[INDYMEDIA] Reminder: The Oil Factor at First Friday Free Films
reid jenkins & Barbara Joye
freejoye at mindspring.com
Fri Jul 1 03:52:09 PDT 2005
The Atlanta Independent Media Center and WRFG 89.3 FM present another First
Friday Free Film:
THE OIL FACTOR
Friday, July 1, 2005
8:30pm (doors open at 8 p.m.)
Discussion will follow the film.
Little 5 Points Community Center, 1083 Austin Ave 30307
(corner of Austin and Euclid Aves)
FREE All ages welcome.
For more information: 404-523-3471
In the wake of Vice-President Dick Cheney's 2001 Energy Task Force, is it
a coincidence if George Bush targeted Iraq in its so called "war-on-terror",
a country known to possess the second largest oil reserves in the world?
Is it another coincidence if U.S. forces in Afghanistan and Central Asia
are based near Central Asian oil and natural gas?
Was invading Iraq and Afghanistan really meant to reduce terrorist
threats against the United States or was it a ploy to guarantee that the
average American can continue consuming 4 times more energy than the average
European or 32 times more energy than the average African?
After a year and a half of investigation and a three month trip covering
Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan, THE OIL FACTOR looks at both the human cost
and the greater geo-strategic picture of George Bush's "war-on-terror".
Along with solid facts & figures, clear, illustrative maps and graphics and
original footage shot on location, THE OIL FACTOR features such
personalities as Zbigniew Brzezinski, Noam Chomsky, The Project for the New
American Century Director Gary Schmitt, best-seller "Taliban" author Ahmed
Rashid and the Pentagon's Karen Kwiatkowski.
A film by Gerard Ungerman and Audrey Brohy.
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