Gorg Fox

Cambridge Mass.
Born in Tasmania, to a wild Tasmanian Devil, where he taught the local population how to make film about current events. His arrival in the USA in 2002 caused a slight stir with the documentary film industry in that there was considerable unrest about a devil working in Mass. films.
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October 12, 2012 - 4:14pm Religion is practical and has been since the Crusades. The practical differences between Mormons and Christians are not so much in the belief in many God's and that man can become one,or His being flesh and bone or there being 4 "Bibles". Not even the fact that being rich is foreign to being Christian. It is the specifics of "Romneyhood", which are the topic of this video. Thanks for your consideration. read more
March 16, 2012 - 5:47pm Shoot on 3.27.2012!! Chris Faraone author of "99 Nights with the 99%" will moderate! I am looking for Crew for event! There will be a Dress Rehearsal 3.26.12 more at: helmsman250@gmail.com read more
December 19, 2011 - 2:37pm "Disaster Capitalism", the system of economy and imperial government the elites have set up over our heads, is subject of Naomi Klein's very important work. This is not a theoretical book, but an analysis of the reality we have been experiencing for many years...and which has come clearly into focus through Klein's work. The 27 minute show cannot do justice to the very readable and vivid power of her book, it is just to try to give the general idea of the inhumanity, inherent anti-democratic nature, and danger of such a system. Please read the book and discuss it with others. Enjoy the show. read more
December 6, 2011 - 12:38pm Occupy Boston an answer to the elites Shock Doctrine , and the technology of ripping us all off through creating Chaos and in its wake to restructure the ownership over resources. Naomi Klein describes how it is done in her terrific book Shock Doctrine , The Rise of Disaster Capitalism Around the world in Britain, the United States Asia and the Middle3 East there are people with owner who are cashing in on chaos; That is the first line of the advertising for Naomi Klein’s phenomenal book which Rachel Maddow describes as “ The only book of the last few years in American publishing that I would describe as a mandatory must read. Literally the only one.” The Shock Doctrine cracks open the secret history of our era. Exposing these global profiteers. Naomi Klein’ research and creative intuition may have led to the very frightening discovery that the ruling elites , like those of Dingus Khan how and the Hun, the Inquisitions or Hitlers Nazi Butchers, of today plan a new world domination which has been terrifyingly in their favor for more than a decade now. Listen to the show and read the book. Most importantly however is that we ,all those who are part of the 99 % need to find ways to... read more
November 16, 2011 - 7:14pm Occupy Boston's food and resource teams have a central responsibility in the local movement. Dan the Bagel Man has been resourcing throw away items for years and is helping again to make his experience work for the common good. Nicole a mid-west activist shares her reasons for taking part in the local movement and why it is necessary for more of us to do so. The interview was a recent episode of my "What We Should Know!, Be Live on Sunday evening at 5:45 pm. Enjoy the show and visit Dewey Square on the red line at South Station. Get to know these young people that you have seen on the first two CCTV Occupy Boston episodes. read more
November 7, 2011 - 8:06pm The Occupy Movement is a world wide phenomena! In only 6 weeks there are thousands of "Occupations", and more coming each day, in-spite of heavy opposition. The reasons for the phenomena are understood , even if they cannot all be enumerated. The daily injustice and discrimination against the poor , the working poor and middle class by corporations knows no limits. Everyone is a targeted to feed their insatiable greed. Against this growing and dangerously escalating (i.e. Super Committee) idea to further "punish" the citizens for the corporations "gluttony,"sub-prime", bank bail-out, record profits, hedge-fund billionaires, and more. Occupy Boston shows how young people have established a tent community in down-town Boston and are working to create "a new perspective", and are receiving some attention and considerable support from the surrounding community. read more
April 21, 2011 - 3:12pm Chuck Turner speaks truth to power! read more
April 21, 2011 - 2:51pm Dr. Fersahk examines how the uprisings in the Middle East are based on demands the peoples demands for civil rights and democratic change. Each of the societies , Palestine, Yemen, ; Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and others, struggles with the specifics of entrenched bureaucracies and the possible results of each. Enjoy the conversation. read more
October 29, 2010 - 5:30pm Ruling elites fabricate a picture of reality which they hope we will blindly accept. Ideology is the appropriate name for this misleading picture. During the 1930's a group of social experts, scientists and literary avant-garde challenged the growing horror of Hitler fascism with a method of political criticism which came to be know as Critical Theory. The method is set in materialistic rather than idealistic philosophical tradition, thus using an economic model to interpret decision making in cultural and political arena. That business is "in it for profit", should be no surprise. It should be clear as well that business seeks to project a favorable image of all its activities, quasi, in the interest of public progress. This is the "ideology" which critical theory seeks to clarify. Enjoy the show. read more
June 6, 2010 - 6:50pm For more information about the siege and the Freedom Flotilla, see http://www.gazamentalhealth.orghttp://www.endtheoccupation.org To find out more about the work of the Gaza Mental Health Foundation, see http://www.gazamentalhealthfoundation.org ,http://www.ussf2010.org To see more photos of Gaza by Skip Schiel: http://teeksaphoto.org, skipschiel.wordpress.com For local activism on Palestine, visit http://www.bcpr.net, http://www.justicewithpeace.org/palestine-israel Please call Senator John Kerry and say the BLOCKADE OF GAZA MUST END! Tel (202) 224 2742. Leave the same message on the White House comment line (202) 456 1111. read more
