posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:08 AM
I'm almost finished watching this Thrive Documentary. I have just under 30 minutes left to watch. I have to say, I'm impressed with it. I will take
this Thrive at face value. A lot of what they were saying if not most of what they were saying is true and we all know it.
While watching this documentary which I felt was well done, I didn't get the impression that I was being had. I got the impression that these are
folks that are telling it like is it. We might not want to hear it, but if we really sit back and think about it, we can agree with many many points
that were brought out.
I am one, like many ATS'ers that does not fit into the normal society. And indeed it does cause problems. Nothing major but you notice how others
treat you. You are not following the 'party line' ..Don't believe me? Go over to your neighbors and tell them about the Government and how it lies
to 'force' you to do something. Something simple like your yearly flu shot. Or in Canada, H1N1 shot a few years back. They will look at you like you
are out of your mind, after all the Government is there to protect you and them. Hell, I have a daughter like that. She believes everything the
Government tells her!
I really enjoyed the bit about free energy. I had at one time a few years back done some really basic research into some of the people that were
working on free energy, and what they were working on. It was amazing to see how they were dismissed by 'those that knew better'.
I for one don't believe this Thrive was put out for misinformation. Most everything they talked about is information that is freely available if
anyone cares to see outside their little bubble.
Instead of fighting over the documentary and the people that were in it, maybe we should as a collective group be pooling our knowledge and resources
and putting them to better use. If we the people from every country don't stand up soon and put a stop to what is happening, then we deserve what
those in power will do to us. I don't have the answers, but collectively around the world we and those that cared to join would be a force to reckon
I will look more in depth at the movement seeing if there is a place for me. I choose not to bitch but to let my voice be heard.