Short Version: “I retired from corporate America in my early 30’s, after a short but very successful career when I became a corporate whistle blower in 2004 (under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act) and representing myself in court. Once you come face to face with some major flaws of our society, you can’t un-see such flaws, and I felt compelled to learn about how to resolve the injustice I witnessed.
Since then, I have dedicated my time and invested my efforts to collecting the best and rarest artifacts and evidence which illustrate this ongoing corruption of justice – whereby I then create and develop solutions to provide individuals with Cognitive Liberty.
I teach Intellectual Self-Defense, Methods for Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving skill sets to autodidacts (those who have the desire for self-learning).
As I widened my perspectives, I discovered a stream of systematic control systems permeating our society – within that stream there is a current of corruption adversely affecting hard-working folks in the middle and lower classes.
People are being dumbed-down, and the thieves of freedom are plundering the production of those who are too ill-informed to protect themselves intellectually from such schemes.
I see Freedom as being composed of three primary ingredients: Non-Aggression, Physical Self-Defense, and Intellectual Self-Defense, and I create media to educate and inform those who seek to understand how our world really works.” – Richard Grove
Richard Grove is an American conceptual artist and forensic historian who frames his groundbreaking research into epic multimedia productions to educate his audience.
Richard bases his art-of-information compositions upon the thousands of hours of research he’s done into the history of Liberty and Freedom in the Western world.
In 2015 his work was viewed by individuals in 186 countries, proving that his findings are both relevant and meaningful to people around the world.
Richard’s podcast, The Peace Revolution, is consistently ranked #1 in Higher-Education by PodOmatic, and provides listeners with a world-class education which no university on the planet can afford to provide. With many episodes ranging from 10-20 hours of content, Richard provides a broad and deep record of evidence which contradicts what we’re taught in school, illustrating how to free ourselves from the illusions which bind our freedom.
Richard’s work as a forensic historian focuses on the artifacts and evidence of the agenda known as the New World Order, originating with the Last Will and Testament of Cecil Rhodes to create a Secret Society whose sole aim was world domination by way of re-integrating America into the British Empire.
Richard recently wrote the Foreword for Sean Stone’s book “New World Order: A Strategy of Imperialism” (2016), based on Stone’s 2006 Princeton American History thesis.
In 2003, Richard Grove filed for federal whistleblower protection under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. He soon discovered that the court system, SEC, and corporate media worked together to block the public from hearing about whistleblower testimony; representing himself in court against a multi-billion-dollar international corporation, as detailed in the film 20/20 Hindsight: CENSORSHIP on the Frontline.
After representing himself in a multi-year court battle, he discovered that he was an honest player in a rigged game, at which point he invested his time and interests into digging into the underground history of America to discover how our freedoms were being undermined.
In 2006, he released on mp3 a 2-hour public disclosure “Project Constellation: A Message to the Future of America”, which pointed out the myriad contradictions in public beliefs of American history and how individual liberty was being systematically deteriorated.
What may have sounded like conspiracy “theories” in 2006 (Data-Mining and Spying on Citizens, The Planning of Financial Catastrophes, NSA/Google, and Corporate Media partaking in the demolition of our civil liberties), proves today to be relevant and verifiable historical facts related by Richard during his public disclosure via Project Constellation, and evident in his continued productions ever since.
Since then, Richard has created more than 500 hours of educational and informative media productions, in audio, video, and film formats, including a comprehensive conscious curriculum to teach individuals methods for learning anything and everything for themselves (a.k.a. “The Peace Revolution Podcast”) to re-ignite self-reliance and restore individual liberty through self-education.
Some of his more powerful publications include:
The History Blueprint (2006-Present) an internet based interactive visual model in the form of a network diagram, connecting 10,000 points of knowledge related to the history of the New World Order agenda; showcasing 40,000 interconnections between the events, persons, and artifacts of evidence related to this topic.
The Deep End: Dive Into Consciousness (2015-Present) a subscribers-only episode-based video series of discussions juxtaposing history to current events, using evidence which goes far beyond what corporate media provides.
State of Mind: The Psychology of Control (2013 documentary co-written by Richard Grove and co-produced with Free Mind Films; distributed by InfoWars, featuring G. Edward Griffin, Alex Jones, Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, Richard Grove)
History… So It Doesn’t Repeat (2013-2015 video series)
“Black 9/11: Money, Motive and Technology” (2012 by Mark Gaffney), which features the testimony of Richard Grove, as introduced into evidence during his trial as a whistleblower.
The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto (2012) a 5-hour documentary exposing the foundations of American schooling
The Peace Revolution Podcast (2009-Present)
9/11 Synchronicity Podcast (2006-2009) presenting contradictions of the official story of 9-11
Project Constellation (2006) detailing Richard’s whistleblowing and research observations.
In 2013, ten years after blowing the whistle, Richard was nominated by author G. Edward Griffin to be listed in the Freedom Force International Hall of Honor.
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