THRIVE II: This Is What It Takes

COVID-19 is a Tale told by an Idiot, Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying Nothing.

 

William Shakespeare, if he had been alive in 2020

Foster and Kimberly Gamble have made a superb sequel to the THRIVE movie, and they premiered their much-anticipated film globally on September 26th, 2020. You will get the most out of THRIVE II if you have also seen the first film which was released online for free in 2011. In this very timely follow-up, the Gamble's present the results of their investigation into the most promising solutions in energy, health, consciousness, and non-coercive societal structures, that can and will make the planet and its inhabitants truly thrive if these solutions are made available on a global scale. They also show which institutions are going to extreme lengths to try to prevent this from happening.

You can watch THRIVE II online on THRIVEOn.com for a very small price and in case you're wondering, No, I don't get a fee for promoting the film. Compared to the small fortune that was spent on creating these 2 feature-length films, $12,09 (incl. tax) really isn't a lot to ask for a 72-hour online rental and I strongly encourage you to watch it. 

You can either spend 2,5 hours watching, reading, and/or listening to the garbage that is being spewed by the mainstream media (..which actually goes on 24/7), OR you can spend 2,5 hours engaging your mind in some truly inspiring, highly informative and uplifting information. The choice, as always, is yours and this is the trailer of THRIVE II to help you decide.

The Corporation

Created on Wednesday, 25 March 2009 18:45

‘The Corporation’ is an award winning 2003 Canadian documentary about the modern corporation. Its main thesis is that the modern business world will do anything, regardless of morality, to make money.

The film examines the nature, evolution, impact and future of the modern business corporation and the increasing role it plays in society and our everyday lives.

The Money Masters

Created on Wednesday, 25 March 2009 18:39

The Money Masters (1995) discusses the topics of money, debt, taxes and their development throughout the modern world. It criticizes the control aspects of modern centralized banking systems and regulation. The film uses as evidence the history of money and banking, showing the viewer how central banks came to be what they are today and how they operate.

It supports its assertions by references and quotations from past Presidents and major players in the banking industry. The documentary was released in 1995 and the film still has considerable popularity, gaining interest from an audience first introduced to this subject through other documentaries such as Zeitgeist.

The powers of financial capitalism had a far-reaching plan, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole…

 

Their secret is that they have annexed from governments, monarchies, and republics the power to create the world’s money….

 

– Prof. Carroll Quigley renowned, late Georgetown macro-historian

Big Bucks, Big Pharma

Created on Wednesday, 28 July 2010 20:38

Big Bucks, Big Pharma – Marketing Disease & Pushing Drugs (2004) pulls back the curtain on the multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry, to expose the insidious ways that illness is used, manipulated and in some instances, created, for capital gain.

 

Focusing on the industry's marketing practices, media scholars and health professionals help viewers understand the ways in which Direct-To-Consumer pharmaceutical advertising and promotion to doctors glamorizes and normalizes the use of prescription medication. Combined, these industry practices shape how both patients and doctors understand and relate to disease and treatment.

 

Ultimately, Big Bucks, Big Pharma challenges the viewers to ask important questions about the consequences of relying on a for-huge-profit industry for their health and well-being. The viewer needs to be aware of the fact that to the pharmaceutical industry disease is ultimately a good thing…  It's their only source of income and reason for existing.