100 thoughts on “Peter Joseph – Where are we now?

  1. @fibbsabaddy Well if you look at it like this: world keeps crashing and these guys have no 'support' from bigwigs in government and politics. They have this proposition and people go to them thinking they have the answer and BOOM NWO from pseudo 'underdog' story. That is the simplified version of that argument. I am not saying that these guys are the NWO, I am just showing you another argument you have to fight off and expose.

  2. @fibbsabaddy I highly doubt that the military or police would know. That would play into the illusion even more. Making it seem that they are on our side. The way this is planned, there will be no law and no police force and no punishment. So why a police force? But computers would be in control for the most part. And who would control and program the computers? These are things that will come up in questions and you have to be ready to answer them, that is why I am testing.

  3. @timothyforvendetta Yes, just as me! and alot of others… still we need to grow innumbers and gain trust in eachother to make this happen!

  4. Try to compare the information put forward by the Zeitgeist movement and the Venus Project then compare it to the information put out by the media and the government. You are the only one that can make the connection to come to a conclusion that will satisfy and maybe transform.

  5. I love the concept and process of the venus project. I think it's beautiful, to say the least. This is the best solution I've seen to end the deeply seeded corruption, and oligarchy which have plagued humanity for SO long. TZM is taking personal action to restructure the future of humanity as to not cause our own destruction. It makes the task personal for every human being, which it aught to be.
    TVP is the best answer we have for now. I wont work on the galactic scale. But it's good as is.

  6. where is he now??we need more ppl like him in this messed up world.. is the venus project still on?? how much do people really know about it? i hope they are still working on it. i wish i could be a part of this project.we really need someone who will save us from this mess…

  7. @joymars10 im gonna have to disagree as well. I enjoy his presentations, as well as his delivery. He sounds very confident in what he speaks of, which i think gives a great, and unique persuasive tone, if i must say. But i caaan see what you are talking about.. it's just i myself find it tolerable.

  8. @MopDMTBARTL Don t get me wrong he does a very good job ,but i just wanted to point this out .
    When he exposed religion that work is Jordan Maxwell s (he forgot to give him credit in the movie) work and it s only the tip of the iceberg.
    So if your interested youll find a lot of videos of Jordans work on the internet

  9. @TheBillibabu Not that I don't understand the sentiment. But someone? No. We each need to save ourselves. One of the issues, beyond money, that's a failing of society is we're too complacent. We want others to solve our problems for us, we want someone else to be our saviour – in so doing, giving away our own natural authority over ourselves to some 'other' thing/concept/person/organisation.
    Basically, "We really need to save ourselves from this mess!"
    Why can't you be someone more like him??

  10. @joymars10 Couldn't DISagree more. The importance of the subject coupled with his intelligent and rational disection of it only go on to make this a fascinating and captivating lecture.

    Each to their own.

  11. ื”ืื™ืฉ ื”ื–ื” ื”ื•ื ืžืฉื•ื’ืข, ืžื” ื”ื“ืช ืื•ืžืจืช ื ื›ื•ืŸ, ืื‘ืœ ื™ืฉื• ื”ื•ื ื”ื•ื›ื™ื— ื”ื•ื ื”ืžืฉื™ื— ืคื’ืื ื™ ื–ื•ื ื” ื”ืงืชื•ืœื™ืช ื”ื’ื“ื•ืœื”. ื›ืžื• ืชืจื‘ื•ื™ื•ืช ืคื’ืื ื™ ืขืชื™ืง, ืืœื ื”ืžืฉื™ื— ืฉืœ ื”ืชื "ืš ื ื›ื•ืŸ ืœื ื ื•ืœื“ ื™ื•ื ื”ื”ื™ืคื•ืš ื”ื—ื•ืจืคื™, ื ื•ืœื“ ื‘ืงื™ืฅ.ื”ืžืฉื™ื— ืฉืœ ื›ืชื‘ื™ ื”ืงื•ื“ืฉ ื”ื•ื ืืžื™ืชื™ ื•ืœื ื›ืžื• ืฉื™ืฉ ืœืš ืฆื‘ื•ืข. ืชื™ื–ื”ืจ, ืืœ ืชื™ืคื•ืœ ื›ื ืกื™ื™ืช ื”ืื“ื•ืŸ ื™ื•ื“ืข ืืช ืงื•ืœ

  12. @IdeasAboveStation i know what you mean but the problem is i'm just in my early twenties so if i try to talk about these things with any one they dont take me seriously!plus i come from a poor country where people are just busy making ends meet,so they dont have the time to listen to someone rambling on about why the world is in such a mess,they have their own problems to deal with.also i am majoring in finance and economics and am surrounded by people who only talk about money!i'm frustrated ๐Ÿ™

