George Dominik (el 12/08/14 a las 12:22 am)
But one thing i don't understand , communism was just like zeitgeist
movement , jobs for everybody , food for everybody , houses for everybody ,
no crimes , peaceful life , man is more important than property , family is
most important , people were happy , crimminals were working for state not
state for criminals.
Is this Zeitgeist movement like communism or if not what is different ?
2eelShmeal (el 05/08/14 a las 11:32 pm)
I think he meant "exacerbating" at 2:02:17.
Evdoku (el 09/07/14 a las 11:14 pm)
The invisible hand has NOTHING AT ALL to do with God. The invisible hand
simply states that when supply exceeds demand price will naturally fall,
when demand exceeds equilibrium prices will rise to come about an
equilibrium. What he was saying is that this requires NO planning, it
happens WITHOUGHT intervention in a market. Honestly, what the hell, you
have lied to more than 22 million people. If you will lie about something
so obviously seen as incorrect then it reduces the legitimacy of everything
else in the movie.
VitriolicGhost (el 07/09/14 a las 7:08 pm)
This is a great video for the most part, but be careful how much you buy
into this. Much of it is fear-mongering. One example is this great shortage
of fresh water that is mentioned around 2:28:30ish, near the end of the
video. Google the Guarani Aquifer. It has been estimated to provide all
humans with fresh water between 1000-1600 years. Yeah, 8900 *cubic miles*
of water. So yeah, we're not going to be overly thirsty anytime soon. There
are other examples. Again, I loved this video, I "liked" it, lots of
amazing stuff. But some of these ideas are just absurd and this video seems
to want to make you scared more than the TV does.
mdrandro (el 15/07/14 a las 5:49 am)
how can this video have 22 million views if there are only 7 million people
on earth ?!
dangputerz (el 04/08/14 a las 5:42 pm)
I fell asleep somewhere around 16 minutes in...
Hogg Lyfe (el 24/08/14 a las 1:52 am)
These goals cannot be accomplished unless we have a one world order am I
And the consequences of that makes humans obsolete and unimportant,
especially with machines doing all the work....We are who we are because of
our flaws and strengths....Although our flaws are greatly outnumbering our
strengths sadly it seems like a loose loose situation. And a one world
order in the future will most likely continue to have the same traits of
today's society where the 1% control all the power and wealth, most likely
more than the current 40% of all wealth worldwide they currently control
for personal gain, simply because they are currently the only ones pushing
for this while others are in the dark, not trusting anyone, uneducated, and
scared of change. While most cannot be trusted to be put in a position of
power without being corrupted by they're personal weaknesses, there are
probably some (like myself) who would rule justly the whole world. We are
just hard to find. :)
Patricia Gomes (el 15/06/14 a las 6:15 am)
Assista aos poucos, mesmo que seja cada parte por mês, ou meia hora por
mês, mas não deixe de ver!
The101damnations (el 23/07/14 a las 5:34 pm)
So you have a resource based economy tied to a central supercomputer, and
complete mechanization of the workforce. It's a perfect machine, I don't
see why it even requires humans. And that's the problem. But it's still a
small snag compared to the severe paradoxes that exists in our present
systems of economics and governance.
Eduardo Santana (el 01/07/14 a las 6:36 pm)
A great way to combat the system is to save your money. The capitalistic
system cannot work if there is no credit to go around. It would collapse.