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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Zeitgeist - The Movie



This nearly 2-hour long video is well worth watching. You may not agree with it all, but I suggest you take a look to be informed in order that your own opinions, whether pro or con, can at least take the story it tells into account.

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Here is the information that was sent to me about it:

ZEITGEIST: THE MOVIE: Spirit of the Age Producer is Anonymous 2007 / Two-Hours Zeitgeist was created to inspire people to start looking at the world from amore critical perspective and to understand that very often things are notwhat the population at large think they are. Encyclopaedias often do notcontain the information in Zeitgeist. Although, what is being presented isbased on documented evidence. - From Anonymous Producer

I have been putting off watching this documentary mainly because of the incredible hype and the consistent "you must watch this!" commentary on every blog that covered it. But after seeing it just now, let me say "you must watch this". It's hard not to feel something after viewing this very ambitious documentary, be it anger, fear, hatred or confusion. Zeitgeist is about how information is fed to us and taken as fact. The topics of religion, terrorism and war are the primary focus. It's an excellent documentary worth watching. - Michael Ott, Rustylime (IT Politics)

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