Did Russia Just Undergo Regime Change?

01/26/202068 Comments

Good morning, students. It’s time for Media Literacy 101. Are you sitting comfortably? Then let’s begin.

Have you ever heard of Betteridge’s Law of Headlines? It is a journalistic maxim, formulated by Ian Betteridge, holding that “any headline which ends in a question mark can be answered by the word ‘no.'”

So let’s apply that rule to a randomly selected example. For instance, if you see a headline like “Did Russia Just Undergo Regime Change?” you can answer that question, “No, Mr. Journalist Man, Russia did not just undergo regime change.”

See? Simple.

Keep that in mind as you scan the MSM for coverage about the remarkable events that just took place in Russia (Al Jazeera, Daily Beast, I’m looking at you.)

So what did just happen in Russia? Let’s take a closer look, shall we?

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  1. manbearpig says:

    Don’t know why but my (utterly ignorant on this point) “spidey sense” pricked up at two points in this article:

    Here: “enshrining the supremacy of the Russian constitution over all international treaties and obligations;”

    and here: “Thus all the talk about the multipolar world order and building a new system guided by the UN charter.”

    Makes me wonder what formidable international treaty lies on the low horizon that this Russian Joker card may be reserved for…

    just some silly superficial spidey-sense speculation…

    now back to activities that actually require some mildly rigorous thought… ugh, exhausting…

    • phreedomphile says:

      Hello, MBP, please excuse me for bouncing off your comment.

      Regarding your first point on “enshrining the supremacy of the Russian constitution over all international treaties and obligations”. There’s Russia’s overt loss of sovereignty which was apparent with Agenda 21 implementation in the 90s, followed by an invasion of western multinational corporations with Summers at the forefront (1), this continued as I observed myself tracking the trend from a tip here on Corbett Report (2), and has been greatly accelerating the past few years with the privatization of Rosneft, lots of public infrastructure, and essential resources. These are back door methods of instituting the NWO system outside of government systems through fascist deep capture. Finally, the creation of the EEU regionalism project overlays on top of this as a clone to the EU, GCC, etc, but it’s being sold as an expression of emergence of a “multi polar world” as though Technocracy and world government have nothing to do with it. Same with the Brick Road Initiative, lots of UN meddling, privatization on steroids, and a cherry on top: Erik Prince working for China to train BRI mercenaries (3).

      As for Putin’s expression of concerns about lower fertility rates, it’s curious that the Kremlin is rushing to put in 5G infrastructure despite the hugely detrimental effects observed in rodents given standard human EMF exposure levels, sterile by the third generation. On a deeper level, Putin’s sentiment doesn’t match what Canadian researcher Kevin Galalae unearthed regarding an apparent US-Russia joint depopulation project that has moved in tandem for decades (4).

      Betteridge again x 2. Is it possible the bankster-run pyramid cap elites have abandoned their goals stated on the Georgia Guidestones? Will Russia’s “vertical of power” structure now break down (or merely organize for eventual authoritarian technocracy)? …answer hint: Xi reflects the global trend shifting towards greater centralization of power, not less

      1)paullikoudis.wordpress(dot)com/2011/03/24/the-plunder-of-russia-in-the-1990s/
      2)newworldorderg20.wordpress(dot)com : Good Cop Bad Cop – Putin and the West
      3)qz(dot)com/957704/the-american-mercenary-behind-blackwater-is-helping-china-establish-the-new-silk-road/
      4)globalfreedommovement(dot)org/has-russia-abandoned-genocide/

      • manbearpig says:

        Hey 2Ph! Can’t thank you enough for synthesizing once again many diverse points for me that I’d picked up straggling here and there over the years but never put together into some coherent picture. Very provocative leads here that I must explore after this ultra crazy brain-squatting period of January cools down so to speak!
        A sincere thanks for the links and the observations! Hope to bounce back off them myself one day soon!
        Be Well!

        • phreedomphile says:

          You’re most welcome! Thank you for your thought provoking questions and observations. Always an honor and a pleasure comparing notes.

          Take care and see ya again sometime around the campfire. 😉

    • manbearpig says:

      pppwwwwwwffffffff!!!!! hiccup!
      Excellent!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      zyxzevn
      Great find!

      (me personally, I think Epstein is dead.)

      • manbearpig says:

        I think that debating whether Epstein is dead or alive at this point in time

        might be like arguing about what brought the towers down on 9/11

        rather than insisting on the more essential fact that those attacks are, to this day, an uninvestigated crime.

        It would seem to be a rather superfluos detail compared with the deeper questions of who he was exactly and what he was actually doing for whom; prostitution as cover-up for even deeper systemic corruption or not for example.

        This is not a criticism of my most esteemed and favourite journalist

        but a comment on the relative importance of the question itself within the essential mystery of what exactly Epstein represented as a cog in the machinery of the reigning deep state powers.

        And, on second thought, I suspect that Mr Corbett regards it as an idle question that just might even relaunch constructive investigation into the matter amongst thoughtful Corbett Report subscribers.

        these remarks once again gratuitously offered in a profound spirit of … procrastination…. 😯

      • zyxzevn says:

        I also think Epstein died, as we can see
        clear images of his strangled body.
        If he wanted to disappear, he could just have stayed with Maxine.

        It seems he got enough enemies. But probably someone high
        got triggered that got him arrested.

        The conspiracy that he is alive, is interesting, though.
        As if a certain group has to one-up the clear murder.

        Manipulation the crowd

        Someone is manipulating the conspiracy crowd far too easy.
        And this is really worrying.

