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Anyone think the "Thrive Movement" is a scam?

 
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08/28/2012 01:17 PM
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FIRST OF ALL YOU DONT HAVE TO PAY TO VIEW THE DOCUMENTARY! I'VE WATCHED IT FREE 5 TIMES WITH FRIENDS.THEY ONLY ASK FOR AN OPTIONAL DONATION! THEN I BOUGHT A DVD SO I CAN SHARE WITH PEOPLE EASIER.

IF ANYONE CAN WATCH THRIVE AND THINK IT'S A SCAM GOD, HELP THEM!
IT'S DOCUMENTED, FACTUAL, AND PLAIN COMMON SENSE.
LOOK AT OUR WORLD. GET EDUCATED. THE THRIVE WEB SITE GIVES YOU ALL THE RESOURCES YOU NEED TO GET INVOLVED. IT COULDN'T BE MADE ANY EASIER.
HUMANS ARE MEANT TO BE HELPFUL AND CARING TO EACH OTHER, WE ARE EVOLVING BACKWARDS INSTEAD OF FOWARD. SOME GREEDY, DECEIVING PEOPLE IN LEADERSHIP ARE LEADING PEOPLE ASTRAY! ALL BECAUSE OF MONEY! THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL! IT'S OUT OF HAND AND IF "WE THE PEOPLE" DONT STOP IT. THE 1% WILL NOT ONLY SELF DESTRUCT THEMSELVES, BUT THE ENTIRE OF US. PEOPLE NEED TO WAKE UP. CAN'T WE READ THE SIGNS IN NATURE. IF ANIMALS ARE DYING DO TO LACK CARE FOR OUR ENVIRONMENT. WHAT MAKES ANYONE THINK IT WONT MAKE IT'S WAY TO HUMANS .(IT IS ALREADY HAPPENING BEFORE OUR EYES) WE ARE JUST ANIMALS OURSELVES. BUT THE ONLY ONES WITH THE POWER TO CHANGE THINGS. I SEE IT LIKE THIS UNLESS PEOPLE GET OUT OF THE LAZY ZONE AND STOP EXPECTING EVERYONE ELSE TO FIX IT. EVENTUALLY WE WILL ALL WATCH OUR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SUFFER AND DIE. LIKE MANY PROPHETS OF OLD PREDICT! UNLESS WE CHANGE IT! UNITED STATES ? REALLY! WHATS SO PROUD ABOUT AMERICA ANYMORE?
WE THE PEOPLE ARE BEING LIED TO, LOOKED DOWN UPON AS STUPID.
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF WE WERE ALL BRAVE INSTEAD OF COMPLAICENT. WHAT WOULD HAPPEN EVERY AMERICAN CITIZEN WHO IS STRUGGLING THROUGH THESE UNCALLED FOR HARD TIMES WOULD WAKE UP THEN STAND UP? THATS 99% OF US COMPARED TO THE 1% GREEDY POWER SEEKERS? HOW COULD THEY WIN? WE CAN FIGHT IN NON VIOLENT WAYS, ALTHOUGH GOD KNOWS WHAT ALOT OF US WOULD LIKE TO DO!
THE FACT THAT TRUTH IS TRUTH AND IF WE EXPOSE THE TRUTH THE SOLUTIONS WILL COME MUCH QUICKER ,STANDING UNITED AS A PEOPLE AND A RACE. I CAN'T FATHOM THE IDEA THAT A SMALL AMOUNT OF DISHONEST ,GREEDY PEOPLE ARE STEALING OUR VERY LIVELIHOODS AND LIVES RIGHT OUT FROM UNDER US AS WE ARE SLEEPING. IT'S HERE NOW SO LETS GO TO WAR USING OUR GOD GIVEN BRAINS AND CARING SOULS THAT LIVE WITHIN US.
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08/31/2012 02:05 PM
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I could only get through 1/3 of this train wreck video.
First, to consider Dr. Steven Greer as an expert who I feel is a total hypocrite. He is the biggest proponent of the big "D" (disclosure) yet he asks people to sign a NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT to go on his "UFO sighting excursions" in Joshua Tree and he has other affiliates across the US doing the same thing.

I'm convinced Greer will do anything for shameless self promotion.

