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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #200 on: August 05, 2019, 07:50 PM »
You're wrong.
About?

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It's not about Bin Salman, I'm relieved.
You like him?

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But I'm also disappointed. Frankly I think these are not videos that are worth listening to.
Good for you.

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And you say a bit later: "I'm not a conspiracy theorist". And yet you are watching this.
Watching conspiracy videos does not make you a 'conspiracy theorist'.
Watching Trump, Netanyahu, OBL, or any other does not make you the same.

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For instance I found this video in the first link, titled "Hitler's Escape From Germany" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owN5ZBarMfs
I'm sure that makes Vasudev and usman laugh. They even found his teeth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYfhv6vaZNU
I will gladly join them laughing at your joke, because yes, many theories out there are truly laughable but not all, the same applies to mainstream news media.

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I prefer real documentaries.
For example, about the Dikkop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFAOnPvNyQI
If you are asking Maher what a dikkop is, I'm pretty sure he won't be able to answer before watching this video.
Or the videos of "Bald and bankrupt". Fortunately, I'm neither bald nor bankrupt but the guy in these videos, in spite of his predicament, always releases good videos. For example the cheapest food in Europe. You may think you'll find it in London or in Paris. It's not the case: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=642qAOTKcxc
Or the videos in French of Insolentiae TV, about the economy. For exampe this one which is about the..."economic collapse". Maybe it's better if you don't understand after all. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jc_aJdx7_w
Ok realistic guy
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU

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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #201 on: August 07, 2019, 06:59 AM »
You like him?
He's a politician. In Arab countries they usually end up in jail. It's probably a matter of month for him.

Watching conspiracy videos does not make you a 'conspiracy theorist'.
Watching Trump, Netanyahu, OBL, or any other does not make you the same.
If you keep listening to them you'll end up like Homer Simpsons indeed.


I will gladly join them laughing at your joke, because yes, many theories out there are truly laughable but not all, the same applies to mainstream news media.
Concerning the attacks of 9/11, I'm still wondering if there was other explosions as some experts pointed out, for the collapses to be so clean.

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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #202 on: August 07, 2019, 07:05 AM »
This morning, I discovered the front page of the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo.
Apparently, the mastermind of the killing of El Paso was identified. His whereabouts are unknown.


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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #203 on: August 07, 2019, 03:41 PM »
Maybe I've been a bit tough with aa1234779 in my answer here: http://www.nomaher.com/forum/index.php?topic=9855.msg34515#msg34515
After all, some users might be interested in his conspiracy videos, and I justified my position by choosing the most stupid video with Hitler.

Note that I added the photo of a dikkop. I've never seen any dikkop, and I'm sure it's the case for many of you, since this bird is native to tropical regions of central and southern Africa. Maher must have been flabbergasted when he discovered a bird able to fight komodo dragons.
Note that the French translation for the dikkop is "L'Œdicnème tachard". And I can assure you that I'm sure few know what an œdicnème tachard is, I had never heard of this bird before watching the video.

I'd want to add a new video too, an excellent video, a must watch, about the economy and the stock markets (titled "anticipate the monetary collapse). With Charles Sannat. Unfortunately it's in French.

This specialist tries to explain why central banks keep printing money. For him, it's an attempt to conceal the energy collapse. Actually I don't totally agree with him (about the reasons). He also explains that economies are over indebted and rate hikes are now causing stock market collapses. We have seen that last December.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnH6WQ_-UXM
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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #204 on: August 31, 2019, 09:50 AM »
Today, the Yellow jackets are protesting for the 42th straight week.

The yellow vests took to the streets this Saturday, August 31st in Paris as part of Act 42. In addition to the French capital, demonstrations are planned near the French-Swiss border, in response to the call of Priscillia Ludosky, one of the figures of the movement.





The main mission of the Castaner government: Serve and protect the tax evaders.
In a bar of Saint Etienne, I remember I saw this picture.
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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #205 on: September 01, 2019, 02:50 PM »
Tonight, I'm going to talk about Hurricane Dorian.

Hurricane Dorian is about to hit the Bahamas, then Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas – Lately it strengthened and it's the most violent hurricane ever seen.





