Episode 399 - Phew

04/13/202161 Comments

So YouTube have removed my main channel. Remember when Time Magazine made You the Time Person of the Year for 2006, proclaiming that the rise of YouTube demonstrates how "You control the Information Age"? Well, I do. Join me for this special podcast from the humble birthplace of The Corbett Report as I reflect on the 14 year journey that has led me to this point and how we can proceed forward into the post-YouTube era.

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Episode 398 – Science Says

Mission Accomplished: The Corbett Report Removed From YouTube

Now It's Your Turn

You — Yes, You — Are TIME's Person of the Year

The WWI Conspiracy

"IP Freely (Screw YouTube)" by KODOMOSAN
on Soundcloud / BandCamp / Minds / BitChute / YouTube (haha)


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  1. carol5555 says:

    Great podcast, James. Loved the last 4 minutes the very most! You rock.

  2. whaugen says:

    ATV Corbett… see ya down the road… ‘caus’ we’re in for the long haul…

  3. dregeye says:

    Greetings James. There is no human that I believe 100%, including you. I thank you for making so much information available, for recruiting Broc and for being so consistent in your ‘output’ and accuracy, as confirmed by the reference links you provide. You are at the top of my list of trustworthy ‘sources’ as a result of that accuracy, your demeanor, humor and seriousness, composing, singing and the way you play that Les Paul!
    Maybe LOVEBITES (Japanese band) and many others will ‘cover’ “Screw YouTube” as their own content is deemed ‘unacceptable’ in the world of corporate-monopoly-morality.
    Look at that magazine again ’cause you are (a) “man of the year” every year!

    (I love the transition to the Rock rendition!)

  4. CJ says:

    Congratulations James.
    I actually prefer your hit record / closing number played at 1.25x speed. 😂

  5. jasondm says:


    Thanks for the great run on GoogleTube. Looking forward to more great content on whatever platform you are allowed to speak truth and facts on.

  6. CRM114 says:

    JAMES comin’ THRU wit doughs SMASHINGPUMPKINS rifffs! eyy (&yellow sub reference) MUCH LOVE

    John Renbourn

    Yamandu Costa

    Rei Harakami

  7. black sheep says:

    Loved the music video !!

    Im surprised it took so long as well, James.

    Keep rockin my man.

  8. 515 says:

    I achieved a goal today and it feels great for very selfish reasons. I knew this was coming and told myself I was done perpetuating the problem and to help I vowed not to learn about this while on the their silo echo chamber from hell.


    Take down Corbett Report Extras! I might be in the minority on this but they are still running ads on your videos and you have too too many views ..

    If anything I would post each video so it stops 25 seconds into it and they have to click on your link to redirect to here or LBRY (Who is in the fight of his life right now) and it does not look good.

    You have too many people who will watch there and make them money for nothing.

    Odysee is a great platform with the kind of guy this government hates because he is not corruptible and the SEC is trying to crush him and any crypto they cannot tax.

    Youtube is literally discriminating based on truth telling, they only censor shows who use white papers because those papers are not meant to be viewed

  9. redrose says:

    PHEW indeed!!!
    Hey, James, I just realized I (as well as the millions of others of my generation), was man/person of the year twice! As you pointed out, 2006 was “you” and back in 1966; it was youth…(25 and under). I was 15.
    Thank you for all your work and thanks to Broc, too.

    Screw youtube. Their loss….

  10. shelley11 says:

    I don’t know the word I am looking for?

  11. Arkeron says:

    I really miss the 2007 internet.
    It was superior as what we have today.
    That window of opportunity is closing and make me sad.

    • Venteke69 says:

      it’s all meant to be… that 2007 perceived “freedom of speech” was already on a drip back then. We are only ever going to enjoy real freedom in every way when we CLAIM it. I find it personally encouraging that the ranks of the “conspiracy theorists” have been joined by thousands upon thousands of real clever folks from the medical/legal profession. That in itself is significant. It is starting people, it is starting this big counterpoint of humanity. ALL meant to be…

    • Duck says:


      It was a transitional ecosystem… they always intended it to kill off the old, uncontrollable economy and the only way they could lure everyone in was to make it genuinely juicy.
      Makes me sad too

      • Arkeron says:

        In 2007 As the TIME article show the gatekeepers did not know by how much they got their ass kicked by people like James Corbett. Now they scream censorship.
        Google video was good (imo superior than youtube) in 2007, the recommended videos where amazing, not anymore… Making it worse by design is obvious because the gatekeepers looses the infowar in a fair internet.

        • Duck says:

          “..In 2007 As the TIME article show the gatekeepers did not know by how much they got their ass kicked by people like James Corbett..”

          You know… I think that even THAT might have been planned and accepted as a risk. To get people to check INTO the internet they needed it to be better then the other media.

