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|The problems are obvious: food safety scandals, the death of family farming, food supply insecurity, the revolving door between corporate lobbyists and government regulators, and many more. The problem should be equally obvious: rolling up our sleeves and getting in the garden. Join us today as we explore this simple, natural solution to one of our most fundamental problems.|
|In this wide-ranging conversation recorded with Gareth and Paul of YeomanTrust.org on January 8th, 2015, James Corbett discusses geopolitics, global government, anarchism, internet censorship, education, Fukushima and more. He also discusses the real revolutionary acts that can be taken by each and every one of us to begin detaching ourselves from the systems of control that are seeking to centralize, database and control the populations of the world.|
|The Greening Out Podcast chats to James Corbett about his new documentary Century of Enslavement: A History of The Federal Reserve. We get into the history of the Fed and central banking, economics, alternate currencies, the new world order, global governance, voluntaryism and a little bit of Scottish Independence.|
|Hardly a week goes by that we aren’t faced with some new outrageous piece of legislation from the increasingly tyrannical government. But once these bills have been passed, what can we actually do about them? What if stopping this legislation was as simple as saying “no”? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we explore the nullification solution, a long-repressed piece of political history that offers us a way out.|
On this special edition of The Corbett Report, James sits down with Broc West of APPerspective.net to discuss how to make your own media. In this wide-ranging conversation, James and Broc answer your questions on matters technical (software and equipment) and non-technical (processes and concepts) on the subject of creating media. Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we demonstrate the fact that making your own media is easier than you think.
In the 1970s, a strange psychological phenomenon was identified: in traumatic abduction situations, a certain percentage of the population is prone to falling in love with their abductors. But if we are living in a societal prison of the mind, then are there those who have fallen in love with their mental jailers? Find out more about societal Stockholm syndrome in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report.
James Corbett joins Joyce Riley of The Power Hour to discuss Fukushima, gold, the economy, and real solutions in this hour-long radio interview. James and Joyce also take listener calls on a wide range of subjects.