Episode 400 - Visions of the Future

04/24/2021175 Comments

So what do the elitists have in store for humanity? You don't need a crystal ball, you just need to read their own writings and watch their propaganda videos. Join James on this edition of The Corbett Report podcast as he takes a tour through the future to see the world that the globalists are seeking to create.

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  1. chris.pay says:

    This is great – from Chatham House – They’ve even created the new religion, “Earthism”


    • Duck says:

      Nice graphics they have there … for windows 95 😉
      I did not see the religion part but Didn’t Murice Strong walk the Ark of the Earth Covenant or something like that to ground zero after 9/11?

      I think Mr Corbett had a report including it

      There is a very strong religious element to the extinction rebellion and also to the George Floyd and Greta Imagery…. when society gets stressed people often head into a religious awakening and the powers are trying to direct that into something useful to them


      • Sigil says:

        Hi Duck

        If you can stomach it, you’ll find the “Earthism” in the 2060-90 section.

        I’ll copy the text here:
        2090 The Earthist Sanctuary
        Earthism, a transnational movement which took off in the early 2040s as the climate crisis was at its peak, is now one of the world’s most practiced religions. Followers of Earthism aim to attain enlightenment through connecting with and protecting all forms of nature. They believe the most important role for human beings is to support the ecology of the planet.

        In the run-up to major Earthist celebrations, such as UN Earth Day and the summer and winter solstices, Piccadilly Circus is a site of Earthist pilgrimage, where followers can hear prominent speakers, enjoy special seasonal dishes, and take part in a mass prayer honouring the natural world.

        The Earthist Sanctuary in Piccadilly Circus is a hub for Earthists to congregate and coordinate local rewilding projects and biodiversity monitoring.

        To me, this seems like an extension of the control grid – not the “religion” practised by various peoples, ancient cultures and our ancestors.

        Thanks for the links, I’ll take a look.

      • nosoapradio says:

        And for an eloquent and irrefutable illustration of the religious nature of the Extinction Rebellion/Greta Thunberg/George Monbiot trinity please just scroll down to the Fourth Video (there are also images but it’s the fourth video) of this link:


        good fun, complete with fawning disciples chanting to venerated virgin priestess and everything!

    • ivan.a says:

      Hi there Ladies and Gentlemen,

      This is my first post to this wonderful website.
      I am a fan of Mr. Corbett for 6-7 months now.

      Not a native English speaker, but Mr. Corbett witty talk makes my day.
      I wish good health and long life to him, he presents reason during this crazy times.

      I have two quick questions for you:

      1) When do you think our ‘Bosses’ will declare Covid-19 pandemic end (2022?)? New lockdowns are possible after summer time?
      2) Covid-19 is probably not ‘an normal’ virus, maybe Mr. Corbett can make a podcast about that?

      • mkey says:

        Hello Ivan.

        I would say this iteration of insanity will last for another year, till spring next year. Then it would let up for a while, until a new “pandemic” possibly takes us underground. It’s high time for us to turn into Morlocks.

        There’s a plenty of material on the nature of this “virus” elsewhere.

    • ivan.a says:

      Ladies and Gentlemen,

      I am just curious about following.

      After inventing Covid passports starting 01 June 2021 in Europe, do you think they will allow travels and mega concerts worldwide?

      If they allow above mentioned, then they are almost at square 1, since C02 emissions continue. They have much higher control, but C02 emits.

      What do you think, how its gonna play out after invention of new ‘safer’ passports 🙂

      Have a nice day.

      • Duck says:

        Remember the doublethink that goes with the climate religion. The people running it mostly dont really care about CO2 or the environment EXCEPT in so as as it allows them to get control over land, resources and peoples behavior.

        If they open up travel again but get people to accept that the Gov has pretty much free rein to say where you can go thats a win for them and I kinda think thats what will happen though its quite possible something worse will happen

        • ivan.a says:

          Thanks Duck for interesting thoughts.

          But how to explain they trashed hundreds of BRAND NEW jumbo jets worth trillions of dollars?
          Also hundreds of NEW cruiser ships stripped in Turkey, etc.

          They did not even try to pause trashing process…

          • Duck says:

            “..They did not even try to pause trashing process..”

            Lol, dude, you thinking like a millionaire poor person 😉

            The people that make these things happen have BILLIONS…

            a)Trashing a jumbo to them is like you snapping a pencil or dropping a starbucks coffee

            b)They make sure that the people who DO loose money on trashing ‘things’ are OTHER PEOPLE… they end up rich.

            Not joking about millionaire poor people… you can no more ascribe normal human thinking to some billionaires then you can to an alien or demon. They already think they are some other species or something like that

            I think it was an NPR podcast that went into who was behind Bernie madolph… he wrecked all those lives and he was the small potato underling who had to kiss the backsides of his masters

            • ivan.a says:

              Got it Duck!

              You know, AIRBUS and BOEING are best military partners, they are building poles of known WESTERN civilization.

              I cannot understand what individual(s) can undermine that, without any consequences.

              Do you think that those people who rule things, are known to public (to us)… or they never ever depicted on TV/media?

              • Duck says:

                “…Do you think that those people who rule things, are known to public (to us)… or they never ever depicted on TV/media?…”

                You do not know their names… not unless you spend your life being a one person Intel analyst.. Mr Corbett does that and I bet EVEN HE does not have a handle what everyone is doing because they make it very boring even while they tell you.
                For example Bank of International settlements has a youtube channel… and no one (me included mostly) is gonna sit and watch what they talk about all the time let alone read all their PUBLISHED papers

                Look at Mae Brussell who would spend ages and ages reading newspapers and articles and boring reports…

                She was a real life autistic super hero, like Houdini

                I read ‘Transgender Industrial Complex’ by Scott Howard and had to do Obsidian notes to keep track of everything… billions of dollars moving thru hundreds of people and organizations…. if he did it all alone he must have sat for hours every day just reading and taking notes and how many people will even sit and read his work???

    • ivan.a says:


      What would you do in relate to all the ‘CHANGES’ that are probably coming in next 10-20 years:

      1) Buy a property LITTLE OUTSIDE town
      2) Buy a property far far away from town, and ‘isolate’
      3) Buy a property in town itself (apartment or similar)

      I would appreciate your opinion (and why).

      Many thanks!
      Wish you a great day.


      • mkey says:

        If you are looking for a modicum of resiliance and independance, you will need a plot of land and access to natural resources, such as water, sun and fresh air.

        One could have all of these things in a urban setting, if they had access to a roof, bit still I’d say a plot of land is key.

        As for the location and how far one want to go, that’s difficult to say. Probably stay as close as you can to a smallest city that has the services you may require from time to time.

        • ivan.a says:

          Thanks mkey!

          • ivan.a says:

            One last question concerning above 🙂

            How much should I pay attention to mileage to first bigger city … since they plan to clear out gas transport in the near future 🙂
            Mr. Bill Gates said in recent statement: ‘people should share electric cars in the future, since they use it only 4% of the time. All to decrease CO2 emissions’.

            Waiting you reply.
            Many thanks.


  2. dots4eyes says:

    There’s more gold in a pile of electronics than in a goldmine? Is that really true?

