Thank you, Foster, for sharing this wonderful conversation.
Here are Foster’s wife, Kimberly’s words about it:
One of my favorite things is to listen to people who disagree discuss hot topics respectfully. It makes me think for myself. But it’s harder to come by than you might imagine. Not that there is any shortage of hot topics.
What’s challenging is finding passionate, informed people who are willing and able to join in sincere, open-minded dialogue with those who have a different opinion. More common is finding a group lambasting those with whom they disagree, or engaging in a way that is not respectful. So it was a breath of fresh air and inspiration for me to tune in to the diverse panel that Sacha Stone put together to discuss what’s happening with global surveillance, global finance, and more.
Is Washington still calling the shots or turning into a lame-duck in the world of global finance? How does public school biometric data collection impact people’s right to protest anonymously? I just loved hearing an inside whistle-blower from the Reagan Administration, Paul Craig Roberts, join Noam Chomsky, a self-proclaimed “socialist/anarchist” pundit from MIT, along with Max Igan, an Australian conspiracy analyst, Pippa King, child-privacy advocate, Gerald Celente, an internationally-acclaimed futurist known for predicting the fall of the Soviet Union and the 2008 economic collapse, and Foster all share their different perspectives with regard, and appreciation.
This is the kind of dialogue that can inspire your own critical thinking. Whether you take it all in at once, or spread out over several listenings, I encourage you to tune in and experience the exhilaration of what it feels like to be a part of a true discovery process.
Besides Sacha Stone, the other key catalyst for this event was Paul Seils.
For me, this is an outstanding collection of wonderful minds who are examining the issues about why the world is the way it is (not something they all agreed upon) and, more importantly, looking to take action to change it for the better; to see it set free from those who control it from behind the scenes, a control those most committed to seeing it change (Foster Gamble through his Thrive Movement initiative and Sacha Stone through the Humanitad Foundation and the International Tribunal for Natural Justice are working very hard to move beyond. I found great resonance with the views expressed by Sacha Stone, Paul Seils and Max Igan in particular, and if you have not witnessed Sacha Stone’s intelligent, informed, erudite delivery, invest the time to witness it in this symposium, and witness how some of the world’s great minds are recognizing how our world works and seeking to do something about it.
Become one of those who sees the world for how it really is.