Sean Hannity Discusses "Generation Zero"

"Generation Zero," was featured during the Citizens United Film Festival at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference 2010. "Generation Zero" gives an inside look into the financial meltdown of September 18, 2008. Sean Hannity will devote his entire Fox News show to the discussion of ”Generation Zero” in a special broadcast on Tuesday, February 23. "The Sean Hannity Show" airs on the Fox News Channel at 9pm EST/8pm CST. This is the first time that Sean Hannity has dedicated an entire hour to focus on the content of a film. Read the summary by Vimeo.com and watch the movie trailer below:

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 goes beneath the shallow media headlines and talking head sound bites to get to the source of today's economic nightmare. With a cutting edge style and haunting imagery, this must see documentary will change everything you thought you knew about Wall Street and Washington.
Featuring experts, authors, and pundits from across the political spectrum, Generation Zero exposes the little told story of how the mindset of the baby boomers sowed the seeds of economic disaster that will be reaped by coming generations.

Generation Zero - Teaser 2 from Citizens United on Vimeo.

 

Comments

Ugh. This is based on a cyclical theory called "generational dynamics" by Strauss and Howe. The theory isn't remarkably different from other cyclical theories; nor is it in any way scientific -- it's re-interpreting history through a particular bias.
http://rationalwiki.com/wiki/Cyclical_theory
http://rationalwiki.com/wiki/William_Strauss_and_Neil_Howe

As noted in one of the above links, there's an ironic self-fulfilling nature of some of these things: "If enough people believe a catastrophic 'crisis' is forthcoming because Strauss and Howe (or others) said it would, they might be more likely to put society on a crisis footing in reaction to whatever events do happen."
 

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