Conspiracy Theorists Are Domestic Terrorists! - #PropagandaWatch

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The term "conspiracy theory" was weaponized by the CIA half a century ago. At first it was merely used to marginalize those who question government narratives. But now that weapon is being loaded and pointed at our heads. Can a "conspiracy theorist" false flag be far behind? James examines the new FBI document on conspiracy theorists as domestic terrorists in this important edition of #PropagandaWatch.

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  1. flammable says:

    It annoys the heck out of me when articles like that Yahoo one purposefully alter the conspiracy to make it obviously false. Where in any sources was pizzagate about children currently locked up in basement of a pizza restaurant?
    Just like chemtrails cospiracy is about mind control chemicals coming from all commercial airliners therefor chemtrails never happened.
    Every time I listen to someone who doesn’t believe in proven conspiracy theories they say stuff like this to argue against me.
    “Oh you believe in this crazy thing I completely made up and you never heard of. That means the conspiracy is not true.”

    • Duck says:

      If the accept that the world is run by conspiracy- which it is from the local town planner, to the church council, to the PTA, to the biggest Gov agency- then they enter a frightening world known as ‘real life’ where bad things can happen unexpectedly and unfairly and they need to expend thought on horrible things.
      Where as if their imaginary steak tastes good ‘….ignorance is bliss’
      lol… sorry for the matrix joke

    • Octium says:

      Yes, I even had one person tell me you can not believe what you read on the Internet and then procedded to tell me her IQ was 170…based on a test she did on the Internet.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Well over 10,000 comments on Yahoo.
    I don’t recall any articles on Yahoo which have received that many comments.
    This is an astounding number.

    And I have a “conspiracy theory”, that many of the comments are from trolls / sock puppets.

  3. Libertydan says:

    It looks like “The Corbett Report” has made it to the top of the “Shit List”.
    It should be considered an honor to be labeled a threat to the “National Security” of “The United States Inc./American Empire”.
    However, it is not fun to be at the top of a Shit List that makes you the target of the FBI, CIA, Israeli intelligence, World Banksters, and the like.
    It the Corbett Report were not making an impact (changing the world for the better), it would not be getting this much attention from the bad guys (elites that pull the strings)

  4. manbearpig says:

    So during a pizza dinner last night among friends the subject of China came up so I offered a remark explaining that it’s interesting to bear in mink that China had largely been built up through a transfer of technology and business to the country from the West and most notably the U.S..

    well…that was a show stopper. It was laughingly brushed aside with embarassed excuses about how I had a religion which was conspiracy theory. So I asked them what references they might suggest I look at that would explain their point of view on the subject but… nobody had any and the subject was quickly changed…

    Then, to my family, this Morning I evoked the FBI document that treats conspiracy theorists as censor-worthy terrorists

    and that Mr. Corbett suggested that the recent mass shootings were or might very well be blamed on conspiracy theorists

    well, they said that was paranoid thinking.

    So, just now I did a quick check typing “el paso shootings conspiracy theory” into the google bar and of course immediately got just that:

    “…Cloudflare Chief Executive Matthew Prince in a statement announcing the removal of 8Chan said he is concerned that it will have little effect. He noted that the Daily Stormer quickly came back online using a Cloudflare competitor and has “more readers than ever.”

    …“I have little doubt we’ll see the same happen with 8chanm” he said. “While removing 8chan from our network takes heat off of us, it does nothing to address why hateful sites fester online. It does nothing to address why mass shootings occur.”…”

    El Paso mass shooting is at least the third atrocity linked to 8chan this year

    wikipedia, the first link to come up when I type just “el paso shooting” has this in the top blurb:

    “…Police believe that the suspect published a white nationalist, anti-immigrant manifesto on the website 8chan immediately before the attack. The post cites inspiration from the Christchurch mosque shootings and refers to the white genocide conspiracy theory.[10][11][12][13]

    NYTimes has “8chan going dark” in its “what you need to know” paragraph at the beginning of the article

    and CNN has a whole “suspect wrote manifesto” section talking about 8chan.

    so clearly this is the angle: 3 birds with one stone, targeting: gun control of course, conspiracy theorist and finally making an inextricable link between gun owners and conspiracy theorists…

    I’d really like to give the last four (pessimistic) docs posted on the corbett report more thought and even analysis but

    I’m gonna have to run back to my family vacation now or run the risk of living up to my reputation as, GASP! a conspiracy theorist…


    disclaimer: I’d never heard of 8chan before and had heard very little about el pas shootings

    • manbearpig says:

      as an appendix to my passing comment in the moderation queue that was more about whining than contributing anything useful, I shall persist by saying that

      the words of astronaut Walter Cunningham come to mind when describing the dilemma facing climate skeptics (aka denialists) (who will soon be considered as full-fledged terrorists alongside, or as a subset of, conspiracy theorists) when attempting to communicate with the rest of the alarmist AGW world:

      “…“These true believers in humans controlling the Earth’s temperature cannot be reasoned out of their position; it was not reason that got them there in the first place; it was emotion and politics….Reason did not get them into their faith-based beliefs – And no amount of reasoning will get them out…”

      At 45 minutes into the conference:

      The same can be said for many other topics, the Western build-up of China included.

      If substantiating documentation of an unorthodox position is not the least bit tantalizing, then…?

      Of course, the precarious human condition is that no one can be 100% sure of anything and I know well and openly admit that various degrees of faith, depending on the subject, (led, I hope, by a degree of substantiated Reason) determine my view of the world.

      But, what I find truly stupefying is not that I’m considered to be a religious fanatic because I was impressed by compelling documentation that China was built up by Western forces

      but at the total lack of curiosity among the vast majority of “non-conspiracy theorists” aka “normies”…

      who will, with perfectly arrogant ease, be the first to use Mr Cunningham’s words against me, profoundly convinced I cannot be reasoned out of my faith-based positions…

      while never admitting that their own view is, to some degree, faith-based…

      and finding that perfectly normal…

      including relatively prestigious globe-trotting mechanics of fluids/climate change expert physicists…

      so then what?

      Ah yes indeed, the Matrix steak is juicy and delicious…

      whining actually helps sometimes…

      but then again… why is the FBI going to all the trouble if…??


      and “the Panopticon Effect” could be redubbed

      Greenwald’s Sony sell-out “Snowden Effect”…

      • scpat says:

        I can relate all too well to those feelings and to the experiences of talking to people about such touchy subjects. Ive thought about why people can react in a dismissive way regarding such important and crucial topics and information. I’ve come to believe that it has less to do with intelligence and more to do with repetitive conditioning by the influencers of society. I think for most people, if they hear something enough times then it becomes true. They hear a similar message from TV, school, respected adults when they are growing up, peers, etc. and the false ideas become engrained.

        Breaking through that mental barricade to get someone to really think about the lies they strongly believe is in itself and art form. I bought my parents the Corbett Report 9/11 DVDs for Christmas this year and they have yet to pop it in the DVD player. I think deep down in their subconscious they realize that even considering such information as a government false flag on 9/11 could shatter their world view and psyche. That is a dangerous proposal. People like the safety and comfort of their all-figured-out world view.