  13. We need a global uprising, organize, & begin the process of Jailing these bastards for life!! what we need to do, is to educate law enforcement of all these facts & let them know that they too are on the list to๏ปฟ be exterminated, along with most of low ranking military, which is the majority! IF THIS IS TRUE, & IT IS, THEN WE NEED TO PISS OFF THE PEOPLE WITH THE GUNS, PISSING THE GENERAL POPULATION OFF DON'T MEAN A F*** THING, MOST OF THEM ARE UNARMED & WOULD NOT KNOW HOW TO ORGANIZE REGARDLESS

  14. @TheBillibabu I totally empathise with you here. Most people feel that their own personal problems are more important than being concerned for the major problems of society – neglecting the very fact that these greater social issues directly impact and influence them. All comes down to the conditioning of the system that keeps people from seeing how just being aware of these issues is the start to the change we need. I wish you the strength and fortitude to do what you can. Don't give up =]

  15. @SuperMazoom You are vitim of the catholic church disinformation campaign. Wake up to the real world of the military-industrial-banker complex.

  16. please notice that peter joseph didnt invent anything here, resource base economy the venus project and all this was already invented by other people and many scientist and econmist contributed into them…

  17. Is there a 'I love this' tab? I agree that this should have way more views. It's kind of sad that videos of a laughing baby, Justin Bieber or Charlie Sheen going through a mental breakdown get millions of views while world-changing, evolutionary thinking pieces such as this cant even make it to 100,000. Perfect example of what is wrong in this society and this system. but don't get me wrong, i still love Charlie Sheen

  18. Can youtube users show appreciation in a mature fashion on these videos. I believe this is one of the most informative videos to show people and it's a fantastic video. However, the content can speak for itself. Block capital comments being rated highest give a daunting feeling to a brand new audience. It can become harder for them to relate. Try make it easier for them rather than an outright promotion of the presented ideas.

  19. @PlayingGilly Sorry if it comes across that way. In my experience, people have often criticised the movement and tend to overlook the content based upon those sorts of comments. I've been told a lot that the movement is flawed as the followers are following blindly or that they don't understand it. I'm not saying this is the case, but I've found that an overly enthused approach to somebody just learning about this often puts people off hearing the actual message.

  20. when you say we should get to the youth it must be at an earlier stage than high school and university.

  21. 'There is no "they"' can anyone explain this please? ANd please Joseph learn to vocalize and speak a little slower.

  22. I guess these people haven't heard the news, fossil fuel civilization is unsustainable. These ideas are inspiring but fall short of the chaos our society will face due to the collapse of the debt based system.

    It wasn't machine automation that led to the green revolution. It was Faber Bosch and industrial mining of potash and phosphorus. Once those supplies are gone we are all going back to a agrarianism.

  23. @saultube44 There is no "they" means we are all one. A person from China is no different than my Canadian self. The differences that surface are due to environmental influence i.e culture that create particular views/paradigms within each "different" group. However the reality is we are all the same species, the same biological make-up, the same basic needs, and we all live on the same planet. Countries now are mere lines withheld for money sequencing.

  24. @saultube44 It's these barriers that create the "they" point of view within ourselves and will ultimately destroy us. "I can't stand Asians THEY are such and such." Is an unfortunate point of view we still see today in society and is reinforced by a complete lack of awareness and value system disorder, as described in parts of TZM or Fresco.

  25. @zerogascar

    all you need to do is add autotune and a drum machine to the video and i guarontee you all of the youth will pay attention.

  26. @shaythamc Who Cares! that's is the problem with this society….
    Is it about the message… or is that he can't make mistakes in his speech?
    He is human, human make mistakes…
    in this era… mistakes are not being praised.. will they should…
    Keep it up! full supporter.!

  27. there's one problem with the social constructivist theory of the self. That we have becomes what we have becomes due to our social environment. If so, how then did the social environment become so greedy, competitive etc? What was its origin? Without taking into account its origin, how do you expect to steer people away from it? Etiologically speaking, without knowing the cause of a disease, we can't be certain of a cure.

  28. If we accept that hierarchy didn't exist before 10000 years ago,which were the factors that triggered and implanted social classism,hierarchy and generally that "evil" behavior in human's nature and society?I really cannot believe that it just fell off the tree one day,something caused it.And it can't be the application of aggricaltural techiques either (which is stated in 1.02.10).

