Episode 395 - Precedent Trump

02/26/202195 Comments

So here we are in 2021, living in the smoking wreckage of Pax Americana. What was the meaning of the last four years? What lessons have been learned, and how will those lessons be applied going forward? What, in other words, was Precedent Trump?

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Candidate Trump embraces "Lock Her Up" Chant

Candidate Trump to Hillary: "Because You'd Be in Jail!"

President Trump praises Bill and Hillary on inauguration day

President Trump: "That plays great before the election. Now we don't care!"

"We're gonna drain the swamp of Washington, we're gonna have fun doing it."

Trump appoints Bolton

"And we are going to drain the swamp of corruption in Washington, D.C."

Trump appoints Pompeo

"We are going to DRAIN . . . THE . . . SWAMP!"

Trump appoints Giuliani

"It is time to drain . . . the swamp."

Trump appoints Haspel

"NATO is obsolete, it's old, it's fat, it's sloppy"

"And I said it's obsolete"

"But they asked me about NATO, I said it's obsolete"

"Recently I have said that NATO was obsolete."

"It's no longer obsolete."

"We've destabilized the middle east and it's a mess."

Trump announces strikes on Syria

"The war in Iraq was a big, fat mistake."

Trump's speech on Afghanistan

Candidate Trump talks about vaccine/autism link

President Trump launches Operation Warp Speed

Bob Costas Talks with Vince McMahon About the #XFL​ 2001

Mr. McMahon and Donald Trump announce the Battle of the Billionaires

Obama: A Legacy of Ashes

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (radio script)

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (novel)

Hate Inc. by Matt Taibi

U.S. to pay World Health Organization more than $200 million by end of month

Vaccine Bait & Switch: As Millions Pulled From WHO, Trump Gives Billions To Gates-Founded GAVI

US officially rejoins the Paris climate accord

New Pacific Trade Deal Is Biden’s Road Back to the TPP

Unplugging From the Matrix - #SolutionsWatch


Former CIA official Jeremy Bash, now of NBC News

Austin Orders Military Stand Down to Address Challenge of Extremism in the Ranks

Proposed Bill Would Bar QAnon, Capitol Protestors from Cleared Positions

The New Domestic War on Terror is Coming

Biden Administration Urged to Take Fresh Look at Domestic Terrorism

Cass Sunstein tapped to chair WHO technical advisory group

Cass Sunstein – Cognitive infiltration

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  1. MagicBullet says:

    It’s really sad to say, but I would say JC is largely correct. Donald even said 9.11 was controlled demolition on 9.11, seems there was a time he was a free-wheeler, now he’s glued to the chassis. Ivanka and Jared telling Donald to give up was also a giveaway. It should be noted though that it wasnt always this way. Andrew Jackson actually fought back against the central banks. Bigger question, who is mandated to script this show? That’s the enemy.

    (Note, JC starts the vid saying it’s Feb 19th).

    • weilunion says:

      “seems there was a time he was a free-wheeler”

      You missed Jame’s entire point. He was marketed to you as a free wheeler and free wheel he was: he was the croupier in a craps game that only the Casino wins.

      Donald Trump is and was a criminal all of his life. If you do not know his connections with the Italian and Russian mob you haven’t been listening.

      He was also an FBI informer in NY during the eighties.

      Free wheeler all right; he is a controlled psyop for Jim Jones America.

      • MagicBullet says:

        No, you misread my post. I said JC was correct, and I added about Ivanka as give away about the psyop. His mob connections I KNOW and FBI informant info are great, they aren’t related to his free-wheeling comment about 9.11. Ergo, he wasn’t as seeped in with the swamp then as he is now IMO. You just want to be a bully in the comment section.

    • Octium says:

      Here’s a little trick you can use so you won’t be fooled again.

      At some time in their early career the fakers will declare loyalty to Israel in a public way, for example with Trump,


      They may only do it once, but it works kind of like a secret handshake, it lets other people in the deception industry know they are one of them.

      Not sure if the video is still up, but there was one from Alex Jones in the early days on cable TV doing the same.

      • MagicBullet says:

        Yes, I know about that pledge. I never said I was tricked. I said he was more free wheeling in 2001 than now.

        Did Alex Jones pledge to Israel? That I admit I did not know.

        On vid today he even calls Arabs, Jews, and Chinese “…gross and hateful” its right in the first 20 seconds here:

        • Ragnar says:

          I watched infowars for a short time. Until he fired Millie Weaver. He never bashed israel, that I heard. He’s quick to bash everyone else though! Firing Millie, then David Knight. And kissing up to Ali Alexander? He can take his loud, crass show and shove it. Controlled opposition and gatekeeper!

      • noconsent says:

        Nice min and a half video which shows both Major Party Candidates kissing the Ass of AIPAC. I also like that it includes a narration stating that 2/3 of Congress was included in that large crowd.
        Yep, Zionists own the corporate government called the United States Inc. and they use it’s “Citizens” to “Make Israel Great” at the expense of Americans and the rest of the world.
        JFK and his brother Bobby were actually making some progress toward requiring AIPAC be Registered as a foreign Agency because it had too much influence even prior 1960.
        Note that this group had enough power, money and connections to pull off the November 1963 Coup, which included the assassination of JFK, and the Events of 9/11/01, but, the real power was in the cover-ups. For that, you need to control the News Media. There is no doubt that CIA Mocking Bird propagandists helped in the cover-ups, but they got their orders from somewhere, eh!

    • mik says:


      “Andrew Jackson actually fought back against the central banks. Bigger question, who is mandated to script this show? That’s the enemy.”

      Andrew Jackson, ok, cool, but can this be repeated??
      I believe idea of Messiah is not an utter impossibility, still the Real question is who comes after him.

      Enemy you said and it’s not meant metaphorically I think.
      By perceiving someone as enemy he becomes relevant. But for our liberation to succeed he must first become irrelevant.

    • noconsent says:

      Below is a Cut and Paste of an email send to me about Bill Gate’s new book.
      It is interesting how the Logos and Signature did not copy. None the less, this may answer the question posed above “who is mandated to script this show?”

      I’ve shared lots of content from my book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster” on Gates Notes
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      I wrote the book because we’re at a unique moment when it comes to climate change. Thanks to all the public support for taking big steps to solve the problem, and ambitious government commitments to reduce emissions, we’re now ready for the next step: adopting plans to reach our goals. That’s what my book is—a practical plan for how we can avoid the worst climate outcomes.
      If you want to try before you buy, I’ve shared lots of free content from the book on Gates Notes:

      A selection from the book’s introduction, in which I explain how I came to work on climate change.
      Tips on what you can do to help solve the problem.
      The one idea in the book that I hope everyone remembers.
      And since you’re a Gates Notes Insider, on any of the above pages you can also download a free excerpt about the connection between greenhouse gases and cheeseburgers.

      In addition, to coincide with the release of How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, we’ve revamped the website of Breakthrough Energy, a network of philanthropic programs, investment funds, and advocacy efforts to accelerate energy innovation at every step. If you’re not already a Breakthrough Energy Insider, sign up now to get updates on our work with governments, scientists, investors, and innovators around the world.
      Thanks for being an Insider!
      Bill signature

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      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Thanks for this noconsent.

