Cyber Bully – Documentary

Cyber Bully describes the toxic, devastating and sometimes deadly effects of cyberbullying, and what we as a society can do to address it.

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Told through the stories of bullying victims, and the bullies themselves, Cyber Bully pulls straight from the headlines to describe the toxic, devastating and sometimes deadly effects of cyberbullying, and what we as a society can do to address it. Intercut with narratives that describe close encounters with cyberbullying (in heart wrenching detail) are interviews with numerous experts who aim to enlighten parents and viewers to the subculture of antagonism and abuse that exists online today, namely in social media, which has made victims much more accessible to their tormentors. This is gripping, heart-breaking stuff.
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Land of Hope and Glory (UK 'Earthlings' Documentary)

Watch in HD. The hidden truth behind UK animal farming – featuring approximately 100 facilities across the UK and never before seen undercover footage.

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THE BATTLE OF THE LAST PANZER | The Last Panzer Battalion | Full Length War Movie | English | HD

A group of German Tank Crew fight to survive in france while a french woman falls in love with the German lieutenant.
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Eminem: Behind the Lyrics (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

Rapper, record producer and songwriter Marshall Bruce Mathers III, commonly known as Eminem was born in 1972 in Kansas City, USA. Having sold over 100 million albums worldwide, he is regarded as one of the best selling artists in the world and has been previously ranked as the best selling artist of the 2000’s. Eminem burst on to the US charts in 1999 with a controversial take on the hip hop subgenre, horrorcore. His first major label debut album Slim Shady EP contains a provocative fest of violent, twisted lyrics and is claimed to be written from the perspective of his alter ego Slim Shady. While offending an array of individuals and various other artists named in his album lead him to become one of the biggest starts on the planet. Eminem isn’t just about controversy and shock value. The often misunderstood major talent has given white rappers credibility with his string of Grammy nominations , his critically acclaimed film 8 mile and three multiplatinum studio albums. Aside from Eminem’s musical success, he has continually hit headlines with his turbulent relationship with Kimberley Ann Scott and ongoing legal disputes with his own mother. With an eighth studio album on its way, Eminem continues to take the world by storm. We take an intimate look into the colourful life and career of this bad boy rapper including interviews with industry experts and unseen footage and clips from his most popular hits.

Rihanna: No Regrets (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

She has been referred to as one of the most powerful celebrities of our time and has been characterized as one of the most influential people in the world. We are taken on a journey from her humble beginning from St. Michael in Barbados to her becoming the world-class pop icon she is today. Rihanna is the first female artist from Barbados to have won a Grammy Award. She has received dozens of awards, produced songs with Ne-Yo, Stargate, and Timaland, and released six albums, with her seventh “ Unapologetic” due to be released on November 19, 2012. This film takes a look at the life of the singer from the view of the fans, industry experts, and the singer herself as she talks about the heartaches and celebration of being one of the most talked about individuals in the music industry today. We also take a look into her love hate relationship with singer Chris Brown and how this lead to a positive change in her music, while the abuse she experienced lead to a change that would stay with her forever. Including rare archive footage and music videos from a selection of her greatest hits including Pon de Replay, Umbrella, Rude Boy, We Found Love and more, this a must see for any Rihanna fan!

Freemasonry: Tracking the Code (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

Mention Freemasonry, the world over, and images of secret handshakes, ancient rituals and mysterious ceremonies will spring to most people’s minds. Left to the vivid imagination, fuelled by modern literary best- sellers like Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code”, we all now look for hidden meanings in the documents of history, and Freemasonry with its fascinating symbolic imagery is a natural choice for the inquiring mind.

There was a time, and not so long ago, when it was almost impossible to find out anything about the Freemasons, unless of course you became one, but with advancing technology it’s possible to now successfully investigate the past of this elusive secret society. If unravelling a good mystery appeals, this program, literally follows the progress of Freemasonry from its earliest beginnings right up to the present day, will definitely be for you!

So, let the journey commence in a place and time when the stonemasons of the great Cathedrals of Europe held all the secrets. Discover how the mysteries of the Great Temple of Solomon from the Bible influenced growing interest in Freemasonry and then join the Founding Fathers of America to see the craft of the Mason evolve in a New World for a New Age. You’ll even get to enter the Inner Temple of one of the most magnificent Masonic Lodges in the world, and although you may not uncover every secret of the Freemasons, you can guarantee you’ll end up knowing a great deal more than when you started “Tracking the Code”.


100 celebrities narrate this enlightening documentary that re-examines the interconnectedness of all life on Earth, ponders our place in the universe, while taking viewers on an epic journey through the history of civilization and beyond. In this compassionate and inspiring film, your heart and mind are taken on a rollercoaster ride that is inspiring, horrifying and enlightening all at once, the perfect balance between light and shadow. UNITY is a powerful and unique film about being kind to each other, to ourselves and to all the beings on this beautiful planet.

[Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Laughter] think of now what the universe is space and outerspace a coagulation that becomes a nebula and out of the nebula millions of galaxies and out of this constellation of galaxies comes forth our home galaxy the Milky Way a group of some 400 billion stars orbiting a galactic center and authors 400 billion stars the one orbiting star that is closest to us is the Sun and planets orbit around it and among those planets is our which like the Sun and all the galaxies also came out of that nebula and our particular planet was not too far from this Sun and not too close not too hard or too cold so then out of this earth of ours have come for nur and flora and bacteria and fish and lions and lamps and if this girl have come as the eyes in the years and a consciousness and the breathing of the earth itself as its children and since the earth came out of space is it any wonder that the laws of space live in as when Galileo recognized that the law of ballistics on this earth operates on other planets he began something that came to fulfillment in fruition in our moon walks because when the astronauts were asked after going around the moon who navigated they answered Newton how is it that we can ascertain something here with absolute certainty something that pertains over there the laws of time and space were precisely known to man as are the laws within our own heads they are already in us because we all come from the same galaxy the same nebula the same universe okay so we reached the point why do we see opposites and one another why is there any division whatsoever we all exist in the same atmosphere why event to receptor a and distinguished [Applause] in Maine we are earthly for we are human animal three not the same but equal just consider the root of the word universe uni equals one as in Unite union unanimous and verse equals turn or change as in reverse or versatile therefore the word universe quite literally means Oh turn as Carl Sagan and Andrew Ian wrote the creatures with which we are concerned namely us were not so long ago noisy quarrelsome clever tool-using with prolonged childhoods and tender regard for their young one thing led to another and in a twinkling their descendants had multiplied all over the planet killed off all their rivals devised the world transforming technologies imposed a mortal danger to themselves and to many other beings with whom they share their small it is a common trait we primitive organisms seem to share a weakness for territoriality which not only prevents man's understanding of their fellow Earthlings their fellow beings but of the cosmos which we are only a fraction of a part it's easy to think of us as isolated from the cosmos a self-sufficient world minding its own business but all cannot be understood if we imagine the earth hermetically sealed from the rest of the universe with only a little sunlight trickling in from the outside out there and down here are not separate compartments the sky and the earth are one each of us is a tiny being permitted to ride on the out on the skin of one of the small planets in this solar system and only for a few dozen trips around our local star which means we each inhabit of frightening the shadows of environmental clemency however because we are such primitive organisms always striving against each other for power and supremacy we conquer in order to maintain a few more inches on which to stand triumphant but in a universe beyond measure due to this territoriality we also streamline the destinies of weak Earthlings into extinction or ruin and then have the audacity to claim their chosen patch on the surface of the sphere as our own if only for a brief period of time the longest-lived organisms on earth endure for about a millionth of the age of our planet we blood we are fleeting transitional characters and our tiny fragile world is lost in a cosmic ocean vastly beyond our most courageous imaginings so despite all our posturing or our imagined self-importance self-congratulatory chauvinism clearly we as human beings have not been given the lead in this rather epic cosmic drama perhaps someone else has perhaps no one else has in either case we have a good reason for Humanity if we were randomly inserted into the cosmos the chance that we would find ourselves on or near a planet would be less than one in a billion trillion trillion that's a one followed by 33 zeroes in everyday life such odds are called compelling worlds of precious can we be trusted with our own future are we capable if need be a fundamental change are we wise enough to know what changes to make can we alter our character can we improve our societies and find another way to be alive or are we too entrenched in traditions for it is here and only here on this little patch of raw Mother Earth that we are in some pain and with no guarantees working out our destiny the whole universe is a manifestation of energy which we now know from our Adam we are such energy we are made up of atoms and the atom emerges as a complete replica of the energy structure in all forms of life cosmic planetary human minimum vegetable and that's such all living things are not just a chemical reaction but an energetic charge a collie sense of energy in a field of energy connected to every other thing in the world this is the totality of our human experience of being incarnate of life in the cosmos mind body heart and soul but because human beings are so preoccupied by an externalization of life by appearances by the material and the individual a sort of blindness perpetuates we are obscured by possession possession of the moment possession of the material and of the ego even though as Dante said what a mockery is made of this brief battle for possessions that makes her so short a life and the disagreements that arise only lead to our breakup and ultimately the rupture of humanity conclusion suffering so it is precisely because we are so preoccupied by this external ization it me shall begin from the outside and work our way in we are living in an age nietzsche called a period of comparisons they used to be horizons that kept people apart vast distances the technology has overcome all that so today we live in an age of comparisons the distances in a physical world have been replaced by distances in the mind the world is a projection of the ego and what we see as human tragedy is the effect of all those egos the consequences of which we experience collectively as society the great Hindu sage Sri Ramana called our persona the apparent act this persona is essentially the mask or appearance one projects to the world basically it's the ego whose function is to separate to divide into classes to create duality for the ego idea is to be a sole ideal it's all about me how can I win how can I dominate how can i impress how can I be the best but at the expense of what this is why everything we see is the result of our thoughts you think you think them and so you think you see them you know well then is the course of the outer world therefore in order to surrender lady come in find which way peace of mind we have to have neutral box [Applause] there are times when this world appears on the brink of degenerating into massacre somehow the population has adopted a great apathy we see an increased apathy towards suffering human and animal alike by definition apathy reflects a lack of interest in things one does not consider important but where did this apathy come free it's as if society is growing numb oblivious to any quality blinded by ego by gain and yet the gain of what the gain of objects the gain of lines on a map human beings are so selfish they will kill others for money of course for any kind of day that's a pretty common to value money over life in fact the ego often prizes this species we call money over humanity over all expressions of life how can we answer to our conscience time is so temporary so independent nothing material interiors because only a few years of existence separate birth from death so this is a reality that won't last therefore there's no such thing as fame and fortune and power over others selling out integrity for power over others is an error you're sacrificing it all for an illusion clearly there's within the human which is almost reptilian those who wanting Li kill others for the fun of killing that hasn't been eliminated and still expresses itself quite strongly in some people so it miss humankind in this state as pieces unto themselves is heartbreaking it's heartbreaking because their hearts are broken all strangers to the truth and yet ironically all strangers of the same blood human if humans in the physical sense are all strangers of the same blood then on the purely molecular level how tragically senseless or absurd and futile as war the war of being against being the idea of countries or superpowers willing to wipe out all human life at one point or another in history because of political differences and they do it all over the planet century after century each one the jealous rival of the next mankind has been at war for 95% of recorded history how many times do we have to die in war before we realize how absurd it is the sheer irony our political leaders on both sides were seriously prepared to incinerate millions of people which have some misguided sense of national interest when they were planning the mega bomb the idea was if they lost the war they would destroy all of human life actually mega is a fitting term because that's what we also call megalomania that's the sadistic nature of the super-ego power and money and control one succumbs to the glamour of all we're one of the great Sadducees is glam the glamour of success the glamour of prestige megalomaniacs have no common sense they do a maniacs don't care if their entire country gets wiped out that's the degree of insanity megalomania you might say is the extreme opposite of what divinity would be they almost hate humans heed humanity why hadn't we put our trust in such leaders such dictators the Wars being waged now will seem as meaningless to people a hundred years from now as the theological complex of the Middle Ages appear to us today but when will human beings grasp this concept what generation will come forth and mark the turning point of all civilizations by eliminating war from this planet this very notion of war must end if we are to evolve any closer to enlightenment awareness consciousness and unity for this reason Wars once and for all must become a thing of the past and only that for even their how they pockmark human history therefore our desires should be to never experience war again 19th century civilians couldn't possibly fathom the wars to come in the 20th century where in millions would die a very high price to pay but for us now in the 21st century we can only look back sombrely and acknowledge it has already been paid oh if only we could go back in time and somehow warn our 19th century ancestors of the wars ahead a terrible war to come which wars vegas against whom when speaking of human history we recount the rise and fall of Nations and ideas or as historians will and Ariel Durant surmised we tell sad stories of the death of kings is it possible that after all human history has no sense but it teaches us nothing and that the immense past was only the weary rehearsal of the mistakes that the future is destined to make on a larger stage in scale it's almost as if in our struggles for power you're actually confronted by the threat of peace why can't we seem to share power peacefully and get back to the basic things that matter sadly too often the only thing we do share is our distrust of one another during the mutiny on the bounty Fletcher Christian hoped to avert disaster beseeching his crew by saying we have only to persuade society of something they already know that inhumanity is its poorest servant what else is there to be served by war this wind of destruction her soldier and civilian alike the sight of war its bloodshed death and destruction is a shock from which we recover only slowly a federal war is not neutral and does not permit us to remain neutral whomever sees war quakes mysteriously shaken to the core war has been part of civilization for so long it's like a creature with some dark origin we cannot fathom it is as though the framework of war itself sees and here's the mechanism understands as its own will in the hideous nightmare it projects across the soul the awful apparition of war fuses with its terrible world war is the accomplice of the executioner it devours its flesh and drinks blood war is a sort of monster created by judges politicians generals and civilians a specter that seems to live with an unspeakable biology drawn from all the death it has rocked over the centuries those were Victor Hugo's words paraphrased when writing of the battle at Waterloo but they seem applicable to any war and also betray irrelevance years ahead of their time high with all our technology and wisdom are our religions our 12-step programs and self-help books why are we still such savages irena all earthlings each and every one of us energy bodies and as for the human race all connected by the same human blood and therefore all kin there is a level of consciousness which we all share in so much as we all share a human body and with the dogs and cats and mammals and vertebrae because we all share in Hanuma body [Applause] by then we will share the same impulses than animals to speak to reconnection the regression and winning through for they are also clinging to life beginning building nests sometimes life is monstrous and there's often a sense of horror what is it the light it does it has to kill any other life an eternal treadmill of living by killing the whole world is involved in slaughter in bloodshed and we have all been part of a vast interlocking murdering machine and the slain were left to rot and give their blood here in the mustard a son as Henry Miller stated it only indicates our persistence in the primitiveness of self-interest so what can we hope from this canon of life this killing of kin men still tear one another to pieces humanity against humanity for the sake of humanity what logic is there in this living by killing how can we care for power pleasure our own lives even when all these others kinsmen civilians unions and birthdays must perish how can we dare spill the blood that unites us the destruction of war impacts all life human animal train war is the ultimate collapse of unity for in our efforts to defend the rights of some we assault the rights of others this has been the formula throughout the history of man the arc of human history is long lamented dr. King but it bends towards justice indeed to look back the history of human rights is a long unbroken line here the most frightful vengeful massacres have been perpetrated again and again throughout the endless bloody past of man at first there were no rights human or otherwise if you were in with the right crowd he was safe but if you weren't then you weren't until a man named Cyrus the Great decided to change all that after conquering babylon he did something completely revolutionary he announced that all slaves were free to go he also said people had the freedom to choose their religion no matter what crowd they were a part of they documented these words on a clay tablet known as the Cyrus cylinder and that was the birth of human rights the idea spread quickly to Greece to India and eventually to Rome they noticed that people naturally follow certain laws even if they weren't told to they called this natural law but it kept getting trampled by those in power not until a thousand years later in England did a king agree that no one can over all the rights of the people but even the king people's rights were finally recognized and they were now safe from those in power almost still required a group of British rebels declaring their independence before the king realized that all men are created equal this isn't to say he liked the idea but he couldn't stop them thus America was born the fruit immediately fought with their own revolution for their own rights their list was even longer and they insisted that these rights weren't just made up they were natural the Roman concept of natural law had become natural rights unfortunately not everyone agreed in France a general named Napoleon decided to overthrow the new French democracy and crowned himself Emperor he almost succeeded but the countries of Europe joined forces and defeated him human rights were again recognized and they drew up international agreements broadly granting many rights across Europe but only across Europe somehow the rest of the world still didn't qualify instead they were invaded conquered and consumed by Europe's massive empires until like Cyrus the Great a young man from India decided to change all that – his name was Mahatma Gandhi and in the face of violence he insisted that all people of Earth had rights not just a mirror eventually even Europeans started to agree but this was not easy team World Wars or object Hitler exterminated half the Jewish population of Earth in horrifying Nazi death camps all told London new people died never had human rights being so terrifyingly close to extinction and never had the world been more desperate for change accordingly the countries of earth banded together and formed the United Nations their basic purpose was to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights in the dignity and worth of the human person but what were these human rights were they the proclamations of Cyrus the natural laws of Rome the declarations of France everyone seemed to have a slightly different idea of what human rights should be however under the supervision of Eleanor Roosevelt they finally agreed on a set of Rights that applied to absolutely everyone the Universal Declaration of Human Rights the French concept of natural rights had finally become human rights first only the fortunate ones had any rights until one person decided that other people should have rights as well except not everyone agreed and it took a few thousand years of fighting and declarations and war fighting until everyone who finally concluded that human rights should apply to all and one would think they all lived happily ever after except for one problem if people have the right to food and shelter why are 16,000 children dying of starvation every day one every five seconds if people have freedom of speech why are thousands in prison for speaking their minds the people have the right to education why are over a billion adults unable to read if slavery has truly been abolished why are 27 million people still enslaved today the fact is when it was signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights did not have the force of law it was optional and despite many more documents conventions treaties and laws it's still a little more than words on a page so the question is who will make those words a reality when dr. King marched for racial equality he was marching for rights that had been guaranteed by the United Nations for almost two decades but still he marched when Nelson Mandela stood up for social justice in the 1990s his country had already agreed to abolish such discrimination for nearly 40 years but still he fought those who fight today Against Torture poverty and discrimination are not Giants or superheroes they're people kids mothers fathers and teachers they have free-thinking individuals who refused to be silent who realized that human rights are not a history lesson they're not words on a page as Eleanor Roosevelt said we're after all do universal human rights begin in small places close to home throughout human history whenever there's a growing concern about rights natural rights women's rights civil equal animal environmental the right to life the right to choose and so on it's because of a growing concern about oppression and Dominion adieu to the pridefulness viga which wants to be better than another but all that exists loves its life and just wants to be when you look in the eyes of another being you can see that it loves its life that it is that it knows that others are you can see that it loves its life to the same degree that you love yours so we may think of ourselves as Eagles on this planet but actually we are all just a part of this Universal process this Christmas of which we are all good morsels the earth is an energy system every drop has microscopic life in it except we who live on earth present and not provide with our own inner source of energy so we are energy dependent and have to constantly acquire each of us has built in a mysterious way a human body out of a couple of little cells in our mother's womb but this is not something we do consciously and these bodies have complex organs specifically directed towards certain aims and intentions yet none of these are designed by our reason our ego or our consciousness furthermore none of these organs even ask consciousness but they are functioning for a paint job of consciousness rather to discover what this body is all about consciousness as we know it typically comes much later in life and as other notions of how things ought to be what virtue is and so forth that is the meaning of being incarnate consciousness embodied in flesh so then how should we nourish these bodies encircling our consciousness well for starters we know that we are what we eat when it comes to nutrition we now know that everything you eat and drink has an effect on your mind and body to state the startling fact right off it is almost an accepted consequence of modern life that we will succumb to some type of degenerative illness sooner than we would expect that's the Karma of protoplasm everyone wants to have more energy of course but one particular function of the human body demands a great deal of energy and that is the digestion of food as Harvey Dimon outlines we need to understand the effect food has on the length and quality of one's life and inform people how to eliminate the cause of their health problems rather than constantly battle the effects of violating these natural laws that govern our bodies simply put any food the body can't use becomes toxic and becomes waste isn't it interesting that we eat in such a way as to not cleanse but pollute our bodies we actually in such a way as to clog them that's why there are so many heart bypass operations per year because people's arteries are so claw just consider all the moons have you ever seen a fat tiger or Impala in the wild have you ever seen animals in nature that have lost their teeth and used false teeth to eat will have hearing aids to hear all have glasses so they can see we're wearing toupees because they went bold or have pacemakers to make their hot spot or dialysis machines for their kidneys have you ever heard of a million animals in a year dying of heart disease or cancer or strokes or diabetes animals in nature are magnificently healthy in comparison to the health that we humans experience the bodies are not clocked and they're not overweight that is why they experience the state of physical health much superior ours since meat is generally thought to be the most ideal source of protein think of some of the strongest animals on the planet elephants oxen horses mules camels water buffalo and what do they beef you matter grass and fruit all nutritive material is formed in the plant kingdom that is why all the animals of strength particularly those whose strength we harness have all the protein they need and as such it's far more important for us to think in terms of how much fruit or vegetables you're going to eat during the day than how much protein but here's the real truth because we eat animals they end up killing us after we've killed them in essence the human loses he lose this when he wins he dies when he kills the heart is at the center of it all there for heart disease points to what food as the culprit food that cannot be eliminated so on one hand we have food industries and even government's claiming the benefits of eating meat and on the other we have our common sense finding that point of view very hard to swallow literally one could even argue as humans do all they can to actually make me look more like fruit we alter its texture change its shape sweeten it make it smoother rounder we even reintroduce smells of the earth back into the meat by seizing it with herbs all of which come from plants the same could even be said for the processing of dairy products all mammals take milk from their mothers during infancy but then they are weaned and spend the remainder of their lives sustained where other foods nature dictates that we are to be weaned at an early age humans however are the only species on earth who continue drinking milk after infancy and much stranger still is that we don't drink our own milk but rather the milk of another species we much prefer drinking cow's milk even though it's intended for baby cows like humans cows only produce milk when they have babies but to us the babies are byproducts millions and millions of them each year and we don't want all those babies so we take their mother's milk for ourselves and all the baby calves are killed if not used to make more milk this is how one affects the other [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] so what does compassion for animals have to do with being conscious or being loving such compassion actually crosses species lines that's because consciousness is when we feel the suffering of every creature in our own hearts that is our relationship to the harmony of being is awakening so this is why the question of consciousness is being raised in how we feed the body Joseph Campbell taught that the primal image of life is all too often this massive consuming monster which would not even be here if it were not consuming life or to put it another way relying on death living or killing if the definition of incarnate is consciousness embodied in flesh then as protoplasm are we not here to evolve beyond the primal functional Leonardo da Vinci stated the time will come when men shall look upon the murder of animals as they now know the murder of men that was 500 years ago henry david thoreau suggested that it is part of the destiny of the human race in its gradual improvement to live off eating animals as surely as the savage tribes have left off eating each other that was 150 years ago Martin Luther King jr. expressed that one day the absurdity of the almost universal belief and the slavery of other animals will be palpable we shall then have discovered our souls and become worthier for sharing this planet and that was less than 50 years ago and so we must reconcile consciousness to this rather monstrous self consuming thing not remain on the primitive level indefinitely this is what we call metamorphosis this is how we evolved beyond the ones primal image of life we're in livin by killing is transformed and to living by loving living by loving may be the ultimate solution to all of humankind's difficulties problems confusion in English Krishnamurthy discloses that most of us want the security of loving and being loved but what is love everybody talks of love every magazine and newspaper and every missionary talks of everlasting love I love my country I love my king I love some work I love that amount I love pleasure I love my wife I love God is love an idea the church has defined it in one way society in other adoring someone sleeping with someone the emotional exchange the companionship is that what we mean by love can love be divided into the sacred and the profane the human and the divine or is there only love is love of the one and not of the many if I say I love you does that exclude the love of anyone else is love personal or impersonal moral or immoral family or non family all these questions indicate don't they that we have ideas Avella ideas about what it should or shouldn't be a pattern or a co-developed by the culture in which we live one might ask why is it that obscenity is always connected to sex instead of to war or even bigotry the government says go and kill for the love of your country religions there's give up sex for the love of God is that love is love desire for most of us it is desire this pleasure the pleasure that is derived through the species this belonging to another being psychologically nourished by another depending on another in all this there must always be anxiety fear jealousy guilt and so long as there is fear there is no love and so it love is not to do with pleasure and desire don't you know now what it really means to love somebody to love without hate without jealousy without anger without wanting to interfere with what he or she is doing or thinking without condemning without comparing where there is love is the comparison when you love someone with your entire mind with all your body with your entire being is there comparison to something else no because there is nothing else when you totally abandon yourself to that love there is not the other its non-dual it's unity really to care misty care as you would fir tree or plant watering it studying its needs the best soil threat looking after it with gentleness and tenderness the world is an educational institution and every preacher in it is trying to learn the lesson now what is the lesson to be learned the lesson to be learned is egolessness to quench eager to cancel the noise of I and mine this is my body these are my photos these are my words this is my country etc my my family my baby my religion all that ugliness it is all inside you in this torn desert world there is no love because pleasure and desire play the greatest roles yet without love your daily life has no meaning and you cannot have love if there is no beauty beauty is not something you see not a beautiful tree a beautiful picture a beautiful building on a beautiful moment there is beauty harmony when your heart and mind know what love is you can see all this happening inside yourself if you watch it you can see in a moment the whole structure and nature of this shoddy little thing called me when you see it with your heart not with your mind when you see it from the very bottom of your heart then you have the key that will end sorry so when you ask what love is you may be too frightened to see the answer that fear is not love dependence is not love jealousy is that love possessiveness and domination barn agua responsibility and duty are not well so pity is not love the agony of not being loved is not so if you can eliminate all these not by forcing them but by washing away as the rain washes the dust of many days from the leaf then perhaps you will come upon this strange flower which man always home this after to find this extraordinary thing the man is not in asleep through sacrifice through worship through relationship through sex through every form of pleasure and pain is only possible when thought comes to understand itself and comes naturally to an end after all the first separation is within our thoughts but is that cart Thole row at the heart of consciousness lies the transcendence of thought the newfound ability of rising above thought of realizing a dimension within ourselves that is infinitely more vast in law then love has no opposite then love has no conflict it means that you are not seeking not wanting not personally there is no Center at all then there is love and that's how you find it Krishnamurthy concluded by saying you know intellectually that the unity of humankind is essential and that love is the only way this is the universal principle love compassion out of many one after all what is the meaning in life if not to elevate her level of consciousness was it only to have a family to list one's accomplishments or seek advancement was there some enterprise we had sought to master was it only being success in the eyes of the world was it all a pursuit of fame killing ourselves for recognition are we only addicted to attention glory pleasure seeking was progress our only obsession consuming things are defining quality more capital more companies it's not that these things are wrong but what is the real meaning of life to be inherent breathing what is the average mortality table of human beings anyway 80 85 years so with all that getting get understanding because the only achievement we take with us when we die is our level of consciousness nothing else what does this vast and mysterious universe of ours have to do with the human struggle our conflicts our wars what does war for that matter have to do with what we consume normally what this consumption have to do with unconditional love and what does love in fact what does any of this really have to do with energy estates of higher consciousness our unity are these not separate issues separates pieces separate compartments are they all interrelated within the fabric of mortal life across the cosmic horizon space is expanding faster than the speed of light and though we come out of space out of the universe our physical lives are fleeting how can this be reason demands a better answer and that answer is given a life on Earth has only one end and purpose to identify our physical bodies with our energy bodies the physical self with the eternal staff that part of us which will never cease to exist it's as if life is a collage of all the things that ever existed and when it's our turn to go into the afterlife all that remains is this question what is the purpose of this existence is it mystery is it meaninglessness and upon reflection of our experience in this life between ego and consciousness what of this have we abandoned and what have we deepened what beyond all these experiences have we come to discover about ourselves about one another and in light of all this what difference has it made the sky is still blue a second to stove a second what changes occurred babies all come into this world with nothing and exude pure joy and their nothingness their totals math it's as if the essence of every creature is eternal joy they have no guile their thoughts are only neutral and similarly in old age we leave this world with nothing but this time hardened cynical or bitter and yet the sky remains blue and a second is still a second so what really changes over a lifetime there are two incontrovertible facets of life that all of us must come to accept sooner or later first the integration of our consciousness to physical existence or in other words birth and second the withdrawing of our consciousness from physical existence that is to say death but even though all our knowledge and experience may be limited to this material existence and only these five senses we can still not believe that what we truly are or all that we are is limited in the same way why do we have this conception of ourselves or something deeper within us that is non-biological immortal even spiritual and if so then this true spiritual nature emphasizes the underlining unity of all forms of life in essence it's the Golden Rule to do unto others define others and the answer is any expressions of life why is it that there's so many people even spiritual people are not convinced that all beings deserve moral consideration he wants to save the whales and the dolphins and the harp seals for instance cows chickens and pigs not so much why is any group of beings left out there can be only one reason perceptions and how does this perception not mirror itself in society these being denied that have empathy for if these beings you don't consider important would have papacy for instead yet this emotion we call compassion is a recognition that you and the other are one not separate such compassion may as well be regarded as scientific evidence that we are indeed spiritual beings on a deeper level beyond these five senses beyond the laws of biology beyond protoplasm and the awakening of that compassion for all expressions of life you might say however that is the second one the first is that me millions of people already striving for peace for equality to be the environment for the trees owpain for the sea for the DOS begins well things are pessimists already waiting see you reduce insulin acting consciously positivity reconnecting themselves with nature for universal responsibility realizing and recognizing that all turn into one into one nation on earth for we only have one earth even though we are consuming the resources equivalent to four Earth's every day so now we must ask ourselves why do we fight for boil water food money man climate the house religion resources ripeness consciousness ensues from Goodwin for the genuine welfare and happiness focus as opposed to viewing the world at large as a game seeking transaction it is to take thousands of years for humankind to develop but millenniums became centuries and centuries are becoming the Kanes this gives us food we are the universe and the nebula the galaxy and the solar system and the planet and the being and the atom one so we can transcend all these positionality x' and that is homo spiritus which we call a being with an advanced with full spiritual awareness this is the evolution of consciousness from the earliest forms of man the cro-magnon the Neanderthal homo erectus and eventually homo sapiens which due to the emergence of a frontal cortex literally translates as man the wise next is the evolution of consciousness from an animal brain to an etheric brain allowing for greater empathy and understanding it's a new branch of human evolution wherein the dragon ego that has kept mass more fearful as separate flows away we begin processing things differently than any of our hominid predecessors finally crossing over that critical line from destruction into construction this is the emergence of Homo spiritus the awakened man the highest levels of consciousness achievable in physical form in short is compassion no duality and so there must be something up divinity but then each be something infinite and energy consciousness so then what are we really questing for beyond territoriality it is the fulfillment of what is potential in ourselves our true selves it is not an ego trip there is nothing you've been doing but just more info and be fulfilled you become a sign you become a signal and it has nothing to do with your persona or the mask that society puts upon him mortal life there is a metamorphosis the transition from the object to the angelic from the wretched to the divine therefore we show kindness and sympathy to all living things and all sentient beings each of us is a vehicle through which consciousness operates and not only are each of us such instruments but even the animals and trees are there is consciousness there there is sensitivity there you can see a plant turn towards the Sun all by itself that is a manifestation of consciousness and so how does one put one's mind into a state of identity with this consciousness we've simply got to evolve beyond any act that involves the destruction of no more War no more racism no more sexism no more speciesism no more opposite intensities what we really need is to gather all the different tribes and cross over into each other's realms and then do away with the tribes all together because when all of our as one there will no longer be a need for tribes no longer a need for organizations organizations for groups and groups create for us and parts are not unity because old causality old theology all science or religion Estela in the dualistic frame of mind if God is indeed infinite then spiritual reality means there is new holy land or promised land no geological favoritism no Bodhi tree or Mecca or Jerusalem or Vatican or thought lake city no group outside of which there is no salvation no special races cultures were chosen people this separation from wholeness is the only lab in this world of ours the universe is there here all around us it is in being it is in process and we in all our disequilibrium are learning to accord with this process to have compassion for all that lives to suffer the sorrow of every creature within our own hearts [Applause] harmonious relationships come from compassion with suffering and understanding of the other being in whatever form they have taken in this life the spectrum of life on this planet is mounted cuteness and so we must evolve beyond separation based on form be on perceiving offices beyond dualities and the primal image of life remember the very definition of universe means all turned into one that is why we call it metamorphosis the child becomes the parent pa corn becomes the my dear the caterpillar becomes the butterfly and the primal human being becomes enlightened so instead of a limited race a universal limitless all we must go beyond these pairs of opposites as we evolved closer and closer to home as spiritus we become attracted to that which has been 9 we increase in sensitivity we think a kind thought for all the world because unity is compassion for all things is the more powerful level of consciousness because one's conscious level is more consistent with every expression humanity is more than a unity it is a complete unit and combined with all conscious life all Earthlings all beings it is a great unit no one involved or one unit can be separated from a common human animal Oh tree not the same [Applause] you you

