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Zeitgeist: Addendum [PAL]

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  • Directors: PETER JOSEPH
  • Region: All Regions
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,152 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Zeitgeist: Addendum, by Peter Joseph, was released on 2008. The work is divided into four sections. The first section explores the global debt-based monetary system and the process of money creation through the "Fractional Reserve" expansion policy used by all banks. It presents a case that the entire global monetary system is little more then a pyramid scheme which can only generate eventual debt collapse along with a society of debt servants and deprivation. The second section features John Perkins, famed NY Times best selling author who discusses his former career as an "Economic Hitman" where we helped certain institutions use loans/debt to take control of a poor country's resources and labor. This section expands to discuss the role of the World Bank and IMF and how the debt schemes and structural adjustment policies employed have served to further injure poor nations, while profitably benefit select Transnational Corporations. The third section of the work introduces an organization called The Venus Project. Started by social scientist Jacque Fresco in the 1970s, the film explores his ideas of a new social system called a "Resource-Based Economy". Finally, the fourth section presents a mix of philosophical concepts about human thought and belief, along with the foreshadowing of certain economic problems which could manifest in the future if a large scale social revolution isn't made quickly towards a new social system.


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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If you are a human being, you must watch this. 14 Dec 2011
Thought provoking, deep, meaningful, truthful and rational are just a few words i'd use to sum it up. This will be one of the most important things you will ever watch. It's literally a choice between the blue pill and the red pill...once you take the red pill, there is no going back. Even if you don't buy the film (which I have) it's available to watch online for free so....why are you still reading this...GO...GO NOW AND WATCH IT!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars well put together film 24 Jun 2012
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Very well put together film about the nature and creation of our current society and the forces and ideas that sustain its shape. It gives a vivid picture of those forces that may be acting in ways that could be said are not in common mans best interests.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Magnificent! 10 Aug 2013
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If you understand the banking system the rest will fall into place.
Any seeker of truth will love this.

Kowledge is power.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Zeitgeist 7 May 2013
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Excellent DVD should be on the school cirriculum explaines so much
about day to day life and how we are controlled from cradle to grave..
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2.0 out of 5 stars Utopian Zeitgeist or Quasi-Marxist Addendum? 7 Jan 2013
"Zeitgeist Addendum" is the sequel to "Zeitgeist: The Movie". Both films are made by Peter Joseph, who is also the leader of the Zeitgeist Movement. While "Zeitgeist: The Movie" was an eclectic mishmash of right-wing conspiracy theories, critique of religion and vague pantheistic spirituality, "Addendum" is more obviously left-wing.

In fact, the ideas in the film sound like a parody or caricature of Marxism. I frequently gasped when watching it. Joseph believes that all problems in society are fundamentally caused by scarcity. The solution is to create a global, classless, stateless, moneyless society of super-abundance based on free energy and very advanced technology. Work will be abolished by complete automation. Nanotechnology will make even surgical procedures automated. "Addendum" is filled with futuristic animations of UFO-like cupolas in the cities of tomorrow, and, of course, really fast trains.

In other words, "Addendum" calls for communism and the immense development of the productive forces. Of course, the narrator doesn't use those somewhat tainted terms, preferring to call it "a resource-based economy" and "sustainability". However, I think it's obvious that Joseph must have studied Marxism. Even dialectical materialism with its thesis-antithesis-synthesis is included, but once again under different terms ("emergence" and "the best thing is to be wrong").

"Addendum" also sounds like a caricature of the Red-Green left, with its contradiction between Green sustainability and modern (state-run) high technology. Murray Bookchin comes to mind. Thus, the film claims that *all* of our present energy needs - and more - can be solved by developing wind, solar, tidal, wave and geothermal power.
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