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Zeitgeist: Moving Forward January 27, 2011

Posted by John H. in "Red Pill" issues, politics, psychology, work.
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This is not a video for the faint-hearted. This is hard to watch and very long; however, this movie tackles the immense societal disfunction that we are all stuck in. The entire current market economic system has become a gigantic ponzi scheme … we need a true “Resource Based Economy”.

Big problems require immense team work and solutions. We are running out of time – humanity is suffering from a “Value System Disorder”. The solutions put forth here are some times ideals at best, plus, they would take a generation or two to implement throughout humanity. If you are concerned about human society’s future and want an inspiring look at real hope and a game changing solution for moving humanity forward, you need to invest the time to watch this movie. This movie is the Red Pill for today’s sick and unhealthy global society!

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1. wisdomovertime - January 27, 2011

I thought “The Zeigheist Addendum” was more informational and more current than the original ‘zeitgeist movie….also a bit easier to watch.

2. John Harvey - January 28, 2011

I agree. The first Zeitgeist movie crushed the whole notion of religion and some of society’s other icons without apology. It was harsh … but it woke me up from any of my lingering political dillusions.

I think the message is hard to accept for all of us (normalcy bias?). I think they are trying to streamline the message, educate the viewer and avoid alienating the target market, in general. This is a tall order for the film’s producers and the next step is a monumental task for humanity.


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