        I see this one-up structure in many different crimes.

        Start 1. Nasa is not fair with pictures and data
        Up 2. Nasa hides evidence on aliens
        Up 3. Nasa was never on the moon.
        Up 4. Nasa is faking everything
        Up 5. Nasa hides that Earth is flat.
        Up 6. Reality is a complete illusion (Matrix)
        Up 7. Aliens control our reality (Scientology)

        In similar sense with the 3 WTC towers, where we see clear
        demolition. This has clearly been proven, with a good
        scientific basis.
        But the weird conspiracies about energy weapons and no-planes
        and nukes and UFOs are very dominant.
        It is also very hard for people to accept that many high-level
        US people (and some scientists) were involved in this crime.
        And that they could use basic well-known tools to do this job.

        The problem of this one-up structure, is that it attracts
        psychologically unstable people. Their chaos and logical fallacies
        making the actual evidence for a crime less clear.

        Conspiracy is a default criminal structure

        A crime usually involves more people.
        A team of thieves is picking the pockets of tourists, not one.
        For this small crime there is team-building, trust, lots-of-training,
        tools, passage, observation, planning, setup, opportunity,
        distraction,action, diversion, cover-up, hiding-goods,
        spreading-confusion, evidence-destruction,
        transport-of-goods, sale-of-goods, money-laundry, pay-off.

        So a big crime is logically most likely a conspiracy.

        And it is funny that most people that follow the mainstream
        do not even understand that basic logic.
        Like “some guy picked my pockets..”

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          “In similar sense with the 3 WTC towers, where we see clear
          demolition. This has clearly been proven, with a good
          scientific basis.
          But the weird conspiracies about energy weapons and no-planes
          and nukes and UFOs are very dominant.”

          Yes it’s true we see clear demolition with a good scientific basis.
          But why reject nukes being used to demolish the buildings as a “weird conspiracy”?

          • alexandre says:

            I know that James thinks Dr Judy Wood is not very trustworthy, but her Qui Tam case is apparently something objective to at least consider.

            http://www.drjudywood.com/wp/court-case-qui-tam/

            Why not also have many techniques at once? That would confuse everybody and make them fight one another – “it was energy weapon”, “NO, it was demolition!” “NO, nuclear demolition!”, which is apparently what happened.

            • Fawlty Towers says:

              Multiple demolition techniques were employed on 9/11 to bring the towers down.
              However D.E.W. (directed energy weapons) was not one of them. No evidence exists for them.

              Nuclear devices. Check
              Conventional demolition techniques. Check.
              Thermite. Check.

              The above techniques were used to get the job done, not to confuse everybody!

              • candlelight says:

                Nuclear devices. Check. ?

                ?

                I didn’t know there was evidence of nuclear devices. What were the Geiger-counters reading?

                Thermite, yes. Check.

                Conventional demolition techniques. I suppose. Why not?

                I used to think Judy Wood and directional energy devices were a bit much. But, not anymore. You say there’s no evidence for DEW. If DEW was used, what would be the evidence for it, and wouldn’t Wood have needed some evidence to make her case, besides the photos seemingly, or arguably, showing the towers looking like they’re practically turning to dust?

                I think she does have a point.

                It’s sort of like the concept of airplane drones back in 2001. Hmm, an airplane drone? Oh, they have those?

                Now fast forward. Drones? Fucking everywhere.

                2001: Directed energy Weaponry? What the fuck is that? Sounds like bullshit.

                Fast forward: 2020. Google it. Articles galore.

                Here’s just one:

                https://www.airforcemag.com/directed-energy-weapons-move-closer-to-prime-time/

                They say, the weapons systems being worked on today we don’t find out for 30 years.

                So, 9/11 was 19 yrs ago.

                So, Wood’s position isn’t that far out.

                But, I agree with others, the manner of destruction is secondary to the why of the destruction.

              • alexandre says:

                Well, my thing with 911 is more personal, and irrelevant in the practical political arena, so I wouldn’t get into the bowels of the how. It’s just a fascinating thing and I’ll never forget the thought I had when seeing it on TV: “That can’t be”. That was simply impossible, for those things to come down like that? No way, still it was happening, so now what? You forcibly had your mind blown, enlarged, fucked up. When the impossible becomes possible, what do you do with all your mental structure? Someone said it was the ultimate work of art, some philosopher I can’t remember the name. Things like that, which I call irrelevant for the practical investigation of what happened and why. But…I agree with Candlelight and still think Judy Wood has something and shouldn’t be so quickly disregarded, specially with the court case.

              • Fawlty Towers says:

                candlelight says: 01/28/2020 at 5:11 pm

                “Nuclear devices. Check. ?”

                If you have some spare time, please read my post here at this link.
                https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1378-james-corbett-on-voluntaryism-and-conspiracies/#comment-54670

                “I didn’t know there was evidence of nuclear devices. What were the Geiger-counters reading?”

                The evidence of nuclear devices including radiation are included in the above link.

                “Conventional demolition techniques. I suppose. Why not?”

                The start of the WTC7 collapse made use of conventional explosives.

                “I used to think Judy Wood and directional energy devices were a bit much. But, not anymore. You say there’s no evidence for DEW. If DEW was used, what would be the evidence for it, and wouldn’t Wood have needed some evidence to make her case, besides the photos seemingly, or arguably, showing the towers looking like they’re practically turning to dust?”

                Early on, like many others, I was seduced by Judy Wood. I became a DEW disciple. But that seduction was short-lived.

