FREE PUBLIC EVENT BY:
The London Chapter of ‘The Zeitgeist Movement’ and ‘The Money Free Party’…..
Fighting Politics with Politics to help bring about the transition to a Resource Based Economy
Tuesday 22nd October: 7.00pm - 1O.30pm
The Elixir Bar,
162 Eversholt Street,
(Nearest tube stations are Camden Town, Euston and Mornington crescent)
Low voter turn out, corrupt politicians, growing inequality, failing public services, big business first and the people second….
These are just some of the features we have become familiar with when observing the political landscape in recent years.
Many feel the choice is really limited to the same puppet on the string of the financial and corporate elite, with the people being given a largely meaningless choice. One that will ultimately change very little in the way of meeting society’s needs.
So is there an option other than politics that could be employed for social concern, and if there is, is it possible to use a political platform to get there?
James Phillips (The Zeitgeist Movement)
James is the founder of TZME, a global educational platform for The Zeitgeist Movement and is currently giving presentations and workshops regarding the ‘Resource Based Economic Model’ in numerous schools in and around the London area.
Dr Martin Atherton (Money Free Party)
Co-founder of the money free party. The intention of the money free party is to Use the vehicle politics to promote the values and benefits of a global, stateless, resource based, money free economy, promoting the values of human freedom, social equality and sustainability. By standing in local elections, we intend to win the trust of the people and put the concept of RBE firmly on the political map, while accessing and openly sharing resource data, with the intention of creating a global production and distribution network that allows all people free access to housing, shelter, food, healthcare, education, communication and transportation.
There will also be a science and sustainability exhibition on display as well.
Look forward to seeing you there!
‘We cannot solve the problems of today by using the same method of thinking we used when we created them’