Episode 393 - The 4th Annual Fake News Awards!

01/16/2021133 Comments

From the palatial living room studios of The Corbett Report it's the 4th Annual Fake News Awards. The boldest lies. The stupidest propaganda. The ugliest presstitution. Join James as he debunks the lies and shames the liars behind the biggest fake news stories of 2020. Who will take the Dino for the worst fake news story of the year? Watch and find out!

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Worst Acting by a Politician or Health Official goes to Matt Hancock crying over William Shakespeare

Best Acting by an Actor in a Fake and Staged Scamdemic goes to Governor Andrew Cuomo for his Scripted Scamdemic Unreality Show

Fakest Fact Check Award goes to FactCheckNI for Can you generate a positive result for COVID-19 from an RT-PCR test?

Fear Porn Story of the Year goes to the New York Post for NYC may temporarily bury coronavirus victims on Hart Island

Best Orwellian Doublethink Award goes to Ali Velshi for "It is not generally speaking unruly but fires have been started."

Best Suppression of a Real News Story goes to NPR for their refusal to cover the Hunter Biden laptop story

Lockdown Hypocrite of the Year Award goes to Neil Ferguson for breaking the very lockdown orders he himself helped bring about

Fakes Science Story of the Year goes to the BBC for Oxford Covid vaccine 'safe and effective' study shows

Fake News Story of the Year goes to Bloomberg for Coronavirus Is 10 Times Deadlier Than Seasonal Flu, Fauci Says


The First Annual REAL Fake News Awards

The 2nd Annual REAL Fake News Awards

The 3rd Annual REAL Fake News Awards

Matt Hancock crying over William Shakespeare

Governor Cuomo Receives Founders Award at 48th International Emmy Awards

Cuomo blames large gatherings in the Hasidic community for spread of COVID-19...

...using a photo from 2006

Cuomo implores New Yorkers to stay home on Thanksgiving: 'Forget the politics'

Gov. Cuomo cancels Thanksgiving plans with family after backlash

Cuomo orders nursing homes to accept sick patients

Cuomo still refuses to disclose total number of COVID-19 nursing home deaths: watchdog

‘It never happened’: Cuomo denies causing 6,500 nursing home deaths

Can you generate a positive result for COVID-19 from an RT-PCR test?z

COVID19 PCR Tests are Scientifically Meaningless

WHO Information Notice for IVD Users (PCR false positives warning)

Fauci admits PCR high cycle threshold problem on This Week in Virology

Episode 381 – Who Will Fact Check the Fact Checkers?

Fact check: Inventor of method used to test for COVID-19 didn’t say it can’t be used in virus detection

Kary Mullis Explains the PCR Test

Kary Mullis on Fauci

New Coronavirus Wasn’t ‘Predicted’ In Simulation

NYC may temporarily bury coronavirus victims on Hart Island

Lies, Damned Lies and Coronavirus Statistics

Ali Velshi: "It is not generally speaking unruly but fires have been started."

Nineteen eighty-four

Over 1,000 health professionals sign a letter saying, Don't shut down protests using coronavirus concerns as an excuse

Same Facts, Opposite Conclusions – #PropagandaWatch

"Fiery but mostly peaceful protests"

NPR explains their refusal to cover the Hunter Biden story

Dave Smith on Hunter Biden story (POTP #671)

Politifact twists itself into pretzel knots over the Hunter Biden coverup

New World Next Week covers the Neil Ferguson scandal

Denver Mayor Hancock flies to visit family for Thanksgiving

Newsom’s winery remains open while other California wineries ordered to shut down over COVID

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot defends hairstylist visit amid coronavirus outbreak

Dr. Mike called out for partying maskless

CTU board member facing criticism for vacationing in Caribbean while pushing remote learning

MSM presstitute called out live on air for mask hypocrisy

Pelosi's trip to salon apparently broke COVID-19 rules

Let Them Eat Ice Cream! - #PropagandaWatch

Pelosi staffer's email has entire folder for hair appointments

Oxford Covid vaccine 'safe and effective' study shows

Lancet: Safety and efficacy of the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine (AZD1222) against SARS-CoV-2: an interim analysis of four randomised controlled trials in Brazil, South Africa, and the UK

What Vaccine Trials?

The Future of Vaccines

Honourable Mentions and Nominations from the announcement thread

Coronavirus Is 10 Times Deadlier Than Seasonal Flu, Fauci Says

Dr. Anthony Fauci addresses COVID-19 mortality rate

The Worst Miscalculation in Human History

Public Health Lessons Learned From Biases in Coronavirus Mortality Overestimation

Silicon Valley and WEF-Backed Foundation Announce Global Initiative for COVID-19 Vaccine Records

Stop Watching Propaganda – #PropagandaWatch

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  1. Libertydan says:

    Very Entertaining! You will even want to hit pause so that you don’t miss the Commercial breaks. Having drank my fare share of coffee before and during this hour and 23 minute Episode I had to take a few trips to the bathroom, yet I didn’t want to miss a minute of it.

  2. Libertydan says:

    As much as I like the “Dinosaur Awards”, which implies that these Award Winners are things of the past, I think NY Governor Cuomo deserves the “Devil’s Award”. We see that he actually received the Emmie’s Founders Award, and graciously accepted it, while claiming that he wasn’t acting.
    Cuomo is such a convincing liar that he could easily pass a Lie Detector Test while leading the sheep to slaughter. Normies hooked on Main Stream Media (and they do exist) are most certainly going to be led astray by his apparent conviction. I think this puts him in a Class of people with no Soul, and thus makes him all the more dangerous to the unsuspecting masses.

  3. John Blaid says:

    I think that the biggest fake news story of 2020 was and is the existence of the “virus” itself which most people on earth still believes in and unless people investigate the misconceptions and fraud of “virology” itself then nothing will be learned where they can do this trick as many times as they want.

    Please check out my research summary if you haven’t already where I provide 55 responses to FOIA requests done to 44 institutions in various countries like England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Denmark, Slovenia, US(CDC) and European CDC that shows the lack of evidence for the existence of the “virus”. It also includes the scientific evidence regarding the faulty PCR and “antibody” tests and the false science behind “antibodies” and what these proteins actually do in contrast to what we have been taught and much much more.

    Research summary and debunk regarding the existence of “SARS-CoV-2” and “COVID-19”

    • russ says:

      DEAD ON. Without a doubt. Biggest global scam of the 21st century by the international criminal banking cartel. At least to date.

      This guy peels the onion all the way. Hard to keep from crying with rage at these sonsofwitches.


    • Blameitontheboogie says:

      Thank you for that. I knew about the Irish one because that’s where I am and also the US(CDC) one but not about the others.

      It is very tough to get across to people that this is a complete psy-op, even to people who disagree with the measures taken. Of course that’s one of the reasons why they keep people apart so much so that they can’t easily share quite complicated information or plan any kind of opposition.

    • russ says:

      And these guys have driven a stake through the covid vampire’s claims. . .

      We, Belgian doctors and health professionals, wish to express our serious concern about the evolution of the situation in the recent months surrounding the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We call on politicians to be independently and critically informed in the decision-making process and in the compulsory implementation of corona-measures. We ask for an open debate, where all experts are represented without any form of censorship. After the initial panic surrounding covid-19, the objective facts now show a completely different picture – there is no medical justification for any emergency policy anymore.

      Open Letter from Medical Doctors and Health Professionals to All Belgian Authorities and All Belgian Media


      • Waterbear says:

        I think everyone knows in their guts that the vaccine is dangerous. Simply look at the face of anyone, of any age, while they are getting the shot.

        • flammable says:

          The Covid-19 vaccine is not a vaccine at all.

          The Moderna & Pfizer Covid jabs are legally not vaccines!!!

        • mkey says:

          What I see in those eyes is obliviousness.

          Also, what flammable said. Lets not parrot their loaded terminology. These are not vaccines, but gene therapy, experimental medical products. This terminology alone is suffiecent to turn many potential users away.

          Only Johnson & Johnson are working on a vaccine, others are all gene therapy, all the way.

          • wylie1 says:

            is my favorite so far, repeated by Catherine Austen Fitts from one of her subscribers. For me it conveys the truth about most any so called vaccine pushed upon the populace for at least a couple decades (or much longer).

            [ Gene therapy ] may imply Therapeutic Benefits to many who are of the type who haven’t been inclined to stray from the corpro-govt-media complex.

            Agree that using Vaccine for their [stuff] is unwise.

            Alternate: Inhuman Gene Modification Injection
            — Monkey and whatever cells or modifying the human gene, would be inhuman… As is their whole rollout problem, reaction, solution; could be considered inhuman.
            — May conjure up in some minds similar to GMO…

    • manbearpig says:

      I’d just argue, once again, that IF INDEED viruses don’t exist or never cause disease, then it’s not the Fake News story of 2020; it’s the fake news myth of the last century.