    • Fact Checker says:

      Not a chance. Remember what they say about how you can tell a politician is lying…

    • Duck says:

      “..more gold in a pile of electronics than in a goldmine?..”

      Depends how you look at it… I think its one tone of rock processed to get 1 gram of gold or something ridiculous like that.
      The electronics probably do have a higher concentration of gold then the rock in a mine… but I would bet more gold comes out the ground… gold is said to be created in a super nova of an exploding star, so ours is said to be a 2nd generation star system

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      dots4eyes says:
      There’s more GOLD in a pile of electronics than in a goldmine?
      Is that really true?

      Yes. It’s true.
      A ton of ground E-waste is probably the size of a very large gaylord pallet.
      (My personal speculation is that a few of these could reap perhaps $10,000 in precious metals if gold/silver/tin prices were a bit higher.)

      I watch a lot of videos interviewing gold and silver mining companies.
      By the way, Bill Powers of MiningStockEducation.com does some impressive interviews, often without “softball questions”.

      Currently in this new age, on a lower tier, there are gold mines with only 5 to 15 grams of gold per metric ton.
      This webpage gives a breakdown. (NOTE: “cyanide”)
      ~~WWW mine-engineer.com/commentary/2009/one-gram-per-ton.htm

      I own a little stock in a list of various gold and silver mining companies. Often, I have traded in and out depending upon market conditions and value.

      Because they were restarting operations following the COVID-19 related shut down, in recent months I have bought back into this stock…
      EnviroLeach Technologies Inc. – EVLLF
      ~~WWW enviroleach.com/e-waste-printed-circuit-board

      Recycled printed circuit board assemblies contain the majority of the value in E-Waste. These boards typically contain over $3,500 USD worth of metals per tonne.
      This is significantly higher than the typical $100 – $500 USD per tonne of conventional mining ores.

      EnviroLeach is an industrial clean-tech company focused on precious metals extraction formulas and technologies.

      Our unique patented and proven technology offers a cost-effective, eco-friendly and domestic alternative to the use of cyanide and smelters for the recovery of gold from E-Waste and conventional gold ores and concentrates.

      In short, they offer a viable, non-toxic, environmentally friendly approach to E-waste and precious metal mining.
      VIDEO – The Global E-Waste Crisis – EnviroLeach may have the solution…
      (5 1/2 minutes)

      EVLLF Stock
      I want to mention that this stock is thinly traded and can be volatile.

    • campj says:

      I actually know a guy who paid off all his debts by salvaging gold from old computers from the local university. And got paid for disposing of them too.

  3. Fact Checker says:

    James discusses visions of the future, but once again leaves out the concrete, granular, fully elaborated and institutionalized systems in the works that have been exposed by Alison McDowell: Social Impact Bonds, Gamification, Tokenized Augmented Reality, and the World of Digital Twins.

    I highly recommend Corbetteers watch these two recent interviews of McDowell by Dr. Thomas Cowan, who does the best job I’ve seen yet of forcing McDowell to slow down, unpack terminology, and define her terms, as well as organize and contextualize her massive data-dumps with a comprehensible (but terrifying) BIG PICTURE:



    These aren’t just vague, abstract aspirations. These are real-deal programs currently in beta-testing, waiting to be scaled as soon as the Herd is fully dispossessed by the “virus” lockdowns.

      • Fact Checker says:

        Superb vintage Corbettcast! Thanks again, Duck, you’re a gem! The historical background James gives there dovetails right into the “Pathway” system that McDowell describes.

        I am going to repost here what I just posted there, because I think it’s relevant to the visions-of-the-future theme, and where these visions are coming from:

        I saw Postman give that exact speech [featured in “You Are Being Gamed”] at USC in 1997 or ’98. I was quite sympathetic to his message, and I remember being struck by the stark contrast between his cautions on one hand, and on the other hand the intensive adoption of the then-young internet and e-mail that was being compelled by the entire undergraduate program. I was highly suspicious of the fact that they were requiring all students to be in electronic contact with the TAs around the clock by constant e-mail correspondence: turning in assignments, receiving assignments, arranging tutorials. It was quite explicit that we were being hazed and conditioned into a ubiquitous electronic matrix, where response time was always part of the measure of compliance. (Although ‘matrix’ was not yet a word I would have known, since the movie had not yet popularized it.) It disturbed me that the “tool” of e-mail was, right off the bat, being used as a way to intensify the burdens and expectations that college already necessarily entailed.


        James concludes by saying, “Nor are we going to be enslaved by technology itself. It is only the humans that are commandeering that technology….”

        I find this naive. Over the decade following the recording of this podcast, I think the best hypothesis that has been borne out is that DigiTech, itself, is the Enemy. The precipitous, one-track development of the electromechanical control grid that is now half-erected around us as I type was too rapid to be ad hoc or opportunistic. It has been revealed as a headlong assault, designed from the very beginning to compel dependence, ensnare, and enslave. It has all happened in my adult life.

        Now, whoever is reading this and I are both atomized slaves, stripped of all autonomy and power. The needles are raining down, and I can hear the whirr of the servos driving the robotic surgical arms that are approaching to implant Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain chips into each and every human that survives the bottleneck of the Great Reset. The Deep Mind has inexorably driven this technological transformation from the very beginning. The only ones who will retain any humanity are those who will be able to renounce DigiTech altogether, which will be virtually impossible, and will require sacrifices beyond imagination as the drones and hunter-killer robo-dogs amass.

        • Duck says:

          “… The Deep Mind has inexorably driven this technological transformation from the very beginning. ..”

          That sounds like the CCRU weirdness about the uni-mind or whatever reaching back in time to create itself.

          “…Now, whoever is reading this and I are both atomized slaves, stripped of all autonomy and power..”

          Not really. You always have some power and some choice, even if its not a nice one 🙂

    • nosoapradio says:

      …making the masses chronically ill so they’ll want to escape their bodies and live and consume virtually…


      I’d been listening (occasionally) to Alison McDowell with great interest for a few months now (thanks to Corbett commenter Phreedomphile)

      but I’m really happy to have this most recent interview with Dr. Cowan (that I will finish listening to after my Saturday morning classes) where she seems to be becoming even more phenomenally synthetic in her remarkably micro and macro visions of the changes being wrought on human “civilization”…

      And Mr. Corbett’s work is very complementary and compatible with hers.

      Thanks for the links. The interview with Bonnie Faulkner of Guns and Butter might be interesting for G&B fans:


      gootube… i know, i know…

      • Fact Checker says:

        Thanks for the Guns & Butter link. I’m not familiar with the show, but the host does a very good job with McDowell too. Alison is very well-behaved throughout, and maintains a pretty digestible pace. I was impressed at how receptive the host is, given that it sounds like a rather mainstream-y program, even to Alison’s more…shall we say…poetical notions and arguments. (I do know, however, that WBAI has always hosted some edgier, freethinking stuff.)

    • betsy says:

      I join Face Checker in urging the Corbett Report family to pay attention to Alison McDowell, wrenchinthegears.com. The dossier of information she has compiled about capitalism not just moving everyone all aspects of life online, but creating investment opportunities out of being able to mine both physical and mental/emotional data from us for “social impact bonds” that will then be securitized by hedge funds and become the basis of a global casino game for the ultra-wealthy.