        • manbearpig says:

          Scpat, Thank you for taking the time to respond to my emotive silliness.

          I quite agree!: Communicating on these issues is Indeed an art form! A very instructive one when attempting to master or at least apprehend it.

          One might well conclude that I’ve failed miserably in this respect with my nearest and dearest

          conversely, however, I’ve had more satisfying successes at work, in my capacity as a sort of authority figure.

          Tact and sensitivity are of the essence

          as learning that “Daddy Gov” not only doesn’t give a hoot in hell about your well being, he’ll blow you up in buildings without a qualm if it serves his interests, is a very brutal awakening indeed!

          Also, because folks generally Don’t think they’re “expert” enough to get info and formulate opinions that run outside the barricaded narrative (but always just expert enough to embrace that norm) what you Believe becomes more of an Identity issue: “I’m a left-wing yuppie so I buy into this ideological package deal”, “I’m a conservative libertarian so I espouse this set of values”, “I’m a down-to-earth manual labourer so I practice tried and true folk wisdom”, “I’m a neurotic and non-conformist conspiracy theorist so I’m adamant about these issues” the etc etc etc…

          Anyhow, who reads FBI docs anyway? Conspiracy theorists. No one in my current (summer vacation) entourage has even heard of Julian Assange (I kid you not!), never mind an FBI doc criminalizing conspiracy theorists…

          but the fact that human-caused climate alarmism is being taught in schools as proven scientific gospel is quite unsettling…

          I’ll end this free association piece by saying I finally got around to finishing Daniel Estulin’s book “Deconstructing Wikileaks” and I must say, it would seem pretty incriminating…to say the least…

      • NES says:

        Excellent quote. Very well stated. …“These true believers in humans controlling the Earth’s temperature cannot be reasoned out of their position; it was not reason that got them there in the first place; it was emotion and politics….Reason did not get them into their faith-based beliefs – And no amount of reasoning will get them out…”

        Loved your post but, oh Sweetie, no. If I’ve learned anything from breaking my conditioning (and that is what we are doing–all of us) it’s this: You can’t tell anyone anything. A decade of research and dipping a toe into that scalding bath many times is enough to state so here. The Narrative believers do not want to hear. They laugh and change the subject because they can’t possibly engage in a real conversation on any level. It’s much too painful for them. So much so they can’t hear anything that might prick their reality bubble–it’s a safe place. However, knowing this fact about them doesn’t make them any more sympathetic. The fact that the phrase ‘conspiracy theory’ was used is all one needs to know. They are deep into their conditioning. Leave them be. If they are meant to awaken, they will. One in tens of thousands ever do. You are one!

        Faith-based belief in–a religion, a church, a two-headed dog, handling snakes, the constant worldwide Narrative, it doesn’t matter what it is. Those who ‘believe’ will do so as long as they feel that faith protects them. It’s when they are faced with the effects of their sophomoric beliefs that they begin to pay attention. Typically, that’s when they start whining for someone to save them–always authority figures because such children have not moved beyond their own fears into a responsible adulthood, yet. Maybe a few more lifetimes? Who knows?

        • manbearpig says:

          Your words from last summer NES have now, the following spring, proved soothing and clarifying once again.

          My close entourage is as zealous in reducing me to the epithet “conspiracy theorist” as they are resistant to even glancing at any “facts” or material that might substantiate my point of view (in this case the ways in which covid deaths have been exaggerated).

          IOW, they prefer to simply relegate me to conspiracy theorist status, excitedly proclaiming I’m closed into an ideology based solely on brainwashed belief,

          than imperil their own unassailable vision of the world by a brief glance at some info I might have.

          It’s really quite insulting if you think about it

          this tendency to systematically, and I parse my words here, systematically and grossly oversimplify and misrepresent my stated ideas with such vehement and recurrent exclamations as

          “you don’t believe in climate change!”
          “you don’t believe in Julian Assange!”
          “you don’t believe in the Corona virus!”

          they say I’ve become inaudible because I refute EVERYTHING … I’m not credible… but they won’t make the effort to hear my reasoning or look at my sources…

          and they also strongly suggested I stop harping on these subjects with my students as they must find it unbearable.

          I manage to forget about and ignore these uncomfortably realities most of the time

          but it is nevertheless truly tiring to say the least,
          and under the current circumstances rather more taxing than usual.

          Ok. Victimized whining finished now. (My apologies mkey) Don’t even feel any better really.
          so I’ll just reread NES one more time before jumping into the hamster wheel.

          • manbearpig says:

            “and they also strongly suggested I stop harping on these subjects with my students as they must find it unbearable.”

            This was made possible of course thanks to Covid Confinement as now I do all my classes well within earshot of my entourage so not only can my classes be watched through zoom, listened to by entourage and read about as I must enter everything I do into the online system (whereas before it was all handwritten in a paper file)

            they can be quality controlled and, for the moment, indeed seem to be, but solely by my own family.

            Guess I’ll just have to adopt the Stack version of the panopticon: “know I’m being watched but behave as if I weren’t”…


          • alexandre says:

            MBP, of course, like everyone here, I also heard the same from many people – my reputation has been in tatters for decades – but in my case, I’m alone, away from the city and the only victim of my “craziness” is my sister, and even there I seem to be a bit lucky because she did at least watched stuff I forced her to watch, and she accepted as much as she could. (Once they see and watch with their own eyes, they can’t brush it aside anymore. You see the face going down as the info goes in). Your so-called whining shows (me) how tough it must be for people still attached to really normal folks. Makes me want to do a “Blues for MBP”, seriously.

            Now, today I got a call from a guy I worked with some times. His life went to hell completely – unemployed, broke etc – and he wanted to talk about this thing. His speech was scary. It was all over the place, saying A then B, then opposing B with A, contradicting himself, really scary, like his mind is breaking down, fragmenting. I tried some phrases, but he just went on and on, so I just said “yes, I know, yes, sure”. This may be going on a lot – minds actually breaking – so what NES says about not telling anyone anything sounds correct. But then, I’d ask, what do you do when China comes up during pizza? Just agree with them? Start faking to your nearest and dearest? What is the conversation about China then? I’d say it’s a noise they make to confirm the reality they need while making it look like they “talk politics”, but the interest in the subject is zero, otherwise – as I always foolishly expected – we would hear at least one “Really? What do you mean?” This problem is very real and deeply troubling, so I just wanted to say something. Solitude was my only option, which I welcomed because I happen to love complete solitude. Other than that, I guess I’ll do the Blues for MBP. Maybe Blues for Corbeteers.

            Whine more.

            • alexandre says:

              Maybe I replied this twice, as I see your post is from last year?, but then you have another from yesterday? I’m lost. I just read it again now in a different mood, I guess, so sorry for the double comment to the same post. I must be going really old. Maybe MY mind is finally breaking down.