The History & Art of the Geisha (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

Mention Geisha and a hundred and one images of beautiful young Japanese women, dressed in the traditional Kimono, will immediately spring to mind. However, in western society the history and art of the Geisha is shrouded in mystery and fraught with controversy. Even well researched Hollywood movies on the subject have faced cultural obstacles, and the Geisha code of silence has proved to be equally as inscrutable as these remarkable women themselves. This fascinating exploration of the Geisha will take you on an enlightening journey of discovery into the secret world of Japanese society. Uncover the origins of the Geisha, who in the first instance were all male, and follow their evolution through to the 21st Century. Let the ancient traditions of Japan open your mind to a more elegant and genteel way of life, which values all the Arts, in every form, and the frequently overlooked skills of polite conversation. Step back in time to an age of tradition and culture, normally hidden from public view that has preserved the art of the Geisha for all eternity.

Whitney Houston: We Will Always Love You (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

In this film we pay tribute to one of the worlds most loved and best selling music artists of all time. Whitney Elizabeth Houston first showed the vocal range and star quality at the tender age of 11 where she performed as a soloist in the junior gospel choir, following in the footsteps of her mother Cissy Houston and cousin Dionne Warwick. She was put into the limelight through her modelling career which soon rose her to stardom leading her to what would soon become legendary status in the music world. In this comprehensive biography we talk to artists and industry insiders, revisit some of her most stunning performances and follow her steps to stardom, the height of her diva days mired with peculiar behaviour and drug abuse . News of Whitney Houston’s untimely death shocked fans across the world and will truly be remembered as The Greatest Love of All.

Michael Jackson: Life, Death and Legacy (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

In this film we take an intimate look into life of one of the worlds most successful entertainers of all time, a man dubbed as the King of Pop. Following the recent imprisonment of Jackson’s doctor Conrad Murray for four years for involuntary manslaughter, we are taken on a journey back through the life of Michael Jackson, from his debut on the professional music scene with the Jackson 5 in 1964 to his untimely death in 2009. We capture the highs and lows of the extraordinary life of the man who inspired millions of fans all over the world. It includes contributions from people who worked with Jackson throughout his life as well as from friends, family members and music journalists.


This is the film, which the famous Pussy Riot church scene is taken from. WINTER, GO AWAY! was filmed by the graduates of Marina Razbezhkina and Mikhail Ugarov’s Documentary Filmmaking and Theater School. Ten young directors did not part from their cameras for two months. The result was a chronicle of Russia’s winter protests – a chronicle of those who make the political climate and those who are dissatisfied with the makers. We see people, their faces, their conversations, rallies, victories and defeats ahead of the presidential election. A living camera interacts with living heroes. WINTER, GO AWAY! is funny in places – and yet contains an overall sadness: A unique account of Russia today.


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MURDA CAPITAL documents the harsh reality of a post-Katrina New Orleans. Rapper, entrepreneur and New Orleans native K.Gates sets out into New Orleans most treacherous ghettos to discover the root of a cycle of killing. People from all factions of the city give their take on how murder has affected them directly and indirectly. Stories of a convicted murderer and a mother who lost all four sons to gun violence shivers the soul. Drugs, money, ignorance, ego, and envy make a deadly concoction which equates to the nation’s highest murder rate for more than a decade. See how violence intertwines with the cities rich culture. Obtain access to the part of New Orleans hidden from tourist as K.Gates strives to ‘Save The City’.
Fall in love with characters in the film who are talented in Hip Hop and various arts. Music plays a big part in New Orleans culture and it resonates in gangsters alike. Whether it be rap, jazz, or brass band members no talent can escape the glass ceiling of the ‘Crab Bucket’. You will wonder why opportunities aren’t given as youth die in cold blood without leaving a legacy, This a true story searching for a happy ending. Hear the cries of those ignored and opinions of those on the outside looking in. Millions of dollars are made right under the nose of the impoverished African-Americans who fight for scraps. Gates exposes a systematic oppression that keeps a city thriving on tourism flourishing.

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Mary Queen of Scots: The Red Queen (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

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There are few women in history to have truly stood the test of time but the romance surrounding the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots has ensured that her story lives on to intrigue and fascinate each new generation. However, who this 16th Century lady actually was and what role she played in the history of Great Britain can often be something of a mystery. Both of these questions and many more will be answered through the course of this film, while we take you on a journey of discovery across the majestic landscapes of Scotland, England and France to find the femme fatale behind the legend. The Castles of Scotland are synonymous with this Queen, who was crowned at Sterling when she was just nine months old. Follow in her footsteps to Linlithgow, Edinburgh and Lochleven Castles and see for yourself the Palaces where Mary lived, loved and lost in spectacular style. Piece together the Queen of Scots’ turbulent relationship with her cousin Elizabeth I of England, which ultimately proved to be Mary’s downfall. In different circumstances the two women might well have been friends but when the Queen of England signed Mary’s death warrant the Queen of Scots, dressed in blood red, played out her final act under the executioner’s axe. The story of Mary Queen of Scots is as alive with passion, drama and political intrigue as any 21st Century blockbuster movie, so take the highroad to Scotland and let the adventure begin.


Lakewood, Ohio has two high schools with very different wrestling teams. The public school, Lakewood High, dominated during World War II but hasn’t had a state champion since 1959. This may change with senior Matt Curley. Matt, who is naturally strong and wrestles with an unorthodox style, lives with his single mother in a small apartment and dreams of becoming a champion. Placing in the state as a junior, Matt will do anything to win, including training all week on a diet of just three oranges. Unfortunately, natural talent isn’t enough in wrestling. To be a state champion in Ohio requires dedication, discipline and time. The greatest challenge to being an Ohio champion, however, is right in Matt’s home town: St. Edward High School. For two generations, St. Edward has dominated Ohio high school wrestling. So many brackets from state champions occupy space in the Eagles’ wrestling room that some have been moved to the track above. Three of those brackets belong to their captain, Lance Palmer. Lance has wrestled since he was 9. He employs a ferocious physical style, using a version of the half-nelson which forces his opponents to get pinned – or suffer a broken arm. On his way to winning a third title as a junior, Lance pinned every opponent in the sectional, district and state tournaments, including Lakewood’s Matt Curley – twice. Sharing the credit for Lance’s success is his father, Dwayne, who made Lance lift weights on Christmas Day, then had his son repeat eighth grade to improve his chance of success in high school. Dwayne even has Lance wrestle full grown bears to hone his skills. “Pinned” is an intimate glimpse into the lives of two young men fighting for the same dream in radically different ways. Along the way are thrilling victories and agonizing defeats that reveal exactly what it takes to be a champion in a sport where pain is practiced and winning is worth any price.

Welcome Nowhere (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

Narrated by multi-Academy Award nominee Ethan Hawke, “Welcome Nowhere” tells the true story of one community of Roma people (commonly known as Gypsies) living in Bulgaria. After being evicted from their homes, over 200 of them are forced to live in shantytowns without proper sanitation. Despite years of promises from the government for housing, their living conditions only get worse while members of the community struggle to survive with what little they have. Documenting their fight for new homes and featuring interviews with leading Roma Rights experts, “Welcome Nowhere” paints a detailed picture of one of Europe’s most controversial issues.

The Pursuit Of Happiness – Brighton Breezy (Episode 3) | Tony Palmer Films

“They told me I didn’t understand the assignment and I told them they didn’t understand life“ – John Lennon

These early films by Tony Palmer, one of Britain’s greatest arts documentary makers, were shown in 1972 on London Weekend Television’s Aquarius, a weekly arts programme edited by Humphrey Burton. Filmed within six months of one another, they constitute, in the first place, a remarkable album of contemporary images and attitudes. The portraits taken at the Brighton races or Las Vegas’s casinos by Palmer’s photographer Mike Humphreys are as eloquent in their sympathy and humour as the work of the late Observer photographer Jane Bown or the social satirist Martin Parr. The punters’ faces, eroded by hard lives or hard living, yet vital in the optimism of the moment, look less like examples of their times as victims of them.


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I've lived in Brighton now for twenty years at least just outside Brighton people always say to me why did you choose a house just near Brighton as your hideout for writing and I've explained that somehow Brighton's always been a lucky town for me don't ask me why just that I've always been happy here the Sun always seems to shine boarding powder for cocoa 12 sand upon the 22nd a 40-pounder for cocaine tougher pays 14 founded upon a 20 cocoa 30 never the ball ball ball a brain fever [Laughter] many the thing is keeping me and Brighton is the hope that one of these days they're going to turn the pavilion into an indoor car park float the entire thing out to sea and sink 200 years ago Brighton was a little fishing village called brimstone and then a doctor called dr. Russell came up with a funny idea that if you bathed in seawater and drank the stuff it was good for you and ultimately for the fashionable people seized on this rather queer idea and they came streaming down to Brighton along what is now the a23 in their coaches and their carriages I think everybody who's used to traveling up and down on private Bell is very sad about being removed I understand he's got to be removed I mean just by sitting here but it's so rapidly first introduced I think it's a train in 1932 and it took him to be longer to go down right and there it was possible to serve the most marvelous dinners one waft it all with whoever one wants to take down but sneaked into the weekend right everyone gets up out of milk or Gras James Laurence Olivier and the whole sort of gang in any of that not might end up on the train you experienced earlier a it's like traveling in a period room taking out the Victoria & Albert Museum it is a kind of mobile stately home when the 1930s quite enchanting everyone expected me Ginger Rogers any moment these coffee pop things have always been and I remember complaining was one of the waste and I sit there and really I mean they're designed to flout the tablecloth always been cocky and he's it's been like that he said I've been on this train ever since 1932 this they've always done there so I said that a part of their just you know a bit of no good design of China is that's a terribly sort of subtly I think really seriously think about it for a change it's done being safe daddy minded talking about it was there any old cattle truck and he'd have them Lord Olivier on and in 1783 Prinny arrived on the advice of his doctors he came down to Brighton to take the seawater cure he was George Prince of Wales the eldest boy of the King George the third and over the next thirty years he booked this incredible Chinese caravanserai on the site he lived here all his life as Prince as regent when his father was ill and his King in his own right as George the fourth when he died he was followed by his brother William and when he died in 1837 who came to the throne then Queen good Queen Victoria and she didn't like Brighton she found Brighton was too large too popular and too vulgar doctor don't move that's why I want you to tell your wife you're going to the picnic you know the clambake right okay right that's right there's a big life come on come on come on now pull away pull away please dear please now look over oh come on come on I turn a little to the audience for your book you don't deal pick it up look at this how the owners let's see that one good girl good come on lean right forward get that bottom tucked in come on lean right forward come on tuck your bottom in check your tummy tummy out and should we right bang in the middle looking straight forward into the md's eyes okay right quickly down pull and straight up okay let's sleep better without them and smile come on let's have some grins on your faces keep those smiles going and are you're working hard keep the smiles going where everyone is dream is through 12 while I'm sure most people to live it in here I'm deeply we can't bear the idea of all those Regency terraces Miller's the rest of it they wouldn't be at all sorry to hold off just win I think that's the important thing to grasp about self because you think of Brian is a sort of loving agency scene but 95 percent the population is living here including the corporation there's a bar that's a bit some Bartholomew's and then they've big anglo-catholic high churches were meant to attract people who arrived on the railway its enormous church which in fact has a nave harvest or my misguided late 19th century idea I was trying we were trying to think the other day who's where who was the first person to retire I mean what is that hurt retire think I mean when did the South caves become the geriatric ward yes could be oh good pals and joining the company now we're all together Oh sounds really good company Doria took away everything that could be moved curtains carpets lanterns chandeliers furniture everything went and eventually we bought it the people of Brighton bought it around about 1851 for fifty thousand pounds it had cost to build over six hundred thousand pounds I think you can say we got a bargain boo boo me yeah Bobby once cook the other than her uncle – mommy do Bobby yeah beef run as I can you know ever the grape team Bobby a lot of the people down here are for example on the dole they don't have jobs brightness is also a sort of an elephant's graveyard it's not just retired people it's people who come to die for the specific purpose of dying they come together to die there are days down here in the summer when it is warm and the air is just like honey and maybe it's quiet on a Sunday and the only sounds you can hear in Brighton are the clicking of false teeth and bowling balls and it's really incredible when I first came here the whole of the garden was an absurd wilderness and I had to decide what to do with it so we decided to keep this part wild and in the spring as you seed some mass of daffodils and then the rose bushes come and the lower looks another Burnham's I've written 10 books in this house and the last two my autobiography have done very well and I think it's parted you to Brighton err people say why is it like champagne and is that just advertisement well I can only tell you what I'll come down whacked on a Friday night and by Monday morning I'm absolutely on top of the world again over there that end of the house is where I write I shut myself away and not a big room because summers had more more who is my that regard father taught me that I should always write in a room which wasn't very big sartorial thoughts went in words behind me are the playing fields of the Sussex University you can imagine when I arrived here and was safe for a few years because everyone in the village is very kind and leaves me alone to get on with it I had an awful sinking feeling I thought is my piece now going to be completely disrupted not to think deeply to slice to proportion and we have the crackling and the stuffing on the dish base we have in this dish it's murmurs a derivation of a pom do chase this in fact about hunger yes mr. piped you know it's quite amazing that Bratton technical college hotel and catering department was the first post-war school a situation today now is that there are 200 full-time catering establishments now in spite of fact that the department has been in the technical college for the past 25 years I frequently meet people who don't know that we exist I think it's a great pity in fact that we haven't had more publicity over the whole of this very new building which is probably as fine a building as anything in Europe five minutes you'll be on service please so make sure you've got all your dishes or your requirements for service service burns ladles etc please finely chopping onions now I notice this morning some of you a bit shaky on this and the preparation of a finely chopped down is very important in the kitchen first of all move the head of the onion and cut it from head to tail if you do this then you have the onion in the correct correct formation it's held by the root and you haven't the problem going to pieces remember the action is stroking leek knife across the onion ha Marquis your tomato concassé taken out of the mold into the you share into the top of the palm Duchess give the customer a good portion remember that you know this is a fairly small hole and it's now we come to the kitchen that's basically the history of the building the kitchen was built in the year of Waterloo 1815 when it was built the most modern kitchen in Europe very light very Airy supported on iron palm trees to bring the oriental feeling through presumably to the workers Department you've got copper heat cones to collect your kitchen smells a hot plate for a couple of hundred dishes good working tables lower by the way than tables are today and all the way around you've got a wonderful set of cooking pots they're all numbered this enabled the master chef to call for frying pan a hundred and getting the exact size he wanted well I'm making a bridge Dave lamb what unites for their people is sleeping out and coming out usually come in for a meal and we try to make it as good as possible and FICA is good stuff for up and down the country you know I will reception center close enough and that's why there's so many on the road now especially youngsters on the road they get despondent but nowhere it go you see there's nowhere to go at all they're on a long road there may be snow animate the grain and the first thing you do is resort the train we wouldn't have as much their petty claim say about 20 years ago 15 years ago because they had someplace to go have a path has something no matter how small it was at least I had a roof for what I had see but now today there's only one in Scotland only one in Wales and very few in England people relied on them you know well this is the oldest part of right in the middle of bright Hills town as it must have been called there on the left there is the Church of st. Nicholas which is the old parish church and I think this churchyard is one of the most enchanting and pretty places in Brighton I live just down there in a little gothic terrace or hovel as I always refer to it airs which was built about 1825 in the church are this one for to farm the time always show everybody who comes to see me in Brighton it's one of my more recent discoveries all I have known Lee knows I walk by it every weekend almost a bit hesitant about walking over somebody's – this is an amazing lady called Phoebe hiss or who live no less than 100 and the age of 108 Notley now she began serving as a private soldier rather like Joan of Arc and 5th regiment foot and then she was heed to bear in it wound in her arms you can see here and a long life which commenced in the time of Queen Anne and needless to say that the person she received comfort and support from was King George the fourth and I think a great number of ladies received comfort and support from George to Falls in one capacity or another look at the way the light is falling onto the terrace and that is particular this bright bright and light which makes architecture which is often very commonplace I mean one took these houses out and put them in oh I don't know in batter city nobody would care tuppence about them but the fact that they are set in the way they are up on the hill with their little can appears they're painted white and the Sun beans down and somehow refraction see onto them make them have a kind of sparkling glamour and freshness an excitement of beauty about the witches which we just wouldn't exist anywhere else what's your ask the way I'm into it push em in and see you papayas okay tanu Debra let's get the arms straight as soon as you've got underneath otherwise it's not your attack all your hand in the lunge the first of all this is a very strange shape doesn't it was very long thin I was in fact it's it's shorter fatter then without the juice well if the good seaside resort has to have a Bandstand this Bandstand went up in the 8th is that anything a band ever plays here now I mean to me it looks like a kind of minaret that somebody sat on it's just a massive amazing artwork dashing around full of excitement and stack full of electric light bulbs I hope they never demolish it rumor has it that it was supposed to be demolished and through lack of money it's never come down in Brighton architecture they extend the square back in a serpentine line say that the light everyone can get the sunshine from the sea can you see the way it goes around there and it curves around and goes right up there are two PI R squared notice the way the trees there's no trees one side because of the way the wind comes in from the water now here we're coming to brunswick square it's got a particularly plebeian object near which a dog is nesting known as a dog toilet I think the sooner that's removed the better and beyond the Metropole you can see what is that I think my favorite hotels from the outside and that's the grin which is I think what a hotel should look like absolutely lovely lots of encrusted plaster work and brought hard work squirrel around the place and with the Union Jack flying at the top just to make sure beyond the ground we see the building I'd most like to blow up it's known as the top-ranked Center and what connection it ever has with a seaside front I'm still trying to fathom out is this what we want Brighton to look like do we want high-rise blocks labor exchange all this sort of monolith Brighton itself ought to be very grateful to University for the prosperity that is brought and also the fact that it had brought a great deal lively intellectual lives it's the classic university town gown situation where the town hates the university and the university hates the tongue there are 12,000 students here approximately the town milks them all winter long during the summer when the students are gone they rent the same rooms to tourists they double their triple their rates they make money aside from conventions they are the only major outside source of money for Brighton then yet they hate them not long ago I met another writer rather more elderly and a bit more sour than I am and he said to me Oh Godfrey I was so very sad to hear your news so I said what news I just signed a new contract I was feeling rather on top of the world he said oh it must be terrible for you I said terrible for me yes he said I hear you're on chalk and he said it like the doom of all mankind so I said cheerfully well I do my best to rise above it and you can see walking around my garden with me that I have risen above it the roses on the other part of the garden I planted as a kind of memorial to my mother because she loved roses and now I've been given a rose myself a Godfrey Wynn rose and here it is and it looks as if it's going to do very well this year I'd always wanted a rose named after me because it's a kind of immortality of course some of the wealthiest people in Brighton is a football and pull it's only a third division club but it's the only one for miles around so I suppose it gets enormous gates some people think that apart from all that cultural stuff it's the only real entertainment the Brighton has to offer I get a number of people every day say to me will 11 o'clock your bars closing where can we go there is nowhere to go there's no nightlife some years ago they were about 80 clubs and lots of nightlife but this seems to bum I don't know why but you know the night night seems to have died and private enterprise have pulled out the Hippodrome supposed the piers are dying you know we haven't had a tremendous amount of holidaymakers each years him to get less and so nobody cares this meeting is called because it is Independence Day and in common with the jury all over the world and our brothers and sisters in Israel we are celebrating possibly the greatest event in Jewish life for the last 2,000 years a date that has now been accepted into the religious calendar we are going to open our proceedings with the alert male Iraq Amin which will be intoned by Reverend thousand we then have I'm trying to set the scene for this evening a recorded message from the Prime Minister of Israel Golda Meir bless this Babich Kerr may she live to 120 and I hope she's at the canal at the end of her of office [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] I get too sexy when I drink champagne I do it once then I do it again I'm just a girl who drives men insane that's why the ladies I like my men [Applause] [Applause] the bow is amazing I had the most embarrassing experience come down on the train today with my friend held up as we had to stand prepared two hours and eventually a gentleman got up to give us his seat what you mean missing and as used to adapt miss farish's fell down well my friend Hilda fainted and I had a stroke good morning ladies and gentlemen boys and girls welcome to Brighton is dolphinarium before the show begins we thought you would like to know a little about the aquarium which was first opened nearly a hundred years ago it was then the largest aquarium in the world and many millions of people have visited the building during those years today the aquarium contains thousands of tropical marine and freshwater specimens light refreshment and ice cream are available in the dolphin lounge please visit the souvenir shop where colored postcards of our dolphins are on sale the coloured souvenir books obtainable in the shop or in the arena contain excellent pictures and stories of the dolphins dolphins are the cleverest and friendliest of animals they love human company and have a great sense of fun they are do or jumping out of the water playing with balls and retrieving objects they are responsive to you in speech are extremely curious and by nature larvae show all the animals certainly enjoy the view when our cleaners have their daily swim this is the tenth dungeon right a cup which attack I started myself in 1957 especially devoted to commercial vehicles yeah and here now the price of an Tunisia was getting more more popular we have on board the male Marisa bride I think the general public buying this one almost more interesting than the bride around world we've left under the about agent Tom and Hailey all by being excited about Hamas tab just as bad many believe to be here how many kills one tamponade they pleased to have with us they honestly 25 3 see whether for five to arrive well I'll have to hang on well you know we can't go back now where do we get to to part two two five one the only trouble is where are they see there anybody you you

The Pursuit Of Happiness – Birmingham: City Of The Future? (Episode 4) | Tony Palmer Films

“They told me I didn’t understand the assignment and I told them they didn’t understand life“ – John Lennon

These early films by Tony Palmer, one of Britain’s greatest arts documentary makers, were shown in 1972 on London Weekend Television’s Aquarius, a weekly arts programme edited by Humphrey Burton. Filmed within six months of one another, they constitute, in the first place, a remarkable album of contemporary images and attitudes. The portraits taken at the Brighton races or Las Vegas’s casinos by Palmer’s photographer Mike Humphreys are as eloquent in their sympathy and humour as the work of the late Observer photographer Jane Bown or the social satirist Martin Parr. The punters’ faces, eroded by hard lives or hard living, yet vital in the optimism of the moment, look less like examples of their times as victims of them.


