Being very close to moving when the year anniversary of my blog occurred, I didn't write up the significance of the emotional earthquake I encountered which created the impetus for the blog itself. Tonight I offer, for your weekend viewing pleasure, another terrifically persuasive film about the depth of corruption and nearly imperceptible duplicity and manipulation of your government and our world as we know it.
Take the time this weekend, or any other time you can manage, to watch the the documentary film Zeitgeist. Done in an interesting montage, triptych presentation, a social, historical, deconstructionist commentary on religion, 9/11, and international banking practices. This film will stun your senses and make you rethink much of what you think you know about the world, the history of the United States, and government in general. Tonight with my viewing, I had another epiphany.
Zeitgeist was created as a not for profit work to inspire people to start looking at the world from a more critical perspective.
The more you begin to investigate what you think we understand; where we came from, what we think we were doing, the more you begin to see we've been lied to.
We've been lied to by every institution.
Give yourself two hours and see if watching Zeitgeist changes anything.