Author Archive for Corbett

Sneaking Up On The Big One-Oh

05/13/201778 Comments


Yes, June 1st, 2017 will mark the 10th anniversary of The Corbett Report. And yes, it’s kind of a big deal for me, as you might imagine. I haven’t decided how to mark the occasion yet, but I do want to hear from you: How did you find the site. What were your impressions at the time? Did it change your perceptions? What does it all mean? Send me your feedback (along with whatever name you want used on air) and you might be featured in my 10 year birthday bash! Oh, and I’ll be presenting at the Red Pill Expo in Montana next month via Skype (details below).

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Globalization 2.0, Bitcoin Prison, Homeless Tracking – New World Next Week

05/12/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: China revs up globalization 2.0 at silk road summit; Florida passing law to imprison bitcoin launderers; and the Big Apple is rolling out new tech to track the homeless.

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Interview 1275 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

05/11/201773 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: China revs up globalization 2.0 at silk road summit; Florida passing law to imprison bitcoin launderers; and the Big Apple is rolling out new tech to track the homeless.

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What Are You Going To Be When You Grow Up?

05/08/201727 Comments


Back when we were in school we heard the question a million times: “What are you going to be when you grow up?” Some of us had an answer, others were undecided, some had no idea. But we all assumed that the question could be answered. That whatever career we chose already existed. But in a world where technological and societal change means our children’s future jobs likely don’t exist yet, what does that say about the ability to “manage” or “direct” the “economy”? What if I told you that no one could direct the economy, and that that was a good thing? What if I told you that the greatest trick the ruling class ever pulled was getting us to believe we need them in the first place?

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How the Government Predicts The Future – Inside the “Sentient World Simulation”

05/06/20177 Comments


What if this data, our emails, our phone calls, our credit card transactions, our social media posts, our cell phone GPS logs, and all of the hundreds of other pieces of data that are admittedly being collected on us every day, were being fed into a database so gargantuan it contains a digital version of every single person on the planet? And what if that database were being used by the Department of Defense to war game various scenarios, from public reactions to natural disasters to the likelihood of civil unrest in the wake of a declaration of martial law? Remarkably, this is precisely what is happening.

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While You Weren’t Looking the Globalists Just Passed A MAJOR Trade Deal

05/06/201725 Comments

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Mir-ror Payments, False Flag Refugee, Taxing Tweets – New World Next Week

05/05/2017

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Interview 1274 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

05/04/201758 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Russia rolls out its Visa/Mastercard alternative; it’s Gladio B redux as a German soldier is caught posing as a refugee to stage terror; and the Austrian government tries to tax internet activity like searching, tweeting and liking.

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Interview 1273 – Newsbud Launches New Funding Drive

05/03/201760 Comments

Sibel Edmonds and Spiro Skouras join us today to discuss Newsbud.com‘s third round of Kickstarter funding. We discuss the amazing team they’ve managed to put together for Newsbud over the last year and what they hope to accomplish with the next round of funding. We also delve into different funding models for the alt media and how non-advertisement based, non-foundation funded media can exist in the current economy.

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What’s On Your Bookshelf? – #Q4C

05/02/2017


Is it possible to mind control an assassin? Is overpopulation hysteria justified? How would a free society cope without police? Find out the answers to these and other listener questions as James gives you a tour of his bookshelf.

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