          As bad as the gatekeeping was in the days of newspapers books and magazines TOTALLY strangling voices (like, say, the ‘Radio Preist’ Father Coughlin or Mae Brussell) was harder to do when OTHER entertainment and distractions were sucky and boring… who really sat watching TV for as long as people stare at their phone?

  12. Iris.L says:

    I am really happy that you never compromised your integrity and that you utilized the time you were given on gootube to educate millions of people. I’m a bit melancholy about, as its the end of a window of free flowing information. Congratulations and thank you so much for all your hard work.

  13. chancey says:

    I found you due to LRC, not youtube, so there’s one exception at least.

  14. mkey says:

    Youtube suggested this video to me. My subscriber list getting thinner by the day.

  15. Venteke69 says:

    No worries James, you will survive, YT won’t…

  16. zyxzevn says:

    Reiner Fuellmich – We have the Evidence
    It was never about the virus.
    Tests were wrong on purpose.
    Those in power want control, via printed money.
    Europe is totally broke.
    Private corporations want to take over the world.

    • Control Savvy says:

      Before I watched this video I had already come to the conclusion that we are living under the Dictatorship of the Global Corporations. I didn’t and don’t have sufficient evidence to back up what has become a pretty strong opinion–based on large swaths of circumstantial evidence…but not enough to stand up in court. We would have to video tape one of the meetings among the overlords of the 3000 to really get the evidence necessary to convince people. After watching this video in hopes that I would actually get some of the evidence I needed in order to not sound totally crazy when I claim that this country is essentially a dictatorship, I have to admit I am disappointed. We have to hold people we agree with to the same standards of evidence that we hold the mainstream media. Fuellmich just gave us a great demonstration of Rhetoric. Nothing wrong with that. It’s what lawyers do, and you want the lawyer on your side to be good at using every persuasive trick known to humankind when arguing your case. However it only works on people who are not familiar with the art of persuasion.

  17. rebel.soul says:

    James you are the best

    I’ve been accepting for some time that we will be like that cartoon lady living in ‘2030’s sister.. the one who didn’t conform… dirty and stinking living in filth hahahaha!

    homo sapiens 1.0

    much love! we’ll be here :))

  18. Shaman O'Sanity 2020 says:






    These were left online…

  19. vadoum says:

    in the spirit of “solutions watch”, here Jon Rappaport has a basic model that would use good health to win, and in the process derail the the marketers that have derailed the science thats derailing society (if even 1 governor would read/try this,,):


  20. RickMcCarthy says:

    Great fun going down memory lane and good on you for not taking the yt deletion to heart. If ever a dubious distinction were to be worn as a badge of honor, this is it.

    Also, good fun to see you guys rockin’ out at the end. Rock on, truth rockers. 🤘

  21. Carin says:

    I was red-pilled by The Corbett Report on YT by chance just a few years ago. I am grateful that I found so many people and movements and perspectives through it before dreaded 2020. I had no real commitment to YT anyway and abandoned it months ago. There are so many other ways…

    Loved the song!

  22. scpat says:

    This will be an exciting ride. Looking forward to experiencing it with you.

  23. Ben Stone says:

    Well done James!
    I left GooTube in 2013, by my own choice. But you have done it with real class.
    Again, well done!

  24. Mintaka says:


    Be honest James, you 𝘄𝗮𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗱 to get banned.
    Otherwise it wasn’t ‘Mission Accomplished’.

    All the best in your post-GooTube era!
    Perhaps you can call it ‘The Corbett Report 2.0’.

  25. thewarrior says:

    Get on with your bad self James! The truth is a beautiful thing. You’re doing a great job brother at providing an absolutely crucial service in these times. The crap that they are trying to tell us is the truth is worth about two dead flies.
    I have the greatest respect for the work that you have compiled and I thank you for all the time and effort you put into it. I dig on your style articulate, eloquent, brutally honest, and humorous. Keep kicking ass and taking names! That song rocks!!!
    I’m not the richest guy around but I have enough to kick you down some to keep your work going. Thanks for everything.

  26. plantsolutions says:

    should be called ustube ;D

  27. AnimalsArentFood says:

    2006 seems like a very short time ago.
    I remember reading that Time magazine issue at work like it was yesterday.

    I can definitely see the appeal of finally shedding the anti-truth censorship cesspool that YouTube has become, but I suspect we will all soon be working to get as much content back into that cesspool as possible, a la Morpheus entering the Matrix to pull people out.
    Otherwise we’re going to be greatly outnumbered by modern day witch-burners wielding syringes instead of torches.

  28. AnimalsArentFood says:

    I found you on YouTube.

    It was your polished appearance, news-room-like setup and (a little later) an RT appearance that I initially saw value in.