      And THAT’S the problem. If conspiracy realists take the COVID19 opportunity to reveal THAT incredible “fact”, whether it’s true or not, people will reject the more readily visible evidence that the lockdown is more deadly than the disease it’s purported to fight, that the vaccines have not had a fraction of the normal time supposedly needed to develop them, that there’s a mandatory vaccination campaign in the making using a brand-new genome altering technology that, at best, is effectively vaccinating them against their own privacy and that the last time warp-speed vaccines were pumped into people’s arms many of them got narcolepsy.

      That viruses have never been isolated and thus may not even exist is so HUGE that it will immediately be categorized as far-out conspiracy theory by most people; at least, by most of MY students.

      I can’t teach virology to my students but I can show them Denguevaxia trials that killed hundreds of children and the narcolepsy victims being compensated from the last scamdemic that amazingly they’ve never seen. Most people have never even heard of the World Economic Forum, never mind grasp the subtleties of Koch’s postulates.

      Whatever the nature of whatever is being called a virus, it’s being used to create what could be very sinister technologies in the form of “viral vectors”. It would seem counter productive to suggest, even inadvertantly, that they don’t exist. In my experience, people won’t wait for the explanation.

      I’m not saying that if this is true that it shouldn’t be known. I’m just saying that it’s most probably counterproductive as an argument designed to help people see the scam in this scamdemic, the plan in the plandemic, the dystopia in Covid-1984…


      • mkey says:

        The actual fact is not that viruses do not exist (they do, functionaly, in some form) but that they have not been proven to transmit disease.

      • John Blaid says:

        “Whatever the nature of whatever is being called a virus, it’s being used to create what could be very sinister technologies in the form of “viral vectors”. It would seem counter productive to suggest, even inadvertantly, that they don’t exist. In my experience, people won’t wait for the explanation.”

        So lets clarify what I mean by existing, I mean that the idea of a “virus” has never been proven correct. You cannot weaponize that which does not do what you think it does. The whole foundation of “viruses” is false which is why the team of Dr Stefan Lanka for example stated this on the webpage for their new documentary about the misconceptions and fraud of “virology”: “Even if some weirdos in the world are still researching artificial pathogens in laboratories to support some sinister plans, they will fail hopelessly because their ‘scientific’ basis is just as flawed and untenable as that of the conventional killer virus theses.”

        “I’m just saying that it’s most probably counterproductive as an argument designed to help people see the scam in this scamdemic”

        No it’s not, unless you understand the fundamental problem of things you cannot solve them and if you do not address this issue then people will continue to be mistreated in hospitals which can kill them. So what is more important here? Having people agreeing with you and popularity or standing up for the truth? I let everyone decide that for themselves.

        Now if people truly want to understand the problem of the idea of “viruses” then here are documents that I have been collecting that Dr Stefan Lanka has created during 2020. He is not the only one out there claiming this but he is the only one who actually proved in court that the idea of “viruses” is false.

        “The Virus Misconception Part 1 – Measles as an example” – by Dr Stefan Lanka

        “The Virus Misconception Part 2 – The beginning and end of the corona crisis” – by Dr Stefan Lanka

        “The Misinterpretation of the Antibodies” with Dr Stefan Lanka

        Michael Delias interviewing Dr Stefan Lanka

        “Virologists” – by Dr Stefan Lanka

        “go VIRUS go” – by Dr Stefan Lanka – Robot translation

        • manbearpig says:

          Well, perhaps it’s all a question of milieu and the perspective it offers. And also of the desired effect of any given argumentation.

          I’m teaching English to people living and working in the lap of Sanofi-Pasteur; manufacturers, advertisers, scientists, quality and conformity experts, engineers designing medical supplies and hospital and pharmaceutical products of every genre. Managers, shippers, secretaries and lab technicians whose bread and butter come from Rockefeller medecine and its alleged wonders at relieving and preventing disease and deformity. They literally work on Rockefeller Avenue, at the Rockefeller Hospital complex where the Rockefeller school of medecine is located and drink their coffee at the ‘Bar Rockefeller’.

          If I tried to convince them that they shouldn’t take the vaccine or wear a mask or believe the purported studies and statistics because the idea of a “virus” has never been proven correct I will have lost all credibility on all topics within a matter of seconds. Whether or not it’s true; and whether or not I were actually able to construct a compelling demonstration to substantiate such a claim.

          Perhaps your milieu will be more receptive to such an approach.

          Perhaps, within the small window of time we dispose of before gene-altering vaccines become mandatory, you’ll find it’s the most effective and expedient manner of denouncing the abuses of this pandemic, past, present and future, and preventing people from ‘being mistreated and dying in hospitals’.

          I’m just afraid that making such bold claims as viruses don’t exist as they’ve been described for the last century

          will mostly and radically serve to discredit people who highlight the more obvious and readily provable contradictions and inconsistencies of this purported pandemic that don’t require intimate technical knowledge

          just as the claims of nuclear weapons taking down the WTC towers on 9/11 2001 only served, as I see it, to stigmatize the claims of people questioning the official conspiracy theory of that mass murder in broad daylight, dividing “truthers” and diverting them from the simple and more general fact that it was a horrific crime that was never investigated by an authority outside of the circle of possible perpetrators .

          But I guess that, in fact, if people don’t want to entertain the mere possibility that their own governments might put the well-being of the “general population” second to that of the hyper-wealthy

          then it doesn’t really matter what you argue.

          The more easily provable inconsistencies articulately described in the above Fake News Awards or more ambitiously questioning the very existence of viruses as they’ve been described for over a century

          will have precisely the same effect;


      • John Blaid says:

        I would also like to address something that I think play into this and that is that some people falsely believe that they are the parents over all other humans because they hold on to the idea that people aren’t ready to hear something. That is a very arrogant and bad view of people in my view and if we think this way we are doing the exact same thing as governments. It is not up to any of us to decide whether or not someone is ready for the information or not, it is up to each individual to decide that for themselves. So we should present the information and let adults being adults and let them decide if they are ready or not. This whole idea of parenting over other humans is what got us into the mess of having a big daddy government taking care of us.

        • manbearpig says:

          “…some people falsely believe that they are the parents over all other humans because they hold on to the idea that people aren’t ready to hear something. That is a very arrogant and bad view of people in my view…”

          some people falsely believe that they are the parents over all other humans

          good grief…

          Whether or not people are “ready to hear something” is not the issue, Mr. Blaid.

          It is whether or not your cherished notion of viruses constitutes an effective argument for getting people to question various aspects of this purported pandemic that is in question. And whether or not it serves to stigmatize and discredit more readily provable arguments.

          signed: “some people”

          • John Blaid says:

            I have no problem with using various strategies to get through to people, my point was addressed to those who falsely believe that people aren’t ready to hear something and refuse to talk about it.

            • manbearpig says:

              “…my point was addressed to those who falsely believe that people aren’t ready to hear something and refuse to talk about it.”

              I presume by “people”, you mean ‘people who hold alternative views to official narratives’

              and by “something” you mean Dr Lanka’s views that “the idea of a “virus” has never been proven correct”?

              If these people choose not to discuss Dr Lanka’s views, why does that mean that “they falsely believe that they are the parents over all other humans?

              or that they are “arrogant”?

              Or how do you determine which people arrogantly and falsely believe that they are the parents over all other humans and thus refuse to promote Dr Lanka’s views?

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        manbearpig says:
        (RE: “virus not exist et al”) …it’s most probably counterproductive as an argument designed to help people see the scam in this scamdemic….”

        I agree completely.
        DISSEMINATION to New People –
        For any normie, it takes an appropriate line of disseminated communication which harmonizes with the recipient’s reality.

        If one’s purpose is to “wake up” a normie, then certainly the disseminator would NOT present information which is far beyond their understanding.
        It would be like presenting college level physics’ formulas to someone in kindergarten…from that day forward, the 5 year old will avoid any conversation from the disseminator.

        I’m all for free discussion and conversation about the existence of disease or any role a “virus” may or may not play.
        But that discussion belongs to those folks in that “grade level” who are interested, not as a tool for dissemination to the average Joe Schmo on the street.

        2020 taught me something…
        I have completely over-estimated the mental competency of the raw general public.
        I did not realize how far south many people were.
        It is questionable if they can even drive a car competently…and maybe we do need driverless cars for this breed of normies. 😉

        Many normies are all gung-ho about “climate change” and the New World Order “Great Reset” agenda of ESG, Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance. It is very evident on Wall Street.
        Perhaps, dissemination about this topic has value. After all, we are currently in a solar minimum.

