Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Peter Joseph's latest episode of Culture In Decline is now available on YouTube. This installment covers the distinct culture of fear manifested by our sick society and points out the economic and political mechanisms that give rise to this multifaceted phenomenon. The numbers detailing the historical incarceration trends are shocking. Please be sure to check it out so that you can live in a little bit less fear, and help make the world a better place for all people.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Environmental Awareness Club of UTPA is hosting a series of events for this Earth Week, and has graciously invited the Rio Grande Valley Zeitgeist Movement to attend their Earth Fest event! On Thursday, April 25th, from 12 to 1, we will tabling at their information area on the UTPA Library lawn. We will be distributing information about the Zeitgeist Movement, giving the One Planet Project quiz, and engaging the community with the ideas of a resource based economy and a better world for all people. As we celebrate and contemplate the only planet that the entire human family shares, it is imperative that we recognize the major factors affecting the environment and our society as a whole and work to address them with technical solutions that we have available. We are thankful for the EAC for the invitation, and we hope to see you there!
Friday, April 5, 2013
The Zeitgeist Movement recently held their 5th annual Z-Day main event in Los Angeles. While the event was live streamed, many people were not able to view it at that time. Fortunately, the event was recorded in high quality video and is now fully available for all to see. Please check out these interesting speakers and their remarkable insights into culture, the economy, education, science, social movements and our continuing efforts to help make the world a better place for all people!
Saturday, March 2, 2013
The +Rio Grande Valley Zeitgeist Movement will be holding its annual Z-Day event on Sunday, March 17th, between 1:30 and 4:30, at the Dustin Michael Sekula Memorial Library in Edinburg, TX. Our event will focus on a screening and discussion of the ongoing web series +Culture in Decline, which examines major aspects and foundational assumptions of our culture and society. The major topics will include our dysfunctional economics, our corrupt political system, major value disorders and our propensity for war. While exposing these problems, we will also be exploring their potential solutions, rooted not in political or religious ideologies, but from a perspective that takes into account all people, and our technical ability to solve common human problems. We are excited to share this show with you, and engage in discussion about these and many other aspects of a culture in decline, and what we can do to help make it better for all people. We invite the public, and we hope to see you there!
|Thanks to +Sopphey Vance for providing this beautiful flyer.|