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Saturday, July 2nd 2011, 10:08am

Peter Joseph: Where Are We Now? [Final review/proofreading needed]

Peter Joseph's July 25th 2009 Zeitgeist Movement Lecture: London , UK. Entitled "Where are we now? Peter Joseph lectures on the unsustainable nature of the money-based economy – on cyclical consumption, planned obsolescence, corporate malfeasance and piles of poisonous waste, presenting The Venus Project as an alternative. ( 1:08:56 )

This lecture's English transcription was already proofread, but not time-shifted, since the time-shifting team didn't exist when LTI started working on it. It was later closed to correct the timings.
All translation teams need to re-proofread and adjust their translations according to the new timings. It is worth the work, as this video will flow into our minds like a sweet melody when we finish ;)

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This post has been edited 5 times, last edit by "Ray" (Jan 24th 2019, 8:34pm) with the following reason: Adjusted the Working and/or Repo locations, which changed because FLV video is no longer supported by dotSUB (or most of the online world).

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