The Power of Nightmares

This is a GREAT series of videos worth watching.

The Power of Nightmares

This highly revealing BBC documentary digs deep into the roots of the war on terror, only to find that much of the widespread fear in the post-9/11 world has been fabricated by those in power for their own interests. The intrepid BBC team presents highly informative interviews with experts and top officials in combating terrorism who raise serious questions about who is behind all of the fear-mongering. These experts and riveting footage also show how the media have been manipulated to support secret power agendas. Power of Nightmares – BBC Documentary

Part I

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Part II

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Part III – If you only can watch one video, watch this one. The fabricated threat of terror by the US government is breathtaking in its folly (Keystone Cops comes to mind).
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4 thoughts on “The Power of Nightmares

  • June 22, 2008 at 9:14 pm
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    originally aired on BBC in 2004

    All of the 9/11 ‘anomalies’ and cover-up etc,- aka suspension of reality/spacetime – was intentionally skirted/fudged in order to be allowed to air this much.

    Curious to wonder, if this had been aired in America about the same time (during the last (s)election cycle) if Kerry would be Puppetdent. Not that it would have mattered in any meaningful respect.

    Rather amazing how our “Free Press” works.

  • June 22, 2008 at 10:19 pm
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    Pretty darned good, blows holes right through the phony war on terror.

    Too bad they didn’t also equate radical Islam with radical (fundemental) Christianity. The Neocons and the radical Islamists are cut from the same cloth.

  • June 23, 2008 at 5:35 am
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    This guy has done a number of great documentaries, and this isn’t his most recent one.

    “The Trap: What Happened To Our Dream of Freedom” (note: not a question) is his latest, and is also excellent. It offers a proposition about how society came to be the way it is, linked to a way of thinking that was born from the Cold War, combined with a number of different parallel and conspiring developments in economics, sociology and psychology.

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