                The DEW weapons that Dr. Wood has been promoting for over a decade are of the Star Wars variety.

                Yes Dr. Wood would have needed some evidence of DEW’s to make her case.
                To date she hasn’t provided any (not the Star Wars kind).

                To her credit, DEW’s were used on 9/11, just not the kind she has been telling us about.
                The nuclear devices situated beneath each of towers WTC1, WTC2 and WTC7 were powerful nuclear energy weapons, directed in an upwards direction.

    • alexandre says:

      Ole E shit. Corbett already got me laughing my ass off, and now this Haddid Nahkil Muhssef!! Oh, my salts!

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Reminds me of the great Osage Chief here in Oklahoma
        IdaWannaKilYu ForDat. And his 3/4 arm step brother Laftaadef.

        This is my kinda News Organization. Mkey where’s that double-down $ subscriber button?

    • wylie1 says:

      LMAO! …and may become tru-ish…

  2. Libertydan says:

    I found this link with a 6 min… video that makes several points as to why Epstein is still alive.
    Make of it what you will. It is only about 6 min.
    Note that this guy in the video has not been fooled by the JFK Coup and Cover-up, nor the MLK CIA/FBI killing and cover-up (this was proven in Court), nor the 9/11/01 False-Flag Events and Cover-ups.

    https://www.amtvmedia.com/epstein-still-alive-confirmed-cia-mossad-asset-mission-accomplished/

    • manbearpig says:

      Wow that was fun! So maybe Epstein’s doing high fives with Timothy McVeigh?
      And I’m not even really ironic here.
      Maybe some high-profile people’s deaths ARE staged once they’ve accomplished their missions as Timothy McVeigh and plausibly, Jeffrey Epstein have.

      Anyhow, short of some intense and prolonged 24/7 investigation I don’t really see how anyone can prove otherwise.

      but that’s why I’m still cranking the hamsterwheel at 10 bucks and hour and not cracking major enigmas like Mr Corbett is as the content of this most venerable website can attest to.

      So, anyhow, Libertydan, have you by any chance seen that Brazilian movie Bacurau?
      No? and The Circle? or Captain Phillips? I Am Mother? or the 4th season of Mr. Robot?? Black Mirror???
      nah, just joshin’ ya… 😉

    • alexandre says:

      Maybe it’s the lasting effects of Haadid Nahkil Muhssef, but I started laughing like a madman when the AM guy said “the largest coverup in world history”. World history?? Oh, man…I’m in tears.

      Corbett ended up raising up a very philosophical question: how do we know something? I agree with MBP that it’s kind of a waste of time, and further more, shouldn’t we be talking about Putin?

      • manbearpig says:

        “…I agree with MBP that it’s kind of a waste of time…”

        Actually, I rescinded that insinuation by saying that attempting to answer that somewhat lesser question could lead to more relevant discoveries such as who he was messin’ with besides very pretty young women and to what end. What greater corruption was the Prince Andrew scandal masking? What was that glitzy Orgy Island a cover for, if anything?

        • alexandre says:

          Well, I’ll try to defend your insinuation because at this point it should be well established that governing elites, and their masters, are satanists without a homeland etc, so what could be relevant in that regard? Let’s say it’s discovered that Trump was there doing weird things to children. What would happen? A revolution? Impeachment? Then what? Are we thinking “a few rotten apples” again? Governments are a systemic cancer, I think that’s a given by now. “Scandals” are related to the system, memes and virals; they reinforce one another, as stated by….oh my memory, who was it, GBW? Or you? Then even if something “big” should happen, the demolition of this system to make way for another is already in the plans, with Technocracy waiting in the back, no? It’s just another red hering. Hearing? Haring? Heering? A wee fish?

          Sorry I just woke up.

          I like the way Patrick Wood didn’t even blink with the Iran thing and kept the focus on Technocracy.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Hello again! another room full of the Corblett Reporteers;
            As 👴🐻🐷 is always saying ” just joshing”. But I do want to take a second and say Art imitates Life. As far as the Royals are concerned, the protection and enforcement arm is deadly even if they wear 3 piece suits. A prime example; from an almost documentary film of 1970. Its all Performance. Not forget the axiom(?) ” Licensed to Kill, 007″ You can’t cry cause you have been sufficiently warned.

            https://youtu.be/lP0zsWupANs

            • alexandre says:

              Heard the song, can’t understand anything because of the guitar on the left. Sorry, I don’t get it. Yo burro.

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              Oops this makes no sense cause I loaded the wrong thing. Im no witch or donkey? just an idiot on a wheel with no time to edit.
              The movie Performance, was a cultural blip but I always thought it was about The Monarchy even though no one at the time dared make any comparison to the real criminal power in England. The imagery was penetrating and the story speaks to power. You could in a broad sense apply this to just about any state boogy-man. But as a kid i assumed the perverse nature of the story rolled down from the top. Imagery and conditioning the cinema viewer for the future plans of state. Programming. Art imitates life.

              https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Performance_(film)

              https://youtu.be/T3qgmVb4-kU

              • alexandre says:

                Ok, now it makes sense. Thanks. Didn’t know that one. Yes, another one for the programming collection. Made me think of McGowan’s “Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon”. (Would be interesting to make connections to England, MI5 etc). Yesterday, after watching Steven Tyler on Joe Rogan I also thought of that a lot. I can’t watch these guys anymore, after McGowan, without wondering a lot. It makes too much sense. The ramifications are so troubling though, for people my age, that I didn’t find too many people willing to take that story seriously. Life dictates art, I would suggest. Art dictates life? I’m confused again.

