Subversion of Society

The Hornet's Nest is a groundbreaking and immersive feature film, using unprecedented real footage to tell the story of an elite group of U. S. troops sent on a dangerous mission deep inside one of Afghanistan's most hostile valleys. What was planned as a single day strike turned into nine intense days of combat against an invisible, hostile enemy in terrain where troops had never dared go before.

"Blood and Oil - The Middle East in World War I" examines the devastating conflict and Western political intrigue that laid the foundation for wars, coups, revolts and military interventions in the Middle East. After the end of World War I, most of the Ottoman Empire was carved up into "spheres of influence," controlled mostly by the British and French. The remaining territories became the modern state of Turkey in 1923 - after a five-year struggle by Turkish nationalists against Western domination. Written and produced by Marty Callaghan ("Archives of War," "Remember Pearl Harbor: America Taken by Surprise"), this feature-length documentary film follows conflict from the Ottoman Empire's entry into the Great War in October 1914 to the Allied victory and declaration of the new Turkish Republic in 1923, and the hostilities that have plagued the region since. The 112-minute DVD also features extended expert commentary.

ONE TRAGIC MISSION. SEEN THROUGH THEIR CAMERAS. DESCRIBED IN THEIR WORDS. A war exposé unlike any other, COMBAT DIARY: THE MARINES OF LIMA COMPANY provides an unprecedented and harrowing firsthand account of life and death on the front lines of battle. Shot on home video cameras by the very soldiers who were part of the hardest hit combat unit of the Iraq War, this remarkable program weaves heart-pounding digital camera footage with revealing interviews following the action. From the initial enthusiasm of the newly deployed troops to the dramatic outcomes of their combat missions, the Marines of Lima Company bring the war home from the very heart of battle. Distinguished by powerful, unflinching imagery and the frank, heartfelt, and poignant words of the soldiers speaking directly to the viewer, COMBAT DIARY: THE MARINES OF LIMA COMPANY offers an honest and heartbreaking glimpse at the terrifying reality of war.

The secret government has no constitution. The rules it follows are the rules it makes up.
During the second term of the Reagan Administration, senior administration officials secretly facilitated the sale of arms to Iran, which was the subject of an arms embargo.
In violation of the Boland Amendment, senior officials of the Reagan administration continued to secretly arm and train the Contras and provide arms to Iran, an operation they called "the Enterprise"

Michael Walsh is a journalist, author, and screenwriter, whose work includes six novels, nine works of non-fiction and a hit Disney
movie. The former classical music critic and foreign correspondent for Time magazine, he is now a regular contributor of political and
cultural commentary to PJ Media and American Greatness, as well as a Sunday op--ed columnist for the New York Post. His most recent works are "The Devil’s Pleasure Palace, and Fiery Angel."


We all know of Karl Marx's cry "Workers of the World, Unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains!" But the fact is, his exhortation was essentially ignored by those workers who were, frankly, pretty OK with the unprecedented prosperity and opportunity that came with free market capitalism.

So Marxists turned to something new to bring about the revolution they so desperately wanted.

Thus came about "The Long March Through the Institutions," an expression coined by Rudi Dutschke to encapsulate the strategy described by Antonio Gramsci: take over every one of our government and civic institutions, and wreck it from within. Instead of seeking to topple governments through economic means, turn to the cultural.

And that's exactly what's happened.

Those institutions and pillars of Western Civilization that contribute to its unprecedented successes have been and continue to be under attack.

Learn how top United Nations proponents exploit small arms, the environment, and justice to pressure Capitol Hill into quietly surrendering America's heritage of freedom. The U.N. Deception reports what the nightly news does not: The UN's creators intended that their organization would become a world government and that Americans would be subservient to it. Should these UN plans remain unopposed the consequences are ultimately grim.

The documentary, narrated by musician/director Rob Zombie, focuses on the Manson family murders told from Manson's perspective using never-before-seen case files and exclusive interviews with Manson from prison conducted over the last year of his life. It presents a potential alternative theory as to why and how the horrific crimes were committed leading viewers to question the Manson mythos.

In American Marxism, Levin explains how the core elements of Marxist ideology are now pervasive in American society and culture—from our schools, the press, and corporations, to Hollywood, the Democratic Party, and the Biden presidency—and how it is often cloaked in deceptive labels like “progressivism,” “democratic socialism,” “social activism,” and more. With his characteristic trenchant analysis, Levin digs into the psychology and tactics of these movements, the widespread brainwashing of students, the anti-American purposes of Critical Race Theory and the Green New Deal, and the escalation of repression and censorship to silence opposing voices and enforce conformity. Levin exposes many of the institutions, intellectuals, scholars, and activists who are leading this revolution, and provides us with some answers and ideas on how to confront them.

As Levin writes: “The counter-revolution to the American Revolution is in full force. And it can no longer be dismissed or ignored for it is devouring our society and culture, swirling around our everyday lives, and ubiquitous in our politics, schools, media, and entertainment.” And, like before, Levin seeks to rally the American people to defend their liberty.