              • manbearpig says:

                Hey Alexandre! I meant to mention your old colleague…

                Damn sad. Lost his work, his income… I hope he’s not losing his mind though. Hope he just needed to rant incoherently for a while to feel better. Happens.

                You’re definately not losing your mind. You can’t. You’re already nuts! Thank heavens. (no, don’t worry, you’re not really nuts, just wildly expansively, eclectically, effusively creative and communicative). And seems you got a really lovely sister who really loves you. So, you should be fine. No worries.

                Oh! And please stop saying you’re old ’cause we’re exactly the same age and I’m trying to feel young; 56 is young. Plus we’re Dragons and dragons never get old.

                Hey! Think I’m gonna make a guacamole for the first time in ages! With the works!

            • manbearpig says:

              Well damn! I actually feel better now! A famous and immensely talented jazz musician who composed something as incredible and hilarious as “The Sneeze” proposing to write the MBP blues! And yes! the Corbetteer blues would be even better!

              Gosh! I feel better despite the new chemtrails clogging up the sky today for the first time since the lockdown on Monday March 16th.

              I feel better despite the fact that I also just found out I won’t be able to go back to the office for months and that when I do it’ll be wearing the burqa of a mask! Great! So guess I’m not going back to the office at all! ‘Cause I sure as hell ain’t getting no vaccination either.

              Go for it Maestro! Show us what ya got! Compose for shameless whiners like myself and other more dignified and stoic Corbetteers suffering in silence a ballad, a blues or whatever ensues when you listen to that inner music!

              For once I can’t wait to clap!

              • lovetodust says:

                Oh boy – so good to read these recent posts alexandre and mbp.

                I was just on a zoom meeting with a group I am involved in.

                When the meeting ended a few people stayed on to chat and of course the subject of supermarket shopping came up. I got my finger ready to click on “leave meeting” because I knew what I was in for, but stayed for a minute or two – until one person started commenting how the fellow in front of her at the store would not take the social distancing seriously….

                I left the meeting. Without saying good-bye. I’m sure it was noticed. They know how I feel.

                Well, they THINK they know how I feel. They don’t ask “really? why do you feel that way?” They are not interested. They have the beautiful people on the MSM.

                They are just horrified and call me crazy because I won’t wear a mask or talk about all the dead bodies. They would not dream of entering into a discussion about what I have spent hours and hours reading about and watching.

                I was forming a retort in my mind should this person call me to comment on my abrupt departure. I will either say “oh sorry, the cat stepped on the computer key” or…

                “What you just said, and what you have previously said to me IS INSULTING.”

                But you know, there won’t be a discussion because it would have to go on for hours. Because in order for them (and most like them) to understand WHY I feel the way that I do about this latest false flag, they would have to understand the history of this country, the cabal, the assassinations, the countries over-thrown, the take-overs, the mind games, the fraud, the false flag after false flag that has led up to today.

                And that would take years.

                So I think I’ll just tell them the cat hit the key on my computer.

                And by the way, you are babies. Enjoy your 50’s. They are the best. Really.

                This from someone “at high risk”.

                (for once I can’t wait to clap. love it!)

              • manbearpig says:

                oh lovetodust!

                thanks to you and your adorable reply I can now boast about how I myself just got off finished with a social conf call with my mom’s 3rd husband (outa 5) and his wife (and my daughter and her wife) and proclaim triumphantly that when they started going on about the number of Corona deaths

                I didn’t mince my words about what I thought and WOOOOOO SILVER!
                Things sure went live! I remained calm but said exactly what I thought. IT FELT EFFIN GREAT!!

                And you’re right, my ex-step-father kept hackin’ at it, determined to be proved right (he’s been likened to Spock and his whole self image relies on proving he’s intellectually superior to his entire entourage

                which he may well have been at some point in his life but he’s ong since espoused the politically correct and has long since given up getting any actual info on anything so this was set and match for me!

                But a a theater directing teacher once told me, you can’t “win” with an actor: if his ego suffers, you’ve lost. And I fear it’s the same situation here.

                Oh hey! Can you hear the resounding clapping going on right now, right here in “my” residence?? It’s loud enough, with whistles and screamin’, you must hear it! Good grief.

                Anyhow, you’re right. There is now, way too much to explain to get through to anyone, try to get them to see your (my) point of view on the world. Especially if they’re hermetic to it…

                Once again, thanks so much for your comment… And please, please do take care of yourself ’cause you just never know what they’re gonna shower upon us all at some point.

                Say!!? It’s Saturday you know! What’s your favorite music lovetodust???

              • pearl says:

                “talented jazz musician who composed something as incredible and hilarious as ‘The Sneeze'”

                Shoot! I missed that one! Where is it?

                Well, I attempted to express my own personal woes with my entourage, but it just came out jumbled and pathetic. There’re so many inexpressible things beneath the surface that I can’t quite put my finger on, and they’re certainly nothing new to the familial dynamics, just disturbing by its potential, possibly eventual outcome of turning family members over to the authorities believing they’re doing God and man a favor. I can say that reading the many testimonies here have been cathartic and oddly enough, encouraging (another thing I can’t explain).

                LovetoDust said,

                “But you know, there won’t be a discussion because it would have to go on for hours. Because in order for them (and most like them) to understand WHY I feel the way that I do about this latest false flag, they would have to understand the history of this country, the cabal, the assassinations, the countries over-thrown, the take-overs, the mind games, the fraud, the false flag after false flag that has led up to today.”

                Exactly. What’s the point? This event merely reveals the logic which drives a person, their family, their extended family and society. This goes waaaaay back to what I learned a few years back which, if you don’t mind, I’ll repeat here yet again (it was this guy’s sanity-restoring, life-saving lectures which caused me to realize I wasn’t crazy!):

                “The Gospel According to John Immel, chapter 3:1-3

                • All people act logically from their assumptions.

                • It does not matter how inconsistent the ideas or insane the rationale. They will act until that logic is fulfilled.

                • Therefore, when you see masses of people taking the same destructive actions, if you find the assumptions, you will find the cause.

                “Here is the fundamental premise that I’m trying to bring to light. People act consistently from their body of ideas. They will fulfill that logical conclusion. They cannot escape it because human beings are designed to integrate their concepts from the most basic premises all the way to the highest concepts.”


                Yeah, I could do with some music! Yesterday, the best of Simon and Garfunkel was my balm for the soul.

              • manbearpig says:

                OOOhhh! Dear Pearl!!

                Best of Simon and Garf! Kodachrome? Scarborough Fair??

                fresh smell of herbs


                Love this site and its commenters

                Where’s GBW?


                it’s a wonder I can think at all but

                I can read the writing on the wall…

              • alexandre says:

                I’m afraid I’m not coming up with anything very good. I’ll keep thinking. Blues for Corbeteers…hm….what did I get myself into?

    • Ian Davis says:

      In the UK the Guardian are now clearly reporting the El Paso shooting as a conspiracy theory related terrorist event.

      What a truly remarkable coincidence that this should happen just weeks behind the FBI report??????