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Sound recorded by BILL CROSS & ARTHUR PAYNE

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yes we have a pride in ourselves and a pride in our city there is a spirit of enterprise in Birmingham where we will somehow we have a different approach to our problems we're anxious to solve them we're full of energy we're we're prepared to ask the people to pay for the services we provide the first thing to realize about Birmingham is that it's huge London's about 30 or 40 towns but Birmingham is just one town there's absolutely nothing else like it they grew incredibly fast during the industrial revolution other towns used very much local labour have been thrown off the land but Birmingham just had to draw in everything from everywhere people and money to keep it going and sure enough by the seventies we see Birmingham at the center of a new motorway network which has just been finished now in modern Birmingham there's quite a friend to campaign going on to try and sell the city comparing Birmingham favorably with Detroit's New York or San Francisco anywhere that sounds impressive take the road system for example in Birmingham which is already taking a huge slice of the resources there was a great joke some months ago but they never Monte Carlo it's like Grand Prix in it now the amazing thing is they're dead serious they're really worried about selling bromium getting its name across the world so make it mean something now Birmingham makes cars they sell them here they distribute them here and now they built this road system to put the blooming things on and so they may as well go the whole hog and get all the workers and their families let them put up with them working night shift to produce these ridiculous things to all go in the middle of town to watch souped-up versions of these monsters going round and round in a city that's supposed to be theirs in the first place [Applause] across these standing joking Birmingham is the planning department is actually run by a motor car the car culture is really basic to the shape of the place to the Prioress estate industry but it's not the only example of how Birmingham try sell itself now a council think they've won a great victory in that the new oil score exhibition hall for Britain is not going to be rebuilt in London it's going to be built next to Birmingham Airport which of course links us to Germany France and Brussels into the great new prosperous Europe that's all been promised think big you know is just when you actually have to live in this place it's all just a very sick joke less on D with boyfriend away Adams had a fried onion a small onion fried and cut into between each other this week we've gone we've gone raving mad we've gotten to it we've had two bases of Britain Archer they reach and Ansari show you so you think very unsocial security firm wait there well it's supposed to be a second city but if they cared people like us and there must be hundreds like us wouldn't be allowed to live or exist below the bread line according to special welfare of a compliment house we're not supposed to be below 16 pound 15 from the Labour exchange or from the Supplemental benefits but they in one hand said this and at the same time they cut our money down to 14 pound 65 which the result is now very rarely we get dinner at our weekend in this house the central core has been completely gutted the old open markets been retained but it's crowded in between the enormous covered market area and the road system there's just nowhere to expand sit there are post cars going around of eighteenth-century Birmingham which look very charming there's probably very similar to 18th century Worcester Winchester York but they're still here old Birmingham is not but the way Birmingham is going is in advance of any other city in the country they're completely remaking the city whatever the cost in money or demolition pushing ringways and flyovers wherever they like so the city center has to divert our attention and so they can get away with it to attract us and make us feel that there's something worth living for in this city but in fact it's just a damn great monument to consumption most of the shopping area has been developed in a covered area completely closed it's a total environment now it's not a people's market like it's claimed to be because they can shut the glass doors on you and it's run by some private interests it's patrolled by its own police force there's prison cells built into the basement and as an armory in there as well the whole place is piped with music to love you it's the same in any season there are artificially made concourses they call them and meeting places you can't see out except for one window where you can watch the cars go by from the point of view of the shopkeepers and the businessman it's an ideal place there's a long as they can get the people to go in there but there are very few local shops left because of the demolition so people are forced to go into town we just don't have any choice by giving you no time instead of it all till the pain is so big you feel nothing at all but the main thing to get across about a forum City Center is there's a total environment that is a completely encase issue and there's nothing's left for your initiative at all the whole thing is geared very much to somebody's preconceived pattern like the attempts to create zones where you can sit and rest even then you can't sit down anywhere in the bullring Center without paying it's a place where you only go to do business to buy and it get out there's nowhere to hang about anywhere that is really safe for anybody we hate you if you're clever and they despise the fool till you're so fucking crazy you can't follow their rules as for the rest of the city centre well it's not just the following the main thing is that the traffic rules traffic's above you traffic goes straight whereas you have to go up down and around to get anywhere you can see where you want to get to but you can't get to it you often have to go through shops to get anywhere which of course again exposes you to the whole consumer thing an extraordinary thing is that after all these millions acquits wear that ring wake up people are not bothering to use the subways in fact crossing roads where you shouldn't is becoming something which people are doing to assert themselves against the design of the whole place where every last thing is controlled is a very difficult place to fight the different parts of the power structure are all very inaccessible there's a great standing joke about the fact that certain departments just don't talk to one another the Estates committee just won't talk to the social services social services won't talk to this and that and so it goes on and it's this which has led Birmingham to become what it is anthem such pure district up today's modern estate built by the City Council now no doubt in a way to broaden the life and the prospects of its citizens but such is not the case because the electricity and the gas bills are so high and I so despairing the people who come from the per district it's a it's a complete change over to what the people of a Ben Houston and it has in several cases ended up in men and women showing the roads in the gas oven good luck to the rest Midland gas board and also to the Midlands electricity board they say you can't climb up the dead but I don't know I think they pave all they're still alive of course when you tear down a whole city however well you do it you are bound to destroy the sort of human organization that lives within it in the heart of the city the places where people live in the places where people were I think this is inevitable you've also got to ask yourself that pressure says it may be the sort of human interrelationships and warmth and hundun sanitary conditions and kids playing around the lamppost as I did as a child you know in a bad Street in the winter evening are these things which can be perpetuated anyway there can't you've got to fight your way through them you've got to replace them with something else but you're improving the physical environment remove back-to-back houses you've given people a decent little cell in which to live but this isn't the end of it surely you know life is not about roads or bricks or concrete it's about living now you can't honestly say that the improvement in the physical environment has as yet been matched by a comparable improvement and development in the amount or the creativity of the social culture in the sense that people get together for the experience of things which they can only have when they're together now you you can express this in terms of going to the theatre even going to the pub going to a concert going to art galleries getting up amateur dramatics getting up choral societies all this kind of thing and this is a still at a pretty low level [Applause] the old people almost like a batch of breeder chickens are brought down together from their tower block and entertained for one lunch time and then they shout back at the top of the tower block again and you don't see them for six months I sometimes find it rather remarkable that nobody argues anymore about the need to employ landscape architects or city architects or planners to make in a physical sense the society would but at the moment there is no comparable appropriation of resources to people who will make the the social order tick and make the community building process actually work man needs this help in his well-being as well as in his depredations and at the moment we seem content to think if you provide a good-looking city that life in itself will then just happen after all that the most animated social communities are the the newcomers I think the anthropologists would expect this wouldn't they if people come from four corners of the earth and come together they will develop a community life in the West Indian communities the Indian Punjabi communities and and the Irish communities certainly appear to have more sustained and continuous social life all kinds of her activities in society worthwhile activities are based on creating opportunities for a man to fulfill himself to do something worthwhile in society as well as just get his bread and butter the man who feels that having gone to work and come home there's still some room in his life to do something for his fellow to create extra happiness very few towns can burst as many roads and activities as we have in Birmingham we've built a new Repertory Theatre we're now discussing the possibilities of a new concert hall we have the city of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra which costs us a lot of money and which is the envy of lesser places people interested in a particular aspect of entertainment or enjoyment live for that particular aspect and they think it should receive much more of the cake than anything else people who are distressed and concerned about children those people are quite determined that their but their activity should be a first priority on society surplus funds same thing applies with drama if you're totally obsessed with drama or music then you must have the new concert hall and it must be a top priority but I suppose the most popular entertaining today is the football match [Applause] we few said to me why is the football match more popular than the drama I must confess I just don't know just don't know I think it probably right that it should be so it's certainly my own personal preference it's good to know that alderman Griffin is a good time invariant that just about sums it up for the rest of us the city center at night is just people running to catch the last bus on the night service which is double the price there's a few dance halls the weekends people congregate around them but the police clear the place by midnight you can guarantee that that place is dead absolutely dead except of course the Burman was pathetic naughty nightlife for those who can afford it the problems have become more urgent because the opportunities have become more apparent because there is more Martin wealth in the community because the whole structure of the society in terms of self-directed activity has changed up upside down and I think most people realize that era when you talk about the leisure revolution and the larger society that this isn't a thing of them of years to come we're already past the point of no return of youth clubs recently circulated a letter in which it was urging youth leaders to think of why it is desperately even of consoling the unemployed youth and creatively occupying them so in this kind of context we can see a natural conclusion of profiteering which was all a place ever existed for now what is there in the city for creatively occupying people especially children and the young one of the few things is in Cannon Hill Park whether something called the Midlands Arts Center unfortunately most people have never heard of it every dish that we have cooked every program that we've provided has been fully subscribed in fact oversubscribed we are the amount of activity that is going on in this small collection of buildings is really quite extraordinary and it was over a third of a million attendances already in a year now these are young people children and their parents and young people of student ages up to young marrieds if those figures want qualifying it is more people for instance in the first three years of service as far as the Performing Arts is concerned there are more people attending here then attended in the 50th year of the life of the burning of Repertory Theatre which was last year you see and the more people came in to performance events in the theatre here and use the center then went into the Town Hall to enjoy the city orchestra after 135 years [Applause] [Applause] clarinets violins flutes play the top are very smoothly [Applause] the corporation felt guilty about what it had done to the city and to the people and it felt guilty what it knew it was going to do so it was a bit easier for John Inglish to put forward the idea of setting up this fantastic birthday cake kind of Art Center place and then both John Inglish and the council thinking that anything could happen when you offer things to a new age range in a thing called like a like an Art Center now right across the board irrespective of social class certainly as far as the Performing Arts is concerned you'll get this really enormous response there are children now who have seen in the first three or four years of services here there are children who have seen more players and attended more concerts then the average Birmingham citizen has done in the whole of their lifetime it's hostile for a working-class kid for instance who's got to go to there to walk through Edmiston we're very very rich people live he feels embarrassed he feels he feels isolated by the hostility of this beautiful place because that's not the place he knows and feels comfortable in and if you go to John Inglish he'll say that of course the problem is money we cannot get the people who live in these areas and he leaves it at that point and he doesn't realize the way you get to people is to sit down and be with them in their kind of play [Applause] time for everyone we want to make it so for all of you here in this hostel you do walnuts tonight if you've got something special obviously you can say or you can recite it and you'd like to show it off one man is one well somebody else would want to sing with you something if you don't want to go too dear yourself get your friend to come and tell me so we can have a good time let's say no longer three I don't resent one penny that has been spent on the physical reconstruction ELISA Delhi is a marvellous job we're fine sight what one can regret is we have accepted the fact that if you learn to do a big contract you set aside less than half of one percent for cultural embellishments like a piece of sculpture or fountain or something like there again this is begging the issue they are natural seem to live together in the city then it has to be planned for a lot of the things that we are talking about have been marginal to most of the population until there you know most people have had no time for anything but there were no money for anything else except you know bare subsistence we're in a very buoyant position in the rifle sale salesman insofar as Turner is concerned we put something in excess of 30% on our turnover in the last financial year and we're substantially up this year on last year it's a continuous expansion which of it is mainly to the fact that we've made quite substantial strides both in design and also in standards of quality and performance okay people are skeptical about that culture of avoid receiving is skeptical about the arts they have every right to be and in the arts has more failures than the trade unionism or the church is no doubt about there should you call your place a non-central if you can call it a fun palace or something like that in the end one decided that the dirtiness in the word arts I forget well you call Aquarius an arts program or not is is acquired you know we decided that arts was a perfectly good four-letter English word and meant what it said the most modern section of the brewery is as far as standard of automation as anywhere [Applause] you have to face up to it at a very tiny minority disappointing minority choose to read and practice the social culture you wouldn't put this over the door but in an arts prayer then it ought to be said but how are you going to pay for it are you going to have it freely on tap well clearly the society can't afford to have illiterate people in its society neither I think and it afford to have culturally illiterate people in society it will be an unhappy society to provide for the 90 percent or more of kids whose parents would never think he passed their task to bring me regardless cultural orphans it's a sad thing to say but you know if there's any real deprivation throughout Great Britain throughout Europe at the moment it is this cultural orphanage parents who don't believe it part of their job to introduce their kids to the cultural and social patterns of the society any facilities for kids to enjoy themselves there's been a lot of talk recently about vandalism but what is familism it's just the kids trying to communicate we've nowhere to play no youth clubs and nowhere we can call our own main point is that Boehm's culture is consumer oriented and it's been directly conditioned by the fantastic changes going on in the city we're going from one hero to another once it was people talking with each other in the back terraces now it's big and brash but there's very few people asking themselves what's happening to our way of life because of these changes at the last resort I suppose most of us would evaluate the success or failure of civilizations not by their calmness not by their territorial conquest but by the quality of their life but their architecture by the literature by their music you know by their social patterns these are the things we remember about ancient civilizations and say offended you know this is the things we mean when we talk about a Golden Age however mythical it may be we're thinking of now these are the kinds of activities the kind of explorations and enjoyments the table at the moment thought to be the prerogative of a very tiny section of the population and one owes it to the society one owes it to the individuals to widen the possibilities most people will most people know rejected I don't know just is the the the Midland Art Center of course is an experiment in the direction of offering art to anybody who has some in a sensation possibly that he or she is not fulfilling his real purpose in life but if in the end they don't come out lasting will have to be abandoned when the tortured and scared you for 20 odd years then they expect you to pick a career when you can't really function yourself full of fear keep you doped with religion sex and TV and you think you're so clever and classless and free but you still fucking peasants as far as I can see this room at the top they are telling you still but first you must learn how to smile as you kill if you want to be like the folks on the hill working class hero is something to be a working class hero is something if you want to be a hero well just follow me if you want to be here oh well just follow me you

The Pursuit Of Happiness – New York, with John Lennon (Episode 1) | Tony Palmer Films

“They told me I didn’t understand the assignment and I told them they didn’t understand life“ – John Lennon

These early films by Tony Palmer, one of Britain’s greatest arts documentary makers, were shown in 1972 on London Weekend Television’s Aquarius, a weekly arts programme edited by Humphrey Burton. Filmed within six months of one another, they constitute, in the first place, a remarkable album of contemporary images and attitudes. The portraits taken at the Brighton races or Las Vegas’s casinos by Palmer’s photographer Mike Humphreys are as eloquent in their sympathy and humour as the work of the late Observer photographer Jane Bown or the social satirist Martin Parr. The punters’ faces, eroded by hard lives or hard living, yet vital in the optimism of the moment, look less like examples of their times as victims of them.


Edited & Directed by TONY PALMER
Sound recorded by BILL CROSS & ARTHUR PAYNE

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in 1776 Thomas Jefferson one of the authors of the American Declaration of Independence wrote we hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men you cannot have happiness until your health that says you need not the things you want we're not asking what we want we want the things we need we're not looking for any happiness you know it's just a dream you know it's too many addicts dream enough we're trying to get a reason to dream we want to get into the reality of things you know and the reality of things is that we need a chance [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] hi sir it's me mr. teenage America again mmm as you know that me and Al constantly come down to these model painting studios in order to better ourselves and just to give you a background in model painting itself it's an ancient art which comes from the term pygmy him from there the term pigment came about and therefore you know the use of paint on a body itself is a very ancient term most painters are short as toulouse-lautrec oh well the signifying anyway this is a water-soluble paint and normally you know you place it on the model with varied if struck s– that's you you have to be careful not to destroy the lines of the model that you're painting are you painting by the numbers Jim are you following no there's no numbers on this this is a particular model that she came from Macy's well some canvases do have numbers uh Jim she's not you yet she's in these a little work what do you propose I touch it up yeah you're symbolism is uh hasn't quite gelled I mean in an existential sense she's speaking to me about the universe but right well see this is this is a very ecological painting but this this signifies trees and grass and the greenery right this signifies human life you notice the pigment there which is very close breathing China was pulsating right and then the pinks signifies blood which is war I thought that the Pink's represented your own latent homosexuality and you're trying to sort of express yourself no nothing that did it all not today no I'm still trying to live down mr. teenage America so that's true yeah why you tic-tac-toe on her back okay the when it gets Germaine Greer knocking still I still want to be very careful with my strokes number of people Toby your strokes are falling short in case anyone in England would be interested I think we're selling this particular anything when it's through right but it's hanger you have to feed her a typically American form of art that we choose make the first move now we should know Jews win until using X's can I make a variation okay now you see drawing that swastika makes me feel happy why do you guys I've survived no cross no holy war basically I I I would think that this whole the whole thrust of body painting is to give a guy happiness mostly guys who haven't been close to women I mean does this make you feel good well I've probably never been happier in my life right at this moment why did you work with such fine members of English no I guess I guess mainly because this kind of this kind of creative activity bring brings back wait what does it bring back that's the point I think I've won wait am I gonna win do you think I think we wanted a six-day war I have one i Jemaine queer is mine Jim why don't we ask these people here today why do we asked him here today well they came to New York looking for looking for happiness looking for happiness and I think they found it they found it with us and they found it with my talent we're looking now at one of the great new facilities of Washington the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts it's a massive building big in every possible respect call sixty six and a half million dollars part of it from the United States government part of it from very generous citizens and part of it we're still in hock the grand foyer that we see here is the largest foyer the largest inside thing of its kind in the whole world the hall itself could take two football fields in to end or if one wanted to lay the Washington Monument here you'd have a hundred feet left over to play there are three halls opening off of this grand foyer one the largest is a concert hall second is the opera hall and the third is the Eisenhower theater the center itself was a brainchild back in 1958 but it took a long time in the doing only after John Kennedy was assassinated was it given his name the only memorial to that slain president in the capitol almost 30 different nations have given works of art to make this a fitting memorial the chandeliers in this Great Hall our gift of Sweden and a kind of fun thing about this this Center in its first season if the dimension is added to Washington life almost any night about half of the ladies will be in long gowns they're always a sprinkling of Black Tide but until the weather turned cold they were using some barefoot hippies to waste of human the prisoners in the towers 43 Alec instead Media Rockefeller that is what people feel the main thing that yoko and i are doing is to change the apathy that all the youth have especially in America which is infiltrated to Britain and to France and Germany everywhere because still everybody follows the American Way of life because that has the music and the whole style of this century is made by Americans at the moment all the youth are apathetic and they think there's nothing to do and it's all over and they all want to be on speed and junk and just kill themselves our job now is to tell them that there is still hope and we still have things to do and we must get out there and change their heads and tell them it's okay we can't change it it isn't over just because flower power didn't work it's only the beginning we're just in the inception of revolution we're just the beginning of change and they're all apathetic because they're young and they think oh it didn't work today so it's all over we must get them excited about what we can do again and that's why we're gonna go on the road but all the shows will do are free all the money will go to prisoners or to poor people so we'll collect no money for performance we hope to start touring in America and then eventually go around the world and possibly go to China too and it's spotlighting their local problems whenever we go wherever we go we spot like the problems there and the people I believe the money locally for instance we'd go to say Chicago say and then in the Chicago prison say half or a quarter of the money earned that night would immediately go to release the first 500 people alphabetically that couldn't get bail to get out of prison so wherever we go the show will arrive and we'll release people in each town so possibly when the stones are touring America for money we'll be touring for free are you gonna do about that make mm-hmm viva la la revolution and so all we can say is why and why not my mountain stream you're watching a rehearsal of a new musical called the selling of the president we are running a candidate for president whose name is George Mason and the advertising people were handling this campaign have hired these 16 singers and dancers to do the commercials and the television presentation this man what we're watching now is a campaign song that's being rehearsed but during the course of the evening we see a number of commercials to appeal to the black community into the geriatric community to the west to the north to the east there's practically nothing that we leave untouched [Laughter] Oh [Laughter] you got to know what you're buying before you buy it to offering you you're not told you just have no way of finding out it's one thing to buy a bar soap and be able to throw it away the next day or not use it at all but when you elect somebody for office who has to be there for four years it's a little bit more serious [Applause] the Richard Nixon lost is his sexuality when he was traveling with Barnum & Bailey Circus back in 1939 he he did this act and it was called you know tricky dick and it was very popular act at the time but but when when barman Bailey went under and and tricky dick lost is his his appeal he lost the the knack that almost got him onto the Ed Sullivan Show by the way he crept into and got himself into politics as the only way that he could regain his lost man huh and actually this is what happened anyway since that time the sexual revolution has been all downhill and at this point it's almost nil in the United States yeah but III think we have to add a couple of things that after the circus folded Oh Nixon was discovered in a men's room by J Edgar Hoover no let you know and the idea I didn't want to bring that up I think we should I don't think we should we should deny to English television of things which you and I now it's like the Pentagon Papers we have to have our journalistic integrity and then that's when they formed the team they won but one was a juggler one was a clown right remember and they worked their way into the hearts of America and if you're called Martha Mitchell worked as a carny right here right here right now right here and he has seated two freaks and you remember there was her number and it became a fantastic tact yeah I think what we're saying is that Nixon is basically an unhappy man like gal is an unhappy homosexual I'm I'm an unhappy mr. America you know we're all unhappy to a certain extent and that's why we try to out comment but the the unhappiness has created the repression that exists in America and there's nothing worse than unhappy refresh inist I'm Jack Ryan I'm an inventor I'm reassembling a 15th century Castle here in bel-air which is a suburb of Los Angeles by lowering the ground one story we've been able to insert the medieval stones which we've brought in from Europe central France actually I was fortunate enough to be able to get the living room paneling from mr. William Randolph Hearst's house in New York the paneling is really too tall to fit in any room here so we were building a room at the end of the house that will be tall enough to accommodate the paneling from Hamilton Hall and Scotland where it originally came from let hear me play something I can't really play that's why I invented this the right hand plays the melody but in this case it'll make quite a different sound of these keys the telephone is arranged so that you can carry on a conversation with someone without their taking the phone off the hook my daughter used to talk to her horse by calling and she could speak to him on the loudspeaker and he would Quinny back to her at night before she went to sleep who's never lonesome that way which is kind of nice happiness to me is being in Hollywood and being in and giving happiness to other people by being a really great actress and a great comedian and well going to a lot of parties and having a lot of fur coats and jewelry and having a lot of beautiful things and maybe well sometime in the future I may hope to be married I mean I know it might sound ridiculous to my friends but I mean I've already made myself happy I mean because I am in films and well there's nothing quite like it I mean this is happiness to me especially the camera being so close on top you know speak to the camera it's like being in a drive-in movie breathing hot and heavy down you know did they have a drive-in movies in London do they have drive-in movies in London no what do you take well I don't want to be the facetious now don't misunderstand this but where do you take your fish and chips I know that you think I'm being sly what was happiness to me happiness to me is just a word you know of to the camera I'm sorry you should get behind the camera but the voice is coming out of the camera that's dude I'm doing well happiness is different things to different people and to us it's entertaining I mean we were very happy when we were in in the play that we did last summer called vain victory we had our you know chimps oh we were yes but even that was fun I mean it was exciting you know we were always appearing in front of people and getting a lot of applause I mean I love the sound of applause I mean I suppose these days you're not supposed to like those things you know you're supposed to be very humble and like the earth and all that and we do you know actually I'm very athletic which nobody ever seems to realize because I mean I would love to go camping she does some time but I mean my friends never ask me because they just probably always think of me as the salon Thais she wants to stay in when we go on hikes she never always in bed and she isn't in bed she's pampering her she's really quite exquisite she takes hours to put out a food in the most perfect detail I really love her discipline aside from the fact that she's really a dumb blonde and great fun but I'm a redhead now dear oh it's strawberry blush but I'm just those of my fans if I do have any fans in London um I usually am seen as a platinum blonde but I'm changing my image because I'm trying to get better parts and as my aunt just mentioned I'm known somewhat as a dumb or dizzy blonde sexpot and I'm trying to get better roles I want to play yes but I I wanted to get the part of Joan of Arc and I would like the part of Madame Curie if that picture has ever done again I mean I think it was once interesting I think this is amino acid lipstick this is a black cherry by Minah it gives you those oh so kissable lips hi I'm candy darling I'm an actress here in New York I've been in eight pictures small parts and big pictures and big pots and small pictures now if you'd like to bring marry for it shall we bow our heads please Almighty God as we are gathered here upon this beautiful Sabbath and not only do we ask that you bless this union but we pray that your abundant blessings – like this fine young couple always as they leave this humble place and while to seek and establish their home together as you chose for us all in the very beginning we ask this most reverent that's very good Donna Mary I usually wish to expound for just a few moments before I go into the exchange of the vows I'm Reverend Robert Truesdale I'm the wedding director of the chapel of the bells also the Chapel of the stars here in Las Vegas we're considered the leading wedding chapels in the entire world Nevada has over a hundred thousand weddings a year Las Vegas year of course is the marriage capital of the world not only because of the courthouse being opened 24 hours a day which is a convenience to the wedding parties because we have an unusual honeymoon atmosphere here not all the wedding parties come in from California we have wedding parties coming in from all over the world we've married a number of folks to your home community London we've had Parisians in people from Germany we have wedding parties and from Sweden Minako I'm happy again the questions been asked many times are the weddings in Nevada legal to my knowledge they're recognized in every country in the world and I cannot speak for the communist nations two years ago on Valentine's Day we have a which happened to come on a Saturday we have 74 weddings in one 24-hour period I wouldn't want to see that happen right that way again it was quite hectic this is a great community we have more churches per capita than any other community of its size in the entire United States I have made movies and I enjoy them I made the movie Pepe I think you saw Pepe and one thing I haven't done is television that is about the only thing that I haven't done I would like to do work on TV but actually maybe play an Indian girl or a space woman something like that instead of like what do they always they're not the Showgirl type or the I don't I wouldn't like to be typecast you can't help the way you look really if that's what people think our tourism year encompasses many facets the wedding industry itself brings in 12% of our entire revenue into the state of Nevada so this is quite a sizable sum so we do call it an industry surprisingly and John before you place this band upon Mary's hand I'd like to explain the meaning of the ring since the beginning of time man has used many different types of symbols to denote greatness of an event and now the most sacred the most holy of all joining man and woman into the Holy bonds of matrimony they use a plain gold band now if you'll place the band on a third finger the left hand I'm holding her hand in both of yours turn facing your bride-to-be looking in your eyes I John give my ring to you Mary give my ring to you Mary as a token and pledge as a token and pledge of my abundant love of my abundant love I promise I promise from this moment forward from this moment forward forsaking all others forsaking all others to love to love to honor to cherish and protect to cherish and protect in sickness and health in sickness in health wealth are poverty wealth or poverty whatever God's will may be whatever God's will may be till death do we sign you may kiss your lovely wife you finish John and Mary it is now my pleasure as an ordained minister by the authority vested in me by this the great state of Nevada and the presence of this company and always in the presence of God I now pronounce you husband and wife I don't want this give the impression that these are quickie marriages but you can arrive at the airport be picked up in a courtesy car be driven to the courthouse obtain your license return to the chapel be married and be back on a plane if you might say back to London in approximately an hour to an hour and a half at the most don't you think some sometimes going to a prostitute could help for a better marriage in a way yes because I've cured a lot of men of running away from their watch a lot of men came to me said oh my life this that you know the big stories I'm gonna get a divorce I'm separated and you know she doesn't satisfy me but she's a great mother the old says she's a great mother and she's a great cook so I said okay and in a way I love her so the man was already hesitant then I'd say okay if you have the money of course it was to my advantage to do it say you have the money come to me once a week see my girls once a week or twice a week and then go home to your wife so really if she don't have to bother you don't have to try to go to bed was really just listen to her problems and just stay married and the woman that I've interviewed regarding prostitution pretending at first that it wasn't prostitute they would all confirm that they'd rather have their husbands go to a prostitute then having been involved with a secretary or with another girl and get a mistress and eventually pay much more money than $1,500 a week and then eventually the misters after year two would say listen I want to get to I want you to get divorced and marry me so those are the girls the straight sort of straight faced girls was the double of morality that are more ruining that the more damaging to a society and marriages then an honest prostitute that says okay that's fifty dollars and that's it my name is Claude Belle I'm 75 years old I've been five years building this little monster here and we call him Denny when I was a child I got the idea from an elephant which a man made in landing City New Jersey now it seems as though it's an awful long time but I had other things I had to work at to do this and here's what we have what you see now it possibly be the interest to a restroom or gift shop but possibly I think it would be arrested and it'll be built like a battleship what's your what you see on this floor now it'll be all concrete and a native stone on top of that and on the sides would be sort of dinosaur pictures landscapes anything free pertaining to prehistoric dinosaurs I've got this far and boy was really relieved because it's turned out better than what I anticipated at all all the way through money all I can scrape up steel I put it right into it now it's it's been a pleasure all the way through you're getting rid of something that your thing has been thinking about for years and years and this is a result of it I'm happy and I want to make other people happy it's really like a dream come true my name is Bruce bossman and I'm one of the producers of the James Joyce memorial liquid theater we're standing in the lobby of the Guggenheim Museum where the liquid theater is being presented in New York City on Fifth Avenue liquid theatre was originally created by a group called the company theater of Los Angeles they were using a series of exercises and games to develop actor training and also to develop a sense of ensemble amongst their own company and they wondered if some of those exercises and some of those games couldn't be used to develop a sense of ensemble and a sensitivity amongst an audience they experimented in many different ways with many different techniques and what they came up with was the germ of the James Joyce memorial liquid theater if I say this is my nose you apply when people first come into liquid theatre it's a little strange and baffling to them it's really a regression they're handed a big laundry bag and they're told to put all their belongings inside it and then they are asked to join a game group on the floor and they're just groups of people who are standing around in circles usually the atmosphere in the lobby is very unrestricted and relaxed and the idea is to get the people involved in the show or involved in games and each other and out of being involved in themselves so much you're good as you get more into the games you find that actually your game group develops a certain sense of unity a certain sense that we call it ensemble which is which all goes back to what liquid theater was all about trust the maze is the most personal part of the liquid theater experience and it's the part for which we are best known I think its purpose of course is to awaken people's awareness to the fact that they have many other senses besides seeing and hearing most especially of course the sense of touch but also the sense of taste and some of the listening that you can do under certain conditions which you normally don't do during the day as you pass through you'll be passed through a series of embraces and experiences where you are welcomed where you are hugged where you receive a kind of face massage and finally you receive a sort of spiritual baptism which symbolises your new awareness of your of your body and of a new general awareness of your sense of community and the torso and the hips will lift her overhead horizontally she's not going to leave our hands who will bend at the knees rocking like a waterbed okay so gentlemen in the round and round back ladies get two legs and when I say three we'll lift her up okay now bend at the knees and rock or gently develop a group of people can lift a person up into the air six people if they put their minds to it can lift a person up to up in the air as long as they're willing to be trustworthy and to give their consideration to that person for those few moments one person's couldn't do it alone two people couldn't do it alone and the person being lifted certainly couldn't get up there alone that's the understatement going on in in those games now what we need is something to say because in a minute it's gonna be a beat set up a one two three four and we're gonna take our slogan whatever we think of and March around this room shouting it every other community in the room so so anything you've always wanted to shout out in the middle of the Guggenheim Museum or anyplace else oh come on can be political or dirty or witty or anything freeze and then we form into a great big huddle which symbolizes the coming together of all the small communities into one big very aware community in the center of the room and that community explodes sort of spiritually and tactfully and begins to celebrate its own awareness and just its own being people always say when is liquid theater over is it over yet they often walk up to me during the show and say is it over yet and I always tell them that it's over when they think it's over because it really is something that you can take with you out into the street and down into the subway and back home again some people stay high on liquid theater for a couple of days [Applause] I was a boy somewhat in school but I would be offended if someone called me I mean it would it no one ever does and when they do I mean I mean I guess I can remember a few times I mean lately within the past year when someone has referred to me that way and it's always been someone that was out to get me or something that you know out to the to you know try and top on me or expose me or one thing or another but I mean they can't deny you know my emotions and my my reactions and my feelings put a curse on you may all your children end up junkies to your mammy tricked by the pound to buy that ounce put a curse on you but I saw you and a dive push-up cutting stuff without me to put a curse on you but what class on you your children smash each other's brains to cause all that mean is squeezed in them ain't got nothing else to do futures to trash and slide children's do [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] unless you're happy you know I want to be happy but I'll never be happy unless you're happy too you