      • AB says:

        So true manbearpig!

        Finally, someone identifies the problem.

        In order to wake up the masses, we have to start thinking like them. Regardless of how true the information we have is, the masses are not going to believe us, because we have no credibility in their eyes. Particularly this millenium, the controllers have done a brilliant job of convincing the masses that we are all crazy, deluded and dangerous nutjobs, that cannot even use our brains, let alone be trusted.

        Somehow the truth needs to be presented from a source that the masses trust, otherwise at best you won’t get anywhere and more than likely, you will damage the cause by attempting to convince the masses that things they believe to be pure fantasy are real.

        We need to start at the shallow end. Stick to material that the masses will be open to.

        Otherwise, they will drown and so will we.

        • mkey says:

          This is exactly what John above referred to. Do you know why these young men and women turned out so out of tune with reality? Because they have been treated like complete and utter idiots for the entirety of their lives. Young minds look to emulate their surroundings.

          Think like them… ridiculous.

          • manbearpig says:

            The act of deliberately distorting, cherrypicking, omitting key details or placing subjects out of context

            as the MSM, politicians, fact-checkers, instrumentalized pundits or “Experts” and other assorted propagandists do

            is not the same approach as deciding what argument might get through to someone and which one is likely to immediately and irremediably repel them.

            If people have been so completely “out of tune with reality” and sucked into politically correct and conformist thinking

            it’s not just that they’ve been treated like idiots;

            it’s that they’ve been deliberately manipulated psychologically, as individuals and en masse, to respond emotionally and with fear to information and alternative ideas.

            I certainly don’t think I’m more intelligent than most.
            I’m not patronizing or condescending. I’ve paid the painful price of naive and wanton “truth-telling”. And over the years I’ve seen that, if you’re interested in any degree of receptivity, you need to try to speak the other person’s language.

            I still don’t know who these arrogant people are who falsely believe that they are the parents over all other humans because they hold on to the idea that people aren’t ready to hear something that Mr Blaid was referring to.

            A little over two years ago zyxzevn posted the following video on these boards that contains a particularly compelling passage:
            Beginning at 42:30 astronaut Walter Cunningham explains the complexities of attempting to refute contrived official narratives, in this case the causes of climate change, even and especially when you hold the scientific high ground. He petitions climate realists to go beyond mere scientific fact in their attempt to communicate with the public as experience has clearly shown that scientific fact does not interest most people and can too easily be misrepresented. But he also makes this key observation:

            “…These true believers in humans controlling the earth’s temperature cannot be reasoned out of their position. It was not reason that got them there in the first place, it was emotion and politics…”


            Climate realists believed that people were ready to hear and understand “the truth”. They’ve since learned the hard way that mere scientific fact is not enough. They must take a thoughtful approach to how they must speak to the MSMified public if they hope to slow down the drastic measures and control that promise to befall humanity in the near future with the Great Reset.

            Those seeking to reveal the elaborate and extremely dangerous scam involved in this purported pandemic where the stakes are high and the time very short, are confronted with the same challenge.

            • studiotwoseven says:

              Honestly, I sometimes dislike seeing the conflict in this forum … but perhaps it is a good sign that we are willing to fight. Let’s hit the right targets.

              After reading this thread a bit, I was reminded of a great segment posted, not that long ago, by Del Bigtree. He was advising how to talk to folks about tough questions. I really think he had a very helpful perspective:


            • mkey says:

              Walter sure sounds like one of those who John referred to above. Anyway…

              Not treated like idiots, you say? Well, if we go by the basic definition of the word <em>idiot</em>, that is the one who does not know self; those who have been brought up without probably once having anyone in their immediate surroundings mention how important it is to feel and think at the same time; or the importance of understanding feeling and words and their true meaning; barring an exemplary ability of self discovery or an exceptionally inquisitive mind that rejects authority on cellular level, will surely turn out as complete idiots in their own right.

              Children boobooed for every minor affliction, treated as winners for even the slightest feats and protected from all adversity (past suspicious vaccines, of course, jam that shit in there like there’s no tomorrow; half a kilo of sugar every day? why the hell not) like it was cholera or leprosy. Made to feel inferior or belonging to a different caste because the parent couldn’t afford a specific device or a pair of shoes, without having anyone ever explain how is this complex achieved nor what it means (nothing).

              It would probably be safer and surely more rewarding to learn how to make it through a forest on your own than “graduating” through the average public school system.

              Many of these parents will cower behind their children, hiding their own insecurities and flat out refusing to even consider the chosen course of action because they would rather run a thousand miles in the opposite direction of admitting they were wrong about something. Or even considering the possibility they were wrong.

              • manbearpig says:

                Not treated like idiots, you say?

                actually no, that’s NOT what I said. My exact words were:

                it’s not just that they’ve been treated like idiots

                implying that they WERE indeed treated like idiots but that that was not the only dynamic at play.

                Nevertheless, my appraisal of human nature is not quite as disparaging as yours. I’m surrounded by very hard working devoted parents who do about the best they can with what they’ve got. The main drawback I see is that they can’t imagine the mainstream system is not as generally decent and empathetic as they believe themselves to be.

                Most everyone I know, including myself, has trouble admitting they might be wrong about something or that the world is not really as they’d always imagined it was.

              • mkey says:

                it’s that they’ve been deliberately manipulated psychologically, as individuals and en masse, to respond emotionally and with fear to information and alternative ideas.

                I’ll posit that had they not be treated like idiots for the entirety of their lives, these laughable media ploys would have gone largely fruitless, at best being able to garner a hearty chuckle. These people who conduct such machiantions are not called useful idiots without a very good reason.

                I haven’t said anything about human nature and therefore your characterization of my assessment of it being disparaging is baseless.

                It is not in human nature to be an idiot, it’s what people become when the process of upbringing fails miserably. The only thing in the human nature is that we thirst to emulate, copy or shadow the elders or those whom we see as our elders. People receive inputs and will, according to their upbringing, provide outputs. That’s all there is to the human nature and it’s a very difficult task to disparage against it (or blame others for doing it) when you understand what it is. It is not in human nature to be an idiot or anything else, it is a role that one is being brought up into, a direct consequence of the resulting force that brought us to this point.

                Once a human being has gone through their formative years without guidance; later started acquiring knowledge through immediate experience; then having the process abrupted by having incompatible information jammed forcefully to result in only ever learning how to pass tests by meeting preset conditions… how could one ever expect to amount to anything more than an idiot?

                Without following a holistic approach (or having it even mentioned once EVER); without experiencing the connection between a real problem and a real solution that we reached by our own means by understanding and breaking down the problem, then synthesizing a solution that can be reached with tools at our disposal; without mastering links between sparse bits of data an what we would like to refer to as knowledge; without being able to contextualize; without understanding our emotions; without understanding there is a limit to the egoic self and that in fact something exists outside of our ego… how could one ever expect to amount to anything more than an idiot?

              • mkey says:

                Let me be clear, the ability to solve linear problems does not constitute intelligence. To qualify as an intelligent human being a whole lot more is required.

                And yes, vehement lack of imagination is one of many consequences of mind control. Without being even able to imagine a different reality we can never start working to bring about that common goal, which can not be attained while the majority remain completely oblivious. To that effect, there is no us and them, just we and our shared reality, whether the vast majority understands that or not.

                So please, spare me your stories of assiduous hapless parents. I’m fully aware there are hard working people out there, with best intentions (you remember that saying about best intentions, don’t you?) who fail miserably because they can’t differentiate between their ass and their head; they are completely oblivious of the underlying mechanisms to which our very existence abides and are therefore assiduously prolonging the state in which we find ourselves, possibly compromising the future for which they have worked so damn hard without ever understanding what they are supposed to be working for.

                Not toward or for human laws, not for money, not for the economy or any other form of dogma; nor is it for politics. There are rules that weave the fabric of our reality; they are out there in the open, for everyone to see, but still the vast majority will act in opposition to them and almost all will rather die than to stare at the problem and point the finger toward the real culprit – the self.

                One of these rules states that we can only ever live in a world that we can imagine and then speak into existence. And in that world there isn’t any room for preconceived notions we have dedicated our lives to build up and fortify.

                So yes, lets spend decades to bring about change by way of baby steps to recover those who have been ruined by decades of bad formatting and acquiring of information; they may be brought about just as they reach the final stage of their lives, well past their prime or the capacity to bring well formatted human beings into existence.

            • mkey says:

              Many of these parents are idiots themselves, of course, and it is no wonder that now it is being discussed how to approach people who have lived inside a bubble for the majority, if not entirety, of their lives. How to undo decades of damage.

              It’s easier to hand them a device, it’s easier to let them sit in front of the television, it’s easier to place the onus of their education on the school, it’s easier to blame everyone and anyone else for the single most important personal responsibility.

