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Not so tinfoil hats animation

Dootzkie Thursday, June 9, 2011
I am fully aware that many of you have been listening about the IMF, World Bank, 9/11 and all that so you might be fed up with it.

But, if you just look around you must also be aware that there is something terribly wrong with the present state of things. The neo-colonial world we live in has a lot of issues, but at this moment, I bring you an animation that is dedicated mostly to the USA.


In my opinion, the change won't start there in the US. Why? That is another question for another post. First we will need a ray of light from somewhere which I like to call "a good example".

Enjoy the animation and share your feelings after you have watched it.

15 comments:

Jay said...

thanks for sharing. :)

Kopite said...

Watched the whole 30 minutes of it. Just like Zeit geist only cartoon friendly. I don't live in America but i'm sad to say they really don't take enough action to fight this.

Trolske said...

I'm with Kopite. It totally reminds me of Zeitgeist.

Mercurio said...

I'll watch it in parts, as Kopite said looks like Zeitgeist

Dave said...

Yeah they give us everything, build us up and then cut our legs away from us. Ill watch the rest later. Good post.

Empty said...

nice video. Haven't watched all yet, but it sure is interesting. :)

Corridor said...

30 minutes... I'll watch it when I have the time.

Bookmarked.

duffboi said...

Watched it all. Doesn't leave a very good taste in my mouth. But I'm glad I watched it. Thanks for sharing.

D4 said...

It's like, two thirds longer than I'd like it to be right now. It messed with routine, but I watched it. Very well done, many people I could show this to.

Moobeat said...

wow

Duhniel S. said...

in the weekend ill watch it!

ed said...

things have always been wrong or off

Jon said...

haha I love it and it makes economic principles easy to understand

thenitefalls said...

Thanks for sharing, I bookmarked to watch later :D

Chris Hashemi said...

Nice video, thanks for sharing.

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