Episode 300 – The Corbett Report Turns 300

01/24/201514 Comments

As The Corbett Report podcast turns 300, James takes a moment to reflect on the past, present and future of the podcast and the website. What value does this podcast bring and why does James do what he does? Join us today as we ponder these questions and set a path for the future of the alt media.

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Documentation

Things to Come – 1936
Time Reference: 09:13

Episode 034 – The Scientific Dictatorship
Time Reference: 10:10

Episode 175 – The RAND Corporation Exposed
Time Reference: 12:43

Interview 287 – Alex Abella
Time Reference: 13:37

The EyeOpener- Rings within Rings: How Secret Societies Direct World Politics
Time Reference: 20:40

9/11: A Conspiracy Theory
Time Reference: 26:15

Episode 050 – The “C” word
Time Reference: 27:37

Episode 296 – How to Herd Your Tax Cattle
Time Reference: 29:29

Episode 243 – A Message to the Future
Time Reference: 30:13

The net is mightier than the sword | James Corbett | TEDxGroningen
Time Reference: 34:24

Corbett Report Radio 001 – Outrage and Conviction
Time Reference: 38:38

Corbett Report Radio 277 – Hatred is the Heart of the NWO
Time Reference: 38:46

The Corbett Report’s 2015 New Year’s Resolution
Time Reference: 39:38
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  1. Myers says:

    Well done James for all your informative episodes.

    I went and listened to the Alex Abella interview about RAND; it made me want to share a link to this recent and long two-part article by Nafeez Ahmed about the current state of the shadow policy networks that surround the Pentagon war machine (it’s a thorough piece of work):

    https://medium.com/@NafeezAhmed/how-the-cia-made-google-e836451a959e

  2. Since day one you have been it.
    Thanks a mill for your great work.
    Much obliged.

  3. candideschmyles says:

    Congratulations on this 300th anniversary. It is quite an achievement and you are right to feel proud of both your personal technical improvement and even more so the content and people you have brought into focus.
    I have to admit that in large part coming here is a soma holiday for me. I do not come because I expect this community to change anything. I come here hoping for a fix of truth with its convoluted intrigue and its peering into the shadows behind the glaring light of official media that blinds us. Minds are incredibly resistant to taking on new paradigms and your library is a good resource to point people to, even if I do not agree with it all. I look forward to the next 300.

  4. VoltaicDude says:

    Happy 300th Podcast!

    Great job James!

    I like the growth curve – kind of like little notches on the wall.

    The Corbett Report is indeed a great resource for all.

    There is a very balanced sensibility to the three distinct/overlapping areas you found emerging from your podcasts:
    1) Historical and philosophical reviews and inquiries
    2) Analyses of current affairs in light of that deeper, usually shadowed knowledge
    3) Alternative solutions, shaped by that more deeply informed and realistic perspective

    Some of it might have a pessimistic effect, but honest realism often has that emotional impact as it can contradict the corrupt status quo we have been conditioned to accept.

    Even with all the discouraging realities, just addressing them openly and earnestly is an act of constructive and healthy (tempered and disciplined – not Pollyannaish) optimism!

    Thank you for all the great podcasts and looking forward to all those to come.

  5. turley2u says:

    This prompted me to go back and listen to episode 50 on conspiracy theory. It reminded of the poem by David Martin.

    Idling Intellect

    Whenever “conspiracy theory” I hear
    I know that a brain has just gone out of gear.
    The common phenomenon again I behold
    Of a person determined to believe what he’s told
    By the press and political powers-that-be
    Who have long had no credibility.
    It’s a sad thing to witness the widespread condition
    Of critical faculties out of commission.
    And a once-proud people cowed into submission.

  6. j says:

    Thank you James, for 300 well-researched, well-constructed, and fluff-free episodes.

    In a sea of ‘Elvis runs the Illuminati’ idiocy and helplessness, your reports are islands of reason and self-empowerment.

    Johnny.

  7. Corbett says:

    Thank you all for the support and the kind words. Your feedback does help to motivate me to keep going. Here’s to 300 more explorations of hope and self-empowerment with your help and participation!

    • God bless you, James Corbett! I personally think you are hilarious, as well as brilliant and gentle. And no chagrin, please, for episode 1! I have listened to “Outrage and Conviction” several times, and consider it a call to action. I know I have my part to play as well, and I’m learning my way forward, thanks in part to you, Tragedy & Hope, G. Edward Griffin, Sibel Edmonds and AE 9/11 — and all the trails that flow from those amazing resources. Keep up your excellent work. I appreciate you every single day — and so does my 14 year old son. All the best, Terri

  8. Great job James. This place is a delight and the ‘Library of Alexandria’ of the modern digital world IMHO. Thanks for the hard work.

    P.S. As a part of the various and diverse nuggets you included in this podcast, I personally would have added a portion of Episode 188, “Listening to the Enemy.” Specifically, the portion where you discussed how the oligarchs plan things and execute them. I am thinking specifically of the interview with James Evan Pilato wherein he interviews Richard Grove, where they discussed the Foreign Affairs article written by Bernard Lewis and others and how the predictive programmers plan out their plot on the grand chessboard. Perhaps it would not have been a good fit since that podcast was itself an amalgamation of different media clips. In any event, great work!

  9. Bart Houkes says:

    Congratulations James and thanks for all the hard work. You are nearing 100.000 youtube subscribers as well, which is an enormous number for such an intellectual channel without advertisement or commercial support.

  10. swanbyrd says:

    As far as James not recommending starting with the first podcast–I actually think that’s a GREAT way to get up to speed on many important topics. I listened to every podcast over a few months’ time and think many of the early ones are fundamental to an understanding of what’s going on now.

    So grateful for this work. It’s a life line for me.

    Thank you!

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