Most interesting documentaries on Youtube

whitecoast

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
This was an interesting documentary (although mainstream) about the various social strata in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the inequalities and opportunities that exist in a country as resource rich, corrupt country with high levels of poverty. The most disturbing story was the preacher selling snake oil, and filling stadiums with true believers - almost felt sick to watch.


Many millionaires live in the Democratic Republic of Congo, one of the world's poorest countries. This film depicts some of those who have made fortunes amid the chaos, including musicians, mining bosses, entrepreneurs and preachers. The DRC is rich in raw materials, but only a few profit from its natural resources. While 60% of Congo's inhabitants live on less than $1.25 per day, businessmen, artists, former rebel leaders and evangelists are reaping the rewards of economic growth. In the capital, Kinshasa, these new rich live in safe and luxurious enclaves, while children toil in coltan mines in the eastern part of the country. Fally Ipupa has made his money with music. Others rely on their business acumen, like Patricia Nzolantima, who founded a taxi company and aims to give more opportunities to women. With 3,000 mine workers, Cooperamma is the largest employer in North Kivu, in the east of the DRC. Managing director Robert Seninga says his coltan mines are extremely well-run, yet safety standards are poor. Coltan, a globally coveted mineral, is used in cell phones and other devices. It’s both a blessing and a curse for the Congo. It makes some rich, but for others it means death. The region still suffers from ethnic and factional conflicts, with money from illegal coltan smuggling financing new violence. It’s a vicious cycle.
 
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memeontheroof

Padawan Learner
FOTCM Member
Documentary describing the life of the late Irish druid, Ben McBrady. Ben McBrady, known as Brady of the Name and Herenach of the Two Kilmores, was Aircinneac and Herenach of a pre-Druid Megalithic Order called “The Old Gaelic Order,” often referred to simply as “The Order.” Ben McBrady is believed to have been the last member of “The Old Gaelic Order.” Because of this he was called “The Last Druid.” He passed away in January of 1996. Ben McBrady was a descendant of Lugar MacLugair (Lughaid mac Loeguire), who was Chief Druid of Ireland and Druid to the High King Leary and the Kings of Leinster. Lugar MacLugair was also believed to have been a member of “The Old Gaelic Order.”
Recently I noticed a brief comment that said if anyone wanted more info on Ben McBrady to send an email . So I emailed just out of curiosity and a web page of a fellow claiming to be Ben McBradys former student came up and it was a Rosicrution school looking for recruits. I am sorry that I posted the video without looking into it further. They are very clever and devious and they had me completly sucked in and I am sorry And I also have a question. A few years ago Sott had a video on youtube about high strangeness and aliens and I can't seem to find it It was a really great video . Does anyone know the name of the documentary.?
 

neonix

Jedi Council Member
A few years ago Sott had a video on youtube about high strangeness and aliens and I can't seem to find it It was a really great video . Does anyone know the name of the documentary.?
I use video.bing.co m and find this
www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFbJN_jHByE

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DN investigates: Inside the Kiev bitcoin fraud factory
www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFmzb-obNgQ
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I would like to ask does sott team plan to publish "Evidence of Revision" online with multilanguage subtitles?
 
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