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Only Love Can Defeat the New World Order

11/09/201633 Comments

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Larken Rose on the Immorality of Voting

11/09/2016

rose-votingYour vote is statistically meaningless and will not sway the (s)election. Your vote is strategically meaningless and decides nothing about the future of the country. Your vote is useless, as the (s)election is rigged anyway. But as Larken Rose of LarkenRose.com reminds us, what really matters is that voting is immoral, legitimizing a system of authoritarian control and empowering the oligarchs who created the system and control its results.

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Japan and Russia Might End World War 2 Soon! – The Asia-Pacific Perspective

11/06/20160 Comments

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Broc West joins us once again for our ongoing look at news from across the Asia-Pacific. This time we cover: how countries across the Asia-Pacific are inching out from under the American umbrella; how the Japanese and the Russians may (or may not) be on the verge of formally concluding a WWII peace treaty; and Australia and Indonesia’s potential joint exercises in the South China Sea.

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You Are Being Programmed to Hate

11/03/20169 Comments

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With the world spinning into hatred and violence as the two most hated (s)election candidates of all time tell us to hate one another, one might almost think there is a coordinated effort to drum up outrage. And one would be right!

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Anthrax: The Forgotten Iraq War Lie

11/02/20161 Comment

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Although it is difficult to remember at this point, the anthrax scare of late 2001 was widely seen as a follow-up to the 9/11 attacks, and a sign of things to come at the dawn of the so-called War on Terror. It did not take long, however, for the neocons in the Bush administration to start insinuating that the anthrax scare was tied to their two favourite boogeymen: Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden.

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The Strange Case of Sirhan Sirhan

10/28/2016

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If a movie is based on a book that is based on a real experiment that later actually happens in real life, is it “real” or “fiction.” Join us today on The Corbett Report as we step through the looking glass in search of information about Sirhan Sirhan, the shooting of RFK, CIA mind control experiments, and the blurring of the line between real life and fantasy.

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The Corbett Report: Accept no substitutes!

10/27/20165 Comments

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If it ain’t linked from corbettreport.com, it ain’t me. Caveat emptor!

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Reef Doom, Media Conspiracy, American Fear – New World Next Week

10/21/2016

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This week on the New World Next Week: the green Chicken Littles continue with their enviro doom porn; a Newsweek journo is caught fingering US intel in Putin-Trump conspiracy story; and Americans fear their government more than anything else.

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From Anthrax to Iraq with Robbie Martin

10/20/2016

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Robbie Martin of AVeryHeavyAgenda.com joins us to talk about his research into the anthrax attacks of 2001. We discuss how false information claiming an Iraqi link to the attacks was sowed via the mainstream media and how the story largely disappeared when the anthrax traced back to the US government’s own bioweapons labs. We also update the case and talk about some of the legitimate suspects in the attacks.

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Being There – Film, Literature and the New World Order

10/19/2016

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Julian Charles of TheMindRenewed.com joins us this month to discuss Being There, the 1979 film by director Hal Ashby that follows the story of Chance the Gardener, a simple man with no experience of the outside world who is suddenly thrust onto the national political stage. Despite his complete lack of knowledge and experience (or precisely because of it) the powers behind the scenes float him as a potential candidate for next president of the United States. So is this a reflection of political reality, or broad satire? What does the movie tell us about the way modern media shapes the political landscape? Find out in this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order.

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