The Corporation is a 2003 Canadian documentary film written by Joel Bakan, and directed by Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbott. The documentary is critical of the modern-day corporation, considering its legal status as a class of person and evaluating its behaviour towards society and the world at large as a psychiatrist might evaluate an ordinary person. This is explored through specific examples. The Corporation has been shown worldwide, on television, and via DVD, file sharing, and free download. Bakan wrote the book, The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power, during the filming of the documentary.
Welcome to the world of the Illuminati and SATAN . Welcome to the NWO – The New World Order which is run by Freemasonry and Satanic cults. This is what are corporations and Government is made up of. consumers are also blamed for the greedy, inhuman, immoral, and evil mind set of the corporations. If consumers are restrained from consuming these harmful products, our planet would be healthier for more generations to come.
High The True Tale of American Marijuana: Beyond the hysteria of Reefer Madness and past the deceptive lessons of “Just Say No”, HIGH exposes the true story of America’s war on drugs. Using government statistics, expert interviews and a large dose of humor, HIGH takes a fresh look at this hot button issue and asks just how much this “war” costs Americans in money, stress, and even lives. There’s a violent drug treatment program that tortured children; an overbearing drug czar that doesn’t care for the people he hurts in his quest; patients who are being denied the medications they need; doctors being prosecuted for trying to help them; and a substance that we all know of, but nobody wants to talk about.
Produced in a very funny and entertaining way, it’s an easy to watch film. Although it’s main focus is Canada, nations around the world use the same system. It presents how nations allow private banks to create their money and put the public in debt to these banks instead of creating their money themselves without any debt. The producers had one-on-one interviews with Canadian Prime Ministers (including Paul Martin) and current government ministers, even the finance minister. It’s a fast paced film, that includes some animations, and never gets boring. Humorously you’ll see politicians lying and contradicting themselves or not having a clue how the money system works. Such an example being when the current finance minister said the Canadian Mint prints the money. When the producers rang the Canadian Mint they said they don’t, the producers told them to send a memo to the finance minister. Then Paul Martin (the former Prime Minister) explains what the producers already said; that the money gets printed by a German company (that also happened to support Zimbabwe’s dictator). You’ll find out that nation’s don’t have to be in debt at all. They can print their own money without any interest but instead the politician’s of past were so nice they let private banks create national money with an astronomical compound interest bill tacked on (good use of tax money?). And since then none of the parties that got into power ever wanted to change that situation in any country in the entire world. If you are going to show a film on banking to members of the public who don’t know much about financial matters this must be the best documentary for that purpose as it keeps the attention span and you laughing.