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actually did learn something about Peter;

while I've always known that he was a music producer and did some video editing gigs, before he did the 1st Zeitgeist, but didn't know that he dabbled in equities for a bit.

Guess it only makes sense, but still a bit weird how some of the more prominent names in 'alternative' media-verse all hail from the financial sector/leaving the paper shuffling industry in disgust: from the brilliant Richard Grove at, Christopher Greene of Alternative Media TV (, to Brian Rose at LondonReal.TV, Peter Joseph, and Molyneux (though he was more of a software industry entrepreneur than solely paper-shuffling per-se).

Well, suppose it's only natural: being a 'numbers person' definitely aids in investigative curiosity and logic.

glad to have them either way.

P.S. Yup. It's interesting watching the two: they both have flair for the dramatic. Not to mention: Molyneux's background IS actually IN Acting! LOL.

But the drone-monotonous voice, cadence, and intonation of Peter Joseph definitely takes a lot of patience to even bear listening to. That said, definitely, this is a good match up between philosophical polar opposites.

Hilariously/Ironically, Peter Joseph's sarcastic self-bio in the intro portion, is his actual "she doth protests too much:" that 'sarcastic' bio wasn't sarcastic at all, as that IS who he ACTUALLY is, observing the ideology he professes to uphold and exercise: the proposed dependence on a centralized supercomputer built and maintained by a class of collectivist technocrats.

Yet, personality wise, obviously aside from their driving individual philosophies, frankly, in some ways, Moly & Peter come off a lot more similar in personality to each other's, than not, IMO.

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul