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The War on Whistleblowers - Sibel Edmonds on GRTV

10/11/20110 Comments

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Why Would People Lie About Climate Change? - Questions For Corbett #033

12/16/2016146 Comments

In this edition of Questions For Corbett James (and Sibel Edmonds of answer your questions on Iran/CIA connections, climate change duplicity, whether the conspirators think they can survive their own conspiracy and much more. Also, James answers that age-old question: why do Hollywood movies suck so much these days?

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Three Days of the Condor - FLNWO #34

04/19/201619 Comments

On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order we talk to Sibel Edmonds of about the 1975 spy thriller, Three Days of the Condor. We explore the context of the film's release, the possible CIA involvement with the production itself, and what the film's ambiguous ending tells us about the nature of the deep state and the media's role in covering it up. We also discuss the future of Newsbud.

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Leap of Faith - FLNWO #13

03/18/20140 Comments

In this month's edition we talk to Sibel Edmonds of about "Leap of Faith," the 1992 Hollywood flick starring Steve Martin. We talk about conmen and suckers, how and why people allow themselves to get fooled, and how the movie exposes (and reinforces?) the power of belief.

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Interview 793 - John Young Breaks Down the Snowden/NSA Saga

12/17/20130 Comments

John Young of joins us to discuss the Snowden/NSA affair, and how it is being reported by Glenn Greenwald and others with access to the documents. We discuss the way in which the documents are being released, Greenwald's new journalist venture with billionaire Pierre Omidyar and major book publishing deal, Sibel Edmonds' recent series of articles on these connections, and the layers of smoke and mirrors in this ongoing game of cloak and dagger.

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Interview 791 - Jimenez/Secker/Corbett Roundtable on Greenwald, Amazon, Gamers

12/14/20130 Comments

On this edition of Traces of Reality Radio: Tom Secker, James Corbett, and Guillermo Jimenez connect for the first of a (potential) series of “roundtable” discussions and future (yet to be named) supercast. In this edition we cover a wide variety of topics, ranging from the Sibel Edmonds article(s) challenging Glenn Greenwald, Greenwald’s response, Journalist vs. Source, Amazon drones, Anonymous, the video game industry, and a whole lot more.

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Interview 605 - James Corbett on A Fireside Chat

02/17/20130 Comments

James Corbett joins Lance White of "A Fireside Chat with Zany Mystic" to discuss the economic collapse, the secret government, the matrix of control, Sibel Edmonds on Gladio B, and much more.

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Corbett Report Radio 247 - Nightly News and Classified Woman

10/27/20121 Comment

Tonight James continues Boiling Frogs Post week on the program with a look at the Nightly News round-up from last night featuring news and information from those parts of the globe that the corporate media would rather pretend didn't exist. James also reads an excerpt from Sibel Edmonds' recently published memoir, Classified Woman, detailing her remarkable story uncovering and trying to blow the whistle on the endemic corruption, cover-up and spying that is taking place in the heart of the FBI's Washington Field Office.

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Interview 494 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato


This week on the New World Next Week: the DHS hacks into video game systems in the name of hunting terror boogeymen; the FBI illegally tries to block Sibel Edmonds from publishing her blockbuster memoir; and the UK government begins contemplating chemical weapons for riot control.

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Corbett Report Radio 001 - Outrage and Conviction

11/01/20110 Comments

On the first-ever edition of Corbett Report Radio, James Corbett introduces himself and his work, including the formula that motivates him to keep going: outrage and conviction. We also take calls from around the world and read through a "Halloween editorial" from Sibel Edmonds.

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