You’ve seen the film, now let’s think through the movement: the Zeitgeist Movement. A science-based motion for world change and alleged evolution. What would Theodore Roszak and Paul Feyerabend say to such? How about Aldous Huxley? Who will monitor the social engineers?? This portion focuses on the interesting topic of the illusion of democracy, with germs of truth that are quite deep; the question is, is there more than a germ of truth here?
Archive for January 2011
Let’s think through the Zeitgeist Movement: Is democracy an illusion? (and other interesting provocations)January 28, 2011
Dis visionary creative direct-actionist has been informally artin’ himseLf x-country (and far outside o’ da art corrall) since at least 2003, with escalating angles of a form of confrontational nonviolence he calls “da crucial arts” –not Martial Arts. He shares some goOd sPirit of late, speaking about the value of injecting our “bests” (as a process) into the seeming impossibility of “it all.”
Reading over Craig Rosenbraugh’s book “The Logic of Political Violence” while visiting the Red and Black cafe’s library tonight brought me to recall several situations that he somehow missed. Including the reality about *when* nonviolence works, and which kinds of nonviolence.
an artist experiments with his intuition in a coastal forest and has pretty neat gifts to share with those willing to take the time
Youth being programmed towards war (at home) inspired beyond tired old stupidity, in rural MN town.