      • betsy says:

        Sorry, FacT Checker! (Wish these posts were editable!)

      • Control Savvy says:

        I second (third/fourth) Alison McDowell. I don’t even understand how they can make money from “social impact bonds”, but Kudos to Allison for bringing it to our attention. How bad can it be when you can’t even understand why the bad things they do are supposed to work?

        • Fact Checker says:

          “Social Impact Bonds” are just like “Carbon Credits.” The origin is always government-created fiat funny-money.

          A phony system of casino chips is built merely to create a system of incentives that will encourage the technocratic middle-managerial cohort to implement the data-extraction and bodily-enslavement grid. No “value” needs to be created. It’s just a game, designed to engineer a specific chain of events. Here, Wall Street is being given a language and a set of game-rules, and then the grubby greed of the marketeers can be relied on to do the dirty work. In this case, that dirty work is implementing a panopticon of bio-sensors, and making people dependent on tokenized rewards given in exchange for pre-ordained, discrete tasks. (The nature of these tasks has yet to be revealed, but I have a hunch it will amount to building drones, building AI-driven surgical robots, and building colossal launchpads and landing strips for both Earthly and interplanetary transport.)

          Alison McDowell still does not understand that the “money” that will drive this system is fake in the first place, because she has never done her homework on the history or philosophy of money. She is still, to a large extent, tethered to the “anti-capitalist”/Leftist mentality where she began. Whenever anybody asks her how money enters this system in the first place, she is unable to answer intelligibly, making incoherent reference to “bankers” and “Wall Street.” This is because “money” to her is an unknown “black-box” concept that she has never focussed on unpacking. During the interviews I posted, I kept hoping Cowan would explain it to her, because I know that he is versed in monetary theory. However, he’s still mounting the learning curve on the concepts she is bringing to the table.


          • s511 says:

            Would LOVE to see a Corbett interview with Allison. Good description, Fact CHECKER her frenzied “massive data dumps”. I enjoy them but she is difficult to share with others. Well, we need one another and the interviews she has been doing is helping her to become more clear, and I think, to calm down as she sees she is not alone in the view that a horrific enemy is at our doors.

    • ledhead1789 says:

      Thank you for highlighting Alison’s work! I’ve also been trying to spread her message. Unfortunately, I think she’s ignored by many in the alternative community because of her take on the future of blockchain and crypto, which I believe she’s spot on about.

      There are many commentators, James included, that understand the big picture. But I don’t thank anyone outside of Alison has tied it into other seemingly benign aspects of these changes like she has. James should definitely interview her!

      • Fact Checker says:

        “I think she’s ignored by many in the alternative community because of her take on the future of blockchain and crypto.”

        Interesting. I hadn’t thought of that. You’re saying because so many in the Dissent-O-Sphere are pro-crypto they are threatened by her anti-blockchain message? If so, I think you may be on to something.

        However, there are other reasons at play too. It’s a combination of sprawling, complex, detailed, and novel subject matter, and very specific limitations in her presentation style. Her blog is not well-polished, and reads a bit too “stream-of-consciousness” to be readily approached by a newcomer. Also, her verbal presentation is very inconsistent, ranging from mind-blowingly revelatory…to frustratingly tone-deaf and disconnected from the audience. She can be quite terrible in interviews, because (to use a quaint dance metaphor) she always insists on leading, even when the room is totally lost.

        The reason I posted those Cowan interviews is because he is tough as nails, and he is able to rein her in. Most interviewers are not strong enough to rein her in. She might be very amiable and smiley, but she’s got a subtle (often counterproductive) way of bullying with her discourse, like any seasoned schoolteacher! She is actually quite intimidating, and does not take well to being challenged–a limitation that she is too often blind to, again, in a schoolteacher-y way.

        • ledhead1789 says:

          Sorry for the delayed response, but correct – I think her take on crypto is off-putting to many in the alternative media community. For example, I’ve seen some twitter spats between her and Derrick Broze. And I also agree wholeheartedly that her presentation style is very unorganized and can be hard to digest.

          I’ll definitely check out the Cowan interviews more closely. But again, I think her tying in crypto, gamification and virtual reality, social impact bonds, and the general behavior modification style game theory dystopian hellhole we’re moving into is pretty spot on (when she’s able to communicate that effectively, albeit somewhat sporadically).

          • Fact Checker says:

            Don’t let my criticisms of her fool you.

            I think she is a peerless visionary.

            (Well, you know, besides the Dark Visionary that actually conceived of what she is unearthing…)

  4. rogero says:

    Brilliant can not be a name. It just can not.

  5. craciunator says:

    That “Planned-opolis” video was absolutely terrifying.

    • ChairmanDrew says:

      It seems really like classic British dark humour, at least maybe from whoever was commissioned to make the video.

      • Duck says:

        I was tasked with making instructional standing order posters for an ass of a boss and did my best to make them sound like Totalitarian FAscist instruction posters for a joke…. I thought he would tell me to tone it donw but he was totally “Yes! I like the way you do that…”

  6. MagicBullet says:

    Maybe it’s better to use the fashion rainbow pin when you want to be under cover or prevent arrest eh?

  7. allcomp says:

    Bottom line here is that the Control Freaks smell blood. Of course, they always have, but true globalization – i.e., a true, top-down, vertically integrated command & control, full spectrum dominance structure over humanity takes time to gain critical mass before it can subsume (or squash) any/all opposition in its path.

    What kind of a future do I want? That’s reasonably easy – live & let live, Liberty for all. Collaboration and success with my fellow man, sans getting over on somebody else to attain my own success. I surmise fellow Corbetteers retain similar sentiments.

    The signs are all around us. There is going to be a fight – and a lopsided one at that but then, Liberty in its true sense and the responsibilities which abide, were never something the majority ever cared much about. The Control Freaks know this and will use the weight of that mass (public opinion), to clear the path for them. We are the obstacles.

    Gird up. You can hear the footsteps. It’s coming to your State, town and perhaps even your front door. Oh wait… The U.K., Australia, Canada, New York stadium stands, beaches, parks —- it already has.

  8. NarFlux says:

    Very insightful video. Its absolutely amazing these people have made such videos to wargame their what-if future scenarios.

    The Future I envision:

    A culture shift to be manifested, with an absolute ZERO tolerance for Tyranny. Spread and practiced and lived by every man and woman. Mob executions of any Tyrant or Predatory type of person. Possibly an expedited summary execution type of system will need to be implemented, to prevent the predatory types from changing the story, burying the evidence, or silencing the victims. Due process is kind of out the window in this future, as the Time that Due Process gives the wicked, is what allows for changing the story, burying the evidence, and silencing the victims. Summary Executions of Pedophiles is a priority in this future.
    With the Anti-Tyrant Mindset infused into every single person, the reduction of the size of Government to no more than small local government, with extremely limited powers (virtually none), will be possible. The non-violent form of Anarchy becomes possible, if anytime a Tyrant type person tries to rise up or form a gang, then entire very well armed and weapons proficient community comes out and crushes the rising of a tyrant on the spot, then large evil governments that oppress their people can’t form.
    Small Family Farms and Small Business abound. With the only government regulation being the Limitations on powers of Government, and how large a business can grow, as to prevent the formation of headless Corporate Entities…and Headless Governments that have no way to be held accountable, or cut off (with the Head) of any official who seeks to expand their power.