This video has some truths and assertions but to mix it in with UFO contactee and disclosure nonsense loses complete credibility and requires a huge leap of faith if you expect the rest of the world to buy into this.

They should have kept on track with political and monetary issues but if that's all you want then help the Libertarians, god knows they need it.
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09/06/2012 05:11 AM
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Now here is something I did not see mentioned by anyone else yet. Could it be that the thrive movement is actually a collecting agency to gather data on people who would support such a movement and list them as undesirable for the future NWO? Enemies of the new state? Think about it.5a
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09/06/2012 04:20 PM
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the bright lights are demons
sun god
lucifer was the sun angel!
masons are devil worshipers and there is a lot of that symbolism in this film
yes i agree with the person who said this is all for the coming new world order
pray for discernment
pray for wisdom
pray for courage
READ YOUR BIBLE
Thilo
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10/04/2012 04:14 AM
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This discussion seems to be lead by conclusions based on inconsistent emotions rather than facts. I believe that distrusting erratic ups and downs inhibit a clear analysis of the situation and I personally find Kimberly and Foster Gamble very authentic, consistent and caring for each voice presented to them.

I also did contact their team a dozen times and by the great effort they put into responding to an individual like me, I am totally convinced that this is not some devious scheme to get our data. Some search engines may check out this discussions, but that is another issue, and I am not afraid at all to put my real name up here, because I stand for what I believe in.

People who constantly fear being checked upon when speaking out, do exactly what some fear-mongers with power want to see in us:
The ones, who are too paranoid to believe in anything anymore and are too scared to speak out, act out exactly that kind of brain-washed easy-to-rule citizen they themselves don't want to endup like.

My advice to all of you is: Relax into all new informations you get, regardless of how unsettling it is for you, and then consult your own inner voice, whether the form meets the content, meaning, if the way in which the information is presented and the people who did so do convince you through their hearts and personality.
And then go out and do your best to better the world :-)

As Jesus said: “You will know them by their fruits.”
Bless all of you, searchers.



By the way, there is a bug in this forum: After previewing ones comment the username is erased when posting the reply; which is probably why so many here end up posting incorrectly as an "Anonymous Coward".
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10/22/2012 06:52 PM
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It appears to be another pyramid scheme.
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11/01/2012 05:38 AM
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I watched Thrive, the movie and was inspired until I went to their web-site, Thrive Movement where everything costs money. Obviously Thrive is not a non-profit society that has a goal to change the word.
It looks like big business to me. They tell us in the movie to ask the big questions! My big question is how much money has Thrive taken in, where has it all gone. If this is genuine they are paying themselves an income and the rest is going into changing the world, feeding the starving, helping the homeless etc.
I was reading FAQ under Donations and the first question was from a person on disability saying they donated 1% of their monthly cheque, should they donate that every month. The answer was yes, you can not afford not too.
I am really disillusioned with them as they are not a non-profit trying to change the world. They are big business. My big question for Thrive, is how much money did you take in since the movie was debuted on November 11, 2011 and where has it gone?
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the fact that you have to worry about spending money to participate in something social is the point of the movement. The movie is a start, it gets you thinking outside the conventional perspective of the world around you. (p.s. I saw it for free on you tube,think about that!)
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It puzzles me. How can anyone come across as so sincere if they are not? Talking about cancer in the family? (go to NewScientist.com "Cheap, safe drug cures most cancers -- been following that since 2007) Yet, who could not forsee the marketing disaster of first tying results to alien visitation? Was that necessary? Why not start with: this technology is available, and is being suppressed? Are they covering the truth under a pile of unacceptable gobbledy-gook? It paints anyone interested as a nutcase, as the film itself admits (all those witnesses who say they can't share this info or everyone will think they're crazy - weren't they listening to themselves at all?) For much of what they say appears to be accurate. The notion, however, that having plenty would usher in an era of pure joy is a bit high-flown. When my kids were little, they used to fight over who got the greater volume of suds on their end of the bathtub. Who wins exactly what in that contest, except ephemeral bubbles? Yet, people love drama :) But, if real, the technology could get us "back to Eden". I've seen those plans on the Internet before. Why no box anywhere? I see this more as a way to get people Thinking..and talking. Could be good. Or could be a way to demonize the truth by surrounding it with b.s. peace
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I have been mulling this over and I think I smell a rat. I know that Mr. Gamble stated that he is a descendent of "those" Gambles and thus is co-owner of 1/2 the U.S. GDP, so I am not certain that I should trust anything that he says. I feel that he is a wolf in sheep's clothing and that this video is kind of a hail Mary pass for the illuminati. I have a distinct feeling that he doesn't really mean what he says and that the purpose of the video is actually promotion of the illuminati agenda as follows:

