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As Congress still swoons over the anti-Kremlin Magnitsky narrative, Western political and media leaders refuse to let their people view a documentary that debunks the fable, reports Robert Parry.
By Robert Parry Updated Aug. Why is the U. But the Magnitsky myth has a special place as the seminal fabrication of the dangerous New Cold War between the nuclear-armed West and nuclear-armed Russia.
Hedge-fund executive William Browder in a deposition. On June 13, , they funded a major event at the Newseum to show their fake documentary, inviting representatives of Congress and the State Department to attend.
United States law is very explicit that those acting on behalf of foreign governments and their interests must register under FARA so that there is transparency about their interests and their motives. I hope that my story will help you understand the methods of Russian operatives in Washington and how they use U. But the Magnitsky myth took off in when Browder sold his tale to neocon Senators Ben Cardin, D-Maryland, and John McCain, R-Arizona, who threw their political weight behind a bipartisan drive in Congress leading to the passage of the Magnitsky sanctions act, the opening shot in the New Cold War.
In other words, the viewer gets to see a highly sympathetic portrayal of Browder and Magnitsky as supposedly corrupt Russian authorities bring charges of tax fraud against them. When one of the Browder-accused police officers, Pavel Karpov, filed a libel suit against Browder in London, the case was dismissed on technical grounds because Karpov had no reputation in Great Britain to slander.
In fact, there is a scene in the documentary in which Nekrasov invites the actor who plays Karpov in the docudrama segment to sit in on an interview with the real Karpov.
In the documentary, Karpov, the police officer, accuses Browder of lying about him and specifically contests the claim that he Karpov used his supposedly ill-gotten gains to buy an expensive apartment in Moscow.
Karpov added wistfully that he had to sell the apartment to pay for his failed legal challenge in London, which he said he undertook in an effort to clear his name. So it suits him to pose as a victim. A similar lack of skepticism prevailed in the United States. Couple walking along the Kremlin, Dec. Photo by Robert Parry. As the documentary proceeds, Browder starts avoiding Nekrasov and his more pointed questions. The easygoing Browder of the early part of the documentary — as he lays out his seamless narrative without challenge — is gone; instead, a defensive and angry Browder appears.
But Nekrasov continues to find more contradictions and discrepancies. Finally securing another interview, Nekrasov confronts Browder with the core contradictions of his story. Incensed, the hedge-fund executive rises up and threatens the filmmaker. The documentary also includes devastating scenes from depositions of a sullen and uncooperative Browder and a U.
While taking money from the U. OCCRP played a key role, too, in the so-called Panama Papers, purloined documents from a Panamanian law firm that were used to develop attack lines against Russian President Vladimir Putin although his name never appeared in the documents. Red Square in Moscow with a winter festival to the left and the Kremlin to the right.
Will democracy survive if human rights — its moral high ground — is used to protect selfish interests? But Americans and Europeans are being spared the discomfort of having to answer that question or to question their representatives about the failure to skeptically examine this case that has pushed the planet on a course toward a possible nuclear war.
Instead, the mainstream Western media has hurled insults at Nekrasov even as his documentary is blocked from any significant public viewing. Nekrasov encountered similar resistance in the United States. There were hopes to show the documentary to members of Congress but the offer was rebuffed. Instead a room was rented at the Newseum near Capitol Hill.
Browder and the Magnitsky Act. But it is important that such slick spin be fully exposed for its twisted story and sly deceptions.
It is also unlikely that Americans and Europeans will get a chance to view this blacklisted documentary in the future. Netflix has declined to take it. If that were made, certainly a tide of demand to see the original film itself would arise. Does anyone know how to rent it for public showing?
Sounds like the producers may have to release it freely on the web. Other than starting more time-consuming and, under the circumstances, likely unhelpful campaigns such as petitioning Netflix, how else is the wider public going to be able to view the film? A tiny fragment of an electronic circuit board said by police to have been found 17 miles from the crash site has been proven by two independent and reputable scientists to be of unknown origin and a fake.
His letter was simply filed in police archives, and no further action taken. It did not emerge from the files until 9 years after the trial had concluded. This is currently being pursued by his family and their Scottish lawyer. And so the Lockerbie saga continues, almost now in its 30th year.
But still the film is banned, and all comments and evidence by those who have researched the subject are mocked, and the characters of those who question are themselves attacked. Dr Jim Swire and I are close to finishing a detailed and authoritative history of the Lockerbie event.
Hopefully matters will reach a proper conclusion in As with the Truth, information it contains has an uncomfortable habit of eventually finding its way to daylight. People are welcome to study it, and challenge if they wish. We will be happy to provide documentary and photographic evidence. I read the article once, and realized I needed a hard copy, being unfamiliar with most of the information. I read, circled, highlighted, even goggled a little. Not one indication that anyone was even remotely interested.
So I walked away for a while. The government and the 6 people controlling most of our media already know. Will browder be sharing his bomb shelter in the event of a nuclear exchange? How many millions die if the missiles launch? Hundreds of millions when you count all the Russians. As free Americans used to do.
