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'''''Zeitgeist''''' is a popular internet movie with three parts. The first part is about the story of [[Jesus]] and its supposed similarity to various [[god]] and [[messiah]] stories throughout history. In the first part of the movie the narrator call [[Christianity]] a [[pagan]] [[religion]]. The second part is about the [[Wikipedia:September 11, 2001 attacks|9/11 attacks]] and the third part is all about why you don't have to pay [[tax]]es.
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'''''Zeitgeist''''' is a popular internet movie with three parts.
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Part one is dedicated to religion, offering an initial hypothesis of its use as a mechanism for control.  Additionally, it offers an explanation of a supposed similarity in the story of [[Jesus]] to various [[god]] and [[messiah]] stories throughout history.
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Part two is dedicated to supposed inconsistencies in the government accounts of the [[Wikipedia:September 11, 2001 attacks|9/11 attacks]] in tandem with a hypothesis that it is in line with prior government manipulation to get the United States into war.
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Part three is dedicated to the [[Wikipedia:New World Order (conspiracy theory)|New World Order]] under the hypothesis that it's a group of "international bankers" who benefit from war.  It includes parts suggesting the supposed constitutional illegality of income tax.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:04, 9 July 2008

Zeitgeist is a popular internet movie with three parts.

Part one is dedicated to religion, offering an initial hypothesis of its use as a mechanism for control. Additionally, it offers an explanation of a supposed similarity in the story of Jesus to various god and messiah stories throughout history.

Part two is dedicated to supposed inconsistencies in the government accounts of the 9/11 attacks in tandem with a hypothesis that it is in line with prior government manipulation to get the United States into war.

Part three is dedicated to the New World Order under the hypothesis that it's a group of "international bankers" who benefit from war. It includes parts suggesting the supposed constitutional illegality of income tax.

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