It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.

Upton Sinclair

PS: If you’ve not seen “There Will Be Blood” – you should. The world will make a lot more sense to you when you do ~ G

Collapse by Michael Ruppert

BREAKING: “COLLAPSE has been removed from NETFLIX. That is confirmed. I do not know why. I have made inquiries but suspect censorship.  Please do all that you can to keep it up on YouTube.” ~ Michael C. Ruppert

Anything they try to censor now – you should probably be watching, reading and sharing. This film changed my entire life path. I value this man’s work, his integrity and his friendship on the path to awakening. Watch it for that reason, too. It is that important.

Roger Ebert: “I have no way of assuring you that the bleak version of the future outlined by Michael Ruppert in Chris Smith’s “Collapse” is accurate. I can only tell you I have a pretty good built-in B.S. detector, and its needle never bounced off zero while I watched this film. There is controversy over Ruppert, and he has many critics. But one simple fact at the center of his argument is obviously true, and it terrifies me.“

Collapse by Michael Ruppert

Sunday Matinee – Robert Newman’s History of Oil ~ A Comedy?

submitted by Gabrielle Price

Robert Newman is not your average funny man.  He’s also the author of four books and a published journalist.  Last year he lectured on the economics of ecology at universities and at the Center For Alternative Technology in Machynlleth, Wales.  He contributes a column titled No Planet B to publications Vice and for Earthmatters.

This video is funny, informative and absolutely rife with whimsical, vaudevillian genius.  You owe it to yourself to watch this and share it with others who seek a deeper understanding of geopolitics, energy resource wars and environmental stewardship – with LULZ.

Robert Newman delivers crucial knowledge with wit, charm and earnest humor.  The Refreshment Center hopes you will make time to view and share this 45 minute gem.  A filmed stage presentation, run entirely on energy provided by Eco-cyclists!