backed up by the NATO and the US military equipment and training and assurances of the USA intelligence that they control all Russian plans. That, combined with previous statements of Ukrainian authorities about intentions to enter NATO and develop weapons of mass destruction, was crossing the red line for the Russian Federation. On February 24 2022, President Vladimir Putin declared the start of the special operation in Ukraine.
Russia doesn’t see the Ukrainian people as enemies. “The emphasis is placed on saving the lives of civilians, of the soldiers, our opponents. The goal is to create the [Ukrainian] military conditions that will force them to surrender,” says Andrey Sushentsov, Dean, MGIMO school of international relations. The main goals of the special operation were to protect the Donbass people and secure Russian borders from the aggressive Kiev regime, which made tight bonds with NATO and the USA.
All you should know about the special operation in Ukraine in Operation Liberation
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The Dark Net was created for anonymity, and criminals took immediate advantage. In 2017, the Russian Anonymous MarketPlace, a shady drug-dealing site, had 14,000 active users. It was shut down and eventually replaced by something more advanced — a system of automated shops. It required no personal communication with a dealer or a courier and was used by millions. They only needed access to the Deep Web. For now, police can’t curtail these trade platforms and their distribution network.
The problem is not just anonymity; it’s also the product itself. ’Classic’ drugs lost out to ‘bath salts’ in Russia, a cheap synthetic dope. It costs $10-15, so it is affordable even for high school students. Teenagers are also pulled into criminal schemes as drop men — individuals who stash drugs for addicts all over the city.
Volunteers help authorities fight against the Dark Net dope market. Andrey Masalovich, a cybersecurity expert, created an interactive map which displays drug deals in Moscow in real-time. He mined data from popular Dark Net markets. Volunteers organize system resistance for Deep Web drug distribution on the streets.
According to Andrey Masalovich, “the problem of drug dealing in the country can’t be solved. We can cut it to a level that won’t hinder our future. Like now”. But, will it ever be possible?
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Are we living in a virtual reality? Is the universe emerging from an information processing system? And if so, could we ever tell? Is it possible to 'hack' the system and change reality? Take a look at the evidence and decide for yourself! Contributions to THE SIMULATION HYPOTHESIS are made by leading researchers from physics, cosmology, mathematics and information sciences. Appearances by Max Tegmark, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Paul Davies, James Gates and many more.
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From Boris Malagurski
The Weight of Chains is a Canadian documentary film that takes a critical look at the role that the,
NATO and the EU played in the tragic breakup of a once peaceful and prosperous European state
Yugoslavia. The film, bursting with rare stock footage never before seen by Western audiences, is a
creative firsthand look at why the West intervened in the Yugoslav conflict, with an impressive roster
of interviews with academics,
diplomats, media personalities and ordinary citizens of the former Yugoslav republics.
Visit the Official Site Here!
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There is also 2 other Documentaries by Boris Malagurski that are very good as well.. You can buy or rent
them from his site.
Renegade Inc. brings you, "Four Horsemen", Documentary.
An award winning independent feature documentary which lifts the lid on how the world really works.
As we will never return to 'business as usual' 23 international thinkers, government advisors and Wall
Street money-men break their silence and explain how to establish a moral and just society.
FOUR HORSEMEN is free from mainstream media propaganda -- the film doesn't bash bankers, criticize
politicians or get involved in conspiracy theories. It ignites the debate about how to usher a new
economic paradigm into the world which would dramatically improve the quality of life for billions.
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Watch neuroscientist and author, David Eagleman, in conversation with Sadhguru as they discuss a variety of subjects, ranging from different parts of the mind, the concept of time, quantum mechanics, religion, and meditation. The conversation is laced with humor and incisive logic, and moves towards an interesting climax where David Eagleman acknowledges that science and mysticism meet at a certain point.
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What if the very fabric of space and time isn't made of one-dimensional strings or energy as we think of it, but instead was simply a code or a language made from a geometric projection?
Quantum Gravity Research is a Los Angeles based team of mathematicians and physicists working on developing a theoretical framework for a first-principles unified quantum gravity theory they call emergence theory. Still in the early stage of development, emergence theory attempts to unify, through mathematical and scientific rigor, the theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, and consciousness.
