Deprogramming Note

04/21/202242 Comments


Good things come to those who wait . . .

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I know what he means.

  2. padraig says:

    can’t believe he’s retiring. bummer. but phoenix is a lovely community. it’s nice to see someone able to sit back and enjoy the fruits of their labour before becoming downright dottering. thx for everything sir! enjoy your iced tea and yellow trousers! you’ve earned it! if i may quote bill casey….’the corbett report has been our second most effective tool in the struggle for the minds of men’.

  3. Octium says:

    New projects?

    A handbag made from Bill Gates’s skin?

    Given past Corbett Report projects it’s probably very unlikely but you can live in hope!

    Actually, correction, a laptop bag would be more appropriate.

    • Duck says:

      “…Bill Gates’s skin?..”

      Gross dude… why would you want to risk contact with any part of BillGates?

      Human skin might be used to bind the odd book but its utter rubbish for making things like bags.. nor, for that matter is it suitable for gloves or lampshades.

  4. pkadams says:

    He has said he is going to do more documentaries and also compile certain things into a podcast. There are only so many hours in the day! Good for you, James. Prioritize. And don’t forget the wife and kids!

  5. Unmani says:

    From my view, no explanation necessary! It’s unrealistic and unfair for people to expect one person to do everything James does (short content, written blogs, interviews, solutions, world news, documentaries, family life, etc.) at the speed and work-volume of a robot.

    I, for one, treasure that James is a human being, and not a robot or psychopath, so welcome him to take as much time as he needs from posting content on a day to day basis.

    I love doing my part to support whatever tasks James is doing in the world, or at home, not only in gratitude for what he is able to provide us on a current basis but also in gratitude for his extensive archived material which woke me up to reality (ouch!!) with exactly the type of high-quality information and academic tone which speaks to my heart.

    With all the tireless work he’s done for us since 2007 (?), he’s always now in a state of “having done enough.”

    Thank you!!!

    • christine1 says:

      very well said: “I, for one, treasure that James is a human being, and not a robot or psychopath, so welcome him to take as much time as he needs from posting content on a day to day basis.”
      all the comment is good.
      Thank you Unmani
      Thank you James

  6. Dalesco says:

    It’s no bad news to me actually as I didn’t have enough time to watch or read everything James produced.

  7. kalley says:

    I agree with Unmani. Thanks James.

  8. HyperSimian says:

    Thank you for your hardwork and dedication.

  9. eike says:

    I don’t mind the break from new content. I am catching up with the 9/11 content that only recently started to interest me. 🙂

  10. proeft says:

    I am looking forward to your next projects. I recommend everyone take the Corbett Report documentary course to become well informed.

  11. paul823 says:

    Thanks James, sounds like a good plan. 🙂

  12. ztaco says:

    James, there’s nothing I want more from you, at the moment, other than the WWII doc. I am biting my nails at the anticipation of it ever since the cliff-hanger after the WWI doc. Please, I need to see your educated take on it and people’s responses to it. Thanks for the hard work and taking a much-needed break to finish projects. You the man, keep er’ going

  13. PhildWithMalice says:

    I’m so glad I was taught that good things come to those who wait. Patiently waiting, questioning everything, preparing for hopefully nothing.

  14. phalaen says:

    hello all. just wanted to share this artistically rendered story of our time with a positive spin from RC the Rapper and Jordan Shingoose.

    “And I know no matter where I roam
    I’m watched and loved from high above
    I’m not alone”

    Love to all. Miss you JC.

    • Unmani says:

      I can’t tell you how grateful I am that you posted the link to this song. I’ve listened to it twice and just cried with joyful-heart pain. Thank you!

      I’m going to share this as much as I can with my currently limited reach.

      Love right back at you!! <3

    • vadoum says:

      got me.

      first, thanks unmani, for the well put props for James. the 4 “T’s” apply: these things take time. I was struggling to keep up with the volume of content (The aus economy is geared to make people spin wheels hard to be ones own boss), what happened to “down time”? I’m about 60 and cant seem to find any anywhere?

      second, thanks phalaen for that song link. Music has the power to downdress the worst charlatan, or at least switch on those who still have a capacity to feel but may have forgotten about it.

