Posted in July 2013

Welcome our new member! Norhaslinda Suhaili

Good news everyone, we have new member onboard, please welcome Norhaslinda Suhaili! its good to hear that TZM awareness is spreading, although malaysia chapter is not very active yet. hopefully someday we will gain enough members to make an impact and awareness in malaysia society. For those who want to keep in touch and follow … Continue reading

TZM Exclusive : A Tragedy of Circumstance

2012-10-05 00:00:00 UTC TZM Exclusive: A Tragedy of Circumstance | by Peter Joseph Love Story The love story – A staple of our history and culture. As much as modern economic theory and the dubious claims about our supposed “Human Nature” would have us believe that all humans are merely selfish organisms that would rather … Continue reading

New study suggests humans are not naturally violent

J.G. Vibes Activist Post A new study published last month in Nature Journalsuggests that humans are naturally good. This study adds to the mounting evidence against the popular misconception that corruption is a trait of human nature. In ten experiments using economic games, scientists observed that faster decisions result in more cooperation and generosity, while slower, … Continue reading

Radical Simplicity and the Middle-Class – Exploring the Lifestyle Implications of a ‘Great Disruption’

Consumerism, Economics, Food Shortages, Society, peak oil — by Samuel Alexander September 28, 2012 by Dr Samuel Alexander, co-director of the Simplicity Institute and a lecturer with the Office for Environmental Programs, University of Melbourne. One of many ‘Hoovervilles’ during the Great Depression     1. Introduction How would the ordinary middle-class consumer – I … Continue reading

“Get a job!”

Credit to Justin Douglas   July 24th, 2012 § 5 comments “We don’t want full employment, we want full lives!” —slogan from the 1968 uprising in France I wrote previously about how our use of the phrase “incentive to work” cleverly dodges philosophical questions such as, “What is the purpose of work?” The next question is why. … Continue reading

why hierarchy in our society is bad

very well documented why hierarchy in our society could be damaging..   National Geographic Documentary. Over the last three decades, science has been advancing our understanding of stress—how it impacts our bodies and how our social standing can make us more or less susceptible. From baboon troops on the plains of Africa, to neuroscience labs … Continue reading

innovate without money

people still can innovate  & be creative without money.. Chinese farmer builds Lamborghini from scrap metal Wang Jian, a young Chinese farmer who worked at a garage for more than a decade, built a replica of Lamborghini Reventon with a second-hand Nissan and Santana. This self-made roadster cost Wang around 60,000 RMB ($9,450) and can … Continue reading


SUCCESS OF THE 2012 ZEITGEIST MEDIA FESTIVAL, LOS ANGELES & GLOBAL! During the Weekend of August 5th 2012, an incredible gesture of Global Unity & Socially Conscious Artistic Expression occurred across the world from Australia to Vancouver, BC. Coupled with a Global Food Drive to help the growing poor population, the 2nd Annual Zeitgeist Media … Continue reading