Freedom From Choice

Many conspiracy theorists have argued that there’s no such thing as a true democracy. Freedom is a myth, and the only way it is obtainable is to live off-grid. Well, the following documentary supports everything that’s been said. Directed by Tim Delmastro, Freedom from Choice is a 2014 documentary that highlights the illusion of freedom…

Eyes of the Rainbow

“Nobody in the world, nobody in history, has ever gotten their freedom by appealing to the moral sense of the people who were oppressing them.” – Assata Shakur   Initially, I didn’t want to highlight the revolutionary that is Assata Shakur until I read her autobiography. But after coming across the following documentary, I couldn’t…

David Icke: Was He Right?

Former sports broadcaster turned conspiracy theorist David Icke is no stranger to controversy. And as someone who gravitates to the problematic ones, I was excited to come across a documentary highlighting his views. The film is entitled, David Icke: Was He Right? In it, he discusses a variety of political events that changed the trajectory…

The Futurists: Scientists Predict The 21st Century

We windup with a world which has the following features: fertility control, 100-year lifespan, controlled thermal nuclear power, continued automation, genetic control, man-machine symbiosis, household robots, wideband communications, opinion control, and continued organization.   Greetings All, I was YouTube browsing when I came across a documentary that proves conspiracy theories can’t be subjective, at least…

The Hidden Lives of “Housegirls”

The abuse of women is a discussion that’s constantly had but often downplayed. Black women, in particular, tend to be the number one victims. As someone who refuses to ignore the realities of this world, I want to share a few documentaries on African women who work as domestic servants. They are called “Housegirls.” The…

Mind Control

About 5 years ago, I was sitting in my apartment down in Florida channel surfing. It was on a Saturday night, so finding a movie or re-run that would cloud my non-existent social life was the top priority. But after about 15 minutes of scrolling through meaningless content, I turned off the TV, unplugged the…

The First Human Clone

Greetings Everyone, If you’ve been following this blog then you know I have a vested interest in science and technology. It’s no secret that we live in a genetically modified world that’s at war with nature and is controlled by money. So when I came across this documentary about cloning it only solidified things. The…

Black In Latin America

Greetings All, I came across a very interesting documentary and wanted to share it with you all. It’s entitled, Black In Latin America. Narrated by Harvard Scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Black In Latin America is a four-part docuseries on the African descendants in Latin America. This series examines how the rich cultures of Latin America…

WINNIE

Greetings Folks, I was YouTube browsing, as usual, when I came across a documentary about one of the most iconic political figures in history—Winnie Mandela. This 2017 film, entitled WINNIE, takes a look into the freedom struggles of South Africans against Apartheid as well as Mandela’s rise and fall from grace. Her fearlessness and dedication…

Voodoo

Greetings Good People, I didn’t have any plans for the day, so I decided to do what I do best: lounge around and browse YouTube. This led me to a very interesting documentary that I had to share with you all. Released in 1993 and directed by Jacques Holender, the film is entitled Voodoo. Its premise is…

The World In 2050

Just to continue our conversation on the future of the planet, I wanted to share a BBC Documentary, entitled The World In 2050. The estimated population will be 9 billion and with the advancement of technology, one could only imagine what society will be like. Fossil fuel and Energy were two hot-button topics that stood…

The Last Lioness

Greetings All, You ever have one of those days when you’re feeling under the weather and you just want to bask in laziness? Well, that’s how I’ve been this Sunday—YouTube and Apple Cider Vinegar have been my best friends. And upon browsing, I came across a National Geographic’s documentary, entitled The Last Lioness, that I…