If you haven't seen the "Zeitgeist" films, you should. They are the brainchild of Peter Joseph. These are important outside-the-box documentaries. They got a lot of flack when first released...mostly because of the input of Acharya S.(D.M. Murdock), the atheistic academic author that has taken it upon herself to prove that ALL religion is myth. A noble pursuit in my view...but that is neither here nor there. The point is that the views expressed in these films are generally anti-religious...as a second warning.
So, I feel you should watch both previous Zeitgeist (and the addendum) films before viewing this one, if you haven't already. I'll be back down there when you are done; with my views...
As you see, there is a great deal of material covered in these films. But I intend to comment only on this last one that was recently released, "Moving Forward".
As I have said here many times, I endorse the philosophy of Jacque Fresco and his Venus project...in theory. He is the only person out here that I feel has not only a grasp of the world's problems, but a viable, workable solution.
That being said, I feel that the film's attempts at history are flawed, and they do not attempt to name those that are at the helm of this, our sinking ship of a planet.
I feel that they correctly portray all human behaviour as learned. They are very precise in this, and I applaud them for it. However, they fail to identify the culture which PRODUCES the traits of cupidity and amorality that have gotten us into this mess in the first place. To my way of observation there is only one religion/culture that instructs their young...learning through nurture...to apply this lack of conscience toward the humans outside their own kind. The judaic. Max Kaiser even profiles this type of philosophy in the interview contained in this expose'.
So my suggestion would be for the authors of this film to apply their own scientific findings ruthlessly upon the world as it is now. Then and only then would the judaic be exposed as the driving force behind the greed of the monetary-based enslavement of the world. But perhaps they are fully aware of where the finger of blame that they point, lies. Perhaps to gain a larger audience, they merely allow the viewer to deduce these facts. I dunno.
Of course they make a few mistaken historical references, in all 3 films...but I will forgive them that, considering the immense power of the remainder of the content in this series.
At any rate, I find this last film to be exciting and uplifting. It provides at the very least, the confirmation that someone out there understands the manifestations of those problematic people...and also ministers a very real alternative. Unfortunately, short of a non-violent revolution which this film depicts(if only)...it doesn't really inform the viewer HOW we get from here....to there. But you be the judge. I would like to hear from you on this.