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Short Documentary: The Lie We Live

The social media and websites around the world have been booming with new videos and articles about the way we live our life’s, and more and more people are waking up with a will to change there life’s.

Exposing the truth about our corrupt world and what humanity has become.

My name is Spencer Cathcart and this is a short documentary film I made questioning our freedom, the education system, corporations, money, the American capitalist system, the US government, world collapse, the environment, climate change, genetically modified food, and our treatment of animals.

And if you like to see more of his videos you can subscribe to his YouTube channel.


The Amazon need your help!


For as long as I remember I have always wanted to visit the amazon jungle, see the amazing wildlife and nature that makes the amazon so great. In the recent years it has been popping up more and more videos and articles about how we are destroying this wonderful place more and more each day. And didn’t we learn in school that we need the trees and the plants for oxygen, the thing that all animals and humans need to survive?

Amazon watch is a organisation  that is working hard together with the people that live in the amazon to stop this.



Humanity’s survival depends on not burning two-thirds of our global oil reserves, so we must act now by limiting fossil fuel extraction. The highly bio diverse Amazon basin is a keystone area in combating climate change because it regulates our planet’s health and drives global weather patterns. Preserving regions most critical for our survival—from the Amazon to the Arctic—is the solution to avoiding climate chaos. That’s why we are globally calling to KEEP THE OIL IN THE GROUND, starting with the Amazon.

Please, act today and share this video with everyone you know who likes to breathe air.

Short documentary: Forest Man

Documentary: Forest Man

We came across this truly amazing story about the forest man and we hade to tell our readers and viewer’s. It is not hard to change our way of living, all it takes is a small change and we are on our way to a better future.

Since the 1970’s Majuli islander Jadav Payeng has been planting trees in order to save his island. To date he has single handedly planted a forest larger than Central Park NYC. His forest has transformed what was once a barren wasteland, into a lush oasis. 

Humble yet passionate and philosophical about his work. Payeng takes us on a journey into his incredible forest.

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