      • MagicBullet says:

        I’ll be the first to admit Trump keeps up the 2 party arguments. Besides his occasional mutter about the deep state and his otherwise fantastic UN anti-gobalist speech, he never speaks these names: Gates, Soros, Schwab, Turner, Buffet, at least as puppets or “slaves to the system” as Austin-Fitts calls them, and he certainly never speaks about the Rockies and the Rothies and their near-equals as owners and controllers of the UN and WEF, not to mention the rest of the world. JC is also a minor victim of focusing on the slaves to the system more than these monsters hiding in the shadows.

  2. alucientes says:

    Does anyone know if there’s a transcript of this episode?

    Thanks. Great job, as usual, James.

  3. QLF says:

    Thank you, James. I have been a subscriber for a long time and my only disagreement with your analysis during that time has been your take on the Trump presidency and the Q phenomenon. I am sad to say now that you were right even about that. Trump the Idea turned out to be very different from Trump the President. Q was the psyop of all psyops. Its purpose in the end was to collect names, instill despair, and provoke patriots to take actions (real flag or false flag) that will only validate the deep state war on domestic “terror”. So, you know what is going to happen in March? I am going to turn the soil in our garden and prepare to plant seeds in the spring.

    • alucientes says:

      I almost at a complete loss for how anyone could read a single “Q missive” – posted on anonymous forums, assuring that no one know if theye even originate from the same source.. and even a brief look at some of them, shows just this, –and find them compelling/ They reek red herring. I can smell herring a mile away/

      But let’s take all the ones written critically and with the acronyms. WHAT about the entire thing does not scream out Red Herring!! Its all cryptic and designed to send people off on excursions to “find out the truth.

      If your under 30, I cut you a break. If youre not, you should know better/

      • cu.h.j says:

        The MSM made Trump appear to be an underdog and a threat. We were constantly pumped up with Trump hate on MSM every day for 4 years. It appeared that he was actually a threat and maybe his supporters were a threat to the system.

        The Q thing where JFK was really alive and other things that couldn’t be true was really far out and I never believed any of that. But I did think that he might be a legitimate president who was trying to do some good. The constant hate by the media and that he appeared to stand up to it, made me slightly empathetic towards him. That is a natural response. I am not someone who is easily fooled, but like others can be swayed by campaigns such as this. Others were as well and thought he might actually be trying to help American citizens.

  4. SuperMom Belle says:

    Me at age 9 at the voting box: “But Daddy, we went to that rally where he promised us and we sent him that letter, I drew that picture but he still passed that bill, why are you going to vote for him?”
    Daddy to me: “Well, Bellsie, it’s the lesser of the two evils.”
    Then we go watch “Animal Farm” & listen to The Who sing “We Don’t Get Fooled Again.” (smh)

  5. Cam says:

    James- I’m a Solari Report subscriber, Corbett Report subscriber, and Thomas Paine (Mike Moore) subscriber. These are my big three, (with the addition of Whitney Webb, and a few other excellent journalists and researchers to fill in the gaps). Needless to say, I am aware that politics is a stage-play, and our judicial system, Congress, the Senate, etc. aren’t worth much more than a passing glance to serve as an indicator of intent.

    I attempted to express this information about the Trump presidency to my family, and almost had a meltdown shouting “I TOLD YOU SO!” when Operation Warp Speed went into effect… but to no avail.

    The wall that I continue to butt up against is “why did Trump so blatantly and effectively pull the cover off of mass media, and why would (at least some percentage) of the corruption of the Military Industrial Complex, and political system be stripped (half.. maybe a quarter)- naked to the degree that MILLIONS of people AT LEAST PARTIALLY woke up?

    (Of course, I know that in the end, look where we are- no difference whatsoever has been made, and the identical results that the “powers-that-shouldn’t-be” got their way). Additionally, we are in much worse of a situation now that the populace has been split across a million new lines of division, but I still can’t get around this point in attempting to get this fundamental point across:

    Why? Why wake up people even 10%? Why? There is no doubt that the largest red-pilling of society occurred over the past 4 years. There is ZERO doubt that Trump was the primary instrument of this. Yes, yes, it made no difference, and things are indeed much worse. But why? What was the point? I cannot accept that “it was happening anyway through alternative media.” Sure, yes, but not the bulk.

    Is that bulk described above now all fucked up now? Q, “patriots-” all that BS. Yeah, I get it. They are. It’s worse. Nothing changed. But this question has not been explained here.

    Why bother? Frankly I could’ve done it better with some “Rah Rah, AMERICAN VALUES!” without showing Middle America the various rotting Institutional carcasses that Trump did. Why did he bother?

    • Cam says:

      James- I’m a Solari Report subscriber, Corbett Report subscriber, and Thomas Paine (Mike Moore) subscriber. These are my big three, (with the addition of Whitney Webb, and a few other excellent journalists and researchers to fill in the gaps). Needless to say, I am aware that politics is a stage-play, and our judicial system, Congress, the Senate, etc. aren’t worth much more than a passing glance to serve as an indicator of intent.

      I attempted to express this information about the Trump presidency to my family, and almost had a meltdown shouting “I TOLD YOU SO!” when Operation Warp Speed went into effect… but to no avail.

      The wall that I continue to butt up against is “why did Trump so blatantly and effectively pull the cover off of mass media, and why would (at least some percentage) of the corruption of the Military Industrial Complex, and political system be stripped (half.. maybe a quarter)- naked to the degree that MILLIONS of people AT LEAST PARTIALLY woke up?

      (Of course, I know that in the end, look where we are- no difference whatsoever has been made, and the identical results that the “powers-that-shouldn’t-be” got their way). Additionally, we are in much worse of a situation now that the populace has been split across a million new lines of division, but I still can’t get around this point in attempting to get this fundamental point across:

      Why? Why wake up people even 10%? Why? There is no doubt that the largest red-pilling of society occurred over the past 4 years. There is ZERO doubt that Trump was the primary instrument of this. Yes, yes, it made no difference, and things are indeed much worse. But why? What was the point? I cannot accept that “it was happening anyway through alternative media.” Sure, yes, but not the bulk.

      Is that bulk described above now all fucked up now? Q, “patriots-” all that BS. Yeah, I get it. They are. It’s worse. Nothing changed. But this question has not been explained here.

      Why bother? Frankly I could’ve done it better with some “Rah Rah, AMERICAN VALUES!” without showing Middle America the various rotting Institutional carcasses that Trump did. Why did he bother?

      And no, I did not answer my own question here. I understand that we are worse off. That isn’t my point. The same ends could’ve been accomplished without pulling the sheet off so many of these corpses. It was excessive. Why did he go so far?

      • cu.h.j says:

        Good question. Why did he go so far? Perhaps he was the Obama for the Republicans, where they tolerated all of the compromises he made because the MSM made him a target of non-stop ridicule.

        I have no idea why and also why the MSM was so hostile toward him but if he were controlled opposition of some sort that would kind of make sense.

