A bite-sized mini documentary based on the book of the same name by Murray Rothbard. Topics include: the dangers of the welfare state, monetary policies backed by debt, taxation without representation, and other means of state based violence.
There is a war on journalism and Julian Assange is at the centre of that war. He is facing a 175 year sentence for publishing if extradited to the United States. If this precedent is set then what happens to Assange can happen to any journalist.
In a Hard Money society wealth can only be acquired by creating actual value to others. WTF happened in 1971? Uploaded with permission by Lightbox Pictures: https://www.hardmoneyfilm.com (support these guys!)
The Monopoly On Violence is a Libertarian themed crowdfunded documentary about anarchism and the state. Probably the best primer on the history of statism online. Topics: history of anarchism, panarchy, the failure of central banking, and the emergence of crypto-anarchy.
The Spider’s Web explores how London became the money-laundering capital of the world for the rich and powerful. With contributions from leading experts, academics, and former insiders, the film highlights how in the world of international finance, corruption and secrecy have prevailed over regulation and transparency.
The Code is a Finnish documentary (subs included) about Linux from 2001, featuring some of the most influential people of the free software movement. Open sourced Linux is certainly one of most important contributions ever made in modern computing.
A fresh new documentary about bitcoin and the crypto revolution. Topics include the history of currency, distributed systems, the need for cryptocurrency, and the dangers of capital controls. The film is produced for free by by Raimu Inc., a Japanese…
All 4 parts of The Century of the Self, a 2002 British television documentary series by filmmaker Adam Curtis. Looking for the Red Pill on propaganda and how the state engineers your consent? This is it!
I’ve restored this copy of The Global Brain from my private archive bros! This is Peter Russell’s award-winning live audio-visual presentation from 1983. He explores the idea that the Earth is an integrated, self-regulating living organism and asks what function humanity might have for this planetary being.