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واقع الحقيقة هناك قصة في الإنجيل عن أن الله أنزل المن من السماء والغذاء للحفاظ على بني إسرائيل بينما كانوا
يتجولون في البرية ولكن الإنجيل لم يذكر تحديدا ما كان عليه — ما كان
هذا المن من السماء؟ عندما سألت هذا السؤال، لم يكن لدي أي فكرة كم كانت
حياتي على وشك أن تتغير المعجزة الأولى التي ذكرت عن المسيح هي تحويل الماء إلى نبيذ خلال حفل زفاف ويروى أنه قد نفذ النبيذ ووضع المسيح جزء من المن
في الماء المغلي ليقدم كشاي وأمر النوادل بتقديمه على أنه نبيذ فاتصلت بديباك وقلت له: ديباك، يجب أن أتحدث معك –
لقد وجدت بعض الأشياء في الإنجيل لا معني لها. أعتقد أنني وجدت بعض الأشياء الخاصة بالمنشطات
العقلية والتأمل – ما رأيك؟ كان هادئ على الهاتف – فقلت له: ديباك، هل ما زلت
على الخط؟ فرد علي: نعم، وأضاف: أين وجدت هذه
الأشياء تحديداً؟ أرسل لي ما كنت تتحدث عنه ماذا تريد أن تفعل يا ديباك، ماذا علينا أن نفعل
حيال ذلك؟ هل تريد أن تكتب شيء ما؟ فرد ديباك: هذا أمر مهم للغاية، لم لا نتحدث عن هذا
الموضوع؟ هل يمكن لجزء من التجربة الدينية أن يكون له علاقة
بأسرار النباتات؟ في تقاليد ديباك، تم استخدام نبات سومو لتقريب
الناس إلى الإله. هل يمكن أن تكون تراتيل فيدا في الواقع تغني لهذا
النبات الذي لا بذور له ولا زهور له، الذي كان
عبارة عن فطر هناك مشهد في الفيلم نوح، بطولة راسل كرو، حيث رأي
في المنام أنه كان تحت الماء مع الحيوانات تطفو
حوله. يستيقظ مع العلم أن الله يريد منه أن يفعل شيئا،
لكنه لا يعرف ما هو. يذهب ويجلس مع الرجل الحكيم في كهف، ومثله انتوني
هوبكنز. الذي يعطي له بعض الشاي المنشط. يشربه ثم يكون
لديه رؤية مفصلة بالضبط عما يريده الله أن يفعل. أولا وقبل كل شيء هذا شيء ممكن – نعم. ثانيا، لماذا لدينا مستقبلات في المخ لهذه الأشياء؟ حسنا، لأننا جزء من هذه الطبيعة نفسها. كما أننا لا
ننفصل عن الطبيعة. فالعلم يقوم على تقسيم المادة والموضوع – وهذا
الفصل ضعيف – مثلاً، أنا والكون في الواقع، أنا أيضا جزء من الكون. لذا، فإن نفس العواصف الكهربائية التي تخلق الرعد
والبرق في السماء تخلق أيضاً تفاعلات في ذهني. مما يولد الفكر. نحن جزء من التكامال وما التجربة الدينية إلا
اختبار التكامال بذاته ما التنوير إلا الاتحاد مع المصدر لذلك ما تعطيه للناس – لا أطلق عليه تغيير في الوعي
– ولا أطلق عليها الهلوسات إنما تسمح للناس بالتحرر من الهلوسة اليومية بأننا
مفصولون – وتريهم واقع الحقيقة. وسواء فعلوا ذلك عن طريق النبيذ أو المن أو سوما من
يهتم؟ هذا شيء لا معني له – كيف يمكن تجاهل تلك النباتات
القديمة التي ستوصلك إلى الله بطريقة أو بأخرى؟ هل يمكن لهذه النباتات أن تكون الحكمة القديمة التي
نحتاجها لحل مشاكل عالمنا المعاصر؟ ماذا نسمي الواقع اليومي – وهو ما يعتقد أمر طبيعي.
حسناً؟ هناك حرب – هناك إرهاب – هناك ظاهرة الاحتباس
الحراري – هناك ظلم اجتماعي – ٥٠٪ من سكان العالم
يعيشون على أقل من دولارين يوميا. البيئة مشوهة تماماً – ونحن نقول هذا أمر طبيعي. ذلك جنون، أليس كذلك؟ وهو جنون لأننا أنشأناه. ماذا برأيك سيتطلب لاختراق تلك الحدود في هذه
المرحلة؟ أعني، نحن ها هنا في القرن الحادي
والعشرين. لنحتفل – سوف نجلب الجميع إلى البيرو وننورهم –
آمين. هل أخبرني ديباك للتو أن أذهب إلى البيرو أشرب شاي
آياهواسكا؟ واحدة من أقوي المنشطات المعروفة للبشر؟ بينما لا أزال في حالة ذهول من هول ما أوصي به
ديباك، اصطدمت بصديقنا جيري الذي كان سخياً
بإعارتنا منزله على الشاطئ لإجراء هذه المقابلة. كان عندي فضول لمعرفة رأيه فيما قاله ديباك. لم أكن أدرك في ذلك الوقت، ولكن عالم جيري كان يخرج
عن السيطرة. على الرغم من بعد أن باع شركته ما يقرب من ١٠٠
مليون دولار جيري كان يتعاطى المخدرات – يفرط في شرب الخمر –
وكانت عائلته في حالة من الفوضى، وكان يحاول في
الأساس قتل نفسه ولكن ببطء. حينها قد أدركت كلمات ديباك كان استيعابي لها يزيد. لعلكم تتساءلون عند هذه النقطة، من هو هذا الرجل
"زابي"؟ دعوني اخبركم القليل عن نفسي. كنت قد فعلت كل شيء كما أملي على المجتمع – الذهاب
إلى المدرسة – الحصول على وظيفة – توفير حفنة من
المال – الوقوع في الحب تأسيس عائلة – كنت أعيش الحلم الأميركي – اشتريت
موقع الكتروني ب ٨٠،٠٠٠ دولار – وبعد بضعة أشهر
بعته ب ٧ ملايين دولار ها أنا ذا أحدق في إعلاني المذاع خلال بطولة
"السوبر بول" – الحياة أصبحت سريالية للغاية – حتى
مع امتلاكي كل ما سبق. محادثاتي مع ديباك أوضحت أن هناك تجارب أخرى والتي
كنت بحاجة لتجربتها. قيمة التجربة أكثر أهمية بالنسبة لي، لذلك شعرت
دائما أني أود أن يكون عندي جواز سفر مليء بالأختام
على أن أمتلك بيت من نوع معين. خطر لي أنني مثل معظم الناس، أبحث عن السعادة خارج
نفسي. وأدركت أنني قد لا أكون سعيداً حقا إلا إذا ذهبت
داخل ذهني للبحث عن بعض الإجابات. قال ألبرت أينشتاين: لا يمكنك إصلاح مشكلة بنفس
الوعي أو التفكير الذي وضعك في ذلك الموقف. هذا يعني بالنسبة لي أنه إذا أردت أن حل مشكلة في
حياتي او إذا كان المجتمع يريد حل بعض المشاكل
الكبيرة لدينا. مثل العنف – تدمير البيئة – الإدمان – الاكتئاب،
نحن بحاجة إلى تغيير وعينا الجماعي. هل يمكن للمجتمع استعمال بعض هذه التقنيات القديمة
لحل لمشاكله الحديثة؟ واتخذت الناس التي جاءت قبلي مثالاً أعلي، على ما
يبدو كان لديهم كل شيء ولكنهم اختاروا المجازفة
بالذهاب داخل عقولهم. هؤلاء الناس ما يمكن أن أسميهم "بحارة العقل".
ورأيت أن هؤلاء الناس كانوا في طريقهم إلي داخل
عقولهم. واستكشاف ما كان داخل عقولهم كجزء من تجربتهم وقلت
لنفسي: هذا رائع ويجب أن أفعل ذلك أدركت أنه قبل أن أتطرف وأجلس مع الكاهن شامان –
يجب أن أذهب وأتكلم مع بعض أصدقاء ديباك حول ما
يسمى بالواقع. إذا كنت تعرف فقط عن عالم مكون من ٣ أبعاد – إذا
كنت تميز فقط الجسم – إذا كنت تميز فقط الظروف
الفانية. والخبرات الفانية. إذاً فأنت إلى حد كبير تحت تأثير
تلك الظروف. إنهم على قناعة بأن هناك شيء أكبر يحدث هنا. ما نراه هو فقط جزء صغير من الواقع – لدينا ٣
حالات: الاستيقاظ، الحلم والنوم. ولكن أبعد من ذلك، هناك حالة لا تربط بالثلاث حالات
وهي اليقظة المريحة. لا مجال للهرب من أن نكون الطاقة – لذلك نحن دائماً
الطاقة – ما نراه من أجسام هي في الواقع انعكاس
للضوء (الفوتونات) التي ضربت طاقتنا وترتد مرة أخرى تعكس
الضوء كحقل طاقة. نستطيع الوقوف مع العالم غير الواقعي – الذي يبدو
حقيقياً ويبدو محدوداً بقوانين الزمان والمكان، ومع
ذلك لديهم إيمان بعالم أبعد من ذلك. حرفيا يستحضر ذلك العالم إلى كيان. يبدو وكأن ما كان الجميع يقوله هو أن الحقيقة هي
مجرد فكرة. أنا بحاجة إلى الخبرة المباشرة من
الذهاب في الداخل. هل يمكن للحكمة القديمة أن تشمل النباتات والتأمل؟ كنت متحمساً لمعرفة أن الكثير من المشاهير مثل جيري
ساينفيلد، مارتن سكورسيزي كانوا يقومون بالتأمل
لفترة طويلة. ومؤخرا كان الناس مثل أوبرا وينفري والدكتور أوز،
وكاتي بيري يمارسون التأمل، ويبدو أنه يجعلهم أكثر
إبداعاً. كنت أرغب في معرفة ما إذا كان بعض من هذه الحكمة
القديمة ستمكنني من الوصول لطاقتي الإبداعية في عام ١٩٦٠، جاء رجل يدعي مهاريشي ماهيشيوجي من
جبال الهيمالايا إلى الولايات المتحدة، وانتهي به
المطاف إلى تعليم فن التأمل لفرقة البيتلز. والباقي معروف. اليوم، هناك أكثر من ٧ ملايين شخص في العالم يقومون
بفن التأمل – ما يعجبني بفن التأمل هو أنه لا يوجد
عقيدة مرتبطة به. انها حقا تقنية بسيطة تتضمن تكرار تعويذة لنفسك
والذي تتسبب لك بسمو عقلك إلى حالة أكثر إدراكاً
للوعي. حتى تصل إلى مكان يسمى بالوعي العالمي. حقل لا نهائي من الطاقة التي تربطنا جميعاً حيث يتم
احتواء كل المعرفة، وحيث يظهر كل شيء عندما توفي مهاريشي في عام ٢٠٠٧ جعل جون هاغلان
المسؤول – كفيزيائي كمي وكمتأمل كان قد استخدم بنجاح النظرية الكمية لدعم نموذج
مهاريشي عن أن الذكاء الخلاق هو مركز كل الخلق. الوعي اليقظ هو عبارة عن إدراك شيء ما، هذا – ذاك –
المفهوم – الشخص – السمو هو ترك كل ذلك وراءك للعزل واختبار النفس بذاتها. إنها نعمة أنها ليست نهاية القصة، ١٠ – ٢٠ دقيقة من
ذلك هي كافية – والفكرة هي أن يعود إلى النشاط،
وعلى نحو متزايد دمج وتحقيق استقرار الواقع الداخلي والسكون الداخلي جنباً إلى جنب مع
الواقع الخارجي. عندها نكون الحياة مثيرة مع مرور الوقت. للحياة جوانب عديدة. الدماغ وهو شيء ملموس جداً
يمكنك قياسه، يمكنك لمسه. ولكنه يتفاعل مع مجال
الوعي، وما يتحدون معاً، ذلك هي نفس الفرد أو شخصية الفرد وهذا ما يعتقد معظم الناس أنهم عليه. أنا طولي ٥
أقدام – لدي هذا المستوى من التعليم – أنا هذا
الجزء في المجتمع – لدي هذا المبلغ من المال. هذا ليس في الأساس من أنت. ولمعرفة ذلك – تحتاج إلى معرفة ما اختبروه – وهنا
يأتي دور التأمل. "أظهر الجنود نسبة تعافي تصل إلى ٥٠٪ من آثار
اضطرابات ما بعد الصدمة وذلك بعد ثماني أسابيع فقط
من ممارسة التأمل" "ممارسة التأمل تساعد على تخفيض مستوي القلق بشكل
ملحوظ وزيادة المرونة ضمن الشباب" "المساجين الذين يمارسون التأمل على الأرجح لن
يعودوا إلى السجن بنسبة تصل إلى ٣٣٪" لقد وُجد أن الجذر التربيعي لواحد بالمئة في بعض
المدن هنا وهناك وأنه يقوم بخلق إيجابية في المناخ
وميول الناس ما أثارني بخصوص هذا هو أنه إذا أردنا تغيير الوعي
العالمي – فنحن بحاجة فقط إلى عدد لا بأس به من
الناس تحت هذا التأثير. عندما وجدت هذه الآيات في الكتاب المقدس "كفوا
واعلموا أني أنا الله، أتعالي بين الأمم" هذا ما
يقوله المتأملين. من الواضح جداً انها هناك. الكتاب المقدس يحث على
التأمل. في هذه الأيام، الانتماء الديني أخذ في التقلص. "الملايين من الناس يتركون الكنيسة والمقدر أن ٢٠٪
لا يعودون لها على الإطلاق" كنت بحاجة للتحدث إلى بعض الزعماء الدينيين وكبار
العلماء في عصرنا عما إذا كان التأمل جزءاً من
الدين. عندما يتعلق الأمر بالزعماء الدينيين، ليس هناك
أفضل من جويل أوستين. أردت أن أسأل جويل ماذا كان المن من السماء باعتقاده لا أدري – أكان مثل الخبز؟ أم كان مثل الفطر؟ هذا
ما سمعت أود لو كان الفطر – رائع – لم أكن أتوقع ذلك الوصف في الكتاب المقدس من موسى وعيسى يميل إلى
الفطر أكثر من الخبز. في الواقع، كل معجزة أخرى تم ذكرها، المسيح كان قد
فعلها بعد أن شربوا شاي الفطر. آية من الإنجيل "لكنهم لم يسمعوا لموسى بل ابقي منه
ناس إلي الصباح. فتولد فيه دود وأنتن" الخروج ١٦:٢٠ سانت مارك بازيليكا – مدينة البندقية – إيطاليا هنا
كل التلاميذ وهنا المسيح مع الفطر العملاق خلفه ها هو المسيح هنا مع هذه الفطر العملاق وراءه. دعني ارى. المسيح مع الفطر العملاق وراءه. كنت أرغب في التحدث مع بعض الناس التي كانت هناك –
وفعلت ذلك. على الأرجح أنني تعاطيت المنشطات بقدر أي شخص على
قيد الحياة – عندما تقع بعيدا للحظة شيء ما يحدث –
وهذه في الواقع هي البداية والآن عليك أن تتعلم العالم كأنك طفل رضيع. ما وجدت أنه اكتشاف أنها في المقام الأول هي المادة
الوحيدة المذهبة للعقل التي تحتاج أكثر من مكون. والحقيقة الأخرى المثيرة للاهتمام هو أن كل من هذه
المواد ألا وهي "إم إيه أو" و "دي إم تي" يتم إنتاجها في الجهاز العصبي لكل الثدييات، لذلك
هي مواد تنتجها أجسامنا بالفعل. الفيلم الوثائقي "النماء" من إخراج المخرج فوستر
غامبل حطم العديد من الأساطير التي كانت تُقدم على
أنها الشيء الطبيعي للمجتمعات والتي تبقينا عبيداً لما يسمى الواقع. لذلك يبدو أن الميل الطبيعي هو لتغيير وعينا إلى حد
ما، وأعتقد أن أحد أسباب ذلك هو أننا عندما تغير وعينا، يمكننا أن نرى حياتنا اليومية بطريقة جديدة
– فإنها تميل إلى رفع وعينا اليومي. وبالنسبة لي، هذا هو بيت القصيد – إذا كنا نستطيع
استخدام المواد سواء كان ذلك البروكلي أو آياهواسكا
أو نوتة موسيقية لتعطينا لمحة عما هو ممكن للإنسان، وعلى وجه التحديد، ما هي
الخطوة التالية بالنسبة لي؟ ما أنا على استعداد له؟ عندما فُصل وعيي عن جسدي، تغير النموذج تماماً –
أدركت شيئاً ما – هناك شيء أكثر من هذا مركبة اللحم
"الجسد" هذه التي لدينا. ودفعني هذا الإدراك إلى الكتابة بشراسة طول الليل
حتى طلوع الفجر، وذلك أعاد تقييمي لفلسفتي بأكملها. من تلك النقطة، لقد كنت في رحلة روحانية – العثور
على الإجابات بنفسي والنباتات كانت أروع المعلمين في هذه الرحلة وفي كثير من الأحيان هناك فائدة كبيرة من تجربة
واحدة لأنها تصل إلى صميم الأمور التي تحدث. حتى انها تقريباً مثل اختصار علاج عشر سنوات في سبع
ساعات. كونداليني يوغا رمز من رموز غورموخ، تعلم العديد من
المشاهير كيفية الوصول لداخل أنفسهم باستخدام
تقنيتها التي كان لديها تجربتها الخاصة مع الطاقات المذهبة للعقل. أنا لست نادمة على أي شيء قمت به من أي وقت مضى –
يقول الناس أني تعاطيت المخدرات – وماذا في ذلك؟
لقد أوصلتني هنا – انسي الأمر – قابلت أناساً آخرين
أتمنى لو أنهم تعاطوها لأنهم لا يستطيعون المرور من خلال الحاجز – لا
يمكنهم الوصول إلى البعد السادس ومع ذلك تريد أن ننظر إليه، فإنه سيكون المجهول.
ولديك الاختيار إما الخوف أو الإيمان – الإيمان
بأنك ستكون بخير وأن الدروس ستكون قيمة وأن الدواء سوف يوجهك – أو
الخوف – الخوف بأن شيئاً آخر سيحدث. سوف يكون مجهولاً في كلتا الاتجاهين، لذلك اختار
الإيمان. هناك أوقات في الحياة حيث من خلال وسائل مختلفة
والله يعمل بطرق غامضة، يُظهر لنا قمة الجبل. انها
مثل بالنعمة. كأن يد الله ترفعنا لنا وتبين لنا الجبل. أنا مدين بالامتنان لتجربتي مع المواد المختلفة. لا أستطيع الموافقة عليه إلا إذا كنت في مكان معين،
في بيئة معينة، مع بعض المعالجين حقاً لأنها يمكن
أن تسبب الفوضى فهي أدوات تحول قوية ويجب احترامها إذا تقربت منهم
بالقدر الكافي من التواضع والاحترام، وأنا أميل إلى
الاعتقادبأنك ستكون على ما يرام. الناس يخافون أنهم إذا استعملوا هذه الأدوية، فإنهم
سيخسرون الأشياء التي يحبونها أكثر في أنفسهم وهذا مجرد خوف طبيعي – تجد شخصاً يحب حياته المهنية
– ماذا لو ذهبت إلى الرحلة وأردت أن أكون مدرب يوغا إنها لن تفعل ذلك يا رجل – وإن فعلت ذلك فسوف تكون
أكثر سعادة عند حصول ذلك هناك فرصة بأن استخدام المؤثرات العقلية سيفتح
العقل ويريك من أنت حقاً أنا مفتون بها – ومهتم بها – وأعتقد أنه سيكون لها
فائدة حقيقية في مكان ما – ما زال مبكراً بالنسبة
لي، كشخص متدرب بطريقة معينة. لا ضرر ولا ضرار – المساعدة – أن أكون حقاً واضحاً
حول ما أفعله – نحن لسنا متأكدين بعد مهما كلف الأمر، سواء كنت تتعاطي المخدرات أو ما
إذا كنت تمارس التأمل، أو أيا كان لا يهمني حقاً. ليس هناك شك في ذهني أن أول مؤشر بالاستخدام الرسمي
للمهلوسات سيكون نهاية الحياة لأنه من الواضح أن ما أقراءه وأراه في الأبحاث أنها تحسن القدرة
على ان تكون مرتبط مع شيء، ويشعرك بالأمان حول
عملية الموت. والله يعلم أننا بحاجة إلى المساعدة بذلك في هذا
البلد. النموذج النفسي التقليدي – النموذج الطبي التقليدي، فإنه عادة ما يستغرق سنوات وسنوات من العلاج، وسنوات من التدخل
والعمل مع فريق الخبراء لمجرد الحصول على تقدم بسيط في حياة شخص ما. مما رأيت في هذا التشبيه الذي ذكرته – هو أنه يمكن
اختصار عشرة إلى عشرين سنة من العلاج النفسي في
جلسة إلي جلستين من علاج طب النباتات. هناك علاقة لطب النباتات عندما يتم إدخالها من باب
التقاليد التي تجعل الناس تدرك طريقهم في الحياة بشكل مقدس أعتقد أن كلمة مخدر لها مفهوم سلبي – لا أستطيع
التفكير في أي شيء – ربما – إذا كان بعض المخدرات
تشفي فعلا شخص ما، فإنه من الدواء. قبل أن أخذ القفزة النهائية، كنت بحاجة إلى التحدث
إلى رام داس وهو من الأقوياء عندما يأتي الأمر
للمنشطات، كان اسمه الحقيقي ريتشارد ألبرت. ولد لعائلة ثرية في نيو انغلاند ودرس في جامعة
هارفارد، وبعد التخرج عمل كباحث في الجامعة. كان العام ١٩٦٠وكان قد تم اكتشاف مخدر "إل إس دي" –
ان الحكومة مازالت تدرس تأثيره على الأفراد ومقاتلي
الأعداء. بينما كان الباحثون في جامعة هارفارد – ألبرت
وأستاذ تيموثي ليري يجرون التجارب على الطلاب
باستخدام الفطر ومادة “إل إس دي" والتي كانت قانونية في ذلك الوقت وكانت النتائج لا تقل شيئاً عن المعجزة –
المستخدمين أفادوا أنهم مروا بتجربة مغيرة لحياتهم
بما في ذلك دراسة والتي أظهرت أن ٦٠٪ من المدمنين على الكحول التي
أعطيت لهم جرعة واحدة من الفطر بالجرعة الصحيحة
أقلعوا عن شرب الخمر بيل ويلسون، مؤسس "الكحوليون السريون"، أقلع عن شرب
الخمر بعد تجربة عجيبة مستخدماً المنشطات العقلية كيف يمكن للجميع ألا يعرفوا عن ذلك؟ – بعد أن أٌحبط
من الغرب، ذهب إلى الهند – سماه معلمه "رام داس" –
وعندما عاد إلى الولايات المتحدة، وألف كتاب بعنوان "كن
هنا الآن" – وتبعه مجموعات كبيرة من الشباب. إذا كان لدي أي شخص النية للذهاب إلى الدواخل
الروحية الخاصة بهم – المنشطات هي رائعة لذلك –
رائعة. هل توصي شخص يبحث – نعم – نعم. لذلك يجب على المهتمين أن يبحثوا علي شامان –
بالتأكيد – بالتأكيد إذاً – كنت سأجمع مجموعة من الأصدقاء الذين يريدون
المجازفة والذهاب في رحلة إلى عمق عقولنا. يوم في احتفال سان بيدرو – سان بيدرو، والمعروف
باسم "هواشوما"، وهو مشروب مكون من نبات الصبار في
سانت بيدرو، وكان يستعمل في العلاج والطقوس الدينية في منطقة الإنديز لأكثر من ٥٠٠٠ سنة بكل شيء يبدو غي مكانه – أشعر أن الأمر موجه – كأنه
يجب أن يكون – بالنسبة لي، أترك الأمور تأخذ مجراها
– أفترض أن معجزة على وشك الحدوث لذلك يجب أن أتركها تحدث
وأستمتع بها لقد اخترت العمل بالميسا وهي مجموعة من الأدوية
ممزوجة بالتأمل، الطقوس والاستشارات باستخدام طرق
العلاج القديمة كالهواشوما في سانت بيدرو، هي من طرق العلاج
القديمة المستخدمة منذ أكثر من ٥٠٠٠ سنة بالإنديز
في البيرو والثقافة ما قبل الهندية حيث كانوا خبراء في الوصول إلى أبعاد
من الوعي بغاية العمق ومن النادر الوصول لها أنت تعرف، أنا أشعر بأنه لا يهم إلى أي مكان في
العالم تذهب وسوف تجد دائما النوع الخاص بك –
وعندما يتعلق الأمر بالروحانيات أنا أحترم أي شيء أو أي شخص يحترم هذا الكوكب، ومحباً للطبيعة،
فاتحين قلوبهم لهذا الكون، والحب بذاته – ما دامت
هذه هي الأولوية وراء الدين أو الطقوس الدينية الخاصة بك،
فأنا أتفق معك. عندي عدد قليل من النوايا بعضها شخصي جدا وهي أني
سأحاول أن أجلب إلى عائلتي وأحبتي ومحاولة أخذ بعض
من تلك المعرفة أو لمحة عن الأبعاد الموجودة – والتي كنت أحاول
فعلها بطرق اصطناعية. أحياناً بطرق أخرى اصطناعية أكثر وأحياناً هذا هو
مخدر للألم أو مجرد يوم آخر سيئ. ولكن هذا شيء كان يناديني منذ فترة لأفعله ولكنها
لم تكن الفترة المناسبة في حياتي يبدو أن كل شيء يصطف بشكل طبيعي. أنا هنا لأحصل على نوع جديد من الولادة، لألمس مكان لم أذهب إليه من قبل – لذلك أنا لا أعرف أين هو – لا أدري أين هو – ولكن آمل
انه شيء جيد وسوف أقدر على المضي به عندما تشرب الدواء، ٥٠٪ هي مسؤولية الدواء أن يقوم
بكل الشفاء، التطهير، اليقظة والتناغم الذي يحتاج أن يفعله ولكن، الخمسون بالمئة
الأخرى للوصول إلى نتيجة أعمق منوطة بك دائماً –
جزء من عملي في هذا هو جعل عملية الانتقال أكثر لطفاً بقدر المستطاع – من
مرحلة الغفلة التامة إلى مرحلة اليقظة التامة. أنا حقاً أتطلع إلى التعرف إلى بعض أمور هؤلاء
الموجودون في الأعلى رحلة سان بيدرو كانت حقاً مجنونة لأن فريدي بوما
يعرف الشامان الذي عرفنا على المحفز المستعمل في
هذه الرحلة الروحية، الذي كان مشروب سان بيدرو – هذا الرجل كان متناغماً
وأتذكر أننا كنا على قمة الجبل – وكنا في غاية
التعب من هذا العلو الشاهق وتنفسنا بعض الهواء وأنت تنظر إلى
الغيوم الرائعة تمر بمحاذاتك – وأنت على حافة قمة الجبل تنظر إلى مئات الأقدام تحتك
واعتراني إحساس هائل من الآسي والحزن الذي استهلكني وأثقل كاهلي لسنين عديدة –
كنوع من الغضب الثوري – لماذا أنا هنا – مثل أبي اضطررت للمحاربة لأخرج لهذا العالم – نوع من الغضب
رافقني منذ أن كنت مراهقاً – أتعلم ما أقصده؟ لماذا نكون مقيدين؟ لماذا نعاني؟ لماذا نقاتل؟
عندما يمكنك التحرر من كل هذا وأن تسمو بينما تكون
رقيقاً على ذاتك أنا أعلم أنك تحتاج التقلبات لتشعر أنك بشري
وتستمتع بالحياة وتقلباتها لأن جزء من جمال الوجود هو أن تكون حزيناً وتتمتع بالسعادة عليك أن تعرف
كلا الجانبين ولكن هذا الحزن الساحق لم يكن لغماً –
لم يكن ينتمي لي – منذ أن كنت طفلة، لم تنتمي لي – لم تكن لي – أنا مسافرة
كما يقول زيجي بوب، أتعرف ما أقصده؟ – أنا هنا