On January 14, 1969, Red Skelton touched the hearts of millions of Americans with his “ Pledge Of Allegiance “, in which he explained the meaning of each and every word. Red Skelton’s recitation of the “ Pledge of Allegiance ” was twice read into the Congressional Record of the United States and received numerous awards.

On January 30th, 2012, over 100 County Sheriffs from across the country gathered in Las Vegas, Nevada for the first of several similar conventions. Our purpose is to help the Sheriffs understand the Constitutional basis of their authority, to share presentations by Sheriffs who are already "interposing" themselves against federal abuse, and to assure them that they have the strong support of the community as they risk their careers and personal safety to defend our lives, Liberty, and private property. Michael was pleased to report that all of the officers who attended are already dedicated to this proposition.

Sheriff Richard Mack was kind enough to invite Michael to be the first speaker at the event. Michael took on the duty of setting the proper tone for the rest of the day by discussing the difference between rights and privileges, and giving an overview of the significance of each of the Bill of Rights. To date this is likely Michael Badnarik's best presentation ever.

I found 6 different files for this video across the internet, and none of them were complete. Each one seemed to have pieces the other didn't. I did my best to fix it.

Written and narrated by G. Edward Griffin, this documentary removes the mystery from international terrorism. On the surface, terrorism appears to be irrational and counter-productive but, when the long-range strategy and tactics are understood, it becomes recognizable as part of a larger plan to weaken and destroy target governments. It is but one phase of the Marxist-Leninist dogma of so-called Wars of National Liberation. The terrorists themselves are dispensable players in this deadly game because, when the target governments are finally toppled, it will not be the terrorists who come to power, but the international Marxist apparatus which has trained and supplied them. Here are the documented facts which show the detailed operation of this network. The program is built upon sound research and offers powerful visual images and amazing historical footage.

This is an important lecture by the co-author of the book.

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June 25th 2010, marked the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of a merciless conflict that brought the world to the brink of nuclear armageddon and scarred a nation so deeply that it is still bitterly divided.

From the originators of the acclaimed ‘In-Colour’ genre of documentaries, Stewart Binns and Adrian Wood, Korea the Forgotten War in Colour tells the story of the war through the powerful colour imagery, emotive musical score and dramatic soundscape that are the hallmarks of Binns’ and Wood’s productions.

Using original colour material telecined at source directly from film to HD, much of it recently discovered and never broadcast before, Korea the Forgotten War in Colour offers a unique insight into a conflict that saw East confront West, communism challenge liberal democracy and Korean fight Korean in a bloody civil war.

Most of the footage for Korea the Forgotten War in Colour has been sourced from stunning 35mm original material and includes exclusive access to the secretive North Korean Archives in Pyongyang. This unique footage is supported by newly unearthed material from sources in the former Eastern Bloc and China and previously censored footage from the National Archives in Washington.

New York. 2022 A.D. Teeming with jobless, homeless people. Teetering on the edge of anarchy, the government rations synthetic food. Those who control the supply have unlimited wealth and power--as long as no one discovers the awful truth behind the source of Soylent Green. Academy Award-winner Charlton Heston stars as Thorn, possibly the last honest detective on the under manned police force, who investigates the brutal murder of a prominent member of the Soylent Company, manufacturers of the artificial nourishment. During the course of his probe, Thorn discovers the horrifying main ingredient of the mass-produced food. Caught between personal integrity, the quest for justice and knowledge that could lead to the death of millions, will Thorn expose the deadly secret?

"COVID-19: The Great Reset" is a guide for anyone who wants to understand how COVID-19 disrupted our social and economic systems, and what changes will be needed to create a more inclusive, resilient and sustainable world going forward. Klaus Schwab, founder and executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, and Thierry Malleret, founder of the Monthly Barometer, explore what the root causes of these crisis were, and why they lead to a need for a Great Reset. Theirs is a worrying, yet hopeful analysis. COVID-19 has created a great disruptive reset of our global social, economic, and political systems. But the power of human beings lies in being foresighted and having the ingenuity, at least to a certain extent, to take their destiny into their hands and to plan for a better future. This is the purpose of this book: to shake up and to show the deficiencies which were manifest in our global system, even before COVID broke out. "Erudite, thought-provoking and plausible" -- Hans van Leeuwen, Australian Financial Review (Australia)"The book looks ahead to what the post-coronavirus world could look like barely four months after the outbreak was first declared a pandemic" -- Sam Meredith, CNBC (USA) "The message that the pandemic is not only a crisis of enormous proportions, but that it also provides an opportunity for humanity to reflect on how it can do things differently, is important and merits reflection"-- Ricardo Avila, Portafolio (Colombia) "A call for political change in the post-pandemic world"-- Ivonne Martinez, La Razon (Mexico)"History has shown, the book argues, that pandemics are a force for radical and lasting change"-- Mustafa Alrawi, The National (UAE)

Something fishy going on in Haiti.

“History Doesn't Repeat Itself, but It Often Rhymes” – Mark Twain.

