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THRIVE is the best Docco made and best to pass onto newbies to our field

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posted on Dec, 1 2011 @ 04:19 PM
Hi All,

I just wanted to say THRIVE the new documentary from Foster Gamble is one of the best doccos in our field since ever if i have to be honest. I dont work for them i just feel it is the best single info to pass onto people who know nothing about ET tech, NWO, free energy and the banking elites like the Rothchilds etc.

If you are normal ATS member and haven't watched it do so. Once you have seen it pass it onto to everyone you know. Even IMDB gives it a 9.2/10 which is super high as we all know.

I have already seen people who have never been in our field wake up after watching it, it is very well made at a cost of millions to Fosters personal wealth

Spread the word ATS memebers.

posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 02:49 AM
Agreed, its way better as an introductory documentary than the ones that go right into the core of the problem and overwhelms 'newbies'.

Lets hope this will make more people aware of the real problems of our world.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 08:34 AM
I watched the entire film and came away disappointed at the slow and tepid way the global elite agenda was presented and somewhat mystified at the heavy emphasis on ancient and E.T. free energy technology. Still, there was lots of very good information for newbies on global elite machinations.

Instead of dismissing the value of the entire film due to several weaknesses, it's ALMOST as though this film is designed to be the next step on the road to full disclosure with films such as Zeitgeist and Estoteric Agenda being its new age predecessors. In this view, Thrive retains much of the new age flavor while shedding the dystopic technocracy solution that the producer of Zeitgeist and the Venus project supporters advocate.

There does seem to be a "we are all one", "we are all interdependent" theme running throughout these films that could be construed as conditioning for a one world government. Maybe Thrive is attempting to turn the tables on P.E.collectivism memes by adopting Catherine Fitts' and Griffin's ideas to educate people around world and collaborate on freedom initiatives.

Or not. Thrive is at least entertaining.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 08:50 AM
wasnt this already posted here ?

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