Natalie-Marie Hart Interviews Foster Gamble about his movie Thrive



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.