Originally posted by JibbyJedi
He wants us to "share" his Thrive film... kind of hard when he keeps shutting down everyone who tries uploading it to their Youtube.
Why is YouTube the only thing you are using? There is IRC, eMule, BearShare, and possibly even a few torrent sites left.
I'm sure as Hell not buying that film, which is just a rehash of several free documentaries combined. Does he need the money that
Thrive's importance isn't its' originality. It is the fact that it is the first film about the cabal, that has a serious chance of being accepted
by a mainstream audience. Gamble uses a very carefully cultivated, Boomer-friendly (in particular) image; probably the most visible example of such
is what he is wearing, both here and in the video.
That blue shirt with the unbuttoned collar is designed to appeal to both mainstream and alternative audiences alike. He's not wearing a suit, which
could potentially alienate the hippie/stoner crowd, but he's also not wearing anything excessively casual, which could drive suits/conservatives/the
elderly away. His wife is depicted the same way. They are obviously wealthy, but they are not overly ostentatious about it. Just enough that they
can appear sufficiently quasi-formal, to those who care about such things.
Personally I think it's pathetic that clothing has that much of an impact on how we judge a person, and I don't do it myself; but at the same time,
I recognise what Gamble has done here, and I applaud it. Thrive is to the truth movement, as World of Warcraft was to MMORPGs; a mainstream vehicle
for what has been entirely non-mainstream material, up to this point.
Alex Jones and David Icke don't seem to mind giving their stuff for free online, I respect that kind of thing, so do others.
Jones sells DVDs. He can also be quite enthusiastic about telling people to buy them. He might not target people who upload his material on YouTube,
but that doesn't mean he works for free. Ditto with Icke; he does live gigs in the UK at least, and presumably in other countries as well. Both of
them are making plenty of money.
The difference between Jones/Icke and Gamble, is that Gamble doesn't come across as being blatantly schizophrenic. Jones in particular does, to the
point where I'm willing to believe that he genuinely is mentally ill. Icke is generally more stable in the style of his presentation, and most of
his information, but he still at times advocates ideas which would at least be seen
as belonging in a padded cell.
Gamble having Icke as a guest speaker was a good idea. With apologies to Icke, although he often has fantastic information, he isn't his own best
front man. The fact that there is at least a vague facial resemblance to Emperor Palpatine really wouldn't help, in the eyes of most people. I'm
inclined to believe that said resemblance has quite literally been caused by the depth to which Icke has been willing to delve into Satanism, as part
of his study of the cabal; it has done damage to him, and you can see it in his face. It's exactly the same principle that disfigured Palpatine
Ben Stewart is even further away from the mainstream than David Icke. Although I love Ben's material, he's about as non-vanilla as it gets. Your
average bluepill wouldn't make it through the first 15 minutes of Esoteric Agenda without experiencing seizures; especially atheists.
The point is that Thrive can and should be pirated, irrespective of what Gamble says or does. Peter Joseph was an atheistic megalomaniac, and that
didn't stop his films from being useful. We're at the point now where if we get good information, we need to ignore it if the author of said
material isn't a saint. These days, nobody is.