'Four Horsemen' - 'Progressive Bromley Film Co-op'

'Progressive Bromley Film Co-op' - second season: showing - 'Four Horsemen'* - Saturday 7th September 2013

* The Four Horsemen is an independent feature documentary which lifts the lid on how the world really works.

  Trailer: http://buy.fourhorsemenfilm.com/

  A Renegade Economist film:


  "In the UK and the wider Western World a silent economic war has been waged. The battle lines are drawn but – deliberately - they have not been defined."

At the Quaker Meeting House, Ravensbourne Road, Bromley, BR1 1HP


Doors open at 6pm, showing at 7pm.

No charge - please bring a small item of food or nonalcoholic drink to share before-hand.

Shared food and discussion afterwards.

There will be the opportunity to make a free-will donation afterwards (for those that wish) - 50/50 proceeds split: - half to the Film Co-op costs and  - half as a solidarity donation to help set up an (income) Fairness Commission for London being promoted by My Fair London (see below).


This is the opener to the second season of the new 'Progressive Bromley Film Co-op' - which has about 10 members and is supported (but not financially) by our/my Quaker Meeting. 

We aim to show every first Saturday


 - the one for October (provisionally 5th October) will be Stains Nation - about yet one more of for-profit pharma's killing scams:


 We are told that cholesterol is a major cause of heart disease. At least 40 million people are currently taking cholesterol-lowering medications, known as statins, and millions more people are avoiding foods that contain saturated fat and cholesterol.

The basic idea is that dietary saturated fat raises cholesterol levels, and these two substances somehow clog-up our arteries, causing a heart attack. This idea is often referred to as the diet-heart hypothesis.

However, a numbers of doctors and researchers have been challenging this hypothesis for decades, and the latest heart disease statistics reveal some alarming facts. Such as:

- People with high cholesterol tend to live longer

- People with heart disease tend to have low levels of cholesterol

- Cholesterol-lowering of a population does not reduce the rate of heart disease

In addition, despite their widespread use, and description as “wonder drugs” statin medications do not extend life for the majority of people who take them.

Cholesterol-lowering has become a huge global industry, generating at least $29 billion each year. Have the facts about heart disease, cholesterol and cholesterol medications been distorted by pharmaceutical companies  and food manufacturers keen to increase their profits?

If the focus on cholesterol has been a mistake, then the greatest cost is associated with the lost opportunity to tackle heart disease.



From 11am to 3pm Saturday 7th September, Bromley High Street near Primark, the Bromley Income Equality Group (BIEG) continues to collect petition signatures:

For a Fairer Bromley (Living Wage, Fairness Commission, close the income gap for LBBromley employees - currently the lowest is paid less that £7 per hour, the CEO is paid £97 per hour!)

see: https://www.facebook.com/BromleyIncomeEqualityGroup

And, on-line equality petition:


Come and visit! Join in, even!

Best! - equally! - for all!

Contact: John Courtneidge 0795 099 6418