We have completed post production on the new feature length movie, "The Last War Crime", and "screener" DVDs are now available so you can organize your own home and community screenings. It is a dramatic, narrative film about indicting Cheney in particular for torture, and we just posted a fast paced new trailer for the movie on our screener request form.
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They've Literally Punched A Hole Into Hell, The Armageddon Of Oil
Despite the gusher of lies we've heard trying to minimize the planetary scale disaster now in progress in the Gulf, the terrifying truth is available for those who will hear it. First they told us the "leak" was only 1,000 barrels a day, when in fact it is at least 5 times that much. Of course it's hard to pretend an oil slick the size of New Jersey isn't there. And it could easily blow out to 50,000 barrels a day (2,000,000 gallons) in a heartbeat, according to a "not for public" NOAA emergency report.
This is not just a leak, it's a monster underwater oil geyser, under upwards of 100,000 pounds per square inch of pressure, enough force to lift 50 tons with your thumb. And unless it is somehow stopped, it may spell the end of all marine life on the planet. We are not talking about just one Exxon Valdez size tanker spill, we are talking about one of largest oil fields ever discovered completely venting its entire contents into the ocean, thousands and thousands of tankers. It's THAT cataclysmic.
But assuming we miraculously dodge the literal end of the world this one time, we need to finally do what should have been done 20 years ago, and throw everything we've got into a crash program for alternative renewable energy, and stop burning fossil fuels before they kill us all.
The one click form below will send your personal message to all your government representatives selected below, with the subject "We Need A Crash Program For Alternative Energy Production NOW." At the same time you can send your personal comments only as a letter to the editor of your nearest local daily newspaper if you like.