Now we let others decide for us. No one ever asked for permission to censor. They just did it. And we sit here and take it. And that his apparatchik, Magnitsky, was about to testify against Browder when Magnitsky somehow died in prison.
And then Congress passed the Magnitsky Act, imposing sanctions on Russia, based on lies from an American hedge-funder plundering and criminally ripping off Russia. These are the LBO operators who purchased companies like Sears, Payless and Nordstroms, pumped them full of debt and asset stripped them for huge paydays for themselves. Does not bode well for the continuance of the species though the planet will eventually recover in a few million years.
We really need Sam Clemens. And George Carlin for that matter…but then again the power is so entrenched just how can anyone tip this bucket of noxious slop over? Voting is a complete joke. It certainly makes a case for an open and honest investigation. Secondly, Mr Parry reveals a considerable lack of knowledge of things European when he denies that Magnitsky was a lawyer merely because the university he went to is called the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics.
As for the film, Wikipedia: That, obviously, colours his view of this film. Kenny, to be so sure in your judgement you must have seen the film yourself. Contrary to your claim: So even though his own mother says he was an accountant, he still must be a lawyer in your eyes, because Mr. Parry must always be wrong. Are you talking abut the same America that has killed more innocent people since WW2 than any other country? Has overthrown more democratic governments than any other country?
Has exported more weapons than any other country? Spends more on killing machines than any other country? Supports more inequality than any other country? Has more military bases overseas than any other country? Has more obese citizens than any other country?
Is spending more to upgrade its nuclear weapons than any other country? The film version shown to journalists in Helsinki before the Love and Anarchy film festival was 2 hours and 32 minutes, apparently too long for television. Nekrasov suggested a serial in parts. Thanks, Finn, very interesting. I read one of the links to articles in the Finnish magazine, Suomen Kuvalehti. The young are cynical, and compromised to the max, better to get lost in some smart phone device, and that is like sick science fiction used to be.
So useful to the puppet apprentice masters! He is a clowns clown, poor damned fool, not too poor, yet though. No kidding, a huge coming together. I think this is the link: This documentary, linked by Elizabeth, is from year , mainly about Litvinenko case. A version which serious physicists, whom I know closely, have debunked completely.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Many of the reviewers have already gone deeply into individual song reviews and what they liked, what they didn't like and the nonce. Allow me to say that this is one of the finest live solo albums ever. David Gilmour takes a collection of songs from Syd Barrett, Pink Floyd, himself and a few others he just wanted to perform and blends them into a great DVD. The players and singers he surrounds himself with are first rate and the performance showcases everyone.
What is predominately showcased is the music itself. Comfortably Numb is one of my all-time favorite songs or in that stratosphere of musical numbers that I consider all-time greats and the version, actually two versions, on this DVD leave no doubt to the greatness of the song.
The arrangement of it is wonderful and includes subtleties not generally heard in rock music, and yet, it kicks butt. David Gilmour is one of the masters of guitar tone whether playing acoustic or electric guitar and this DVD is no exception to the rule of great tone. His relationship with the guitar is one of pure magic and, as such, brings out the magic in the performances of others. The additional bits are also quite excellent. I particularly enjoyed the "Digits" as one for those of us that play the guitar.
Not many guitarists would release close up DVD images of them playing. The "Home Movie" is also wonderful as it shows us a rehearsal of a work in process. How good can it get? I grew up with Pink Floyd music. So, simply put, I am an enormous fan of David Gilmour. There are guitarist just as talented in their own way as Gilmour but Gilmour is my most favored guitarist due to his particular expression with his guitar.
For me, no one gives guitar like Dave gives guitar! Having said that I have mixed feelings about this DVD. It isnt like watching a live concert as there is no audience for the AOL session, practice thing Just another day in the cubby hole.
If David Gilmour's music had evidenced this kind of vision for the last decade and a half, he might have immunized himself from the scorn of those who thought Pink Floyd suffered a beheading when Roger Waters departed. Gilmour has absolutely reinvigorated many of these songs.
Some are performed with substantially new arrangements for the very first time, no longer suffocated by Gilmour's almost military precision during Pink Floyd's last two tours. Gilmour even includes two songs from Syd Barrett's solo repertoire, "Terrapin" and "Dominoes," preserving their surreal playfulness without succumbing to the frustration and anxiety that pervade Barrett's own recordings.
Most refreshing of all, Pink Floyd classics such as "Comfortably Numb," which has never sounded quite right without a united Floyd, finally bloom under the stewardship of a band capable of recapturing some elusive but essential qualities of the original recordings. This great song has suffered endless failed makeovers, including execrable vocals by Van Morrison in Berlin and Bruce Hornsby in Seville as well as Gilmour's soulless arrangement from to that sounds in retrospect not altogether unlike grunge metal.
The versions on this DVD begin at a slow, sedate pace that should transfix listeners of such bands as the Grateful Dead and the Cowboy Junkies. Each features a different vocalist substituting for Roger Waters.
I slightly favor Bob Geldof, whose starring role in The Wall film certainly bolsters his credibility here, but both successfully execute the hushed expressiveness that characterizes Waters' vocals.
