Beyond the Drama: What REALLY Happened at the NATO Summit

12/08/201926 Comments

Unlike a lot of other North Atlantic Treaty Organization summits, you might actually have seen some mainstream news coverage of the group's 70th anniversary meeting that just wrapped up in London this week. But if you did see such coverage, it was probably limited to discussing the theatrics and fireworks surrounding the event rather than the meat and potatoes of the discussion itself and what it portends for the future of global geopolitics.

It's not hard to understand why this happens. The tabloid fodder of leaders insulting other leaders (both on and off mic) is both easier to understand and more entertaining than serious discussion of weighty geopolitical matters. But, as I recently pointed out on #PropagandaWatch, the most important information is often hidden under a cloak of bureaucracy and legalese.

So today let's explore what really happened at this week's NATO summit, and what it can tell us about the elitists' plans for their long-coveted New World Order.

In this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber, James looks beyond the tabloid headlines to discover what really happened at NATO's London summit.

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  1. Corbett says:

    Just came across this article from James Griffiths at CNN. They’re not even attempting to hide it:

    “A challenge from China could be just the thing to pull NATO together”

    • decti says:

      You will note however that the lot of them are upping their CONTRIBUTIONS.. JUST AS TRUMP W A N T E D…. art of the deal… and EXPLAINS THE AGGRAVATED HARPING… simple deal-o-nomics…. rotfl… ttyl

  2. mkey says:

    James, I’d like to point out a few minor errors with the text. “fireworks started started” and “there underlings”.

    Anyway, what I would like for “member state” fledglings to understand is that NATO is a failed military alliance that couldn’t handle a moderately vicious food fight in a high school somewhere. If not for lack of training and meaning, then due to bureaucracy. To even for a moments worth to entertain a thought that this organization can take on a nation of hundreds of millions is beyond insane. Even if these millions were consisting mostly in peasants would be completely off the goof gauge. These countries are not only very large geographically and well manned and womennd they are culturally, economically and historically braided into the fiber of many European failed nation states.

    Complete and utter lunacy. I’ll finish this off with a very appropriate video.

    Russia’s army at NATO’s doorstep

    Oh yes, big kudos to Serbia for holding out as long as they did. I’m sure sooner or later they’ll cave because incredible levels of corruption, but still.

    • ccuthbert2001 says:

      but you missed the WORST error:

      “First, let’s examine the policy shift on NATO’s two main enemies: Russia and China. Now, you and ME (?!?) and the rest of the world know that NATO…”

      I thought you were an English major. What the heck?

      • mkey says:

        Even if I were an English major does it mean I should have noticed all the mistakes only because I noticed some of them? Further to the point, are you one of those people who resent other people submitting minor corrections to other people’s work? If so, I’d sure like to understand what’s driving you.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Ccuthbert 2001, fluid is the Bacon English from Trinity, wilds of Dublin. Ner’ frg’t th’t.

        • manbearpig says:

          Can you imagine writing every day in English while living in ambient Japanese?

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            MBP, surrounded by all that sushi, maki rolls and wondering if he has a full set of sashimi? How in the world do you produce English in Le Mer du’Frances? I could hold out if I had enough French fries. Can you compare your expatriation linguistically to James? Just a little? Maybe.
            Who does the editing , translating and such. The human? Babel machine. Open source with or without the shock button? I might prefer the open source editorial board with out the schradermuncin HRS mmentioned in one of his earlier shares. I know its spelled differently but the meaning was the key. You gotta love those concept German terms in one word. There it is . ‘schadenfraude’

            • cstrouss1 says:

              I was surprised that a person living long term in Asia would still use the phrase “meat and potatoes” 😉

      • Corbett says:

        I was an English major. “You and me” is not incorrect:

        Frankly, I’m surprised you didn’t try to correct “because Trump” to “because of Trump.” Perhaps this video of mine has never been more relevant:

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Sounds like the title of your soon to be finished book.
          ” I was an English Major; Volunteer Anarchist Now ”

          Ner fgt tht!

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for the edits, mkey. Corrections made!

  3. mkey says:

    Regarding the Mark Steyn’s video in the recommended section, I see it has a note in the description about how Youtube appended a warning on climate change or whatever. I’ve seen this mentioned many times, but I have never seen it in action. Does anyone see that warning? I wonder what’s the parameter at play here to make youtube think I’m not worthy of their warning. Do they think I’m too far-gone lol

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      mkey says: “Do they think I’m too far gone?”
      ha!…maybe down the rabbit hole.

      On the YouTube description it says:
      [UPDATE: The ever more insecure commissars at Global Thought Control Inc have appended a Warming Warning up above. Enjoy a good giggle at their touchiness: No doubt excess laughter adds to climate change; everything else does.]

      I did not see the ‘Warming Warning’ neither, but I once saw it on another video.

  4. Ukdavec says:

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  5. Ukdavec says:

    24 contrarian ideas for how the 2020s may evolve from DeutscheBank

  6. Ukdavec says:

    Saxo ‘experts’ make 10 Outrageous Predictions for the year ahead.

  7. Ukdavec says:

    Latest episode of @GoldmanSachs Top of Mind – discusses what should happen with fiscal policy now that interest rates are low across the globe and monetary policy is close to exhausted.

