The Gutenberg Revolutions


The Gutenberg press was the catalyst for the Renaissance and the Reformation, but it shaped what we communicated as much as how we communicated. What, then, to make of the electronic global village of our modern Gutenberg revolution? Are we on the cusp of a new Renaissance, or will this technology only further degrade a culture already in decline? The promise of the Internet: Library of Alexandria or Library of Babel?

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Censorship in the 21st Century

06/19/201739 Comments

From search algorithm fine-tuning to social media shadow banning and filter bubble traps, this ain’t your granddaddy’s censorship. Join James for this thought for the day as he explores censorship 21st century style and what we can do about it.

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Amanpour Aleppo, Japan Anti-Conspiracy, Lemonade Shutdown – New World Next Week


This week on the New World Next Week: CNN/CFR FakeNews Amanpour is called out by Aleppo Boy’s father; Japan passes an anti-conspiracy law that criminalizes everyone; and an Ontario township defends its lemonade stand takedown.

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Think you know how to “End The Fed”? Take the #FedChallenge

06/13/201777 Comments

James Corbett responds to Jerry Day’s Federal Reserve challenge. If “End the Fed” is to be anything more than a mantra, then we must have a plan in place for how to actually end the fed and what we do after it’s gone. Find out James’ response in this edition of The Corbett Report.

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The Weaponization of Information in the War of Terror

06/12/201753 Comments

In the wake of London and Manchester, politicians around the world are trying to convince the public that the free flow of information on the internet is a terror threat. In reality, independent online media are exposing the real terrorists: the politicians and their deep state handlers who are funding, arming, aiding and enabling false flag terror. This is the GRTV Backgrounder on

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Reality Intercept_ed, False Flag Regulation, Forfeiting Seizures – New World Next Week


This week on the New World Next Week: A suspicious deep state leaker is arrested after her leak is intercepted by The Intercept; Britain turns to internet censorship after the latest false flag; and the Supreme Court strikes another blow against police theft.

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What We Didn’t Learn At Bilderberg 2017

06/06/201710 Comments

What do we know about the secret, behind-closed-door globalist soiree that was Bilderberg 2017 in Chantilly, Virginia? Only what the Bilderbergers told us, and we know they’re lying to us about who is in attendance so why should we trust them about anything? This year James breaks down what we were and weren’t told about what was happening at Bilderberg, and what other globalist conferences might be worth keeping our eye on.

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State Department Spokesman Humiliated by Question About Saudi Arabia

06/03/201741 Comments

A journalist doing his job and actually asking an adversarial question is now officially such a shocking thing that State Department talking heads literally do not know how to respond to it. So this is what it looks like when a robot short circuits…

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A Decade of Dominance


10 years ago a lowly English teacher in a one room apartment launched a website no one knew about on a clunky old laptop. Today you know that site as “The Corbett Report.” Join James for this special 10th anniversary edition of the podcast as he reflects on the history of the site, and what is possible when a motivated individual with a passion is supported by a community.

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I See GREEN Light!

05/31/201754 Comments

The social engineers will tell you that green lights are blue or there are five lights when there are only four. They want you to repeat their lies. They want to break you down. Don’t let them. Say it with me: That is a GREEN light!

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