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If you lived on an Island with a small group of people and you had a finite amount of resources with a natural generation of growth and a very simplified society, would you deside to make an economic system that would try to use that up as fast as possible. No, I'm afraid the earth is an isolated Island in a cosmic Sea and is alot smaller than you think.
Originally posted by petrus4
I very much liked Peter Joseph's manner, here. I think it was the most humble I've ever seen him, in this talk. He seemed subdued, and almost a little nervous at times.
I have a feeling that we're going to find that the loss of the Zeitgeist Movement was probably the best thing that could have happened to Mr. Joseph. I think it and TVP were a stone around his neck, in the end. I think his experience there has removed a lot of his former arrogance, as well; which will clear the way for him to make contributions that will be even more valuable than those he has already made.
Originally posted by TiM3LoRd
Excellent observation, indeed he seemed more down to earth and is addressing issues that people can grasp and understand.
I was never a fan of the way the venus project attacked the issue it was too pie in the sky for the average joe to eat, I understand the issues they had with society but the way they went about preaching it seemed doomed to failure from the beginning.
We cants keep going the way we are going, that much should be obvious to even the most dimwitted individual.