Zeitgeist: Socioeconomic Paradigms, Capitalism And Communism
UPDATE DECEMBER, 1, 2020 12:50 PM: The original video appears to have been removed from YouTube which was embedded here or changed to Private. This is a replacement video.
Zeitgeist: Addendum (2008) features former “Economic Hit-Man” and New York Times bestselling author, John Perkins, along with The Venus Project, an organization for social redesign created by Industrial Designer Jacque Fresco. Broken into four chapters, the 1st explains “Fractional Reserve Banking” and how Debt and Bankruptcy are inevitable realities. The 2nd exposes various levels of international corruption via the financial/corporate system. The 3rd then considers solutions to current social woes and the 4th gives a philosophical view with the hope to inspire change in the viewer.
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