    It was kinda like a mainstream news person delivering very non-mainstream truths.

    I knew I could share your videos with non-conspiracy-researchers and they’d find them more credible than, say, Alex Jones videos.

    Thank you for all you’ve done and continue to do.

  29. Victor says:

    Great stuff James. Thumbs up to your comment ‘thewarrior’ agree 100%
    Also congratulations your now on dollarvigilante.tv.

    I know your thoughts on radiohead, so if you haven’t, lookup ‘charlie cheswick sheep’ on bitchute, excellent parody.

    1: I found you while browsing an article on mercola.
    2: I always refer others to your website, nice easy to remember domain name.

  30. HEDGE110 says:

    I check in on http://www.corbettreport.com every single day. It is a great place to find the 0.01%. James, there’s a Billy Corgan vibe in that last 4 minutes.

  31. HEDGE110 says:

    Worth revisiting episode 082 – https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-082-goodbye-australia/ at 8:55 mark. J.D. Rockefeller IV on paper and pencil – ‘the internet should have never existed’.

  32. Ned Isakoff says:

    James guessed correctly regarding (((Richard Stengel’s))) current view on free speech online. From Wikipedia:

    >Stengel’s latest book, “Information Wars,” has been praised by Madeleine Albright, Walter Isaacson and Jon Meacham. It tells the story of his efforts to combat both Russian disinformation and ISIS messaging from the State Department, and the eventual formation of the Global Engagement Center, the one government agency tasked with fighting the global epidemic of disinformation. The book’s final chapter details what can be done about disinformation, everything from amending the Communications and Decency Act to make the big platform companies more liable for their content to making media literacy a compulsory subject in high school.

  33. Control Savvy says:

    I think it’s time to make a slow retreat from Google and YouTube. Is proton mail still a good alternative for email and is duckduckgo still good for searches? I trust this community for best solutions, so any help you can give…

    • Continue to assume that every online service may secretly be dirty, and continue to stay away from the ones that have already proven themselves to be dirty.

      I don’t mean to be a downer, but, after 26 year on the Internet, I don’t know of any online service that became widely popular without being shut down or becoming dirty.
      It may be the case that TPTB uses infiltration, buyouts, permit refusal, red tape, financial sanctions, DoS, physical threats, blackmail, framing, national security laws + gag orders, stock market manipulation and even murder & ‘suicide’ to capture or shut down any service that becomes widely popular.
      Additionally, they have the ability to run competing services at a profit loss using funneled tax dollars, black budget money & billionaire banker contributions. Combine that with greased legal system wheels at every turn and they can bury the competition.

      To answer your question specifically:
      It’s still Protonmail and Tutanota for free mail.
      For search use DuckDuckGo, and whenever DuckDuckGo is failing to produce results that you know Google can, instead of hopping onto Google, hop onto StartPage and it will retrieve Google results for you.

      • Oh, I forgot to mention that they (TPTB) also have access to all the deep state intel and all the hoarded ‘breakaway civilization’ technology.
        I guess it would be kinda miraculous if anyone besides them controlled any widely popular (free) online service for very long.

        • Control Savvy says:

          Thanks for the info. I will sign on to proton and maybe look into less popular not-free ways to communicate. I’m not concerned with covering up nefarious activities–just trying to feel relatively secure while having conversations with friends and family. Problem is, now I have to convince loved ones to get and use proton too.

          • 1. Technically, TPTB aren’t looking for people engaging in nefarious activities; they’re looking for people who pose a threat to their nefarious activities.

            2. All of your behavior & communications — whether nefarious, exciting or mundane — are being fed into computers to analyze, predict and manipulate humanity. Any information you give them further empowers them.

            3. TPTB have unlimited storage space so everything they intercept — every E-mail, internet comment, phone call, game chat, every movement in from of a lens — will likely be stored forever in their servers. They have no reason to delete it. Not only is that an incredibly disturbing violation of your privacy, it could be used in the future to retroactively charge you for wrong-speak & thought crimes.

            4. In my opinion, privacy is, in general, a human necessity. Something that’s critical for human mental health & development, healthy human relationships and healthy human communities.

    • theQuickening says:

      Agreed, and I agree with AnimalsArentFood regarding Protonmail, though I do use that and Tutanota presently. For searches, I find searx.me and metager.org to be best. DuckDuckGo is now my go-to when I the Google algorithm. I get more or less the same results. After searx and metager, I’d check out oscobo.com, or gibiru.com. Here’s something cool I haven’t tried yet – to create your own search engine, see yacy.net

  34. Davewave says:

    Hello James,

    I’m 74, still quite healthy, active and working. As long as those qualities of my life continue, I will continue to support ($$) your work and message. Wish so hard we could meet in person for a little chat. Why? Because I concluded a 30+ year mathematical market research which proves conclusively the stock market is “run”. It’s a hell of a true story but probably one that will not make the light of day because I must work four days a week to be able to live.

