Corbett Report Radio 018 - Who is Behind the Occupy Movement with Lawrence McCurry

11/24/20117 Comments

Tonight we talk to Lawrence McCurry of about his recent article, "Who is behind the control of the Occupy Toronto Movement?" Join us as we peek behind the curtain of the facilitators, the hand signs and the people's mic to ask if there is an organized control behind this movement, and if so, to what end?

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  1. Duck says:

    This was very interesting… I will post a link to the Farm interview of a couple of folks talking on similar issues. I kinda find This guy more serious and level headed then the folks interviewed on the link below but its an interesting addition I think.

    • nosoapradio says:

      I’m glad you directed attention back to this podcast. I think it’s timely with all of the protests taking place now. I also have more affinity with the ideas expressed by the interviewee in this Corbett Report radio show than with those of the farmpodcast link. But it’s interesting to see what people on the inside, who were organizing Occupy, have to say about why it largely “failed”.

      And listening to the farmpodcast people, I think you can get some deep insight as to why it failed: not exclusively in the reasons they give, but in the way they speak about it:

      -designating “bad people”
      -their personal biases against various groups and concluding that they weren’t there in “good faith”. It’s certainly true that some weren’t but I’m afraid their vision as to who was or wasn’t is (understandably) clouded by personal biases, religious or otherwise.
      An example: they found the “End the Fed” crowd (and conspiracy theorists) as a whole to be undesirables.

      They did pinpoint some key problems such as the slogan itself “We are the 99%”. The 99% being so vast and diverse that they couldn’t unite together with common demands, analyses of problems and thus solutions.
      Would seem that the Yellow Vest movement had many of the same problems with their demands being very wide-ranging and often so sweeping as to be unfulfillable, though they eventually tried to remedy that I believe;

      But the general description of the dynamics involved (social media, particularly twitter, as central to communication, and the outgrowth of personalities who enjoy high profiles today, was a genuine attempt at a concrete analysis… Interesting to note that the movement was an incubator or generator for some of today’s icons and pundits.

      I certainly agree that a thorough autopsy of this movement would be vital. I’m afraid that such an examination would lead to the ultimate lesson that everyone must act individually following their own conscience and hope that collectively these actions converge.

      At any rate, the bigger the movement, the lower the chances of reaching agreements on key issues.

      Unless maybe you have a single very clear unanimous message such as


      interesting McCurry’s evocation of “controlled opposition” and hogging the people’s mic as symbolic for icons such as Assange (who in fact had purportedly taken credit for this movement as he definitely had for the Tunisian movement that triggered the Arab Spring.)

      These icons of controlled opposition such as Assange and Snowden (as a personal opinion of course), like the Occupy movement, are a necessary feature of (illusory) democracies to mitigate and tranquilize justified disgust and revolt and to maintain the further illusion of free speech while fishing for real potential threats to the status quo…
      I’ve never digested Assange’s remarks concerning 9/11 and the 9/11 Truth movement.

      • Duck says:

        “…like the Occupy movement, are a necessary feature of (illusory) democracies to mitigate and tranquilize justified disgust and revolt..”

        I heared, but neither of the podcasts mention it, that the UN Lucis Trust , a Theosophist/Lucifarian organization that helps run the World Council of Churches shared the office address of the people that Incorporated Occupy. hmn… can find the original video on her channel so I will post this.

        I kinda think thats what the hippie movement was to, a controllable creation, at least after reading “Werid scenes in Laural Canyon” by Dave Mcgowan. He was really cool to listen to.
        The Bolsheviks were also in the pay of US Bankers and Industrialists (one of whom ALSO funded John Browns Raid on Harper’s Ferry) Acc to Dr Spences book “Wallstreet and the Bolshevik revolution” (He’s been kinda scrubbed from Youtube) which makes Antifa being in the corporate pocket more understandable to me…. even Trotsky had an Uncle who was a millionaire Banker.

    • Duck says:

      Bad News… TheFarm podcast is no longer on podbean.
      I think he had some tech issues with them and he went Patreon only as far as I know
      The guy who did most of the podcasts has a blog.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    On October 6, 2011, members of “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” and “End the Fed” rode the coat-tails of Occupy Dallas.

    OCCUPY DALLAS and “9/11 Truth”
    Many PHOTOS

    “Lessons Learned from 9/11 Truth”
    A wonderful strategy that our group often utilized was to ride the coat-tails of another organized event (e.g. anti-war demonstrations, End the Fed events, JFK Lancer events, MLK parades.)
    It takes tremendous energy to organize and promote an event. Also, sometimes at self-organized events, mostly the choir turns out.
    This approach of our group to ride along with other events turned out to be very successful. We reached a wide audience.

    Around the 36 minute mark of the audio, James eludes to the value which events like “Occupy” can offer.

    • Duck says:


      That was an interesting read, thanks… though I pretty much skimmed (will come back later) what stuck out was the discussion on “MASKS” , lol, …. which were I guess the V for Vendetta / Guy Fawks masks.

      I wonder if those masks were a trial for the coof mask as an annihilation of individuality and induction into the new Public Religion? Extinction Rebellion was very into dress up to now I think of it.

      This whole thing has been doing an Egregore thing for a while now and I can’t help but wonder if its gonna flip a switch into manifestation… HA… look a wikipedia, the “Woke” movement is well named 😉

      “..Egregore (also spelled egregor; from French égrégore, from Ancient Greek ἐγρήγορος, egrēgoros > > ‘wakeful’) < < is an occult concept representing a distinct non-physical entity that arises from a collective group of people. Historically, the concept referred to angelic beings, or watchers, and the specific rituals and practices associated with them, namely within Enochian traditions.[1] …"

      Hmn… now I think of it that also sounds very 'Chris Knowles' with his MKultraterestrials

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