The atmosphere unravels as it was intended, fraught with trepidation in the beginning, anasthetized on a cushion of air when Gilmour's chorus melts the tension, and soaring above everything once Gilmour unleashes the greatest guitar solo ever played, which always sounds as though it wants to continue wailing forever. Other highlights of the performance that merit special comment include "Smile," debuting here, a beautiful new song similar in style to "Green is the Colour"; "Je Crois Entendre Encore," a serene but haunting Bizet aria; "Fat Old Sun," Gilmour's first performance of his composition since that era; and "Breakthrough," from Floyd keyboardist Rick Wright's underappreciated solo album, Broken China.
Although Sinead O'Connor sang "Breakthrough" on the album, Wright appears here as a guest to great applause and performs the vocals with Gilmour's band. Accordingly, this is the only version of one of Wright's best songs that he actually sings himself.
One should also take care not to neglect the special features the DVD offers in addition to the main performance. Even presented alone, they would stand among the most interesting artifacts in the Pink Floyd universe, and longtime fans should applaud the powers that be for finally realizing that these experiments and curios merit commercial release. The most interesting is the choral version of "High Hopes," where Gilmour brings his dozen background vocalists to the foreground and treats the audience to a haunting tone poem.
Minimalism triumphs as the choral component alone proves more arresting than "High Hopes" itself, as beautifully chilling as the "Celestial Voices" part of Floyd's psychedelic melange, "A Saucerful of Secrets. Kamen's "lite FM"-style arrangement is almost muzak, exacerbated by accompanying imagery reminiscent of Japanese karaoke footage, but it's a nice song and an interesting companion to "Golden Hair," Syd Barrett's adaptation of a James Joyce poem.
Who can ignore the elephant in the living room of any Floyd solo project: What new evidence does this present in the ongoing inquisition into "Which one is Pink? The world tours he organized for the fractured Pink Floyd in and , notwithstanding the awesome spectacle of the stadium shows, would not have sounded substantially different had the band simply left a greatest hits compilation playing on a turntable.
Gilmour had seemed to reason that a less guarded performance would have betrayed the band's radical reconstitution and therefore elected to play it safe and assemble a glorified tribute band. Presently Gilmour proves more adventurous, and it pays off, as he demonstrates with "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" that he can interpret the song as authentically when he stands alone with his acoustic guitar parts I-V as when he performs it with a well-rehearsed band parts VI-IX.
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Please try again later. I had been really curious about this movie ever since my sister gave me an old Shrieker poster. She said the movie was cheesy and I said that that was perfect than LOL.
I like cheesy movies. Don't get me wrong, the movie was interesting, had mostly good acting some hot ones too , it was creepy and suspensful. The only thing I was dissapointed by was the lack of up front gore. Not that i am a freak about that stuff, I guess it was something I expected BUT the movie was really good. A creature from another dimension delivers murder and havoc to college students living in an abandoned hospital building. Doesn't have a true beginning, no real reason for existing, other than to be stumbled upon, this entity comes and goes too easily for these students to comprehend, but someone is responsible.
Probably a waste of time, you may want the hour and a half of your life back. This is about some college kids that move into an abandoned hospital because it's cheaper than the dorms. Little do they know that a mass murder took place there years earlier. Soon strange things start happening - mysterious symbols appear in the hallway, there's a weird guy living in the cellar, shrieking noises are heard in the night.
Then, one of them disappears - EEK! This is a pretty good movie overall. I liked the creepy atmosphere of the abandoned hospital, and the characters all had distinct personalities and had fairly good chemistry with each other. I'd definitely recommend it to fans of low budget, somewhat cheesy horror movies. Definitely horror-lite, Shrieker is a movie that welcomes ridicule. Point of fact, the Shrieker rarely shrieks. At times, it sounds more like a dog, once it sounded decidedly piggish.
Not exactly the stuff of nightmares. The plot suffers from too many comparisons to other horror films not the least of which was Curse of the Demon.
The acting is uneven to say the least, with Tanya Dempsey Clark the worst of the lot, giving a flat performance that completely betrays any emotion she's trying to produce.
I've seen house flies do a better job. At the other end of the spectrum is Parry Shen who actually went on to have a lengthy career as an actor , going beyond the call of duty by overdoing every scene he's in. The dialog is stilted, leaving everyone sounding unnatural. The setup is lost during the opening credits, some mumbo jumbo about alchemists and a traveler between worlds, appeasing a master, some abomination, marking five people for sacrifice, yadda-yadda-yadda.
And wouldn't you know it, five people are squatting in an abandoned hospital just as a sixth person is asked to join their unlucky number.
But wait, what's this, there's a seventh person hiding on the premises! An expert in all things Shrieker! That doesn't sound too suspicious.
Conveniently, they all forget rule number one: Along the way we learn a nasty purpose for calligraphy, that communism isn't all it's cracked up to be, and just because you've given to going shirtless doesn't mean you're obviously gay. Where there's smoke there's bound to be obscure symbols burning on the floor.
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