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Interview 1131 - Elaine Dewar on Maurice Strong's Cloak of Green

02/02/20168 Comments

In the early 1990s Canadian author, researcher and journalist Elaine Dewar had the chance to meet and interview Maurice Strong for her book, Cloak of Green: The Links between Key Environmental Groups, Government and Big Business. Today she joins The Corbett Report to discuss Strong's career and her discovery of the business and political interests behind the NGOs shaping the environmental movement.

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Meet Maurice Strong: Globalist, Oiligarch, "Environmentalist"

02/01/201610 Comments

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Maurice Strong is Dead

12/02/201518 Comments

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Absolute Zero: The Global Agenda Revealed

08/23/2021114 Comments

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The Best of The Corbett Report


A lot of people have asked me to post a "Best of The Corbett Report" list so people can get a handle on the vast amount of material in the archives. Although this list is necessarily partial and arbitrary, it provides a window into the type of work that The Corbett Report does and the vast range of topics that I cover.

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Why Technocrats LOVE The "Green New Deal"

02/16/2019165 Comments

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The IPCC Prepares to Release More Hot Air

10/07/201836 Comments

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The Strangest Documentary You'll Ever See

10/16/201785 Comments

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How Big Oil Steers the Environmental Movement

10/08/201736 Comments

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Episode 321 - Why Big Oil Conquered the World

10/06/2017142 Comments

The 20th century was the century of oil. From farm to fork, factory to freeway, there is no aspect of our modern life that has not been shaped by the oil industry. But as the "post-carbon" era of the 21st century comes into view, there are those who see this as the end of the oiligarchy. They couldn't be more wrong. This is the remarkable true story of the world that Big Oil is creating, and how they plan to bring it about.

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