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Zeitgeist: Addendum

October 8, 2008

Zeitgeist: Addendum is a sequel to ‘Zeitgeist, the Movie’, a documentary exposing the mythology that predates Christianity, the 9/11 hoax and its motives, the U.S. Federal Bank, the system of central banks in general, and generally the not very wide known information about the social institutions that determine our lives, however indirectly. I found it completely by accident about six months ago while browsing through popular documentaries on Mininova.

While I was already familiar with most of the views presented in the first, the second film blew me away. I’d even say that these two together are the most important documentary movies in the recent history.

It is worth watching the film just for the clear explanation at the beginning of how money is being made in the monetary system. It is absolutely critical to understand this for our own good, and while I got a hint from Money As Debt just a few days ago, some things about further credit circulation were not clear to me as they are now.

But the goal of the film is deeper than that, to discover and present stories of economic hitmen, or any scenario in modern slavery governed by a global corporatocracy, or in a word, globalization. It goes on to identify the causes of corruption and instability in all social behaviour, from any institution to the individuals that form them – the money (aka debt, infinite profit) driven society, in which no one, but a very small majority in the banking elite that run the game, is free. It warns for the destructive consequences of present social constructions, proposes a new form of society, sustainable and connected with the nature – views largely influenced by the Venus Project and the so called resource based economy – and finally calls for a number of acts which we as people can take in order to help the current system ultimately fail.

Ground-breaking and compulsory work; well done.

None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe



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