                What do you mean by “cultural blip”? my English fails….

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex, at the time of its release, the baby boomers were at there peak in numbers and herd movement . They were the bop on the herd mentality radar. Everyone was talking about it. Jigger, Mtv first video ect…

                What do I know , nada. 1968- 1970.big targets

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Jezzz! This spell check drives me crazy. Bop = blip.
                Jigger= Jagger
                You are right about life dictating art and when someone like Rockefeller driving the future forward in his dictates, direction and deviations, Art that dictates Life is pure propaganda.
                Who came to Brazil and influenced culture. Victor Vasarely came to Venezuela in the 60s. Also social realism was pushed. I recall you mentioning Dali but I don’t know much else about Brazil.

                Victor Vasarely https://g.co/kgs/JPWKUU
                And me professor Jose M. Rosales.
                José Manuel Ramírez Rosales https://g.co/kgs/6PLXfs

          • candlelight says:

            alexandre,

            It was me. I said that. The body-politic and viral memes being mutually symbiotic, self-sustaining, etc., etc. And in thinking more about it, it definitely seems true.

            The fallacy of the body-politic meme, where even progressive talking heads like Thom Hartmann (who annoys the fuck out of me, because he acts and sounds like an absolute elitist know-it-all pompous bastard) knowingly or unknowingly promulgate the illusion via the body-politic metaphor, that State/Statehood can be “fixed”, made healthy, if only this, that, yadayadayada could be changed, purged, injected, etc.,etc., etc. to form a more-perfect-union.

            But, how do you change a three-headed, wig wearing alien into a perfect body-politic??
            LOL

            • alexandre says:

              But, how do you change a three-headed, wig wearing alien into a perfect body-politic??

              You rob them of their wigs!

              Thom Hartmann – the two things that appeared when I looked him up was a TED talk and him on Democracy Now, so there you go. Don’t know him. I really quit the mainstream, TV etc years ago and know absolutely nothing if I don’t see it here, or TSM, or P.Wood. Those are my three sole sources, and my sister who sometimes brief me on what’s going on on Facebook – which I have to say is not all that globalized. Everything I ask her about, say Epstein or Douma, she never heard and didn’t see anything on Facebook. I wonder if this “connectivity” thing is yet another illusion.

              Talking of mainstream, yesterday I wasted 2 and a half hours watching Steven Tyler on Joe Rogan. Question: is Joe Rogan supposed to be the mainstream version of the word “alternative”? They say “fuck” a lot, so maybe that’s the sign that it’s not mainstream..? Sudden idea: Would we like to see James Corbett on Joe Rogan? That’d be a good one, eh?

              • cooly says:

                alexandre-

                James Corbett on Rogan’s podcast?
                Sure, why not. I’ve seen a few of his podcasts and he seems to be a guy who is very smart (top-level stand up comics tend to be), open minded, and curious. He likes to have conversations with people who he can learn from. You never know who his guest will be, or the topic.
                Corbett might have to be a bit patient at times, it would be like an apple having a conversation with an orange. Two very different guys. With what Corbett would be schooling him on, Joe might need to have a drink or light up a joint (he does that on his pod, if you didn’t know).
                Lastly, think of the exposure for Corbett: Rogan’s podcast is (from what I read) the second most watched podcast in the world. And they are two and three hours long. Of course, that would require James to come to the US………….

              • alexandre says:

                Wow, didn’t think of that, James having to go to the US. Indeed. I guess we’ll have to do without that then.

                Interesting what you say about Rogan, and I agree, it’s hard not to see these things. Still… my little needle keeps moving when I watch him. It’s still “acceptable” and safe – meaning for the mainstream world. That means that he never crossed the line – the verboten line. Smoking jojnts and saying “fuck” a lot only means that you are absolutely free (really free) to do whatever you want as long as you don’t know certain things. Once you know, you’re automatically catapulted. Rogan wasn’t catapulted, so he’s still in that free zone where you really can do whatever you want.

                (Interesting point suddenly arises: is true freedom only possible in ignorance?)

                But anyway, I don’t know. I cannot imagine Corbett there. Either it would be cancelled or he would make James look like a conspiracy nut, which would do more harm than good exactly because of his huge audience. Accepting, for real, taking seriously Corbett’s info would mean such a change for him that he wouldn’t be “acceptable” anymore. So either he would smoke a joint and learn, and get out of the celebrity world for good, or he would make James look ridiculous – to which James would have to reply: “And a man in my position cannot be made to look ridiculous!!” (Sorry about The Godfather quote, I can’t avoid it).

                So, no Rogan, I guess. I wonder what James thinks about Rogan.

          • Skip Tomalou says:

            “…governing elites, and their masters, are satanists without a homeland…”

            Why must you invoke Christianity and make this a religious matter? You do realize, right, that Satan is a Christian deity, and that anyone who aligns with or against Satan is operating within a Christian cosmology? The logical implication is that any utility that Satan offers anyone is – witting or not – a benefit to Vatican Imperial hegemony (who do probably use it to manipulate people.)

            But most run-of-the-mill, everyday satanists think they’re allegiance to the Beast is merely a refute of Christian hypocrisy, or sometimes rather, a worship of the usurped god Saturn (replaced by the Sun in the fall from the Golden Age), sometimes also a worship of the animal body over the imperial mind, an honor to Pan, to Consciousness, to Will, to Understanding, or simply a worship of the world that lies on the other side of the veil… etc. etc.

