Author Archive for Corbett

Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle” – FLNWO #35

05/31/20162 Comments

You’ve probably heard all about Upton Sinclair’s 1906 expose of the turn-of-the-century American meatpacking industry and the Chicago stockyards…but everything you’ve heard about it is wrong. The book wasn’t an expose of the meatpackers, the legislation it inspired served to help the industry it sought to punish, and Sinclair himself hated the end result of his book, which aimed for the heart and hit the stomach by accident. Join us for this month’s edition of the Film, Literature and the New World Order as we learn not to trust what’s on the label of mainline history.

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A Q&A On “Objective” Journalism

05/29/20163 Comments

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FBI Secret, Detroit’s Downfall, Saudi 9/11 – New World Next Week

05/27/2016

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Interview 1174 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

05/26/20163 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: the FBI fails to keep the lid on its biometric database; Detroit adds educational insult to chemical injury; and the Saudis say 9/11 was a US job.

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Tim Anderson Exposes the Dirty War on Syria

05/26/20160 Comments

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Interview 1173 – Tim Anderson Exposes the Dirty War on Syria

05/26/20163 Comments

Today we talk to Dr. Tim Anderson of the University of Sydney about his new book, “The Dirty War on Syria: Washington, Regime Change and Resistance.” From the Houla hoax to the chemical weapons false flag, Dr. Anderson rips the mask from the lies that have clouded the mainstream narrative of the Syrian war.

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Debate: Do Elections Change Anything?

05/24/2016

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Interview 1172 – The Newsbud Roundtable Debates Elections

05/23/201624 Comments

The BFP/Newsbud roundtable takes on the 2016 election. Can elections ever change the system? Does voting the lesser evil result in less evil? If voting isn’t the answer, what is? Join Sibel Edmonds, Peter B. Collins, Broc West and James Corbett for this heated discussion on strategy, tactics and ideals.

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Obama, Hiroshima, and the Politics of War Crimes

05/21/20168 Comments

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GCHQ Twitter, Kissinger Award, Nestle Wars – New World Next Week

05/20/2016

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