  29. @kingofaikido
    Because of scarcity. When people first noticed that there wasn't food for everyone they started to compete with each other for the necessities of life (of course there were other reasons but this was the greatest). And greed is just one of the side products. And because we are still in the early parts of our evolutionary process we haven't grown out of it because there is still different type of scarcity. I said different because our scarcity is somewhat artificial.

  30. @rektator
    In Japan, there was the well known phenomenon of grandmothers volunteering to be taken to the mountains and left there to allow the rest of the family to eat, in times of scarcity. Greed is therefore partly a cultural construction also.The Buddhist philosophical analysis of suffering refers to greed as a major factor in the creation of delusions, and wars. The Stoics believed the same but didn't crack the meditative code, thus change was limited to the individual.

  31. It's really shocking to watch those movies, especially addendum, how the monetary system is a slavery machine, but it's a good shock to have, to wake up. I did….

  32. One can dream, well, i can. I can dream living in this world, for many years as science will allow us to live for centuries eventually. Once we have solved our primitive problems, will start going for the stars, findind those real important answers, not knowing what a homicide is for thousands of years, you know, really evolving. A world where we can dedicate ourselves to what really matters, educate ourselves, having time to study real relevant disciplines, and many…one can dream….

  33. WHY would 13 people dislike this? I'm not asking rhetorically… i'm seriously curious… what reason would anyone have to dislike this?

  34. I think the zeitgeist movement would benefit IMMENSELY from not just paying attention to the ideas of the venus project, but also seeing the ideas of so called "earthships" as being equally relevant.
    I believe technology will eventually give humans abundance in every way.
    However I also think that currently, a good model may be to acknowledge the limitations of our current knowledge, and balance them with older wisdom of sustainability

    Earthships also can be built right now… moving forward…

  35. I think they dislike it because they do not understand the complicated words hes using… then there are those who lack the attention span :/

  36. @06hurdwp It's not. Communism uses politics, money, and most importantly, opinions rather than scientific analysis/prognosis.

  37. @YawwdSM I haven't heard of any communistic/socialistic system that did not use money or government, pal. a Resource Based Economy is somewhat like communism / socialism in essence. All of these 3 would like a society in which everyone is equal, and everyone has what he/she needs. Too bad only an RBE uses technology to harvest resources and utilize these to produce a sustainable abundance, in which money would no longer be relevant. Communism is: "we're equal because we all have nothing" ๐Ÿ˜›

  38. @06hurdwp I am always amazed how american have absolutely no idea what communism is, it's just what was painted to you as the EVIL threatening everything good during the cold war and now you reject anything that just makes you think is similar to it in any way.
    Communism never really existed all states that were described as communist were dictatorships so the communist part only applied to those not in power, the rulers lived just as all other wealthy capitalists…

  39. HAHA, i'd been using feral children as an example to explain to people how affected our behaviour is by our environments even before i'd seen this xD

  40. the veil that covers the eyes,,there is a way if only they hear,change their way of thinking.what a task,how will the "religious " now believe,,,,

  41. why don't they promote this on the trends section? Its simple…the ones in power..the ones who really control youtube ( not the owners) …don't want videos like these to be on the front page cuz its spreading the truth. The truth shall set you free..which is something they dont want to happen.

  42. It's up to 21 dislikes by the time I watched it. However the reasons are the same. 1) Like Peter said in the video the Monetary System is a lot like a religion. Try telling people at a church that god doesn't exist. 2) The government and many corporations have paid trolls. People that get paid to leave negative comments on videos and articles that don't agree with the organization's views or positions.

  43. This is my favorite guy in the world. Progressive, innovative, and willing to tell all of his world-chaning beliefs to the public.

  44. they don't want their illusions destroyed just yet. I don't even know how to operate under the illusion anymore. I am definitely no longer well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.

  45. the notion that peoples genes will control their behaviour is just as obsurd as when people thought their god punished them and made them sick. and i cannot belive that people truly think that today. it just perpetuates the idea that humans will never change, which clearly isnt the case

  46. unfortunately, I don't think the venus project will begin to become a reality for at least a hundred years. There simply are too many stupid people on earth at present.

  47. Sam, instead of calling people stupid; put yourself behind them and wake them up. You'll delay change by putting yourself "higher" than these "stupid" people.

    Show them that it's awesome to be awaken, spread positive vibes to everyone. Be a part of the crowd but shine brighter.

  48. Sorry, an RBE will be guided by a resource and demand tracking program. The program will be written in an open source fashion by many people and everyone will be able to view the program online as it is being written. Everyone will have free access to the education needed to understand it via a khan academy type system. People will also be able to browse through the opinions of everyone else who has seen the program, not just the the opinions covered by a corporate owned news media.