            Most are not the military intelligence elite pedophile mind-control types who you intend to criticize. These people have no spiritual integrity whatever, and they should not be lumped together with quote unquote Satanists. ‘Real’ self-identified public satanists are mostly misguided Christians who actually mean well.

            Categorical Issues I admit, but potentially harmful to healthy criticism and to true attribution of mal-intent and evil, as it were.

            • alexandre says:

              I didn’t expect the Spanish Inquisition! – I’m kidding. I didn’t expect the term “satanist” or “Satan” to be taken quite so literally. So you’re right. I’m not a Christian and I don’t mean these terms in terms of their cosmology. We can find other terms for that. Psychos, maniacs, lunatic, child-eating psychopaths, disturbed demented sick motherfuckers (sorry the bad word, but it has to be strong – the main reason why we use terms like Satan, Lucifer etc, not because of their meaning in the cosmology, but because they are strong, charged with meanings related to “evil”).

              I don’t mean the military intelligence elite mind-control types. In fact you’re lumping things together there, if I may point that out. Elite is one thing, meaning (here) the unseen up above and beyond class of people who own the world. Military, usually obeying slaves, is the instrument used by the upper unseen kings to oppress and slave whoever is not them. Intelligence seems yet another category, but the main point is something like;
              The world is owned and controlled by these sick psychotic strange maniacs (from our perspective) that don’t have a “homeland”, don’t give a damn about countries and whose commandments operate through obeying and mostly good (and mind-controlled) people below who have no power and are ignorant of how things really work. We can discuss and find an adequate term to describe this upper unseen class of demented kings, but they’re not normal people, and my point there was that discovering that through the Epstein novela would not amount to much because we already know this. (Or should by now). Something like that. I’m not being scientific and precise, it’s all just an “aroma”, an overall feeling of how things are – and I don’t see the value of continuing with scandals like Epestein, that to me look manufactured. Maybe I’m missing something, but that was my point.

              • candlelight says:

                “motherfucker” ….once again, alexandre, a whopping laugh! Thank you!

                Back to Thom Hartmann, for just a brief moment. He’s basically a progressive talking head covering the usual social political topics, in the vein of Democracy Now! On occasion, he’ll be broadcast on WBAI, a NYC radio station.

                I don’t want to belabor this, but Hartmann possesses the most grating, condescending voice I’ve ever heard, anywhere and any place. If you go back to Corbett’s “Going Viral” podcast, there’s a very short clip of him slavishly using the body politic meme. Watch him as he impatiently waits for “Bob”, some guy who called into the station. Thom had to wait about a split second too long for his liking, and intones “Bob?” with the most ungracious, over-the-top arrogant condescension, as if the caller was wasting too much of this man’s incredibly precious time.

                Anyway, being in Brazil, you obviously don’t get WBAI, but, I’d like to turn you on to it, as they can be found Online. WBAI is probably about as left as radio can get without being conspiratorially centric. Although, depending on the program, they have called out 9/11 as an inside job, to be sure. Supposedly, they’re completely listener sponsored and commercial free, and have been around for 60 years. I, myself, can remember listening to them as a young teenager railing against the Vietnam War, which to my young mind was deliciously subversive.

                You do seem to have a discerning nose for when “Truth” comes to shove, so please, feel free to check it out and let me know what you think. They have extensive archives:

                https://www.wbai.org/

                While you’re in there, one of my most listened to people is Gary Null. Check him out,too. Corbett knows well of him, certainly, and on the occasional broadcast, Null has played audio clips of Corbett’s work. So, that’s Corbett going out on the NYC airwaves. Which, man, if you think about it, is pretty cool.

              • candlelight says:

                Oops! A slight misquote…“…motherfuckers…” , plural. 🙂

              • candlelight says:

                While I’m at it….

                There was discussion about Joe Rogan, and I agree with you about the “fuck” language and doobies don’t exactly get to anything much underlying, other than what is more or less acceptable. Nothing earthshaking. In fact, it’s almost like a comfortable cult of personality smoke screen signifying….nothing.

                I know I’m being too harsh on this dude, but, I’m pass the mustard – to borrow your imagery – on his level of self-love. I can’t watch him for very long. I’m just not that cool, what can I say?

              • alexandre says:

                “…motherf****rs…”
                Stop saying that! Corbett will call our attention. Language, kids! Language.

                I’m to tired now, but later I’ll reply better. Gary Null – yes, fantastic. Will check the WBAI thing, thank you.

  3. hanky says:

    oFF SUBJECT

    Has censorship moved suddenly and severely against large mainstream media outlets?

    All the videos on this searchpage are still 1 to 10 seconds long. Some say that on the thumbnail, some say the original length, over 30 minutes, but only last a second when you click on them. Isn’t this severe escalation of censorship the huge story?
    https://www.google.com/search?q=laura+ingraham+1/23/2020&client=firefox-b-1-d&source=lnms&tbm=vid&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiKpevW3KHnAhVSV80KHb0IAKQQ_AUoA3oECAsQBQ&biw=1536&bih=722

  4. mik says:

    Epstein dead or alive is not important question.
    Important fact is that with him being retired all his misdeeds go down the drain.

    Nevertheless, if I try to answer I would not search for evidence because there is most probably none, except those very suspicious photos. Spooks most probably perfected retirement process and I don’t expect glitches.
    The only tool then left is informed speculation.
    Probably is easier to kill someone, definitely it is a more thorough solution.
    On the other hand, he was not an average prankster, he was original gangster, also not a rat as I know, therefore he might also been retired, nicely, with appropriate number of orgasms for his needs and capabilities.