              I don’t work in education and yet I have seen this happen. A lot. And of course, the problem is that once the critical mass is achieved, decent parents with decent offspring will be drawn in, unless they manage to fend off the tide and really commit to a difficult, sometimes and in some places even illegal, act of foregoing the “free” state services and finding a way and means to fulfill their important obligation at, probably, a great personal expense.

              I absolutely agree that this method of communication won’t work with many, probably the vast majority. But I have already posited that many of them won’t be saved. None of them can be saved, they can only save themselves after they muster the strength to take head on the inner daemon and wrest him into submission.

              Who was it who said “the truth will set you free” anyway?

              • manbearpig says:

                yes, wresting the inner demon into submission…

                A very difficult task indeed, especially if you’re unaware the demon’s there.

                Walter sure sounds like one of those who John referred to above.

                Ok, I’ll bite: So why’s that?

              • mkey says:

                Because Walter, according to what was quoted above, seems to think it is acceptable to continue treating people like idiots in hopes of them all changing their mind.

                Walter’s thought process, it seems, was halted by his unwillingness to come to terms with the sad but inevitable conclusion that: not only is it fact that everybody can not be saved, but nobody at all can be saved from themsevelves and the vast majority will, come the breaking point, be left behind.

                It is, and very much so, to be expected that this vast majority will not think twice about bringing everyone else down with them. They will certainly justify their action by repeating the slave mantra about how they “had to do it”, leading into the final conclusion of a series of “had to be done, no time to consider” actions.

                Also, I reject the implication that I was goading you into anything.

            • wylie1 says:

              Indeed. I’m sure most anyone who has tried to inform another of some factual information opposed to the corpro-govt-media complex propaganda …have paid some price. I’ve lost friends, relatives, and am about to lose some more.

              It is truly amazing how cold hard facts similarly as simple as 2 is larger than 1, can bounce off of these folks in favor of who they deem as credible, being the corpro-govt-media complex; even when they state the opposite from one day to the next… they still think they are their guardian.

              So I might as well say it again (until I remember it myself): It seems one of the few ways to get folks to stop and think is to (emphasis for my benefit) ASK THEM AN HONEST QUESTION …the answer, either way, leading to another question which will require them to think about what they believe; if not, the next question will.
              — As one can observe when watching Larken Rose very patiently ask a question (a pre developed line of questions) of some propagandized people in his video promo to his candles in the dark thing.

              The beauty is how non confrontational a proper set of questions are, getting them to do the thinking they should have done long ago. Rather than me trying to shove facts upon them like pushing on a big spring. It either pushes back or it goes ‘doink’ …off into the abyss of malarkey.

              It certainly requires a significant amount of fore thought, at least by me, to develop questions, but it seems worth it compared to the results I’ve been getting.

              • manbearpig says:

                Yes, thanks for the reminder, wylie1; in my experience, asking questions is indeed the best approach to introducing doubt.

                Sorry to hear you’re about to lose more people for daring to think otherwise.

            • wylie1 says:

              Kind of you to say ManBearPig. If I had been wiser… (I’ll take those with wisdom over intelligence any day), I would have refrained until developed a good line of questions for them, to hopefully sidestep all the ego crapola that typically results when trying to inform those who refuse to do proper homework and simply choose to believe so called authorities.

              So as usual the wylie coyote in the mirror has used the wrong approach again. Especially when this one should know better.

          • AB says:

            If 2020 has shown us nothing else, it has shown that no matter how many people and how stupid we imagined they were, it was a gross UNDER-estimation on our part. If you wish to go on trying to teach mice algebra, be my guest, but THAT is what is truly ridiculous.

            • mkey says:

              Hear hear. Not only was the figure grossly underestimated, but it was right in our face grossly underestimated.

            • flammable says:

              If people were that stupid then none of this would work. The measures are too inconvenient and stupid people hate inconveniences that get in their way of short term pleasure. I rarely see the majority sacrificing for their health so why is 2020-21 special? What I think we underestimated is how many are yo-yo-ing between awareness and total ignorance. People started to wake up to their mistake of ignoring their own and their loved ones health and mortality. Then they look for a magic bullet solution so they can go back to the waking sleep. And when someone like me calls out the magic pill solution, they reason that this is not a magic pill solution by requesting that we all have to swallow this magic pill indefinitely until the problem is fixed.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I think a better way would be to create a community that is creating something really awesome and people will want to be a part of it. People can teach others by doing.

          I think you are right that the masses would be inspired to act if they heard something on Instagram from someone popular but that won’t happen. Popular people are either in on it or they don’t care and just want to do what’s easier and go along. Many young people just want to smoke weed, play video games, and collect a check. That’s the masses your talking about in the US, at least in many “blue” cities.

          I don’t think it’s possible to save the masses, or that you need them to be on board. I think we need quality thinkers who are brave enough to do something about the tyranny that is steamrolling over us.

          This could be refusing a mask or a vaccine or printing flyers and participating in community building. The masses
          must want to change, the internal desire for something more meaningful than slavery.

  4. manbearpig says:

    Well, seems to me that the only appropriate response to this unqualifiable gem:
    5 full minutes of ardent clapping at my balcony. Of course.
    And I think I’ll go back out again for five more minutes as soon as my hands stop tingling.
    Such characteristic brio. At once a side-splitter and a tear-jerker.
    And an excellent reminder that anything I think I know probably came from this website. I keep forgetting that…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “5 full minutes of ardent clapping at my balcony.”

      Way back, I remember when you first started mentioning that.
      It stuck in my mind, like a bad dream image.
      For me, it represents the mindset of much of the world today.

      • manbearpig says:

        We all know what mindless, empty-eyed conformity looks like.
        But that phenomenon, (nourished by my sinister imagination) was a real Stepford Wives or Body-snatchers moment.

        “I’ll just DIE if I don’t clap at my window! I’ll just DIE if I don’t clap at my window!”

        …’cause come to think of it, that is indeed what they’re thinking somewhere… If I don’t virtue-signal, or prove how much I’m dedicated to the group, my peers, they will suddenly turn towards me, empty-eyed, point an accusing finger and descend upon me!

        No actually, what it all reminds me of is Much creepier than that; a short story I read when I was little: Do you remember Shirley Jackson’s cult classic, The Lottery?

        I know I’ve already mentioned it here on these boards, (I have a limited repertoire) but THAT story really really haunts me…

        It really brings home the collectivist mentality that finds it perfectly normal, for example, to sacrifice some of its members in mass vaccination campaigns in order to achieve “herd immunity”…

        …kill our own children, spouses and friends so we can belong to a herd?


  5. flammable says:

    Very difficult to choose a top fake news story of the year. In terms of encapsulating all the fake news throughout the year and driving the plandemic policy I would not choose Fauci’s 10% more deadly than the flu. Fauci can reveal the mix up of case fatality rate and infection fatality rate right now on every major news media and the mandates will keep going due to the fake news story that is more important than any death numbers. I’m talking about asymptomatic carriers. No matter how low deaths related to Covid-19 go, the fear of asymptomatic carriers can keep this cycle of control going. And the crazy thing is that there is no proof period.


    I heard about the fear of asymptomatic spread when this started and I was interested in finally seeing clear evidence of asymptomatic spread after many years of speculation and there was nothing. All reports and articles on asymptomatic was ASSUMING if there is a percentage of asymptomatic spread and the possible dangers as a result.

  6. mkey says:

    Oh, won’t anyone think of the dinosaurs?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Well, we still have Billy Gates and his Reptilian Club.

    • herrqlys says:

      After reading the thread up to this point, I was down the rabbit hole trying to identify all the indoctrination that I had unconsciously been subjected to, both as as a long-time naive television viewer and an uncritical newspaper reader.

      Then mkey struck a nerve with his mention of dinosaurs.

      Why were dinosaurs introduced in such a big way into school curricula? My children were in elementary school during the late 80’s and it was only then that I began to observe the massive social focus on dinosaurs. Certainly in my own primary schooling there was no hype for dinosaurs, and in fact they were hardly mentioned at all. I’ve tried to search for information about this but got nowhere.

      • mkey says:

        You found depth where none resided. I was referencing the fact, as I see it, that dinosaurs don’t deserve this type of treatment, being awarded to these elites (of a bottom of a trash can).

        But your comment does set coggs in motion. I somehow (as it was often implied during schooling by people who don’t know much of anything) always connected the dinosaur remains with the very source of the blood of the Earth, that is the fossil fuel. And their ultimate sacrifice for our betterment. And profit. Massive, massive profit.

