Category: Suppressed technologies

What happened to Twitter?

Turning the screws on social media Luke Rudkowski from “We Are Change” What happened to Twitter? A new algorithm…in other words a new way to screw users. The great “bait and switch” revealed: Turning the screws on social media. Who is the second biggest owner of Twitter? Saudi Arabia. Introducing the new “Trust and Safety Council” Note: We go through this all the time. Our revenue here at Brasscheck is down 80% from its peak. What they don’t realize is that our loyal subscribers have been making up the losses. Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on...

Read More

Technological disobedience

The benefits of isolation Spanish with English subtitles We rarely run programs in foreign languages, but the content on this one is so unique and thought provoking, we decided to go ahead. Besides, there are English subtitles. Cuba has been cut off from the corporate world for many decades. In the process, it’s created countless “unauthorized” technical workarounds that solve all kinds of problems. Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going Donate...

Read More

The 100 MPG car

And why you’ve never heard of it Suppressed alternatives to Big Oil This is how oil companies have kept us in their thrall and themselves in business for over 100 years. They patent new, efficient technologies so that no one else can use the ideas. When that fails, they bribe, bully and threaten inventors who would free us from oil dependency. What do you want to bet big oil isn’t the only industry doing this? It’s called technology suppression. Planned obsolescence is the other side of this coin. Any way you toss it, you lose. Brasscheck TV needs your...

Read More

Henry Ford’s Hemp Plastic Car (1941)

Program length – 0:33 Related… Oxford English Dictionary Definitions hemp 1) (in full Indian hemp) Asian herbaceous plant. 2) its fibre used to make rope and stout fabrics. plastic – capable of being moulded; pliant, supple. The word plastic comes from the Greek “plastikos,” meaning “moldable.” Conventional plastic is not biodegradable. This means that our landfills will grow and grow. Plastic materials are based on a finite resource that will not be available to future generations. Plastic has many uses, from packaging of food and industrial products, to insides of cars, casings of electronic items, film, storage bottles, containers...

Read More

An unnatural obsession with safety equipment

Program length – 16:35 Related article… Helmet Nazis and the Culture of Fear by Karen De Coster LewRockwell.com I despise the Safety Nazis and the culture of fear they have created. Wear a helmet. Don’t go out when it’s too hot. Don’t leave your home when it’s too cold, and if you do, heed the 1,001 warnings. Be afraid at all times. Run for cover. Lock your children in enormous safety devices called car seats. Buy a stroller built like an armored Volvo, complete with side air bags and ironclad sun protection. Stay inside if the wind blows or...

Read More




Stay Informed

Support Brasscheck TV

The Brasscheck TV news service is free to you, but not free to produce. Monthly server costs, email system charges, tech support and production help come to a few thousand dollars per month.

One time donations or monthly support is a big help.

$
Select Payment Method
Personal Info

Billing Details

Donation Total: $25

Save