    • cooly says:

      mik-

      I am in agreement with the points you make. Whether he is dead or alive is irrelevant, except maybe to Epstein.
      The “evidence” that he is dead is sketchy at best, and the presupposition put forth by the media that he is dead, now let’s debate about the details, makes you suspicious. It’s classic misdirection of the public’s attention. And you are correct about there not likely being any evidence to be seen that he is still alive. Why would there be? As you said, they’ve been doing this for a while. McVeigh, Ken Lay. Others.
      Glitches? Well they can happen. But they have the Mockingbird Media in case there is a problem.
      Was he a rat, a snitch, a grass? How would I know. I don’t have inside information on that. But what I see here is most likely the same old thing. It’s time for you to vanish. Too much attention. Embarrassing. So now you vanish, and you will be well taken care of.

  5. michael.bc says:

    “Putin is just another politician who, like every other politician, believes that some magical process grants him the power to tax, rule and manage the nation. And, like any would-be ruler, he’s not trying to upend the system in any fundamental sense; he simply wants a better seat at the mahogany table.”

    Even taking into account James your anarchists distaste and disdain for all politicians I would seriously beg to differ. Putin is not just ‘a’ another politician. He is clearly by all historical assessments an absolutely unique leader of his people; and there’s a big difference even if one idealistically dislikes everything about states, governments, leaders. And no he didn’t almost single handedly drag Russia up out of the cesspit that the west sunk it into in the 90’s and then restore its identity, purpose and national self respect simply because it ‘granted him the power to tax, rule and manage the nation’.

    If you take it that there are those who, whilst still holding with the ‘detested’ idea of the state, the nation, the need for a cohesive and powerful centre to make and direct the destiny and prosperity of the ‘people’ it ‘serves, then in the history of such types there have been perhaps a handful – literally – of those men in history who could stand square with Putin in terms of their integrity, resolve, brilliance and ‘public service’. The list of his achievements is breathtaking, not least his absolute respect for difference, for the 100+ ethnic groups with his countries geography, for his war on corruption, his genuine concern for the well being of ‘ordinary people’, etc, etc.

    This is not the story we have been told in the west of course but speak to real Russians and they will tell you in their droves that their man is far beyond the real deal. The proof of the same is in what he has withstood, not least a relentless war in all but name from day one when he stood up at the Munich conference and publicly shamed the west (what have you done!?”)and refused from that second on to give it the benefit of any doubt but instead played the methodical, long slow game of repairing his country and preparing its resources to withstand and defeat the ‘hegemony’ by creating a new reality. People in the west do not understand Putin because they do not understand Russia, its history or its prevailing temperament. And they certainly know nothing of the man’s brilliance or his unimpeachable integrity and humanity. Putin is a true son of Russia. And Russian history will remember him glowingly for such.

    Is he in league with the devil (NWO/Zion)…? I think he is a brilliant tactician of the old school (almost zen and certainly stoic)and a realist whilst also being a deeply spiritual being. He has always known he cannot withstand or defeat the beast so he has danced with it as long as it suits Russia’s survival.

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

  6. cstrouss1 says:

    Is this the right place to respond to the “subscriber only” video?

    First of all… James… i know you’ve moved halfway around the world, but driving an automobile? Really? The more you drive, the stupider you get.

    So is Epstein alive? One thing we can depend on, the spooks don’t keep people alive, just because they were on the team at one point.

    The only way Epstein could be alive is if he had some kind of “Dead Man’s Switch”, that is, a trove of incriminating files, probably videos, that would be automatically released if anything prevented him from re-triggering the system.

    But… couldn’t they have tricked him into revealing the keys? Couldn’t they have tortured the truth out of his IT people? My guess… yes.

    So I think he’s most like as dead as other CIA spooks who outlived their usefulness… Osama, Saddam, etc, etc, etc.

  7. Duck says:

    ‘……. forbidding top level government officials from having foreign residence or citizenship;….’

    How many officials and legislators (and plutocrats) have foreign citizenships?
    What nations are they citizens of?
    Is there preponderance towards any one particular nation?

    I wonder what those numbers are for other nations, like, the USA?

    It could be Putin is just ‘Trump’ing’ it up to gain political points from xenophobic russians who dislike people of some ethnic backgrounds, for obscure historical reasons or who dislike having the sovereign power eroded. Or it could be that he really means to make Russia great again, in which case the people in power are gonna have a falling out again pretty soon.

  8. alexandre says:

    “…multipolar world order and building a new system guided by the UN charter.”
    That kind of says it all, no? Agenda 21 – local. It’s the same everywhere. They’re probably installing this shit in Jupiter, Saturn and Venus. It’s all the same, over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again.

    (The kid learned how to do italics and bolds. God help us all).

  9. alexandre says:

    Help!
    I don’t get the members only video. Where are they? Can’t find them.

    • pearl says:

      Log into the website, scroll down and you should see the video just below the teaser/free portion of the newsletter.

      • alexandre says:

        Sorry, still don’t see it. I see on the right:
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        On the left, only the videos and articles.
        I CAN see the exclusive video on the “Did Russia Just Undergo Regime Change?”, but nowhere else. Isn’t there a link for all the exclusive videos?

  10. Rooster_Ninja says:

    That is a hilarious moon landing debunk, especially point 22 (I admit I started trailing off after that, with my modern day attention span being as short as it is.) It is a great read, he/she spent some time putting it together.

