Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Documentary blames hippies for financial crisis

Objectivity is what we strive for on this site as we don't want to ignore any documentary based on political, religious or cultural beliefs. So with that in mind, I present to you the latest documentary supporting the ideas of the newly founded and fast growing Tea Party movement.

Generation Zero poses an interesting argument about the roots of the current economic crisis the United States currently faces. Because I don't want to misquote a film I know little about, here is the official statement about the documentary: "The current economic crisis is not a failure of capitalism, but a failure of culture. Generation Zero explores the cultural roots of the global financial meltdown - beginning with the narcissism of the 1960's, spreading like a virus through the self-indulgent 90's, and exploding across the world in the present economic cataclysm."

Generation Zero is written and directed by Stephen K. Bannon (who previously created a documentary in praise of Ronald Reagan) and has a rumored theatrical release sometime in March. If you're interested in learning more, head over to Or if you want a semi-related golden nugget, head here to see a bizarre film Bannon produced a few years ago.

1 comment:

Jazzmain said...

Check out the trailer for the documentary, 'Inside Job', a film that exposes the shocking truth behind the economic crisis of 2008.