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These unedited video programs are from the Understanding Deep Politics conference. Please be patient, since this was recorded live, some videos may take a couple of minutes for the program to begin.
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Understanding Deep Politics – featuring David Kubiak, Mickey Huff, Peter Phillips [UDP-1]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring Annie Machon [UDP-2]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring Barrie Zwicker [UDP-3]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring Dahlia Wasfi [UDP-4]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring David Ray Griffin [UDP-5]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring Michael Parenti [UDP-6]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring Jim Marrs [UDP-7]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring Ian Crane [UDP-8]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring Ellen Brown [UDP-9]
Understanding Deep Politics – featuring Peter Dale Scott [UDP-10]
Solutions Panel #1 Featuring Dahlia Wasfi, Ralph Schoenman, Annie Machon, Jim Marrs, Ian Crane.
Solutions Panel #2 Facilitated by David Kubiak: Featuring Peter Dale Scott, Ellen Brown, Michael Parenti, Barrie Zwicker, Kristina Borjesson.
This Understanding Deep Politics conference video was recorded by 911tv.org.
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Revealing the Driving Forces Behind World Events and Creating Alternative Solutions
The Understanding Deep Politics Conference was held in Santa Cruz, CA May 14-16, 2010, bringing together ten distinguished speakers and hundreds of concerned citizens in one weekend for the purpose of challenging the mainstream perceptions of political reality. It revealed the hidden forces behind many widely accepted historical and current events. Speakers included: Peter Dale Scott, Ellen Brown, Ian Crane, Jim Marrs, David Ray Griffin, Annie Machon, Cynthia McKinney, Michael Parenti, Peter Phillips, and Barrie Zwicker.
The Understanding Deep Politics conference brought together ten distinguished speakers and hundreds of concerned citizens for the purpose of challenging the mainstream perceptions of political reality, and to reveal hidden forces behind many widely accepted historical and current events. The speakers drew upon many decades of research to help you connect the dots. The wide-ranging roster of presenters, including David Ray Griffin, Jim Marrs, Peter Phillips, Peter Dale Scott, Barrie Zwicker, and Ellen Brown, delved into the roots of our current crises and the dynamics driving despotic governance, financial plunder, imperialism, loss of civil liberties, and assaults on public health. They explored how such vital insights are continually being suppressed as they expose the media matrix that obscures these facts and stupefies our culture, all in the interest of protecting a malignant status quo. Empowered by these insights, alternatives are offered for a better world.
Kevin Smith, former radio producer for Alex Jones, a founder of Radio Free Austin 90.1 & 100.1FM and organizer of the 2006 Los Angeles 9/11 truth conference C-SPAN broadcast, was the Master of Ceremonies for the Deep Politics Conference.
The Understanding Deep Politics conference videos were recorded by 911tv.org.
DVDs of this conference are available.
Video Production: Ken Jenkins and crew.
Webcasting Services: Ed Ellsworth, Enlightened Films
Graphic Design on this page thanks to Jason King Design.
KEYWORDS: Peter Dale Scott, Ellen Brown, Ian Crane, Jim Marrs, David Ray Griffin, Annie Machon, Michael Parenti, Peter Phillips, Barrie Zwicker, Deep State Politics, Shadow Government, Global Domination, Counter Intelligence, Despotic Governance, Financial Plunder, Imperialism, Loss of Civil Liberties, Assaults on Public Health, Health Freedom, 9/11 Truth, Political Conference, Santa Cruz, Political Research, Project Censored, False Flag, Federal Reserve