        Though I agree with JC’s analyses and for the most part the conclusions here, these questions are not answered fully here. What purpose would it solve to “wake up” millions of people which the Trump phenomenon did actually do in some way or another. His election was one of the catalysts that lead to me finding The Corbett Report. I was opposed to Trump’s election initially even though I didn’t vote for Hillary in 2016 and the MSM hype against him just felt off to me and someone said to me that the progressive movement was run by “elites”. I didn’t believe this at first but have always confirmed the conclusions I make, and that’s when I found the Corbett report.

        I had wondered in the past why progressive media outlets didn’t touch 911 which to me seemed like an obvious false flag conspiracy, like the JFK and RFK assassination. So on a certain level, I knew that political parties and movements were somewhat controlled.

        Trump’s support of the Feds quantitative easing and his warp speed and support of Israel should have been a clue that he had compromised or perhaps was always on the take. Nevertheless, I voted for him in 2020 because I still believed that the US could have a real election and he would be better than Biden “the lesser of two evils”. But now, after the “capitol riot,” I feel that he sold us out and how he also had Guiliani representing him even though Guiliani is completely corrupt.

        Those are red flags about Trump and things that can’t be ignored, explained, and swept under the rug. I think the candidate Trump, the marketing of him to the American people was very different from the president we actually had.

        But why all the “orange man bad” and Trump’s efforts at the rallies he had. He really put in a lot of effort to win the election and I do believe he did actually win the election. I guess I will never know why. I do know that regardless of if he was threatened or if he was just naive or if he was in on it all along (we may never really know and may not be able to conclude that he was in on it), facts must be acknowledged and the bottom line is that voting for president won’t lead to liberation. The people must work together to create a free society and bypass the government entirely because the system has been shown beyond a reasonable doubt to be completely corrupt.

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

      • noconsent says:

        In Israel, they have pictures of Trump on their Money. He was Great for Israel. Two of his daughters married Zionists, and Zionists have a plan to create Armageddon, and then have Israel rise from the ashes to rule the World.
        Now, if your goal is to divide the masses and put people at each other’s throat, then bringing an obnoxious person to power who actually does expose much corruption, and then create obvious Voter Fraud to get him out is a good way to do it, eh!

    • Cam says:

      Shit. I guess I did answer my own question here now that I see it in text. I just think America could’ve been pitted against itself a little cleaner. The net could’ve had smaller holes.

      There’s a point that was recently brought up on the Thomas Paine podcast to the effect of: “It’s not your fault that you got hustled/conned/snookered. ESPECIALLY in the case of highly intelligent people, there is a level of difficulty in admitting that you got played, and that it is NOT your fault. The people running the show have been using the same techniques for thousands of years- except now the MASSIVE resources that can be brought to bear on the public are a zillion-fold larger, and frankly, unless you’re ready for the deception, you do not stand a chance.”

      Fuck. I retract the statement 50%. These monsters did a fantastic job, but they could’ve/should’ve done better.

      • mik says:

        “… you got played, and that it is NOT your fault.”

        You are right. It would by nice to learn out of it, I doubt many will learn. I’m worried many will just switch off and that is good outcome for The Evil Agenda.

        “….MILLIONS of people AT LEAST PARTIALLY woke up.”

        No, definitely no. That’s just appearance, except maybe tiny minority did. However, just waking up means very little. Abandoning one World View means nothing, what comes instead means everything.

  6. Jed says:

    Good one — they really are rodeo clowns — Very good episode.

    • weilunion says:

      Wayne Madsen recently wrote:

      “With the financial support of Mercer Family Foundation far-right heiress financier Rebekah Mercer, exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui, U.S.-based Falun Gong cult leader Li Hongzhi, and the Dignitatis Humanae Institute, which is associated with the fascist Opus Dei Roman Catholic sect, Donald Trump’s sporadic political adviser, Steve Bannon, has implemented a multi-pronged approach to enabling fascist control of governments around the world. Bannon’s ideological approach to furthering fascism globally can be called “Bannonism.”

      Bannon and his fascist political allies around the world have embarked on a project that seeks to take over existing major political parties of the traditional conservative slant and transform them into fascist parties. What has occurred with the U.S. Republican Party with it becoming a far-right cult of personality organization beholden to Trump is a case in point. Bannon and his allies hope to achieve the same results with the British Conservative Party and the Conservative Party of Canada.”


      I think he is right when he also states that:

      “It is now very apparent that Benito Mussolini’s Fascist Party march on Rome in October 1922 served as the inspiration for the march on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Mussolini’s march was not taken seriously by either Prime Minister Luigi Facta or King Victor Emmanuel III. On October 28, 1922, after Mussolini besieged the Italian government with some 25,000 Blackshirt militia supporters, the King handed over the reins of government to Mussolini and his fascists. By 1925, Italy was a fascist dictatorship. The Parliament was dissolved and replaced by the “Chamber of Fasces and Corporations.” (ibid).

      As an aside: CIA, NSA and Pokeman Go


      As to technocratic fascism one of the best is Dave Emory:


  7. ladyl says:

    Will you have the courage James to make a short comment with Yes or No on “conspiracy” of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

    • mkey says:

      This was mentioned in a previous video, if I remember correctly James stated that there was no way of confirming the source of the document and as such it should be taken with a grain of salt. As to which video, I have no idea.

      • joebear says:

        Have you read the entire document? If so, what part or parts of it have not been emplimented? It is not so important who the plan is attributed to, as it is to whether or not the plan has been effected. As Ford said; “It is the most perfect plan of world subversion ever put into print.” If there are parts not being carried out, what are they?
        I believe that a fair and honest discussion of the document would in time prove that no matter who may have conceived it, the fact is that it is being carried out and nothing has been left to chance. The product of a “Super Mind” as has been said. Who might that super mind be?

        • ladyl says:

          I agree with you because I had in mind exactly Henry Ford. His 4 volumes are the Bible of present politics. Are the shining light and you can’t run away. Not every event or incident can be explain with videos, document or open source information. Then is to late. Just by reading the Protocols you know what going to happened tomorrow and what have been completed in the past. James knows better them to dismiss them as forge document. We love him but we are watching him as well. Trump in his presidency did some very very good things.

          • joebear says:

            I’ve not been acquainted with James for very long. I like his style and the way he presents info. He is very believable and it’s easy to want to trust him. So far I have no reason not to, but as you say, “watch”. That’s the same good advice from our Lord Christ.
            I had the same thought of asking James what you have ask. I would be very surprised if he has not dug into it.
            What amazes me is how little people ever seem to stop and think about the definition of “conspiracy”. It’s so easy to spout the word in regards to many subjects. But one can easily tell if the person is really aware of just what constitutes a conspiracy. It is mentioned in the Old Testament. It is seen in the New also. One to murder our Lord. Another to murder St. Paul.
            As far as Trump goes, I firmly believe that he did only what was approved by those who pull the wires.
            Christ said: “A house divided cannot stand”. Of course in order for that to be true you first have to have a house. So how long has there been a “house” in D. C.? Was it ever undivided? Is it divided now? sic Does it still stand? It is now surrounded by fence, razor wire and thousands of National Guard troops. I realize that these are rather foolish questions because the answers are so obvious to those with eyes to see.
            I almost have to laugh when I see the excitement over the recall movement in California. My first thought is that after what we have just seen in November 2020, who will count the votes for this recall and who will believe the result? Who will trust the present system, or who will come up with one that can be trusted? It use to be “stand up and be counted”. But then “somebody” brought the idea of “the secret ballot” and BINGO look what we have now. Just one more way to divide and conquer.
            I’m still watching to see if our questions get answered here.
            Thankyou for responding.

