Franky Müller "TZM Understandings" | ZDay 2017 Brisbane, Australia [ The Zeitgeist Movement ]





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Published on May 1, 2017

Franky Müller [TZM Germany] shares some general understandings about The Zeitgeist Movement (TZM) particularly regarding TZM’s mission, tools and its attributes of activism at the 9th Annual Zeitgeist Day [ZDay] in Australia.

The 2017 main event was held in Brisbane, Australia at the Globe Theatre during the weekend of March 25th & 26th, 2017. This 9th annual symposium was titled “Towards Global Unity and Abundance” to address the increasing severity of social destabilization, war, income inequality, economic slavery, ecological loss and, in short, an overall public health and societal crises playing out on the Earth’s stage today.

About Zeitgeist Day:
Also known as “ZDay” for short, this global awareness campaign features a main event with prominent Movement speakers and guests from all over the world, while working in solidarity with many other parallel events occurring during the same day and/or weekend. This gesture is one of global unity towards sustainable world that works for the planet and everyone one it.

About TZM:
The Zeitgeist Movement is a global sustainability activist group working to bring the world together for the common goal of species sustainability before it is too late. Divisive notions such as nations, governments, races, political parties, religions, creeds or class are non-operational distinctions in the view of The Movement. Rather, we recognize the world as one system and the human species as a singular unit, sharing a common habitat.

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