      I have done some research on the actual demographics of tconspiracy theorists to see if the FBI’s claims are remotely tenable. I’ll cut to the chase they’re not.

      I’ve written a post, following on from James report, if you are interested.

      • pearl says:

        “I have done some research on the actual demographics of conspiracy theorists to see if the FBI’s claims are remotely tenable. I’ll cut to the chase they’re not.”

        I read your article, Mr. Davis, then downloaded your book (for the jaw-dropping give-away price of $1?!). I’m about half way through the first chapter and can already heartily recommend it to each and every person here who are surrounded by those who live at ease with the term “conspiracy theorist” without blinking an eye and are loathe to expend a brain cell toward further inquiry. Truly, from an intellectual perspective, they are a shameful lot.

        But the incredible timing and angle of your book gives me hope. It’s written to these very people for such a time as this; an appeal to reason in the face of fear instigated by this FBI document. I salute you.

        • Ian Davis says:

          Many thanks Pearl. I appreciate your kind words.

          I do feel that the response to to preposterous claims made by the FBI (and others) must be rationality and persistent focus upon evidence.

          I hope you enjoy the rest of the book.

      • manbearpig says:

        Once again I find myself in the (increasingly embarassing) position of thanking Pearl profusely for calling my attention to something important.

        This time it is to Ian Davis’ comment above and links therein that I had somehow missed amidst my rigorously sun, sand and campari-soaked schedule

        and which I perused with great interest.

        Another critical and articulate perspective on this FBI document that is perfectly complementary to Mr. Corbett’s.

        (the Guardian link is a more ordinary yet frightfully shameful and Dangerous demonstration MSM BS)

        But that “Appendix C: Expressions of liklihood” for Conspiracy Theory-inspired mass shootings was directly lifted from the IPCC’s “Confidence Intervals” for how doomed we are for excreting CO2? Wasn’t it??

        Thanks Mr. Davis. An edifying read.

        • Ian Davis says:

          Lol. So it would seem. Nothing new under the sun eh?

          I’ve updated the post because following your comment I noted something weird about the FBI’s claim to confidence. I’ll share it here for a laugh.


          The eagle eyed may have noticed a rather glaring anomaly in the FBI’s suggested expression of likelihood. Firstly they state:

          “Phrases such as ‘The FBI judges’ and ‘the FBI assesses,’ and terms such as ‘likely’ and ‘probably’ convey analytical judgments and assessments.”

          They then add:

          “The FBI does not arrive at judgements through statistical analysis.”

          I leave you to make sense of that if you can, because I certainly can’t.

        • pearl says:

          “Once again I find myself in the (increasingly embarassing) position…”

          Nonsense! You’re too gracious. I love reading the snapshots of your vacation! Wish I was there!

      • Peripatêtikos says:

        In US courts, prior to deliberating and deciding upon a verdict in a given case, the jury receives instructions from the presiding judge, part of which is a clear admonition not to base any decisions of guilt or innocence upon probability or mathematical formulations. If the prosecution (criminal case), the plaintiff (civil case) or defense team presents evidence or testimony in such form, it usually will be thrown out. Testimony and evidence typically cannot be presented as statistical probability. (There are exceptions, especially in civil cases, but they have more to do with technical presentations.)

        This may explain the question Ian Davis poses about the FBI’s statement that they do not make assertions based upon statistical probability. To get a conviction in a criminal case, prosecutors have to convince a jury — through presentation of evidence and testimony — of the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, the precise definition of which is not given, for the simple reason that juries are impartial, not experts, and not officers of the court. What each juror perceives to be reasonable doubt is their own business.

        However, the FBI/DoJ do not only investigate, make arrests, and prosecute federal crimes. They also issue public communications regarding their activities and policies, like all executive bodies do.

        Their press releases and statements are created by attorneys, mainly, and attorneys are skilled in concocting verbiage which, when done right, can only be described as calculatedly meaningless. Some recent examples come to mind.

        The Mueller fiasco sought “evidence of collusion” between Trump and the government of the Russian Federation. But “collusion” has no legal meaning, and whatever it does mean, it is not a crime, and is thus not actionable, except maybe to compel impeachment. “Evidence of laxity” would be an equally substantive term.

        Another example is the palaver concerning HRC’s mishandling of “classified” documents, well before the 2016 campaign, and well before the Seth Rich leaks were released. She’s an attorney, and knows perfectly well that the word “classified” also has no legal meaning. Here again, the many public statements using that term were calculatedly meaningless.

        It may help to become familiar with the subterfuge of standard legalese, so as to not fall into an ineffectual concern-spiral — which may even be the intended response. Remember: problem, reaction, solution.

        In the Current Year’s three-ring circus (the Outrage-O-Sphere, Protest-O-Sphere and Concern-O-Sphere), it has never been easier or more profitable for them to plan, measure and assess reactions to provoked outrages (large and small), to False Flags, to viral social media psyops (Qanon, recently dubbed “Hope Porn”), and so forth. Don’t get played. Get smart.

        • Ian Davis says:

          Thanks Peripatêtikos

          That certainly puts the FBI’s strange statement in context.

          Stating your essentially demographic claims aren’t based upon statistical analysis is inexplicable in my view. Especially in light of the further evidence offered in the footnotes which don’t appear to add up to much.

          Surely FBI officers would be quick to question this? Which does support the notion that this was ‘released’ for other ‘political’ purposes as you suspect.

          However, for me it remains questionable as this Bulletin is not intended for evidential purposes but rather to inform FBI field offices.(supposedly)

          It is akin to claiming all Farmers present a potential terrorist threat then adding we haven’t based this opinion on upon any statistical analysis of Farmers, only upon a few isolated cases in which the crime committed may possibly have a tenuous link to the fact that the perpetrator was also a Farmer.

          I fully agree with your comments on legalese. It bears no resemblance to Natural Law at all. If it did then Judges (convenors) would never instruct the Jury.

      • alexandre says:

        Hi Ian, I’m reading your post, following the lovely words of MBP and Pearl, and this…

        “….another factor driving the intensity of conspiracy theorizing in the United States, and subsequent threat from conspiracy minded extremists, is the uncovering of real conspiracies and cover-ups, involving illegal, harmful or unconstitutional activities by government officials or leading political figures.”

        …just broke me. It borders surrealism. It reminded me of something the now degraded Chomsy once said about a government meeting where a guy said something like: “The problem with the claims that the US supports dictatorships around the world is that it is accurate”.

        I’ll continue reading now. Thanks for that, sir.

    • alexandre says:

      MBP, I had to stop to laugh at “show stopper”. I had one of those myself just the other day, with my sister! We live in the woods almost, but even here, just two people, that still happens! So funny.

      Talking to a friend in France about a month ago, same thing, he (a very intelligent guy) said something incredibly ridiculous about politics – all mixed with philosophy etc – and I (what an idiot) tried to explain to him something about how things actually work etc and in a minute he stopped me and, as if remembering something, said “Aaah, I see, you mean the Bilderbergers, 911, Bohemian Grove…”. Shit! There must be a list of things somewhere just like those in the FBI document. People already know those “flags” and if you come close to one, bang. And its incredible how the conversation cannot possibly continue. They – at least one – could easily say something like “wait a minute, that’s crazy, what do you mean?”, but it is indeed a stopper. Suddenly they – normal people – might be in the presence of….a madman! What to do? Oh my god!

