The Power Principle – Corporate Empire and The Rise of the National Security State – Part I

The Power Principle demonstrates the importance of the political economy, the Mafia principle, propaganda, ideology, violence and force.
It documents and explains how the policy is based on the interest of major corporations and a tiny elite to increase profits and the United States governments own interests in maintaining and expanding it’s imperialistic influence.

The Power Principle: Corporate Empire and the Rise of the National Security State, is a documentary in three parts about the society we really live in. Part I – Empire


Cambodia:Year Ten by John Pilger

Ten years after the first documentary ‘Year Zero’ John Pilger revisit Cambodia and speaks about the change and suffering of the Cambodian people face and the horrors of the Khmer rouge the US and Britain policy.


The Armenian Genocide

World War One gave the Young Turk government the cover and the excuse to carry out their plan. The plan was simple and its goal was clear. On April 24th 1915, commemorated worldwide by Armenians as Genocide Memorial Day, hundreds of Armenian leaders were murdered in Istanbul after being summoned and gathered. The now leaderless Armenian people were to follow. Across the Ottoman Empire (with the exception of Constantinople, presumably due to a large foreign presence), the same events transpired from village to village, from province to province.