لتجربة هذا بطريقة محترمة – واحترام كل شيء أختبره وأمضي
في مسيرتي بالحب وأودع الرحلة بعد إنتهائها – و خرج وشعرت بهذه الطاقة الدافئة ورائي، وهناك كان
بينما كنت على الصخرة أتأمل السحب وهي تطير باتجاهي بدأت في البكاء، فوضع يده على كتفي وقال لي اتركيه،
إنه ليس لك. إذا انتهت رحلتي اليوم، فقد انزاح ألم عشرين عاما
من على كتفي – سأكون مخيماً سعيداً دون استعمال
الآيابوسكا – لذلك أشعر حقاً بالخفة – بالسعادة – بالتقدير – القدرة
على الاستيعاب – حان الوقت لأخطو إلى أنوثتي هدفي الكامل من القدوم إلى هنا – كان هدفي الكلي هو
محاولة للمشاركة مع الجميع في العالم لهذه المسألة،
أن هناك طرق مختلفة لرؤية الواقع وأننا في ظل هذه الفوضى بحاجة إلى أخذ
خطوة إلى الوراء، ومحاولة رؤية الأشياء بشكل مختلف
قليلا. الطريقة الوحيدة للقيام بدورك هي أن تكون على
طبيعتك – فتجتذب مزيداً من الحب وتجتذب المزيد من الطاقة – واحدة من الأشياء التي طلبت مني
أن أواجه مخاوفي وأدركت أنني لا يجب أن أواجه
مخاوفي، فمخاوفي لن تزول – أولاً كان على أن أقبل نفسي مع مخاوفي. كل شخص لديه نمط وهذا النمط هو ٥٠٪ منسوج من قبل
الشخص نفسه و٥٠٪ منسوجة من قبل القدر – آياهواسكا
قادر على تغيير هذا النمط كله. من كونه شخص معين في أحد الأيام، في اليوم التالي
تكن شخصاً مختلفاً تماماً. أنا منفتح للضوء والحب والمشاعر الموجبة وأي شيء
ليس على هذا التردد – فأنا لا أراه، إنه غير موجود
بالنسبة لي هكذا سأبدأ رحلة الآياهواسكا – أنا في مكان يهيئني
للتقبل – أنا أعرف ما أنا عليه – أعرف مبادئي –
أعرف ما هو متناغم معي أرجو أن أسلك هذا الدرب وأياً يكن من يسلك نفس
الدرب – فأتمني أن نلتقي ونمسك أيادينا ونمضي في
هذه الرحلة سوياً يوم احتفال الآياهواسكا – آياهواسكا هي نبتة شافية
محضرة من لحاء شجر من أمريكا الجنوبية معروفة باسم آياهواسكا وأوراق نبتة محلية تسمي
شاكرونا ما حدث لي في تجربة آياهواسكا – كنت جالساً وأدركت
أنني قد فارقت الحياة – بينما كنت أنظر للموت أختبر الموت – رأيت كيف كان ديناميكياً – أدركت
أنني لا أحتاج أن أخاف من الموت مرة أخري – كان
شيئاً محرراً للغاية – وكلما أمضيت وقتاً في تجربة الآياهواسكا – أدركت أنني كنت جالساً في
مكان أستطيع طرح أي سؤال – أستطيع الذهاب إلى
المستقبل – أستطيع الذهاب إلى الماضي كل ما أردت معرفته – سأسأل السؤال المهم – لذلك
قررت أن أسأل، لماذا تحدث الأشياء السيئة؟ وبمجرد
ما طرحت السؤال نقلت الى حافة الفضاء – إلى عندما كنت طفلاً وأتسأل
ما بعد الفضاء؟ المزيد من الفضاء – لنتغاضى عن ذلك   كنت على الحافة أنظر إلى كل شيء في الكون بشكل
محتوي – وبينما أنا أتأمل المنظر قالت لي روح – أتري ذلك؟ كل شيء في توازن – إنه
الكمال – نظرت إليه وأصبت بالاندهاش – إنه حقيقي –
كل شيء متوازن – كل شيء كامل – لو حدث شيء هنا فإنه سيكون قد تم هنا – وبمجرد ما
استنتجت ذلك، رجعت إلى ما كنت عليه – جالساً في تلك الغرفة مجدداً – وبمجرد ما استفقت بدأت
بالضحك لأنني أدركت أنني فهمت المزحة الكونية
برمتها الخاصة بالإنسان ها نحن ذا كنا مع الرجل ذو اللحية البيضاء – بوذا –
محمد – المسيح – كل هؤلاء الرجال – وأنا كنت مع
الإله وقد كان امرأة – الأمر ظل بذاكرتي كل يوم منذ تجربة
الآياهواسكا يومان بعد احتفال الآياهواسكا تناول الدواء بالنسبة لي كان بمثابة تدمير كل شيء
عرفته يوماً، كل شيء آمنت به، كل شيء ظننت أنه
حقيقي حاولت أن أقتنع بالأمر لبعض الوقت، وبعد يومين قلت
لنفسي "ميشيل، إنه عقار مسبب للهلوسة" إنه يأخذ الأشياء من عقلك الباطن ويعرضها لك، لا مجال لأن يكون ما رأيت حقيقياً –
إنه مجرد نوع من الجنون. أنت تقرأ أطناناً من الكتب
عن الكيمياء عندك الكثير من المعلومات عن الرمزية والدين
المحفورة في ذهنك منذ أن كنت طفلاً – ولكنني متأكدة وعندي قناعة شديدة أن ذلك ليس صحيحاً وأن كل شيء
أعرفه يمكن أن يكون مجرد هراء – وهذا يسعدني شعرت بالسلام والهدوء كما لم أختبره في حياتي …
شعور غامر أنني يمكن أن أسترخي بدلاً من توبيخ نفسي
باستمرار في هذه الحياة وإضعاف دروعي – التجرد من كل شيء –
ووضعني في تواصل مع شيء ذو قوة خير أقوي – هكذا يمكن أن أوصفها إنها حقاً أوقات عصيبة – وفي وسط ذلك – خطر ببالي
أن جروحي فتحت – أحسست بالألم – كأنني نضجت وأصبحت
قادراً علي حب نفسي بمجرد أن انهيت الجزء الصعب أو الجزء الذي احتجت أن
أجتازه – لقد كانت بالتأكيد أحسن تجربة مغيرة
لحياتي عندما يستعمل الناس هذه الأدوية – يجب أن يستعملوها
بكل الحب – بطاقة إرادة كاملة – وإلا سيجدون طرق
أخري – الناس ستسمو بجميع الأحوال – الآن هو الوقت المناسب –
وهذه الأدوية هي عوامل أساسية – مساعدين أساسين –
أستاذة أساسين – تساند في عملية الوصول من مستوي وعي إلى مستوي أعلي – لقد فقدت الكثير من الغضب، والكثير من الكراهية –
إن أردت أن تكون حقيراً فكن حقيراً، إنه مصيرك –
أتدري ما أقصد؟ – الآن أنا متساهل – أنا لست غاضباً بعد الآن – وكل الأوغاد في
العالم – لأنني أقبل أنهم جزء منه – وأن كل شيء
بخير، أتدري ما أقصد؟ إنه ليس مصيري – ولكن افعل ما تبرع فيه – وأنا أحترم مسارك – ولكن لا تقربني بطاقتك الشريرة – لأنني سأطرحك
أرضاً العودة إلى الواقع لو الأمر منوط بالنية بالنسبة لي – لو نيتك سليمة
فإن الأمور ستنجح – ستكون أفضل مما ظننت – وستقل الفوضى في حياتك يبدو لي أن الطبيعة تتعرف على الناس الذين يعانون من ضغوط هائلة ويحتاجون العلاج بالأدوية لمعالجة مشاكل الإدمان
والإكتئاب ظللت أبحث عن طرق للسمو بشكل يومي، وتعرفت على شري
رافي شانكار وأسلوبه في التنفس المسمى سودارشانكريا – وهي تقنية تستعمل من قبل الملايين
من الناس ويشمل السجناء وشباب المدن الذي تدربوا
علي يد شري شري يستعملون هذه التقنية للتغلب على البيئة
المادية ويمدون أنفسهم بقوة داخلية منطق الشري يرجح أنهم عندما يولدون يأخذون أول
أنفاسهم وعندما يفارقون الحياة فإنهم يطلقون آخر
أنفاسهم ولكن معظم الناس لا يفكرون بهذا بما بين ذلك، في حين أن التنفس يمكن أن يكون من أهم
إمكانياتنا التنفس هو أداة هامة – لكل نوع من أنواع المشاعر
هناك إيقاع معين في التنفس ولو أعرت اهتماماً
لتنفسك وتمكنت من التلاعب به فسوف تنتقل إلى حالة أخري من الوعي بإرادتك لقد تعلمت تقنية التنفس التي أذهلتني – حقيقة أنني
أستطيع أن أضع نفسي في حالة تخدير بمجرد التنفس –
صواعق البرق كانت تخرج من يدي وقدمي – توقف الوقت – ظللت أقابل أصدقائي للتحدث عن تجربتنا – وكيف كنا
نمزج تمريننا الروحي بحياتنا هناك فريق كامل من العلماء، عددهم قليل ولكن كافي. كانوا يرجحون أن الدماغ لا يكون الوعي، ربما كان الدماغ
يقوم بتصفية الوعي هل تقصد أن تقول إننا أجهزة إرسال؟ نحن أجهزة إرسال ونقوم ببث مقدار لا نهائي من
الإمكانيات الذي تحدثت عنه في مجال الإحتمالات –
وعندما نبدأ بكسر الحدود فإن كل ما يتبقى هو لا نهائي إذاً فحدودك هي كتعصبك للأشياء التي تراكمت خلال
حياتك إما بأن تنفر منها أو تجتذبها؟ نعم، فإن كل من هذه الحدود هي حد خيالي بالنسبة
للوعي هذه هي مركبة الأرض – التي تمنحني فرصة للقدوم إلى
هذا الكوكب مرتدياً بزة – المرور بتجارب الحياة –
أن أكون مبدعاً والتعجب من هذا الكوكب الذي أتينا إليه – والأمر
مضحك لسببين. أولاً، لقد بدأت الموضوع برمته بشكل
غير روحي وثانياً بمجرد أن رأيت طبيعة غشاء الخلية ومستقبلات الخلية أدركت على الفور أنك إذا تبعت العلامات فهي ليست مسألة وجودها من عدمه – هناك
روح   لقد ساعدني حقاً أن أدمج ذهني العلمي مع تجربتي
الروحية – إنهم لا يختلفون كثيراً عن بعضهم البعض –
إننا فقط نكتشف خلال كل هذه المسارات وكيف أنها تؤدي إلى مسار واحد بعد أن بدأت رحلتي مع النباتات وتغيرت الأمور عندما كنت في العشرين من عمري، كان صديقي الذي
يكبرني سناً يصفني بأنني غبية، كان يخبرني بأنني
شغوفة جداً لكنني لا أملك شيئاً يدعم إحساسي تجاه العالم؟ أنت لا تقرئين – يمكنك أن
تقرأي كتاب واحد وتحصدي خبرة ٢٠ عاماً في كتاب واحد
– وقد حفز عقلي لكي أقوم بالبحث لكي أملأ عقلي – الآن حين أري
العالم، أستعمل المنشطات وأفكر بشكل مجازي وأعتقد
بأن هناك طبقات عديدة – وبالطبع أنا أستمتع بتلك اللحظة
أيضاً، أنا أستطيع أن أطارد أحاسيسي أياً تكن – أحب
أن أشعر بشعور جيد وأن أحظي بالمتعة وأن أتفاعل مع الناس ولكن المعلومات بغاية الجمال –
إذا استطعنا أن نصل إلى خزانات، إلى ينابيع الناس
قبل أنفسنا، أنت تعرف أنك لا تعرف إلى أين يمكن أن تأخذك عندما فقدت بول، مررت بعام كنت فيه مجرد حيوان. ما
يكن أن أفعل جسدياً لأشتت تفكيري عن الوجودية – لأبعد تفكيري عن كيف أن الحياة عابرة – كيف أننا
نأتي للدنيا ويمكن أن نختفي في أي لحظة – كيف يمكن
أن أبعد تفكيري عن ذلك؟ مجنون – معتوه – خارج عن السيطرة – كأنني فعلت كل
شيء في مقدرتي للاختباء من نفسي – وأقول لك – تجربة
الآياهواسكا الخاصة بي جعلتني حزيناً أنه تركني هنا
– لم يكن حزناً لأنه اختفي، كانت أشبه بالغيرة أنه
كان هناك أولاً – الأمر غير سوي ولكن نعم أظن أنه من خلال تجربة الآياهواسكا والرحلات الأخرى
التي مررت بها في حياتي – تم تأكيد ما كان يحدث لي
عندما كنت أتعاطى الأدوية أو عندما كنت أمارس التأمل وتدخل جسدي – كنت أزيل
جميع المرشحات، هذا ما كان يحدث نظام التفعيل الشبكي – كأن أبواب الإدراك تنفتح –
كان يحس بأن نظام الترشيح الذي نكونه بعمر السابعة
كان قد أزيل أتعرف كيف تتلقى الكثير من المعلومات في القشرة
البصرية الخاصة بك؟ ولكن عقلك فقط يتقبل كمية معينة
بحيث أأنك لا تشعر بضغط – هذا هو نظام التفعيل الشبكي وفقاً لاحتياجاتك ورغباتك واختيارك لأي معلومة
ستستقبل في كل مرة أجتمع مع أصدقائي الروحانيين، شعرنا
بأننا أقوي وبرغبة أقوي لنشر المعلومة لمساعدة
الآخرين للوصول إلى بعض تلك التقنيات القديمة التي كانت متعمقة
جداً في حياتنا يجب أن ننشئ مكان في كوستا ريكا ليكون ملاذاً للناس التي تفكر بنفس الطريقة – أنا
أحب ذلك أنا موافق – حسناً كل شيء يمضي – كل شيء منطقي – ككل شيء في الحياة –
تريد تأكيداً – تريد أن تعرف أن له تأثير أبعد من مجرد: إنني أمضي وقتاً جيداً – أنا أتعلم
الكثير – أنا أختبر كل هذه الأشياء المثيرة ولكن ما
الذي يحدث حقاً؟ وكنت أبحث عن علامة بأنه يصنع فرقاً – لأنني لم أري
ما كان الفارق – وبخلاف أصدقائي والمقربين لي – كنت إلى حد ما – الإله أرسل لي علامة بأن هناك فارقاً – أن هناك شيئاً خاصاً بها – ثم
جاءني اتصال هاتفي من جيري لم أكن قد رأيته منذ أن صورنا مع ديباك في شقته منذ
سنوات – بدون علم مني جيري كان قد أخذ بنصيحة ديباك
أيضاً وذهب إلي كوستا ريكا لتجربة دواء من أحد النباتات
المسماة أيبوجا وهي من أصول أفريقية – إنها من أقوي
المنشطات المعروفة للإنسان وجيري كان يأخذها ليري إن كانت ستساعده على كسر
إدمانه – البدر جاء إلى جيري وأراده أن يري لم هو
في وضع سيء طوال حياتي وأنا أعاني من مشاكل الإدمان، الكثير من
المشاكل مع النساء، مشاكل الغرور – التدخين وشرب
الخمر، أيا تكن فقط كنت من المعجبين – لذلك سألت
نفسي ما خطبي ؟ وما حدث بعد ذلك أن جسدي ذهب إلى منزل لم أره منذ
٤٨ عام – لقد كان منزل جدي في سكرانتان – بنسلفانيا وأمام المنزل رأيت نفسي بعمر الثلاثة
أعوام وهذا الطفل يدعوني لأدخل البيت وأنا أنظر إلى
أرضية المنزل، عندما كنت طفلاً سكبت عصير التوت أو العنب الذي انسكب على الحائط
وهذه البقعة كانت على الحائط، لهذه الدرجة كانت
التفاصيل، ثم فتح الولد هذا الباب وكان جدي يتحرش بي عندما كنت في الثالثة القمر أخبر جيري أن يذهب لرؤية جده الميت ويطلب منه
شرحاً لما فعله وأن يعتذر – ذهب جيري لرؤية جده الذي أنكر أن شيئاً حدث وأرسله بعيداً – أخبزته
أن يذهب لوالده ليساعده أن يحصل على إعتذار من جده وقال إنه آسف وأخبرته أنني أسامحه على الرغم من أنه
لن يفعل أي شيء لي والشامان قال لي: عد إلي القمر، فعدت إلى القمر وقلت: أيها القمر، ماذا
يمكنك أن تفعل لي؟ فرد القمر: افتح صدرك، ففعلت ذلك
وإذ بقلبي كان هناك – والقمر أخذ قلبي وغسله – وقلت: ما الذي
يفعله؟ إن القمر يغسله كما لو كان لديه يدين – قد يبدو جنوناً ولكنها الحقيقة – وقلت لشامان، ماذا
يجب أن أفعل به؟ فقال: دع القمر يضعه في يدك اليسار
– فقلت: أيها القمر، هل يمكنك أن تضعه في يدي اليسار؟ – فوضعه في يدي اليسار وقلت: ماذا
تريدني أن أفعل به؟ ضعه في صدرك – وبمجرد أن حاولت
وضعه في صدري تحول للون الأسود مرة أخري فقد ظل بلونه الوردي
لخمسة ثوان وقلت أنا لن أضع هذا الشيء في صدري –
لأنه مقرف فقال لي اطلب منه واحداً جديداً – فقلت للقمر:
أيمكنني الحصول علي قلب جديد؟ فرد بنعم وأعطاني
قلباً جديداً فسألت، ماذا يجب أن أفعل به؟ – فرد ضعه في يدك
اليسار ثم ضعه في صدرك – ثم في اليوم التالي كنت
شخصاً مختلفاً من ذلك الحين لم يلمس المخدرات وإنه يستطيع أن يتناول مشروباً بشكل اجتماعي دون أن يثمل – جمع شمل أسرته و
للمرة الأولي في حياته فهو في علاقة جدية عندما دعيت أول مرة لأجرب دواء النبات ظننت أن
الشخص مجنون، كنت أتسأل كيف تأخذ مخدر لتصل
للروحانية؟ لا أظن ذلك – لم أرد شيئاً بخصوص ذلك وارتعبت – أمي
كانت مدمنة ميث وأنا كنت متأملة وفي النهاية جاءتني هذه المرأة والتي كانت حباً في
حياتي ودعوتني لكي أذهب ولم أستطع الرفض – لذلك
ذهبت – في تلك الليلة قالت لي بأن أكون بعض النوايا حول ما أريد رؤيته – فقلت:
أنا أريد معرفة سبب جذبي لنفس الشخص المعتوه مراراً
وتكراراً وذلك يمتص النورمني؟ والشيء الثاني الذي أردت أن أراه هو ما المفترض أن
أفعل هنا – لذلك تلك الليلة كانت واحدة من أكثر
الليالي إثارة – لقد رأيت من أنا – ما الذي سأفعله هنا – ولماذا أجتذب نفس
الشخص المعتوه مراراً وتكراراً – إنه شيء مذهل
لأنني وجيري نستيقظ كل يوم غير مصدقين أن هذه حياتنا. أحيينا بأنه أنعم علينا بأن نقع في حب صديقنا المقرب – أن
نفعل ما نحب فور عودتي وعندما رآني طفلي أدرك أنني شخص مختلف
وقد عرفوا أن شيئاً تغير ببمجرد أن دخل من الباب رأيت بوضوح الاختلاف – عندما كنت أتحدث له – لقد صدمت – يجب أن
أعطي هذا الشيء للعالم – استنتجت أنه إذا غيره ١٨٠ درجة فماذا يمكن أن يفعل بي؟ أ أول مرة رأيت فيها جيرارد بعد علاجه بالنبات – لم
يضطر بأن يحدثني أو أن ينطق بكلمة – شعرت وأنا
أقترب منه على مقربة ١٥ قدماً وعرفت أنه شخص مختلف – إن الفرص
أن يخرج شخص من أسلوب الحياة القاسي هي نادرة جداً لا رغبة لي بشرب الخمر بعد اليوم – كنت أدخن علبتين
من السجائر يومياً – فوراً أقلعت عن ذلك – لا
يمكنني حتى أن أفكر بتعاطي المخدرات – لا يمكن حتى أن تأتيني فكرة الذهاب
لتعاطي بعض المخدرات إنه مثل زابي – ليس فقط أنني تناولت دواء الأعشاب
وأنهيت إدماني في جلسة واحدة بل وأنني في الواقع
افتتحت مركزاً للناس لكي يأتوا لينمو وعيهم، يعالجون أنفسهم، ينهون إدمانهم وإنه
موجود ويا للهول إنه قائم من تلك المحادثة مع ديباك يوم أن أخبرني أن أقلب ما هو موجود في الإناء
و أن أشربه ذلك قد يبدو جنونياً و لكن القمر أخبرني بأن أذهب و
أشتري هذا المركز و جعله مركزاً للعلاج بالنبات –
أخبرني أي مبني يجب على أن أشتريه – أخبرني كم على أن أدفع
كمقابل – أخبرني كيف أعامل صديقتي – أخبرني كيف
أعامل أولادي – أخبرني أن كل شيء سيكون على ما يرام هذا المكان اسمه ريذميا و أين مكانه؟ قبل ٣ سنوات " ننشئ مكاناً في كوستاريكا" هذه هي المعجزة التي احتجتها – هذا المكان تم
إنشاءه بعد محادثة واحدة و الرغبة بمساعدة الناس أن
تكسر الحواجز أول عيادة من نوعها حيث يمكن للناس أن يزيدوا
وعيهم و أن يعالجوا أنفسهم – بينما أنت في ريذميا
يمكنك أن تحصل علي الاستشارات و التطوير الروحي بما في ذلك برنامج مصمم خصيصاً لريذميا من قبل المحترم مايكل بيكويث و يسمي: الإجابة
هي أنت – إنه برنامج لتكبير الوعي الذي – ١ – يسمح للناس بأن
يكونوا ١٠٠٪ مسؤولين عن حياتهم – أن يخرجوا من لعبة
اللوم و العار و ألا يلوموا الآخرين – ٢ – إنها تنقلك خلال فترة من مسامحتك لنفسك و
مسامحة الآخرين لكي تكون نظيفاً من الداخل ٣ – أن تبدأ باعتناق اهتزازات النوايا و أن يكون
عندك النية و محدداً للاتجاه الذي تريد أن تكون
عليه حياتك – عليك أن تختار ذلك – إن لم نختار فإن التيار التحتي من
المجتمع البشري يختار لك الذهاب إلى مكان مثل ريذميا – إنه مكان حيث يمكنك
حرفياً أن تعود إلى تناغم حياتك المعجزة التي ستحصل عليها هي أنك ستحصل علي الحقيقة
– الحقيقة هي أننا كلنا متصلون بنفس الشيء و أن
الحب هو الشيء الذي يبقينا معاً و عندما تصل إلي تلك
الحقيقة – عندما تصل إلي تلك الحقيقة و ذلك كل ما
أردته من حياتك – و عندما تأتي إلي مكان مثل هذا و تستطيع أن تري أنها
الحقيقة – ثم هناك معجزة أنك أن تبتعد قائلاً:
أتعرف شيئاً لقد خسرت كل شيء خلال عطلة نهاية الأسبوع و
لكنني ربحت حياتي و ماذا يمكنني أن أطلب أكثر من
ذلك خلال الإجازة؟ كل شيء مررت به كان حقاً يستحق لأنه حتي قبل أن
ينتهي الفيلم – كان قد غير العالم بالفعل لأن هذا المكان موجود كل عمل وراءه سبب فهو مدعوم من قبل الطبيعة و عنده
القدرة علي تغيير الأشياء بطرق لم تحلم بها مطلقاً
– كيف يمكنني أن أوجه كل هذه التوصيلات إلي أن يكون
شخصاً مفيداً في المجتمع؟ لأن يعطي بالمقابل – لأنه
بالنسبة لي فالحب هو كل شيء يجب أن يكون عندك طريقة لتدخل تجربة الآياهواسكا
بشكل يومي – لو لمجرد لحظة اختبرنا تجارب تغير الحياة – سيكون السؤال: كيف
يمكن لطاقة هذه النباتات الفائقة أن تكون غير
قانونية للاستهلاك حالياً؟ أو حتي للدراسة؟ اتضح أن إجابة هذا السؤال يمكن أن تكون
أكثر شراً من السبب المأخوذ من الدين – المال – شركات الأدوية مهتمة فقط ببيع أدويتهم المبنية علي
مواد بترولية و التي يحتاج أن يأخذها الناس لبقية حياتهم – هذه الأدوية لا تشفي و لكنها تغطي الأعراض و لها آثار جانبية سلبية للغاية – ها أنا ذا أعيش حياتي
بأكملها مكتفياً بالنباتات و متناولاً للخضروات – و عملي
اليومي هو الوصول لصيغة مبنية علي النباتات لمساعدة
الناس علي حل مشاكل الإدمان – أنا أدين بكل شيء لهذه الأدوات القديمة – أدوية النبات –
التأمل – التنفس – هذه هي بعض من الأدوات التي كانت
جزءاً من تقاليد دينية – حان الوقت لإرجاعها – لقد كونا مجتمع
الواقع الحقيقي لتكوين جيش سلام – لمحاربة العنف
الجماعي في العالم – و لجمع الناس الذين يؤمنون بأهمية ما يحصل داخل
أذهننا معاً مجتمع الواقع الحقيقي سوف يساهم بالتوحيد حول
العالم، و مشاركتك سوف تساعد علي تحقيق ذلك تنازل: المعلومات المقدمة من ديباك شوربا أو أي من
شركاته ليست بهدف العلاج الطبي أو النصح العلاجي، التشخيص أو العلاج. لا يجب أن
تستعمل هذه المعلومات لتشخيص أو علاج أي حالة مرضية
أو مشاكل صحية. ديباك شوبرا و شركاته لا يقدمون أي نصائح طبية أو علاجية.
إن كنت مصاباً أو تعتقد أنك مصاب بمشاكل صحية يجب عليك أن تستشير طبيباً أو معالجاً. بالإضافة
لذلك، ديباك شوبرا و شركاته لا يوصون أو يدعمون أو يقدمون أي معلومات بخصوص كفاءة الأعشاب، الفطريات،
المخدرات، الخدمات، الآراء و أساليب العلاج و أي معلومة تظهر في هذا العرض و إذا ما كانت مناسبة أم
لا. بينما ديباك شوبرا علي قناعة بأن النباتات
المنشطة قد تفتح أبواباً للعلاج و ذلك تحت إشراف طبيب، معلم أو شامان و في
نفس الوقت هو لا يعتقد أنها دواء شامل تنفس ببطء – شهيق – زفير – عند الشهيق فكر بالسلام
– عند الزفير فكر بالفرح سلام عند الشهيق – فرح عند الزفير – نبه قلبك –
تذكر تجربة حب رائعة تذكر تجربة تعاطف رائعة – تجربة فرح عظيمة – تجربة
اتزان رائعة – الأمان يمر و الآن نبه باقي جسدك – و اسمح لكل حواجز جسدك أن
تذوب ببطء و ترتبط مع الأجواء المحيطة – اعرف أن كل حاجز
ما هو إلا خيالي – لا وجود للحواجز لا يوجد حواجز وطنية، لا حواجز قبلية، لا حواجز
عرقية، لا حواجز دينية – كلها مجرد خيال – و لقد
حصرت قدراتنا – نحن النجوم و نحن السماء و نحن القمر،
نحن المجرات، نحن الأفق الكوني نحن الانفجار العظيم، نحن قوانين الطبيعة – نحن
مقياس بلانك، هندسة الزمكان حيث كل شيء يذوب في
الامكانيات حيث القيم الأفلاطونية كالطيبة، الجمال، التناغم،
التطور هي من الركائز و المواد الخام للكون – حيث
الحقيقة الرياضية و أيضاً الحقيقة الموسيقية حيث هناك شعر
الكون، و رقصة الكون و نحن هذه الرقصة يقول رومي: انظر إلي هذه الكلمات تكونت من الفراغ –
نحن أتينا من العدم – نجوم متناثرة مثل التراب – من بين كل الأفكار عن
الصواب و الخطأ، هناك ميدان سنلتقي فيه – لذلك تذكر
الميدان الذي ذهبت إليه – إنه تخطي فعل الصواب و الخطأ –
إنه كان في الميدان حيث أتينا – و حيث سنظل – سأترك
روبيرتو لينهي بأغنيته

