Skip to comments.Tucson Assassin Was A Zeitgeistist, A What?
Posted on 01/13/2011 9:45:31 AM PST by OneVike
In my last post I told you that when Jared Loughner's former friend, Zach Osler, spoke to ABC's Ashleigh Banfield, he told her that Jared did not subscribe to the left or the right in politics. The only problem with that is Zach then told her that Jarred was profoundly influenced by Zeitgeist documentary and that it really altered his mind-set on how he viewed the world. So then what exactly is this Zeitgeist all about?
Basically, the documentary, "Zeitgeist", is the propaganda arm of an organization called "The Venus Project". The Venus Project is a movement aimed at overcoming the supposed lack of sustainable communities for mankind on the planet. The Venus project was going to begin a transition into a new, sustainable social design based exclusively on strategic resource management as the starting point for all decisions. With the current financial troubles around the world, the project has stepped up it's effort to convince people that now is the time to begin seriously considering their concept of life for planet earth. That's what the documentary says, but in reality the "Venus Project" is a scam.
From what I have learned, the Venus Project very well may have started as a pie in the sky liberal idea by a hippie in the 60's. A Social/Industrial Designer named Jacque Fresco thought he was going to save mankind and the planet by reforming the worlds economic system, as well as creating environmentally friendly communities similar the multitude of ill fated hippy communes of the 1960's. Now he claims to have ideas for biosphere type communities for mankind to live in. Wow, that's original. Well, like all leftists who eventually realize they need other peoples money to accomplish their Utopian ideas, Fresco never created a single community nor helped anyone realize a better life. That is except for himself and a few close associates.
Something that Fresco has been able spread to others through his scam, is the ideas he spreads through his leftist cult. This cult is based upon the New World Order idealism, with a theosophical belief structure. This is what the Zeitgeist movies are accomplishing, as seen in the mind of a certain assassin in Tucson. You can read more on the scam that is the Venus Project and the documentary used to create a cult at the links below.
Zeitgeist 2: Theosophy, Socialism, and The new NWO
EOS, (A similar leftist group who admits that the Venus Project is a cult.)
If you are still in the dark as to what exactly Zeitgeist is, consider that all you need to know to understand is that Karl Marx wrote about it. I know, many will be fooled into watching the movies and thus making the old man richer as he confuses more young minds full of mush that are looking for anything to believe in because the schools have taught them only believe in government. So while many will think Zeitgeist is some kind of new age idea that promises a non political solution to help create a Utopian world? The truth is Zeitgeist is just Marxism that has been repackaged with a new name.
I do find it interesting that the Tucson shooter is now being said to not have had any political leanings. Yet the one event that seems to have profoundly influenced him is a repackaged communist movement. That means that the assassin who is now considered not to be affiliated with any party does in fact have common political beliefs with those on the left. So even if he is not registered to a leftist party for voting purposes, he does sympathize with them.
In the beginning when the news broke about the shooting we were inundated with the left attempting to convince the world that he was a right wing nut job who was pushed into what he did by the rhetoric on the right. Now that the story line is that he's an independent, those who have been trying to start a new movement called the "No Labels" party cannot be to happy. I guess we can safely say that Jarred Loughner could have been a charter member of the new "No Labels" party.
You know the about the "No Labels" party right? Well that's the new independent party that is being started to combat the Tea Party movement. Allow me to suggest a new campaign commercial for them to use in recruiting new party members.I have the trailer below for the "Venus Project's" third movie called, "Zeitgeist: Moving Forward". If their smart, they could register a lot of new members by setting up registration tables just outside the theaters this week. The movie is being released in over 60 countries and with over 20 languages beginning on January 15, 2011. The first of the three movies, "Zeitgeist: The Move", was released in 2007, with the second movie, "Zeitgeist: Addendum" released in 2008. The first two movies helped to twist Jarred's mind. We may will never know the truth, but maybe he thought that he needed to do something to help change things. You think that if he claims his religion demands that he sees the movie, that they'll give him a weekend furlough to go see it this weekend?
