Zeitgeist: Addendum – a film review

04 Nov

zeitgeist-addendumLast night I finally managed to watch the documentary Zeitgeist: Addendum, which not only revealed some very interesting information about the international economy and politics but also went deeper than last year’s Zeitgeist by offering a solution.

The solution captured about half of the documentary and explained the ideas of the Venus Project.

The Zeitgeist Movement, which is the director’s proposal, does not recognize nations, governments, races, religions, creeds or class but is about awareness, in avocation of a fluid evolutionary progress, both personal, social, technological and spiritual.

The Zeitgeist Movement link is here:

The rest of the movie has to do with how governments in general (and especially the ones of the U.S.A.) cooperate with the banks, create money out of thin air, and explains the actions they use to take advantage of the resources of small countries (and their leaderships) for the benefit of big corporations.

To me, the visual result of the documentary wasn’t of the high quality of 2007’s Zeitgeist, and I was under the impression that it was made in a bit of a rush.  On the other hand, it didn’t lack great interest and carried a message that all reasonable human beings know and (except the banks, of course…) would agree.


Here is a 13-minute video showing the perspective of the people of the Zeitgeist Movement of a world to come:

One way or another, as was the case of the first Zeitgeist, Zeitgeist: Addendum is a must see…


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Posted by on November 4, 2008 in Politics


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One response to “Zeitgeist: Addendum – a film review

  1. sinnaa

    November 7, 2008 at 9:15 am

    With another election campaign behind us and the confirmation that the citizens of America can band together to try to make a difference in the world, I wonder just how much things really will change under the leadership of President-Elect Obama.

    Although I try to avoid being pessimistic in all aspects of life, Zeitgeist (Parts I and II) has left a bitter taste in my mouth regarding the pre-determined destination of society as a whole.

    Life was so much simplier when I wore those rose-colored glasses of yesteryear. And even though I hold great hope for the future and for humanity, I’m not really certain if the agenda presented to us by the once hopeful candidate will still hold true now that votes have been tallied and the Oval Office isn’t just a dream.

    I extend my congratulations to President-Elect Obama and his family. Hopefully this will be a turning-point instead of the continuation of what is sure to be the downfall of a society of great people blinded by half-truths and deceptions.


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