This week Marc welcomes forensic historian and documentary filmmaker Richard Grove of TragedyandHope.comand the Peace Revolution Podcast. Marc and Richard interweave through various topics including why Richard’s Penn State education was worthless, how skills he acquired in business gave him the freedom to become a corporate whistleblower, the importance of acquiring entrepreneurial skills and achieving greater cognitive liberty, and why he views the book “Tragedy and Hope”by Carrol Quigley as such an integral work.
Richard Grove’s work, as mentioned in the show:
- The Peace Revolution Podcast
- The History BluePrint
- IndieGoGo for Richard’s forthcoming book on the Rothschilds
- Richard Grove on Patreon
- “Project Constellation” – Richard’s first published audio as reference in the Patreon bonus segment
- The Ultimate History Lesson: A Weekend with John Taylor Gatto