    • bob387 says:


      Your freedom. My tyranny.
      It is a very old conundrum.
      As I read your imagined future, I found it not different from the past. Mob Rule. It becomes the rule of the Strong Man and his retinue of killers to keep everyone in line. The Strong Man is the decider. No need for law. The Strong Man infuses the Anti-Tyrant Mindset into the minds of the people. How? By threat. By the barrel of a gun. (Mao bows). And the Constitution, being minimal, needs only one right: the right of the Strong Man to remain the Strong Man, for the sake of the people’s freedom. And zero tolerance. That means no mercy. No surprise there. Virtually powerless small government with unregulated officials is entirely consistent with Strong Man Fiat. This society is diagrammed as a circle, with one point in the centre, from which all power and freedom flows.
      Did I say freedom? In this future, only the Strong Man is free. Well, one free man is a start, I guess.

      NarFlux, I am not casting aspersions on you, personally. I am only sharing my current perspective. And I acknowledge that my perspective is profoundly flawed. But this is where I am at present. My problem is how do you fight a monster without becoming one?

  9. NarFlux says:

    Changing the Culture of the a Society is the only way out of where the Social Engineers are taking the World. ..And they are doing that through the Re-Engineering of the Culture, by means of Entertainment Media, and the Propaganda Machines that were once call “News”.

    How to beat the Social Engineers at their own game, is the problem we have here.

    Stories, Movies, Books, Memes, Articles, Reports. All are means to conveys an idea. All are methods to Engineer the Culture. What becomes Popular or is most identified with, is what takes root in the hearts and minds of the consumers of such media. Popularity is a problem in itself. Because so many bad things get really really popular, because the traits of it or the person (who espouses an ideas) are more appealing to the natural senses and inclinations of the viewers/followers. How to make Good Popular is the change you have to figure out. How to better and widely spread the influence of the Good Ideas through media, more effectively than the super rich or morally degenerate spread their ideas? That is a question to ponder on.

    Perhaps a mastermind story writer could incorporate everything that needs to be questioned or thought about, into an amazingly well made story that can appeal to all audiences. That might be a way to make a dent in the Culture, and start changes. But many people are too invested in their Life of bad choices, and their ego stands in the way of them considering making any life changes. So, there almost is no way to reach those people with logic and conversation. But a Grand Story may accomplish a change of heart. All of Entertainment Media is built around that method. PC Culture in the movies and shows is undermining the social engineering efforts, because that only works on the very very simple minded.

    I don’t mean to rag on elections, but Popularity has too much of an effect on who runs western governments (aside from the obvious election rigging by the corrupt). If your election isn’t rigged for you, you can only win if you a Popular…and usually for all the wrong reasons.

    Popular Elections are not helping fix the Governments of the world.
    Technocracy sounds nice, but arrogant psychopathic tyrants would be the people running that system.

  10. NarFlux says:

    Meme Wars sound like the best ideas.
    The number of shares a Meme gets is also based on its Popularity…and Social Media Networks not filtering or scrubbing it.

    Subtle Memes, using Satire have a significant effect, and aren’t censored as much.

    Make MEMEs People.
    And Share them everywhere!
    MEMEs are our only hope…
    (Sad sobbing laughter heard faintly in the background, as you dwell upon this thought.)

    • I wish there was no truth to this but there is a lot of truth to this.

      Memes are exponentially more likely to make someone genuinely question an adopted belief than textual & verbal (person-to-person) communication.

      TPTB know this now, so there literally are meme wars.
      Fortunately for us, they suck at making memes because they’re humorless, creativity-devoid sociopaths.

      • Duck says:

        “..Fortunately for us, they suck at making memes because they’re humorless, creativity-devoid sociopaths…”

        Not true… Hollywood and Netflix are doing just fine at memeing a new world into existence. They just have big money while we have the truth making it a pretty even fight

        • I’m talking very specifically about memes Duck.
          They’re little pictures, often with a bit of captioning, that we pass around on the Internet.
          I can post one if you’d like.

          • Duck says:

            I know that… but the word itself means an Information Virus. The first time I heard it was actually on STrek Voyager or maybe the Book “Snow Crash” but I think it was Dawkins who popularized the word.

            I dont care how good or funny your picture is there is no way its going to infect someones mind better then the TV screen flashing….the only reason such a low power method has any effect is when it tells the truth rather then the lies the TV has

            If you think that the left cant meme you should ask why they control the minds of over half the population and 80% of the people under 20

  11. spider says:

    The Norman word for cow was boef, that which they find on their plate. The Anglo-Saxon word for cow was cuh. No beef for the peasants.

  12. elise says:

    Someone suggested an open source grand jury on this forum. Livestream of legal initiative against forced vaccinations shoes how challenging working with the government courts is in this situation:

  13. Control Savvy says:

    They are masters of mind and behavior control. I can’t even call it propaganda anymore—that is a word for the 20th century.

    Question of this Century: How do we get people—especially young people—to think for themselves, to recognize attempts at mind/behavior control, to shield themselves from it, and to act freely and creatively according to their own best interests, and those of the majority of human beings.

    Vision for the future: recognize, shield, and create.

    • Duck says:

      “…Question of this Century: How do we get people—especially young people—to think for themselves, to recognize attempts at mind/behavior control, to shield themselves from it, and to act freely and creatively according to their own best interests, and those of the majority of human beings….”

      Very easy..just most parents wont do it for their kids

      Turn off TV and internet
      Read books
      Go to church
      Only hang out with decent people

      • Fact Checker says:

        I was with you up until the “church” part.

        The human attraction to ritualized submission is a key part of why we’re in this mess.

        I have driven past Catholic masses being held outside, with hex-spaced, standing, masked parishioners and a ghoulish masked priest waiving incense, and it demonstrates how readily every institution of ritualized submission can be flipped to Satanism and clicked like a Lego brick onto the Satanic agenda.

        Church is just an old-fashioned form of television. A medium of behavior-programming, where the audience voluntarily submits itself to arbitrary, ceremonial behaviors dictated by a signal. Whatever human or entity controls that signal can then program the flock to do great Evil, even if they use the language of holiness, God and the Divine.

        • Duck says:

          Fact Checker

          “..Church is just an old-fashioned form of television…”

          Possibly a grain of truth in that… except that at church you met and made a community and the priest cant easily start trying to change the programming on a dime the way media can

          “..The human attraction to ritualized submission is a key part of why we’re in this mess…”

          Submitting to a book of unchangeable rules that tells you you can NOT do anything you like and have duties to a higher power and in some sense other people, and that even the king can not do anything he likes… vs the idea that I can do whatever I like however I like and no one is going to punish me if I rob and rape my way thru life.

          Hmn… I wonder which one got us here?

          • Fact Checker says:

            My point with the Catholic-Covidist Mass I described is that churches are simply like “turn-key” conduits for any new agenda. They are like colonies of pre-mind-wiped drones, self-selected for attraction to ritualized submission, and wide open to further programming. You say churches are based on “rules in a book that never change,” but the Machine doesn’t care about those rules. It simply layers Its new programming on top of that. So sure, all those masked, hex-spaced Catholics and Christians are still using the language of those old books, but their behavior is all according to the new, Satanic program. And although the sermons might use the same old scripture passages, the parishioners’ minds are always fixated in parallel on the vile value system of virus-fascination, ritualized terror, scientism, and pseudo-medical authoritarianism.