«HOSTILE WATERS» ( Rutger Hauer ) ~ Full Movie, Historical, Thriller / Historical Movies, HD

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The True story of how an antiquated Soviet Project 667a Yankee Class Submarine, K-219 collides with a Hunter Killer Los Angeles Class American submarine causing a leakage in the K-219s missile bays, almost leading to nuclear meltdown in its reactors off the shores of Bermuda.

Rutger Hauer – Martin Sheen – Max von Sydow

USA, France, Germany, Britain, – 1997

[Applause] hey next time it'll be your fingers captain to crew silent running miss side targeting your routine about to commence so not so not clear captain scope scope clear captain thank you we have a fix captain updating missile tracking system now okay you know the routine starting to log into the East Coast targets Washington loved Palestine or the present condition circles yeah I said silent running shut up Philadelphia locked we said problem as far few Lee touching it out your club Baker right Reagan and Gorbachev are gonna freeze our butts off in Iceland there's no point negotiating anyway just wait a while Russia's gonna self-destruct we've been waiting for that for a long time Baker pulling the nuke so the North Atlantic is on the table for the summit we could be out of a job well I can think of better ways to serve my country than babysitting boomers I've got a boomer where is he he's dead ahead about 3,000 yards move us in closer for his tanker that was Washington captain there's something behind us sounds like a target the screws breaking up the signal stop the engines he's slowing sorry maybe on to us got the engine this is a captain attention all hands ultra quiet please I say again ultra quiet thank you sonar negative captain Buster look missile tracking complete ahead ten knots left full rudder left full rudder she's banking left captain follow us her no we stay put crazy I haven't coming up she's going to double back this is a Kaplan All Hands stand by for crazy Ivan I say again stand by for crazy Ivan say again sonar she's diving sir still turning disengage the screw screw disengage sir Volodya take over I'll do the key drill now Lauren they can't gb readiness to condition to any motors from you boys you eat shit for the rest morning morning how is your what okay any problems well fuel leak in mr. tube 13 managed the attempted captain be alright for the time being how's your eye it's okay I think it's a good time for you to see the doctor and keep an eye on that lead the good eye good morning Steve see things in Moscow got you at a bad time I was shaking engines we started sir she's off our port beam and circling range 900 yards what's our speed rate 10 knots very well okay morning doctor morning captain no one is sick bay no how you doing whatever it is keep it up lieutenant please confirm that I'm inspecting a nuclear key held by Captain Britain off yes this is to confirm and I'm inspecting the nucleic e held by security officer Shh I know he played lieutenant will you confirm that the key is in good order and secure Yes Doctor please confirm that this key is in good order insecure yes captain I know it's none of my business but Jenny she feels that you ignored every time you meet you just say how's Moscow I know he's KGB but that's all right I'll keep that in mind be nice to accomplish you smell nice Carla how are things in Moscow and 360 complete are we clear nothing to up front sir was the course to 2:03 speed 15 knots increase B 15 knots increase speed to 15 knots where is she son there it's a crazy I haven't served he's turning up so much water I can't make out I understand now give us your best shot she's behind us he's below us she's heading this way captain it's gonna mark before we lose him five four three two now 1000 yards and closing on the port quarter where the hell is she yeah yes she's right underneath hold your course tribe was a contact which stabilizes ship flow the ballast tanks pumps well those ballast tanks can't that she's dropping away I didn't see that stuff where do you see it now yes said I have a submarine right on top of us take this up 20 meters he's right on top of us son incline planes 15 degrees she's coming up again gauge the screw that full rudder bear away left full rudder and bear away I kind of really was pissed he's not the only one damage nothing recorded as yet Sona are they now going to post up keep it steady at 40 meters depth 40 meters can a new course and speed 40 meters what are you thinking you scared the shit out of I take that to the doctor and don't spill it good miss of the galley sir Thank You Sergei just put it down there you should be on much pay me I was just fetching a doctor's tea sir we hit something I don't well an American submarine it's okay wash it out in salt water she initially you're full of shit that story's going to go round about in no time thanks doctor close the hatch come in putting the gas to build up it'll blow any minute meant to silo okay mr. Kaplan easy does it damage control officers prepare your force I say again damage to offices standby yes Sona explosives on the other crafts or Thank You cell 13 miss sabe yes from the four tanks listen he's out mate the both of the bridge threats gotta open it open it he's out my good name say the words the first propellers now yes Johnson well there is the ballast just kept in place 25 this is the captain okay calm down let's call yeah evacuate the compartment quick as you can how's she doing sonar leveling out sir stay well Claire the intensive service because right now we don't have any way of confirming the effect okay so I intend to service and then you go all night they're going up thank God for that no I mean really up they're going to surface say again sonar they're surfacing captain I don't believe it ten o'clock heading north norisse my god a Boomer on the surface if I wasn't seen it with my own eyes I wouldn't believe it Christ say huge mother anything nothing I can't even see the surface there's too much smoke solar yes captain either Los Angeles class attack submarine on the port quarter at 1,000 meters they have no shame check on deck see what damage we have Sen HD all right the stimulant house call you anyone else we go three meals evacuate the through six Shinichi I'm putting you in charge of the aft section then kid you me give the mother through the explosion s cut this boat in half I need a senior officer to take him out of the app section and that is you send someone over as soon as I can in the meantime I need to know exactly what happened to miss out Bay and get some engineers and start ventilation is it the captain needs a damage you leave them to me so babe you never let this fear you make you meet the rest to teach reactor room report please reactor room captain this is belicoff yes both reactors are online no sign of damage good check the backup systems yester pumps how much water they wiII take on that's a guess I would say about 70 tons Pat yeah lock that down 70 times there's so many tons in 15 minutes 15 minutes or 40 meters there 40 meters this is they're going in now okay pivoting go up and open the face captain justice by the end go ahead this mass of his own fuel engine from 2:30 we got sparks flying from engines check the other tubes damage what are the chances of pumping out of fuel sludge upon pump it'll burn like hell what about the fumes it creates if we can't contain them the whole ship will be contaminated and if it builds up the whole of the mr. Bay could blow not only will we be vaporized but the entire mr. seaboard of the United States will feel the heat so what's your solution burn off the fumes before they explode I can't set fire to a compartment I'm on think there's no way to get the crew up here all right come back down here if the fuel ignites how long would it burn 15 20 hours minimum shorts are flooding the bay there's no way of stopping it once it starts I can't allow that long we don't have enough oxygen run get out of there have your fire get back at all make sure to eat the reactors running yes sir you need to power sir my father to suddenly close to Havana will be dead within 48 hours no we're going to head north I'm turning around I see course it's speed zero three five stay zero three five course zero three five go ahead speed full ahead speed full ahead it's moving north we got a lot of smoke what she has sessemann Jack he's on fire explosion that magnitude amidships muscle rupture the fuel line's got this one I think we should alert command we can't break radio silence yeah but they can't control that blaze she stays on the surface anything could happen even a meltdown less than 500 miles off the eastern sea with a sink a trade winds would carry the fallout straight to the coast come on Jack you know procedure as well as idea if commander wants to know what the hell is going on up there they got ways of finding out but Sir enough I cannot break radio silence I'll be in my cabin XO has the Conn I've got the time let's listen another supply with no one moves it doesn't think you understand captain sure nice thing you will fight the fire at all costs you're too close to the reactor it mustn't spread but the fire is in the miss something and it is such that it could trigger the launch of one of the nuclear missiles it's a remote possibility but it's one you should be aware of as they are targeted at the United States no we're doing everything we can general secretary ships on the way captain Kalu's me that airdrop of oxygen the commander his name is Britta no what is he like is this Submariner that's what he's like T they're all the same stuck-up self-confident usually pain in the back son yes I think you should be informed about it for no other reason that they probably know already yes comrade general secretary of course I would keep it for ya sit down he says he won't call Washington unless the situation is serious and when he does it will be to tell them it isn't that he says is what politicians are for he says we have to remember one word Reykjavik gentlemen this is Captain Fesenko the captain was return of number two during his last two missions can I ask what the situation is but he can have some the service about 300 miles east of the you there he's heading north about ten knots he says Foxton buckles to be adopt as a matter of urgency that's all we can get from him with a fire in the missile Bay he'll be really busy the entire technical staff of the Northern Fleet has been assembled to give him advice how can we if he doesn't tell us what's gone wrong that Murrell with respect we're talking about the man who lives and breathes submarines if he needs advice he will ask for it what are his problems first had to contain the fire before it reaches the reactors and second remote as it may seem can he stop the missiles blasting through their hatches and destroying America can he handle a crisis of this magnitude you mean is he likely to loses no is the best man you could have in the situation but Cuba's only two days away any officer with even a modicum of sense would plot a southerly course for Havana why is Britain off heading north well captain he's making for deeper water it's obvious he fears the worst I got another Soviet ship changing course here coming out of Havana that's got to be the crazy on me asking she's in a hurry she always is on a Friday night the crew gets drunk boards late then goes like hell to make up the time maybe but she's a third Soviet ship in the last hour to change course login compute the new course in Spain I'll put it on the table realign the other two Soviet ships that changed course earlier extend their tracks what is it I'm not sure guys check any traffic going in and out of the Bermuda box any Soviet ship that's changed courts within the last few hours and extend their tracks now pumps this captain might be good to put some water in their wall we have a message from Moscow sir they drop of oxygen on its way do they say when morning good morning good morning what do we got every Soviet ship in the North Atlantic off to course deceptive midnight all heading for this spot we picked up one of its sub sebou mer in the air I yesterday we're pretty sure that's where they're heading this degree of response indicates that it has to be in real trouble all right call the White House Situation Room and briefing on what we've got here meanwhile I'll talk about Joint Chiefs berry call my home give my compliments to my wife ask for dissent my uniform the crazy Anya's ski just altered course sir and the Pushkin off of st. George's bank if Yuri triangulate you can get a new intersection somewhere here so that one was moving north what's your speed it averages out at 11 knots sir even the damage that would be able to travel it twice that speed unless she's on the surface I've called the Chief of Naval Operations request we go to threat con Bravo sir and get me a p3 off the ground from Bermuda let's get some photos of this thing you see what the hell we've got here for sure get your man back to 6 really speaking for you pretty new we have confirmation we're on the surface just outside the bermuda box where the hell's our bermuda box he's bullshit about even four miles east why am i right morning Larry jelly White House sent you down to make sure we don't start World War three that's about it sir we got regular coming up it's very important to the president let me bring you up to speed have a seat Thanks now these are the photos it's just been transmitted from III as you can see it's a Bulmer it's on fire see the smoke trailing from the vents and from a missile hatch which appears to be missing missing how we don't know he got it launched what directly or summat well if he launched he didn't hit anything and he's on the surface which means he could still launch his payload what five minutes you hear anything from Moscow not a word Larry I suggest that you contact your boss asked him to call Moscow on that rent phone find out what the hell was happening Admiral you have to understand the political situation is awfully delicate at the moment we're just days away from what may be in a storage on it Sam will you explain to mr. Brock what's at stake here yes sir this is a cutaway of a Boomer this is the missile babe where we believe the fires burning as you can see she is carrying 16 missiles each armed with two six Megaton warheads capable of reaching Boston New York Washington and as far inland as Philadelphia or Atlanta Jesus could the fire caused our missiles to launch if it gets hot enough in the missile Bay it's a definite possibility the ship is powered by two nuclear reactors which are in close proximity to the missile Bay if the fire spreads to the reactor room there could be a meltdown that's a total of over two hundred megatons a thousand times more powerful than the Hiroshima bomb you're assuming all their safeguards can fail in the case of a catastrophic fire yes he's moving northeast into deeper water we assume that the captain is considering scuffling of necessary that brings most of New England into a fallout footprint fallout footprint the radioactive cloud that would drift with the wind if she goes have we got a seven area the Aurora she's standing off at full combat readiness this is Larry any way you cut it this submarine represents a clear and present danger to the safety of this country you've got to alert the president if she makes any move which might be interpreted as a strike must authorized the Aurora to sink her instantly and you should let the Soviets know I'll talk to Washington gentlemen we haven't been able to contain the fire this leaves us with two options a we abandon ship and get picked up by the Americans the implications for Moscow in that event need no further explanation be we open some of our missile hatches execute a short dive the amount of water we would take on board will extinguish the fire but there's a chance that it also might take us to the bottom the only way we can stop the water from over one – is by regaining this surface we would have to claw our way up we have to stabilize the boat second my second I don't want to mislead you this manoeuvre has not been attempted before I think it can be done I need to make a decision now option a abandon ship and get picked up by the Americans be open our missile hatches and dive hey-ya send a message to Moscow let them know what we intend to do normally I would treat this as the product of a deranged mind perhaps you can have been he wants to dive the submarine with the hatches open he's the running out of options so he's decided on mass suicide no sir if he dives her 16 hatches open that's exactly what's going to happen well maybe he should try eight four four not longer than three minutes at the depth of 20 meters during that time if you take onboard enough water to compress the fire against the ceiling of a lower level without compromising the buoyancy but even with the remotest possibility of surviving such attack the American as well construe the raising of the missile doors as preparation for a launch they will have no option but to sink it I don't think that that's stupid would you take the risk if you thought an American submarine was going to launch you wouldn't hesitate or you know that would you that room but we be relying on instinct not so the Americans maybe Iraq that but even if you are wrong I suppose we have no choice abandoning ship and allowing the crew to be rescued by the Americans that's not enough we're in business prepare to die open the missile hatches [Applause] it's a skipper sailor on the double Evans moving close what situation jack opening the missile doors he'll take us the primary attack position into Attack Position now sir this is the captain in a few moments we will start a dive to 20 meters with the missile hatches open this way we're hoping to kill the fire engineers in Moscow advises to stay under no longer than three minutes just to be safe it will take only to be on your posts be ready what's our speed please be 30 knots heading heading zero nine zero farming compute both port and both starboard torpedoes blocked hatches in the open position can't do sir come word overwrite this safety system yes sir the bow planes of assume diving position I say again armed and compute both port and starboard torpedoes increasing speed by the tours but you're not open the doors vents open all vents circles clear baffles captain submarine on port beam at 1500 meters torpedoes around and tubes flooded take us down 20 meters time to 20 minutes to zero I accompany this to zero this is the captain speaking all hands now hear this assume alert status 1 battle stations this is not a drill I say again battle stations this is not a drill what you're doing she's submerging with his doors open bow planes 250 all planes down 15 degrees 30 planes to 0 Knights to 0 holy Christ it's a launch sonar I said so not effective to start jumping doors open service but no ignition skipper prepare to fire starboard a torpedo Wow two minutes active sonar coming this way – pings telling us to back off every day don't be already skip they're trying to put that fire out negative x oh they're trying to launch a goddamn mr. Ronald goddamn missiles skipper this is they're still in place captain they're flooding the missile base I try to put the fire out bullshit who the hell in their right mind would do that jack is desperate sonar still no launch bitch eighty seconds masks yeah yes on our targets resurfaced is everyone in right good well done pops your work good evening mr. captain take your men to the apartment the fire is out get a move did you captain there are here sir everyone check your oxygen not resolve Shanee see here we rollin eight let me see thank you we're the rescue ships coming closer sir we have to cross not miss key on screen I'd like to evacuate most of the men to just keep a small crowd until we vented the whole ship okay yeah that was a problem now controls to the reactors they're not responding the cables must have burned through backup systems gone cooling down pumps are not functioning but we're still getting fission the situation is getting critical we need to get someone down there to lower those rods yes captain telex the polar buffer ten case take away captain the powers bunk to the thousand a neutral person to neutral switch to battery switch to batteries tell Belikov is going to get in there and wipe down those rods we've only got four bottles of oxygen left that'll be enough just get him and somebody who isn't going to breathe a lot into that chamber you mean one of the kids yeah one of the kids hurry this is a difficult situation give it to me straight Jenna this is enough time not yet what if you're wrong if I'm wrong the difference with make we could still dive to the bottom and let them melt out happen there we save a lot of lives still with a chance you're wanting pre minion come on if you do this right to get a medal Don come on who's coming with me Romanian here good man you done this before no no problem just follow me how many bottles of oxygen that we go for she's down by the head planes at one eight zero degrees it's like she's losing power captain I hear you Sona picking up an alarm can you ID soda it sounds like a reactor malfunction I'm relaying it now exhale back us off full powers down its verse the scroll full powers to get a message to command Jack top priority we've got a serious situation here you see anything very me who's with Romanian right Jesus Mary we're looking at a meltdown the winds are on shore the freshening – 20 knots if those reactors go it's gonna make sure noble look like a backyard barbecue I understand that the president has to at least alert the governors of the New England states the White House doesn't want the news to get out they're afraid of it does they're gonna have the whole eastern seaboard stampeding for safety which is gonna cause a lot more damage than some hypothetical meltdown that is not what this is about and you know it if it gets out that the collision between a Soviet and American sub has endangered the whole eastern seaboard the summit is dead and the peace process with it we got a we got a unique opportunity yo give me that Paris strike a shit a president called it right the first time an evil empire we couldn't trust them before and we can't trust them now and we sure as hell can't trust one of their subs sitting off our coast with 32 warheads and its hatches open politicians weren't running things we would have sunk in an hour ago that's exactly why the politicians are running things right look if those reactors melt down and dump a radioactive cloud on Boston that's gonna damn sure kill your peace process and several million Americans along with it this order is direct from the White House the matter is top-secret no one is to know temperature in the reactor chamber is it stabilizing it's getting hotter pumps build up the pressure innate problem getting those guys down to there unless we keep the pressure between the two compartments equal let's just get the Box down first get the cutters Moe from Moscow said they want to report on the status of the reactors did you report it no sir they said the Americans were under the impression that we have a problem what shall I tell them tell them the truth that's all we have yes sir okay Sergei just watch what I do we've got four runs two for each reactor we have to get them all down janna what's going on captain the first rod is down just captain the first reactor is shut down should I take over no it's okay I'm alright we're gonna have to take over belicoff is fast now but both men are with us and the reactor room is sealed good they still want to go captain the fourth Lord's not down yet he wants to speak to you said okay this is the captain can you get back in there yes sir we've got the last available air don't take too long no problem sir you've got one bottle of oxygen left that's all what's it like in there if it's hot little each other yanari increase the pressure in here oh we're not gonna be able to get that door open I'm aware of that coverage in HD control tell him he's running out of time it's dropping it's jumping continues is pretty nice the last throat is thumbs good job Sergei get the hell out of there traditionally release the hatch tell Moscow reactors are shut down the pressure is rising in the reactor room because of the heat we need to raise the pressure at eight to make the two compartments equal this is the Catherine Department eight whoever's without life support moving in compartment nine connection you need to decrease the pressure and get the RAM ready just in case I need it come on keep going back to 9 dr. Nam everyone is in nine except the working party and their compartment is sealed off gotcha bumps bring the pressure of it aged as fast as you can I'm bringing up oppression down to the big speech the Richie please captain Tim is with the stunt Sergei that's a valve that's all right we use the RAM shinichi start using the wrap yes you know it's okay if it's hard for you to speak just tap the microphone there it's like she needs to be cool 78 when I tell you to get to the hedge I have to move fast I know you're low on oxygen but you can do it so yeah do you hear me just hold on a few more seconds does such a good job you saved the boat to save all of us as far as I'm concerned you said the entire East Coast of the United States that's quite an achievement for someone who's funny that'll be something to remember when you get home and we'll all be home in a couple days so you've got to make this last effort now have two Mike's so I know you understand okay Sergey can't pressures rising at eight if we're not careful they're going to have the same problem there as we did in seven okay so hey make your move now get over to the hatch when you feel it move you've got to help you've got to pull sir Raja precious pricing fast we could lose them all clear the hedge close it there are six men in eight on life for six captain this is as no five we're taking on too much water the class Nevada miss key is now alongside captain to the crew abandoned ship are you coming with us are we right now fires out the actor has been shut down thank God well Larry looks like the president is gonna get his summit after all hope he doesn't give away tast or tell operations to stand down aye sir gentlemen thank you get some sleep I lucked out this time mr. Brock and you know it next time I hope we sink the son of a bitch [Applause] [Applause] she's going down this is the captain boomer is going down standby for secondary detonation I say again stand by the secondary detonation 1,000 feet 2,000 feet 3000 feet five thousand feet and still accelerating sir speed 50 knots stand by for the big one gentlemen so no still nothing sir Jack take a message for commands please boomer sank at 2230 hours depth sonar 18,000 feet sir crew evacuated with no apparent casualties there was no secondary detonation from ship's reactor or onboard missiles request air and sea recon to monitor radiation we are standing by not celebrating lieutenant no no sir I'm not thinking about those men actually I'm thinking about the over 200 megatons worth of radioactive material that's been dropped in the Atlantic well given the alternative I'd say we have a great deal to be thankful for he must be a remarkable man captain hmm I'm not sure the Kremlin would agree versucci' I think he's talking to headquarters so how are things in Moscow well I spoke to the Admiral he argued a case but there was nothing he could do he wants me to take possession of the law book code books and the nuclear keys all right the key captain captain no men are asking for you captain I'll need your party card company attention officers and crew of the k2 one night all present and correct sir officers and Men of k21 9 we are overjoyed at your safe return you will spend a few days at the recreation camp near here where you will be debriefed then you will go home to your families your courage in the past few days has been in the highest tradition of the Soviet Navy it is my privilege to honor some of you from the recommendation of your captain Romanian Sergei Sergei bitch Romanian Sergei Sergei bitch still on patrol sir Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met as planned and Reykjavik Iceland President Reagan expressed his condolences on the loss of life aboard the k2 1-9 although the United States government denied any involvement in the sinking of the submarine upon their return to the Soviet Union the crew of the k2 1-9 was broken up and assigned to different ships in the North Atlantic captain Burton ah've was dismissed from the Soviet Navy