        While accounting for the probability that the whole dino religion is a product of some terrible science (at best) we have to consider the real source, and purpose, of oil. Are we literally sacrificing Gaia’s blood in a ritualistic attempt to increase self importance by acting as if we have somewhere to be all the while staying completely oblivious to the nature of the matter? I’m sure I don’t know.

        If you haven’t seen it yet, I would advise watching the somewhat recent Santa video by TruthStreamMedia, that’s bound to ruffle up some neurons. I personally was not as affected since in our culture Santa was never that big of a deal, but coming to understand what it may have represented for North American children opened some new frontiers to me.

        The very notion of being on the test subject end of an early life massive conspiracy riddled psyop seems harrowing.

        Welcome back to the comments section, BTW.

  7. rogero says:

    Thank you. Great work and very entertaining between the seriousness 👍

  8. Libertydan says:

    RE: Best Suppression of a Real News Story,
    Although the Suppression of the “Hunter Biden E-mails taken from his Computer” Story, is high on my list of “Suppression of Real News” (I just informed a friend of that Story last night who was not aware of it), I believe that Big Tech Suppression of Voter Fraud to be a much bigger story. The number of people that I have run across that have been scrubbed from Facebook, Twitter,YouTube and Amazon for even implying that there is such a thing as Voter Fraud, has brought me the realization that these International Data collection Corporations now control a Virtual Reality that most “Connected” people buy into.
    What we have seen in the 2020 Selection was a Coup done by Election Fraud with the aid of Big Tech Censorship. I call this “Regime Change, Big Tech Style”.
    It is one thing to suppress real News which would determine the result of an Election, another to committed the Voter Fraud, and a third to cover-up the crimes of the Voter Fraud. If I had not seen multiple private footage of the crowds in D.C. on Jan 6th, I would not have any idea of the 500k to a million people there Protesting the Voter Fraud. MSM simply aired videos of vandals, which were likely hired to bring fear into the Congress Creatures (and it worked well).
    I have received an invitation to the “Virtual Inauguration” of Biden/Harris by way of E-mail. Will this be done in his Basement where he did most of his campaigning? Or, for that matter, how would I know that it is really happening at all. Welcome to the World of Virtual Double Think, or fake Reality, or something new which was not possible before Big Tech collected all that data on people which they use to control them. In 2020 it has proven to work. Corporations now rule the world.

  9. SuperMom Belle says:

    Pause! @31mins-ish: “I can’t believe it’s not human” (staring Elon Musk) must be released separately. We want this genius satirical commercial as a separate piece, please James! (Thank You, this is awesome. Awesome, I say!)
    ~ NC Liberty Belle

  10. Control Savvy says:

    “There are no old wise men at the top making sure that we don’t do something really dumb” Kary Mullis

    This has become one of my favorite quotes.

  11. minnie says:

    Genius. I never imagined that a review of the year 2020 would have me rolling on the floor laughing. So many serious points put across too. In a thoroughly entertaining way. If things get much grimmer and I need a bit of cheering up, I’ll just play that clip of Matt Hancock.

  12. taxpayer says:

    This awards program is a spectacular piece of work (and it shows up on the first screen of a search for “fake news” on startpage recent videos). But I don’t accept the inclusion of Ali Velshi’s report as “doublethink.” What I think he intended to say — and this probably also applies to the people at the Capitol on January 6 — was that most of the participants were peaceful, but a few committed violence. Not everybody there had the same attitude or desire, and it’s good that we understand that. See also https://quoteinvestigator.com/2020/01/05/intelligence/

  13. SuperMom Belle says:

    Pause! @1:04:54 “But you just can’t dance” satirical “commercial” – please, James, release it separately please; we need laughter over lunacy! (Thank You, this is spectacular. Spectacular, I say!)

  14. pearl says:

    Bravo! Thank you, James and Broc, for yet another satisfying summation and shredding of this past miserable, game-changing year’s relentless parade of BS. Wish I could say I feel better, but re-living these shameful stories has my emotions hopping from chortles, smirks, simmering rage and frustrated tears.

  15. peterhof says:

    Spot on. Thank you James for allowing us to laugh again at things where the humor is so difficult to appreciate. My personal favorite award is the incredible suppression of the “Hunter Biden Laptop” story. It is the perfect illustration of how the MSN is manipulated beyond recognition by so-called “journalists.” Deception and outright violence have been the traditional hallmarks of the Left. They are truly the enemies of the people.

  16. shaw.r says:

    There should be an award for the most fake media fact. There isn’t even a virus. It is just a collective fraud of radiation poisoning and seasonal flu and colds. Fake fixes would be respirators.
    Fake tests would be PCR which is actually a vaccination.
    Yes there is plenty to work with here.

  17. Blameitontheboogie says:

    Excellent, enjoyed the commercial breaks too. This should be on the mainstream media as should your research and in a sane world it would be.

    Matt Hancock shed as many real tears as the Sandy Hook ‘parents’. He should definitely win an award as one of the biggest plonkers ever to hold ministerial office despite enormous competition in that category.

  18. Fact Checker says:

    Anybody else notice that the medal-bedecked military brass sitting behind Fausti’s shoulder in the congressional testimony is an Event 201 alum?

    Fausti’s “handler” from the military-medical chain-of-command, perhaps?

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I really enjoyed The 4th Annual Fake News Awards!

    Gosh! That was a lot of work to produce. Just trying to edit the video must had swallowed a lot of time.
    I appreciate it. Thanks.

  20. mike_z says:

    Hello James,
    I was wondering if you could make a video on Iran and their past/current relationship with the west, as you know they’re running a totalitarian theocratic show for the past 42 years. I’m interested to know why Trump imposed more sanctions as opposed to Obama or the dems who seem to work in favor of the current tyrants.

    • herrqlys says:

      mike_z: “…I’m interested to know why Trump imposed more sanctions [on Iran] as opposed to Obama…”

      Trump received major funding for his 2016 presidential campaign from casino magnate and Israel-firster Sheldon Adelson (recently deceased). His appointment of Nikki Haley as US ambassador to the UN was part payment of his debt to Adelson, as was the move of the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. There were other pro-Israel priorities as well (e.g. Syria).

      In the Middle East, Iran poses the most existential threat to Israel.

      Iran is an Islamic republic that the west has been conditioned to hate (think: Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations”) and is under a government that is hard to co-opt.

      Iran doesn’t have a global banking cartel central bank, a time-honoured way to control a country.

      Iran’s military proxy, Hezbollah, defeated the IDF in Lebanon when Israel invaded in 2006, and this embarrassed the IDF’s carefully crafted image to the world.

      The US is still butt-hurt about getting the heave-ho in 1979.

      The Donald is an Israeli puppet to Zionist money.

      There are probably many more points that could be made.

  21. Arby says:

    Kary Mullis’s comments about Tony Fauci don’t convince me that Kary Mullis had everything right. By all accounts, Kary was not a scammer. Nevertheless, he was a Rockefeller health care system devotee, although I would not be surprised if he had other serious criticims of it.

    For me, the takeaway from Mullis’s critical comments about Tony Fauci is that Kary created the test that anti covid 1984 lawyers are going after (not for the test itself of course), precisely because that test is at the center of massive destruction and widespread terror that Tony and his powerful friends are behind. Fauci is relying on the PCR test to lie about cases of covid 19-positive individuals and to push for the house arrest of the planet based on those made-up numbers. But there’s the creator of that test both outting Fauci ‘and’ making the point that the PCR test should not be used to diagnose.

    There’s an easy to remember talking point people when you are trying to jar the uninformed who come into your orbit. Tell people that and tell them to let it sink in, as I have done. Still, Be prepared for failure. People have allowed themselves to be turned into stupid animals. Their ability to think is gone. They can’t process information. They can’t retain information. They can’t connect dots or draw right conclusions. Nevertheless, Sometimes you’ll find yourselves in situations where you should try.

    • mkey says:

      Mullis’s comments on Fauci are just his opinion. It is an opinion coming from someone who knew Fauci quite well, presumably. Since Fauci has a god status built up by the media, they would never allow such heresy and that’s exactly the point. Fact checking and debunking without facts nor sources.

      You don’t need the deceased PCR (not a test, stop refering to it as a teast!) factory Nobel (a highly politicized selection prize) winner creator’s statement to get facts about it.

      PCR factory manufacturers, who are legally on the hook for the product and its specification, are saying in the spec sheet what it is, for what it should and should not be used. This information is out there, but it gets shoot straight over the heads of most. They would rather discuss masks or whatever else, anything but not look at the manual.

      They know if they do acknowledge what it says, the gig goes away in a moment. And they don’t want that.

      • Arby says:

        At this point, Anyone paying attention knows enough about Fauci to know that he’s a gangster.

