13 December 2007


I have just seen a movie that has me chilled to the core, angry as hell, confused as could be, and ready to scream. The movie is called Zeitgeist (the term means "spirit of the age").

it is directed by a man named Peter Joseph, and is a film divided into three parts:

Part I: "The Greatest Story Ever Told"
Part II: "All The World's A Stage"
Part III: "Don't Mind The Men Behind The Curtain".

The film approaches much of the same material as many films, websites, etc. that have been produced since 9/11 (Loose Change, etc), regarding the ideas of a grand conspiracy (within the US Government). The film goes much further than a mere discussion of 9/11, however, in that it connects those events to the "myth" of Christianity, the Federal Reserve Bank, and the quest for world domination led by world bankers.

It sounds ridiculous perhaps. Or maybe not so much. Regardless of the far-reaching claims, which are often backed up by unmentioned sources, ghostly voice-overs (with no name) and pictures of mystery pages from unsourced books, the film makes many strong and valid points. What more, the movie comes up with some reasonable and frightening answers for the "why?" questions that many other 9/11 conspiracy explanations often leave unanswered.

I don't buy it all, but if even half of it is true, I'm ready to join the revolution.

Check out the movie, free, at www.zeitgeistmovie.com.

1 comment:

  1. parousia11:15 PM

    physics is a myth until you get hit by a car