Saturday, October 18, 2008

Zeitgeist Addendum

2 hours, 3 minutes

Zeitgeist: Addendum, by Peter Joseph 2008

This is the Addendum of Zeitgeist. It opens with a very important economic lesson.
Part 2 of this movie (at 25 minutes) is an interview with John Perkins, Author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, who explained how these EHMs developed an invisible empire. A whole new way of manipulating other economies to do whatever the USA wanted.

A plain statement of WHY the USA is in Iraq. (35 minutes)

The first questions we need to ask is WHO is in the current presidential race is part of this "empire"? Barack Obama or John McCain?
Which of these two men will change things and who will keep things as they are?
Change - Obama
Same - Mccain

Free trade - this is why Bush is so protective of NAFTA and SPP and the NAU.

Watch the 1976 movie - called NETWORK. (find it and post it)

How do we stop this globalization? (52 minutes)

People are not elected to change things.
They are elected to keep things exactly as they are.
(56 minutes)

A true Democracy is NOT possible in a monetary based society (1 hour 3 minutes)

The Venus Project - Resources and Technology based culture. NOT a monetary based system. (1 hour 14 minutes)

Clean renewable energy resources - Tidal, wind, solar, and geothermal - can run entire the earth forever, as long as the technology is available. (1 hour 19 minutes)
But since the dirty energy companies have monopolies - gas, oil, coal, nuclear etc

Patriotism, weapons, armies, navies, all that is a sign that we are not civilised yet. (1 hour 31 mins)

My country is the world, my religion is to do good. Thomas Paine (1737-1809)
(1 hour 32 minutes)


The System has to fail and the people have to lose confidence in their elected leaders. (1 hour 50 minutes)

(1 hour 52 minutes)
Expose the Fed Cartel -
Boycott the News networks -
Boycott the Military
Boycott the energy companies
Reject the political system
Create Critical Mass

Stop paying our taxes
Stop purchasing food and grow our own
Stop using cars and buses and either walk or use a bicyle
Get off the energy grid. Switch to solar power for your house
Stop watching TV. Use the internet. Support and protect the internet.
Stop using the big banks - boycott Citibank, JP Morgan and Bank of America.
Move your money to credit unions or to smaller local banks, stop working for the banks, sell all of their stock.
Boycott the military, DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE in your family to sign up.
Create Critical Mass, read and join the zeitgeist movement

You can continue to be a slave to the financial system, and watch the continual wars, depressions and continual injustices across the globe, while placating yourself with vain entertainment and materialistic garbage.
You can focus your energy on true, meaningful, lasting, holistic change, which actually has the realistic ability to support and free all humans with NOONE left behind.
But, in the end, the most relevant change mut occurr first inside of YOU.

The real revolution is the revolution of conciousness, and each one of us first needs to eliminate the divisionary, materialistic noises we have been conditioned to think is true.
(1 hour 57 minutes)

At the end of the movie and on it's website, the following sources are cited:

- For part I it cites the 524 pages long book by Ellen Brown, Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System -- The Sleight of Hand That Has Trapped Us in Debt and How We Can Break Free, Third Millennium Press, 2007. ISBN 978-0979560804
- For part II, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man (2004), by John Perkins.
- For parts III and IV The Best That Money Can’t Buy: Beyond Politics, Poverty & War (2002), by Jacque Fresco, Global Cyber-Visions, 2002. ISBN 978-0964880672

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