Foster Gamble

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"I have had a long-time passion for finding the pulse of what is really going on and exploring ways we can effectively support the shift to a world where all are free to thrive. Many people have asked that I share a blog with my investigations, reflections and recommendations going forward.

"To that end I am initiating THRIVE PULSE which will periodically cover my take on critical current events in areas like Energy, Science, the Global Domination Agenda, ET phenomena and the transition to a truly free society, as well as updates on THRIVE." [1]

Thrive - The Conspiracy Movie

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On April 10, 2012, that nine of the people interviewed in the film had signed a letter repudiating it and claiming that Foster Gamble misrepresented the film to them. These people were John Robbins, Amy Goodman, Deepak Chopra, Paul Hawken, Edgar Mitchell, Vandana Shiva, John Perkins, Elisabet Sahtouris, Duane Elgin and Adam Trombly. In the letter Robbins noted: "When I wrote Foster Gamble to voice my disappointment with many of the ideas in the film and website, he wrote back, encouraging me among other things to study the works of David Icke, Eustace Mullins, Stanley Monteith and G. Edward Griffin. These are among the people he repeatedly refers to in the movie as his “sources.” It is in these people’s worldviews that Thrive has its roots. I find this deeply disturbing. Here’s why…"[1]

The Praxis Peace Institute, a progressive think tank founded by musician and longtime political activist Georgia Kelly, issued a 56-page pamphlet entitled Deconstructing Libertarianism: A Critique Prompted by the Film Thrive. [2]

Associate Producer - Marshall Lefferts

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  1. thrivemovement Blog, organizational web page, accessed June 26, 2013.