Travels Back In Time

10 March 2013 —

Dear Friends,

As nearly all of you know, yesterday marked the 10-year anniversary of the Iraq War Crime. In the service of memory, we have uploaded my film, WMD: Weapons of Mass Deception, in its entirety, to the website. Perhaps some of you will open the New York Times this morning to a Michael Gordon byline and then remember how slavishly he and Judith Miller amplified the propaganda that helped lead our country to war in those very same pages. Others may have forgotten that disgraceful twosome and their culpable brethren, whether by choice stemming from the shame of our continued collective inability to extract even a modicum of justice for the victims of that crime, or simply through the limited capacity of the human mind to retain information. Should you desire, a documentary that I’m very proud of awaits to walk you down a very tragic memory lane.

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Gala London Premiere of The Crisis of Civilization, 29-30 Nov, 7pm, Whirled Cinema

9 November 2011 — IPRD

Following the successful UK premiere at the Leeds International Film Festival on Sunday of our documentary feature film, The Crisis of Civilization, we are delighted to announce that we will be holding our FREE 2 day Gala London Premiere at the Whirled Cinema in Camberwell.

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The NHS Debate by Dan Hind

11 June 2011 — Return of the Public

The Week in Westminster this morning ran a feature on the Coalition’s plans for the National Health Service. The presenter Peter Riddell interviewed the Lords Fowler and Warner, Conservative and Labour respectively. These ‘veteran peers’ shared a good deal of ground in their discussion with Peter Riddell. Indeed an incautious listener might have come away with the impression that concerns about the Coalition’s plans for the health sector were overblown.

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