Aviso a los navegantes. Folio 111

Mi ventaja es que yo no necesito vuestra aprobación.

No necesito vuestra sociedad hipócrita y malvada.

No me importan vuestros SI y NO.

No me interesa.

No tengo reputación. BIEN.

No tengo ni acepto vuestra vergüenza falsa y prefabricada,

como instrumento moral de control. BIEN.

Temo vuestro juicio porque no es justo. BIEN.

Vuestro juicio es injusto. MAL.

Os gusta linchar. MAL.

Os gusta liquidar. MAL.

Os gusta liquidar a las personas libres e independientes. MAL.

Me tenéis todos hasta los cojones. MUY MAL.

Atentamente. Winston Smith con todo mi odio.

Estaremos en contacto, por supuesto.

Rays of the Absolute (the Legacy of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj)


PDF: http://advaita.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/1-I-Am-That-Nisargadatta-Maharaj-Resumo.pdf

Publicado el 27 mar. 2015

In 2006 Stephen Wolinsky proposed the idea of traveling to India to film Nisargadatta Maharaj’s translators and disciples to explore the legacy Maharaj left behind in his hometown, Mumbai.

In 2007 Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo together with Stephen Wolinsky, Philip Safarik and Fred Good traveled to India to shoot this film.

The meeting with the old devotees was both illuminating as well as deeply touching.

Over the next seven and a half years, we all plugged away, going through mounds of material allowing this project to reach completion.

The film you are about to see cannot demonstrate the amount of work that went into this project….but let’s simply say that finally it is complete…

Nisargadatta did not leave an ashram; he did not leave any teachings nor successors. This movie is a homage to him; a look at his unintended legacy from people that have been inspired by him more then words can express.

This film contains interviews with four of the old Nisargadatta’s translators: Ramesh Balsekar, S.K. Mullarpattan, Mohan and Jayashri Gaitonde,plus some old indian devotees and trustees, the publishers of “I Am That” and a visit to the old room in which Maharaj was holding his meetings, his Guru Samadhi Shrine and the place in which some of Maharaj ashes are preserved.
In the footage are also presented exclusive photographs of Maharaji’s cremation ceremony.


The Emperor’s New Clothes Trailer – A Russell Brand & Michael Winterbottom film

Publicado el 27 mar. 2015

Special screenings April 21st followed by AN EVENING WITH RUSSELL BRAND Live event beamed to cinemas nationwide.
BOOK TICKETS NOW: http://scnl.co/TENCBookNow

Fairytale, allegorical
1. Collective ignorance of an obvious fact, or deception, despite undeniable evidence.

World-famous British comedian and activist Russell Brand joins forces with acclaimed director Michael Winterbottom on a polemical documentary about the financial crisis and gross inequality we currently face. Starting with the genesis of today’s economic policies, with the arrival of Milton Friedman’s school of thought in Reagan’s leadership and Thatcher’s UK, the film explores how these policies have come to dominate the western world. The rich have got richer; where a CEO of a major British company used to earn 10 times the average wage of his workers, now they earn 200 times. According to Oxfam, the richest 80 people in the world own as much as the poorest 3.5 billion. It would now take 300 years for the average cleaner, cleaning the offices of his senior boss, to earn the same salary taken home by the same boss last year.

Milton Friedman once said that every crisis was an opportunity. The financial crisis of 2008 should have been a chance to reform the system for the benefit of everyone. But instead, austerity for everyone throughout Britain and Europe was the price to be paid for supporting the financial sector, with £131 billion spent by UK tax payers to keep the financial system afloat, while $30 trillion in support and subsidies went to Wall Street in the US.

Using a mixture of documentary, interviews, archive footage and comedy, Russell Brand takes us from his hometown Grays in Essex, to the heart of London ‘City’ and on to the Big Apple. This daring film will shake up the world by revealing the bewildering truth about how the people at the bottom are paying for the luxuries of those at the top.

Things can change…things do change.


The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz (CC available)

Publicado el 29 jun. 2014

The film follows the story of programming prodigy and information activist Aaron Swartz. From Swartz’s help in the development of the basic internet protocol RSS to his co-founding of Reddit, his fingerprints are all over the internet. But it was Swartz’s groundbreaking work in social justice and political organizing combined with his aggressive approach to information access that ensnared him in a two-year legal nightmare. It was a battle that ended with the taking of his own life at the age of 26. Aaron’s story touched a nerve with people far beyond the online communities in which he was a celebrity. This film is a personal story about what we lose when we are tone deaf about technology and its relationship to our civil liberties.

Film by Brian Knappenberger – Luminant Media
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

Help creating subtitles for this film: http://www.amara.org/de/videos/5Mo4oA…


ALGORITHM: The Hacker Movie



We Love Our Computers
We Love Our Computers
Publicado el 7 dic. 2014

A freelance computer hacker breaks into secret government contractor and downloads a program. He must choose between his own curiosity and the lives of his friends.

For more information about ALGORITHM and my other projects, check out http://www.brandxindustries.com

Also, I’m on Twitter: @BrandXJon