Saturday, November 12, 2011

About Foster Gamble

About Foster Gamble
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The Thrive Documentary is the brain child of Foster Gamble, co-founder of  the California Alliance to Stop the Spray. CASS is  an organization consisting of health professional and individuals who share the dame common goal of opposing the treatment of residential communities with pesticides. 

Foster Gamble is a direct descendant of the later James Gamble,  Soap-maker and Founder of the U.S. consumer goods corporation, Proctor and Gamble.  Growing up in Cincinnati, Ohio, Gamble lived his childhood in a position of privileged and power where he attended elite private schools and attended his collegiate career at Princeton University.  Groomed to be a leader in the establishment Gamble chose a different path. 

As a young boy, Gamble had an inquisitive personality that led him to envision a world scenario of a universal energy source.  A lifelong journey in the pursuit of knowledge, Gamble involved himself in many intellectual subjects. Discontent with the current structure of power in the world and the massive global suffering, Foster Gamble set to make a documentary that unveiled the true reality of our existence in the 21st century.

I beg you to shed your doubts, perceptions and preconceived notions about this film. View it with an open mind and understand the implications of big brother and the consolidation of power.


Power to the People!

9 comments:

  1. A most intriguing and insightful documentary. Now, Where do we go from here? Could it be that the Occupy Wall Street in New York and Occupy in so many other cities are all a spontaneous response a connection with what He puts forth in his documentary "Thrive"? We're all in this together, we will prevail.

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  2. but why does he not address his current position regarding his family? does he accept money from them (and profit from the big pharma he says he is against) is he in any way affiliated with the company? why does he not talk about P & G more...

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  3. Recent radio interview answers some questions.

    http://worldwidetippingpoint.com/2011/11/the-thrive-movie-an-exclusive-interview-with-foster-gamble/

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  4. There are two typing errors in your bio that you should fix if you can. Although interesting points are raised, image is important as well. It assists credibility is all. And as far as attempting to redirect to how he's funded Anonymous, what real difference does it make if the message is valid? Everyone is funded by something and the question should be just "what do you do with your time here?" one can argue that even having a job is a sell out but not everyone can do without eating or shelter. Your questioning, Anonymous, sounds like you are trying to discredit him. Perhaps wanting the "power" and attention for yourself maybe? What are your motives for this questioning. Concentrate on the message, not the messenger. Christianity has issues with that as well, so you are not alone in focusing on a messenger instead. There is precedent and training already in place for that. One must question that motive as well.

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  5. Just listened to Foster on Coast to Coast. In his final remarks, he said the Constitution was devoloped by rich white guys. Is Foster an anti-white racist?

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  7. Hollywood TomfortasApril 16, 2012 at 6:18 AM

    Author John Robbins, Other Progressives Denounce ‘Thrive’
    The Santa Cruz–based author is joined by Deepak Chopra and others in a statement distancing themselves from the film.

    http://www.santacruz.com/news/2012/04/10/author_john_robbins_other_progressives_denounce_thrive

    from John Robbins:

    “We are a group of people who were interviewed for and appear in the movie Thrive, and who hereby publicly disassociate ourselves from the film.

    Thrive is a very different film from what we were led to expect when we agreed to be interviewed. We are dismayed that we were not given a chance to know its content until the time of its public release. We are equally dismayed that our participation is being used to give credibility to ideas and agendas that we see as dangerously misguided.

    We stand by what each of us said when we were interviewed. But we have grave disagreements with some of the film’s content and feel the need to make this public statement to avoid the appearance that our presence in the film constitutes any kind of endorsement.

    Signatories (in alphabetical order)

    Deepak Chopra

    Duane Elgin

    Amy Goodman

    Paul Hawken

    Edgar Mitchell

    John Perkins

    John Robbins

    Elisabet Sahtouris

    Vandana Shiva

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