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Is there an End to Western Civilization?

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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

The 'Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse' is a clever documentary, directed by Ross Ashcroft, criticizes the system of fractional reserve banking, debt-based economy, war on terror, and political lobbying by banks, which it regards as a serious threat to Western civilization. The title refers to 'The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse', which are described in the last book of the New Testament of the Bible as forbodes for the end of civilization. We have conveniently segmented the film's main chapters - empires, banking,  terrorism, and resources - that each describes the four horsemen in modern society. 


Rosie the Riveter they were called, an icon of WWII, representing the women who worked in factories and shipyards during World War II, many of whom produced munitions, airplanes, and war supplies. These women often took entirely new jobs replacing the male workers who joined the military. Rosie the Riveter, laid a solid foundation for American feminism and women's economic advantage in the Western World.  One of the warplanes produced in large numbers by Rosie the Riveter was the Dakota, vital to the success of many allied campaigns. The above scene is taken from the Documentary 'Broken Dreams', which portrays the history of the Dakota as a warplane and its later civil use.   

How World War II

Empowered Women


The Hardest Questions Answered by Children

Why do we live? Why do people die? What is love? Is there an end to the universe? These are among the hardest questions that parents struggle to answer for their children. But let's turn it around! Learn and be amazed by the answers given by kids from around the world.

The above scene is from the Documentary CHILDREN ONLINE by Czech director Katerina Hager. CHILDREN ONLINE tells the stories from three children whose lives are deeply enmeshed with the thrilling but risk-prone world of the Internet. The documentary covers the subjects of vlogging, gaming and cyber grooming


What are the main Internet Hazards for Children

Why do  Humans Keep Fighting Wars?

''If war were hell, and only hell, and there were no other colors on the palette, then I don't think people would continue to make war'' This quote from Michael Herr, former war correspondent and writer of dispatches is the start of our WebDoc about Why People Fight 

Michael Herr

was an American writer and war correspondent in Vietnam for Esquire Magazine, known as the author of 'Dispatches'. Herr contributed to the narration for Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now (1979). He co-wrote the screenplay for the film Full Metal Jacket (1987) with director Stanley Kubrick and author Gustav Hasford


Is Capital Punishment a Hallmark of Civilization?

The Grinning Killer

In the extraordinary documentary Procedure 769, witnesses to an execution we experience the execution of Robert Alton Harris, the grinning killer, through the eyes of the witnesses.  On April 21, 1992, just before 6 am, Robert Harris stepped into a bright green light. He could only see the audience through the thick glass: his brother, a few friends, and also relatives of his victims. All witnesses had a good reason to watch. For one it was a democratic duty, another wanted to see justice served, some wanted to help the condemned in the last moments of his life.
They all looked at the same: a suffocating man. Yet each had a different experience. Watch Procedure 769, to have your own experience.

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