  8. Duck says:

    Hmn.. listeing to the talk on the bell curve and to be honest it makes perfct sense that a guy with an IQ of 80 isnt as liable to get the same tec job a guy with a test showing 120 BUT in a true free range enviroment nature takes its course and people will succeed or fail depending on many factors. Evolution in action.
    Its also pretty silly to imagine that IQ is TOTALLY enviroment based- its just shoe horning the Tabula Rasa image of humankind into a modern theory- the notion that we are all interchangeable and identical is the toxic- almost industrial product- idea the people in charge love to push on people.
    I can tell you that if I buy a labrador its almost certain to be smarter then my corgi… even if I bring them up in the same house.

    Honestly IQ aside why would anyone desire taxation be taken to fund low income low education single mothers…or anyone else for that matter?
    Single mothers and disrupted homes are the single most socially destructive force statistically speaking, IQ education and income have far less effect on a kids life outcome then coming from a broken home- the welfare state incentives are terrible for people just as the Moynihan Report kinda warned before the current disaster hitting now people of all races.
    I know I saw family (pretty smart people) destroyed by a steady stream of free money allowing them to ignore the inmidate effects of their poor choices.

    To be honest Dr Duton ‘the jolly heritic’ makes a pretty good case for these ideas even if he is rather ….. excessive in his take
    oh well.. 1h20 min left

    • Duck says:

      oh…Spelling Dr DuTTon….finished listening and while the guy does pull up plenty of arguments against the book his slant sounds to be the opposite that environment is all and that we should use social policy to ‘fix’ it… which is usually just as destructive and as much of a power grab as Eugenics is.
      Yu can easily argue that we are creating an environment that is DISgenic and makes the next generation of poor more prone to social ills that need expensive fixes.
      Welfare and social intervention has if anything created a MORE dependent class of poor people which is easily just as large as it was before.
      Far better to keep that power out of government hands and let charity,community and church take care of the deserving poor but if anything we are accelerating towards the opposite side which wont end well.
      Only commenting because someone else recommended I watch the vid too

  9. Ian Davis says:

    Hi James ‘n all.

    I think you may have under estimated what EU Defence Union is and have possibly been misguided by the “EU Army” canard. This is the term used basically to dismiss criticism of EU Defence Union. Also it is not correct to suggest the UK are outside of EU Defence Union (cited video). In many respects it is largely a British deep state concept.

    There’s an excellent timeline of EU Defence Union here.

    Recently former EU Special Representative Federica Mogherini announced that EU Defence Unification was a reality (bluff and bluster accepted) and demonstrated the EU’s commitment to a “multilateral, cooperative New World Order.”

    Rather than an EU army EU Defence Union is the unification of individual sovereign state military, including “third nation state partners” UK in other words. It is the consolidation of all European (EU and non EU “partners”) military industrial complexes, intelligence and procurement under the single point command and control of the ‘unelected’ EU.

    It’s a giant corporate feeding trough (privatised procurement)or a Bank (ECB) with it’s own defence capability. It isn’t just defence either it also means ‘security’ and the EU’s definition of that includes policing, public health and ‘vital infrastructure.’

    People like Nigel Farage have been claiming that it opposes NATO, but NATO (certainly Staltenberg) have been onboard since the beginning.

    What is more concerning is that the EU are making noises about military intervention in the Sahel region of Africa. Russia and China are already there. The potential for conflict is evident.

    Any hoo thought I’d leave this here.

    Keep up the excellent work.

  10. alexandre says:

    Just a curiosity.
    “I … intend to designate Brazil as a major non-NATO ally or even possibly, if you start thinking about it, maybe a NATO ally,” Trump said.

    Yes, if you think about it long enough, Brazil moves to the North Atlantic.

    “Non-NATO ally”. A special status that can “give Brazil preferential access to the purchase of US military equipment and technology”.

    For the purpose of….? Ah yes, defense. I forget.
    Defense from…? Ah, terrorists, got it.

    Thank God I ain’t Brazilian. I was just born here.

    • alexandre says:

      But fortunately…

      “Trump’s proposal of making Brazil a NATO ally is concerning for a few reasons. First and most obviously, it raises the question of whether the Commander in Chief of the world’s most powerful military understands what the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is.”

      • alexandre says:

        After all we already have a …..SATO?

        Now…see this:
        1950s. Has never been set up.”

        So … a South Atlantic Treaty Organization that has never been set up in the 50s. Parse that!

        Or were they just thinking about it?

        To “protect West interests in the region”. Of cough.
        Hey, there’s a pdf there with an unclassified document with the thesis (so it’s just a thesis) composed by (general?) Luiz G.S. Lessa, with distribution to US agencies only – Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 1982(?), approved by two LTCs and a MAJ, wouldn’t you know, and dedicated to his father “who in his simplicity, wisdom and profound understanding of the human nature taught [him] the best lessons of life”.

        I think we have to rethink the military. Maybe they are actually loving human understanding wise simple fellows that want the best in life for everyone, who unfortunately acquired this negative image of psychotic blood loving flensers who play football with torsos of fresh killed babies for some reason.

  11. senge says:

    This is getting spooky:

    I’ve read Illuminatus in my twenties and considered it somehow ironically as my new bible.

    One of it’s recurring themes are synchronicities.

    Right now, after many years, I’m rereading it and all the while I think to myself, that I gotta ask James, if he would choose it for the “Film, Literature and the new world order”series.

    And now bam: fnord!

    James, you gotta do it! Please talk about Illuminatus!

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