Monday, February 9, 2009

ZEITGEIST - join the movement & change the world

well, at the above website are the 3 zeitgeist movies, if you didn't seen any of them, start with the #2

money, debt, freedom, war, slavery, politics, profit, destruction of the nature, .... watch the movie (2 hours! so 1st of all, plan your spare time accordingly and make sure u can watch the whole movie in a relaxed mood ... the content and the form of presentation is 100% worth every second spent watching it :o)

are u ready to do to improve the world? you could start immediately by implementation of the 6 ideas presented in the very end of that movie ... and u could also join the movement which will HOPEFULLY SOON help to transform our current monetary based economy to a resource based community of all people, plants, animals on EARTH ...

related quotes:

"I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality". - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

"We must become the change we want to see in the world". - Mohandas Gandhi.

addendum june 4, 2011: as far as i can remember, beside peter joseph (the movie author) also jacque fresco and gerald celente contributed a lot to that movie ... and yes, today i have heard a great, great, great audio interview with gerald celente @ king world news. ENJOY :-)

(posted november 2012) zeitgeist 3, moving forward

let's create a resource based economy without any monetary system installed instead of our current (paper) money driven limitless growth meme and accelerating destruction of our planet ... btw, the first 30-40 minutes of the movie a dedicated to the insight that there is very seldom some genetic driven 'bad' behaviour, because in the most cases is the social environment more formative than any genes (just in case you would like to skip that for me not so interesting part of the movie ;-). approximately after the first 1h 30 starts the description of a new  sustainable resource-based economy: a economy which covers our needs (but maybe not all of our greeds). well, there would be no money anyway, that would reduce the greed as wall, wouldn't it?

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