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Chinese Mafia – Triads in America

| December 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
Chinese Mafia – Triads in America

This documentary is short review of the Chinese mob, Triads, in the United States. Expect to see interviews from a number of people involved in the Chinese underworld in one way or another. The Triads are involved in drugs, murder, racketeering, and are an offshoot of the Freemasons. Chinese Mafia – Triads in America

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Hell’s Angels – America’s Book of Secrets

| December 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
Hell’s Angels – America’s Book of Secrets

This documentary offers a view of the Hell’s Angels that has militarized feel. It offers a encompassing view of the Hell’s Angels motorcycle club from a bird’s eye view. The United States government believes there are about 500 biker gangs with over 250,000 members. The king of which are the Hell’s Angels. Most gangs are […]

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Hell’s Angels

| December 19, 2013 | 1 Comment
Hell’s Angels

The infamous Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Gang are revealed in this interesting Gangland documentary produced for the History Channel. The Hell’s Angels are the largest, richest, and most powerful motorcycle club. The Hell’s Angels (According To the Video); The Outlaws are the mortal enemy are the Hell’s Angels. They use bombs, guns, and bloodshed when they […]

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China From The Inside

| August 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
China From The Inside

China From the Inside is documentary about Communist China, an ancient civilization that is still around, and relevant. China is growing as a power with aims at leading the world. However, The People’s Republic of China lacks justice in a lot of areas. The gap between rich and poor are getting wider and the less […]

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Africa’s Moonshine Epidemic

| May 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
Africa’s Moonshine Epidemic

This documentary film takes us to Uganda, the so called alcoholism capital of Africa and dives into the world of African Moonshine. Uganda is the top place in the world as far as alcohol consumption. Ugandans are the hardest drinking Africans in the motherland, both in terms of per capita consumption and the hooch they choose […]

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Drugs, Inc. – Cocaine

| January 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Drugs, Inc. – Cocaine

This documentary represents a full review and first hand look at the over 500 billion dollar (figure adjusted for a crashing dollar) per year narcotics industry focusing on cocaine, crack, and related substances. Cocaine is a global business connecting coca farmers in the southern hemisphere, to crackheads & dope snorters in America’s poorest and richest […]

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Hollywood’s Satanic Agenda

| December 3, 2012 | 2 Comments
Hollywood’s Satanic Agenda

This documentary film sheds light on the cesspool known as Hollywood for what it is: a beautiful set, teeming with biological demon life from all walks. the gloves are removed and the glamor is exposed for the spiritual filth that it represents; evil. Hollywood’s Satanic Agenda Also in the Hollywood Unmasked II documentary which is […]

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American Gangster

| November 29, 2012 | 0 Comments
American Gangster

This old school gangster documentary is from the era of the prohibition and focuses on the gangsters of that day. The Bootleg Years are covered in detail in the featured video playlist. Prohibition was considered a noble experiment, but it created the underground criminal era which gave rise to bootlegging, thus the birth of organized […]

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Why Beauty Matters

| November 29, 2012 | 0 Comments
Why Beauty Matters

Roger Scruton, a well known philosopher, presents his case for beauty being put back at the center of society. Also, he stresses the importance of beauty in the arts as a factor in our lives that should be highly prized and valued. The 20th & 21st century has turned its back on beauty by making […]

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Ludwig van Beethoven Documentary

| November 27, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ludwig van Beethoven Documentary

A video documentary about the life of Ludwig van Beethoven. He was German pianist, and composer of musical works. He was born December 16th of 1770 in Bonn, and died March 26th of 1827 in Vienna. He was an innovator when it came to music, and he demonstrated this by widening the scope of symphony, […]

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