Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Oakland 9/11 Truth 2019 “Film Festival”

Live Streamed on September 11, 2019 from the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland, California by NoLiesRadio.
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[00:00] Bonnie Falkner of Guns and Butter welcome;
[04:08] Abbottabad: Video of Osama bin Laden Not Real;
[06:04] Video: Blowback or Bloody Treason, music video by the late Vic Sadot and
[12:29] tribute to him by Kevin Barrett:
[19:31] Video: The Secret Lie that Started the Afghan War, a film by James Corbett;
[45:37] Video: A Mostly False Bloviation, video featuring Lee Hamilton:
[52:16] Dwain Deets speaks about the Truth Action Project (TAP)

PART 2– https://youtu.be/MsuuY-QkYec
[00:00] Ken Jenkins introduces summary of the Denver Conference on the 9/11 Pentagon Evidence;
[04:40] Video: Denver Conference on the 9/11 Pentagon Evidence .

PART 3 – https://youtu.be/qa9Ookojjfc
[00:00] Bonnie Faulker introduces Access to Detainees;
Video: Access to the Detainees, video featuring Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton
[09:30]; Bonnie speaks about the status of Guns & Butter and introduces Mick Harrison; [12:35] Mick Harrison speaks about the Lawyer’s Committee for 9/11 Inquiry;
[40:52] Peter B. Collins presents a summary of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks WTC7 Study and presents The Franklin Square and Munson Fire District 9/11 Resolution.

PART 4– https://youtu.be/dR8xmyqrdCg
[00:00] Peter B. Collins introduces Mickey Huff.
[03:00] Mickey Huff speaks about his book, United States of Distraction: Media Manipulation in Post-Truth America (And What We Can Do About It)

PART 5– https://youtu.be/2NblkZ1tyes
[00:00] Video: 9/11 War Games, film by James Corbett;

PART 6– https://youtu.be/Oygl7_XfNbA
[00:00] Video: 9/11 Memorial Museum Officials Accept “Truther Art” into Permanent Collection, a film by John Massaria
[23:37] Mysterious Collapse of Building 7 with Ed Asner;

[38:15] Israeli Spying in the US.  Four part Cameron on TV.

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View This Show On YouTube PART 1:  https://youtu.be/sc9osW-lAXg
View This Show On YouTube PART 2:  https://youtu.be/MsuuY-QkYec
View This Show On YouTube PART 3:  https://youtu.be/qa9Ookojjfc
View This Show On YouTube PART 4:  https://youtu.be/dR8xmyqrdCg
View This Show On YouTube PART 5:  https://youtu.be/2NblkZ1tyes
View This Show On YouTube PART 6:  https://youtu.be/Oygl7_XfNbA

Phone your local public TV station and ask them to broadcast this film to your local community. Your station can download the film in TV broadcast format from PEGMedia.org .

This film is available for any Public TV station in the country - and world - to broadcast.

Stations that use Telvue, DVDs or other media can contact 911TV1@gmail.com for instructions.
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Tags: Bonnie Falkner, Vic Sadot, Kevin Barrett, James Corbett, Lee Hamilton, John Massaria, Ed Asner, Dwain Deets, Ken Jenkins, Thomas Kean, Mick Harrison, Peter B. Collins, Mickey Huff,
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Produced: 2019, Episode: NLR-OAK-1,2,3,4,5,6 Category: Education, 58:00
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Saturday, October 26, 2019

HO’OPONOPONO and THE MASTERY of FORGIVENESS by Chris Gruner

Ho’Oponopono – like Buddhism, and like Authentic Christianity – is centered around the mastery of forgiveness.


Initially, one learns the benefits of forgiveness by applying Ho’Oponopono in relation to those we have a clear sense of having injured, including ourselves.  As the practice deepens though, we begin to apply it to all those toward whom we harbor grievances, the people we think hurt us. And finally we use it to take total responsibility for having organized our own experience exactly as it has been – our karmic harvest.  

This unequivocal embrace of forgiveness, which arises out of the realization that there is nothing to forgive, is the ultimate ground of liberation – what the Bodhisattva comes back to share again and again until all beings are Awake!

Ho’Oponopono – is a Hawaiian word which means “to correct or make right, to come to balance”. In traditional Hawaiian culture, this also refers to a process of setting things right by bringing a person, or ohana (one’s extended family), into proper, healthy balance.  Each individual within the ohana strives to stay in balance, in service to the larger goal of maintaining collective health and unity with all others in the extended family unit.

Much like Buddhism, Ho’Oponopono invites the practitioner to accept 100% responsibility for all of one’s personal experience as well as for our part in co-creating our collective experience.
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Working at the level of taking 100% (total) responsibility for all of your experience, now try experimenting with Ho’Oponopono in this way….

Bring to mind an individual against whom you are holding a grievance.  Contemplate for a moment how you want to blame that person for hurting you in some way. Then apply Ho’Oponopono as follows.  

I’m sorry for asking you to be in my life in a way that provoked my anger toward you.”

Please forgive me for generating an experience that was so painful for both of us.”

I love you because I realize now that you are actually a part of me.”

Thank-you for being in my life story in exactly the way I asked you to be.”
  
The Pay Off of this practice is that once you settle into routinely working with Ho’Oponopono you will find that you are able to extricate yourself from both guilt and grievance almost instantly! With each passing day you will find your life is less and less about resentment and fear as it becomes more and more about love and appreciation!

Here are the details...