Documentaries to make you think, cringe, cry, or wonder.. 2

The guy on the right is Ross "Skull" May. He turns up alive and well at Lord M's Sydney meeting commending Lord M's views on gays. To be fair Lord M demurs.

smiley-happy005[12]smiley-happy005[14]smiley-happy005[16]smiley-happy005[18]smiley-happy005[20] Meet the Sceptics (BBC 2011)

One reason for reverting to a format for this blog I had used quite some time ago is that I can now more easily keep track of promises like Documentaries to make you think, cringe, cry, or wonder.. 1.

Over the next week or so I will introduce you to some of the best documentaries I have found on the internet, particularly through sites like Documentary Heaven. I have downloaded quite a few over the past two years…

This one I have just downloaded!  Watts Up With That hates it; Lord Monckton tried to have it suppressed.

The truth is that it is brilliant and very fair to a whole lot of people who are not used to the concept of fair representation themselves. Even Lord Monckton is humanised rather than demonised; the presenter even goes so far as to say he rather likes him as a person. That is not just a ploy.

What’s up with Monckton is now pretty well known. It’s easy really: he’s just plain wrong.

Scarier even than that is the US Republican Party and so many “freedom-loving Americans” and weird right-wing TV channels from Fox on through even more biased and crazy excuses for news and commentary. Watch the doco to see what I mean.

This documentary is a model of judicious presentation. I hope our ABC gives it the Four Corners treatment. It must be seen by everyone.

The guy on the right is Ross "Skull" May. He turns up alive and well at Lord M's Sydney meeting commending Lord M's views on gays. To be fair Lord M demurs.

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