Do YOU “Thrive” on information – that is totally off topic?

1 Aug

I know, I know…

This is an ISBU blog.

But recently, as I watch over my child as he recovers from yet another tumble…  I’m watching a lot of TV and DVDs. And as result, I recently watched a film sent to me by an RR Reader, who wanted “Ronin’s Reaction” to  it.

So… I’m taking a poll;

I was sent a film called “Thrive”,  a documentary that is designed by it’s creators to cause us to “wake up”…

Have any of you seen it?

Do you find it factual or do you find it full of conspiracies, lies and myths?

Is the truth somewhere in between?

While I found some of it hard to “swallow”, some of it rang true…

I’ll let you decide for yourselves;

(I warn you that this is a long “watch”  – at over two hours…)

The producers say:

If you value what is presented in this movie, please go to http://thrivemovement.com/ where you can support Thrive Movement by making a donation. You will also find more in-depth information on each of the subjects discussed in the movie, learn about Critical Mass initiatives supported by Thrive, and connect with others who are waking up and taking action.

Film Synopsis:
THRIVE is an unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what’s REALLY going on in our world by following the money upstream — uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives. Weaving together breakthroughs in science, consciousness and activism, THRIVE offers real solutions, empowering us with unprecedented and bold strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future.

Pass the popcorn!

Change image quality to HD and then hit the “fullscreen” button on the lower right of the movie window for easier viewing…

 

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2 Responses to “Do YOU “Thrive” on information – that is totally off topic?”

  1. observeandreport69 August 1, 2012 at 11:00 am #

    Please google: thrive + scam?
    See what comes up.

    Excellent report on the ceramic paint.
    Thanks,

    • Renaissance Ronin August 1, 2012 at 12:12 pm #

      I’m not sure that the “Thrive Movement” has anything at all to do with “Thrive Learning Institute”, based out of Utah, that you are referring to.

      White The Thrive Learning Institute appears to be a big scam…

      … the “Thrive Movement” is a documentary handled by a distribution company. From the Thrive Movement Website:

      “Topspin Media is our online retailer and they handle all sales, shipping, returns and customer service for our online store. Please email them directly at customersupport@topspinmedia.com or via https://app.topspin.net/account/help_public and they will provide assistance within 24 business hours.”

      IF you do know of a direct affiliation between THRIVE MOVEMENT and The Thrive Learning Institute, PLEAS notify me with links supporting that ASAP.

      Thanks for your comment.

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