Vatic Note: The best part is the beginning and after that it gets into globalizing without dealing with the globalists that have already created the mess we are in. So I quit after a few minutes of that stuff. Ant colonies, no middle class, survival as the only consideration and not quality of life...etc. However, Zeitgeist series is a fascinating series that makes you really "think", No matter what parts you agree with or disagree with, you must take the time to think about it before deciding and that is rare these days in productions and movies. What this film did that disappointed me was treat the subject on a superficial level. It made many assumptions about markets and how they work, WITHOUT DISCUSSING who controlled it and made those decisions. Instead they make the leap that its inherent in the system instead of inherent in those that control the system. That is why I liked the film, it makes us think about what is the real problem and what is it we need to do about fixing it and what alternatives do we have in lieu of what we have alway had. I believe privatizing is part of the problem especially since the creation of the Federal Reserve. Prior to that our economics was based on the more conservative idea of quality, responsible purchasing, little or no debt.
Paying cash for what we wanted, and savings was encouraged and promoted. What is the difference? The difference is the FEDERAL RESERVE and wall street brokerage houses that manipulated what we had available rather than the market determining. Manipulation is the by word and the key to how we got here. We have to change it. The good thing this film does is highlight all these issues and gets us thinking and talking about it whether we agree with some parts and disagree on others, its getting us discussing how to fix it and change our paradigm. Corporations, businesses also have to have civic responsibility as well as social responsibility and environmental responsibility. Now can that happen??? Not with the the Cabal and families of the illuminati who intentionally set this all up just for the purpose of making the human race into a slave work force with them in total control. As long as that is the case, it will never change. WE HAVE TO FORCE THE CHANGE. These people speaking on this recommends change that would result in a socialist economic system and that is as bad under these same cretins as the free market system. ANY SYSTEM WILL NOT WORK IF THE SAME PEOPLE CONTROL IT ALL and that was the case in Russia and is the case in China, so that is out.... for sure. No, we have to think outside the box. Listening to this its no different than what is being proposed by the NWO advocates. Control, manipulation, and absolutely no freedom. Here is what they recommend, " A GLOBAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT" system, and yet, they don't mention most of the land in Africa has moved into the hands of the wealthy. No mention of their control of those that would build the wind farms, etc. etc. etc. NO MENTION THAT 1% OF THE GLOBAL POPULATION NOW HAS 50% OF THE GLOBES WEALTH. It also doees not mention that we lost our manufacturing because the companies moved to child slave labor countries and we did not boycott their products. That is what we have to do. Amazing, but the outline of the problems of this video is excellent, but their recommendations simply leaves this into the hands of the same people.... crooked scientists, sold out economist, bankers, and corporations..... etc. No way.
Zeitgeist Moving Forward
January 25, 2011
A feature length documentary work which will present a case for a needed transition out of the current socioeconomic monetary paradigm which governs the entire world society.
This subject matter will transcend the issues of cultural relativism and traditional ideology and move to relate the core, empirical life groundattributes of human and social survival, extrapolating those immutable natural laws into a new sustainable social paradigm called a Resource-Based Economy. (watch this video)
Following on from Zeitgeist: The Movie, Zeitgeist: Addendum, Zeitgeist Movement Activist and Orientation Guide, Moving Forward reinforces and clarifies the information presented in those films.
It is done so in a crystal clear fashion beginning with an examination of the conditioning that shapes our behavior, moving on to the failures of the monetary/market system, it’s resultant socio-economic collapse and finally, the transition into a resource based economy for the betterment of humankind.
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