  8. weilunion says:

    Just a note for readers.

    It is in regards to Fourth Generation Warfare.

    If you haven’t heard of it you should.

    “In 1989, a group of military officers, led by historian William Lind, developed a theory called “Generational Warfare.” Published in the Marine Corps Gazette, this article hypothesized that the history of warfare had evolved in three discernible stages that often overlapped and co-existed, and that the world was entering a frightening new stage. The significance of their theory can be seen in the accuracy of their description of this fourth phase.

    First generation warfare lasted from the Peace of Westphalia (1648) to the American Civil War (1860), and is identified through its tactics (line and column), technology (the smoothbore musket), and participants (nations). Before this era, war was waged by tribes, cities, individuals, or even businesses.

    Changes in technology brought about the second generation (1860-1918). Industrial strength, which produced heavy artillery, the rifled musket, and the machine gun, gave some nations a profound military advantage.

    Third generation warfare emerged at the end of WWI and continued into WWII and beyond. It was a new era of maneuverability. For example, the introduction of the tank and the airplane shifted soldiers into non-linear, multidimensional battlefields. Tanks and planes also facilitated the use of blitzkrieg, where the swiftness of an invasion gave a nation a decided advantage.

    But in an eerily prescient declaration they made 16 years ago (the article and concept is that old, comments mine), the authors describe with great precision the type of war in which we currently find ourselves. Fourth generation warfare (4GW) is described by the authors as follows:

    “Fourth generation adversaries will be adept at manipulating the media to alter domestic and world opinion…Television news may become a more powerful operational weapon than armored divisions… Some terrorists already know how to play this game.”


    We are living in it.

  9. SuperMom Belle says:

    I remember in early 2016 the “Primary” candidates were announced & it hit me in a very conscious way: It’s not choosing “the lesser of two evils. I have to choose if I want to be eaten by a tiger or a lion.” I didn’t choke on that red pill ’til the following year & was semi-caught up by 2018 with the realization that voting for either evil is still voting for an evil! (& of some 235 million of US these are the ONLY 2 qualified? MeThinks NOT) https://blisswithoutignorance.org/2020/11/18/we-the-people-v-they-the-corporations-2018-now/
    “Spin again & look at the media double-talking out the corners of their mouths & how diversity of thought is dying to the dichotomy of a left/right paradigm… “We The People” can’t speak without getting attacked or fired because … what if we say something that someone else might take as offensive? Remember that debacle years back on the un-reality show, “The Apprentice” (then starring the now, Mr. President) where someone was called racist for using the idiom, “pot calling the kettle black”? Whatever happened to, “I may not agree with what you say but I’ll defend… your right to say it”? Ok… hate speech could incite violence but who gets to define “hate”? The government? The Corporations? The media? They ALL already overtly incite violence in their own subliminal ways by working hand-in-hand keeping “We The People” divided, fighting with each other instead of standing up together against modern-day tyranny!”

  10. jrtoro says:

    James … have you heard anything from Spiro Skouras? He has been absent from all his platforms for 2 months now.

  11. Save 10% of Earnings! says:

    People get discouraged because a) they think someone else will solve these problems for them, “for the low low cost of only 1 vote!” and 2) they have no idea what they personally can do to take back power from the corrupt. Thats why I made this list. If you’re looking for things that you personally can do to reduce the influence of the powerful, and at the same time increase your own, go to http://www.Thoughtsonfreedom.xyz for a list of them.

  12. zyxzevn says:

    Who is Trump? Can’t find him on Google. (Joke)

  13. intento says:

    I didn’t write this but I did copy and paste it.
    It is worth reading…

    “”David Solway(American Thinker)
    Klaus Schwab, the chief proponent of a global project called the “Great Reset,” may be the most influential “intellectual” in the world today. A former member of the UN Advisory Board on Sustainable Development, he is the founder of the World Economic Forum (WEF) that meets annually in the Swiss resort town of Davos. Business Insider explains, “Each year, business leaders and heads of state give lectures and speak on panels about topics ranging from gender equality and venture capital to mental health and climate change.” And as the WEF website states, “The non-profit organization’s aim is to engage the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.”
    The “Great Reset,” a term coined in a 2011 book by economist Richard Florida and wholeheartedly adopted by Schwab in the context of the United Nation’s Agenda 2030 for sustainable development, proposes to determine “the future state of global relations, the direction of national economies, the priorities of societies, the nature of business models and the management of the global commons.” It presents itself as a humane and compassionate means to inaugurate a beneficial root-and-branch transformation of the social, economic and political structure of the world’s “operating systems”: capitalism, the free market and democracy.””

    Me again…
    All it takes to start a fire is a spark and this piece is that spark…
    Enjoy your weekend…

  14. Roy says:

    What happened to the focus on solutions ? I think your video vas very good. But it is what you said earlier that you wanted to brake away from, and focus on the future, not the history.

  15. sninvegas says:

    Hello James. Another great piece with a lot to contemplate.

    Regarding the question everyone must ask him/herself, what is mine to do? I too am like the person who wrote, turning over the garden to plant seeds. Life goes on. Yet, we are talking about the Fundamental Right of personal sovereignty.

    Have you heard of the Convention of States? Article 5 in particular. I would be interested in your take.

  16. pill says:

    Btw. Biden just allowed the military industrial complex to bomb the middle east. Wasn’t that the only thing that the old guy didn’t do as much?

  17. zyxzevn says:

    People should understand that SCIENCE has
    the same institutional structure as a government.
    It was also described as a Mafia organization.

    I noticed this when I encountered lots of evidence against many
    science-narratives. Narratives that were built from beliefs and ideologies,
    that seem reasonable, until tested and challenged.

    Global Warming /CO2.

    Vaccine skepticism

    Quantum Mechanics:

    The Sun /
    Big bang/ dark matter /general relativity:
    (yes, astronomers got even the sun completely wrong)

    Neo-darwinism (random evolution):

    Electricity and the body:

    The brain:

    Non-ionizing EM radiation affecting calcium channels and membranes:

    Corrupt science

  18. JadeEyes says:

    Dear J.C., thank you so much for all that you do. And what you do is always very worthy of attention. My best friend and I (both in our 60’s) come from the opposite sides of the Red/Blue division psyop. But since the 2016 election we have become deeply united in the understanding that All the World (that we’re ’shown’) is a Stage, and what is behind the curtain is what is critically important. Neither one of us misses one of your presentations. Very best regards, Laurey (and Rebecca) in rural CA/USA. (P.S. we both tune in to JEP as well!)