  49. Everyone can see wikipedia and change things back, that's why the vast majority of what's on Wikipedia is correct. Those who created and continue to maintain Wikipedia hold down full time jobs at the same time. Imagine if they didn't have to do that.

  50. Because although these ideas seem great, it's detached from the real world. Example: Jacque Fresco always talks about how the future will be run by scientists, not politicians, if we want to survive. Yet, I've NEVER seen any scientist reviewing his ideas (peer review!!!). And, I've never seen any calculations whatsoever. Those are just a few reasons.

  51. Honestly, I think they are mistakes. Think about it, as of now, 850 likes and 28 dislikes. That is, 3.2% are dislikes. Given how close the Like and Dislike buttons are to each other, is it much of a stretch to imagine about 3% of people accidentally clicking dislike? I know I've accidentally done this before. And once you click one, you can't undo it. So…in reality, there may well be only a measly handful of people who meant to click Dislike. Just my theory. ๐Ÿ™‚

  52. technology will never cause unemployment. Pretend I have factory With 10 employees and produce 10 jars a day, earn $20 a day (each employee earns $1 I get the remaining 10$)

    Then I buy a machine that can do the labor of my 10 employees. So I fire them and now I earn all the $20, with my $20 I would buy more movie tickets than therefore the cinema would hire more people, therefore the 10 lost jobs in my factory would be compensated with other 10 jobs in the movies

  53. No!!!, if the owner of the movie theater takes all the extra money, he will expend his extra money somewhere (lets say in a car) so the car industry would need more people to produce the extra car. technology does not cause unemployment,

  54. if the owner puts his money in the bank, the bank will lend the money to someone else, he will use the lended money to buy stuff (maybe computer) and the computer industry will need to higher more people.

  55. Technology has already created unemployment. Open your eyes. Where are the telephone operators, the longshoremen, the ditch diggers, the weavers, the street sweepers, the milkman, the paperboy and on and on. We realize that the service sector has taken up the slack, but those jobs have become more and more meaningless. We have a nation of salesmen selling stuff we don't need, people sitting in cubicles pretending to work and middlemen.

  56. @Answerquestions1 Also, do you see a common thread among the jobs that have disappeared? They all suck! Have you ever heard of a child saying "I want to be a ditch digger when I grow up"? How about "I want to make jars in a factory when I grow up"? I say good riddance to those jobs. How can a person fulfill their human potential sitting in a cubicle doing next to nothing for 8 hours?

  57. I'm surprised it isn't more, some of us are as dumb as a box of rocks so they tell themselves that he's a communist or a NWO agent. They're JUST PLAIN STUPID.

  58. Santos Bonacci vids are even more awesome…somewhat along these lines. However, he uses astrological aspects.

  59. great video, I hope it helps a lot of people. I would also like to point to guns, germs, and steel. There are some nations where there isn't enough in terms of natural resources or wealth to advance and g.g.s. points that out pretty well. Keep it up good sir.

  60. Considering the globalists and the entire planet of Earth, one way to thwart the Elite might be to reconsider this planet we all live on.. Perhaps using the UN flag/map as a starting point, re-envisioning everything from the ground up. ๐ŸŒŽโŒ๐Ÿ—บโœ…

  61. Post-scarcity abundance – When goods compete for people and not people for goods. People will always be the scarce resource, we will always be able to make more beds faster than we can make people. Culture IS Biology; We must rise above our biology by understanding it is us. What world we want depends on who we want to be and become; Sociality means a constant contest for blood between specialized groups of neurons that self-organize in all social creatures, one side of the brains primary focus is on SELF-Interest while the other competes with it for blood and energy to focus on GROUP-interest. Self-interest see's the world through the lenses of scarcity, fear of death, competition and superstition while group-interest has the expectation of abundance, immortality, cooperation, and scientific and mathematical optimization. It is now time for us to choose between our biology and our sense of morality. It is a clear choice.

  62. The world in debt thing reminded me of the meme saying: The world is 40 trillion dollars in debt. Who the f*** does the Earth owe?

  63. Id love to hear a podcast debate between peter joseph and professor jordan peterson. Two interlectuals i enjoy listening to

  64. I say we all need to start organizing mass major walkouts – everywhere from schools, to offices, to retail. Everyone who is not in the top 2-5% should all band together and refuse to "work" for the sake of basic survival. If we can organize volunteer efforts with farmers, basic suppliers and distributors, technicians (for energy), and doctors, then we can all have access to basic necessities like food, energy, and emergency care and then either stay at home or the community to care for children and help whevever needed while others organize protests and sit outside of banks, burning their obsolete money. Not a perfect idea, but it's a start. Anyone else with suggestions on how exactly to proceed?

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