A constitutional republic is a form of government in which a representative is elected by the people to govern over them, according to the rules established in the law of the land. An example of a constitutional republic is the United States’ form of government. U.S. citizens elect a President, and other representatives, who then govern them as the Constitution directs them to. To explore this concept, consider the following constitutional republic definition:

Definition of Constitutional Republic:
A form of government in which officials are elected by citizens to lead them as directed by their country’s constitution.
Origin :6th to 8th centuries B.C. Noted by Aristotle

What is a Constitutional Republic?
A constitutional republic is a form of government in which the head of the state, as well as other officials, are elected by the country’s citizens to represent them. Those representatives must then follow the rules of that country’s constitution in governing their people. Like the U.S. government, a constitutional republic may consist of three branches – executive, judicial, and legislative – which divide the power of the government so that no one branch becomes too powerful.

A country is considered constitutional republic if:

It has a constitution that limits the government’s power.
The citizens choose their own heads of state and other governmental officials.
Of course, while this is how a constitutional republic is supposed to work, in practice, it is not always run this way. Some republics are governed by constitutions that can be ignored by the head(s) of state.

The types of officials that Americans can directly elect include council members, state representatives, governors, and senators. Certain officials, like mayors, may not be directly elected. For instance, the president is indirectly elected by the Electoral College. The president can then choose certain other officials, such as Supreme Court justices, however the legislative branch must confirm whomsoever he nominates to that position.

Constitutional Republic vs. Democracy
Some believe that the United States is a democracy, but it is actually the perfect example of a constitutional republic. A pure democracy would be a form of government in which the leaders, while elected by the people, are not constrained by a constitution as to its actions. In a republic, however, elected officials cannot take away or violate certain rights of the people. The Pledge of Allegiance, which was written in 1892 and adopted by Congress in 1942 as the official pledge, even makes reference to the fact that the U.S. is a republic:

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic, for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” [emphasis added]

The Anti-Federalists and Federalists, as the new nation was being formed, could not agree on how involved the federal government should be in citizens’ lives; a decision on a pure democracy could never be reached. Alexander Hamilton, himself a Federalist, stated that the government being created was a “republican government,” and that true freedom would not be found in a dictatorship nor a true democracy, but in a moderate government.

James Madison, another Federalist, stated that, while citizens would otherwise get together to discuss governmental operations in a democracy, a republic instead leaves the bigger decisions up to its elected representatives. Madison stated that a democracy needs to be “confined to a small spot,” while republics could be “extended over a large[r] region.” What he meant by this, was that by not forming a democracy, citizens could allow representatives to make decisions for them on bigger issues, such as international relations, as opposed to having to find a way to all meet up and discuss these issues together.

Despite the fact that most countries claim that “democracy” is their main goal, most countries govern as republics. However, not all republics are the same; with some, for instance, operating under a president (like the U.S.), and others operating under a parliament (the U.K.), in which the people elect a legislative branch that then decides the executive branch. Even some monarchies operate as republics, despite having royalty as their heads of state.

Island of Hope, Island of Tears
The story of Ellis Island
The American immigration experience

National Park Service
Film by Charles Guggenheim
With Gene Hackman

From 1892-1954, Ellis Island was the port of entry for millions of European immigrants. Fascinating archival footage tells the moving story of families with dreams of opportunity, leaving their homes with what they could carry.
This work is in the public domain and is a Work of the U.S. Government. Here is the contract between the producer and the government:

Deception is a device used to confuse an enemy. From decoy tanks to phony radio broadcasts, these special tools can be the most deadly weapons of all.

Look up "Operation Hoodwink" for a good time.

An insightful and provocative documentary on the life and death of William Cooper, author of the book "Behold a Pale Horse," and host of the popular 90's short-wave radio program "The Hour of Our Time."

This is the documentary about the USA from the time of Lincoln to FDR. In that period, the American System of Economics (which is neither capitalism nor communism) was intentionally spread to other nations, most significantly, Japan, Germany, and Russia (and somewhat in China) which quickly transformed them into industrial superpowers, capable of producing enough for their own independence, and progress.

This was soon considered the most significant threat to the sea power hegemony of the British Free Trade Empire, culminating in their response, which was to manipulate these powers into conflict so they would destroy each other. New evidence of this was revealed on the 100th anniversary of WW1, when a descendant of King George discovered some letters he sent to one of his ministers asking if he had found a reason to go to war with Germany yet.. and insisting that he do so immediately, because they were a threat to British domination of world trade and finance. This is an eerily similar situation to the one we see today, where BRICS is offering to transform the world financial system, a move which is considered a major threat by the Wall Street, London, WTO, IMF, NATO alliance of the west. Except, this time, we intend for there to be a different result.

1932: a True History of the United States -Narrated by Robert Beltran (Star Trek)
In my opinion, it's the most important film Lyndon LaRouche PAC has put out.


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Here are the solutions to all of our problems - do all of them for the best results. Join or start a militia and retake your state. Study the law, and get involved with your local politics. Become an organizer for your community. Find out what they need, and then find out how to get it to them. Become a community organizer or only assholes like Saul Alinsky will. We get every bit of what we deserve.

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