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The Library of Babel – Film, Literature and the New World Order

08/15/2017


The universe is the internet is the library is the internet is the universe. Or is it? And if so, who are the librarians? And if we have all the information we can ever want, does that mean we have knowledge or wisdom? If not, how do we make it? Or who will make it for us? Join James this month for a Film, Literature and the New World Order examination of “The Library of Babel” by Jorge Luis Borges.

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The Library of Babel – FLNWO #27

06/16/201553 Comments

The universe is the internet is the library is the internet is the universe. Or is it? And if so, who are the librarians? And if we have all the information we can ever want, does that mean we have knowledge or wisdom? If not, how do we make it? Or who will make it for us? Join James this month for a Film, Literature and the New World Order examination of “The Library of Babel” by Jorge Luis Borges.

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We Need to Talk About Search

08/16/201980 Comments


Why does no one seem to understand the bigger picture of search algorithm manipulation. This isn’t about being able to work around search blacklists to find certain information, it’s about how we are being steered toward a future where we will not have control over search results at all. We will ask our computer oracles a question and we will get one pre-approved answer. This is the nightmare future we are stumbling into, and (almost) no one seems to get it.

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Meet James Corbett, Political Extremist!!! #PropagandaWatch

09/25/201884 Comments


Imagine you’re a high school student doing a homework assignment on the Federal Reserve. You go to YouTube and type in “Federal Reserve” in the search bar and find “Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve.” The horror! Luckily, you don’t have to worry about that, because now that MSNBC and Mother Jones have ganged up, it’s being scrubbed from the search results! Welcome to the world of soft censorship, folks!

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So You’ve Decided To Boycott Google…

10/13/201780 Comments


You’ve decided to boycott Google? Congratulations! That’s a great idea! But now, where do you go for alternatives? Are there any other search engines? Join The Corbett Report’s open source investigation into search alternatives as we explore the good the bad and the ugly of online filter bubbles.

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Interview 1294 – James Corbett on Declare Your Independence

08/24/20178 Comments

James joins Ernest Hancock on “Declare Your Independence” for their bi-monthly round-up of stories from across The Corbett Report universe. This time they discuss how everything old is new again as all the things James has been documenting for years finally starts to reach the public consciousness.

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How To Disappear Online

06/25/201747 Comments

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Daredevil – FLNWO #28

08/08/20155 Comments

With their new Netflix original series, “Daredevil,” the Marvel Entertainment juggernaut of recent years looks set to grow even bigger. But given that Marvel is now owned by Disney, and given the long history of comic books being used for propaganda, and given the documented ties between Marvel and the Pentagon, what kind of cultural conditioning is this series subjecting us to? Are we facing a tide of “propaganda of violence,” and, if so, how should we react to it? Join us in this month’s Film, Literature and the New World Order for an exploration of these issues with James Evan Pilato of MediaMonarchy.com

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Brazil – FLNWO #26

05/19/201527 Comments

Satire? Farce? Romance? Comedy? Documentary? Dream? Mundane reality? A subversive critique of the system, or merely more predictive programming of an inescapable tyranny? Join us on this month’s edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order as we attempt to answer the deceptively simple question: What is “Brazil”?

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Limited Hangout: Why The Osama Story is Being Resurrected Now

05/17/201516 Comments

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