Documentary “An Invisible Threat” Investigates Conflict of Interest among Telecom, Politicians, and Scientists

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12-08-19 08:12:00,

By B.N. Frank

This conflict of interest is happening all over the world; however, some governments have been taking a more active role in protecting citizens and the environment.  Not the U.S., though, and it’s only getting worse with the insane “Race for 5G.”

Current rules, safety limits and guidelines for microwave RF radiation exposure were adopted in 1996 and don’t apply to how most people use or are exposed to devices and infrastructure today.  They also don’t apply to how current technology and products are manufactured and marketed.  There is still no “safe” level of exposure that has been scientifically determined for children or pregnant women even though devices are marketed to everyone – including kids – to use in ways that aren’t safe.

Health experts continue to warn that kids are more vulnerable to exposure.  In fact, no biological entities seem to be immune.  Still the promotion of 5G and other microwave RF radiation emitting devices and the forced installation of RF emitting infrastructure (towers, etc.) only increases like it’s magically innocuous and beneficial to all of us.

Follow the Benjamins and it’s not hard to see why.  Still these companies have also been warning their investors that it’s only a matter of time before they’ll be held liable for harm for all of this.  That’s why insurance companies won’t cover them. 

New documentary, An Invisible Threat provides an overview of how this is affecting every living being on the planet:

Wireless networks irradiate microwaves indiscriminately across cities, villages and the countryside of all developed countries. This increasing exposure disturbs the biological processes that are essential for the healthy growth of human beings, animals and plants – it especially affects children and teenagers.

The reasonable doubt that has arisen from independent scientific reports regarding the harmful effects of these technologies has led the Council of Europe to recommend its members countries apply the Precautionary Principle. In June 2011,

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(Full) Documentary Film: Hezbollah in Syria The Necessary Option (English Subtitles)

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25-07-19 06:56:00,

This is the full version (parts 1-5 all in one video) of The Necessary Option – Hezbollah in Syria, a documentary film that aired in early 2017 on the pan-Arab adeen Tv. The film explores.

This is part 1 of The Necessary Option – Hezbollah in Syria, a documentary film that aired in early 2017 on the pan-Arab adeen Tv. The film explores the possible reasons and factors that.

This is the final part (5) of The Necessary Option – Hezbollah in Syria, a documentary film that aired in early 2017 on the pan-Arab adeen Tv. The film explores the possible reasons and.

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New Online Documentary Exposes Risky 5G Technology Being Installed Across the U.S. and Around the World

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12-07-19 05:56:00,

By B.N. Frank

5G technology is being installed in the U.S. and around the world despite the telecom industry’s inability to provide scientific evidence that it’s safe, and research that has determined that it isn’t (see 1, 2).  A new online documentary reports the risks associated with this.

Doctors, elected officials, environmentalists, security experts, the U.S. Navy, utility companies and many others have been trying to stop this deployment.  Few people are subscribing to it where it’s already been installed.  Regardless, telecom companies continue to promote and install it wherever they can.

Activist Post reports regularly about 5G risks and opposition.  For more information visit our archives and the following websites:

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The Creepy Line: A New Documentary on the Immense Power of Tech Giants | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

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07-12-18 01:07:00,

By Ryan McMaken

The Creepy Line, a new documentary by director M.A. Taylor, is now streaming at Amazon Prime. It takes a disturbing look at how Google and Facebook influence their users’ view of the world, and how the companies have pioneered new ways of doing business. It’s a business model in which personal data harvested from users is exploited so as to offer targeted advertising to third parties.

The Creepy Line takes its title from a description of Google once uttered by Google executive Eric Schmidt who said Google’s mission was to “get right up to the creepy line and not cross it.”

In truth, though, by pioneering the “surveillance business model,” Google has been been stepping over “the creepy line” for years.

Is is perhaps in its basic explanations of how the surveillance model works that The Creepy Line is most interesting: the filmmakers explain in simple terms how a small number of companies have come to compile extensive data profiles of many hundreds of millions of human beings, and how that data is the real product sold and used by the companies that collect it.

This, of course, has always been the plan, although it was arguably much more modest at one time.

The Surveillance Model

There’s a lot of money to be made by helping advertisers target specific potential customers. But first you need a lot of data on the people you’re targeting. Successful tech giants can offer this data — and huge amounts of it.

In order to offer advertisers data on potential customers, though, a company first has to collect it. And in order to collect it, the company must offer some sort of bait for the users to seize upon, thus leaving behind their personal data. Over the past 20 years, Google and Facebook have perfected the art of convincing users to trade online services for their personal data. And the companies’ capabilities have expanded with time.

For example, in the early days, if internet users didn’t use the Google search engine to access a web site, Google didn’t know about it. Users had to use Google’s site in order to be tracked.

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The Power of the Documentary: Breaking the Silence – Global Research

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29-11-18 05:11:00,

The Power of the Documentary is an unusual film festival, because its aim is to break a silence that extends across much of film-making, the arts and journalism.

By silence I mean the exclusion of ideas that might change the way we see our world, or help us make sense of it.

There are 26 films in this festival and each one pushes back a screen of propaganda – not just the propaganda of governments but of a powerful groupthink of special interests designed to distract and intimidate us and which often takes its cue from social media and is the enemy of the arts and political freedom.

Documentary films that challenge this are an endangered species. Many of the films in the festival are rare. Several have never been seen in this country. Why?

There’s no official censorship in Australia, but there is a fear of ideas. Ideas of real politics. Ideas of dissent. Ideas of satire. Ideas that go against the groupthink. Ideas that reject the demands of corporatism. Ideas that reach back to the riches of Australia’s hidden history.

It’s as if our political memory has been hi-jacked, and we’ve become so immersed in a self-regarding me-ism that we’ve forgotten how to act together and challenge rapacious power that is now rampant in our own country and across the world.

The term “documentary” was coined by the Scottish director John Grierson.

“The drama of film,” he said, “is on your doorstep. It is wherever there is exploitation and cruelty.”

I like those words: “on your doorstep”.

What they say is that it’s the blood, sweat and tears of ordinary people that has given us the documentary film at best. That’s the difference.

A documentary is not reality TV. Political documentary is not the consensual game played by politicians and journalists called “current affairs”.

Great documentaries frighten the powerful, unnerve the compliant, expose the hypocritical.

Great documentaries make us think, and think again, and speak out, and even take action.

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Tomorrow at the MCA, we’ll show a documentary called Harvest of Shame directed by Susan Steinberg and Fred Friendly and featuring the great American journalist Edward R.

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Documentary: Ukraine on Fire (2016)

Documentary: Ukraine on Fire (2016)

11-01-18 09:35:00,

The original English language version of the 2016 documentary Ukraine on Fire, covering the 2014 coup d’etat, which was all but denied exposure on its release, is now available for viewing in some regions. For those who still can’t access it, there is currently a version on Youtube which you can watch below, but we encourage everyone who can do so to purchase a legitimate copy in support of the filmmakers

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