            Plus, as a practical matter, I don’t think church really works in the way you describe in the first place. Even before the Advent of Covidism, I was only mildly surprised when the vast majority of churches of all denominations became festooned with rainbow flags and crudely coded banners about being “affirmational” or “inclusive faith communities,” which of course simply means sodomy-promoting.

            The book they claim to use has remained the same, but the social mores churches have come to encourage are radically different, and have become so within my adult lifetime. When I went to church as a kid, sodomy was not openly promoted. But all the kids in my city who find themselves in church nowadays are probably, frankly, listening to sermons from “openly gay” ministers. You say churches can’t “turn on a dime,” but in my adult lifetime I have seen them do exactly that twice: first with the gay stuff, then with the virus fetish.

            • Duck says:

              “…Plus, as a practical matter, I don’t think church really works in the way you describe ….festooned with rainbow flags and crudely coded banners about being “affirmational” or “inclusive faith communities,” which of course simply means sodomy-promoting…”

              True, the vast majority of churches have been destroyed and taken over… I actually saw the process in action one time. The amount of money spent on doing this is phenomenal, I think as much or more then on the Trans Agenda. Likr THAT agenda the church take over was funded by a pretty small group of people

              “…The book they claim to use has remained the same, but the social mores churches have come to encourage are radically different, and have become so within my adult lifetime….”

              Again… there are still real churches.
              A church that openly lies about what the bible says is pretty obviously not a real church, just the animated corpse of one which is why THOSE liars will all be TOTALLY out of business in less then 40 years anyway, 10 or 20 for actual relevance … real churches and ( NWO facsimiles like Jehovahs Witnesses) are doing pretty well, especially right now.

              When you say you have seen them turn on a dime you are actually wrong- it was 2 or 3 generations work to do that. If you have kids listening to openly gay ministers then you can expect that their parents are fine and dandy with that.

              “..behavior is all according to the new, Satanic program…”
              If you believe in satan as an entity then it is rather weird not to believe in God as one… it would be weird to then not worship God. This however is getting outside of practical issues like social cohesion

              • cu.h.j says:

                I know this is meant for Fact Checker, but if God exists as an “entity” why does God let these things happen?

                There is so much suffering in the world. I have had a mysterious “healing”/recovery from an illness that was unexpected and I remember praying. But I know that some people pray and they still have terrible things happen to them.

                I just don’t understand why an entity that is supposed to love us would allow all of this to happen.

                I’m sorry to divert the discussion. I suppose this is why I’m an agnostic rather than a believer.

              • bob387 says:


                I have a story for you. (there are much better versions of this on the internets)
                I read this a long time ago, and have lost the details, but I remember the basic plot. I think the author’s name was Aleicheim, a very popular writer in New York, circa 1900.

                Old man has a farm near the village.
                He needs a hired hand, but no one available. Things look bleak.
                Neighbours say, “That’s bad.” Old man says, “We’ll see.”
                Young man comes to the village looking for work. Gets hired by Old Man.
                Neighbours say, “That’s good.” Old man says, “We’ll see.”
                One day, the farm horse bolts into the forest.
                Neighbours say, “That’s bad.” Old man says, “We’ll see.”
                Young man finds the horse and returns it to the farm.
                Neighbours say, “That’s good.” Old man says, “We’ll see.”
                While riding the horse, young man gets thrown, and breaks his leg. He can’t work.
                Neighbours say, “That’s bad.” Old man says, “We’ll see.”
                Soldiers come to the village, drafting all young men to fight, except the one with the bad leg.
                Neighbours say, “That’s good .” Old man says, “We’ll see.”

                And so the story goes…
                If life is like a painting, there will be light-coloured parts and dark-coloured parts. Without this mix, no painting could be beautiful.

              • Fact Checker says:

                bob387: The whole thing is Hell, from top to bottom:

                “He needs a hired hand, but no one available. Things look bleak.”

                The man is facing destitution and starvation if he cannot get someone even more desperate than he to perform manual labor. Anxiety. Uncertainty. Fear. Dread.

                “Young man comes to the village looking for work. Gets hired by Old Man.”

                Young man’s already destitute. His fear of starvation forces him into manual labor in order to stave of death. Struggle. Strain. Backbreaking drudgery, for a few morsels of sustenance.

                “One day, the farm horse bolts into the forest.”

                Random chance brings unexpected hardship. Loss. Frustration. Mounting dread of destitution and starvation.

                “Young man finds the horse and returns it to the farm.”

                The horse is re-enlisted back into enslavement by an indifferent master of a different species. It is in terror, apprehension. It is whipped and agonized back into submission. The whipping part is the only solace to the young man, who has spent a night of exhaustion and grueling drudgery to reclaim the animal and takes it out on the pitiful beast.

                “While riding the horse, young man gets thrown, and breaks his leg.”

                Pain. Agony. Terror.

                “He can’t work.”

                Chronic, all-consuming apprehension of accelerated destitution, starvation, and miserable death.

                “Soldiers come to the village, drafting all young men to fight, except the one with the bad leg.”

                Somewhere far away, men, women and children are being slaughtered mercilessly for designs completely unknown to them. The raging rapists known as “soldiers” are given power to enslave peasants wholesale across the countryside to force them to murder and die, and in the process be transformed into monstrous murderers and rapists.

                Neighbours say, “That’s good .”

                No they don’t. They think it’s a tragic loss that the young man is prevented from “serving his king” and achieving “glory” and whatnot. They call him a malingerer and a coward. He becomes both a pariah and a cripple. Prolonged misery, isolation, destitution and starvation are certain.

                “If life is like a painting, there will be light-coloured parts and dark-coloured parts. Without this mix, no painting could be beautiful.”

                It is all shit. Pain. Misery. Terror. Injustice. Torture. Then when you die, it is the very worst moment of existence, when you are snuffed out in a moment of heart wrenching terror, exquisite agony, and regret.

          • J.P. Wheeler says:

            Have to agree with Duck on this one. It’s societies shift toward turning its back on religion and in turn morality, that has gotten us where we are today. Honestly Nietzche wrote about this extensively. He saw it coming in the 19th century, once society turned its back on morality, the shit would hit the fan… that is what we’re dealing with today!

            • lizzie says:

              Agreed. The Christians will save us.