This film is presented in layperson terms and explains basics tenets of emergence theory, quantum mechanics and digital physics in ways that are meant to be communicative and fun. However, if you'd like to read any of the scientific and more technical papers, please visit our website.
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This is a very interesting Documentary. I own the 10th Anniversary edition, and they do give some updates that have been found since this first edition.
What is our Purpose? Where do we come from? What is reality? And can we change our destiny?
What the Bleep Do We Know!? takes viewers on a journey to unlock the secrets of life. Follow Amanda (Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin), a divorced, middle-aged woman who who is thrust into a world where science and spirituality converge. As her entire concept of reality is challenged, your will be too. See for yourself why this groundbreaking movie became one of the most compelling and talked about films of the last decade.
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Some really good documentaries from James Corbett of The Corbett Report.
A MUST SEE set of documentaries about the rise of Microsoft Founder Bill Gates, and how he has went from
Software to Health Care.
All sources and transcripts can be found on the Corbett Report website Here...
Sources and Transcripts!
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Just a quick note: I found that at times the sound is muted on lbry.tv when you start the video, and you
might need to un-mute it..
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The World War 1 Conspiracy set of Documentaries contain some very interesting facts and Information.
"And just like that, it was over. Four years of the bloodiest carnage the world had ever seen came to a stop as sudden and bewildering as its start.
And the world vowed “Never again.” Each year, we lay the wreath. We hear “The Last Post.” We mouth the words “never again” like an incantation. But what does it mean? To answer this question, we have to understand what WWI was."
All sources and Transcripts can be found Here.. WWI Sources and Transcripts!
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A two part documentary. The "How" and "Why" Big Oil got so big, and Conquered The World. It's an
interesting History, and something everyone should know and understand about the players.
"Oil. From farm to pharmaceutical, diesel truck to dinner plate, pipeline to plastic product, it is
impossible to think of an area of our modern-day lives that is not affected by the petrochemical
industry. The story of oil is the story of the modern world. Parts of that story are well-known:
Rockefeller and Standard Oil; the internal combustion engine and the transformation of global transport;
the House of Saud and the oil wars in the Middle East. Other parts are more obscure: the quest for oil
and the outbreak of World War I; the petrochemical interests behind modern medicine; the Big Oil money
behind the “Green Revolution” and the “Gene Revolution.”
The Transcripts can be found Here.. Big Oil Transcripts..
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Filmmaker and author, Elisabeth Thieriot, embarks on an epic journey of discovery to dispel the myths about "the December 21st 2012 end of the world" conspiracy theories surrounding Aztec and Mayan Calendars.
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The History of Religion on Earth series is an extensive treatment that delves into the ancient origins of religion, the constructs of primitive ritual, the institutionalized timelines, and the corruptions within those timelines that have led up to our current religious paradigm. We aim to analyze the current academic consensus but more importantly we want to introduce additional hypotheses that are disallowed by the mainstream.
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Primarily through the works of Zecharia Sitchin and other scholars researching the ancient Sumerian, Babylonian and Akkadian texts, a connection has been posited between the pantheons of Sumerian gods and Egyptian gods. To those who have gained wisdom in this knowledge, we know it is more than a connection. One of the primary tenets of the Ancient Astronaut Hypothesis is that the Sumerian gods were real beings and not just part of a mythological construct of the earliest known civilization. As such, to find these gods’ equivalencies in other cultures and civilizations is of paramount importance. Such is the case with Thoth.
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There are thousands of ancient sites that consist or precision built buildings, but when examining closely there are fine cuts, angles, bore holes and the smallest of drill holes in rock so hard, it should have been impossible to do. Mysteries such as precision cut blocks of stone, strange huge stone spheres scattered all around the globe, the incredible ancient Chinese constructions, why obelisks are considered so special and even the heating of rock with unimaginable temperatures, and many researchers now agree, machinery must have been used. Why is it so hard to get answers and where is the knowledge gained by scholars going?
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U.S. Government Documents reveal shocking UFO incidents at American nuclear missile sites. Documents smuggled out of Russia expose similar incidents at Soviet missile sites. Military veterans from both countries are now confirming these ominous events.
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