      This Corbett Propaganda Watch gave me the big creeps, though, because one thing is to get weird looks from people, but to have almost a perfect description of yourself in a FBI file is quite different. I would be moving to Finland, as Woody Allen said.

      • manbearpig says:

        you know… I have the immense pleasure of swimming (alone!) in the Mediterranean sea at dawn every Morning and it gives me a unique moment to commune with nature and reflect idly on …things…

        I realized that a fundamental cognitive dissonence existing in the human mind on a massive scale and throughout the ages, is the idea that

        one can “cleanse oneself” of more or less unacceptable thoughts or deeds.

        Such an idea would force you to

        A: hand over your conscience to whatever or whoever is doing “the cleansing” and

        B: avoid dealing with whatever it is that you thought or did that you’re ashamed of in the first place.

        Leaving you inextricably dependant and immature. And easy to control. (by religion, psychologists, entourage,society etc…)

        I think people are afraid of looking at themselves candidly in the mirror which makes them extremely vulnerable to the wielding of connotative images, words, symbols, slogans etc…

        Anyhow, I wonder if the Finns are more laid back about marrying a woman 35 years younger than yourself who just happens to be in practice, if not on paper, your adoptive daughter?

        • alexandre says:

          I dunno, It’s a strange place far, far away – from me at least. I would hope they are a bit more individualistic, but I guess it’s the same everywhere.

          Knowing yourself sounds much better on speech than in actuality. Dealing with the shadow is no joke and I’m still to find one person who really knows what’s that about. In fact, things changed so much that today we speak of religion or psychology as if we knew what the heck we are talking about.

          Mediterranean sea every morning, you say. What a privilege.

  5. AnimalsArentFood says:

    An organization with a history of violating the constitution, bamboozling the public and resorting to violence because of their extreme views — a history of terrorizing, torturing, imprisoning & killing innocent people who pose a threat to their power structure — is in charge of determining who is and is not a potential ‘domestic terrorist’.
    Seems totally legit.

    In other news: The tobacco industry says nicotine patches cause lung cancer.

    • Duck says:

      Imaginary Nazi Newspaper headline
      ”Extermination’ Conspiracy Theory Causes Mass Jewish Terrorism in Warsaw Ghetto’ 🙁
      Though more seriously the BIGGEST cause of involvement in terrorism these days is proximity to an FBI informant who is looking to avoid jail for actual crimes… being schizophrenic or suffering some other mental illness often helps

      To be honest… considering what I’ve read about the number of paid FBI informants in the KKK you should really consider that a government agency too since gov money pays their dues.

      • AnimalsArentFood says:

        “proximity to an FBI informant who is looking to avoid jail for actual crimes… being schizophrenic or suffering some other mental illness often helps”

        That is currently one of my best explanations for the ‘mass shooters’.
        I imagine the spooks approach — with a proposition — people who downloaded a bit of kiddie porn, or sold some hard drugs on the dark web, or worse.
        They offer them the choice between the death penalty & a prison sentence with chance of parole; or the choice between a long prison sentence & relocation with a new identity, including plastic surgery.
        A loved one may also be the subject of the proposition (in cases where the informant/patsy cares far more about a loved one than themselves).
        The remaining question would be: Are there ever actually any real shooting victims or are they all completely fabricated, and do they actually follow through with their end of the proposition or do they just take the ‘shooter’ to a remote location for execution, or have them killed/suicided in prison?

  6. WinstonSmythe says:

    Returning to the “the worst part of the Epstein case … is these conspiracy theories” issue – of similar ilk is a quote from the “FBI Conspiracy Theory Redacted” document:

    “Real conspiracies involving illegal, antidemocratic, or harmful activities by high-level government officials and political elites have been exposed in the past and it has been argued that such plots have encouraged conspiracism (sic.) in society.”

  7. BbobKS says:

    From the same FBI ,AFT office that conducted Fast and Furious ! I was in PHX many times before ,during and after operation that resulted in death of CBP agent Brian Terry.During this time I watched as every pawn shop and gun dealer first covered walls with weapons, only to being shut completely down later for cooperating with FBI, AFT during operation.
    This may be a new one but what if this document is groundwork for gun confiscation of conspiracy people , FBI did take complete control of El Paso Walmart , issue conspiracy document, edit profiles of lone gunman , and my guess is they are seizing any phones or recording devices that don’t fit narrative much like LVNV incident , Next !

  8. Drazen says:

    Well, aren’t we fortunate that the State/Government doesn’t engage in needless acts of violence and doesn’t use lies to justify the violence. What would the world be like if this was the case?

    Waco, Ruby Ridge, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria…

  9. treesandseeds says:

    We need to think through what happens once there is exposure. The crimes they’ve participated in cannot be covered up forever and they clearly see this eventuality. We’re at the stage where tables can be overturned quicker than expected and with all types of unforeseen consequences. The unruly nature of the internet is going to continue to frighten them and they’ve shown a willingness to clampdown to protect themselves.

    The only way we get out of this without too much damage, as I see it, is organizing and addressing this head-on. You need a ground-game in Washington that can get past the censors and out-maneuver the simple rhetoric. Then address conspiracy within their framework. That doesn’t necessarily mean taking a case trial (although it might). An alleged film project that captures the basic feelings and thoughts of the local, street-level establishment figures could be a very proactive but very subtle way to continue this work and give it new life by reaching out to the ones that are most reluctant and least likely to receive this information. Imagine what a candid conversation with a local psychologist could tell you about the nature of the problems in this city and the basic psychological make-up of its residents. Imagine the stories you could hear from the international bouncers who may have made the transition from mercenary work.

    There are stories that can tell this city well. Taking a conspiracy to DC at this time shakes the city’s foundation but also provides them a level of comfort and security which keeps things stable while we work. Like King said, they don’t know what to do about civil disobedience. I think that is doubly true when they can also be made an example of themselves on their own terms with cameras recording the events. Why fly to Bilderburg for a weekend of a few hours of confrontation when a months expenses in DC can offer infinitely more possibilities along with taking the issue to the source and keeping it there?

    Right now, simple assertion that we exist and can operate within the bounds of civil society, and closer to their strongholds than they like, should be a task taken on soon and it may offer more than expected.

    If anyone wants to talk further about this, my email is [No personal contact details in the comments, please. People can contact you through me if they’re interested. -JC], or we can meet up in DC if you prefer the old fashion way of communicating.

    • calibrator says:

      > Why fly to Bilderburg for a weekend of a few hours of confrontation when a months expenses in DC can offer infinitely more possibilities along with taking the issue to the source and keeping it there?

      In my opinion the Bilderberg meetings are of little importance to DC.
      They are mostly for instructing the “partners” overseas.