        As for the PCR test, I’m willing to call it exactly what it is. What exactly is it? Is it the PCR examination?, or procedure? or something else. It may be a test, all said in done – it is testing to see whether an RNA sequence is present, I believe – but not one that’s supposed to be used for diagnostic purposes.

        As for the covid 19 vaccine, I’m trying to get into the habit of calling it the covid 19 injection – until I have a better description.

        • mkey says:

          It’s a chemical factory that multiplies molecules.

          • Arby says:

            So I’m supposed to call it the PCR chemical factory? What do you think others will think when I say that?

            mulitply? amplify? reproduce? magnify? I’m still not clear. No one, and I mean no one, will explain that clearly to me. I thought it was mainly magnification (a term used at least once by Jon Rappoport). What made me think that that is the closest to what happens is the fact that the higher the cycles, the more certain it is that you are not sick (or they would have found something at the lowest cycle threshold). That suggested to me that we were looking at magnification, namely something that literally visually magnifies what’s there. But now I’m not sure. I do know that its all harmful Rockefeller voodoo, just as I know that I won’t be getting a Nobel prize for saying that.

            • mkey says:

              You are supposed to refer to it as what it is. If you were in a company with a man, would you refer to him as a donkey? Or a plush teddy bear? I don’t care what people will think. If you refer to it as a test, you are spreading propaganda. The onus is on yourself.

              PCR duplicates strands of RNA. Can you understand n x 2 x 2 x 2 x … ? The specimen is duplicated in a number of cycles, in each cycle multiplied by 2.

              In 10 cycles multiplied by 1.024 (nearly a thousand)
              In 20 cycles multiplied by 1.048.576 (nearly a million)
              In 30 cycles multiplied by 1.073.741.824 (nearly a thousand million)
              In 40 cycles multiplied by 1.099.511.628.224 (nearly a million million)

              It is probably refereed to as magnification because you get this mass of same matter, depending from what you have started.

              45 cycles of this process is sufficient to turn an average human hair from into a celestial object that would have the diameter more than 9 times larger than the distance between the Earth and the Moon.

            • Karen says:

              Hey Arby, I am with you – it’s really hard to get a good explanation of what PCR actually does. They’re either oversimplified (“it amplifies DNA”) or they go into such esoteric detail that you can’t possibly understand it without being a biochemist. Anyway, this is one of my favorite videos to share, although not perfect (link below). If you don’t love this one, you can search for more videos on PCR until you find one that explains it sufficiently – there are several pre-covid ones that are pretty thorough.

              You may already know much of this, but here is how I’ve been explaining it. Essentially, viruses are so small that they can’t be detected in a mucus sample. So the PCR machine creates the necessary conditions (certain chemicals and certain temperatures) for the RNA (or DNA, either one) in the sample to actually replicate itself, as it would in nature. Each time the sample is run through a cycle of PCR, the amount of RNA in the sample is doubled, so they run it through multiple cycles, over and over, doubling the amount of RNA each time, until there is enough RNA present to be detected.

              If the sample contained quite a bit of RNA to begin with, it might only take 15 or 20 cycles of doubling before there is enough to be detected. If, on the other hand, the sample contained hardly any RNA, it might take 30 or 35 or even more duplications before there is enough to detect.

              Fauci explained that if you have to run a sample through more than 35 cycles before enough RNA is created to be detected, then you can be sure the original sample contained too little for the subject to be symptomatic or contagious. Many doctors recommend a cutoff (or cycle threshold – “Ct”) at 25 or 30 cycles.

              The CDC guideline is 40 Ct (!!), which explains why there are so many “asymptomatic” carriers – or, as we used to call them, healthy people whose immune systems are functioning normally.


              • manbearpig says:

                Wow. Thanks Karen for this very helpful description and link. What I thought I understood is now much clearer.

                The video states:

                “After 30 cycles up to a Billion DNA copies of the viral RNA are produced by PCR. In practice, the virus is typically detected with 30-45 cycles…”

                Yet even Fauci had said that beyond 35 cycles the test is meaningless.

                As usual, more answers only lead to more questions…

                Glad to have seen this short video.

              • Arby says:

                The video doesn’t interest me. It dishonest. It might explain what they are doing, I suppose, but I won’t know what to accept since they are liars.

                I’m not clear on why they need to see a 100 things in order to know one is there, but it is what it is. How does seeing a group of a 100 or 10 or 10,000 things tell you that the thing you’re looking for is there, as opposed to there being one of those things? Don’t you have to look just as closely at a clump as you have to look at an individual? Or is creating the clump a way to know that the individual is there, which then allows you to examine it?

                I heard Jon Rappoport use the word ‘magnification’ in connection with the PCR test and it ocurred to me that that made sense, if, as they are saying, when you have to go beyond 40 cycles to find something, then it means that you don’t have a problem. The heavy viral load (light means good and heavy means bad) isn’t there, which isn’t to say that the test is looking for a virus, rather than a sequence of it.

                They have a sequence of Sars CoV 2? Whatever. They don’t know what Sars CoV 2 (or 1) was. It was junk, as Andrew Kaufman explained. Their idea of isolation, as Jon and Thomas point out, is to do the exact opposite. I’m re-watching Jon’s discussion with Thomas Cowan right now in which all of this is discussed. It’s very interesting.

                I sent Thomas a message via his contact form asking him to spell ‘insolicito’ (which he talks about; It means ‘theoretical’) for me because when I type the term into my search engines and my online dictionary, I get nada. Thomas says it means imaginary. I’ve seen it once in writing, but forget where.

                Thanks for engaging. Sorry if I’ve disappointed you with my opinion on the video. Thomas Cowan taks with Jon Rappoport:


  22. Arby says:

    Ha! Nancy Pelosi. Aside from her hypocrisy, Check out how she wears her mask. A dog would have less trouble wearing a Halloween mask than she has with hers. But I’m so glad to see that she’s safe. She safe from integrity anyway.

  23. Steve Smith says:

    Broc West is a master at his art. James Corbett is pretty good too.

  24. Arby says:

    I don’t know about dates, offhand, but there is the co-authored paper of which Tony Fauci was one author, in which he refers to deaths from covid 19 being in line with those of a severe seasonal flu (and he got ‘severe’ wrong). See: “Covid-19 — Navigating the Uncharted” / https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7121221/

  25. scar9 says:

    Thanks again James, for your work in summarising the fake news for the year!

  26. james.w says:

    Video stopped playing, says “The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported”

  27. stephen says:

    Nice production value, James (& Brock)! Should be a good watch/listen…

  28. manbearpig says:

    Listened to this again as an early Sunday morning relaxation gift to myself and realized that my favorite parts were the following (approximate quotes):

    19:45 = Why doesn’t the fact-checker media want you to find out for yourself what Kary Mullis actually said?

    1:12:12 = If there had been a major muck-raking scoop the MSM would’ve covered it!

    and the “stenography as journalism” remark (too lazy to find the time stamp)

    because in these three points you can see exactly the mechanics used, exactly how the major psyops are perpetrated on the harried, trusting public.

    However, having tried to expose the first two dynamics to students I can positively assert that people who don’t want to see or hear it (99.99% of everyone I know) will simply find excuses to explain it away, the biggest one being variations on: “Well this virus is new, nobody knows anything about it, so “they’re” doing their best to blindly manage a new phenomenon; it’s not their fault.”

    In fact, the pretzel-knot rationalizations for this madness are mutating faster than the “virus” itself (purportedly is) and now encompass, of course, why everyone should accept the vaccine even if the side effects are often worse than the very symptoms it’s supposed to be fighting


    To this people simply shrug their shoulders and (predictively, obediently) say “well, if it allows us all to get back into restaurants, onto airplanes and back to our social lives then…so be it…”
    If the whole world is doing it then…it must be right!… right?

    So I’ll join the ranks of all those in thanks here, signalling the obvious fact that this video is of monumental importance and exceptional quality.

    and now, sigh, the morning’s nearly over and the hamsterwheel’s calling…

    • mkey says:

      To this people simply shrug their shoulders and (predictively, obediently) say “well, if it allows us all to get back into restaurants, onto airplanes and back to our social lives then…so be it…”

      Do they proceed to contort further when you explain that this is not what talking heads are saying; that even after getting a shot, the distancing (considering what the 99% are, I don’t mind it that much) and masks (I get to see who the 99% are, so it is kind of nifty) do not go away?

