Sham Ayub (el 10/03/14 a las 2:29 am)
Islam... The way forward, look at it from a positive view and you will see
the truth. Don't assume it's all non sense it's not
comradebubbles (el 08/03/14 a las 4:24 am)
Peter Joseph is right. His vision isn't Marxist socialism; it's utopian
socialism which Karl Marx rejected because it was undemocratic. Like the
utopian socialists, Joseph also has no use for democracy, but without some
form of democracy and politics he and his followers will have to resort to
extreme authoritarianism and violence to realize their dream of a well
ordered, peaceful and sustainable future.
Παναγιώτης Ζούλης (el 07/03/14 a las 3:24 pm)
WHat is the official internet site of the zeitgeist movement?
AMindGame (el 06/03/14 a las 2:17 am)
Why would you put high pitch noise... this is so annoying.
Jack Humane (el 01/03/14 a las 8:19 am)
A lot of these things my father told me as a kid will come true. ... -
Osckarre (el 28/02/14 a las 12:34 am)
22 million views... I'll bet the illuminati would like to delete this
Eduardo Santana (el 26/02/14 a las 1:10 pm)
Everyone, I really want us to succeed in a new world system. However, most
of us lack the communication skills necessary in persuading others to see
our point. For example, people of worship rely on God as their savior. You
must speak their language and be in accordance with their values in order
to see your point.
"I believe my interpretation of God is Love and Beauty. I really do respect
that you have similar views as I do. I really want us to look into a newer
system that does not revolve around money just as Jesus had taught us.
Could you watch this movie and tell me what you think? You do not have to
believe everything, but know this, "For the love of money is the root of
all evil" 1 Timothy 6:10
I want to kill Satan's root with you."
Even if you do not believe it, mocking others or getting frustrated and
arguing with them does not help. Look at the strategies that gangs and
religions use to bring people into their church? Compassion, security, and
love. An easy psychological strategy.
Do your homework.
Homo Sapien 78 (el 20/02/14 a las 9:20 pm)
Peter needs to come forward with his new project "Intereflections" to get
the energy flowing again.
Amps for Buddha (el 03/02/14 a las 11:32 am)
One thing I remind myself with is, Gandhi walked up to the British and told
them it was time for them to leave, and they (eventually, it's not going to
be easy) did.
BARRR (el 10/02/14 a las 4:01 am)
The series has a really glaring blind spot, where some people are not
motivated by the pursuit of fictional slips of paper, material goods
stemming from manufactured desires, or even Freudian psychoses... but by
the pursuit of personal glory, a currency which is just as intrinsic as the
monetary system. On an individual level, people want to be recognized as
heroes and supermen. What makes you think that their won't be a race to
become Teacher's Pet in the ending's future-classroom? After all, it
garners no benefits whatsoever other than being called "better than
everyone else". And by the same token, what do you think would prevent the
teacher from exploiting this competition?
On the regional-national level, you've got football rivalries and Olympic
gold, and at its worst you have ethnic wars, simply because Ethnos A hates
Ethnos B for being different. Although the corporate sponsors are laughing
their way to the bank, people generally don't take sides in the Yankees-Red
Sox rivalry or the Real Madrid-FC Barcelona rivalry for the sake of their
own material gain. Put simply, it's for hometown glory and the bandwagon.
As manufactured for the benefit of those in power as some of these might
be, they undoubtedly address real issues. The divergence of humanity into
varied languages and ethnicities is a natural process, affected by
geography, which still goes on to this very day. The human ability to
generate diversity is something that is openly acknowledged by the series,
but it still has yet to acknowledge its implications. While difference can
enrich our own lives, it has the potential to carry with it distrust, which
can spiral into hatred. How, then, are we supposed to be united if all of
us are different at the same time? The Venus Project even has this paradox
built in, with its paradigm of localized manufacturing and distribution. If
people are not going to fight over resources and/or money, they'll look for
some other reason. Perhaps supporters of Hydroponic Colony Alpha 45's
blurnsball club and fans of Aerodyne Complex Eta 83's team are going to go
to war over which team has the most efficient center forward. Basically,
playing out the same conflicts as in the past.
Is Zeitgeist trying to say that petty irrational squabbles will all be
eliminated in an environment free of economic struggle?