Tina Turner: [to the audience] You know, every now and then, I think you might like to hear something from us nice and easy. But there's just one thing: we never, ever do nothing nice and easy, we always do it nice and rough. So we're gonna take the beginning of this song and do it easy, and then we're gonna do the finish rough. That's the way we do Creedence Clearwater's "Proud Mary".
Ike Turner, Sr.: Hey, Anna Mae, where you goin'? I need to get some sleep!
Tina Turner: Go straight to hell, Ike!
Ike Turner, Sr.: [to Tina] Now, you listen to me. I MADE you. You were nothing before you met me, and you ain't gonna be nothing without me.
Judge: I want you to be very sure about this. This means you're gonna walk out of here with absolutely nothing.
Tina Turner: Except my name. I'll give up all that other stuff, but only if I get to keep my name. I've worked too hard for it, your honor.
Ike Turner, Sr.: The name is mine. The name got my daddy's blood on it. If she wanna go, she can go wherever she wanna go, but the name stays home!

You're a slave to the capitalist system
Which is ruled by the global elite
What happened to, the individual
What happened to, the working class white

They filled his head with so much propaganda
Entertainment on TV and all kinds of shite
What happened to the individual
When he gave up all of his rights

Tell you up is down and wrong is right
Nothing to hang your hat on, can't even get uptight

You're controlled by the media
Everything you say and do
What happened to, the individual
Tell me what happened to you
Tell you up is down, not able to fight
Keep you docile and complacent, can't even get uptight
Controlled by the media and you don't know what you can do
They took away your constitution you don't even know what happened to you

Waffle is the language that they taught you, taught you to talk
But you can't even get any angle because you forgot how. Keep on walking the walk

You're a slave to the capitalist system and it's controlled by the global elite
Double-dealing with the banks, behind your back, just can't fight

EMILIANO ECCO, excellent channel

Documentaries by Adam Curtis :
The Century of the Self (2002)
The rise of psychoanalysis as a powerful means of persuasion for both governments and corporations.
The Trap: What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom (2007)
Individual freedom is the dream of our age. It's what our leaders promise to give us, it defines how we think of ourselves and, repeatedly, we have gone to war to impose freedom around the world. But if you step back and look at what freedom actually means for us today, it's a strange and limited kind of freedom.
The Power of Nightmares: The Rise of the Politics of Fear (2004)
Ever realized that American neo-Conservatism is founded on the principle of the Platonic noble lie? Half-remembered what Donald Rumsfeld was doing in 1976? Never quite believed the cold war propaganda about the "evil empire", or half-suspected that Al-Qaeda does not exist? If so, 'The Power of Nightmares' is the program to confirm your fears. If not, it's even more essential viewing.
'The Power of Nightmares' is a brave piece of television that runs completely against the grain of most media representation of the state of our world. Yet it is not a lunatic argument either, and many of the talking heads on screen are those of the very people whose views it deconstructs. Rather, it simply refuses to assume that just because everyone in power is saying something, it must be true. In fact, the evidence that the most basic tenets of "the war on terror" are built on absurdity are almost self-evident; but as the evidence is also inconvenient, it is simply ignored and replaced by something else. In this series, we see the same tactic (employed by many of the same people) put to use in the 1970s, 1980s and now. It's quite chilling to see how much of the prism through which we view the world is a construct of frankly mad idealogues (and I don't just mean Osama, although the similarities of the origins of Muslim fundamentalism and neo-Conservatism are just one illuminating lesson to be drawn from this series).
Adam Curtis lets his interviewees provide his argument for him, but it's cleverly stitched together and his use of archive footage and music is perfect. Crucially, he never allows himself to fall into the trap of accepting cynicism, and there's a note of incredulity throughout the series that succeeds in not granting those in power a drop more credibility than they deserve. This series should have been essential viewing for every American before they voted.

The Laconia Incident changed the way Germany treated prisoners of war and was even brought up at the Nuremberg Trials. However, the American prosecutors were left embarrassed when the full details emerged.

The Laconia Incident changed the way Germany treated prisoners of war and was even brought up at the Nuremberg Trials. However, the American prosecutors were left embarrassed when the full details emerged.

Capt. Ramsey: God help you if you're wrong.
Hunter: If I'm wrong, then we're at war; God help us all.


Glengarry Glen Ross is a play by David Mamet that won the Pulitzer Prize in 1984. The play shows parts of two days in the lives of four desperate Chicago real estate agents who are prepared to engage in any number of unethical, illegal acts; from lies and flattery to bribery, threats, intimidation and burglary—to sell undesirable real estate to unwitting prospective buyers. It is based on Mamet's experience having previously worked in a similar office.
The title comes from two real estate developments mentioned in the play. Glengarry Highlands is the prime real estate everyone is attempting to sell now; Glen Ross Farms is mentioned by several characters as having been very lucrative for those selling it several years ago.

The Fable of the Ducks and the Hens (1959)
Hey, haChaim
(What ?)
I think the goyim know
(Thats rediculous, the goyim don't know)
I think they know, there..
(They don't know)
They know..

The goyim know, the goyim know
They know all the things that we have done
And now they're telling everyone

The goyim know
The goyim know

They know all the things we did back then
And now we're trying to do it again
But the goyim know, the goyim know

We wanna open the borders to their countries
And fill them with diversity
But the goyim know, the goyim know


The goyim know (the goyim know)
The goyim know (the goyim know)

We wanna turn the women into men
And make the guys more feminine
The goyim know (the goyim know)
The goyim know (the goyim know)

We wanna make the white man, feel guilty
And put the black man all over tv
The goyim know (the goyim know)
The goyim know (the goyim know)

And soon they won't want us around
We're gonna have to shut it down..

Cause the goyim know
The goyim know
The goyim know
Cause the goyim know
Cause the goyim know

Ancient Sound Weapons is about the possibility that the mud flood could have been caused by sound vibrations turning the earth into quicksand.

Beautiful Neuquén

Sun of the sand dunes...
Watered by the blood of the brave Ceihuanquei.1
A cry that is coming back
On your wild foal Pehuenche
On your wild foal Pehuenche.(2Xs)

From the sky, the night wave,
From the wind is heard a serenade.
Tucos the moon lights up
In the black braid of my Araucanian. 2

Waters that go,
Want to return,
Waters that go,
Want to return
Upstream from the captivating chant,
Neuquén, beautiful 3
Beautiful Neuquén 4

Sun that is going down
On stones,
Rocks and murky streams
Kissed the Indian shadow
That turns to rise
From a green dream.

Now the silence ripens
By the wild underbelly of your fences.

Rayen 5 wants to sleep,
Her insides trembling,
In love.

Waters that go, want to return
Waters that go, want to return
Upstream from the captivating chant,
Neuquén, beautiful, beautiful Neuquén
Neuquén, beautiful, beautiful Neuquén

1. Also known as Shaihueque. He was a Pampas and Araucanian Indian, chief of Patagonia.
2. Member of a group of South American Indians that are now concentrated in the fertile valleys and basins of south-central Chile
3. Quimey, from the Mapuche language, means "beautiful"
4. Neuquén is the capital city of the Argentine province of Neuquén, located in the east of the province, at the confluence of the Limay and Neuquén rivers.
5. Rayen means flower in the Mapuche language


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