  19. imorsisme says:

    Well, after all is said and done, almost (Beware the start of March), according to the Q-folk, Trump was supposed to be inaugurated on March 4th after arresting Biden for treason, but lo! and behold … now they’re postulating that he could very well win a congressional seat in the next round of elections, thereby making him eligible to run in 2024! It’s a neverending litany of self-delusion that just doesn’t seem like it will fade away. It’s all so laughable and pathetic at once.

  20. loggin says:

    Agreed. No Trump wasn’t able to do what he claimed, especially on health but he did very well on the economy and would may well have won easily if it hadn’t been for the (un)timely Rona Plague.

    He lost the plot in the last year but he absolutely did the right thing orchestrating the Capitol demo. To me it was wonderful political theatre. If it frightened a few crooks, even better. He’s better than all of them. Yes I know his history.

    What he achieved was to rip the pish out of the dumbest most arrogant, most toxic people in the entire galaxy, American corporate liberals. Particularly the media. Hilarious.

  21. loggin says:

    He never wanted to be president and even said so several times during the 2020 election campaign.

    New York Times

    Did Bill (Clinton) tell you that you should run?” I asked.

    “He didn’t say one way or the other,” Trump replied, over a plate of meatballs.


    “Then, to make it crazier, Hillary Clinton called,” Daniels writes. “He had a whole conversation about the race, repeatedly mentioning ‘our plan’…


    Trump was trying to lose.

  22. Peripatêtikos says:

    I followed this fellow’s blog a good while back, got the gist of Q and then some. He’s covered it so thoroughly, insight after insight: https://augenguy.blogspot.com/search/label/Qanon It’s regrettable if, as it appears, his big traffic funnel is via Rense, but it’s better than no funnel at all.

  23. Peripatêtikos says:

    Then there’s a more, um, catholic approach http://theotokos.org.uk/fr-poulains-five-causes-of-false-revelations/ from Augustin Poulain, SJ, writing about a hundred years ago on false revelations. A salient passage toward the bottom of the page:

    – – –
    A suspicious character in modern political prophecies is the fact that they never lead us to withstand wicked men, and never suggest any serious manner of resisting them. Some even predict that the world is to change suddenly, by a miracle. “A new era” is on the point of appearing; everyone will become holy in an instant. The conclusion drawn from such predictions is that we should fold our arms and wait. Since God is to do everything, and makes a point of proclaiming it in advance, it would be an indiscretion and foolishness on our part to wish to help Him and to anticipate His appointed hour. Let us, then, go on doing nothing! This is a convenient doctrine.
    – – –

    The unironic use of term “The Great Awakening” should be sufficient to assume someone is peddling hopium.

  24. MEFF says:

    James, I´m soooo happy you made this video, because really there are stlll MANY people that can´t think, that still are totally blind about thinkin Trump and Q is good and that he´s gonna come back and that he did his best to drain the swamp. Really I can´t believe them!!!!! And it´s just that they don´t make enough research, they´re lazy and that they DON´T have common sense.

    How many smart “public figures”, as I don´t wanna tell them researchers or journalists, that were maybe 10 years making good job, when it arrived Q, they were like hypnotized forever to stick on the Trump´s and Q cult or religion.

    María from the land of Cactus, Mexico.

  25. MagicBullet says:

    In spite of this excellent video, JC and we, should still count some ways Trump has helped the cause of anti-globalism, anti-deep state, and has promoted freedom as we knew it. We should not feel pressured to be 100% in the “Trump is a psy-op” hive, even though I also believe it, but I don’t want to rehash all his swampy negatives. It is also possible that Trump was a reverse psy-op against the Globalists by pretending to cooperate.

    Even if compromised, Trump may have run up to his edge of allowable nasties against the Global elites and deep state running the psy-op, but he had many enemies in government and could only do so much.


    1. There are now many more than 70mil persons awake to the value of individual freedoms, the existence of the deep state (he hired but also fired many of them), Globalism (don’t forget Trumps anti-globalist speech at the UN), Covid as a psy-op plandemic and to avoid the jab and value HCQ, the nasties of the Global Reset, and even some up on Eugenics and the depopulation Grid.

    2. He did bomb Syria, and pulled out of Kurdish areas leading to deaths (it seems), but compared to the prior 16 years he did very little militarily on the ground.

    3. He and his legal teams, regardless of success, did help point out that our elections are rigged, elucidated how compromised our courts are, and started the Texas + others movement to secede from the union.

    4. He did do things that were undone by Biden (health care, oil & gas, trade tariffs, immigration control, Nato control, pull out of Paris), nevertheless, for the time he was given he did do them and showed the people the value of them-this makes Coke and Pepsi a bit different this time even if only a bit.

    So, IMO, I think it is possible that Trump was a psy-op AND AT THE SAME TIME, he had some freedom to do what he thought was right as commander in chief and the Globalists did not like some of that. I hope JC could someday come around to see these 2 sides of a coin can co-exist. If you want to disagree with this comment, please go easy on me.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Great points. I agree with you. Now that we know that the elections are rigged and what we are up against, the challenge is to do something about it besides voting.

      Also, it would be good to take note of what happens to Trump now and his net worth. Usually, there is some kind of gain in wealth and power when someone is working for the “elites”. For example the Clinton foundation. Obama and the Clintons have enriched themselves through their political careers. Following the money regarding Trump may give some insights into his motives. As far as I know, his net worth has declined. I may be wrong though.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      You bring up some valid points. There were some positive effects which hit society.

      It doesn’t mean that I endorse any politician nor the state, but sometimes good effects can occur.

      • lovetodust says:

        Am I the only one who thought that elections were rigged well before this last one? It didn’t take Trump to point that out to me.

        I respectfully disagree with this line of thought, Magic Bullet. Trump (and every president since Nov 22 1963) is only allowed to do what they are instructed to do. (In my opinion)

        Every positive that Trump initiated, was, to my mind, something he was told to initiate – with the full knowledge, maybe not by him but by TPTB – that those initiatives would be reversed once he’d fulfilled his purpose and was off to the golf course.

        I think this was a great episode. Funny, this episode is the most I have heard Donald Trump in my whole life. Never watched Apprentice. Never listened to any campaigning between him and Hilary. (couldn’t bear it) Never listened to him as President until he spoke in the Rose Garden last year about Covid.

        If watching Trump and Hilary Clinton debating each other, even in that little clip, is not enough to prove what a dog and pony smoke and mirrors show the whole thing is, I just don’t know what it would take.

        And then the Clinton accolades at his inauguration. He and Bill are probably playing golf right now.

        I LOVED the conversation between James and Mr. Kilkenny. It was so down to earth. Yes, hilariously, I felt the same way as the election approached – “gee, maybe Q is right… maybe we’re gonna be saved. Maybe I should vote…” That’s what living through the last year has done to my brain. I am so sickened, particularly at the Democratic party, that I’d have taken a tote off the hopium pipe, too.

        By the way, Catherine Austin Fitts termed Q “hope porn”.

        • MagicBullet says:

          You may have known elections were rigged but the masses didn’t wake up to that until Trump. Presidents generally follow TPTB, but some have tried other things and have gotten the axe: JFK, Nixon, and Trump attacked for 4 years, finally got the axe in the election. It was clearly NOT favorable for TPTB to have to expose election rigging to that extent. They may control a hell of a lot, but not everything, even JC espouses that.

