Diatala - Médiatala - Information - Désinformation - Archéologie - Sciences - Civilisations - Religions -Tout sur le Nouvel Ordre Mondial 911NWO.INFO - Il n'y a pas de Chemin vers la Vérité, la Vérité est le CheminMondialisation.ca:: Novopress.info – Agence de presse indépendanteLe blog de SuperNo | Jamais content, jamais d'accord, mais toujours prêt à le dire !Contre-Info – l'information alternativeLe Grand SoirGeorgia Kelly: Thrive: Deconstructing the FilmThere have been many screenings in the Bay Area of a privately produced film called Thrive. It is a long documentary, created in a New-Agey, pseudoscientific mode, which would be fairly innocuous if it were not masking a reactionary, libertarian political agenda that stands in jarring contrast with the soothing tone of the presentation. Foster Gamble, the creator and narrator of the film, is heir to the Proctor Gamble empire. One advantage of being wealthy is that you can make a film for which you choose the cast, director, producer, and staff. One of the disadvantages is that you end up working with people who won't challenge your ideas or politics. Certainly, progressives can find common ground with some of the stated goals of the film. Although Gamble thinks he is creating a political center where the right and left can join together, he proposes only libertarian solutions (e.g., voluntary education, voluntary taxes, and shrinking the government).