ZM

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AcronymDefinition
ZMZambia (according to ISO)
ZMZusammenfassende Meldung (German: Summary Report)
ZMZen Meditation
ZMZu Mir (German Command)
ZMZeitgeist Movement
ZMZombie Mode (gaming, Counter-Strike)
ZMZone Message
ZMZone Marker (VHF Station Location Marker)
ZMZettameter (10^21, one sextillion)
ZMZeptometer (10^-21, one sextillionth)
ZMZuhair Murad (Lebanese fashion designer)
ZMZware Metalen (Dutch: Heavy Metal; music website and forum)
ZMZone Mixte (French: Mixed Zone; athlete interview area)
ZMZixMail
ZMZolid Matters (website)
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David readily admits the long narrow side imagery was inspired by the classic TZM highway banners originally popularized by the ZMCA (Zeitgeist Movement California) chapters.
“Anyone who thinks I am using The Zeitgeist Movement to promote my company would have it exactly backwards.
Founded in 2008 by artist and filmmaker Peter Joseph, The Zeitgeist Movement (TZM) is a sustainability advocacy organization, which conducts community based activism and awareness actions through a network of global/regional chapters, project teams, annual events, media and charity work.
The "Zeitgeist Movement" then officially becomes what Joseph and Fresco refer to as the "activist arm" of the Venus Project.
Osier's allegation catapulted the Zeitgeist Movement, and the Venus Project by extension, into the media spotlight.
Since the shooting, conservatives have latched on to the Zeitgeist movement's new-age side to argue that Loughner hailed from the left.
The Zeitgeist movement emerged in 2008, after the release of the second documentary, as chapters formed worldwide to figure out how to prepare for immanent economic collapse and technological salvation.
11: The Zeitgeist Movement: 9/11 Revisited and Open House
The Zeitgeist Movement is the activist arm of The Venus Project with over 450,000 members across the globe, proving to be the world's fastest-growing, grassroots movement for social change to cross all barriers of nations, governments, races, religions, or class.