          I agree with some of your comment, but it doesn’t really change anything about the possible validity of my post.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I always knew they influenced elections and maybe even rigged them like with Bush vs. Gore, but this was massive. It was obvious and massive. I don’t think I’ll ever vote again actually and I think many people also won’t.

            Now that we know what we know though, and I do think the Trump phenomenon helped shed light on things, what will we do?

            People will have to get off the couch and off their computers and actually do something about it.

            I’m going to move, personally, I think the place I’m living has zero potential to grow any type of resistance movement. I think that people on the “right” have much more room to grow and actually think outside the box. That’s one of the things I’ve learned in all of this is that resistance to tyranny won’t come from the “left”. It will come from free thinkers who either don’t identify politically or from people who like to keep their guns (who are traditionally conservative). This has surprised me, being someone who always thought I was “liberal” and that progressives were the good guys.

            • MagicBullet says:

              North Dakota or Florida seem to be good places. DeSantis is acting like “a rational little Trump” right now. But these places can still change on a dime when admins change.

              JC and I have hunkered down in Japan. The govt follows the “Covid is real and terrible” party line but don’t do much about it besides import voluntary vaccines and close restaurants at 800pm. I will probably never get on a plane out of this Island paradise again.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I don’t think I could live in North Dakota (too cold). I actually lived there for a while and the winters were brutal. Florida might be okay, but that’s really humid and hot.

                I decided to move to Arizona in one of the more “red” counties. It’s a constitutional carry state and I enjoy my guns and also the climate is preferable to other places. You can go into a store without a freaking mask on and go about your business in a relatively normal way there. It’s also pretty cheap to live there. I bought some land and am going have solar and have some chickens.

                People already use the barter system there. My house will be up in about a year.

                Japan sounds pretty cool though actually. Most people who I know who have visited have really liked it.

          • lovetodust says:

            MagicBullet, though I disagree with your train of thought I did not intend to convey that I thought your comment was not valid. Of course it is valid. I just disagree.

            I very strongly suspect that Trump was put in the White House to do exactly what they had scripted – namely tear the country down – or, let the country tear itself down – so that it was perfectly ready for the covid19 nightmare. It was like throwing a match on the gasoline.

            Do you really think people have woken up to rigged elections? I’m asking you seriously, not rhetorically. Do you mean Republicans? Because if you aske any Democrats that would be astonished at the mere suggestion, I suspect.

            • MagicBullet says:

              I don’t have, and don’t think anyone has quantitative data on voter fraud enlightenment, maybe there is a poll out there. However, it is all over many web sites, and voter fraud issues- mostly denial is all over the MSM- but that still brings people to look it up.

              For example, here’s one MSM article (maybe it’s watered down)

              But it’s clear that many state legislatures and thus many state citizens are in a deeper know about it, Texas+others made the court case, 2020 saw a boom in independent media views, Corbett, Info Wars, Gateway Pundit, you tubers, etc.

              The most obvious example was the thousands “stop the steal” Trump supporters who swooped down to DC marches numerous times.

              I only posted that Trump and his legal team brought election fraud to the fore, I didn’t say to the right or left, more right believe it, but some left also now believe it. Regardless the election fraud genie is out of the bottle much more clearly due to Trump, psy-op or not, TPTB were forced to take some drastic measures that brought one of their tricks out of the shadows.

    • Tim says:

      I tend to agree with you. Trump either directly or indirectly made many people more aware of how corrupt it all is.

      • DogStar says:

        By the time I post this no one will see it anyway, but the fact is that for many of us, Trump was not the factor that brought us to the independent networks. The idea of the system’s corruption been simmering for me since the Gore debacle (yes, ‘boring’ Gore, who would have worked his arse off to mitigate climate change – the world would be a much more liveable place today had he been in office, and I’m pretty sure that we all know that 9-1-1 would never have happened on his watch — both of which are reasons why the supreme court bypassed counting all the votes and illegally gave it to Bush). At any rate, it’s the COVID sh*tstorm that has led me to finally leave the mainstream media for good. I’ve been a natural health maven for years – don’t really trust conventional medicine except for mechanical things like a broken ankle, etc. – and the COVID crap stunk to high heaven from day one. – So I can only stomach the independent community anymore, and honestly, I don’t want to sound ‘hopeful’ but can it really be too long before the hundredth monkey out there tosses the mask of compliance and the Perpetrators of this Hoax finally pay for what I consider no less than atrocities [ https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/german-nursing-home-residents-died-pfizer-vaccine/ ] to the most vulnerable in our communities? – OK, all that just to let you know that I loathe both Trump and Biden (almost didn’t vote – which would’ve been anathema to me mere years ago, as Sanders has been my man the past 2 elections, but there were local issues which were important). Anyway, thankfully, however we’ve all gotten here, it’s very good that many of us are and question everything. And, let me tell you, I appreciate you all!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          DogStar says:
          By the time I post this no one will see it anyway, but the fact is that for many of us, Trump was not the factor that brought us to the independent networks.

          I read your comment DogStar.
          I’m tracking with ya.

    • mik says:


      I won’t comment “Positives” (you bet I could).

      What about Negatives?? There are some that hasn’t been mentioned in this video.

      here is my comment from November

      “warning!!! political agitation ahead


      This is not about why vote at all, target is the orange one.

      I think people congregating here could be described as truthers community, except those few payed trolls who visit any worth page above few 10k views.
      The orange one is harming us pretty badly by hijacking our topics and doing this in the most disgusting anti-intellectual way.

      Let me enumerate:

      1. MSM are fake news
      2. Deep state
      3. Climate change
      4. HCQ is drug for ‘rona

      Probably I forgot something but this should be enough, I guess.
      Not enough???
      Does the orange one posses any virtue that could be valued by a decent human being?

      How low can we go…don’t know, just follow the orange one and you might find answer.”

      So what is more important for you the orange one or Truth???

      Do you think there is some place for haggling?? (what about revisiting last newsletter about haggling)

      • zyxzevn says:

        HCQ does work according to science and the doctors and patients using it.
        10x less deaths, in combination with zinc for example.
        Same with Ivermectin, Budesonide.
        Not according to the frauds. who get so much publication
        in science journals with poisoning patients
        or faking hospitals, P-hacking, etc.

        Masks and lockdowns do not work either, based on scientific evidence.
        But that is now an extremely censored topic.

        The science is completely broken, is I posted above.
        That is due to the governmental/mafia structure
        within the science community.

        The deep state is mafia inside the government.
        There are different groups of them.
        On http://www.saidit.com/s/DeepState
        I point out some of these groups.

        The military complex is the biggest mafia who
        work together with the CIA to create wars in foreign countries.
        Which are plundered afterwards.