              Many will have scrolled to the next comment with the mention of that, but I will explain. I was brought up to think that religion was scary and dangerous, as a youngster I used to go and sit in church, much to my parents dismay. All I knew was that it felt nice and peaceful.
              Apart from a brief spell in the local church choir I had brushed Christianity aside until recently. My good friend who is one of the best industrial electrician in his field, is an avid Christian. His group believe that the vaccine roll out is the mark of the beast. I said before that Christians will save us, of course they are not the only ones, it seems that anyone who has a deep connection to something weather that be the land, religion, people, science, engineering, are the ones not going along. The ones going along are those who only care for their own ends, the ones who feel entitled to the pleasures of the earth without giving back are just what is needed for the tyrants to take over.
              When a society is healthy with a strong sense of morality, that’s when the magic can happen.
              A group of Buddhists monks were helping our in a refugee camp, one of the younger monks asked why his teacher did not teach the Dharma to the group. He said, these people will not understand the teachings yet as they are deeply troubled, but I can teach them compassion and morality.
              Some people must steal, lie, cheat, use drugs or kill, to survive. At the very bottom you see this and also at the very top it seems.
              If nobody had to do those things we would be grand.
              I would recommend this podcast with Reverend Jamie


              • nosoapradio says:

                but I can teach them compassion and morality


                speak to people, intellectually, physically, emotionally and energetically from where they are, about what they can hear, envision, entertain…

                Believing in something bigger than materialism, whether it’s called “Nature”, or “Freedom”, or “God”, “Music”, “Love” or “Truth”

                comes down to the notion of the “Sacred”.

                If there’s no sacred element to Human Beings, then why not just inject everyone with gene-altering poison, transforming Human life into silicate transhumanist programmable algorithmic rock

                like those Mythical adventurers upon beholding Medusa.

                Are ya gonna post another song soon?

              • lizzie says:

                You articulated what I was trying to get at there nicely.
                Well, it’s funny you should mention a song.
                I have been asking people for a line or a verse for this song called Elephant, so far this is 10 or so responses, I’d love to get a line from the Corbett Report family

                It’s going to be crazy.
                I’m in a dizzy pile of rubbish .
                Everything is hazy .

                You asking me ? Must be desperate!
                I’ll take specialist advice tomorrow when she wakes up!!
                Messy hair, still in her 12 hole lace ups.

                But I can feel it, there’s a silver lining.
                Stop licking the floor.
                Oh yeah ramp up the face to face.. Higher higher stakes, catch these kids they re gonna fall.

                Hey! Waxing crescent moon
                Tell me I’m gonna meet him soon
                Over by the hawthorn tree
                Where the mighty Nore sleeps

                The evening is blue before it is black
                Oh! We were on it the other day then forgot
                He’s better than me. Obviously. I’ll see wat can arise ..

                I wanna dive in to the stars
                midnight swim in the inky deep
                waves carry my voice so far so far

                “And now the colors fall into wild.
                Red pink blue around the clouds.
                It’s just a second, it’s just now!”

              • nosoapradio says:

                How about something about the elephant in the room remembering everything…


              • lizzie says:

                Thank you. That is profound. It struck a chord with me as I feel like that Elephant who won’t forget. I’ll give it a day in the brain, but In the meantime if anyone wants to beautify it then all the better and I have already put one line in there myself.
                I love this concept, it’s an anarchist song. It’s everybody’s song, in the way that anybody involved can do as they wish with it, anyone is welcome to add lines or change lines, turn it into whatever they like. It has rules but no ruler.
                A few Ooga Boogas and bit of Omgawa and it will be ready to record the way I hear it.
                Thanks again nosoapradio

              • Alchemist says:

                Hi Lizzie 👋 I watched the beginning and need to comment on his point about crappy modern church music. There’s more to the old chants & hymns than most people realize. Solfeggio frequencies and old Gregorian chants are a good example. Some say the original chants are so powerful, they’ve been hidden in the vaults of the Vatican. “Holy” frequencies can be made with organs, chimes, Tibetan singing bowls, and the voice. Walk into any Armenian church, close your eyes and listen to the ancient hyms. You can easily enter a deep state of meditation when you tune in to these frequencies. When you sing them with your voice, they are even more powerful, because the vibrations move through your physical body. OM chanting, for example, sends vibrations through your diaphragm up your spine; stimulating the pineal gland & helping the process of 3rd eye awakening.

                Solfeggio Frequencies Explained https://youtu.be/KHUIyCdxBTY

                Armenian Liturgical Chant

              • lizzie says:

                Nosoapradio I recorded the Elephant, I kept your line in its original form.
                Here it is

              • nosoapradio says:

                I can’t believe I missed this comment with a link to this beautiful Corbett subscribers beautiful song!! AAARRRGGGGHHH!

                Congratulations Lizzie! As I scuttle frantically back into my Saturday morning hamsterwheel

                I’m feeling a powerful pinge of jealous poignancy as I listen to your song. (The sound on my computer is currently bad but I’m gonna fix it and listen again after my class)

                I wish I could do what you do.

                A very belated Kudos! and I hope you’re still haunting these boards!

  14. SuperMom Belle says:

    What’s that TIME magazine has about Lynn Good of Duke Energy? This hypocrite  is so BAD, we literally call her the CEO of “Duke Enemy #1.”
    June 13, 2019 I noted:
    “Duke is the Bayer-Monsanto of electricity. People just haven’t figured that out yet because they are extremely (Lynn) Good at compartmentalizing their activities both in regard to public relations & perception AND within their own corporation!  But a little digging behind the scenes in a simple “follow-the-money” & “connect-the-dots” can lead US to the very obvious conclusion that this Monster Monopoly is a Beast.”
    This is a vague reference to Duke’s demands to “upgrade” ALL our homes with their own “Smart” devices (in 2018, Duke bragged it had already invested $25 Billion in “smart grid” technology- homeowners who didn’t like it remained w/o power for 3 months thanks to zombie-like employees and confused cops) https://blisswithoutignorance.org/2020/11/18/we-the-people-v-they-the-corporations-2018-now/  AND their conflicts of interests with our once-upon-a-time GOVERNOR, Pat McCrory who had been an employee of Duke Energy for 28 years (who coincidently announced 3 days ago, that he wants to run for FEDERAL office – but hey, NC will think, “At least he’s not as bad as Senator Burr, profiting on insider knowledge of the stock-market CORONA-virus swindle” smh). Another clear conflict of interests involves members of North Carolina Utility Commission (NCUC)’s, particularly chairman, Ed Finley, who used to be Duke’s own LAWYER and now he’s approving rate hikes when SUPRISE: “we had NO idea that hurricanes hit NC sometime, therefore we MUST hike rates, which impact the already impacted the hardest!” 
    Meanwhile, Lynn Good sits pretty in her SC mansion and brings in, on average $11 million salary+ per year, and even got a 1.1 million dollar BONUS in 2014 when Duke SPILLED coal ash into NC’s Dan River, causing a spike in thyroid cancers around here…. and we haven’t even SEEN the fall-out of their coal ash hurricane spill in the Cape Fear river in 2018, but we know they’ve been dumping in it since BEFORE 2014, when they were formally charged by Environmental Agency for “pumping 61 million gallons of contaminated water” into it. That river, btw, drains straight out into the Atlantic ocean, and in Jan 2020, EWG showed Brunswick Co, NC the highest drinking water contamination of PFOA’s in the entire nation!
    So… REALLY, “Time,” Lynn Good of Duke Enemy is a hero of “sustainability”!?!
    ~ and that’s my piece of peace for the moment ~
    NC Liberty Belle

    • garr says:

      This is a video of top Duke Energy corporate attorney and NCUC Chairman Ed Finley having me arrested simply for showing up at a Duke Energy/NCUC public hearing. This happened about a half dozen times getting worse each time (this was the second):


      Bill Garrity

      • SuperMom Belle says:

        “THE” Bill Garrity? The same Bill Garrity with the courage, fortitude & determination to follow Ed Finley around the state until he couldn’t take it anymore? The same Bill Garrity who (inspired by equally heroic son), gives pumpkin pies to homeless folks in the Fall?
        You’re THE genuine Carolina hero, Bill Garrity!?!
        I cannot believe you saw this mini-rant, in the comment section on a site discussing world-wide events by a Canadian in Japan, back in April 2021 with perspectives from our ‘neck of the woods’ & responded on THIS forum, & I just happened to check my email and saw it – on Christmas Eve!
        I watched all your yt posts almost three years ago – including the FULL unedited one in Wilmington & had commented on at least one of them (although I don’t see those comments there now).
        I had tried to reach out to you in 2018, when I had the physical strength and naivety to think, “If our neighbors knew, what Mr. Garrity is trying to expose here (along with the many other sins Duke & other Big Corps(e) in our state are committing), then ‘We The People’ could DO something, work together & find a way to take our power back.”
        Anyway, I’m honored that you replied & I thank you for standing up for what’s right in NC!