(Here is a link if you would like to see the trailer for the movie, "Zeitgeist: Moving Forward")
We are now being told by close friends of the Tucson assassin that he was neither a lefty nor a righty, but the facts speak differently. In my article, Tucson Assassin Was A Zeitgeistist, A What?, I shed a bit more light on the matter..........
Right, because Marxism is not a leftist ideology, ya’ know!!!
Was ist ein “Zeitgeistist”?
Ist anyone not zombied over by NWO hypnotism.
Zeitgeist: Moving Forward, by director Peter Joseph, is a feature length documentary work which will present a case for a needed transition out of the current socioeconomic monetary paradigm which governs the entire world society.
This subject matter will transcend the issues of cultural relativism and traditional ideology and move to relate the core, empirical "life ground" attributes of human and social survival, extrapolating those immutable natural laws into a new sustainable social paradigm called a "Resource-Based Economy".
Only those on the left are falling for it, and the more they fall for the many different labels, the more they will marginalize themselves.
Was ist richtige anworten fur “Zeitgeist”?
In layman’s terms, MARXISM for our age!
Actually a very rich 90 plus year old hippie that got wealthy creating a leftist group which is now a cult.
Any wonder this nut in Tucson went off the deep end?
This is an extremely anti-religious and anti-Catholic movement from what I am reading in the companion guide. Typical B.S. akin to the “16 Crucified saviors” and Mythras crap.
From Wikipedia, with references at site:
"In 1951, [Reverend Jim] Jones (Jonestown) began attending communist meetings and rallies in Indianapolis. Jones became flustered at harassment he received during the McCarthy Hearings, particularly, regarding meetings between Jones and his mother with Paul Robeson. This, among other things, provoked a seminal moment for Jones where he asked himself "how can I demonstrate my Marxism? The thought was, infiltrate the church.""
"In the summer of 1977, Jones and most of the 900 members of the People's Temple moved to Guyana from San Francisco after media pressure built. Jones left the same night that an editor at New West magazine read Jones an article by Marshall Kilduff to be published detailing allegations by former Temple members. Jones named the settlement Jonestown after himself.
Jones purported to establish Jonestown as a benevolent model communist community stating, 'I believe were the purest communists there are.'  Jones' wife, Marceline, described Jonestown as "dedicated to live for socialism, total economic and racial and social equality. We are here living communally." Jones wanted to construct a model community to show others and stated that Prime Minister of Guyana Forbes Burnham 'couldnt rave enough about us, uh, the wonderful things we do, the project, the model of socialism.' In that regard, like the restrictive emigration policies of the then Soviet Union, Cuba, North Korea and other communist republics, Jones did not permit members to leave Jonestown.
Jones and several members argued that the group should commit "revolutionary suicide" by drinking cyanide-laced grape flavored Flavor Aid (often misidentified as Kool-Aid) along with a sedative.
One member, Christine Miller, dissents toward the beginning of the tape. When members apparently cried, Jones counseled "Stop this hysterics. This is not the way for people who are Socialists or Communists to die. No way for us to die. We must die with some dignity." Jones can be heard saying, "Don't be afraid to die" and, regarding death as "just stepping over into another plane" and that "[death is] a friend." At the end of the tape, Jones concludes: "We didn't commit suicide, we committed an act of revolutionary suicide protesting the conditions of an inhumane world." Children were given the drink first and families were told to lie down together. The mass suicide had been discussed in simulated events called "White Nights" on a regular basis, while members drank liquid Jones first told them was poison during at least one of those White Nights.
BTW, Thanks! Somehow I missed this.
The Last Honest Liberal-Caitie Parker (Friend of AZ Shooter)
Multiple including twitter interview by Freeper ^ | 1-9-11 | Icwhatudo
Here are Caitie Parker's original responses to 3 different Twitter posters (the 'at' symbol @ = To: _______ )
I spent an hour (long car ride) last summer discussing this Zeitgeist crap with a friend’s 22 year old son, and explaining why it was lunatic fringe stuff.