    Whomever feels that comedy ain’t what it used to be, does not follow enough NASA. Seriously love em, second only to SpaceX/Musk, both pure gold!

  11. Oscar says:

    Hi James,
    Ok, I – as you do – believe Epstein is dead and did not commit suicide. You could see this coming beforehand. He just knew too much and the risk was too great of him exposing the paedophilic elite in court.

    BUT…some things that some alternative media are pointing to in making the case that he is not dead, has to do with the photo of his death.

    The case of him not being dead, is this:
    Question: So how do we KNOW Epstein is dead?
    Answer: Well, we have a photo of him being dead.
    Question: Ok, so lets have a look at the actual photo of him being dead. Why doesn’t his nose and his ears in death match with his nose and ears in life.
    Answer: Mmmm, well I don’t know. Maybe because it isn’t him. It could indeed be some kind of a Timothy McVeigh scenario in the sense that they don’t kill their own and instead of killing him, just stage it as a death.

    So what’s the explanation of the discrepancies in his nose and ears in this photo, if it is Epstein? Did Epstein have a nose-job and ear-job?
    https://twitter.com/CoolVanilla300C/status/1160417304737439746

    In any case, I tried and I hope I could be of service in your challenge 😉

    • alexandre says:

      One idea would be to ask a pathologist (an independent one) about what happens when we die – do the body change, things fall down, shrink etc. No? Maybe show him the photos. Many times dead people don’t look anything like when they were alive. Not that I want to believe anything, it’s just to have an opinion of someone who deals with dead bodies.

  12. larisc says:

    One of the strange things is when they brought him to the hospital they were using a breather bag on him, if he’d been found dead this doesn’t make sense. I believe he was suicided.thanks for a challenge.

  13. wylie1 says:

    PUTIN: Supposedly Boris Yeltsin saw that his days were numbered and commandeered Putin and instructed him to save and protect Russia for the people. This is understandable considering that Martin Armstrong refused to go along with the New York banksters plotting to scoop up Russia.

    Now that Russia in on better financial footing Putin has time to protect Russia for the people by implementing that very important Constitution modification wherein that Constitution holds supreme over any Treaty. An assurance the US Constitution may? not provide… doesn’t really address it just says that we can enter into treaties. Now I doubt very strongly that the founders even fathomed that any President would consider a Treaty that would subvert or override the US Constitution. Sadly far too many are too lazy minded to have a clue as to who and what they are voting for; let alone see to it there are decent people running.

    EPSTEIN: There are some things we may never know in this world and speculating on them is pointless at best. Claiming that you are quite sure or purdy sure or fairly certain of the situation means what? Zero.

    CONSPIRACIES: After one does sufficient homework one has to ask: What isn’t a conspiracy? For instance, if you don’t believe Directed Energy Weaponry exist then you haven’t done sufficient homework. If you don’t believe some “outfit” or group would use them, you haven’t done sufficient homework.

    911: It seems fairly obvious looking at the ruins, as well as video of the twin towers coming down, that both conventional AND some other destructive weapon(s) were used, be it a nuke or some other less known type. Probably all 3, which to me, would be the thing to do if you wanted to test a new type of weapon on a larger object. If it didn’t work as expected, the mission wouldn’t fail due to the other two.

    • alexandre says:

      Agree on all points but one: “…save and protect Russia for the people
      If that was the case, Agenda 21 wouldn’t be there. Technocracy – as explained by Patrick Wood and Corbett (meaning, not the usual use of the word) – is the grand disease that has contaminated all countries and that should be the focus, not Yeltsins, Putins, Obamas or Bolsonaros. That would be my only comment.

      • wylie1 says:

        Can’t say that I know the heart of Putin or if anyone does… But, why modify their Constitution to prevent Treaties from subverting it? …which seems anti-globalism. If you were President of either country would you be able to eliminate all the Technocratic efforts to implement their agenda on all their fronts? Seems a bit difficult unless you have the power to dis-elect people from office.

        On the other hand it could be a ruse to fool the people while working full bore towards the New Whirled Globalist Odor.

        • alexandre says:

          In my pessimistic (for good reasons) thinking, once a country is not independent, it doesn’t change serious stuff because it wants to. Someone is changing that for some reason. If it sounds like it’s an anti-globalism thing, more the alarm should sound, because I live in a country that, if the constitution was to be taken seriously, life would be quite different, so they can say whatever they want and put pretty names on it, it doesn’t mean anything. I find very difficult to believe that a country today would do anything really anti-globalism (say for instance the abolition of government :-)). We would have to read the document in question with the help of an expert in legalese and I wouldn’t be surprised to find that the document actually says the opposite of what it seems to say. (Seems to say? Appears to say? – my English..)

          If I was the president of a country, I’d be exactly that; a president, which obeys the orders of the board of directors and whose real power is tiny and reserved for cosmetic irrelevant little things – to make people believe “things are changing” – that doesn’t threat the existing order in any way.

          Your last statement sounds correct, specially “Odor”.

  14. Ukdavec says:

    Climate change, technocracy and central banking all in one great essay

    A New Road to Serfdom

    https://www.epsilontheory.com/a-new-road-to-serfdom/

  15. Skip Tomalou says:

    I see, James, that you posted the rebuff of the “American Moon” doc from a reddit post above without comment.

