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.
Linus Torvalds creator of Linux interviewed by Charlie Rose. This is a 1080p remaster of his 2001 interview where he covers the creation of Linux, the open source movement, and the glory of internet. Strap in goys, Linus is the real Chad.
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!
Wat Khudeedao temple ruins about 10km outside scenic Ayutthaya, Thailand. We’re off the beaten track a bit here but I love spelunking old Thai temples! Footage is from late Dec, 2017. Amazing Thailand!
One of the easiest to understand videos on the fractional reserve banking scam. This animated documentary by Canadian Paul Grignon explains the greatest crime against humanity ever: the perverse Money as Debt system we all know today.
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the attack on the USS Liberty so I remastered from VHS one of the best documentaries on the subject: “The Loss of Liberty”. This in-depth documentary includes interviews with high-ranking Israeli military officers.
David Icke interview from early 2017 in which he discusses the nature of reality including the phantom self, societal programming, synchronicity, and the manipulation of perception. 30 straight minutes of Red Pills.
A popular Graham Hancock lecture from March 2014 where he investigates much of his material from Magicians of the Gods including his deluge hypothesis (great flood), Atlantis, and the connection to various megalithic sites from around the world.
Original HD version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4k8pdJ2so4 Graham Hancock has often described the human race as a species with amnesia. In this lecture he invites us to not only re-consider our past but also to re-evaluate our present. Originally titled, ‘My Discoveries…