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Originally posted by kreese
A lot of archaeology is shallow, not just that which supports zeitgeist theories. You say that the info in zeitgeist is BS, I think it's ALL a bunch of BS bud. I don't see how the "official" "facts" are any more valid.
Originally posted by lildaddy985
reply to post by kallisti36
I think that it's rather interesting that that the OP is so very animated about the toes of religion being stepped on, while the (in my opinion) meatier substance remains untouched. A lot of disinformation takes this route. Attack the harder to prove parts of an argument and insist that the entire work is a fallacy.
My big questions, I guess, are are you saying that The Gov't's story about 911 is true? Are you saying that the Federal reserve is a part of the US Gov't? Were they lying about a drill was going on while the Subway Bombings took place? I guess my real point is that if you find one fault in a litany of arguments, that doesn't prove every point wrong. That sort of thinking is "MAGICAL" and, I think, very cute. I'm not even sure that you should waste time here arguing the validity of YOUR religious beliefs here. We are all free to believe whatever we wish, but please try not to be so dictatorial about what is or is not an acceptable discussion for this forum.
Originally posted by anumohi
reply to post by adjensen
HMMMM sounds like religion.
there is nothing from that book that can be proven, its all hearsay and FAITH bound, how could a university even offer to teach such fantasy without real true facts?
wake up people and quit being stupid. which side of the propaganda machine do you want to belong? the one that brainwashes you to continue being naive and a manipulated slave, or the one that wants you to wake up and organize change for a better future?
Originally posted by Malcram
reply to post by tinfoilman
Maybe start here with a handfull of quotes from early church fathers, which formed the basis of some Zeitgeists evidence and some of which was quoted in the film.
Early Christian admission of and excuses for striking similarities between Christianity and older, pagan mythologies.
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I'm sorry, but isn't sheeple usually a description of people who follow without question? It takes literally 5 minutes of research and questioning before Zeitgeist goes down in flames and you're just left with Neo-pagan-marxist-illuminist hodgepodge philosophy and a conspiracy that's really no better than your run of the mill ATS thread. Am I a sheep for sitting through Zeitgeist to see if it had valid points against my religion by testing those claims against evidence?
Originally posted by anumohi
well i would have to say that the creators of zeitgeist are dead nuts on about all their assumptions and proofs. when in our history has so many truths been brought to the surface for all eyes to see and awake from the coma we've been in for the last several thousand years without having to fear ramification of knowledge?
if you love your god so much, then why don't you attempt to understand the story of babble? that should have given you and every other bible beater the complete awakening, that to separate a people you take away their ability to organize and control their lives thus forth. that story within itself should have clued you into the mindset of its authors in beginning. the brainwashing must end and the awakening must move forwards, so we can organize and take back our world and our pathetic controlled existences from the keepers of the sacred lies and deception
Zeitgeist was a brainwashing reversal tool, unfortunately some sheeple will never wake up and shall remain in a coma