    • Vigilant says:

      I don’t have the means to fly to DC but I definitely appreciate the spirit of what you’re saying (refer to my comment below). I am trying to build up more contacts with serious-minded people such as yourself.

      Corbett, please explain how we can exchange emails?

  10. NES says:

    And we all thought that reading about the Spanish Inquisition spreading its vitriol, murder, torture, etc. throughout Christendom was unmatched in its horror. Since that time humanity has experienced several other authority-driven killing fields in various countries.

    “We are the one, true belief,” they shout.

    I’m part of a group that comes together to discuss, dissect and follow such information as this FBI Conspiracy Bulletin for the purpose of staying informed on all worldwide authorities and what they are doing with regard to, specifically, guaranteed freedoms in the USA. We agreed, just last week, that the time was drawing near when these authorities, along with the insane Russia-did-it political screamer-types, would certainly find a de facto avenue by which to label anyone a terrorist who did not agree with them. AND here it is. The FBI is looking a lot like the Catholic Church of the 1400’s right now–an organization that was/is dedicated to doing anything and everything, no matter how horrifying or illegal, to keep their boys in power.

    Our last gathering was early last week just before the article broke. Do we have a pulse on what is about to happen or what? Thanks James. Happy you did an article on this sad development.

  11. bladtheimpaler says:

    This document expresses the idea that a steel trap is being positioned whichever way you think you can avoid it. If you don’t want to be considered as suspect then do not enter the red pill world is another message. But once a person begins thinking for themselves it is only a matter of time until they begin to see the truth of matters and challenge the system in some form, alerting the order followers, FBI et al, as attack dogs in their master’s service to the potential troublemaker. It always comes down to this sentence by its forgotten author…”The State exists to enforce the dominance of elites, all the rest is propaganda, misdirection, obfuscation, [torture and terrorism up to and including total war]”

    Here’s one for ya…perhaps the order followers have been charged with creating the means of outing those individuals and groups that think for themselves in seeking truth by leaving purposely exaggerated clues and manipulations that are then investigated by theorists, thereby outing themselves. The other state made conspiracy theories meant to advance state agenda as Mssr Corbett pointed out.

  12. AlainBos says:

    I don’t have to watch this video because it’s true and already was in the planning.
    All I add is that this is an extra news item to scare people when they discover the Epstein-conspiracy.

  13. Vigilant says:

    What can we do about this? I have a pitch: I think its time for us fans / supporters of the Corbett Report to form some type of group. Some type of organization where we can come up with creative (non-violent) solutions to these problems. I certainly have ideas in mind but would love to hear from others. The only way I see there being any real progress moving forward is with a clearly defined movement with well articulated goals and a mutual understanding that only through coordinated efforts can we make a difference. In other words, we need to take action (together). We are passed the information-gathering phase. We need to move into the information-spreading phase. Corbett cant do that alone. There must be exterior forces outside of the CR that promote this information. What if we went old school and started street teams? I know there are many people in the world who want to help and just don’t have any idea how and if they heard of an organization they could join that gives them an opportunity to be a part of the solution they would join.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Vigilant says:
      “I have a pitch:
      I think its time for us fans / supporters of the Corbett Report to form some type of group.
      Some type of organization where we can come up with creative (non-violent) solutions to these problems.
      What if we went old school and started street teams?

      I like your idea(s)!

      I can definitely speak with authority on “old school promotion” and “street teams”. I wear a lot of battle scars.

      It all starts with the individual. Just do something. Take some form of physical action. It helps when you have a Buddy who is willing to do the same. An “action buddy” helps support each other.

      “Doing” is the keyword.
      From experience, it can be a strain to try to rally troops to take action.
      Most folks prefer only to move the mouth amongst like-minded people at a forum or at sit down group. Getting other people on the streets with actions can take some effort.

      Our North Texans for 9/11 Truth Group has a long history of performing hundreds of actions, events and promotions. However, for the most part, much of the responsibility and “lift-off” rested on the shoulders of just a few folks. has a record of some of the major actions.

      This is a 4 minute video which introduces the Dallas 9/11 Truth group. (the first video, but other events are logged on the same YouTube channel)

      Any of us, anywhere can take action.
      It could be as simple as printing up a few signs from the computer printer, and then posting them. Or making comments on forums.
      It all starts with us, as individuals.

      • Vigilant says:

        Thank you for the response!

        I enjoyed the video you shared and I’m glad to see you’re one of the ones actually taking action.

        Rallying support for this cause is a monumental task – that, I am aware of. I feel as if these echo chambers are becoming a real problem and it needs to be addressed.

        You know how they say if you have a dream, don’t tell anyone because talking about it gives you the sense that you have actually achieved it on some level, so you don’t actually go for it? In my opinion, that is what all of this talking about conspiracies is doing. People will write something online expressing their disdain for the “elites” and it gives them just enough satisfaction to avoid taking any further steps.

        Anyway, I know I am just preaching to the choir.

        Would you mind if we sent some emails back and forth? I would love to know more about how your 9/11 truth group was formed and what kind of things you do at meetings (for personal inspiration). Which brings up another point – no one knows how to even start these things! There should be a guide. I can make a throw-away email account to post on here so we can safely exchange actual email addresses. Up to you. Wont be offended if you would rather not.

        • Sunny says:

          I would be grateful if when such a group is formed, if that will happen, you will give us all a link to join through. I would personally prefer a private closed forum. Would love to hear and share ideas about how to pass on info.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Good point about a private forum.
            A public forum sometimes can provide ammunition for those who wish to attack truth seekers.
            This is why the group mentioned below is a “closed forum”, not visible to the entire internet.

          • Vigilant says:

            Actually, I am working on something but it just started moving out of the gestation phase. Thats all I’ll say for now.

            A private forum is a great idea and is definitely a component of the kind of group / organization I am talking about.

            If you want to share and bounce ideas around, feel free to email Corbett asking for my email address. I invite anyone on here to do the same.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Join this 9/11 Truth Group – Anyone, anywhere can join. It is free.

          Read “What we are about”

          There are some real activist veterans in the group.
          Joe, Hank, Richard, Regina, TomT and others can tell some interesting anecdotes.

          After you join, go to the Menu item “More”, then click “Message Boards”. Explore that…it goes way back.

          You are always welcome to upload photos of any activist actions you have done. (e.g. putting up signs…which Corbett has talked about in the past.)
          Any individual anywhere on the planet can take an activist action.
          Start with an action that the individual is comfortable with.
          Work up from there. One becomes bolder and more insouciant as time goes on.

          It always helps when others acknowledge, validate and encourage such actions.

          This is almost an AXIOM…
          General activism accelerates when the alternative media highlights it and glorifies it. Activism dies when the alternative media remains silent about the individuals who are the ground troops in the trenches of activism.
          (Even the U.S. military recruiters utilize this aspect.)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Here is an activist who I admire…
          Santa Claus Brings 9/11 Truth to Japan

  14. Peripatêtikos says:

    I am pleased to chime in with something optimistic… in a perverse sense. But still.

