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One activist was harpooned by a lance and severely wounded in an attack by tuna fishermen on a Greenpeace France action. The aim of the action was to release a catch of the gravely threatened red tuna fish. *******oceans.greenpeace.fr *******visionon.tv
  • 6 Jun 2010
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CALL THE BBC: 03700 100 222 13 days into the journey and the BBC has yet to cover the 200+ vehicle Viva Palestina Convoy that is travelling with aid from London to Gaza. With massive media coverage in Greece, Turkey and around the World the UK Media should be ashamed of its dereliction of duty. Public interest is intense, our map (*******readingpsc*******/vp3) has received 500,000+ hits in the first 2 weeks alone. About the Convoy: *******vivapalestina**** Get news & track the Convoy: *******readingpsc*******/convoy List of UK media contacts: *******readingpsc*******/media *******swanseaactionforpalestine.blogspot****
  • 2 Jun 2010
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But were they really the attackers?? ask yourself that question AFTER you watch that video: *******www.metacafe****/watch/yt-SUOeBWDJfR0/peace_activists_brutally_attack_idf_soldiers/
  • 2 Jun 2010
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On May 14, 2010, the MV Rachel Corrie pulled out of the docks in Ireland and began her long journey down the coast of Europe to the Mediterranean. She is named after the 23 year old American, Rachel Corrie, who was killed in Gaza by an Israeli bulldozer as she was protecting the home of a Palestinian doctor. She will join seven other vessels in the Mediterranean and sail to Gaza to deliver vitally needed construction, medical and school supplies to the imprisoned population of Gaza.
  • 25 May 2010
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Anti-war message's in the streets.
  • 21 May 2010
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*******www.no2010****/node/898 On March 30-31, the International Olympic Committee, along with VANOC and corporate sponsors, hosted the 8th World Sport and the Environment Conference in Vancouver, BC. Their goal? To promote the 2010 Winter Games as a motor for "social, economic and environmental benefit." The Olympic Resistance Network and other concerned groups held a demonstration outside Canada Place on Monday, March 30 to protest the environmental damage of the Olympics, and opposed this attempt to greenwash the 2010 Games. "The Olympic Committee is trying hard to portray the 2010 Games as environmentally friendly, but many of the corporate sponsors are either directly involved in, or financing, projects and industries involved in the commodification of water, independent private power projects on BC rivers and most significantly the Alberta tar sands, says Harjap Grewal of the Olympic Resistance Network. Construction, air travel, local traffic and other activities for the two week long 2010 Olympics are expected to generate more than 3,700,000 tons of carbon emissions, the equivalent of five per cent of BCs annual CO2 output. At least 100,000 trees have been destroyed for a 17-day event. VANOC and the BC government violated the International Olympic Committees stated requirement that the host city carry out environmental impact studies before starting work. This environmental destruction is occurring on unceded Indigenous lands, with environmental and financial costs that will burden future generations. Those who claim that the 2010 Games are green are either in denial or are simply lying, says Chris Shaw of 2010 Watch and the Olympic Resistance Network. The Games are not about preserving the environment; they are about turning it over to developers to build condos on.
  • 16 May 2010
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A view... head down for a cup of tea. *******democracyvillage.blogspot****
  • 16 May 2010
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Fascinating 15 minute documentary on the semantic web by Kate Ray, notable for its stellar interviewees including Tim Berners-Lee, Clay Shirky, Chris Dixon, David Weinberger, and Nova Spivack. Despite the potential behind the huge surfeit of data on the web, we still have to work hard to properly integrate and interpret it.
  • 15 May 2010
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Mobile phone report update from the Banner Drop outside the gates of no10 from the Democracy Village crew. More films at *******visionon.tv.grassroots
  • 14 May 2010
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Haaa... haaa.... ha, insane cackle from the visionontv crew, look out for updates coming soon. Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 9 May 2010
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India is the biggest recipient of British aid. £2 billion will have been given by 2011 through the Department of International Development (DFID). This is the fourth in a series of short films about the DFID in India, shot by Eshwarappa M and Richard Whittell. In 'Power to the People?', we see the consequences of DFID funded power sector reforms. See *******www***rporatewatch*******/?lid... for an introduction to the series and links to accompanying interviews to this part with Vinay Pandey from the electricity employees union and Dr Sunilam, a member of the Madhya Pradesh parliament. Voiceover by Joanna Christie Music by Tom Rogerson Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 5 May 2010
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India is the biggest recipient of British aid. £2 billion will have been given by 2011 through the Department of International Development (DFID). This is the third in a series of short films about the DFID in India, shot by Eshwarappa M and Richard Whittell. In 'Let them come', we hear from people who are refusing to leave their lands to the South Korean steel company, POSCO, one of the many multinational mining companies that have been encouraged to come to the state following DFID-initiated reforms. See *******www***rporatewatch*******/?lid... for an introduction to the series and links to interviews with Abhay Sahoo, a leader of the anti-POSCO resistance, and Sudhir Pattnaik, an Orissa based journalist. Voiceover by Joanna Christie Music by Tom Rogerson Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 5 May 2010
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Major telecommunications companies are spending millions lobbying the U.S. congress to make the Internet into a private network. In political lingo this mean abandoning what is called "Net Neutrality". In common sense terms it's about the government withdrawing our right to Internet Freedom. This V-Doc. (viral documentary) is about the current threat to Internet Freedom and how we can hold on to the open Internet and our right to communicate. The only way the telecommunications companies will be successful is if we fail to raise awareness about this situation. If people find out about the fact that we are about to lose our Internet freedom there is no way they will allow congress to do this. This congressional decision will set a monumental precedent, and thus, impact not just U.S. citizens, but citizens all over world. Get more great videos *******coanews****/alerts Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 4 May 2010
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On 17th April 2010 around 45 people occupied a piece of unused land in Bristol, England to set up Bristol Ecovillage, a Center for Alternative Technology. By the end of the day they had established themselves and even had built raised planting beds. This film tells the story of this day. Produced by I- Contact video network Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 3 May 2010
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The video starts with the parades arriving in Parliament Square and ends with a Street Reclamation just before the rain set in. More details: *******meltdown*******/election/Election.html *******www.indymedia*******/en/2010/05/450215.html *******london.indymedia*******/articles/4698 Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 3 May 2010
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Dan Bull's rap on unelected corporate toady Lord Mandelson's Digital Economy Act. *******visionon.tv Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 2 May 2010
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An extract from Mike Wayne and Deirdre O'Neill's film "Listen to Venezuela". This scene shows a very different model of democracy in action. Contact the producers to see the whole film. *******listentovenezuela.info *******visionon.tv Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 2 May 2010
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A Honduran peasant woman declares: "Until there's land, there'll be no peace". *******therealnews**** *******visionon.tv Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • 1 May 2010
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