  26. Ben Stone says:

    Great show James!
    Without the links and armed with only history and the info available at the time, I gave this same talk in 2013 at the Free State Project’s Liberty Forum in New Hampshire, but they were largely more interested in getting their people elected. So I gave the same talk at Porcfest 2013. Then they lined up to vote anyway.
    Oh well.
    Then I gave this same talk at the 2014 Porkfest. Same result.
    Then in 2015 I gave this same talk at the Midwest Peace and Liberty Festival while wearing a black and gold shirt that read “Kill The Precedent!”
    Who knows, maybe someone listened.

    For anyone looking for a “what to do now” manual, get my free book here: https://www.badquaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/FieldManualNo1.pdf

    The free audio version is also available on the same site.

    At this point I can do no more.

  27. cbmpfi says:

    I agree that the selection process is a complete sham and that our Coke vs. Pepsi system is a false dichotomy, and always has been. But a root cause of the problem was the Enlightment that rooted God out of governments so that they operate as though He doesn’t exist. So now God is letting the world stew in this chaos. Government has not always been corrupt from top to bottom as it is now. To me, the high water mark was in the middle ages when Catholic monarchs truly worked for the best interests of their people. There were some bad monarchs back then, but the system kept them more or less in check.
    I do believe that any government should be subsidiarist: i.e. the principle that a central authority should have a subsidiary function, performing only those tasks which cannot be performed at a more local level (starting with the family). The opposite of totalitarianism, if you will. As a Catholic, I see the situation now as insoluble, humanly speaking. Especially with a globalist shill like Jorge Bergoglio, a.k.a. Francis, in Rome. But nevertheless, I support Corbett’s practical solutions, the things we can do right now to survive and fight the system. But it’s also going to take a lot of prayer and penance for God to turn the tide. St. Augustine said: “Pray as though everything depended on God. Work as though everything depended on you.”

  28. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Communities & Echo Chambers

    In Texas, there are a lot of Trump advocates. I notice that they often follow each other on social media feeds, and thus the same type of story meme or narrative will echo.

    Even in the alternative media, we see echoes.
    In fact, I believe that each category and form of community serves up an echo.

    As for me, I avoid debating politics or religion in social settings. However, I like to throw in jokes to the receiver if I know where they are coming from. Example: To my Math teacher relative in California, I will say something like, “Be sure your advanced math problems are racially and gender inclusive, and certainly don’t make any student feel uncomfortable.”

    I don’t make anyone wrong for their view on politics as a solution. Rather than preaching the fallacy of the election system and statism, I just tell people how I stand. That I feel the entire system is broken and corrupt. That I am a Voluntaryist.

    Last week at the grocery store, an employee wanted to update my “store discount” information. I balked. I started telling the girl about “The Great Reset” and Technocracy. She had no clue…never heard of “The Great Reset”. I said that she needs to go to the alternative media. She replied, “I do go to the alternative media. I watch Fox News.” So, I had to educate her a little bit…and gently…repeatedly…insist that she go to CorbettReport.com

    • lovetodust says:

      Yes, Home Remedy, I often end my state-of-the-disunion discussions with Corbett’s phrase “I could be wrong….” Which of course, I could.

  29. loggin says:

    Simple question. Why are my comments still in moderation ?

    • Corbett says:

      Because I run this website by myself and I was sick in bed with food poisoning yesterday.

      • loggin says:

        Thanks James. I only asked because you snipped a comment earlier on.

        I can hardly keep up with your work never mind emulate it. The detail is very impressive. Thanks for all you do. I think I’ve been reading you for at least 10 years

        all the best


      • lovetodust says:

        Oh my God, I’ve had it (food poisoning) 3 times (in NYC!) I remember lying in bed and just thinking I wanted to die. I haven’t eaten at a salad bar since.

        James – I hope I can link this video properly. I just saw it on Offguardian and wondered if you had seen it. Reimer Fuellrich and Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger. She is a WHO “whistleblower”. Lots about Gates! Are you aware that he asked to be voted to the WHO board as a nation-state??
        (I hope that info is not in your Gates docu and I missed it.)



        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Food Poisoning Remedy – Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE)

          I’ve seen this work well on Salmonella / food poisoning for good number of people.

          I take it at the first signs of strange Twilight Zone stomach activity following a meal. I’ve had food poisoning several times in the distant past. It ain’t no fun to pray to the commode god.

          I’ve read some anecdotal comments that some folks have had success with it to make a bug deterrent spray. This Spring, I may try that in the garden.

  30. LoL says:

    James! Beeblebrox! That’s totally awesome 🙂

    I thought Trump reminded me of Breeblebrox.
    If this whole thing was’t ‘real’ it would’ve been a really well written play.
    Douglas Adams could even sue them for plagiarism.

    But, unfortunately, it’s real, but fake real.

    Thanks for another awesome report.


  31. katiyi says:

    Beautiful demonstration.

  32. Slickdog says:

    I’m confused.

    Serious Question 1: Is James saying all local, state and federal elections pointless? I get how with president the choice is between Coke and Pepsi but I still vote, I just have expectations in perspective and realize the need to find more impactful solutions.

    Serious Question 2: Is James hinting that there’s another form of government that doesn’t involve elections that is a better alternative? I’ll keep an open mind.

    This podcast left me feeling “Well, screw it. Nobody gets it, everybody except me and a few lucky enough to find JC will ever understand, so guess I’ll just unplug from all media and keep fingers crossed things get better, censorship will go away, my kid will find a way to get by …..”

    This is the first time in over a year of listening to him weekly and also diving into archives I felt this way. Responses to my questions appreciated.

    • cu.h.j says:

      JC supports agorism, voluntary interactions and economies that are decentralized. Government is centralized control and has revealed itself to be tyrannical and exploitive. There are controllers who use government to achieve nefarious goals, like depopulation and population control (controlling what people do and think, etc.), and control and theft of resources.

      I think his position is that voting is pointless because the controllers have bought and paid for the government so choice of candidates are an illusion. The book Tragedy and Hope by Carroll Quigley outlines how “the network” influences government so that they always maintain control. It’s a huge book and I haven’t read it, but there are summaries of this work that are quite good. I listened to an audiobook that summarized the book quite nicely.

      I think national politics do support this hypothesis quite nicely. I have also voted most of the time because I felt like it’s impossible to control everything and that my vote on the national level was “the lesser of two evils”. Locally, I did and still do feel like it can have a positive impact on our local environment since we still do live in a statist society here in the US. I think that voting for local government officials can help (sometimes).

      There are still many questions I have about this hypothesis, that government necessarily breeds corruption and exploitation. In the beginning didn’t it have some purpose to organize people around common goals and have some benefits? Is it an evolutionary process in the development of our species? Isn’t it natural to have leaders and followers? After all, parents are the leaders of their children initially. Can leadership be decentralized and/or lead to liberation?

      Also, since we are questioning the legitimacy of government and JC’s work has come from the current paradigm doesn’t this necessarily mean that there is some good that comes from the current paradigm?

      JC does say that they don’t control everything (and I don’t believe they can or ever will control everything), can’t some good come from voting particularly on the local level since you never know what might come from someone once they are in a position of influence?

