This is my 3rd video for Take The Venus Project Challenge. If you're not familiar with my Challenge, please view my Introduction video for the participation guidelines.
In this episode, I'm encouraging people to intelligently look at the difference between an organization and a "cult." Cults don't encourage critical thinking, or focus on research, facts, and relevant information. A cult isolates its members; it doesn't spread them all over the world and invite any-and-everybody to ask constructive questions and think for themselves! It has a leader that says "my way or the highway," not diverse members who contribute their own creative ideas to help make the cause more productive. People have a tendency to criticize anything that they can't identify with, because those insecurities threaten their pride. We can't let our pride get in the way of something this big, that can truly help people all over the world! We have to put people before pride.
A current look at the global economy:
A look at its future possibilities:
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Friendly Reminder: If we want people to listen to our ideas, acknowledge the facts, and respect our differences of opinion, we need to grant others that same courtesy. It also helps to be a credible source, so do as much research as you possibly can. I'm not perfect; if I make an error, correct me. If you talk about a global economy, with no understanding of exactly how that is to be implemented, no one can take you seriously. By the same token, if you're against The Venus Project because it's supposedly named after the planet Venus and suggests a "New World Order," then no one will heed your warning either, because its ridiculous, and it's false. There's already a world order that exploits people and our precious resources every day, and it's definitely not new.
"What You Waiting For" by Gwen Stefani; "Boadicia" by Enya
Film Clips: Russell Peters "Red, White, and Brown"; "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" starring Jim Carrey