  15. Find a way to prevent psychopathy/sociopathy so that humans fully retain their innate ability to empathize and the human race will self-correct.

    You can actually see a bit of an example amongst chimpanzees and bonobos.
    Bonobos are like chimpanzees with the psychopathy/sociopathy removed.

    Instead of being inflicters of some of the most horrendous pain & suffering imaginable, humans could actually become the saints of this planet; working to end pain & suffering for all beings without causing it.

    • Duck says:

      Bonobos get murdered when real chimps show up….
      The issue is that people have become weak minded and unable to stop the psychopaths over running them

      • Two separate issues.
        You’re talking about dealing with the psychopaths that already exist. That’s a very real problem, and one that we frequently talk about here, but not what I’m talking about at the moment.

        I’m talking about ‘visions of the future’.
        ie, what sort of world or society I’d like to live in.

        I’m saying that my ‘vision of the future’ will come about on its own if we find a cure for psychopathy and the associated sociopathy upbringing chain, so that all humans (not just some humans) retain their innate ability to empathize throughout their life.

        • Duck says:

          The issue I was trying to highlight is that you cant cure psychopathy. It exists in our species for a reason, just like aggression.

          If you magically made everyone empathetic it would cause other issues… and when, not if, the system failed and a psychopath got thru the screening they would be like a bunny in Australia

          Too much empathy is a sickness just like too little is.

          • bob387 says:

            Duck is right.
            Who do you call when The Roman Army comes to your neighbourhood? Or the British Empire? Or the Dutch East India Company? Or the Jesuits? etc.
            You want some Ruthless Bastards of your own.

  16. Thanks for another great episode!-) <3 You might enjoy this some LoLs…
    Greta now says spreading "panic" was just a metaphor, and there was "no scientific study that made me come to that conclusion."

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      9 minute video – “Panic” covered in beginning
      GOP Lawmaker Grills Greta Thunberg On “Panic” Rhetoric, China And India Emissions

      Thanks for the link, wikiworldorder.

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett says:
    ”…What should the future look like?…
    …What can we do to create a vision of the future that we want to bring into existence?
    What is that vision?…
    …it is something that we all need to start thinking about…
    …That is why I am going to leave that as a bit of a homework assignment for the listeners of this podcast….”

    QUEUED VIDEO – 54:21

  18. Matt says:

    Hi James, I don’t know if you read these, but you mentioned how China is planning to go vegan… a part of this is also going to be lab grown meat. You should check out the Good Food Institute. They’re promoting both vegan and lab grown meat as food alternatives that can end factory farming. They’re full of crap when it comes to cultured meats though because there’s no way to culture the vast number of cells needed to produce enough meat to feed the world without using animal serum (the liquid part of blood routinely used in cell culture) and antibiotics. Their website is here: https://gfi.org/

  19. Duck says:

    After the great MindQuakes of the 21st Century humanity awoke to the terrible danger a ‘Culture of Narcissism’ had created. ‘The Dumbest Generation’ were totally ‘Distracted’ by the endless dopamine hits created by the internet, sickened by poor food and lack of exercise they were unable to do any ‘Deep Work’ to find a way for “industrial society and its future’

    Its true that the majority had suffered ‘irreversible damage’ from the ‘transgender Industrial Complex’and their mental health led to suicide or early death from ill health… other suffered under the ‘Libido Dominandi’ of their tech overlords who gave people little choice but to conform if one wished to access the riches of the new age… luckily a minority were able to divest themselves from the ‘Degenerate Moderns’ and their “Esoteric Hollywood’ culture. These few were able to avoid “computers and automation” refusing to swallow the ‘silicon snake oil’ of the TransHumanists .

    Their “Notes From The Internet Apocalypse’ are still read today, as they avoided the ‘Chaos’ that ‘The Innovators’ had created. Keeping their children free from schools “Operation Mind Control” was hard, almost impossible unless they gathered in small groups around a common idea- usually a spiritual one.

    The bottle neck was not easy to get thru, especially after ‘The Tipping Point’ had been reached and the die off began in earnest. Being near a big city was a very bad, mainly because people deprived of their psychiatric meds or dopamine hits became insane, aside from the carefully stoked racial violence that excused tighter policing.

    Now it could have been that these few normal humans were ‘Born to Run’ into the wilderness and eke out a living. Luckily a few placed communities were not swamped by the mass insanity, from these grew a society where hand held computer devices were utterly banned and anyone promoting harmful ideas was utterly shunned and cast out. This treatment of dissidents was criticized by many fellow citizens since it limited ‘The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit’ in its efforts to heal the world but communities that did this managed to retain their integrity.

    While the ‘Illiberal Reformers’ clamped down harder and harder a counter culture grew up outside of their system rejecting “A history of central banking’ they bought and borrowed nothing from the old system that thrashed about as its life blood of purple haired weirdos killed it slowly from septicemia. True those times were fraught with risks and legal battles but the system itself was growing weaker as it raced to replace its minions with machines, racing against its own ‘Collapse’ as average IQ plummeted.

    And now we are thru those times… an imperfect world to be sure, but at least we are human and at least we have our own functioning economy that exists outside of Towers where the tech overlords rule an almost deserted empire.

    They, the bored hipster class, trade tools for our handicrafts but who knows what the ‘coming war with japan’ may bring?

    Read Your Bible

    • Duck says:

      My vision of the future posted above…. it may not be the best but it may be the best we can hope fot

    • bob387 says:

      “and anyone promoting harmful ideas was utterly shunned and cast out.”
      The irony.

      • Duck says:

        True… it is ironic that people who want to live a healthy life free from the ideas and behaviors that have caused a massive increase in mental illness, depression, and bad health need to leave the society that enforces it upon its members… that such people must then reject people who would be happier inside the main, doomed culture, is I guess also ironic.
        I guess oil and water cant exist in emulsion very well

        • bob387 says:

          “Read your Bible” and “harmful ideas”
          I have always viewed Christianity as supportive of monarchy. Render unto Caesar and all that. It is a logical position, since God is King. To fashion earthly kingdoms based on the heavenly Kingdom comprises most of Western History.
          Do you think there a legitimate place for this Biblical idea in a future based on freedom?

          • Duck says:


            “..Do you think there a legitimate place for this Biblical idea in a future based on freedom?..”

