2003 - Rick Rowley - The Fourth World War
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This movie was incredibly moving. It wasn't able to provide much background to any of the events shown due to the length and format, but it gave a good snapshot of activism from the past ten years.
It would be easy for people to label this movie as "Propaganda". For some reason, it seems easier for people to label something left-leaning as Propaganda than the news that everyone is forced to take notice of on the TV every night, which is unmistakably right-leaning, especially in the case of countries like Britain and the United States. It is a shame that for the most part this movie will be preaching to the converted, as I believe it has something valuable to say to everyone - that one's voice, despite how small it may seem, can actually rise up and be heard along with thousands of others, as long as one has the motivation to shout loudly enough.
Of course this film was unable to show both sides of every issue, but that wasn't what this movie was about. It was a successful attempt to show the side that most people never see of so many conflicts throughout the world - Israel/Palestine, the Zapatista movement in Mexico, and all the protesting that surrounds the meetings of the WTO, the IMF and the G8 conferences. And it inspires you to get out and say something yourself.
Feb 22, 2008, 02:50:07
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Cicardia, you're obviously a pro-social new member of this community re-upping a lot of stuff in the last few weeks -Bravo!- but please don't overextend your resources and upload more large torrents than you can seed. It only serves to frustrate those on the other end and make them cry "seed please!" I would recommend not upping a second torrent until your first has AT LEAST one other seed to 'take over' so you can upload a full copy of the next torrent. This is merely my advice though and I speak for myself as a dedicated member of the community (but certainly don't speak for the community).
Keep up the good work my friend, patience is a virtue for all of us (except for the 'revolution of everyday life' of course).
Feb 23 2008, 00:26 CET
hey, thankz good advice!
Feb 24 2008, 20:57 CET
If you have a strong left wing view of the world then you are clearly going to label anything to the right of you as right wing. The fact is, whether you agree or not, that the BBC and UK newspapers (some of which are slightly to the left of centre and some of which are slightly to the right) all hover around the middle ground and therefore reflect the views of the overwhelmng majority of the country. That's why centre ground parties are always elected in the UK. The stuff you believe in may or not be propaganda (personally, I think it is based on the dictionary definition of the word) but it is certainly very left wing when seen through the eys of the average UK citizen. Why do you think so few people, relatively speaking, share your view of the world?
Feb 25 2008, 10:39 CET