    Cheering you on in your quest to bring the Truth of facts to light in these darkening times. Kind Regards, Dave

    • theQuickening says:

      I hear that – I have been doing my own digging over the past few years regarding vaccines and certain autoimmune conditions (and conditions that I suspect have an autoimmune component), but I gotta work 5 days a week to pay the bills. Luckily, I think there’s a small handful of people who’ve noticed the same things. I may just send a trusted few what I’ve got and hope for the best. At the same time, I’m trying to find a way out of the system – at least get one leg out the door : ) All the best to you, fellow traveler.

  35. paul6 says:

    First, thank you, James, this is clearly one of the best, perhaps the best information site on the whole internet. Everything is so well presented, with very good arguments, well sourced, with clear, well arranged hyperlinks. It is a pleasure to use this site.

    I do not have a YouTube account but to be honest in most cases I watch your videos via YouTube because there I can find a 720p (high resolution) version of your videos. I almost always download those videos to keep them on my hard disk.

    Do you upload high res versions of your videos to other platforms than YouTube? Thanks !

  36. theQuickening says:

    James, wow – I think this was my favorite so far over the past year.

    On December 31, 1999, I managed the office of a small ISP in a small city out West (US). What a time to be young but had grown up in an analog world. I watched X-Files, listened to Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell while he was still on the air (he was back from a brief retirement at that time, I believe), downloaded my favorite music via Napster when it was really Napster. Ah, those halcyon days!

    That video recently about salting the internet got me thinking I’d need to start sending support via snail mail (made sense in my head that day). Later that same week, I got an email from my employer stating that I might have to take the jab as a condition of employment unless I have an exemption of some sort. Let’s hope the fact that I work remotely (always have with this employer) will be an acceptable reason to say no. Either way, sooner or later it’s going to be clear where I stand. Whether I took the jab may soon be info available to the entire school even if I do have some exemption.

    Feels good to wake from the decade-long coma I’ve been in, and I again feel like I did on December 31, 1999. There’s a wilderness out there, and there’s no going back. Thanks for being a significant part of that, James.

  37. MackX says:

    Congrats James! Great video and all in an uplifting note. Rock it! =)

  38. SW says:

    Well done James! And to YT, “So long, and thanks for all the fish!”

  39. alceste says:

    I wanted you to know that I shared this video with my co-workers, fellow morlocks at this more than three letter agency…all of the letters, in fact. Har har.

    *lowers and shakes head, holding it as only bald men can*

    It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on him not understanding it.

    • nosoapradio says:

      It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on him not understanding it.

      unfortunately very true…

      but the colossal “Screw YouTube” international hit song video has put a melody back in my heart after all my students’ English class cancellations allegedly due to Covid-1984…

  40. dmay says:

    Nice song, great Gootube exit theme. Thank you!

  41. reowen says:

    Interesting retrospective. I didn’t know some of the details about how you started. But I’m glad you did. You’ve been discerning & forward-thinking not only on topics & issues but about staying in the game. Keep up the good work!

  42. alucientes says:

    I know this is an older video, but I will leave this note bc I came across it again now.

    How quickly time passes. Something our oligarchic overlords know well, which is why they think and plan in terms of decades. Thank you for all you’ve done, James. You took the frustration many of us were experiencing at that time and gave us an articulate and informed voice. You went on to show us more than many could have ever imagined about the world we live in. From your amazing documentaries, to your annual work on 9/11, all of the interviews over the years, NWNW, work on history, just the whole of an amazing body of work you should be extremely proud of. I cannot imagine work more important than one which reveals the world as it actually is. Saying thank you and being a supporter does not feel like nearly enough, but is my small contribution. Stay strong. You are much loved.

  43. TruthSeeker says:

    For one reason or another I do not recall seeing this episode back in April of 2021. Indeed, Celebrating the end of 14 years on Youtube is a milestone.

    So, now it’s “Them Tube”, as it should be, but much can be said about how Youtube provided the(then open) platform for The Corbett Report to become popular. Indeed, it was once a good thing that went bad. Founded in February of 2005 by 3 employees of PayPal (see link below)this Corporation was purchased by Google in November of 2006 (which is a very Big Corporation) because they thought that they could use it to make money. As it turns out Governments pay big money for the data they collect, yet being a “Corporation” they are under the Spell of a Bankster Controlled government.


    That said, I think one can entertain a Physiological Argument about Corporations being fictitious creations that exist to make money and can be sold to “Sell out” those who have come to trust in their “patented” product. The “Corbett Report”, not being a Corporation, nor having Patents to protect, can not be Sold. If it could Google would have offered James more than enough for him to retire on.

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