Hurricane Dorian, a Category 5 storm nearing the Bahamas as of Sunday morning, is slowly churning towards Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas, where it is expected to bring "life-threatening storm surge and devastating hurricane-force winds" starting Monday night after it moves over the northwestern Bahamas throughout Sunday.

Specifically, Google projections place the hurricane's path directly over the island of Great Abaco. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has issued a hurricane warning for the northwestern Bahamas, where tropical-storm-force winds are expected over the weekend.

The storm will reach the island on Sunday, bringing hurricane-force winds, up to 20 inches of rain, a "life-threatening storm surge" of 10 to 15 feet, and "large and destructive waves," according to the NHC.

Dorian is then projected to move towards Florida, nearing the state's east coast late Monday. While the forecast cone is wider as the hurricane approaches the coast, Google's Sunday morning projections no longer show landfall in Florida, veering north instead toward the coasts of Georgia and the Carolinas.
Both Florida and South Carolina have declared states of emergency, with the latter declaring on Saturday in the wake of the new hurricane trajectory.

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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #206 on: September 02, 2019, 08:47 PM »
Tonight, I'm going to talk about Hurricane Dorian.
Hurricane Dorian is about to hit the Bahamas, then Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas – Lately it strengthened and it's the most violent hurricane ever seen.

Dorian is NOT the most violent hurricane ever seen. That honor belongs to Camille in 1969. It landed near the Alabama-Mississippi border with sustained winds of 190 mph (over 300 kmh). Fortunately in landed in an area that back then was mostly uninhabited. Andrew hit the southern part of Miami in 1992, making landfall as a Category 5 storm. I remember it vividly even though I was living north of ground zero.

I'm happy I was able to sell my house in Miami and move to San Antonio back in 2011. No more hurricanes! The bad part isn't the storm itself, it after the storm. Wreckage everwhere and no electricity. It's not easy trying to sleep when the temp is around 29°C and the humidity is 80% or higher.

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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #207 on: September 07, 2019, 06:37 AM »
Dorian is NOT the most violent hurricane ever seen. That honor belongs to Camille in 1969. It landed near the Alabama-Mississippi border with sustained winds of 190 mph (over 300 kmh). Fortunately in landed in an area that back then was mostly uninhabited. Andrew hit the southern part of Miami in 1992, making landfall as a Category 5 storm. I remember it vividly even though I was living north of ground zero.

I'm happy I was able to sell my house in Miami and move to San Antonio back in 2011. No more hurricanes! The bad part isn't the storm itself, it after the storm. Wreckage everwhere and no electricity. It's not easy trying to sleep when the temp is around 29°C and the humidity is 80% or higher.
Apparently you vividly remember Hurricane Camille in 1969.
Well, I went to Florida in December 2000 and I have good souvenirs of this trip. I remember I played tennis and I took my tee-shirt off because it was pretty warm, but it was not allowed, I was asked to get it back on. At this time I was sleeping at Gerard's. He died of aneurysm at the end of December 2017 in Bogota. He went there because it was too expensive to go to the dentist in Florida.

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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #208 on: September 07, 2019, 08:29 PM »
Apparently you vividly remember Hurricane Camille in 1969.

I was very young at the time but I vaguely remember the news reports and subsequently the reports of measurements taken. If this monster has hit [for example] New Orleans, the devastation would have been unimaginable. Fortunately ground zero was largely uninhabited at the time.

Well, I went to Florida in December 2000 and I have good souvenirs of this trip. I remember I played tennis and I took my tee-shirt off because it was pretty warm, but it was not allowed, I was asked to get it back on.


Where was this? Obviously not at a private home or anything like that. Also - were you in direct sunlight? If so they did you a favor, it doesn't take too long to get a pretty bad sunburn in Florida. As you know, the lighter your complexion the worse the sunburn.

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Re: Documentaries
« Reply #209 on: September 08, 2019, 05:11 AM »
Where was this? Obviously not at a private home or anything like that. Also - were you in direct sunlight? If so they did you a favor, it doesn't take too long to get a pretty bad sunburn in Florida. As you know, the lighter your complexion the worse the sunburn.
It was at Gerard's home, in Naples. As for the sunburns, I guess the risk was pretty low since it was in Winter.
Because Earth is an oblate spheroid, when the Sun comes in at a lower angle, its rays pass through more atmosphere before reaching us. The sun's rays are spending more time getting filtered.