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As the global economy continues to veer from crisis to catastrophe many more people are looking for wise counsel on how to reshape the Western Economy. Over the last three years 23 global thinkers many of whom have been marginalized -have come together to break their silence and explain how the world really works.
Their views transcend mainstream media and short-term political explanations to describe in simple terms what needs to be addressed in our universities, governments and corporate structures. We will not be returning to business as usual.
Four Horsemen doesn t get involved in banker bashing, criticising politicians or conspiracy theories. The film looks at the systems that we have chosen to live under and suggests ways we could change them. With events veering out of the control of democratic governments and the global economy on life support for the foreseeable future Four Horsemen is a catalyst to begin a debate around the solutions we urgently need.
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Buy it, watch it, show it to your friends.
I was and still am very happy with this DVD about the world paradigm shift.
But why on earth did they, the producers, not included any kind of subtitles within this DVD ?!
At least for educational purpose, it would have been essential.
For me, it was very hard to get all the lines... My mother tongue being French, I made all I could to understand it all at first time !
I have seen at least 5 times and I will see it again, but it would have been much more powerful with a clean and intelligible subtitle.
Concerning the info inside, well, they all repeat the same idea that the world is changing, even if we don't want to see it happening, so we better have to know it rather than being surprised...
But the most amazing idea is the cycle of empires during the ancient times...
I recommend it very strongly to all people looking for a real source of information, without any conspiracy behind !
I can't wait for another documentary coming from Ross Ashcroft.
Thank you !
The film is set out in a very refreshing way, there are interviews with 23 world experts on finance and economics, and when any economic jargon arises there are intriguing animations to explain them clearly.
This film discusses how society has been distracted not to question the banks' practices, and compares the western empire to previous empires in history and how we are seeing the tell-tale signs for the beginning of the end.
The film doesn't just talk about "banking" as the problem to the economy and the people, but also how resources, "terrorism", the military/industry complex and so on, all link to together to serve the corporations and governments.
The most interesting part of this film for me personally, was the part on Fiat money; this is the way most currencies in the world works. It allows banks to generate money from thin air and then charge interest which has lead to the de-evaluation of money, which causes inflation and again expands the rich poor divide.
Honestly, I think this is one of the best documentaries I have watched. It is a great foundation to learn about the systems we have created and how they are now failing. Extremely informative, witty, engaging but frightening as well.
The DVD also contains extras such as the making of the film and interviews.
"Don't ask for change, Demand it."
Instead of giving my opinion or some deep analysis of the movie, I will just quote one of the most significant comments in the movie. One might say the whole (hi)story is mainly about that:
When plunder becomes way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it. (Frederic Bastiat)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In spite of all this information shy-tories & shy-lefties aboundPublished 7 months ago by Mr. Mahendra Wijetunge
Too much faith in the inner logic of capitalism. Some insight; but if a more benign capitslism prevails (if!) is this another 'end of history'? Read morePublished 10 months ago by ian clark
What a bummer!
I live in the U.S. and learned that I am unable to play the the Four Horsemen DVD that I purchased from England. Read more
Lefty intellectual games ; important if you're studying how to contradict or bypass them.Published 13 months ago by Taiga
Four Horsemen is one of the most interesting and important film I ever seen. I hope this film, how our world really works, could be available for as many people as possible on the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dan Sabel