Archive for the ‘documentry’ Tag

Documentry: Food inc

 

HI Kids, 

 

Watched an interesting documentary tonight called “Food, Inc.”, about the state of the American food industry.

Very interesting, and the last 30 minutes is more so disturbing.

Below you can find a link via youtube, but, i encourage you to go search this out for yourself, noting that

the documentary is 1 hour and 30 minutes, not 1 hour long as most of the renditions around are, this being, that the

last 30 minutes are the most interesting…. naming companies like monsanto , who, over the years have had their past employees take

positions of control in the FDA (american food and drug administration) and even one of their lawyers who has gone on to become a supreme court judge

who writes legislation that is PRO Big Food and anti consumers…. interesting…

go watch.

 

Note, that I mention this, because I see our own country heading down this track with TPP – that’s really something all New Zealanders should be aware of

well, not just New Zealanders, but really everyone in the world.

 

 

Interesting Links:

What is TPP – How might it effect us

 Who/What is Monsanto

 

Who is John Key and how exactly did he get into power in NZ ?

 

PS don’t believe everything you see/hear in the media, even this… find things out for your selves.

Don’t let the forthcoming generations grow up stupid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

China Food Journey – A Very worthwhile documentry – worth watching

 

This is a very interesting and very watchable documentary about Food and China, not just food, but politics within food, and how the land is being raped for the rich.  Totally worth watching.. 

 

I don’t know who made this Doco, but it’s outstanding.

 

Babies, The Future, and Population Statistics

An interesting couple of documentaries by the bbc about the changing population of the world with two extreme examples, the massive population decline in Japan and the massive increase in the Philippines. Two different countries at the two different ends of the economic boom.

Statistics trending both ways, as Japan declines and the older generation are too many for the working generation to support (much like what’s happening in NZ) and in the Philippines where it’s the other way around.

Watching the documentary, you can see, that what happened with the boomers in Japan and how its effected the country, will happen to the Philippines or any growing economy. India and China no doubt will be no different.

The third documentary is the statistic one, really interesting to see the world as a whole population wise.

 

no sex please, we’re Japanese, BBC documentary

 

The Definitions of Lower, Middle, and Upper Class–BBC Documentary

 

OVERPOPULATED – BBC Documentary

 

 

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