Peter Joseph (Author of The New Human Rights Movement)Peter Joseph is an American independent film-maker and musician.He is the founder of the Zeitgeist Movement and on the Steering Committee of Project Peace on Earth.
He is also a social activist best known as the man behind the Zeitgeist film trilogy.
Peter Joseph has written, directed, narrated, scored and produced three documentary films called Zeitgeist: The Movie (2007), Zeitgeist: Addendum (2008) and Zeitgeist: Moving Forward (2011).
Joseph also wrote and produced the web series Culture in Decline and directed the June 2013 Black Sabbath music video God Is Dead?.
His films have become a counter-culture phenomenon on the internet and have had millions of views. He has not shied away from controversy and has dared to push a strong vision for the future. Eventually his audience turned into a global movement aimed at replacing capitalism with a radically new social system based on a Resource Based Economy (RBE)
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Actually, as per my experience over the past 6 years, most within The Zeitgeist Movement TZM do not subscribe or agree with this film in general, although mixed reactions are most common. As of , any ongoing association with TZM and Zeitgeist: The Movie is often perpetuated by those merely with malicious intent. As the rest of this list will express, Zeitgeist: The Movie has been a point of extreme attack and bigoted reactions since its inception. Having been seen by literally hundreds of millions of people, it is no surprise so many in vehement disagreement rise to the top. I wish I counted the number of death threats and the amount of cyber stalking I have personally endured. I find this troubling if so.
Zeitgeist: Moving Forward Poster. Trailer. | Trailer. 1 VIDEO . "When the zeitgeist of an era is xenophobia it is upon each and everyone of us to think well of.
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In a decaying society, Art. And unless it wants to break faith with its social function. Art must show the world as changeable. And help to change it. Deadly riots over the government's.
And what you've got is this complete false dichotomy built around nature as deterministic at the very bottom of all the causality of 'life is DNA' and the 'code of codes' and the Holy Grail, and everything is driven by it. What you see instead is that it is virtually impossible to understand how biology works outside of the context of environment. It means all sorts of subtle stuff if you know modern biology, but for most people out there what it winds up meaning is: a deterministic view of life, one rooted in biology and genetics. Genes, equal things that are inevitable and, that you might as well not waste resources trying to fix, might as well not put societal energies into trying to improve because it's inevitable and it's unchangeable. And that is sheer nonsense.