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your discretion is advised the Wolves of Wall Street five Flyers should work hard there's no day off from the market if you don't produce them you're worthless and sometimes play harder money drugs women it's true daddy across town dealers are cashing in each trip can be anywhere from you know ten thousands of normally a little more everyone's playing the win making well over six figures close to seven make you Millions and you leave but some stand to lose more than this shirt there was a drug overdose death today stop trying to hide it stop acting like it's not going on it's an epidemic right now Wall Street the financial capital of the world where brokers take big risks for even bigger rewards and for some success goes hand-in-hand with excess after a day spent wrangling multi-million dollar trades Luke is ready to kick back Wall Street people a lot of money a lot of cocaine a lot of sex a lot of drugs Luke's already made tens of thousands of dollars but he's about to close the most important deal of his day with quality the goal and money no object everyone I'm Serrano would make six or seven figures when you have that type of money really it really doesn't matter you want to get the highest pure drug so someone has something that's ninety three percent pure then I'd pay top dollar for that I mean it can range from $200 and I could pay ten thousand dollars at these prices Luke expects the coke to come to him I'm never gonna travel to get drugs I just call so long and it's delivery where I'm it someone's in the common 10 minutes so someone's in the common 17 the other person come in 25 I'm gonna pay the first guy Luke's first come first buy attitude puts the dealer's he uses head-to-head so when they get the call they have to move fast a good start is crucial this guy's been the commodity broker on Wall Street for a while now you know what I mean and he makes a lot of money and he's been a consistent good client and all so far it's what we call on the streets good money but to satisfy his client a speedy delivery won't be enough Z needs to source the purest product he can find I always want to keep him happy so the end of the day I bring him the best I can get and that requires a quality test first the basically what I'm trying to do is test the purity of my product and the quicker it dries on the cold spoon better it is see the amount that's coming back that told you oh right there they always request for pure stuff I mean always always always always like that's why they would call me this is definitely a lot more pure than you see on the streets with quality guaranteed Zee can triple his money for this he's gonna give me in $1,500 but now the toughest part of the transaction begins the Wall Street guys they get it delivered to them so they don't even gotta leave their comfort of their environment the riskiest thing is delivering I mean you can't be looking out of place New York's financial district is one of the most heavily policed and surveilled areas in the entire world dealers like Z have to move their product into what locals call the ring of Steel zees client is based in the financial district but Z's drugs will be coming from across the river in West Brooklyn it's up to him to penetrate Wall Street's defenses to make the same to reduce the risk Z relies on a special group of runners he wore the mask for what not as you can see who work undercover so this is basically my terrorist getup and le got I'm wearing a nice little shoes we got the camera over here we got the backpack let me see what you got uh yeah you know I need though you gotta fold it up you're joining taking pictures of the architecture whatnot you know it's a beautiful neighborhood you know one day might look like your Chinese delivery guy you know I mean the next day might look just like some tourist but tonight there's an added challenge well my run is who is one of our new fresh faces don't really trust him too much so this is sort of a test run if you will the runner not only has to prove he's loyal he's got to be quick because the chances are he's got competition on the other side of Brooklyn another dealer is also fixing to make a run to Wall Street yo what's going on man all right beep about 20-30 minutes I should be T it doesn't just take the body takes a soul Alpo must also race downtown this pot for those others Wall Street people mangas you know they spend a hot inside of time no thousand dollars you know samphire honey they like the bar big JT regular no grand title deep Z knows he's up against the clock especially with the rookie making the delivery new runners I got to do this it calls for some extra legwork for me because I got to make sure you know this fresh new face does exactly what I tell them to do Susie Desai's to shadow him so I'm gonna be making sure he drops off and follows my directions everything to the tee and I'm gonna collect my money as soon as he's done Alpo doesn't use a runner he figures if you want a job done right you do it yourself but he does it with a style all his own you know I'm just nice no no we smoking in the car like that put on some know some Marvin Gaye music or something to calm our nerve no no gangster music nothing like that you know cuz you know what's listening to that's what your mentality going to to get into Manhattan quickly elbows taking a gamble by crossing the Williamsburg Bridge zees already downtown and he's beginning to relax i prefer having richer customers because i can make more profit if i overcharge them or they'll always call me because they don't run out of money I feel like we're exactly the same we're businessmen I mean this is just what it is I mean daring it to make money I'm in it to make money they're making money I'm making money so we have a lot of things in common except what we don't have in common is they get high Z makes it to the drop-off point but as runner and product are nowhere to be seen if Alpo doesn't get there fast he might lose a client but he hits a snag heavy traffic on the Williamsburg Bridge no try that now keep the veils paid up confidence slump so we do it by any means necessary Z's runner still hasn't shown and Z's getting a little anxious and I'm waiting for my kid to come right now make the drop well I'm definitely gonna try to be as inconspicuous as possible and he should be coming around the corner in a minute I got my own money on the line and I got a good clientele who I do not want to lose on the line as well with the runner still missing Z's worried his client will go with the first dealer to show up Alpo has cleared the bridge yeah we'll take care this business right now yo yeah you gotta do this right now Z's runner finally confirms that he's close they don't have a moment to lose all right this kid's away and I don't like to keep him waiting so hurry up I'll make sure it did go smoothly and call me when it's dark he might have been late but Z's runner makes up for it with a super fast drop all right so successfully seen this kid make the drop it's time to go pick up that glob Alpo has been beaten by the traffic Z is $1,500 richer but only if he sees the cash and right now that's in the runner's pocket across town commodity broker Luke has also taken a delivery of a batch of coke but he doesn't use the drug only for partying coke when I don't have it life is hard to consider myself an addict I would have to say Who function gets me up in the morning I could get a 15 hours worth of work done in eight hours and in my trade that's what it requires because if you don't produce then you're worthless I guess I have a knack with making money and cocaine makes it 50 times better for a Friday I could spend anywhere from a thousand to five thousand dollars an item on cocaine not just for myself I would buy for everybody and then vice versa a one two three four ounces of cocaine to go between 20 30 people mostly partying but I'm not gonna lie I do use it 80% of the time with a client base willing to pay top dollar its bonus time for drug dealers II but first his runners got to show up with the money Z's arranged to meet him at a stash house Z double checks the cash he's not taking any chances the high quality cocaine Z and his competitors sell isn't easy to come by from Latin America it makes a long and risky journey north in the process driving up the demand and the risk dealers take to smuggle it into the country at John F Kennedy Airport Customs and Border Protection officers defied a daily battle against drug needles trying to make it through with concealed product in Terminal four a flight from Guiana has just landed and how long you think you're gonna be any food smuggling drugs disguised as food there's a common ploy Customs and Border Protection officers are trained to look for nervous passengers with inconsistent stories and what's this the man seems a little evasive officer felt pushes further with his suspicions raised officer felt takes the can for an x-ray the result of which will decide if this man walks free or goes to prison at New York City's JFK Airport customs officer Robert felt has found a can of fruit salad that he believes contains illegal drugs besides the fact that this can it doesn't have any liquid in it and it's supposed to it's fruit salad and light syrup okay I don't feel any liquid in it it seems a little heavier than it should be and the picture on the x-ray machine is showing that it's totally uniform inside which means the entire can could possibly be filled with powder the x-ray is not showing any pieces wedges of fruit or anything like that so maybe we'll get lucky sometimes we're right on these sometimes we're wrong officer felt goes back to the passenger did you buy this what was the name of the store that you bought it in listen this to us is a little bit unusual because of the x-ray so I'm gonna put a hole in it all right we're gonna open it up and hopefully you it's just fruit doesn't smell right smells weird sir that look like fruit salad to you I believe this check this fella has a concealment in that fruit salad camp so there's a good chance that's cocaine with probable cause to hold the passenger officers must now prove that the contents of the can is an illegal substance this is the candidate we started to open out at the exam table and I doubt very much that that's fruit salad okay this is a positive test it would be positive for even a trace amount the DEA lab will tell us what the purity is I got to talk to the passenger so you're under arrest for the importation and smuggling of cocaine you have the right to remain silent what we're gonna do is call some special investigators if you want to help yourself you can talk to them if you want to remain silent that's your option if the guy turned out to have three cans each cans probably weighs about probably over between four and five pounds so I'm guessing the seizure is probably about like 12 pounds so it's a goodly amount it's a concealment that we've seen many times in the past he's probably gonna do a lot of time because of the weight in fact officers discovered this drug mule was smuggling twice that amount 10 kilos now he's facing a minimum three years in prison cocaine is one of the most popular drugs among the Wolves of Wall Street but another homegrown drug prescribed by doctors is taking the street by storm and in the eye of that storm is lady fats cocaine at one time was the biggest thing in the street keeping on top of Wall Street's changing appetite has kept lady fats in the game for 20 years pharmacist it's not a man as well as a woman's world wall street's addicts may play hard but they work harder and lady fats as a big stash to help keep them performing at peak efficiency adderall pills you go into the wall street they want a hundred and twenty of them three hundred of them and then once they get hooked they like that high they don't want that other high that made them almost lose a job or messed up on a case when they was in court they don't want that high they want a holiday staple function and keep a job lady fats is based in Brooklyn the industry has been good to her this is just one of the many stash houses she owns in the area she's high in the drug supply chain and only deals in bulk it's one so if I have ten customers for a day but getting rich isn't without risk especially when trying to penetrate the security around Wall Street so lady fats ain't takin no chances in a Brooklyn stash house drug dealer lady fats is preparing a large order of adderall and she'll use a runner to make the Wall Street delivery to keep the location of her stash house a secret she's arranged to meet him deep in the hood a real danger for this drug queen if something happens to me in the street is because they want the pills you have a lot of people that's ready to rob me I'll be the biggest target she makes a fast drop deep in the East Brooklyn projects now a major a dural order is one step away from a new breed of user on Wall Street guarantee you you have a high more percentage of pill poppers than anything else there that's the biggest thing be much more easy to hide when they come to drug testing so why not take these they could go get a prescription for the pill they can do different types of things to cover up that drug in a system that's a high that they want to give up because they can get high and go to work one of lady fats most trusted runners his whole lot for a 20% fee he'll risk penetrating Wall Street's ring of steel but is definitely where I started based in Brownsville Brooklyn whole lotta takes high risk deliveries for high reward in his bid to escape the East Brooklyn project's came home no I'm not gonna stop doing it and that means evading the cops and moving to a bigger market started making crazy money more than what I would normally make you really gotta have a plug meaning like you got to know somebody who knows somebody to just go on Wall Street and blend in with the rest of them whole Ladas taking the subway to Wall Street but first he's got to walk to the station with 200 illegal pills and once he's in the subway the chance of getting caught goes up it's a lot of police down in the subways day you know whatever you having with the drug dog the canines sniffing in our closet it's a 30 minute ride for Brownsville to the financial district 30 minutes of risking a run-in with the law with a quick change of jacket hole Laden outlooks every inch the bonafide wolf of Wall Street now kind of like train myself to blend it with these dude when I first started going to I was in the hoodies suede with the family to provide for he can't risk standing out when I got a deliver that is just me my high Kimsey and he's about to enter the NYPD's ring of steel about who's watching me and it's like bull a fauna throw me on the done in lower Manhattan drug dealer whole lotta is in character a wolf on Wall Street delivering adderall to another Wall Street hound he reaches the drop-off location and makes the delivery on his way out he's even got time to catch a cup of coffee he's got away clean this time in a downtown apartment building stockbroker Jonathan is about to get high he works for one of Wall Street's biggest institutions there's no day off from the market see it's an endless cycle is every day you had to keep alert you have to know what's going on if you are not in the know even for a second or a minute day that can be a dramatic fall for your whole entire portfolio since the Wall Street Crash of 2008 employees are under greater pressure to perform you have all day you're looking at the international markets you're looking at the emerging markets see you need an edge so Jonathan has a crutch to help him stay on top I can say a $20 Hill can earn me 25 to 30 thousand from this one pill because I'm so focused and I know what to do and how to generate certain things I'll take one right before bed I wake up in the morning it takes me maybe two or three to start off the date but Jonathan must keep his adderall habit a secret from his colleagues it's a cutthroat kind of industry I mean we're all salesmen we're all salesmen so if I know that you're doing something if he knows that I'm doing something I mean they're gonna bring it up and then all of a sudden you'll see from the HR department oh well it's time for that random drug test I mean if you think about it it kind of sociopath because like yeah you can't show any of the emotions that you really feel you have to put on this persona of what you're supposed to present or where you're supposed to be but Wall Street isn't where Johnson's addiction began at first I started off in college and it was basically because I had I had a couple of papers I'm sorry I took adderall and energy drinks and basically I was never asleep and when Jonathan graduated so did his adderall and it's been working for me ever since I mean I've done coke a couple of times but it's so short-lived and makes no sense I mean you feel great and you can do anything but you're not as clear and focus your alert and your kind of paper but you're not who you normally are need something that will keep me at that straight line without this I probably wouldn't be in the industry anymore because I wouldn't be able to manage the pressure and I'm just being completely honest there's no possible way but what goes up must come down the come down from abusing adderall is intense to take the edge off some high flyers are turning to a more sinister drug in Wall Street's a lot of people are doing it they started with the pills the oxycodones 30 milligrams oxycontin's 80s you could just buy heroin for quadruple the high and keep it a price and dealers like Z are investing in this deadly emerging market oh yeah how to referral from my friend who wants a little taste it's not only cocaine anymore it's also before I wasn't used to them asking me for these types of products now they do I don't really consider myself a drug dealer I'm an opportunist I see an opportunity to my season carpe opportunity Z is fixing to sell a stash of heroin to do that he must follow the money and that means leaving Wall Street and tracking the high rollers out of town to their homes these can be a lot of money these guys when they throw their parties they like to purchase a lot of product especially if it's good quality hobnobbing at suburban parties as Z up with a connect in a neighborhood favored by some of Wall Street's wealthiest execs Greenwich Connecticut lies at the heart of the richest stretch of real estate in the United States a short commute from Manhattan its famed for its ballooning hedge fund industry it plays host to the Titans of Wall Street and an increasing number of dealers as you can see across the water here is Manhattan and most of the drugs that we see coming into town are coming from New York most of the drugs are flowing north and the money is flowing south there's a lot of money here it's a very wealthy area frequently referred to as the Gold Coast and where there's money there's drugs Manhattan is guarded by a security ring of Steel but in this suburb the borders are open and with a referral to a new client zees got a chance to break into the lucrative Greenwich market each trip can be anywhere from you know ten thousand you know normally you know a little more basically I'm gonna go write the ISIF in Greenwich Connecticut and you know he wants a little taste he only ordered a small amount just one Bunny he wants to see what I have sergeant Hildebrand has been on the force for 17 years and he knows that the rich and powerful communities like Greenwich Harbor a dark secret there's been an enormous spike in heroin use in the whole northeast region it's an epidemic right now and it has not skipped over Greenwich by any means any drug whether it's pharmaceutical heroin cocaine finds its way to the money and that's Wall Street and communities like Greenwich but in the nation's wealthiest neighborhood sergeant Hildebrand and his colleagues are struggling to get the community to take the drug threat seriously denial is a major problem and I think more so in these rich communities but that's that's what the drug that's what the stigma of being a drug addict will do it's nobody wants a dirty little secret proactive with my drug enforcement plus I'm driving a vehicle that's all marked up and it's basically a rolling billboard so I can't sit anywhere and do any sort of surveillance and watch people selling or buying drugs because I'm driving a billboard or gets out amongst rug dealers very rapidly dad nobody's walking around with hats on backwards and hoodies and jumping out of unmarked cars and making arrests well that's not going on that empowers drug dealers to come into that community the cops hear a busting supply but they're shoveling sand against the tide these packages are all relating to heroin cases that we've seen here in Greenwich recently heroin is much more affordable at the street level much cheaper than than purchasing oxycontin and much more readily available because it's a legitimate the ripple effect of that has been an incredible spike in heroin abuse and the ripple effect of that is they take too much that they can't and they can't handle it and they end up dead the clock is ticking and Greenwich an insatiable appetite for drugs is inviting ambitious dealers into this affluent community and where heroin goes death is never far behind all right so I'm about to pull up to this spot right now can't really have you guys compromising this so you guys gonna have to wait in the car you guys are gonna have to give a couple minutes just right here I'm gonna need you guys to cut the camera because Kenny this compromise I'm gonna just stay rid of this in Greenwich Connecticut and easy commute to Wall Street dealer Z has just delivered heroin to a financial industry clients has anyone overdosed off my products to be honest achoo I don't know but according to the laws of probabilities in math you know the chances are that yeah definitely it is happened how it was a very dangerous drug it anything very very dangerous drug did this to my opinion it's the devil I understand what I'm doing is wrong I know what Judgment Day happens if in mine I'm probably gonna have to answer for some sins someone dies off your back cops are coming after you that's probably one of the most dangerous things to happen to your operation I don't know but hopefully these penitentiary chances that I take will be able to get me the mansion by the lake but the heroin trade comes with consequences at the Greenwich Police Department officers are responding to a potential drug-related death hi I'm Sergeant Hildebrand how are you are there detectives there now okay great thank you all right so there's three patrol officers up there right now and some detectives are on the scene and that this factor doesn't know too many details about what happened just that there was a 20 year old female that overdose from heroin today and there what appears to be heroin and they're currently investigating the scene now so we'll get some more details when we get there looks like it's this house right here the deceased person here she works at the station girl here when she there and she lives here Oh gotcha Isis finish gotcha gotcha so what happened was she was normally supposed to work Sunday in 92 she came in for work normally on Saturday when she didn't show up on Sunday the owner found out and thought it was uncharacteristic of her with the assistance of their computer they had the house I tracked down the parents and they made the notification to contact so they should be flying back like the next couple hours all right cool yeah all right thanks dudes see ya so I think you pretty much heard the general gist of the story it's a typical scenario that we see over and over again it's the neighborhood is an affluent area it's a pretty wealthy area and it just goes to show it reinforces the fact that there are no walls that are gonna keep drugs out of our community or any community heroines finding its way in and it's doing damage it's clearly an epidemic and something needs to be done everyone has to live with this from those two cops right there they have to live with what they just saw to the family that has to deal with this forever they have to live with it so what we need to do what the police need to do what the community needs to do is address it stop trying to hide it stop acting like it's not going on get out there and deal with it educate kids keep kids from using drugs and keep us from standing here videotaping this is tragic this is membrane these customers they'll always be the demand what's going to be created tomorrow to get everybody off drugs I don't think anything

10 Days = Wife: Love Translated (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

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Modern day dating can be a real headache. For men with little experience or those burned by an ugly divorce, the idea of looking for a wife in a foreign country, known for its solid family values, seems like a viable solution. Come on this personal journey with ANASTASIA DATING TOURS!

Ten men are determined to find a spouse during their trip to the city of Odessa, Ukraine. They have only ten days but countless opportunities to meet the right woman or fall for a scammer in this land of stunning beauties. Not all men are losers and not all women are gold diggers, but the abundance of romantic opportunities brings out the best and the worst in human nature.

Another World – Action, Horror, Sci-Fi Full Movie

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In a post-apocalyptic future, a biological warfare program gone wrong leaves only four survivors defending themselves from “the infected” – mindless killers. As they struggle to survive and make sense of what is happening, they find another survivor, intent on revealing the truth.

Director: Eitan Reuven
Writers: Michael Birinbaum, Shlomi Aviner
Stars: Larry Butchins, Zach Cohen, Susanne Gschwendtner

