Flu Jab


Original playout date: 3 December 2007
Duration: 1:42

“It’s not a good thing to get a flu jab, anymore. We used to have an annual flu jab for all the family, as you can see going on here, but since the WHO has started to encourage countries to have enforced vaccination, it may be useful to know why this happens. You can look at a film by Jane Burgermeister and find out what has happened to the flu vaccine, especially the so-called swine flu vaccine.

The swine flu is a relatively mild disease, killing fewer people than seasonal flu. Many countries currently reporting higher swine flu deaths are no longer reporting their usual seasonal flu deaths, simply reclassifying these deaths as swine flu deaths.

Squalene, mercury, and contamination with avian flu virus has been found in the new mass vaccine. The items contained lead many people to believe that it is a eugenics weapon or “”soft-kill”” weapon being used to cull off large proportions of the population in stages over the next ten years, in order to delay peak oil, and also to social engineer the position of certain elite groups and families.

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Huliganov’s Russia #7 – Stroganoff Café


Original playout date: 3 December 2007
Duration: 3:59

A look at the home of Beef Stroganoff, one of Russia’s best known contributions to world cuisine, and a nice gallery of St Petersburg, with an “Acapulco” rendition of Group St Petersburg’s famous song “Okoldovana, ocharovana” by Diana Kopytina.
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Non compos mentis


Original playout date: 2 December 2007
Duration: 2:41

A film made in Varkaus, Finand, by me, simply filming a wino staggering along a Finnish street, but the idea was to provoke a discussion of the rights and wrongs of it.
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Huliganov’s Canadian “Eh”xperience Part 2 – Niagara Revisited


Original playout date: 29 November 2007
Duration: 11:29

We kick off in downtown Toronto and then drive via Hamilton to Niagara Falls – which I filmed earlier this year from the US side – this time from the Canadian side. We then progress via Niagara Parkway to the whirlpool state park a bit further down the Niagara river.
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Huliganov’s Russia 6/11 – First Afternoon in St Petersburg


Original playout date: 26 November 2007
Duration: 15:54

The first afternoon and evening in St Petersburg, featuring footage from the metro and from the Church of the Resurrection, and a chat with up and coming artist Vladimir Golendza, who came up to me while I was filming and started to give useful information about the city.
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Jacques Brel’s “Rosa”


Original playout date: 25 November 2007
Duration: 3:11

Here is the song by Jacques Brel “Rosa” interpreted by Warsaw New Chamber Orchestra conducted by Pawel Kos-Nowicki.
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Alsace holiday #10/12 – Colmar by Street Train


Original playout date: 25 November 2007
Duration: 9:55

I still remember this lovely day with my parents and Sophie and Tanya as teenies. Lovely to hear their voices. We take a street train through the lovely town of Colmar in Alsace together.
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Piazzola’s “Oblivion”


Original playout date: 24 November 2007
Duration: 4:58

This fine piece is performed by Tytus Wojnowicz on the oboe with the New Chamber Orchestra of Warsaw, under the direction of Pawel Kos-Nowicki and is a further item in the series of performances captured at a recent concert for the friends and clients of Fortis Bank and Grupa Strategia, in Katowice’s classic movie theater the Rialto, now used mainly as a concert hall.

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Alan Heath Interview 3/3


Original playout date: 24 November 2007
Duration: 8:50

Continuation of the earlier interview. Here we talk about how Alan managed to “befriend” someone whose views he found repellant and why he did so.
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Alan Heath Interview 2/3


Original playout date: 24 November 2007
Duration: 10:00

Continuation of the earlier interview. We resume a day or so later over lunch at the Moldovan restauran in Warsaw. This restaurant still exists but is now right next to the parliament, whereas at this time it was over in Ostrobramska street. That location has been redeveloped in the meantime for Polsat.
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Alan Heath Interview 1/3


Original playout date: 23 November 2007
Duration: 8:28

“This is an interview with Alan Heath who, like me, is an Englishman who has chosen to live in Poland and who has a channel on YouTube.

Alan’s passion is the history of the second world war, and in the course of his research on the matter has made the personal acquaintance of a number of interesting people, including the controversial historian David Irving, arrested three years ago in Austria and sentenced to prison and recently banned from the international book fair in Warsaw.

To see a number of films debunking holocaust denial, see Alan’s excellent channel http://www.youtube.com/alanheath

This is part one of a three part series – the interview took place over two meetings, the first of which was spontaneous and unplanned and therefore we did not have access to sufficient camera time.”
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A Taste of Armenia


Original playout date: 21 November 2007
Duration: 11:57

A taste of Armenia, with genuine Armenian music and some Armenian language.
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