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Syriana is a rarity in the land of Hollywood fluff and schlock; a political thriller that revolves around plot and character, not car chases and explosions. The movie pushes the boundary of mainstream moviemaking, with no clear good guys, no easy answers and no happy ending. But for all its complexity, does the story fall back on liberal establishment narratives of “blowback” and “corruption”? In this edition of the Film, Literature and the New World Order series, we examine the roots of Syriana in the experiences of ex-CIA agent Bob Baer, and unpack this sophisticated example of second order propaganda.
We are told a certain tale about the story of Ayman Al-Zawahiri, Osama Bin Laden’s right-hand man and the inheritor of the Al Qaeda operation…but we are not told everything. Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we go in search of the real Ayman Al-Zawahiri and uncover some surprising connections.
As Hollywood attempts to burnish J. Edgar Hoover’s legacy, The Corbett Report peers into the FBI’s closet to rummage around its skeletons. From its illegal wiretaps and cointelpro campaigns to crime lab fraud and phoney terror busts, we cover all the bases in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report.
As one of the most startling admissions of a decades-long program of officially-sanctioned false flag terror, Operation Gladio remains a woefully under-reported piece of the War on Terror puzzle. Today we go behind the trite summarizations of this program to look in-depth at the program, its roots, and how it is continuing to operate right through to the present day.
While statists across America (and around the world) were celebrating the inauguration of Obama last weekend, anti-statists celebrated a festive occasion of their own: the 205th birthday of Lysander Spooner. Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we explore the life, works, and thought of Lysander Spooner, lawyer, entrepreneur, Deist, abolitionist, freethinker, and one of the giants of the American anarchist tradition.
In the inaugural edition of this Film, Literature and the New World Order series, we examine The Call of the Wild, the 1903 novel by Jack London. Joined by Aaron Franz of TheAgeofTransitions.com, we examine the book in relation to eugenics, social Darwinism, and the possibility of breaking our social conditioning. Aaron also reveals the author’s connection to the Bohemian Grove.