Posts Tagged ‘sunday’

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Becoming Immortal’ (2018)

Silicon Valley is obsessed with extending human life, either on this planet, or in cyber space. This film is about how life extension is drifting toward reality thanks to the latest technological innovations. But will it be available to the general public, or only for millionaire and billionaire elites? Who would want to become immortal, […]

Erdan says record 1,729 Jews entered Temple Mount in one day on Sunday

A record 1,729 Jews entered the Temple Mount compound on Sunday, compared to the 1,440 who did so last year, to mark the Tisha B’Av fast day, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan’s office announced. The number is a new record for a single day, though the day’s visits consisted of entering the holy compound and […]

Araghchi calls Sunday extraordinary JCPOA meeting ‘constructive’

MNA – Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi described today’s emergency meeting with parties to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal as “constructive”. “The atmosphere was constructive. Discussions were good. I cannot say that we resolved everything, I can say there are lots of commitments,” he told Reuters. Araghchi met with the Secretary General of the […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘MH17: Call for Justice’ (2019)

The investigative team from Bonanza media comprises of independent journalists and media professionals, all of who undertook a ground-breaking forensic inquiry into the downing of MH17 in eastern Ukraine. It includes exclusive interviews with political leaders and also one of the suspects of the downing of MH17. They also spoke with the Malaysian prime minister […]

Actor Faisal Abu Alhayjaa appears in NY this Sunday

The Palestinian actor Faisal Abu Alhayjaa is known to the New York theater audience for his charismatic performance as a wounded resistance fighter in “The Siege,” a production from the Jenin Freedom Theatre that was blocked for more than a year from getting to the stage here because it humanized people who are dismissed as […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Stealing a Nation: Theft of the Chagos Islands’ (2014)

Our weekly documentary film curated by the editorial team at 21WIRE. This film was written and directed by filmmaker John Pilger, and it chronicles the initial legal battle by the expelled residents of the Chagos Islands Archipelago, chiefly from the island of Diego Garcia, who forcibly removed by the British government between 1967 and 1973 […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: Cobra Gypsies (2015)

Our weekly documentary film curated by our editorial team at 21WIRE. This is a stunning documentary piece by independent filmmaker Raphael Treza, chronicling his adventure with the Indian gypsies in the deserts of India’s northwestern Rajasthan province. Along with stunning visuals and a very personal feel to the story and its characters, this production also […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘How Wealth Becomes Power’ (2018)

Our weekly documentary film curated by our editorial team at 21WIRE. Germany is one of the world’s richest countries, but inequality is on the rise. While the power elite are pulling ahead, the poor are falling behind at an ever more rapid rate. Meanwhile, the middle classes is shrinking at an ever-increasing rate too. Hard […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: The Spider’s Web: Britain’s Second Empire (2017)

Our weekly documentary feature curated by our editorial team at 21WIRE. This is a story about how Britain transformed from an imperial power to a financial power. As the British Empire began to subside, a new empire was already being constructed in City of London. In its narrow winding streets and Masonic livery halls, shadowy […]

Self-Help Sunday: Being an “Alpha Male” and/or a “Real Man” is the Only Way to Keep a Woman

Andrew Anglin Daily Stormer December 9, 2018 Here’s the thing guys. If you really want to get a girl to stick with you for life, you have to be a real man. You have to be an alpha male, capable of controlling her with a firm hand. If you are a real […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Invisible War – Depleted Uranium and The Politics of Radiation’ (2000)

Our weekly documentary curated by our editorial team at 21WIRE. After the First Gulf War in 1991, many Iraq children were born with malformations and other birth defects, and in the USA, hundred of thousands of soldiers contracted an unexplained illness known as Gulf War Syndrome. Shockingly, those children born in the US were also […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: Gulf War Syndrome: Killing Our Own (2007)

Our weekly documentary film curated by our editorial team at 21WIRE. Although this film is now a decade old, this subject is more timely than ever. Many viewers will find many of the things they will see and hear in this documentary appalling. Over 250,000 US troops were likely exposed to or have suffered the […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘The History of Oil’ (2006)

Our weekly documentary film curated by the editorial team at 21WIRE. British performance artist Robert Newman delves deep into the world wars and real politik, with this brilliant and creative journey through Newman’s unique theatre of the mind – chronicling the exploits of the Anglo-American Empire over the last hundred years – with oil as […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: Inside the Israeli Lobby in USA (2017)

Our weekly documentary film curated by our editorial team at 21WIRE. Recently, a Palestinian advocacy media outlet, Electronic Intifada, obtained a complete copy of The Lobby – USA, a four-part undercover investigation into Israel’s covert influence in the US politics, produced by Al Jazeera – but was censored and pulled down after coming under pressure from […]

Gilad Atzmon on Sunday Wire Discussing the last Synagogue Shooting

October 29, 2018  /  Gilad Atzmon I was interviewed yesterday by Patrick Henningsen/Sunday Wire about the recent synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I offered my view of this tragic event and also allowed myself to offer an alternative view of the current dystopia. Unlike most liberals and so called ‘progressives,’ I see the constant rise in mass […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Saudi Arabia Uncovered’ (2017)

Is the House of Saud really a family at war with itself? Currently, Saudi Arabia stands at a critical crossroads, facing unprecedented change, and challenges from within and without. For nearly a century, the oil Kingdom has long enjoyed seemingly inexhaustible wealth and untold power and influence. But there are real problems brewing. Their unabashed […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: Voices From the Gasfields (2015)

This is the film the UK & Australian Governments do not want you to see. This moving documentary by international activist Ian R. Crane chronicles the accounts of families living under the degradation of the Unconventional hydrocarbon industry, aka Fracking. Their testimonies reveal the day to day pollution of water, air, light and noise. Due […]

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Decadence & Downfall of the Shah of Iran’ (2016)

It was meant to be the 2500th year celebration of the Persian empire, but it turned out to be the catalyst for the dynasty’s downfall. In 1971, the Shah of Iran, ‘king of kings’, wanted to celebrated the Persian monarchy and channel the legacy of Cyrus the Great by throwing the most lavish party party […]

On Sunday Israelis shot, injured Palestinians in Gaza, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Jericho, abducted others, etc.

Related Posts SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Becoming Immortal’ (2018) Silicon Valley is obsessed with extending human life, either on this planet, or in cyber Erdan says record 1,729 Jews entered Temple Mount in one day on Sunday A record 1,729 Jews entered the Temple Mount compound on Sunday, compared to the 1,440 Araghchi calls Sunday extraordinary JCPOA […]

Sunday Wire Redux: ‘Operation Paper Bag’ with guests Mike Robinson, Vanessa Beeley

LISTEN TO THE SUNDAY WIRE LIVE EVERY SUNDAY: 5pm-8pm UK Time | 12pm-3pm ET (US) | 9am-12am PT (US) The SUNDAY WIRE will not broadcast live this week – so we’re running a repeat of Episode #242 ‘Operation Paper Bag’ hosted by Patrick Henningsen with guests Mike Robinson and Vanessa Beeley. In the first hour, we’ll discuss all the […]

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