  33. Terraset says:

    I’m leaving this message largely for myself but also to say that I’m no longer going to be funding this work. Luckily its only $1 so its not like much will be lost. I no longer care about any of this stuff, I don’t care about freedom, I don’t care if the government wants to enslave the world, I have no line in teh sand for me or anyone else at this point. I just don’t care about any of it anymore. I don’t really believe that free humanity will win, yes you guys have FINALLY started to get slightly more organised. But whether you win or lose no longer matters to me. I just want to go live my life. All of this stuff has done nothing for me beyond cause stress and friction with others. So I’m pulling myself out of the fight. I don’t want to watch any sort of news, mainstream or alternative, I don’t care what’s happening in the world anymore, or how totalitarian it is or isn’t getting or what the solutions are. I am just going to watch gaming videos and other nonsense and work on my own little meaningless projects that make me happy and then die. And if the government orders me to do something I’ll just do it, because its not like any of this matters.

    So goodbye and good luck I guess.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Thanks for sharing your perspective. I understand where you are coming from and it’s certainly your choice what you decide to do.

      I personally don’t want any drugs they are pushing or the other shit like wearing masks. It bothers me and impairs my life. It’s not a concession I’m willing to make.

      I don’t readily share this information with a vast group of other people though to be honest because I still need to work in their shitty system on the fiat currency in order to build a better life.

      If I was in the position to share with a vast audience without affecting my earning potential I would definitely do it.

      Have fun with your projects and I wish you the best! You might be one of the lucky ones and the “vaccine” (s) might not bother you.

    • mkey says:

      Care is the underlaying principle. Without care we lose and nothing really matters anyhow. When they get everyone to think like you do, they will know they have won.

      • flammable says:

        If the majority just did not care, yes there will be instant victories, but there will be instant losses. A lot of the plans require enough of the populace to be utterly committed to the “greater good”. The plandemic required plenty of common citizens who worked their heart and soul out to unknowingly spread propaganda and destroy livelihoods. We have people using incredible amounts of energy that could have gone to gaining freedom and improving lives being used for destruction. If most people were actually lackadaisical and just following easy orders for convenience then a significant portion of the technocratic control plan will be scrapped.

  34. Ethan Hunter says:

    I can’t tell you how much I appreciated this report!

    I have to admit, I got caught up in the “Trump train” when I perceived him to be anti-establishment and fighting the “globalists”.

    While he did have some very good policies, I had no idea he had flipped flopped on many issues as highlighted in this report – and I thank you for reminding me how fake the political arena is in the United States. This I have known for years but got duped this time around because of the “hopium” you were talking about.

    I for years – after the Obama fiasco and government antics around the national debt – divorced myself from political discussion and cares and went back into the neutral zone.

    Yet, like Kilkanny aptly put it, I got “sucked back in” when I thought there was going to be some real change with Trump’s tenure in office and was looking forward to his re-election.

    When the election circus turned out to be a disaster this go-around, I am painfully reminded of whom is really in control of American and other national polities – especially after perusing the power players involved in the “Election Integrity Project”.

    It is ridiculous and silly to put any faith in this system or even to croon about “election integrity” after what has happened.

    Our eyes indeed need to be focused on solutions to resisting the geopolitical influences of the “men behind the curtain” and quit being distracted by the Super Bowl cheering for team Red and Blue that has distracted us from the real issues at hand – namely the Great Reset and the Davos agenda.

    Thank you for these sobering reminders and encouraging us to focus on real solutions from real people in the communities that matter to us.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I got sucked in a bit too. I think the MSM constant attacks tricked me into thinking that Trump was a real threat to the establishment.

      Perhaps that was all psychological manipulation, get people to have empathy for him and he is still supporting deep state goals.

      I don’t know for sure, but the facts can’t be ignored. His supporting operation warp speed and keeping Fauci and Birx in there are very suspicious to me. The Covid scam and lockdowns have been the worst attack on humanity that I have ever lived through and it happened on Trumps watch.

  35. andrew.s says:

    Dear James

    How would you approach the matter of not voting if you happened to be a citizen of one of the 22 countries in the world where voting is mandatory?

    These are: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Congo-DR, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Greece, Honduras, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Mexico, Nauru, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Singapore, Thailand and Uruguay.

  36. Kate says:

    Chris Hedges in his interview with TVO’s Steve Paikin provides some remarkable insight into the collapse of the American empire.

    He explains how Trump got elected,”He tapped into the deep despair and rage that large segments particularly the white working class feels having been betrayed by both parties.”

    “. . . Trump has been vomited up out of a very diseased country.”

    “Trump is the symptom, not the disease. . . he’s a con artist . . . he was astute enough to tap into the zeitgeist.”

    Like you James, he has recommendations to get out of the mess we are all in.


  37. felix says:

    I come at the end of a long list of comments so will hardly be noticed, but I would just like to say that the man Corbett interviewed sounds and looks like a tenth rate dimwit. Anyone with two brain cells to rub together, after seeing the faces of Hitler, Mussolini, Trump, Biden, for a few seconds, knows they are evil to the core People say, oh, but you can’t make comparisons with Hitler. They are wrong; you can. The same psychological, authoritarian bound mechanisms are in full swing. Freud has done a thorough examination of them and it should be studied. The oedipal, loved, hated, worshipped God-and-devil father figure in action It is not so much Trump who chooses his hysterical masses, it is they who choose him. The people who stormed the capitol wanted to be caught and possibly also punished. This is the phenomenon that should be carefully studied.
    My father heard Hitler give a speech once and packed his bags. Unfortunately not all Americans can pack their bags – and where would they go? Certainly not to Britain where things could hardly be worse.
    As I was writing this comment a computer brain was eliminating my text as I went along so I have prepared it on another page. This often happens to me when I am writing about politics. The censors definitely have their eyes on me. I remain defiant and go on trying.

  38. J.P. Wheels says:

    Been MIA as of late…James you nailed it with the opener! Been saying it for four years, Trump is no different from Obama, just a new spin on the same ole tricks.

    Do good, be kind, strive for greatness!


  39. jo says:

    Wow, you seriously just added Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy to my growing list of science fiction that accurately describe the present. It’s been ages since I read it.

    As soon as I was able to vote, I registered independent, voted libertarian, then didn’t vote for over a decade save for a few local elections. Not believing the official 9/11 story will do that. I still don’t know how I went from that to convincing myself any of it mattered for ~5 years, during which I voted for a couple of Democrats. I’m starting to think–seriously, now–that smartphones in addition to living in a liberal city had something to do with it. The last time I voted for a Dem I said “Never again.” As in never again would I vote for someone because they were a supposed “lesser evil.” (To add insult to injury, I got the lesser of two evils wrong!) I definitely relate to Unsafe Space’s Keri Smith, especially that Triggernometry interview “How I Left the Social Justice Cult.” I had doubts even as I continued going through the motions.

    I thought for sure I’d immediately start having friendly conversations with the Trump supporters in my family, but I haven’t, really. They’re easier conversations, but waking up to the fact that we have ZERO say and that it’s all a show they put on for us? Hard pill to swallow. Gotta admit I’ve lost some sleep over the past year. To be fair, it was hard for me to accept that Bernie is part of the show, too. I see Trump and Bernie as, at least on the surface, the populists ‘they’ had to throw our way because we were waking up. Gets us every time.

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