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    ^Nice, patsy. I watched the cat version of this, and the dog version looks good too.
    I actually preferred this to the cat one. I felt sorry for the cats having to wear those heavy cameras around their necks!! If i had tried to put one of those on my cat I would probably need plastic surgery...!!!

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    A silent movie

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    The Chicago 8




    In 1968, America was divided over the Vietnam War. Due to the growing anti-war movement, President Lyndon B. Johnson announced that he would not run for re-election. Democrat Robert Kennedy, the Presidential hopeful, was assassinated that summer. The Democratic National Convention was held in Chicago where leaders of the anti-war movement planned a protest. During the protest, Chicago Mayor Daley used police force to brutally quell the rally, and as a result, rioting broke out in the streets. One person was killed, hundreds were injured and thousands were arrested. One year later, newly-elected President Richard Nixon gave the green light to prosecute eight men who were accused of conspiracy to incite a riot. The FBI brought them to Chicago, where they stood trial. They were known thereafter as The Chicago 8.



    Available as a download, slow but completed over a day for me.

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    Thanks for the link, AS.

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    The Act of Killing

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    In the wake of a failed coup in Indonesia in the mid-60s, more than a million people were murdered in a bloody anti-communist cull. Many of the killings – and the persecutions that followed – were carried out by gangsters who have not only escaped prosecution, but are now heralded as local heroes. Attempting to understand the open-ended legacy of such unpunished atrocities, film-maker Joshua Oppenheimer not only interviewed the killers (whose actions are anything but hidden) but asked them to stage dramatic reconstructions of their (non-)crimes, to "create scenes about the killings in whatever way they wished". His title, "The Act of Killing", encapsulates this duality, not only examining the awful reality of murder, but also staging its re-enactment. Like some horrendous real-life version of Man Bites Dog, we spend the next two hours in the company of laughing, joking mass-murderers, blithely revisiting their blood-drenched past in a manner that is at once insanely surreal and distressingly domestic.

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    Here's the trailer for that. Shocking and insane! Sad reality of the world we really live in.


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    Just watched the first of what is going to be a three part documentary 'Stalingrad'. Some excellent archived film, coupled with survivors stories, both Russian and German. Well worth watching:

    Stalingrad 1of3 The Assault x264 AAC - EZTV - TV Torrents Online

    Although straying from documentaries, seeing this reminded me of a classic Russian film from 1985, 'Come and See'. An excellent movie:

    Come and See (Idi i smotri) (1985) x264 AAC Multisubs (download torrent) - TPB

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    Eztv.it has the rest of the Stalingrad series already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG
    Stalingrad 1of3 The Assault x264 AAC - EZTV - TV Torrents Online
    good catch, will download

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    Just a couple of shorter clips of small business people in the US


    A short documentary on man who sells old CDs and tapes.



    The Birdman on Vimeo




    A short doc on a man who buys old tools cleans them up and offers them for resale to those working or interested in the old trades.



    There's No Place Like Here: Liberty Tool on Vimeo




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    Informant (2012)

    A documentary on radical left-wing activist turned FBI informant, Brandon Darby.





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    380,000 Nazi POWs in America during WW2

    Nazi POWs in America

    Buried in the dust of east Texas and other small towns are little-known stories of America's secret Nazi prison camps. German soldiers were shipped there at nearly 7200 a week, totaling 380,000 by the end of the war. Former Nazi prisoners and American guards relate stories of kangaroo courts and secret murders conducted at the camps; display painting and carvings left behind by prisoners; and discuss the acceptance of and resentment toward the POWs by townspeople where these camps were stationed.

    http://kickass.to/history-undercover...-t7843735.html


    It's also at the other popular sites like pirate bay.

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    ^ Is that a prelude to the NASA documentary?

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    Not sure what you are talking about Marmite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youneverknow View Post
    Nazi POWs in America

    Buried in the dust of east Texas and other small towns are little-known stories of America's secret Nazi prison camps. German soldiers were shipped there at nearly 7200 a week, totaling 380,000 by the end of the war. Former Nazi prisoners and American guards relate stories of kangaroo courts and secret murders conducted at the camps; display painting and carvings left behind by prisoners; and discuss the acceptance of and resentment toward the POWs by townspeople where these camps were stationed.

    http://kickass.to/history-undercover...-t7843735.html


    It's also at the other popular sites like pirate bay.
    Sounds like something for which Obama will soon be apologising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youneverknow View Post
    Informant (2012)

    A documentary on radical left-wing activist turned FBI informant, Brandon Darby.





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    that dude is one manipulating scumbag,

    typical fake engaged on humanitarian cause,

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    Quote Originally Posted by youneverknow View Post
    Nazi POWs in America

    Buried in the dust of east Texas and other small towns are little-known stories of America's secret Nazi prison camps. German soldiers were shipped there at nearly 7200 a week, totaling 380,000 by the end of the war. Former Nazi prisoners and American guards relate stories of kangaroo courts and secret murders conducted at the camps; display painting and carvings left behind by prisoners; and discuss the acceptance of and resentment toward the POWs by townspeople where these camps were stationed.

    http://kickass.to/history-undercover...-t7843735.html


    It's also at the other popular sites like pirate bay.
    I would have thought that Nazis being sent to Nazi camps would have been well treated , if they shared common goals .

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    Fire in the night. BBC documentary on the North-Sea Piper Alpha disaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
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    Nazi POWs in America

    Buried in the dust of east Texas and other small towns are little-known stories of America's secret Nazi prison camps. German soldiers were shipped there at nearly 7200 a week, totaling 380,000 by the end of the war. Former Nazi prisoners and American guards relate stories of kangaroo courts and secret murders conducted at the camps; display painting and carvings left behind by prisoners; and discuss the acceptance of and resentment toward the POWs by townspeople where these camps were stationed.

    http://kickass.to/history-undercover...-t7843735.html

    It's also at the other popular sites like pirate bay.
    I would have thought that Nazis being sent to Nazi camps would have been well treated , if they shared common goals .

    Actually, the regular German soldiers and Nazis were separated. It was an interesting film. Most of them came from North Africa and were caught by the Brits. The Brits thoroughly interrogated them to see if they were Nazis before giving them to the Americans. The Americans had the Nazis raise their hand and checked under their arms for SS tattos and blood groups. In war, if they were Nazis they got blood first.

    At the camps the prisoners actually had it better than a lot of the Americans outside the camps. The US strictly followed the Geneva convention in hopes that their soldiers would be treated equally. Once the war ended and the news came out of what the Nazis did, a lot of the Geneva convention stuff was tossed. You'll find it an interesting story with new information. Some of the prisoners even came back to the US to live after repatriation to Germany. One interesting fact was prisoners had to be in camps in locations similar to the location they were captured in. This was another Geneva convention rule. So, all those North African prisoners went to Texas which some thought was even hotter than North Africa.

    Check it out.

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