May 23, 2010 - 6:49pm It's alarming that statistics show that foreclosures have been going up dramatically in recent months. This makes it more important than ever that people facing foreclosure or eviction after foreclosure seek help immediately. Don't let any sense of shame keep you from calling. Virginia Pratt from ESAC discusses how the loan modification process works. ESAC is a non-profit dedicated to helping homeowners navigate the federal Making Home Affordable (Obama HAMP plan). The HAMP program can help some people but success rates vary widely from servicer to servicer. Again, that stresses the need for the help of a loan modification counselor. You can reach ESAC at 617-524-2555 or at their website at http://www.esacboston.org Steve Meacham from City Life/Vida Urbana discusses how to fight the eviction after foreclosure. This affects both homeowners and tenants in foreclosed buildings. It's also possible by fighting the eviction to get your home back at the real current value, a principal reduction in effect. City Life can be reached at 617-524-3541 or at their website, http://www.clvu.org, or at any of their weekly meetings on Tuesdays at 284 Amory St. at 6:15. Over 100 people... read more
May 9, 2010 - 5:42pm Food not Bombs is celebrating 30 years this May. Come to the Boston Common May 23rd from 12-5 to celebrate with us! The Festival will have activities for everyone; all for free. Come to enjoy workshops, live folk and hip-hop music, kids games, free food, interactive tables from different projects around Boston, a puppet show and a really, really free market. Bring a blanket to picnic, food to share, utensils and positive vibes. This is an all-inclusive community event. Food not Bombs was founded in Cambridge in 1980 and now new chapters exist across the world. Food not Bombs serves two weekly meals: one on the Boston Common every Friday from 3-5, the other in Central Square every Sunday from 3-5. Visit our website fnboston.wordpress.com or contact us at fnbboston@gmail.com. We're always looking for volunteers. read more
May 3, 2010 - 6:21pm "Claude AnShin Thomas traveled a remarkable journey from the devastating effects of experiencing childhood violence and combat to finding peace with his un-peacefulness. In order to find new possibilities to live, we need to learn about our conditioning to violence and how to embody peace." This text from another Viet Nam veteran framed flyer inviting the public to the talk Claude gave at First Church of Cambridge. The journey to inner-peace is a very personal one as expressed by Claude and echoed by others who have lived through the horrors of war and the struggles of the journey to recover from those experiences. The young Buddhist Drew conducted the interview. read more
April 15, 2010 - 7:16pm Robert Whitaker came back to the studio and granted CCTV a second interview about his new book Anatomy of an Epidemic. Ann Burgess, a long time psychiatric survivor and activist, speaks for many of us by framing questions which place the listener in the center of Whitaker's very exciting book discussion. The longterm effects of psycho-pharmica on children, alternative methods to overcome mental-illness and the money trail, are themes examined in this second interview. The producer of "What we should know", is deeply indebted to the guests for their time and expertise being shared for the benefit of many. Robert Whitaker has kindly provided CCTV with the opportunity to view his research at his blog HTTP://www.madinamerica.com read more
April 14, 2010 - 8:00pm Like myself ,you perhaps, have heard about the mythical instrument the hurdygurdy. I had heard of one, but never heard one play. Donald and his wife came to the studio and played for the audience in Cambridge at the same time. Enjoy the show, we all did! PS You might hear he and his wife making music in the square soon. read more
April 8, 2010 - 7:23pm In her interview with Robert Whitaker, Ann Burgess a mental health survivor, examines the recovery rates in long term studies of schizophrenia patients without medication compared with those an medication. The results are truly surprising and have been made available though Mr. Whitaker on HTTP://www.madinamerica.com read more
March 24, 2010 - 7:20pm Boston Icarus Project made a field trip to the Arnold Arboretum. Take a look at what we found and look out for Zombies! read more
March 18, 2010 - 7:42pm Revolutions, at least paradigm shifts so it seems, require technological leaps to prepare society for what is at hand. John Christenson , a local artisan for printing technology that changed the world during the paradigm shift from feudalism to capitalism ( Renaissance and Reformation)the 15th and 16th centuries, presents his craft to Cambridge audience. John uses the example that printing , gunpowder and the compass, changed history and brought about the modern age. His presentation is both entertaining and educational. Enjoy the show! read more
November 25, 2009 - 5:29pm John O'Brien's comedy "Two Doors" at Community Church of Boston Mr. John O’Brien’s highly entertaining piece “ Two Doors”, was performed by the Theatre of Relativity at Community Church on November 23, 2008. The very clever, masterfully constructed and insightfully interpreted work., lays out a laser accurate view of how families “work through one-another”. The tiny theater troupe has lots of experience , and directs O’Brien’s wonderfully precise dialogue directly at our hearts. John O’Brien, who passed away in 2007, was an active member of CCB for many years. He is survived by his widow and children in Boston, MA. I am grateful for permission to reproduce the material here. Prior to this production some of John’s poetry is performed. Enjoy the show! Happy Holidays! read more
November 20, 2009 - 4:27pm Food not Bombs a rise-up soup kitchen in Cambridge, MA. serves two meals a week to the homeless and hungry in Central Square. It's members show us the connection to their work in providing the meals and growing the food. Food not Bombs is a political statement and it's program as well. The reality that Food is a necessity of life supersedes political party lines, need be understood by everyone. Recently released statistics indicate that 17 (seventeen) million children in America go hungry, is a scandal of gigantic perportions. The inter-connection between economics, military adventurism,and food-scarcity is a topic explored through the groups work.You can meet members of Food not Bombs Sunday evening's from about 5-7pm in Central Square,and have a bite to eat perhaps. read more