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(partial to save space and reading, Volk first goes on to explain how he thought THRIVE was a pure psy-op, given the name of the producer)
So I decided to do some research on Mr. Gamble. Turns out he lives just a couple townships over from me in the bay area, California.
I listened to the interview, in which Mr. Gamble explains his association with Proctor & Gamble (link posted by another commenter). It was great that he addressed the illuminati rumors, and I thought he did so with a lot of understanding of the people who might be worried. Everything he said seemed plausible, but I still needed more.
Many of you (readers) may not know, but a few years ago in the San Francisco bay area, there was a huge controversy regarding a government plan to spray untested chemicals (ominously called Check Mate) on major urban areas to kill the light-brown apple moth that arrived from Australia 30-40 years ago.
The moth had been recently (at the time) condemned by farmers for being invasive and ruining their crops. At least that was the official position from the California department of agriculture. To this day, I have never seen one of these moths.
This aerial spraying had already been “tested” in Santa Cruz in 2007 (before I arrived), and resulted in many respiratory infections and miscarriages. The new plan was to spray these urban areas EVERY WEEK for two years! This created a huge uprising from the people, and eventually it was shown, by a college professor, that there was no evidence that this moth had ruined any crops ever.
That was the death knell for this spraying plan, and people all over the area organized and fought against it. It was an amazing time to be a Californian. The ultimate conclusion was that a bill was passed in Sacramento banning any aerial spraying of any kind without a public vote (obviously, this does not apply to chem trails, which are still abundant here). For the purpose of the aerial spraying, the threat was neutralized permanently.
So how does this tie in with Mr. Gamble, and THRIVE?
Well, in my research, I stumbled across this video (linked here)
Mr. Gamble, who lives in the bay area, addresses one of the big wins by the people to stop the aerial spraying and takes the time to examine the issue to see who the spray players are and who benefits from it. He goes through incredible detail, and I’m certain that this video made the folks involved with the spraying very angry. This video was made in 2008, after a major win on the part of the people, but before the final legislation was passed, banning any aerial spraying. (in the video, Gamble mentions that the fight isn’t over yet, and it wasn’t at the time he produced it)
Even before THRIVE was released in 2011, Gamble’s stance and position then are exactly the same as in his film now.
This leads me to believe that Mr. Gamble is legitimately involved with the movement to empower and uplift humanity. He's been doing it way before he popped on the radar with THRIVE.
The money he used to make the film was the money he inherited from his parents and grandparents. (stated in the previously posted interview)
Further, if you actually look at Gamble’s action items list in THRIVE, I believe his intentions for good and positive change speak for themselves. I can’t imagine why an illuminati cabal member would recommend local banking, taking corporate money out of politics, ending the fed, and creating independent schools, where the curriculum is determined by the local communities."