    When a law enforcement body or official issues such a public statement, you can see not only the cluelessness and cynicism of official culture; but also, through its obvious overreach and inversion of basic principles, you can see the degree to which their power and prestige have degraded. The intel bulletin cited in this video post is perhaps not so much alarming, as it is a hint that the FBI is out of its depth, and deeply out of touch. (And it doesn’t take a Dmitry Orlov to make a comparison the late Soviet Union.)

    Let’s define the term Provocation, for the sake of argument, since I think this sort of document stands as a precursor or buoy to continued provocations. (The FBI seems to do a lot of it, and often not so skillfully.)

    An instance where law enforcement uses a crime to some advantage can be considered provocation. Whether they instigate a crime, ignore a crime, coerce or program a patsy to commit a crime, nudge or nurse a given case this way or that — suborning the proper course of justice to some unjust end makes it a provocation. It’s a broad definition, obviously.

    But rereading James’ highlights of the bulletin, I notice the thumbnail they offer of “False Flag” is tellingly inept:

    The official story surrounding a given terrorist attack or mass shooting is a lie; the event was staged or conducted by the government to justify encroachments on civil liberties.

    A False Flag is indeed one form of provocation, a purposeful misattribution of a criminal or terrorist act; a misattribution which creates some advantage. (Again, by its useful ends, it does not imply the act was or was not an “Inside Job” … or anything else.) As presented in the bulletin — overly specific, misleading, ham-fisted — this gives away their mind-set.

    It is of course likely the DoJ employees who wrote and approved this bulletin are not particularly nuanced in their understanding of the law, or of language. (Few law enforcement officers are. Their job is to arrest people and to project power.) But the underlying tone of this document reeks of mid-management desperation. Internally and externally, bureaucratic bodies crank this kind of stuff out day after day, week after week, coffee-fueled, time-serving year after bloody year.

    I refer the reader to an informative essay by Victor Serge, “What everyone should know about repression.” It is well worth reading, regardless of one’s political orientation or sympathies. We are living in a police state, after all.

    People in the former Soviet and Warsaw Pact nations have long understood and recognized the pervasiveness of police provocation, more so than people on this side of the wall. It seems a typical component of corruption. It is expected.

    • calibrator says:

      *Most* people don’t even recognize that they live in police states.

      Thanks to their primitive but repetitive PR:
      “The police, your friend and helper!”
      “To serve and protect!”
      “Buy three, get one free!”
      “Our used cars are the cheapest!”

      They need to realize that they are on a leash, too, except that theirs may be a bit longer compared to the ones our Russian or Chinese brothers & sisters are used to.

      As you say, people from the Eastern Bloc are more sensitive to certain matters.
      The same is very true with East German citizens: They recognize the rotten state of German politics way better than the West Germans and in the next years they will prove them to be the better citizens, doing more demonstrations, voicing their opinion, voting for more radical parties etc.

      I just hope it won’t end in the massive bloodshed the European Union is already preparing for — with a European paramilitary police force that enables member countries to hunt people down with riot cops from neighbouring countries (who have very little scruples shooting on foreigners).

    • Peripatêtikos says:

      Speaking of provocations and patsies, this recent article by Kurt Nimmo looks at FBI-manufactured “white nationalist” terrorists.

  15. Mark K. P. says:

    The best response to this sort of drivel is offensive rather than defensive. The FBI is certainly a very dangerous and murderous terrorist org and people need to be told this ad nauseam. Likewise the IRS an illegal criminal org, which the FBI never pursues, because collusive criminals. My current fav past time is recounting the story of Al Capone taken down by the much bigger gangsters at IRS. People are fascinated by such tales of crime vs. crime, and it helps them get their head around the notion of government as organized crime

  16. zed says:

    Thanks James for this video and all of your work in general. You’re doing a great service to humanity and it is now more important than ever. I don’t recall if this was stated in the video (I watched it a few hours ago) but the FBI memo is also a piece of internal propaganda. It is an obvious attempt to not only propagandize the general public into the thinking that conspiracy theories are dangerous but to also propagandize other federal agents to believe the same. “They” need to get the agents that are watching these “dangerous” conspiracy theorists to believe that they are doing a great public service.

    I truly believe that we are in the endgame of the silencing of political dissidence worldwide. It has been sickening and disheartening to see the dismantlement of every liberating aspect of the internet over the last decade. Now things seem to have sped up drastically and we are now witnessing the dying breath of freedom of thought and freedom of speech unless the public rejects it. Unfortunately the mass populace has been lulled into a dreamlike state where almost everything they believe is a complete and utter lie. How can they reject what they don’t know and/or understand?

    There’s a war on. One that has been raging on for millennia. A war for the control of reality. Not just the actual physical outcomes in said reality but the public’s perception of it as well. This propaganda piece is so unsettling because it touches on actual truths and labels speaking out about said truths as terrorism. We are entering literal thought police territory and it is a bit frightening to say the least. It’s very much akin to the more obvious tyrannical targeting of political dissidents in places like China. Places where investigative journalists and activists just vanish off the face of the earth as if they never existed.

    What a strange time to believe alive. One hand it has been liberating to learn the truth about reality and our history but on the other it has been depressing to face the ugly truths and witness the destruction of freedom and liberty. Though to be honest we’ve never really truly been free in the “civilized world” throughout history. It was only the last few hundred years where some tiny slivers of freedom appeared. Now those slivers have been or are being completely destroyed or dismantled. This I will not abide.

  17. taxedserf says:

    I can see 8 copies of the FBI document on already.

    The FBI is far more direct about its proposed end-point than the UK deep state. The UK deep state got to a comparable end-point in its consultation paper “Online Harms”, , although in a more convoluted way (it’s easier to hide behind obscurity, after all).

    Both continue the theme we’ve seen in the EU’s early privacy laws (later morphing into GDPR) and the Copyright Directive. Slice by slice, it becomes a de facto criminal offense to investigate criminality, policy corruption, financial corruption or mere impropriety by anybody in a public position or equivalent authority.

    In the EU, it’s been clear for a while that “protection of information” really means “protection of corruption” or “protection of criminality.”

    • Ian Davis says:

      Absolutely. The proposed Online Harms legislation is the creation of The Ministry of Truth. It staggers me that people aren’t more cocnerned about this.

      I don’t know if you contributed to the public consultation but the questions were very carefully constructed to focus only upon the claimed child protection and criminal activity measures. Disinformation wasn’t even mentioned. I needed to be creative with the answers in order to express any concern about their ambiguous, intangible definition of disinformation (the real focus of the proposal.)

      Still I guess people will soon notice they live in a dictatorship. By then of course it will be too late.

      • calibrator says:

        > It staggers me that people aren’t more cocnerned about this.

        That’s really quite simple:
        There are mainly only two groups of people on the net:

        1) The ones buying stuff online (especially on Amazon – but good luck selling your book there ;)), doing (sexual) chats and perhaps “research” their next vacation with Google

        2) The ones using the Internet to learn new stuff, sometimes political, sometimes not, and generally perceive the Internet a powerful tool that can enrich the mind of the user. If you ask the right questions – in the right places.