    If anyone is going to bother reading it, one should also go to the trouble of actually first watching the documentary. It’s on YT, at least for now. The doc actually doesn’t assert anything about what DID happen; it only asks questions about what is claimed to have happened. It also goes to very interesting efforts to consult some of the world’s premier photographers – presumed to have an expertise that exceeds anyone else’s – and ask them what they can say with confidence about NASA moon photos. Pretty straight forward exercise. All of them are reluctant to draw the conclusions that they do from the photos themselves. The doc must be seen to be believed or disbelieved.

    In any event, I have 2 recommendations to anyone who wishes to wade in to the topic:

    1) Apply the Aristotle Test. Aristotle pointed out that ‘the mark of an educated person is the ability to entertain a complete idea without believing it.’ This rule should apply to live TV broadcasts of going to the moon as much as it should to challenges made concerning the veracity of those TV programs. If you have emotional blocks to the mere consideration that you’ve been duped either way, you fail the Aristotle Test, and you do not carry the mark of education.

    2)Dave McGowan’s work concerning the moon landings, Wagging the Moondoggie, is a fun-filled window into McGowan’s work for any conspiracy minded audience. If you felt certain that NASA had indeed sent men to the moon, entertaining McGowan’s review of it will exercise your anti-establishmentarian sensibilities, and should not be missed. Someone even went to the trouble of making a free audio book of it after Dave’s passing, so you have no excuse. (While on the subject of McGowan, his book “Programmed to Kill” is a great parallel read to DeCamp’s “The Franklyn Cover-Up.”)

    James, I’m curious where you stand on this matter…? What difference do you think it makes?

    It will certainly be something to behold when NASA returns…
    “How We Are Going to the Moon”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_T8cn2J13-4

  16. HomeRemedySupply says:

    NEWS – January 2020 – Dr. Mercola

    (also see Corbett Report’s November 8th, 2019 “Episode 367 – Robots Are Taking Our Fake News Jobs!”)

    QUOTE from NewsGuard
    “NewsGuard uses journalism to fight false news, misinformation, and disinformation.
    Our trained analysts, who are experienced journalists, rate and review online news sources to help users know which ones are trying to do legitimate journalism—and which are not.”
    , because we know that you don’t have critical thinking skills. <–(Last line is mine. HRS)

    MERCOLA.COM article January 24, 2020
    New Thought Police NewsGuard Is Owned by Big Pharma
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/01/24/publicis-funds-newsguard.aspx
    EXCERPTS
    Story at-a-glance
    NewsGuard is a self-appointed internet watchdog that sells a browser plugin to rate websites on nine criteria of credibility and transparency
    NewsGuard received much of its startup funds from Publicis Groupe, a giant global communications group
    Publicis Groupe’s health subsidiary, Publicis Health, names Lilly, Abbot, Roche, Amgen, Genentech, Celgene, Gilead, Biogen, Astra Zeneca, Sanofi, Bayer and other Big Pharma giants as clients
    In October 2018, GlaxoSmithKline sent its $1.5 billion media account to Publicis
    In January 2020, GSK awarded Publicis Media with even more business, handing over the former Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Brands to Publicis, a move worth an estimated $400 million
    While NewsGuard’s warnings may be enough to prevent someone from clicking these links, I believe the true intent is to bury this content entirely from search results and social media feeds

    MORE QUOTES from NewsGuard
    “We provides (sic) ratings and “Nutrition Label” write-ups for the 4,000+ news and information sites that account for 95% of online engagement across the U.S., U.K., France, Germany and Italy.
    A SWAT team of NewsGuard analysts operates 24/7 to identify suddenly trending sites that NewsGuard has not yet rated—and rates them in real time.”

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    What a great business idea!
    A “consumable” product. One that folks can buy again and again.

    NEWS – Reuters – January 29, 2020
    Iranian factory makes U.S. and Israeli flags to burn
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-flags/iranian-factory-makes-u-s-and-israeli-flags-to-burn-idUSKBN1ZT065?il=0
    EXCERPTS
    KHOMEIN, Iran (Reuters) – Business is booming at Iran’s largest flag factory which makes U.S., British and Israeli flags for Iranian protesters to burn.

    At the factory in the town of Khomein, southwest of the capital Tehran, young men and women print the flags by hand then hang them up to dry. The factory produces about 2,000 U.S. and Israeli flags a month in its busiest periods, and more than 1.5 million square feet of flags a year…

    …Ghasem Ghanjani, who owns the Diba Parcham flag factory, said:
    “We have no problem with the American and British people.
    We have (a) problem with their governors.
    We have (a) problem with their presidents, with the wrong policy they have.”

    “The people of America and Israel know that we have no problem with them.
    If people burn the flags of these countries at different rallies, it is only to show their protest.”

    Rezaei, a quality control manager, who declined to give her first name, said, “compared to the cowardly actions of the United States, such as General Soleimani’s assassination, this (burning an American flag) is a minimal thing against them. This is the least that can be done.”….

  18. manbearpig says:

    Ever since the “Incompetence” card was played to explain away 9/11 I automatically question it as a plausible explanation for anything…

    JoNova’s article makes me wonder…

    After so many years of successfully limiting and controlling this natural terrible bush fire tendency in Australia

    Is Climate Change the excuse to hide inferno of incompetence? as indicated by the title?

    Or were bushfires competently allowed to get out of hand under the guise of incompetence

    to cultivate the spectacular illusion that man-made climate change is real and very dangerous?

    another MIHOP?

    Sometimes massive incompetence just seems so… convenient…

  19. alucientes says:

    Exactly. We only call a thing true bc it is demonstrably so. People habitually make baseless claims.

  20. mik says:

    My prediction: Putin will be prime minister after he finishes his term.

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