The Zeitgeist Disinformation Project

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After receiving telephone threats from Zeitgeist creator, Peter Joseph, over a year ago RINF warned readers that not all was as it seems with the disinformation filled production.

It should also be noted that “Peter Joseph” refuses to use his real name so his background cannot be verified.

Now the flamesong.com website exposes some of the cult-like propaganda the films’ creator is pushing to discredit peaceful activist movements:

The Venus Project and The Raelian Movement

When I first saw Jacques Fresco in the film Zeitgeist: Addendum, I was uncomfortably minded of the leader of the UFO cult Heaven’s Gate, Marshall Applwhite (aka Bo and Do) who died in the cult’s mass suicide in 1997.

Jacques Fresco does, however, have UFO cult connections – he was ‘bestowed the title of Honorary Guide of the Raelian Movement‘ in October 2008, the Raelian movement being by far the biggest UFO cult on this planet.

I make this point because I started to get the Kool-Aid feeling about the Venus Project when I watched Zeitgeist: Addendum and more so the Zeitgeist Activists Orientation Video (see Zeitgeist and the Venus Project) in which a utopia reminiscent of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is proposed as a solution to the problems of global capitalism and religion. A feeling which grows the more familiar I become with all things Zeitgeist/Venus Project.

The Raelians claim to be ‘reclaiming the swastika’, according to Wikipedia but its incorporation into the Israeli (IsRAELi) Star of David in the same fashion that some have done to promote the concept of ZioNazism is peculiar, if not sinister.

As mentioned previously, the Zeitgeist movement has partially (but successfully) co-opted the the 9/11 Truth and Anti-NWO Movements into supporting a project which ought to be contrary to their instincts. Those hungry for an alternative to the inevitable future of a tyrannical one world government may well be desperately biting into a poisonous fruit.

The former racing driver Claude Vorilhon, known to his followers as Raël said in December 2008:

‘All the ‘Illuminati’ myths are distilled through the internet to try to reverse the wonderful trend of globalization, which will lead us to the only way to save humanity: a world government ending nationalism, making all national armies obsolete and ending the huge waste of money which is military spending’.

Zeitgeist and the Venus Project

I stumbled upon the Zeitgeist Movement’s Z-Day website a couple of weeks ago and discovered that there was to be an event which coincided with a visit to Perth in Scotland.
I had watched Zeitgeist and found it very interesting as would all but the die-hard fundamentalists of all religions. Earlier this year, I watched Zeitgeist: Addendum and was going along with it until it reached the part about the Venus Project. Something felt very technocratic and sterile about it.
Anyway, I watched the Activists’ Orientation Video (the title gave me the creeps) and had deep reservations about it but felt that I ought to go to the event anyway – to get a measure of what other people felt. As it happened the event was merely a showing of the AOV again. On second hearing I can only say that my reaction was one of horror. Most people simply disappeared at the end but I stayed to share my concerns with the organiser who seemed to share at least a few of my reservations.
Since then I have been expecting to see the usual suspects denouncing the Zeitgeist Movement/Venus Project as a New World Order psy-op – after all, it presents Huxley’s Brave New World as a utopia rather than the dystopia which Huxley attempted to portray. Incidentally, anybody who believes that Aldous Huxley was a pro-NWO eugenicist has not read his 1958 book, Brave New World Revisited.
It wasn’t until a couple of days later that I found a video of the ‘sold out’ event in New York. I skipped to the end of the presentation of the AOV at which point there was rapturous applause (I assume that the flock were on their feet too).
Surely this can’t be real? Surely these people who are apparently ‘open’ to the notion that humankind has been manipulated for centuries cannot seriously fall for this thinly veiled New World Order propaganda.
And then, as if any further proof were needed that something wasn’t right with this picture, I found this in the New York Times:
The tenth paragraph says:
‘The former [Zeitgeist: The Movie] may be most famous for alleging that the attacks of Sept. 11 were an ‘inside job’ perpetrated by a power-hungry government on its witless population, a point of view that Mr. Joseph said he has recently ‘moved away from.’ Indeed, the second film, the focus of the event, was all but empty of such conspiratorial notions, directing its rhetoric and high production values toward posing a replacement for the evils of the banking system and a perilous economy of scarcity and debt.
Do the libertarians who oppose the New World Order really want to surrender their decision making to computers? In the AOV, this is compared to using a pocket calculator to make decisions – except that pocket calculators don’t make decisions – they -er calculate.
After stating that the Earth’s soil is eroding at a rate of 1% per annum earlier in the film, it later says that food will be grown by hydroponics – no irony there?
Everything will be plugged into a central computer which will monitor all resources – is there any reason to believe that people will not be regarded as resources in this context?
In summary, there was nothing in the Activists’ Orientation Video which made me feel comfortable and I am deeply concerned that anybody who has had their eyes opened will think that this is the solution.