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Peter Gomez interviene alla presentazione del libro ''Mani sporche''

Teatro Quirino (Roma), 10 gennaio 2008. Marco Travaglio, Gianni Barbacetto e Peter Gomez presentano il loro libro "Mani sporche".
Il sottotitolo si spiega da sé: "2001-2007, così destra e sinistra si sono mangiati la seconda repubblica".
Oltre agli autori, al dibattito intervengono il corrispondente dell'Economist David Lane e il Procuratore aggiunto di Palermo Roberto Scarpinato, che ha indagato sui rapporti tra Cosa Nostra, politica e massoneria.
Vedi anche: Intervento di Marco Travaglio
Intervento di Gianni Barbacetto
Intervento di Pietro Scarpinato
Riprese: Paolo Dimalio, Stefano Pradelli, Matteo Antonelli
Montaggio: Stefano Pradelli, Paolo Dimalio
Produzione: Arcoiris Roma

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Telegiornale Spazio Aperto N°125

Telegiornale Spazio Aperto N°125
Dalle Terme di Chianciano:
Intervista ai giornalisti: Peter Gomez e Marco Travaglio
In collaborazione con Radio Base - Popolare Network
www.radiobase.net
A cura di Massimo Bonella
Biografia di Massimo Bonella

Zeitgeist: the movie

Documentary film Directed by Peter Joseph and created as Not-for-Profit expressions to communicate what the author felt were highly important social understandings which most humans are generally not aware of.The film focuses on suppressed historical & modern information about currently dominant social institutions, while also exploring what could be in store for humanity if the power structures at large continue their patterns of self-interest, corruption, and consolidation.The film opens with a collection of visual art, film footage and audio quotes. It starts with a speech by Chögyam Trungpa about spirituality, followed by a series of musically synchronized clips of war and explosions culminating with the September 11 attacks. This is followed by another sequence of clips, this time showing war casualties. The film's title screen is displayed, and Jordan Maxwell's Inner World of the Occult is quoted, which criticizes religious institutions, governments, and banking cartels who are alleged to "have misled [the people] away from the true and divine presence in the universe." The film's intro ends with a portion of a George Carlin monologue on religion and an accompanying animated cartoon.