        You won’t get much support from group 1. Ever.
        And group 2 will now be shut down and group 1 won’t even notice it.

        • Ian Davis says:

          >You won’t get much support from group 1. Ever.
          And group 2 will now be shut down and group 1 won’t even notice it.

          Yep, that seems to be the case.

          On Amazon I did look for affordable self publishing alternatives but found no practical solutions. If you know of any I would certainly like to get the book off Amazon.

          I give it away for free off my website if you fancy a read.

          • calibrator says:

            Hi Ian,

            if I had known any of those publishing services where you can actually still make a bit of money *and* keep a clean conscience I would have already suggested them. 😉

            No, really: I recognize that the situation is dire.

            Here in Germany it is likely very similar: There is Amazon and practically nothing else with a larger audience that is not owned by
            A) a large corporation with a political agenda or
            B) an extreme political actor that already has an audience with a fixed “perspective”.

            And with printed books it’s even worse:
            Book stores in Germany are mostly owned by moderate to far left store keepers – and so you simply can’t sell books in Germany that are either
            – very critical with the establishment (let that sink in for a moment!)
            – decidedly conservative (mislabeled as “extreme right”) or
            – written by – woohoo! – “conspiracy theorists”!

            If you, for example, write a best-selling book about the man-made climate change hoax with initially large selling numbers its success with be killed off by the book stores because they simply don’t sell it.
            The slot in the top 25 of non-fiction books will remain empty and people interested in the book will be sent home without even taken an order. Sometimes they lie through their teeth: “It’s out of print already!” etc.
            The result is that book sales will crash quickly and that it then vanishes from the top 25. This is an excellent “negative feedback loop” and the stores did that on several occasions.
            The last case I know was an investigate book on the massacre on the Breitscheidplatz Christmas market in Berlin in 2016.

            I already bookmarked your site and will have a closer look in the near future. I’m still missing a good British site to fill the “Semi-European” slot. 😉

            I can’t promise to read your book, though, as I already have a massive heap to work through. I’m still missing several classics – and worse: I have yet to see several of the newer Corbett documentaries. This is the dumbest thing I do since the most money I actually spend on my “mental enrichment” in that certain area goes to James…

            • Ian Davis says:

              Lol. Thanks for the reply.

              No worries on the book I’m in a similar boat. So many books to read, and nowhere near enough time, in fact they’re piling up a bit.

              I think money spent on JC is a wise investment. Looking forward, this site is certainly one we all need to continue to support.

              All the best.

              • cooly says:

                Ian Davis-

                “We have so much time, and so little to do! Wait, reverse that….”
                -Willy Wonka

                Illuminating article, Ian. Thanks.

  18. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I have never seen James Corbett nor any Corbett Report member advocate violence.

    That said, this thread reminded me of “Street Fighting Man” by the Rolling Stones.

    August 1st. 2019 – Rolling Stones LIVE at MetLife Stadium New York.
    “Street Fighting Man”

    The old men still at it…

  19. cherub says:

    What do I do about this terroristic drunk old man threatening to “fuck me up” at the 2:15 mark?

    You think they will protect me from this dastardly geezer?

    The odyssey of the drunken old man (UPDATED)

  20. cherub says:

    Also, please share my video below…

    Mass shooting: questions, curiosities, statements and solution

    The most important part of this video shows that the closet video was indeed recorded approximately 5 hours before the shooting started. See the approximately 1:54 mark.

  21. cherub says:

    This was after the shooting…

    Robert BETO O’Rourke “SMILING & LAUGHING” WTF?

  22. colosseum says:

    Paul Craig Roberts also commented on the infamous FBI document:

  23. taoss says:

    Document has been saved in the archive files at


  24. calibrator says:

    Apropos FBI and conspiracy theories:

    “In another bizarre performance on NBC news programming, former FBI Assistant Director for Counterterrorism Frank Figliuzzi claimed that President Trump may have ordered flags flown at half staff not to honor the victims of the Dayton and El Paso shootings, but rather to celebrate Adolf Hitler.

    Figliuzzi explained the reasoning behind his conspiracy theory, claiming that the date the flag is to be at half staff until, August 8 (8/8), is a neo-nazi calling sign because the eighth letter of the alphabet is H, which stands for Hitler, and 8/8 means ‘Heil Hitler.’

    Yes, somehow it is even a white supremacist act now to have flags flying at half-staff in honor of victims of a white supremacist murderer.”


    Yes, really, there is a video of his broadcast – and this creepy guy is blinking into the camera like ship signalling S.O.S.

    America is done for…

  25. manbearpig says:

    I have the vague impression someone mentioned this already but:

    “…Who wrote ‘Our lifestyle is destroying the environment of our country… creating a massive burden for future generations. Corporations are heading the destruction of our environment by shamelessly over-harvesting resources… the next logical step is to decrease the number of people in America using resources. If we can get rid of enough people, then our way of life can become more sustainable’?

    The answer, if media reports are accurate, is Patrick Crusius, the man accused of the El Paso massacre. The words appeared in his testament, entitled (in homage to Al Gore?) The Inconvenient Truth, which he seems to have put online before decreasing the number of people in America by 22…”

    So, by FBI logic, if mass-shooters are inspired by radically enforced environmental sustainability and massive population reduction then we have to outlaw Agenda 21 and all things Eugenical, Right??!!”

  26. cherub says:

    Drunk old terrorist threatens to beat me up!

    (extended old lady version)

    The Odyssey of the Drunken Old Man (extended old lady cut)

  27. zyxzevn says:

    Warm weather and warm water in Alaska killed the salmon before they reached their destination?
    1000s of dead salmon in water.
    Looks terrible, must be global warming!

    Real reports:

    Shows ill-looking salmon.
    “Just along one cut bank and one sand bar they counted over 100 dead chum salmon,” Quinn-Davidson said.


    Actual article:

    Has different picture of floating (not sunken) ill-looking fish.
    Refers to report by Katchatag, which shows a picture (thumbnail) with about 20 dead salmon.
    Could be the same area as the over 100 dead fish?

    There are multiple possible explanations for the salmon die-offs, but Jones says the main drivers are most likely higher water temperatures and a high concentration of fish. According to Jones, the Shaktoolik River weir counted about a million pinks through the river on Wednesday alone. That amount is almost double the number of pink salmon previously recorded for that date in the river

    What the dead fish on imgur likely is:
    Carcasses dump

    Maybe someone from the area has more information on it?
    I think It is fairly natural for some fish to find a bad branch of the river and die. But maybe agriculture or pesticides are involved.
    What causes the difference in appearance of the dead fish?

  28. scpat says:

    This video is apparently going viral in recent days

    This made me think about how, even in ‘innocent’ things like board games, children are being conditioned from a very young age to accept the theft of their earnings (taxes), or other propaganda and conditioning of the state. Very insidious.

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