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    Movies: The Documentary thread
    #1
    Share and post your vids, or/and a torrent link of interesting documentaries. Any/all topics welcome, as is discussion of any you see.

    I'l start with these 2 documentaries on Monsanto and gmo...



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    Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of...
    Directed by Gary Null, Richard Polonetsky. With Mike Adams, Michael...

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    #2
    I know the first one,excellent.
    gonna watch the second one shortly.

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    #3
    THE CLASSIC EXAMPLE of "BEING TAKEN FOR A RIDE"


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    #4
    ^^Excellent documentary sj, thanks for sharing.

    Dirty Wars


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    Dirty Wars (2013)
    Directed by Rick Rowley. With Jeremy Scahill, Nasser Al Aulaqi,...

    thanks to gcjm for recommending this eye opener. Yay
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    #5
    yes,excellent docu

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    5 Broken Cameras




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    Five Broken Cameras (2011)
    Directed by Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi. With Emad Burnat, Soraya Burnat,...
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    #8
    saw this docu about a month ago,I'm still sick in the stomach daily thinking of it,I for one will never go back to sri lanka again,other then commonwealth heads of states shaking hands with mass murderers


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    #10
    For those of you who may not know, there is a documentary TV series called Mayday that deals with all kinds of airline disasters.

    I really like it. It documents almost all the larger airline disasters from the 1970s up to today. It has 11 seasons and close to 100 hour-long episodes.

    It is produced by the National Geographic channel and I would like to recommend it to everyone here who has any interest in understanding what disasters have occurred and why.

    IMO, it is a top-notch documentary show and it can be D/L'd from TPB.
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