THRIVE – THE MOVIE DEMONSTRATES THAT THE GLOBAL ELITE ARE MOVING TO CONTROL ENERGY, FOOD AND MONEY – WORLDWIDE!!
THRIVE 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.
The movie covers the following areas . . . and more
~Science of the Universe
~Global monopolists and their corporatocracy
~Money mechanics – real facts not taught in school
~Federal Reserve and structured economic collapses
~The power structure of the ruling ‘elite’ (scum of the earth)
~The End Game: Global Domination
Full Feature: Thrive – The Movie (2 hr 8 min)
Thrive – The Movie features some really great people:
Catherine Austin Fitts, website Solari; David Icke, author The Biggest Secret; Deepok Chopra; Ed Griffin, author Creature from Jekyl Island; Bill Still, producer The MoneyMasters; and Nassim Haramein, The Resonance Project and Crossing the Event Horizon
Nassim is not a product of our ‘orthodox’ controlled educational system. He is a self taught genius in physics. While his video series Crossing the Event Horizon will be a challenge for many to understand, ALL who watch it will most certainly learn something from it: that the universe is far more amazing than we were taught in school.
DOES THE “SMART GRID” HAVE THE SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM PROBLEM?
by Ken Maize, MasterResource.org
June 19, 2009
However politically incorrect my conclusion, I’m convinced that the “smart grid” is not smart and even dumb. It diverts attention from what is a more important objective–a strong grid. And it politicizes in the very area where we need more consumer-driven, free-market incentives.
Following the Northeast grid collapse of 2003, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) popped out the smart grid concept, largely the brainchild of then EPRI’s CEO Kurt Yeager. The blueprint was for an interconnected intelligent network reaching from the generating station to your toaster, able to talk up-and-down the line, matching supply and demand seamlessly.
Sounds cool, but doesn’t stand up to analysis in my judgment.
Where Did ‘Smart Grid’ Come From?
The idea of a smart grid has been laying around in bits and pieces for many years. I recall visiting Southern California Edison (SEC) in the 1980s where a group of us energy reporters visited the utility’s “smart house.” It kinda reminded me of the Betty Furness advertisements for Westinghouse kitchens when I grew up in Pittsburgh in the 1950s and 1960s. SCE assured us that the smart house, connected to the utility over phone lines (this was pre-World Wide Web) and through radio signals, would dominate home construction in the coming years. (Enron would have a ‘smart house’ a decade later to awe visitors to 1400 Smith Street in Houston, but that’s another story.)