Four Horsemen film - Official Trailer

Four Horsemen film - Official Trailer

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

The Four Horsemen is a independent cinematic feature documentary from the Renegade Economist which lifts the lid on how the global economy really works. Living in the age of consequence unfettered growth and profit seeking have pushed humanity to the brink.

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Today’s Four Horsemen – socially organised violence, debt, iniquity and poverty control all of our lives. They’re gathering momentum, decimating communities and compromising future generations if they are not arrested the planet will gallop to a logical conclusion.

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By dispelling the myth that capitalism has failed the Four Horsemen charts how a vast majority of the world’s population have been made to pay for the greatest heist in history. Capitalism hasn’t failed – it has worked perfectly according to the rules the systems creators have established at the detriment to those who can least afford it.

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Younger generations sense innately that something is wrong. Disillusionment and unhappiness are far reaching throughout the developed world where almost everyone has got to the end of the benefits of economic growth.

Four Horsemen film pulls together for the first time 23 of the world’s leading thinkers who have held jobs at the highest level and explain where we go from here and how we can begin to re-engage.

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Coming Autumn 2011.

Directed By: Ross Ashcroft

Featuring: Noam Chomsky, Max Keiser, Joseph Stiglitz, Prof. Herman Daly, Dr. Ha-Joon Chang, Simon Johnson, Michael Hudson, Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, John Perkins, Tarek Al Diwany, Camila Batmanghelidjh, James Turk, David Morgan, Hugo Salinas Price and more...



  • Comment Link Jerome Louison Friday, 19 August 2011 14:43 posted by Jerome Louison

    Viva la revolucion! Can't wait to see REAL democracy at work.

  • Comment Link Christina Daly Friday, 26 August 2011 05:03 posted by Christina Daly

    Hope this documentary comes to San Jose, CA. I will be the first in line.

  • Comment Link J.C. ODay Tuesday, 20 September 2011 02:44 posted by J.C. ODay

    just found your site from AdBusters. brilliant. working to bring the Four Horsemen film to my hometown of Chico. education is the key here people are being manipulated by those in power that are controlling the cognitive map. time to wake up and speak up and to each other. love and carrots. peace out.

  • Comment Link Mr Editor Sunday, 23 October 2011 07:59 posted by Mr Editor

    The film seems extremely fascinating, hopefully it's released in Australia too!

  • Comment Link anne corkhill Monday, 13 August 2012 17:34 posted by anne corkhill

    I was so impressed with the film and people speaking the
    truth without all the hatred and banker bashing which goes
    on without much else said. I have to say as much as I
    appreciate that most people do not want to be terrorists
    and alot of this comes from injustice alot of these young
    men have a very unstable centre so I also think psychologic-
    al health or lack of it also has something to do with it.It
    made me feel empowered and also responsible for my own
    behaviour which affects myself and others. No free lunches.

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