Dystopia: What is to be done? (trailer)

Trailer for an hour long free documentary examining the world's most crucial problems: peak oil, global warming, poverty, famine, disease, war, terror and others. The film argues that dystopia is no longer a fictional nightmare vision of the future but a living nightmare for one billion people already . . . and our future as well if drastic action is not undertaken soon. The problems cannot be satisfactorily solved from with a within a global capitalist framework. Instead a fundamental systemic revolution must occur if we are to avert hell on earth.

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