some say it was all caused by a virus and truthfully it's much more logical than some apocalyptic event of biblical proportions a virus sounds more likely something tiny invisible carried within us a collection of molecules a set of commands fragments of microscopic codes that frucht wherever there is life waiting to attach themselves to any living creature and to unleash the malicious program upon it yes a virus sounds to me a much more likely called ah you can help instead of just sitting there there anymore only a few seconds you sure you want to forget about the doctor thinks someone's badly hurt he dies someone contracts a disease that requires medical attention he dies we don't need a doctor we don't need a doctor but we want one well I think a risk you want one you think a doctor can give you more information forget about it it's a waste of time all that's left is to keep moving and attacking as fast and as fierce as possible until they die from lack of food and water and become extinct information is power we need the information so the initiative remains in our hands not that kind of information well what about hiding in some remote desert until this whole thing blows over in the desert we'll need a medical expert for sure trust my calculations all we need is two trucks loaded with it's too dangerous they can always turn up when we at least prepared and then we'll be trapped that's not true come on remember when we met after everything fell apart you were sitting on your ass waiting for a sonic boom and a downpour two nuclear warheads the glanza place only if their bombers I told you if there I see BMS or cruise missiles you won't hear a thing before the explosion but we digress look a one point or another we'll need to settle in one spot and we'll need someone with medical know-how when settling in one spot is an option perhaps but until then my way is the only way keep moving keep attacking when we say when where and how well that's not the issue is it you're simply dying of curiosity the curiosity will get you killed so I'm curious so what I don't get you aren't you even a bit curious you wake up one day and everyone around you has turned into mindless bloodthirsty pissed-off zombies and you don't want to know how or why it happened no I don't besides I need to renew my chemical stock not to mention it's my turn to choose our next destination a deployment location where we can prepare for an ambush agreed then a hospital you choose the one and we're good to have relative let's go you know your way around the hospital yes rule 3 1/8 would see go there lock yourselves in and wait go how unlucky can you get I'm looking for a doctor and we find a nurse and a girl instead my sister isn't a nurse she's a senior doctor I know not just some girl who you reveal too many details to two complete strangers before we've even asked a question there's no time for this we have to get out of here okay it's okay one of ours we booby-trapped the entire place that's not right we run before no time turn over the bed coming in done shoot yeah get it now you're the one who set up that nice little kills I'm out there nice very nice all you have to do is just stand then pull your trigger what do you want what do I want look at this look at this they got me I'm infected you get that I'm fucking infected know what I want you to take this thing out of me I want to cure you understand the cure and you're gonna give it to me you're out of all people I knew you'd come eventually you and your conned now what I want is for you to take this thing out of me you know him you can say we know each other oh my laughs are being hunted down by he's conned what are you a general no yeah but too young for that maybe our captain Oh major gorica no you must be a colonel he's right about one thing part of my job was to hunt down freaks like him so yeah you could say we know each other don't patronize me you're not in the position to patronize me I'm holding the cards now that can't see me I'm infected that means I'm invisible truly invisible so you better come up with something quick you better come up with something or else till they actually now do you know him or not now personally should have killed him he had the chance you let him out of the room you pitied him if you did that's the first time you let any emotion get the better it doesn't matter he's dead and you have you doctor I know you were a soldier an officer I guess that must be hard aiming a gun and shooting at someone not infected i mean ii thought he said he was do you understand what he meant by that forget it he's dead and you better stop asking questions before you expose more details to two complete strangers so you're a doctor I'm sure you understand these things better than us what do you think he meant that he's not infected I mean someone who's infected turns into I mean you know how can he be infected and still control himself it has an incubation period okay how'd he get infected in the first place he had to have been infected by one of them and those wounds and look deep enough to be animal bites you think that let it go there'll be time enough for your questions it must be almost nine o'clock if you turn the radio she's right we almost forgot it's almost 9:00 you listen to him too yeah of course every day at night do you think it's him talking or recording I don't know someone broadcasting must be manually operated radio broadcast or a pre-recorded program that comes on every day at 9:00 wait you are worrying me I'm supposed to be the cynical one the skeptic they're not without feelings you're the son of a bitch remember the purposeful one who lacks emotion stays on the move one let's go it's probably already started perhaps it came with the rodents small elusive merciless spreading disease and death at times eating the remnants of the strong other time is preying on the weak emerging from the dens of night trading dinosaurs nests devouring their eggs systematically destroying the mighty creatures perhaps that's the nature of progress the new devouring the own tears added a thousands of tiny pieces until it perishes perhaps progress is innocence a type of extinction unavoidable like the time and death that accompanied it step into my office remind me what it is we're doing here exactly we are setting up traps for the kill zones then we lure the infected and we butcher them I know it sounds absurd at first our initial instinct is to entrench ourselves in one spot or if you don't want to get trapped simply run away or stay out of trouble but no I mean I get that part we're in charge we chase them not the other way around what I mean is what are we doing here with all of this water and lectures electrodes well we are dividing the waters from the waters and making a firmament that we will call heaven it's it's electrolysis it's breaking down water into hydrogen and oxygen I'm hoping to create a large enough amount of hydrogen in a closed space so that at any given moment only a small spark and everything explodes everything in theory of course truth is I tried it several times it didn't go so well I guess I couldn't create a large enough amount of hydrogen in the closed space to get a substantial blast I don't know maybe I didn't seal the spaces well enough or maybe I didn't have enough containers with electrodes but whatever the reason we're we're doing it now that's beautiful thanks I'm glad somebody appreciates my originality not him though D&D and gunpowder until he cares about I mean the metaphor it's like God turning water into the heavens that that's not original this religious fanatic join one of the forums I managed it once some scientist or pseudo scientist I don't know the kind that tries to explain the Scriptures through science you know anyways he raised the theory that this is how God created the heavens by transmitting an electric current through the prehistoric waters it's good theory I didn't let him off that easy I asked him hey where did the nitrogen in the air come from still waiting for an answer where the nitrogen came from or how the heavens are created yeah do you like it what's it for sound just like my father why does everything have to have a purpose why can't we do things just for the sake of doing them do you like it or not aesthetically yes but but it serves no purpose right say don't you think beauty as a purpose of its own that it can exist just for the sake of wealth beauty can't we do things for no reason at all say eat something because it tastes good or hear music or draw a picture just for fun all right if you're done in school what you learn about the rifle can't believe you just like him purpose purpose purpose there can be beauty in purpose and function – you know follow me come on go what entry weapons that way we need to leave negative outside that can close in on us from all directions here there's only two directions and according to you the rescue is on the way soon as it arrives we'll make a run for it and get out of here [Applause] the rescues here No No [Applause] so the second time they attack us instead of us waiting for them something's not right it doesn't mean anything's wrong either what is wrong is for the third time we've been attacked from the direction you've been observing and instead of working on her shooting skills you're playing The Alchemist you still owe me an answer iron City from what I've seen with my own eyes the time between infection and outbreak shifts from a few seconds to several minutes but I've only seen a few cases so I can only go by that that's the same as what I've seen up till now and that's what I read in all the official reports before everything fell apart but that guy at the hospital we have no reason to believe he was actually infected I don't know it's hard to explain but I feel like he wasn't lying we don't know what this thing is and we don't know how its transmitted from one person to another and we don't know who he is or what he is in any case I'm not the right person for this discussion as far as I'm concerned it's over but if you insist you've got him now if you don't mind I have more important matters to attend to take a quick break drink some water straight back purpose purpose purpose this way it's just like that you're right but he's not I'm falling into that trap are you sure it's not too soon you fired more weapons on the range than most recruits do during weeks of basic training assuming you get used to killing as sooner they will get this thing over with we'll just have to go on we have to make traps and wait around with guns and kill just a few more months sweet hunter I promise in a few months this nightmare will be over and we'll find a quiet spot where we can put all these horrible things behind us okay well must always make traps stand by with weapons wait it's never really over a merely rest bites that's all you don't really believe that that's a strange way of looking at things through a rifle sight with no hope for something better something else the moment winner they were bombarded with a cloud of steam they were totally blinded oh you should have seen all the water turned into steam inside the container and a few charges would have done the job probably even better and maybe that's how the heavens were created a huge heat source boiled the water but it's only steaming okay okay if if the temperature is high enough and I mean really high the water disintegrates into its elements but but now the chemistry lesson is over and we have real work to do there anymore it is possible they killed each other the predatory dinosaurs simply disobeyed the laws of balance just like man perhaps one or several dinosaurs became so skilled at killing that they eradicated entire species I know it doesn't sound likely after all the ecosystem was supposed to intervene the more the population of prey decreases the smaller the population of predators becomes allowing the prey to recover and so forth the only exception to this equation is man but how do we know man is the only one before all this began I used to watch these scenes for hours to observe the basic power the creation of matter from nothing there's no greater truth than that what else here [Applause] [Applause] just a guy with the dinosaurs that's it do you think there's still a government out there there's always something that's what civilization is all about isn't someone tells others what to do gives them orders and in return lives at their expense yeah by your definition if there's no government and there's no civilization I don't know if there were a functioning government it probably cleansing entire area with nuclear weapons and we wouldn't be here and maybe it'll still happen who knows well in that case we won't know anything until it's over oh that all depends if they're ICBM czar cruise missiles you won't hear a thing but if they're airplanes then you have two options subsonic Wilmers like the b-52s and then you might just hear the jet airplanes approaching right before the blast or supersonic bombers like the b1 and then you won't hear a thing because well they're supersonic but you might just hear a sonic boom right before it all comes crashing down and they'll be this bright light this intense heat and anyone here thing you're smiling this is the first time I see you smiling finally someone else you can drive crazy with his conspiracy theories did you tell her what you did before all this began no he had a website what he refuted conspiracy theories now he's the greatest believer of all Occam's razor it's usually the most simple most logical explanation of all think about it where did all the functioning governments disappear all of a sudden why is there still electricity and running water you tell me it must be biological weapons I believe that it's the most logical most simple explanation you're trying to stand guard what did you lose more than enough you it was on the offensive I never sit back and wrist always it's alright I understand if you don't want to talk about it everybody everything as bad as it gets husband parents kids cousins uncles as I said the worst things can always be worse I see look I know everything looks dark I understand your point of view but things change not for me most of my life I have killed and witnessed killing I have been responsible for the planning and development of ways and methods of destruction that would be incomprehensible to a person like you so as far as I'm concerned nothing's changed but surely not like this not women and children not your own family look my entire life I've seen people die suffering from all sorts of illnesses but at the same time I've seen others who healed and grew as people because of that suffering so you're right nothing's changed that's exactly my point I know that even now there is hope the shopfloor fighter in pursuit of their scary this is the third time this is not an accident someone's leading them to us the next hideout move beginning to think it's that guy from the hospital after all he survived all of our traps and he said something about them not seeing him could be they're not attacking him for some reason just like they don't attack one another what do you think he could be guiding them to us then running away it's not unlikely devise a plan if he really is leading the infected to us we'll have to neutralize him it's 11 o'clock and we missed the broadcast it's the first time I'm missing the broadcast so you think they do know each other I don't know it's not so clear-cut you said for a fact that he should have killed him at the hospital but he didn't that's not like him I mean I don't know him very well but that's not like him at all I know I've never seen him hesitated like that but then again I've never seen him with a live person before I mean a healthy person I mean not infected look he's obviously a professional soldier could be that shooting citizens in the back is just against his basic nature you know the ethos of the honorable warrior and all that actually fits in well with this type I gotta say that that's exactly what I assumed when I first met him way too young to be a general too confident and experienced to be a major or captain I don't know but we should probably get back to the others they're probably beefing up security as we speak if someone really is leading the infected to us we should probably set up as many charges as we can we are out of hiding places what is this it's a little experiment I'm conducting I'm creating land from water see the cage is in a body of water and I'm running a faint current through it the current makes the particles inside the water stick to the cage according to the theory enough particles should stick to it over time to create small island where you see the cage we should probably get back yeah yeah we should this is really nice thanks thanks she's really following us he's familiar with this place that means he'll be guiding me infected to us tonight or tomorrow have a plan I always have a plan that's how you put up with me isn't it maybe you enjoy me driving you crazy I should have known like always you were hunting me down like a cat playing with the mouse don't move don't move yeah they think they should be afraid of me hate me me he's the one you should be afraid of he's the one who killed his entire family tell them colonel tell them who you really are don't move raise your hand all of them with his own gun from point-blank his mother his children his little niece a two-year-old baby they're absolutely right you kill one person as a civilian you're a criminal a murderer you kill one person while wearing a uniform you're a hero a civilian killing 20 soccer a serial killer but a soldier stop it if by any chance you're responsible for the death of hundreds or thousands or more you're a national hero kill millions you're a god they wrote poems about you you become the stuff of legend stop me that beg you they are afraid of me they despise me when all this began he still had soldiers under him you could have helped his family to solitary take care of them help them out at most send one of his troops you take them out of their misery but no no not him he went by himself to put a bullet in each and every one of them brought in the head execution style so here he is a decorated hero a nobleman Ivana nothing but a psychopath in the service of the law nothing more his mother his children from point-blank tell them colonel how does it feel murdering your whole family know what that's lock you could have waited a little longer it looked like you had information you could have waited I've seen it before he was about to die and you did you know him or not why did you hesitate again instead of just killing him why'd you have to take this time what's the difference he's dead another attack take up your position a meteo yes after all what can cause such sudden extinction other than some external element coming out of nowhere obliterated everything like a Hollywood disaster movie or an apocalyptic myth or is it no more than a reflection of one of our greatest fears a total lack of control over our fate the knowledge that no matter what we do at any given moment the end is lucky absolute and final gigantic burning unstoppable of course there is the possibility they did see it but simply never understood what it was perhaps it's before our own eyes as we speak and like the dinosaurs we can't see or hear it like an annoying beep that your brain simply writes off after a while so did you know him or not when I told you to prepare the hideout I asked you to kill the fish in the aquarium they attract cats and if they die they'll attract worse than that he didn't answer my question the time and energy is spent on that automatic nourishing device we don't have time for that now did you know him or not I told you I didn't know him personally and he's dead so it doesn't matter the truth doesn't matter you're hiding something from us you know how all this started how it all began you know you know how all this started difference does it make what I told you or didn't tell he was nothing you couldn't figure it out for yourself yes it was a biological weapons experiment yes it got out of hand yes so you knew this entire time you knew and you didn't tell us you knew how all this happened and you're the same way you knew I don't understand why you're feigning innocence didn't you ever stop to think why the infected don't attack one another why they only attack the healthy you with all the conspiracy theories wasn't it obvious to you from the start that the most logical explanation is a biological weapons experiment that got out of hand I mean what would it achieve for me to tell you something you already knew Jesus scientists it's your obsessive curiosity that got us here in the first place if it wasn't for the geeky obsession of people like you with the truth and the how and the why we wouldn't be here right now look I understand your anger just like he sat at his computer developing software viruses his friends and colleagues were developing things that were much much worse and he could have easily been one of them if you care so much about the truth don't lie to yourself we're all sons of bitches that's the truth so don't feign innocence as if you didn't know just because I hid or didn't hide something from me I don't have time to these ridiculous discussions we have a large explosives arena to prepare by noon in the last few days we've burned our traps faster than we could build them we have to close a gap now don't fool yourselves it won't get any better the infected are getting more and more violent and aggressive if we stop dictating the time in the place they're gonna kill us all I'll get some rest I take lower floors when we arrest I'm judging two hostile you heard what happened he had to kill his own family by himself he didn't just lose everything I used to have this argument with my father about euthanasia would I have the courage to do it if and when don't fall into that trap he's not dad remember let's go tadpole it's amazing even frogs will fucking spawn here hey hey hey you mayn't encrease so you're saying if we find some random fish from an abandoned pet store and put them together they laugh mate and procreate absolutely we really shouldn't because I intend to electrocute the place at some point yeah but um don't I have a chance to make some love before it's over now understand where you don't like to talk about it I'm sorry your wife children parents siblings anis everything everyone with my sidearm at point-blank just like the man said the worst I'm sorry there's always something worse I treated the terminal patient ones who applied for a court order to switch off her life support machine you know to allow her to die in dignity when the order came in the woman insisted that only her youngest daughter would actually do it you know would actually pull up the plug that girl lived on the other side of the world took him a whole week to trace her in another week for her to finally arrive well through that time the mother suffered through hell we begged her to end it but she insisted on waiting now after the girl arrived and everything was over I had a chance to speak with her when she spoke of her mother she spoke of a cold and harsh woman somebody who was always criticizing and demanding never caressing or accepting comforting but she said she would have forgiven everything if her mother had just told her once that she loved her at that point I stopped her and I said your mother didn't just say she loved you she screamed it out loud halfway across the world I'm gonna break then prepare the charges we're not keeping up this can't go on we must keep up I was sure on the beach I am NOT the beach type of guy that's cuz I didn't know my dad one week with them and you totally become see guy he's really a pirate deep inside or at least a professional fisherman he always talked about a Viking burial ceremony at sea Viking burial so what lying in a boat sailing off into the horizon with all his favorite weapons and worldly possessions hmm and the fire slowly consuming it all nothing I don't know I'd rather die while making love this is the first time you were scratched or bitten by an infected person what do you mean you know what I mean I'm talking about the scratches going in the corridor you don't miss a trick do you not when it comes to injuries that's what I do for a living we remember and he didn't answer my question what's happened before yeah to me too right at the beginning but then either it wasn't contagious or it wasn't transmitted through bites or scratches or maybe the incubation period was very long anyway we have to find out maybe it's growing inside us and we must stay away from them for their safety before it breaks out while they're around us what makes you think I know come on there's no point in carrying on the charade it's all right I won't tell them what do you mean you know exactly what I mean it can't be a coincidence it's alright I know exactly how you feel everything is collapsing around me – oh this is new to me unlike anything I've seen unlike maybe you need to get a grip because like I said as far as I'm concerned nothing's changed you're doing it again attacking instead of answering and I refuse to play the game I know some things haven't changed you're right but there are wounds there are wounds that no one can heal not a doctor not a healer not time no one we've rested enough we're leaving promise me promise me that when this is all over we can try to grow some fish without having to electrocute them come on start making the charges use them they already know how to use small arms it's time to learn how to prepare charges and handle the explosives another answer is volcanic eruptions not a single event but thousands of small ones pressure accumulated for millions of years and then one day everything is released the huge force erupts in numerous places filling the atmosphere with dust and lethal gases blocking the Sun poisoning the soil the air and the water what's more frightening than the thought of destruction lurking under our feet coming from the same place we live off from which we draw our comfort in life and death I didn't it worked I've been trying this for months it's perfect even he can't see it's ineffective I mean look it's small it's got a he's got a remote control it's got a camera it's the perfect patrol device it's perfect nothing you can do with a camera installed on a remote control vehicle I knew you'd say that but mine can climb and descend stairs take a look I don't get it just worked don't worry don't give up you know one of my professors of medicine used to joke and say that in the book of Genesis there's actually two versions of the creation of man because you know the first one didn't work out so well so go try it again well from what I can see it into a better job the second time I guess you released a beta version too early before fixing all the bugs the beta version yeah the beta version you know the computer programs they release versions without fixing the mistakes by no means whatsoever I see he managed to convince you but believe me it's too soon in a few weeks maybe when we're certain everyone's dead but not now they talked about loading several tons of equipment and food on some trucks and driving down to a remote location in the desert some are isolated hundreds of kilometres away from any town and they know for a while I'm all for it I mean look I devised the plan and I even made lists and how to collect everything and there's also room it's still too soon I agree there's no place they can't reach and there we have nowhere to run and nowhere to hide wow you've finished it yeah it's beautiful Thanks look this this is the cage and protects the processing unit I think I'm gonna build another one and I'm gonna make a communication system between them then I'll replicate them and we'll be able to deploy them everywhere you know get one man shifts rest a little more and we'll have more worthless toys and time wasted on maintenance and repairs okay 15 minutes rest and then we leave I'll stand guard while you got ready look why are you so hard on him is that what you consider life's purpose always undergo kill or be killed tell me what's around because they were trapped fuck this let's hide in the corner the break-in we finish them off we have enough charges and ammunition negative there's too many of them this must be the end can especially aggressive and frenetic just before the end you can smell in here from hundred yards away gather within seconds we were in a corridor narrow killing zone perhaps but this way they'll reach us long before we can do any serious damage I love that's what you always remember that there's nothing else you understand there's always hope you just need to take a good look around wait wait wait if they all enter the hall all at once we simultaneously blow up the charges stay close to the ceiling yeah perhaps it might buy a few minutes before the next wave we've got nothing to lose they'll help you deploy the charges I'll take care of the rest come on I'm right behind you come on [Applause] she's not gonna make it to my [Applause] [Applause] it's time to go to the desert leave me I'm dead go good luck why didn't you leave me there I'm a dead man we all are you're badly hurt but it's not over yet she's dead but you're still alive so you're doing this for her for the idiot that fucking hypocrite shut your mouth you hate me you're not I'm not what Jesus Christ I'm sick and tired of the pretence and the hypocrisy what do you think what was she thinking what are you all thinking that if you help your fellow man and simply live and do no wrong that absolves you from any responsibility for what goes on around you the essence of life is murder and suffering every time you eat to sustain yourself you're feeding off the death but let me creature plants and animals like plants animals every time you turn on the light or drive a car someone somewhere dies of lung cancer every time you buy something for peanuts some kid dies in a third-world sweatshop you don't know what you're talking about you're delirious again with a denial you know I did but you think like her if you treat me maybe he's my pain it'll make you a better person love grace pity fuck you you're doing it for yourself you're just like her on the run I'm killing in an attempt to live and not be killed no more and no less a murderer than the rest of us you can say what you want about me but don't you dare say anything about her don't dare don't dare let me tell you something about that bitch why do you think I chose her Hospital out of all the hospitals huh why because it was part of the program it was a research hospital that was part of the program I hope there would be research subjects there I was curious curious to know how my project turned out no I don't believe you I don't you all along all this time in you oh yeah I knew what that little shit said when she blew his brains out was true I am God I'm God I thought was that idiot thinking when she killed him that's he spare me the pain that she's keeping me from confronting the truth that ignorant phony moron I know the truth I know who and what I am I came up with the idea for the experiment for Christ's sakes I set up the meetings I wrote the memos I pushed pressured persuaded hinted contrived falsified signatures the head honchos never would have approved that if someone like me hadn't been pulling the strings this was my baby the highlight of my career the entire damned but strategy of an experiment we couldn't have been worse I kill them oh I didn't just pull the trigger I'm the one that made it all happen we're all murderers I'm just a little more successful than most that's all with your sister the saint sheer perfection worked at a hospital I took part in an experiment no I don't believe you she would never have never have what she's stupid bitch she lived there for she was a murderer you want to save me you can't I'm dead the infected didn't attack me I contracted it too right from the start and it has no cure I know because I made sure there wouldn't be one we're all sick we live therefore we're sick life is a disease with all murderers you and him and your sister and your father you see you want to you want to we'll do this properly well clean him up and dress him then we'll put him in a boat like a Viking nobleman by the book and I'll find two trucks and he'll load them up with everything we need it won't drive to the desert it is possible that no one theory is correct and maybe they all are perhaps it was not just one event and the end never came from one single source but a combination of factors some related and some not something damaged the fragile balance of the dinosaur ecosystem it may have been the dinosaurs themselves maybe small rodents in any case just then when they were most vulnerable a large meteor struck earth causing a chain of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions throughout the world remedial the eruptions earthquakes the imbalance each of these in itself was not enough but together they caused everything to collapse and some say it was all caused by a virus truth is the sounds much more logical [Applause] [Applause] you

Mandela: Son of Africa, Father of a Nation | Official Full Documentary

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This documentary about Nelson Mandela, nominated for an Oscar Award in 1996 (Best Documentary Feature), is the official film biography of Nelson Mandela, the first democratically elected president of the ethnically united South Africa. The film touches on Mandela’s childhood, family, education, and his long struggle to gain freedom for all the various ethnic groups in South Africa, including his experiences on the Robben Island prison.

“A vibrantly presented and emotionally charged portrait of the dynamic African leader, this needed tighter narration to close informational gaps. For instance, there is very little mention of F.W. de Klerk, although as the corecipient of the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize (along with Nelson Mandela), he most certainly figured greatly in the peaceful passing of the political baton. It may leave you with a few questions but otherwise captures Mandela’s remarkable spirit. It follows him from his early days and tribal education through his work with the African National Congress to his election as Africa’s first black president. Produced by Jonathan Demme, this wisely includes poetry of Africa, as much a part of Mandela’s story as his own inner strength.” (Rochelle O’Gorman)


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The Palm Channel will present some of the highlights from our catalogue, an eclectic mix of original short films, interviews from our archives exploring the roots and branches of Jamaican music, and much more.

Created by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell (Bob Marley, U2, Grace Jones etc.). Palm Pictures has always pushed musical boundaries and encouraged unlikely collaborations. Since the late 90’s it has been a leader in the convergence of music and film, producing and distributing music documentaries, arthouse & foreign cinema, and music videos.

Real Value | Economics Documentary with Dan Ariely | Sustainability | Social Entrepreneurship

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Documentary | Documentaries | Real Value | Award winning economics documentary about how social entrepreneurs are using business to create value beyond profit.

Real Value Documentary Film | Award-winning filmmaker Jesse Borkowski delivers a refreshing meditation on how business can be used to create value beyond profit; connecting motivational stories from social entrepreneurs working in agriculture, apparel, insurance, and biofuel, with the captivating science behind our perception of value from world-renowned professor of psychology and behavioral economics, Dan Ariely.

Real Value is a documentary that follows a growing sentiment among many Americans that the corporate focus on the bottom line has been to the detriment of society. The film serves as inspiration for any business owner, entrepreneur, or customer who is looking to better understand what happens when a business puts people, planet, and profit on equal footing.

The documentary features interviews with Dan Ariely, professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University, and the author of Predictably Irrational, The Upside of Irrationality, The Honest Truth About Dishonesty, and the Executive Producer of the documentary Dishonesty: The Truth About Lies; Lyle Estill, co-founder of Piedmont Biofuels and the author of Small Stories: Big Changes, Industrial Evolution, and Small is Possible; Eric Henry the president of TS Designs and the recipient of the North Carolina Sustainability Champion Award; Kevin Trapani, the president and chief executive officer of The Redwoods Group, an insurance provider renowned as a leader in corporate social responsibility and named one of the best companies in the world in terms of overall impact by B Lab; and Carol Koury who is the founder and president of Sow True Seed.

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4° (Four Degrees) – Full Documentary Movie

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Philip Long is the police suspect for a series of murders. Murders about which he knows nothing about! But all of Philip’s loved ones are dead and his secret is to be blamed.

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Philip’s hidden life is uncovered by two people – Lieutenant Wilma Kittle and Detective Mike Young who reveal the heinous crimes he is charged with. But they also battle with each other along with the facts to find out the real truth. The interrogation standards as well as the truth itself become suspect in this gripping, realistic film that is inspired by real events.

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you last door shattered going in Albemarle County deputy I need RA and backup hey Barney amen hey how are you sorry that's blue so that's that's wrong who like this policeman she's been drinking huh huh relax been stepping out of the car watch your step watch your step raise that to chest height face front please good take off your clothes all of your clothes good good morning Philip I'm a lieutenant well my kettle what happened last night Philip why am I here do I need a lawyer officer why are you hiding something I mean if there's a problem with the Connors or whatever I'm sure we can take care of it we've I've known the Connors for years our daughters go on what do you want an explanation Philip you were at the connors last night what were you doing there how did your business why do you think you're here Philip honestly are not the foggiest idea my job is to find out what happened Philip why you did what you did and I need the truth what I did if you tell me the truth you've still got a chance a chance if I tell you the truth what are you talking about why did you go to the Conor's last night apologize what do you have to apologize I kept evidence telling me the story right now 40 investigators are at the Conners house your car the motel I don't know what the hell you're talking about you want to work at convincing me cuz I'm a lot easier than the three corpses at the Conners there pass persuading Marcus what happened Marcus family you think about the truth Philip I decide if you're gonna help me I'll be back a cute it's got a good time I just can't okay something else happened okay I can't not now Philip hi can I get you anything you a detective Mike young yeah I'm a detective it just call me Mike listen fella before with the lieutenant okay you know it yeah look I had no idea what I went to the Conners last night I wanted to talk to mark about my daughter but he didn't answer I don't think I know anything but I want to help okay thank you that's uh Wow I really appreciate you coming in talking with us like this why don't you take a seat over there okay we'll start with the easy stuff back at the beginning what time do you get over the Congress house I think I left the hotel pretty late about 12 or 12:30 I was drinking more than I should have been so I'm not exactly sure I know I drove there and I can't actually remember drive it you know it probably took to half an hour God what time did I get there I don't know almost to get about one was it vodka what when the officer found you you were point to one it was 5:30 this morning your sleep I guess you drank it before you got there but vodka right uh-huh I used to drink by kit and I think it was vodka see I can't remember you know what I'm talking about it can get so blurry black you know yeah so you're not sure exactly when you got to the Conners are you no I'm not exactly sure could have been as early as 11 yes sure I don't know good it's good all right that now you just tell me what happened when you got there okay damn it I need to talk to your buddy morning lieutenant really who are we looking at detective oh I thought you two had met he's our guy covering glass from the shattered door strong cordite residue fired a weapon can't remember throwing it away were scouring the dump well so you talking to nobody lieutenant this was personal and a trooper picked him up half a mile from the scene covered in blood there is no one else what's he doing creeping around their yard at 11:00 p.m. 11:00 yeah the neighbor heard something around 11:00 gunshots probably and the coroner locks the time of death 11:00 to midnight firm extensive lacerations pre and post-mortem differences in blood coagulation lock the time of death 11 to 12 so why does he keep slashing unless it's personal what's your read so he goes over to the house to confront mark Connors he's drunk probably 20 to 5 I mean fallen over enraged he's angry at Martin for something only he surprises the little girl at the counter and she recognizes him he shoots her by mistake this was only meant for mark but now he's into it so he carries her up to the master bedroom where he finishes on the parents now maybe they catch him in the hall either way he caused him into the bedroom and tortures him first pretty sick huh this is your guy he's alone that's an awful lot of work for one man detective are you leading this investigation or is it me but with all due respect that is why you hired me you believe they're all dead by 12:00 midnight yeah but the neighbor doesn't seem shoot the window until 1:00 a.m. uh-huh why is he stay in the house with three dead bodies for an entire hour all right what exactly are we talking about the tenant do you really think Phillip long has this in him personally I'd like to ask him wait let me ma'am there's blood in his car the labs testing I mean lieutenant all right all right you have to prove this one to me lieutenant would you take first chair and YouTube evidently struck up a rapport so we're on the same page Philip we know you were there at the murder scene and I know when someone's lying to me I'm not lying to you well how about the whole truth and nothing but will you give me that please Philip don't insult me let's talk about the gun I told you I was confused I was depressed it was it was a moment of mom a moment of weakness you brought the gun you chose mark Connors house you decided to be weak there why why there but I'm not sure it I don't know doesn't mean you don't know do you understand me there are two roads you can go down and you are going down the wrong why don't you believe me the Connors are dead you fired the gun you are beneath a mountain of evidence buried the bottle the cellphone the cordite residue your fingerprints next to the victims where I can't in the bedroom it isn't it's not what you think work and I so why did you go see him last night because of Debbie my daughter mark I'm out back I need to talk to you is that what happened work because I wasn't alone that I couldn't go on being alone that's why I was there he's dead she died that's I'm sorry who is a delivery guy can you believe that look I didn't hurt Margaret's family I couldn't all right all right why don't you people go after whoever did this why don't you put that through this what would you suggest we do Phillip who should we be talking to I don't know hey Philip I figured you'll probably use these thanks man so Philip it looks like you've really been through the wringer well that's for them that we do this you know yeah and if there are things hard things to think about lieutenant killing I want you to think about them because we owe it to that Connors absolutely can we owe it to Debbie the pressure it builds and it builds I can see it on your face you feel right now don't you in your stomach at lump yeah it's eating it burn it it's like a cancer isn't it the only way that's gonna go away is if you tell us what happened but I don't you think I did this Philip I think you're a good person I I think there's a lot more to fill up that just this cute believe there's the thing we know you did it hey right now we're trying to help you because if you can tell us why if you can help us make sense of this weekend we can help you it doesn't make sense you know what ordinarily we just arrest you right but we want to keep you on this road where you're helping us so where we can help you other oh good Philip we need the truth that's all we want god damn it I've been telling you the truth Philip I've been honest with you haven't I Yeah right Yeah right yes is there something you're not telling us I can't remember anything what about Debbie listen to me Debbie don't let go of the ducky all right but who is at the door Phillip you said it was a delivery man but it wasn't was it what happened Hanako you blame more Connors for what happened to Debbie you tell your wife about it no no I couldn't I couldn't wouldn't mind there's something hard we have to talk about now Phillip the lab tests came back did they yeah Phillip we found blood from the Connors in your car Mark's blood no who's the little girls Liz where's your fine hey the important thing is to figure out how it got there you didn't mean for the little girl to get hurt but the little girl died because of you you broke into mark Conners house and you killed his little girl with your gun didn't you Philip all we want is the truth to tell us what happened just the truth Philip I've done things I'm ashamed of I know how it feels but don't you think you overdid Evy she would want to face this you love Debbie don't you of course I do you picture tell me about her what is she lovely she's got brown hair and it twists a little rings of my face she loved that swimming pool nothing nothing what else Debbie I'm sorry sorry for what Phillip are you sure they died because of me just let them stop her I'm us I killed them I took a lot of courage Phillip yeah okay Philip can you tell us how you did it lieutenant Kido wants to fill in the blanks for example when you walked into the kitchen you didn't expect to find a little glory know you didn't mean to shoot at their daughter two times right she surprised you so you fired twice shutter twice because you were afraid I I believe this is yours the blood was the little girls in the car you said the blood was the little girls yeah that's what I said I thought Philip need a little something to jog his memory you're serious yeah the tests were inconclusive really shook him up that did I told you to prove it to me and I did he did it what is your job detective you broke a man with a lot of Secrets congratulations no no we broke a man lieutenant do you think he did it he said he did it and yeah I believe him what do you want to tell the press why don't you take the briefing detective thank you I will ma'am to make they do have an announcement to make mr. mark honors his wife Sarah and their daughter Elizabeth age six were brutally murdered last night between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 12:00 midnight now we have a suspect in custody who has confessed to the murders his name is Phillip long what time did you get over the Congress house and the coroner locks time of death 11:00 to midnight firm he's being held over in custody pending arraignment for capital murder tomorrow morning I'm detective Mike young I led the investigation along with lieutenant Wilma Kittel I obtained mr. Long's confession anything bothering you might shoot I'll try to answer your questions now anything

Aphrodite's Drop (Pearl Power) – Full Documentary

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From ancient remedy to status symbol and personalized sex toy, this docu leaves no story of the humble pearl untold.
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What is it about the pearl that has captivated humans throughout the centuries? Dive into the incredible history of this precious gemstone that spans history and cultures both East and West, admired both as an object of sensuous beauty, to a symbol of status and rebellion. This documentary explores both the glamour and the grit of the pearl industry, and features interviews with Hollywood stylist George Blodwell, Joanna Hardy Sotheby’s Head of Jewellery, Olympic swimmer and pearl designer Ian Thorp, as well as “The King of Fakes,” Kenneth Jay Lane.

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'Nanking' with Woody Harrelson – Full Movie | Snagfilms

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A reminder of the heartbreaking toll war takes on the innocent, this award-winning documentary tells the story of the Japanese invasion of Nanking, China. The powerful doc includes a staged reading of the Westerners’ letters and diaries by Woody Harrelson, Mariel Hemingway and Jurgen Prochnow.