      The end of that video inspired this post: I dreamt last night, that people marched in throngs towards capitol type building, throngs entered and picked up the “misleaders and carried them out, screaming and kicking, police stood by but did not act,,, and then a group of 5? elderly women, they were “grandmothers”,, walked up and in and began the task of deciding how to look after the people,, dreaming fades. The elder lady at the end of that video brought the memory of the dream back. bit idealistic, and sort of platonic (the beneficent dictator model), but I reckon it could be a healthier direction/next obvious step for our hurling mango spaceship earth species management

  15. allcomp says:

    Good on ya James. Stay frosty and stay healthy. Looking forward to what you have in store. Which reminds me…

    I got a sneaking hunch that maybe – just maybe, you might be working on something that might have to do with the Intelligence Agency complex/apparatus here in the U.S.? They seem to be involved in just about — everything these days, don’t they. And I scarcely think for our betterment… Why, they’re even present to cordon off inquiring minds after a truck spill of vaccines on a roadway… Who would have ever thought…

  16. hellofriend says:

    I agree with the quality over quantity approach. Take as much time as you need. I’m looking forward for when False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda — Part 3 is completed. The first 2 were outstanding and connected a lot of dots for me about the real history leading up to 9/11. Thank you.

  17. Cody says:

    Thanks James, take all the time you need. Thise ‘Who is Bill Gates’, ‘Hopium’, and ‘History of Al Qaida’ documentaries are the stuff of legends and most productive journalists hope to bring out 1 in a carreer. And you have brought out more than 5 already.

    Gives us time to catch up on #solutionswatch and RE-watching important episodes. ‘Survival currency’ is one I keep coming back to to get my head around it.

    I’ll up my sub to €10 a month, hope we all do that too. Help James make his millions of bouillon!

    Thanks James, Do your thing, we’ll be here.

  18. So says:

    Thank you James for letting us know and may the force be with you on these projects. It gives me time to appreciate your content made in the past decade or so, that is still extremely relevant to today issues from what I’ve seen so far. Thanks for that.

  19. lekp says:

    👍. I’m busy, busy in my garden now anyway. I’ll definitely continue to send my support.

  20. radek.p says:

    Sitting tight. Have fun!

  21. mik says:

    How perfectly despicable


    and the song is …….Angel of Death…….just perfect, can’t beat it

    but it’s just a prank 🙁 🙁

  22. padraig says:

    hot off the press, er, the interwebs i ‘spose. intercepted brock’s suggested playlist email to james. dated 18 avril, 2122. bingo! proofs! fucking grove will be insane with professional angst. hehe. i offered him the scoop for the book collection. he hesitated for 12 seconds and i slammed that door shut! mofo. next time be a little more eager….

    by the general tone i’m assuming they have inside info on an eminent conflagration. likely by 8 am. EST. sorry for the bad news.


  23. ksw says:

    I couldn’t help but think….
    Given the title “deprogramming”
    That it’s a play on what now seems like constant programming of the current thing.

    I certainly think I’ve been bounced around these last two years, more than ever

  24. Cat D says:

    Looking forward to whatever is in the pipeline James. Thank you for all your work.

  25. seraph says:

    Do what you must, sir! Can’t wait to see what you’re working on.

  26. nosoapradio says:

    I’m wondering if it’s an “all roads lead to Rome” sorta thing:

    if all the anxiously awaited sequels will flow into a single Epic epilogue for all colossal Corbett prequels.

    The World War series flowing into the Al Qaeda flowing into Big Oil into Big Sustainable Agenda 2030/50 into the Federal Reserve CBDCs and Single Sign On Biometric Social Credit Accounts and

    and… I kinda lost track of my idea… But all tributaries do currently seem to be flowing back to Rome in the form of the UN public/private partnership between the Senate and the Corporate Peoplehood of Rome à la SPQR:

    Actually, idle Sunday mornings just make me feel like clacking the Corbett keyboard.

    • Duck says:

      Read the “Jewish Revolutionary Spirit’ by Dr Jones over at culture wars magazine of you want to know where all roads lead to 🙂

      Big shout out to ‘degenerate moderns’ and ‘libido dominandi’ though….the more history you read the more you see it’s the same story

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