The Brazil Project has as its main source the work of the engineer, researcher and visionary Jacque Fresco, who along with Roxanne Meadows, through the Venus Project, with over 70 years work in educating people to know the benefits and the need to migrate our current political society (all -isms: capitalism, communism, socialism, Marxism, etc.) which is based on scarcity, to a Resource-Based Economy (as was created and presented by The Venus Project).
The Venus Project proposes an alternative vision of what the future can be if we apply what we already know, to achieve a new sustainable world civilization. He prescribes an objective redesign of our culture, where the ancient deficiencies of war, poverty, hunger, debt and unnecessary human suffering are viewed not only as avoidable, but as totally unacceptable. Anything less than this will result in a continuation of the same set of problems inherent in today's world. Currently, many people believe that a sense of highest ethical standards is necessary, and the enactment of international laws to ensure a sustainable global society.
Initially released in mass through the Zeitgeist documentary: Addendum and Zeitgeist: Moving Forward, The Venus Project has gained widespread recognition for not only presenting a real and logical solution to the problems we face and to keep intact its processes and information, using the scientific method to evolve their concepts. As Jacque himself says: The Venus Project does not want to own the truth or to predict what would be the perfect civilization: only we can do much better than we have today, recreating customs and human processes in total harmony with our planet, mimicking nature and not only maintaining but rapidly developing positively and surpassing anything we've achieved throughout human evolution.
Thousands of people in different countries help TVP to disseminate their ideas, explaining their concepts and educating people about the solutions that are presented.
To better illustrate and understand such a broad concept, we suggest to watch the following films (all available in full and for free on YouTube, with subtitles in Portuguese), along with other materials with the "Cosmos" series, the documentary "An inconvenient truth" among many other films, research and documentaries that deal directly or indirectly to issues related to a Resource-Based Economy.
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