Saturday, August 28, 2010

Something absolutely great

The Zeitgeist Movement (TZM) is a grassroot movement whose stated focus is on increasing society's awareness of the suggested need for global social change for the better of all of the world. It describes itself as a "sustainability advocacy organization." It sees itself as the activist arm of The Venus Project founded by industrial designer and social engineer Jacque Fresco. The Zeitgeist Movement was inspired by the social response from Peter Joseph's films Zeitgeist the Movie and Zeitgeist: Addendum (Addendum is better than the Movie). However, it was Zeitgeist Addendum which first introduced The Venus Project. The Movement's website states that a distinction is made between the work of The Movement and the issues raised in Peter Joseph's films in that The Movement is not necessarily in advocacy of any issues raised in the films and exists on its own.


  1. Can you elaborate a bit? I want to know more.

    For their main page.
    For example many businesses replace their workers with automated machines which creates unemployment. And if we dont use the machines we just dont get as much work done as a machine would.
    Currently it is highly undesireable to have our societies evolve to become more automated because people would lose their jobs and there would be massive numbers of unemployed people.

    But what if there would be no need for money?
    What would you think of the fact that humanity can produce food for around 8 billion people but we wont do that because there is no profit in it.
    This movement strives for more technological development, abandoning the monetary system and movin on to resource based economy.(We see what resources we have and act then, not like now that everyone just grabs as much as they can)

  3. it tells some truth but it's also a scam. don't follow it blindly.