Did you know The Corbett Report is not on Facebook? Well, you do now! If you see someone on Facebook pretending to be me, maybe you can post this video on their wall or whatever. I don’t know how it works because I’m not on Facebook (in case you didn’t know).
It is no longer disputed that the CIA has maintained an extensive and ongoing relationship with news organizations and journalists, and multiple, specific acts of media manipulation have now been documented. But as long as the public continues to ignore the influence of intelligence agencies in shaping or even fabricating news stories, the agency will continue to be able to set the policy that drives the American war machine at will.
You know that feeling you get when you catch a glimpse of the future that we are being socially engineered to accept? Of course you do. We encounter it with more and more frequency in our everyday lives here on the cusp of the New World Disorder. Today James provides an example from everyday life here in Japan and asks for a word for that particular sense of unease we get when we encounter the thin edge of the social engineer’s wedge.
We all know Goldman Sachs is the very embodiment of evil…or do we? What is Goldman Sachs? What does it do? Where did it come from and where is it going, and is there anything that can be done to stop it? Buckle in for this edition of The Corbett Report where James dares to take on the vampire squid itself.
This week on the New World Next Week: To cut climate funding you have to find it first; a new bill would allow companies to force genetic testing of workers; and Portland’s anarchists take to the streets…to fix them.
Dr. Judith Curry, climate scientist and former chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech, joins us once again today to discuss her comprehensive new report, “Climate Models for the layman.” We discuss the history and purpose of climate modeling, their uncertainties, equilibrium climate sensitivity, and what we can or cannot learn from their study.
Let’s stop limiting our potential with -isms and pigeonholes. Let’s stop judging our neighbours by the labels we slap on them instead of the conversations we have with them. Let’s rediscover what it is to live in community with real people in the real world. Are you with me?