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May 24, 2021
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Given the website’s interest in the Middle East:
It is difficult to find a copy of this film with
English subtitles; it is a very painful film to
watch, but very important and surely of
documentary interest to your many readers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiLt5awzmyI
Born in Deir Yassin (2017) Complete Film with English Subtitles – YouTube
Uploading this publicly because it’s not available to stream or buy anywhere and I believe it needs to be available to those who search for it. It personally…
Thanks, Alfi, however, I found it very difficult to read the subtitles.
What is it about?
Hi, I have read with interest the various posts regarding imperialism and Afghanistan. I thought a post I made on a blogging site may be relevant as it includes a very personal aspect of what I’d term economic conscription of the rural poor.
Hi Alexander, or is it Liam (the author of the linked piece)? Thanks for the link; it’s a good piece. Very sad, indeed.
Thanks for putting on the interview about WW2. I have studied these myths too. I was groomed to be a soldier and was sent to the American War in Viet Nam in 1968.
SInce then I have studied a lot to find out the truth about war, is it necessary, was there ever a “good” one?
Recently I have read professor Jacques Pauwels books, the Myth of the Good War and Hitler and Big Business. These books also show the complicity of American politicians and big businesses in the production of this disasterous war.
Thanks for your comment and the suggested books, Tomas. So sorry to hear that you were in Vietnam as a soldier. Good to hear that you’ve since studied about war.
Here’s the link to the interview:
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