Re: FW: Thrive Movement Documentary – by whom?

From: hilary.kitching

Date: 2011-10-03 20:52:32

Hi Andrew/Group members I appreciate that the content of this new film is talking about free-energy technology, and a so-called ‘better world for all’ but I’m afraid I have my reservations. The fact that ‘Thrive’ this is hosted by a man who has made no effort to hide his shame about being related to Gamble from Proctor & Gamble and their long history of serious mistreatment of animals for the benefit of us humans says that he really has no empathy. It’s hypocritical to be honest. I have found a few interesting links to support my opinion here:…… Also, a comment from the Urban Intelligence Blog A big budget “activist” movie called “Thrive: What On Earth Will It Take?” is coming to theaters everywhere on November 11, 2011 (11/11/11). This is not just a movie. It’s a movement! The Thrive movie has big advertising. Big names. Big message. Big budget…and it has big “disinformation” mixed with truth. Watch the trailer…and get sucked right in to yet another hijacking of the activist movement by the ruling crime families.… Without being sceptical of those that are genuinely making positive waves in searching for free-energy, the very fact that the movie is being well advertised makes me suspicious of it…as well as Gamble portraying himself as some kind of genuine, caring person. Don’t believe it for a minute. A plus point on the film, talk of free energy and the fact that Still Bill is interviewed. PS: be wary of movements. — In Cognoscence@yahoogro…, “Andrew Johnson” wrote: > > A few people have sent me this link > > —–Original Message—– > From: Anthony Beckett [mailto:anthony.m.beckett@…] > Sent: 25 September 2011 21:16 > > Subject: Thrive Movement Documentary > > Looks like an interesting film made by a guy called Foster Gamble who is > related to the founder of Proctor & Gamble… > > > > Released online on 11/11/11. >

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