| Oliver Stone |
(film director, film producer)
|Born||William Oliver Stone|
New York City, U.S.
|Alma mater||New York University, Yale University|
Director of the 1991 film, JFK, which helped lead to passage of the Assassination Materials Disclosure Act of 1992.
Oliver Stone is a film director responsible for the 1991 film, JFK which assisted in the exposure of the JFK assassination (and of George H. W. Bush).
In 1991, Stone's JFK was shown to Congress on Capitol Hill, which helped lead to passage of the Assassination Materials Disclosure Act of 1992.
"Ukraine On Fire"
|"Nothing more than a well-scripted coup attempt meant to install a pro-Western government in Ukraine"|
Ukraine's 2014 Maidan Massacre helped oust President Yanukovych with Russia painted as the perpetrator.
In "Ukraine On Fire" (2016) Oliver Stone interviews Russian President Vladimir Putin, Yanukovych and others exposing the role the US played in destabilising the region.
A full original English version of controversial director and documentary filmmaker Oliver Stone’s “Ukraine on Fire” has finally been made available in the United States — after being blackballed for distribution in the US and Europe when released in 2016.
The film openly explores Ukraine’s 2014 Maidan, and in the process, uncovers some damning truths about the forces that propped up, and participated in, what eventually became a violent coup d’état that overthrew pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych.
What appeared on western corporate media to be a popular uprising, was, in fact, nothing more than a well-scripted coup attempt meant to install a pro-Western government in Ukraine.
The Euromaidan was used by the West as an opportunity to pull Ukraine from the Russian sphere of influence and into a pro-Western economic and security paradigm under the guise of supporting democratic freedom and fighting corruption. This resulted in an internal conflict of identities within Ukrainian society.
|Truth And Reconciliation Committee on the Assassinations Of The 1960s||A call for a Truth And Reconciliation Committee|