Step by step, in a totally non-crazy way (and without the reptiles), he calmly and logically took the viewer through the whole illuminati story. Start to finish he elucidated that we are lock, stock, and barrel fully controlled by the illuminati. He did this in a manner reminiscent of a really good sales job, in which the salesman gets the mark to answer yes at least 4-5 times in a row, building a rapport, and then the mark will be considerably less likely to answer the final question "NO". I feel that the goal of the film is to get the viewer to completely agree that the illuminati are firmly in control.

The solutions at the end are not very good, either. For someone who has such a sour view of banks, he pretty much said "Little banks are better than Big Banks," when in reality all the banks and credit unions are still under the control of the Fed.

He also said to participate in "Critical Mass Events" in which a huge amount of people will be participating. He implied that you should not do any sort of protest unless you have a million people at your back.

I agree wholeheartedly with the banning of GMO foods. For real, that stuff is not good for anybody, so that part is good.

The thing is, he did not say "Hey, my Granddads super-mega-corporation will no longer be endorsing, utilizing, growing, researching, funding, or otherwise supporting the GMO industry. We will also keep our hands and money out of the medical field and rfid chips and into toothpaste and razors and potato chips. Instead of all this harm, P&G is gonna have a coupon coming out for $10.00 off your next purchase of our free-energy device."

He is a part of one of the only corporations in the world big enough to pull off something like that. But he didn't do that. Ladies and Gentlemen, you have been had.
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I have been mulling this over and I think I smell a rat. I know that Mr. Gamble stated that he is a descendent of "those" Gambles and thus is co-owner of 1/2 the U.S. GDP, so I am not certain that I should trust anything that he says. I feel that he is a wolf in sheep's clothing and that this video is kind of a hail Mary pass for the illuminati. I have a distinct feeling that he doesn't really mean what he says and that the purpose of the video is actually promotion of the illuminati agenda as follows:

Step by step, in a totally non-crazy way (and without the reptiles), he calmly and logically took the viewer through the whole illuminati story. Start to finish he elucidated that we are lock, stock, and barrel fully controlled by the illuminati. He did this in a manner reminiscent of a really good sales job, in which the salesman gets the mark to answer yes at least 4-5 times in a row, building a rapport, and then the mark will be considerably less likely to answer the final question "NO". I feel that the goal of the film is to get the viewer to completely agree that the illuminati are firmly in control.

The solutions at the end are not very good, either. For someone who has such a sour view of banks, he pretty much said "Little banks are better than Big Banks," when in reality all the banks and credit unions are still under the control of the Fed.

He also said to participate in "Critical Mass Events" in which a huge amount of people will be participating. He implied that you should not do any sort of protest unless you have a million people at your back.

I agree wholeheartedly with the banning of GMO foods. For real, that stuff is not good for anybody, so that part is good.

The thing is, he did not say "Hey, my Granddads super-mega-corporation will no longer be endorsing, utilizing, growing, researching, funding, or otherwise supporting the GMO industry. We will also keep our hands and money out of the medical field and rfid chips and into toothpaste and razors and potato chips. Instead of all this harm, P&G is gonna have a coupon coming out for $10.00 off your next purchase of our free-energy device."

He is a part of one of the only corporations in the world big enough to pull off something like that. But he didn't do that. Ladies and Gentlemen, you have been had.
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Think of this the illuminati love to put things right in your face. Your right seems like a kirby sales pitch; I should know I was trained by kirby. See my guess is he all wants us to weeken ourselfs so when it is our time to fight (be it with god or not we will be too febel). Remember satan is out there to turn you away from god in any way; god even told me ahead of time not to watch. Remember babel? The end is near let's do it in jesus name, not zenny witch craft
wizkid need I say more
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Re: Anyone think the "Thrive Movement" is a scam?
Sounds like Zeitgeist new age crapola.
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what are you talking about the movie is free , I just watched it for free.