Episode 107 - Lessons in Resistance: Non-compliance

11/08/20092 Comments

Running Time: 59:52

Description:From Thoreau to Gandhi, King to Watada, a powerful tool in the struggle for freedom has been demonstrated again and again throughout history: non-violent, non-compliance. The New World Order wants you to riot, but the freedom fighters of today are practicing insubordination. Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we celebrate the resistance and disobey our orders.


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Time Reference: 02:40
Description: Real News #1
Link To: Nasdaq.com
Documentation - True US unemployment rate stands at 17.5%
Time Reference: 03:12
Description: Real News #2
Link To: RawStory.com
Documentation - Global treaty could throw file-sharers off Internet after ‘three strikes’
Time Reference: 04:12
Description: Real News #3
Link To: RawStory.com
Documentation - Vote to kill gun registry wins approval-in-principle in Parliament
Time Reference: 05:21
Description: Real News #4
Link To: Yahoo News
Documentation - Author Says G-20 Meeting in Scotland this Week about Dumping U.S. Dollar
Time Reference: 06:19
Description: Real News #5
Link To: PRWeb.com
Documentation - Czech court clears Lisbon Treaty
Time Reference: 07:08
Description: Real News #6
Link To: BBC News
Documentation - Gandhi's non-violence speech
Time Reference: 08:12
Description: Scene from the 1982 Richard Attenborough biopic based on a distillation of speeches that Gandhi actually made about the Transvaal governments act requiring the registration and fingerprinting of all Indian civilians.
Link To: YouTube
Documentation - David Icke Warns Against Rioting (Martial Law)
Time Reference: 14:17
Description: David Icke explains how the system can be brought down through non-violent non-cooperation.
Link To: YouTube
Documentation - Judge Halts Mandatory Flu Vaccines for Health Care Workers
Time Reference: 18:08
Description: Non-violent non-cooperation stopped mandatory vaccinations of health care workers in New York state.
Link To: New York Times
Documentation - Dr. King: Riots Are Not the Answer
Time Reference: 18:24
Description: MLK Jr. speaks about how violent revolution is self-defeating.
Link To: YouTube
Documentation - Against the Grain - January 16, 2006
Time Reference: 20:12
Description: Nonviolence according to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi was not, of course, simply an absence of violence. The two men developed, in different locales and contexts, theories and practices of nonviolence explained by Clayborne Carson a
Link To: KPFA.org
Documentation - Montgomery Bus Boycott
Time Reference: 23:23
Description: Summary of how a non-violent boycott of the Montgomery public transportation system ended segregation on buses throughout the country and launched the civil rights movement.
Link To: Africanonline.com
Documentation - ID Cards - a World View
Time Reference: 30:42
Description: Excellent overview article on id cards throughout the world.
Link To: GlobalResearch.ca
Documentation - Resources on Community Currency
Time Reference: 35:19
Description: Start researching the concept of community currency and examples in your own area.
Link To: CommunityCurrency.org
Documentation - Civil Disobedience
Time Reference: 35:48
Description: Thoreau's classic essay on disobedience and tax resistance.
Link To: Enotes
Documentation - War Tax Boycott
Time Reference: 36:00
Description: Learn more about ways to participate in tax resistance against the illegal wars of agression being waged around the world.
Link To: War Tax Boycott
Documentation - Oath Keepers
Time Reference: 36:12
Description: A non-partisan organization of currently serving military, reserves, National Guard, veterans, Peace Officers, and Fire Fighters who will fulfill their oath to the constitution.
Link To: OathKeepers.org
Documentation - Sir! No Sir!
Time Reference: 38:30
Description: Home page for the 2005 documentary of the anti-Vietnam war movement amongst the GIs themselves. Also contains activist tools and materials for making resisters out of soldiers.
Link To: SirNoSir.com
Documentation - Lt. Ehren Watada on Refusing to Serve in Iraq
Time Reference: 45:47
Description: Lt. Ehren Watada speaking at the Veterans for Peace 2006 National Convention August 12, 2006 in Seattle about refusing to serve in Iraq.
Link To: YouTube
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Time Reference: 52:20
Description: As featured on this week's episode of the New World Next Week.
Link To: MediaMonarchy
Documentation - How police rebranded lawful protest as 'domestic extremism'
Time Reference: 52:30
Description: The term "domestic extremism" is now common currency within the police. It is a phrase which shapes how forces seek to control demonstrations. It has led to the personal details and photographs of a substantial number of protesters being stored on se
Link To: Guardian
Documentation - DoD Training Manual Describes Protest As Low-Level Terrorism
Time Reference: 52:47
Description: The ACLU has written to the DoD regarding its Antiterrorism and Force Protection Annual Refresher Training Course, which advises personnel that political protest amounts to low-level terrorism.
Link To: JustGetThere.us
Documentation - Lt. Ehren Watada on Citizen Responsibility
Time Reference: 54:58
Description: Lt. Ehren Watada speaking at University Temple United Methodist Church in Seattle for his last public speaking engagement prior to his military court martial.
Link To: YouTube

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