      • manbearpig says:

        Yea they know “back to life” is a pipe dream. And I query further: would you accept to have to have a tracking immunity passport and boosters? But yea, they’re so so sick of lockdowns, no restaurants, museums, social life and the constant changes and suspense that the French are just about willing to do anything, stop having children, you name it, if they can just stop getting weekly messages from their government imposing new rationalizations for new more stringent rules. They are ready to ring in The Great Reset. They’ll accept anything, ALICEM, Tous Anti-Covid, mandatory poison for themselves and their children…

        In fact, I was wondering if that’s maybe why the French are among those suffering the strictest lockdowns, authorization papers to go out, curfews at 6 in the evening, etc;
        because they were apparently the most resistant to the vaccine. Don’t know, but, it crossed my mind. And the torture seems to be working wonders on their will to comply.

        As a gut-wrenching example (at least for me) of the mentally tortured: one of my son’s best friend’s father just committed suicide. A victim of this type of mind control torture and the lockdown effects on his job and marriage. RIP Basile.

        2021 is certainly another promising year for his 16-year old son.

        • mkey says:

          I have made the realization that the vast majority won’t be salvageable. Its is a mirage that anyone can be saved, they can only save themselves. I’m not claiming that there isn’t merit in shooting seeds, though.

          We had the stone, the bronze and the age of iron, the continuation is the age of cowardice and hypocrisy and we seem to be living during its pinnacle.

          • “I have made the realization that the vast majority won’t be salvageable. Its is a mirage that anyone can be saved, they can only save themselves. I’m not claiming that there isn’t merit in shooting seeds, though.”

            mkey, manbearpig and any other Corebeteer who wishes to give advice…

            How would you deal with a normie friend who writes
            you something like this?

            “How are you? Hope you are well mentally and physically. 

            Hope that we can get over this lock down soon. However, thing does not look good at all in overall. 

            I just heard from my brother in law that one of his classmate passed away few days ago for COVID19 in California. He was 68 years olds. It is so bad there at the moment. One of our well famous singer also lost for COVID19 a couple day ago however she is over 70 years of age. She was submitted to the hospital before Xmas. She is also lived in California.

            Hope we can get vaccinated soon as our government wants to push it, all Canadian should be vaccinated by August. 

            Take care and stay safe hope we can play tennis soon.”

            I certainly wouldn’t be bringing up the “viruses don’t exist” theory!

        • flammable says:

          The lockdown measures and mandates cannot end without risk to very powerful people, which is why it will keep going. It is an almost inescapable cycle.

          Without the emergency declaration, all these mandates would be easily punishable in court. Without the emergency, the RT-PCR would not be approved for testing. Without RT-PCR and vaccine rollouts the lockdowns cannot continue.

          Since a coronavirus vaccine cannot ever be made, a new injectable gene therapy technology has to be used. Because it is not a vaccine, companies cannot avoid liability and safety. But since there is an emergency they can use a non-vaccine and label it as a vaccine so long as no one challenges it. If governments are still testing and injecting people with a non-vaccine after the lockdowns are lifted then they are liable for all damages as the protections from the emergency orders are all gone.

          If people realized they are not getting a legal vaccine then the whole emergency falls apart. Until the governments can change various laws, especially vaccine laws and definitions they cannot lift the emergency lockdowns at any point. This is not an issue of public health but career suicide for many powerful people. So do citizens expect them to risk lifting mandates and going to prison because they kept following orders?

  29. colosseum says:

    The illusion of freedom will continue as long as it’s profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater.

    (Frank Zappa)

  30. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Advertisement from The 4th Annual Fake News Awards!
    (3 minutes)

    Elon Musk stars in I Can’t Believe It’s Not Human!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      If you have not seen this, it is one of my favorites!

      How to Talk to Someone Who’s Spreading COVID-19 Misinformation
      (2 1/2 minutes) – Download available

      • manbearpig says:

        Holy Cannoli! This is amazing. And Mr West is hysterically funny here! I’d missed this! Oh yea! I was in Spain hurriedly signing for a cheap apartment and planning for my precipitous expatriation from France before it was too late (and boy I cut it close!).
        Thanks for reposting this! I’m gonna watch it again now!

        • manbearpig says:

          and the watermelon-eating-rabbit-baby-bottle heater is priceless too!
          I’ll hit the hay laughing tonight!
          omg…”My name is talking-head! I’m the world-wide manager of prestigious sounding organization…” omg… he’s a natural!!

          Think I’ll go watch the dancing nurses now!

          (just for one last therapeutic video before Monday strikes in a few short hours…)

          Gotta love this website!

  31. CantBelieveEverythingIHear says:

    Very humorous (and extremely sad as to the “state” of the world). It’s a relief that someone else (and many others) “get” the ridiculousness of all of the lies.

    Due to the exponential increase in the utter insanity in the world this past year, I’ve thankfully stumbled upon the Corbett Report. So, I have a lot to catch up on. After watching “The 4th Annual Fake News Awards”, I’ve now also watched “The 3rd Annual Fake News Awards”. In that (3rd) video, @James (Corbett) said something to the effect that anyone who hadn’t heard of Greta or Epstein must have been “living under a rock”. Well, yes, I guess that must be me. However, I don’t take that as an insult. Rather, it means that, just because others (perhaps many; even the majority) of people believe something, I do not feel the need or desire to believe the same thing. I might believe or feel the same thing, or I might not. I haven’t watched the “news” or been on Facebook for almost a decade (and I’ve never “done” Twitter). When I did watch the “news” (in the past), I would get irritated at the post-election commentaries. Because, I don’t care what “they” (the news media) think. I have a brain and I know how to use it. Someone, a couple of months ago (in an establishment that required hand-washing upon entrance) asked me if I wanted to wash my hands. I replied, “No”. When the person started to get a bit irritated and go “legal” on me, quoting the circumstances (face mask, hand-washing, temperature check, questionnaire) by which I was allowed to enter the premises, I cut the person off, saying, “I’m not saying that I WON’T wash my hands. I’m saying that I don’t WANT to wash my hands and you CAN’T MAKE me WANT to wash my hands.” What the hell? Thought crimes, here we come.

    On another note, I work for a school system. Recently, we were all informed of the “good news” that vaccines are now available and that school personnel will be the 2nd priority group (after health care workers) allowed to get the vaccine. Even “better”, the school will pay for our vaccines. I was reading the required “release form” and saw many worrisome things: 1) agreeing that we will not hold the provider giving the shots and their agents (etc., etc., etc… there was a LONG list of people and institutions on the list) liable for ANYTHING that might go wrong 2) that, in signing the document we are also agreeing to take the SECOND shot (WITHOUT knowing the possible effects of the FIRST shot), 3) that we understand that testing for this vaccine is not yet complete, 4) that we understand that there may be serious side-effects to the vaccine (blah, blah, blah, including DEATH) and 5) that the institution giving the shots makes ZERO claims as to the effectiveness of the vaccines 6) that we still need to wear masks, social distance and wash our hands AFTER taking the vaccines 7) that they don’t know how long the vaccines will be effective for, so 8) more vaccines MAY (yeah, right) be necessary in the future.

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

    • mkey says:

      Here’s the rest of this post from the email notification.

      Then, last Friday, my school sent a communications update indicating the “happy” news that 50% of the employees have already signed up for their shots. SERIOUSLY???  Who, in their right mind, would sign such a disclaimer? And, who, in their right mind, would take a shot with those disclaimers (where neither the vaccine manufacturers, nor the institutions giving the shots, can be held liable)? Not only that, testing is not complete on the vaccines. One of my ‘helpful” colleagues has to bring up something about mask-wearing, social distancing, COVID tests and vaccines in EVERY meeting that we have. I seriously would permanently muzzle her (with a permanent mask that she could NOT take off, EVER and that would permanently prevent her words from being heard by others) if I could. I don’t care what she (or the rest of the team) thinks about COVID, masks, the vaccine or the government. Work is supposed to be free of that crap (of others attempting to force their will on others). Oh, wait… (I’m not going to complete that thought, but I suspect others here will understand the sentiment, regardless).

      Sorry for the rant, but I’m frustrated and tired and isolated in the midst of fearful people making life-threatening choices (for themselves) that they think will instead “save” them (and the world). Further, they think that THEIR fear justifies the attempt to control MY behavior (of course, to comply with what THEY think is right, and to put MY life in danger simply because they are afraid of something that isn’t real). *sigh*

    • mkey says:

      Hello Cant, and welcome. Do you have a scan or a photograph of this “release for” and would you mind sharing it (all personal details omitted, of course)?

      As a side note, I really appreciate these anecdotes.

      • CantBelieveEverythingIHear says:

        Hi @mkey. Unfortunately, I only have the release form in PDF format. None of my personal information is in the file (it’s a blank form). I tried to blank out the facility giving the shots, but it doesn’t seem possible on my Mac. I painstakingly put black boxes over all of the places with the medical facilities’ name in the document (and there were a LOT) but, when I saved the document, then got back into it, all of the black boxes were gone. For some odd reason, my yellow highlighting remains in the saved document. Anyway, I’d be happy to forward the release form to anyone who wants it via email (since it doesn’t look like I can upload a PDF file here… probably to conserve server space). Anyway, please (@mkey or anyone else) let me know if you’re interested in the vaccine release PDF.

        • mkey says:

          I surely am. You can see my email here https://github.com/mkey
          It’s just below the penguin on the left hand side.

          • CantBelieveEverythingIHear says:

            Hi @mkey,

            I just sent you an email with the Vaccine Consent & Release Form from an @tutanota.com email account. The password is “Corbett”. Please let me know if you get it. This is the very first email that I’ve sent from this account, so I’m not sure how it will look for you. Though, I believe even the Subject will be encrypted, so you may think it’s junk email. If you accidentally think it’s junk and delete it before seeing this message, just let me know and I will resend it to you.

  32. Daniel B· says:

    But WAIT! According to our overlords Fauci has been PROVEN RIGHT, on how deadly CONvid-1984 is, as the death count in the U.S. IS around ten times that of influenza (as of today, 398K, vs the average 35K for influenza)! Of course WE KNOW that the official Covid “death count” is the FAKEST of FAKE NEWS, as I tried my best to convey to my 80+ year old Uncle in NYC, who is gravely concerned over the “pandemic”, in my in-depth email of December 26th, which I narrated in my well received video: https://www.bitchute.com/video/f9lHx4IPtDSw/ or https://newtube.app/user/Daniel_B/M68Bpw1

  33. Mishelle says:

    Brilliant! I know you are not exactly a ‘one man band’ but close enough and, what you do is every bit as impressive! Hubby heard this today and said, record that, send it to me, I need to listen again. Then he repeated, “Corbett’s still the best of all of them.” He meant my ever-diminishing list of subs we pay, all the rest of them he encourages me to drop, now that he’s unemployed. 🙂

  34. Lumen says:

    How do you come up with this amazing stuff. The very idea of these Awards is very impactful. T.Y.

  35. cu.h.j says:

    I really enjoyed this episode. It was hilarious (in a way-laughing at tyrants). I think that comedy is important and being able to laugh is very therapeutic. Just wanted to say thank you JC and BW for all that you do. You both are making a valuable contribution to humanity and I greatly appreciate it.

  36. amenetusien says:

    Answering the video “Dancing for Doctors”…

    Here you have a compilation of videos of Spanish nurses and doctors dancing, in the case that you want to get mad, or that you want to use these images to make another video of human degeneration:

    (If you don’t understand Spanish, the compilation starts at 1:43)

  37. HEDGE110 says:

    And the sequel to ‘No Jab, No Pay’ (that memorable film starring Prime Minister Scott Morrison) is coming to a cinema near you.
    In 2021,brought to you by the New South Wales Government we have ‘No Jab, No Pint’. Starring Premier Gladys Berejiklian. The movie starts as Gladys announces in a press conference that despite the fact vaccinations would be voluntary, her state could make it compulsory for travel or accessing government buildings such as Service NSW shopfronts, as well as giving businesses permission to make vaccination a condition of entry.

  38. vikingraider says:

    As a meme said at the time, Matt Hancock crying in the style of a man pleading for his stepdaughter’s return, while knowing she’s actually buried under the garage floor

  39. biek says:

    As one who had been brainwashed myself, and also as a former cult monitor who studied and challenged cult mind control, I am noticing some things…

    Talk about the Covid circus and the contradictions in what we are being told and required to do, and people will generally turn away saying that they have their own opinions, or they will forcefully say “Never speak to me of this again!”

    When I once visited a high demand Christian community thinking I might join it, as I was shown around I serendipitously noticed and commented on contradictions. Several people forcefully said “Never speak to me of this again!” My main host at the community more than once had to go lie down as he got a very bad headache. When I later mentioned this to a psychologist ex-member, she said that I must have been undermining the brainwashing and reversing their cognitive dissonance conditioning. The psychologist was amazed both that I had been greatly affected by the cult from just a 5-day visit, largely succumbing to the mind control, and that I later thought my way out of it on my own, without help. (But then I had been brainwashed several times before in my life and I had learned how to use reason.)

    Soooo, I talk about the Covid contradictions: the totally unreliable test: the totally unreliable infection and death statistics: the lockdowns that have zero or even negative effect: the vaccines that make no claim to conferring immunity at all: the opposition to free speech and association: the MSM hyping the fear for all they are worth: the government declaration both that Covid is low consequence and also declaring that it is lethal: the appeals to imagination and fear and not to reason which is suggestive of a con game, and so forth…
    What I am seeing is why people accept the contradictions, and it is interesting for the underlying assumptions….

    Firstly people trust their government and cannot face the possibility that their own elected political leaders may have long since been selected and fast-tracked into power by hidden agencies. (See Tragedy and Hope about how this system of controlled democracy was developed in the late 19th century) So the political leader fall guy, of whichever party and of whichever country of the Commonwealth of Nations, is always answerable to the same hidden people and following the same agenda. (I got directly told this by a member of the European Commission when I was his hitch hiking guest, and via Quigley gleaned more details for myself.) So to me, (especially after watching Fahrenheit 911), political leaders are not to be trusted. But to ordinary people this awakening has yet to happen.

    Secondly the geopolitical power blocs: Russia: China: Europe: America: Latin America were set up by such as Skull and Bones or other families of the Illuminati and ever since have been answerable to and steered by them. Mao was groomed for power at Yale University, home of S&B, and sent into China and his revolution bankrolled by American bankers.

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

  40. mkey says:

    Oh dead, oh dear, oh dear, here’s more from mr. HangCock himself.

    “This is the WORST Interview I’ve Ever Seen With a Politician”

    The interview starts at 2:43, if you are not into the side dish of commentary. This guy is something, part of the elite… of a bottom of the trash can.

  41. KillDozer888 says:

    I’m going to send these 2 short infomercials to people – hopefully that will lead to them watching longer video. Thanks!

  42. mkey says:

    I’m not sure if this has already been posted but I’m sure it can’t be allowed to be missed.

    You never realize how anti…

  43. Hans Verbeek says:

    In the category: Lockdowns for thee, but not for me.

    The Dutch king HRH Willem-Alexander went on a holiday to Greece in October 2020, while the rest of the Dutch people were gently pressured into a second lockdown.
    The king also knows it is al a scam.

  44. nicolasn says:

    CovidLandSatire (Mostly for UK people)

    In trying to see what I could personally do to help people see through the propaganda, I came up with some very silly satire: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/EyzWZPoDIisI/

    I just don’t see anyone making light out of the situation, which is one of the (many) ways to reach people! The production values are really bad, which is part of the aesthetics. Please share if any of the little videos made you smile!

    I have a few more scripts ready, targeting the media, Bill Gates (or trans-male Gill Bates), Klaus Schwab (or Klaus Von Schwiebenschwabenschniebel) and the general public, I’ll upload more in the coming few days / weeks.

    As James keep saying: if we all offer our unique contributions, we can derail the wicked agendas!

    • CantBelieveEverythingIHear says:

      @nicholasn: thanks for the laughs 🙂 I almost stopped the first video because it was too much like the regular “news”… but then you slid in a series of zingers that had me laughing out loud. So, I watched the rest of your videos, too. I appreciate your contribution, as I really needed something to laugh about.

  45. James, you’ve never looked more glamorous—nor sounded more damn brilliant! And that is saying a lot! For making me laugh and shake my fist at the same time, you long ago entered that pantheon occupied by the likes of George Carlin. Even when there’s more levity than usual, your presentations are riveting and inspiring. No one works harder for us than you do, and it’s impossible to praise too highly your rigorous and ultra-cogent examinations of world events. I didn’t add anything to the conversation here, but now and then I’ve just got to thank you. Corbett presenting the Fake News Awards: now that’s what I call news and entertainment!

  46. Laura K. says:

    Can somebodey help me out with this?:
    Does happen to know which countries are known to have moved hospital patients to nursing homes (to free beds)???
    I only remember England. I need the answer for a project but search engines aren’t really helpful for some reason.

    • royb says:

      From what I remember, I read that this was done both in New York snd Washington. I do not have the links right now (they have drowned in all the info), but I think there was a testimony about this in a bitchute video. It could have links.

  47. royb says:

    About the mentioned https://www.corbettreport.com/the-worst-miscalculation-in-human-history/

    I wonder about this infection fatality rate. Has it really ever been used for anything but the covid? I believe the term «infected» has never before been used on anyone who has not had clinical symptoms. As Kary Mullis pointed at, the amazing thing about the pcr test is that you can find anything in everyone. It is for instance known that we have bacterias like hemophilus influensa in the nose that would kill us fast if they got to our brain. But they are part of our natural bacterial flora.

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