            I will go farther and say that unless people believe that their rights come from a supernatural source, and unless they believe that a creator has given all humans an innate value then there is zero hope for any freedom in the future.

            If people are just an animal meat sack then WHY would anyone NOT just treat them as a commodity or as machine part if able to do so?

            “..I have always viewed Christianity as supportive of monarchy…”

            Not 100% but you have a point..A limited monarchy would be far better then a democracy that recognized no limits to what it could do to its members if 51% voted it…. and as to ‘freedom’ you need to define what that is.

            If the law stops you using drugs are you a slave to the law? But if the law lets you become addicted to a drug only I can sell you would you be my slave?
            What do you define as freedom? Can you have it without morality and self control?

            You know I’m a little sad that no one appears to have seen the joke I put in my vision of the future either 🙁

            • bob387 says:

              Re: the ‘invisible’ joke. I expect to wake up tomorrow laughing. That’s usually how it works with me. Ok. Give me a hint. 🙂
              Re: Define freedom? Yeah… Before I wrote my last post, I thought to myself that maybe freedom can’t exist. “Man is born free, but is everywhere in chains.” (Rousseau.) Two big ‘chains’ are DNA and our environment, which means we aren’t even born free. And yes, it is so cool that his use of the word ‘chains’ can be considered literally today.
              Anyway, I will attempt to describe what freedom is, provisionally. Freedom is a condition of unrestricted thought and action, bounded only by compassion. Compassion is non-interference with the freedom of others unless requested or consented to.

              • bob387 says:

                Re: invisible joke? The coming war with Japan…
                Japan’s handicrafts vs our handicrafts? I’m old enough to remember that there was a time when everything was “Made in Japan”. 🙂

              • Duck says:

                The joke is its a suggested reading list of books off my shelf… Bible means litrally BOOK so… while you should read it that was kinda a clue. 2 glasses of wine and I think I’m Bacon writing Shakespeare, lol.

                On who wears chains… I would be careful of reading too much into the ideas of a man who writes tenderly about children while dumping the brats he sires on his dumpster wench into an orphanage where their future was probably dire.


                If you dislike the culture of technocratic control you should look at its real founding fathers and the Illuminist “enlightenment’ ideas.

                “…Freedom is a condition of unrestricted thought and action, …”

                That is a fantasy… the fantasy that you can be free of your body is transhumanism, the fantasy that you can be free of responsibility is Rousseau dumping his kids (who might , after all, chain him down 😉 ) The fantasy that you can be free of morality is De Sade

                You can only think as you are able, educated, and sober enough too (No wine today so trust me 🙂 )

                “…bounded only by compassion….”

                Look at the lives of the people who come up with these ideas and tell me how much compassion you see. They use ‘freedom’ as a cover for selfishness and misusing others

                Freedom can only exist in a person who is rational and can act rationally.

                You did not answer my earlier question about the drug addict and in which situation he a free or a slave…. extend that to today where we have people willingly addicted to the dopamine hits big tech gives them- are they free?
                They CHOOSE to subject themselves to that stuff… people will be BEGGING to get into the system

              • bob387 says:

                23 books by my count. An impressive shelf. Thank you for introducing me to 3D reading. 🙂

                My definition of freedom: Freedom is a condition of unrestricted thought and action, bounded only by compassion. Compassion is non-interference with the freedom of others unless it is requested, or consented to.

                The 1st part of my definition is as broad as I could make it, thinking it would be a good place to start.
                As far as transhumanism goes, we should be free to explore that route. What I object to is forcing people into it. Compassion could include the case of children and other vulnerable people requiring, in some instances, support, and in other instances, protection. As an example, a child advocate could argue that without support, the child’s freedom to thrive is in jeopardy. So it would place responsibility on deadbeat fathers. Similarly, non-interference works with establishing an age of consent, preventing adults from preying on children. As far as adult consensual intimacy goes, consent prevents interference and is a legitimate expression of freedom.
                Discrediting the source of an idea (ie: Rousseau, DeSade) has no persuasive value for me. We are all sinners, right? Ideas are valuable. I don’t care where they come from. I understand that ideas can lead to dangerous behaviour. But suppressing ideas also leads to dangerous behaviour.
                Your point: “Freedom can only exist in a person who is rational and can act rationally.” Daniel Kahneman got a Nobel Prize for destroying the assumption in economics that humans are rational. What can I say. He has convincing data on this. Humans aren’t rational. I take the position that freedom is available to everyone regardless of their degree of rationality (keeping in mind that protection and support is required as a basis of freedom for children and vulnerable people). The class of vulnerable people could be quite large.
                Your question: “If the law stops you from using drugs are you a slave to the law?” Under my definition, such a law could only be justified if it was necessary to prevent interference with the freedoms of others. If so, such a law would be a legitimate limitation of my freedom. If my activity was victimless, the law should not intrude.
                Your question: “But if the law lets you become addicted to a drug only I can sell you would you be my slave?” Any enslavement I might experience would be on me. Unless you were aware and did not inform me it was addictive.
                Your question: “Can you have it (freedom) without morality and self-control?” Moral sense or degree of self-control varies with the individual, but is not required in order to understand my definition of freedom. What constitutes “interference in the freedom of others” in any given situation is going to depend on the culture’s conflict resolution tools so that agreed-on boundaries can be derived. But my definition would be the foundation of such resolutions.
                Your comment about dopamine hits and the imbalance of persuasive control over people by drugs or tech is a really astute observation in my opinion. I think it could be argued (on my definition) that the freedom of institutions to unduly manipulate interferes with the freedoms of others and should thereby be limited. I think a defence to this could be complete transparency.
                Thank you for challenging me. It was an interesting learning experience. I actually had a new idea (for me) today. Thanks.

  20. renee.a says:

    Podcast just gets better and better . James Corbett forever ! Lol
    Good work man

  21. Ethan Hunter says:

    Wonderful presentation, a nice outline of possible future events.

    One that comes to mind is one of the milestones seldom talked about, and that is the year 2050.

    As Rosa Koire has brought out about Agenda 21…2030, 2040, and 2050 are mere milestones for the completion of “the agenda for the 21st century.”

    The America 2050 project basically foretells the cramming of the US population into Mega-regions or Megalopolises while the rest of the country is “re-wilded”.

    A discussion of this can be found here:


  22. David William Pear says:

    O.K. so we can’t sue Big Pharma, etc. How can we the people mount a mass campaign of legal action against companies, schools, organizations and public venues that practice vaxxine (sic) apartheid? …… i.e. restricting publicly available service and products (e.g. commercial flights, sporting events, shopping, schools, restaurants, etc.) to only people who have participated in a human medical experiment? Covid vaxxines (sic), face masks and PCR tests are experimental. Apartheid practices are a violation of civil and human rights, protected under U.S. and international law, and a crime against humanity. How can we drag every corporation, organization and company into a court of law.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I don’t think this is feasible unless you have a lot of money. Large corporations can outlive us and tie things in the court for years. The best we can do is vote with our wallets and energy. Stop supporting these institutions and create alternatives and use those. I do think people need to sue the airlines though. Many people need to travel to see their families and such.

      There could be a class action lawsuit (s) where people pool their resources and attempt to litigate.

  23. Ethan Hunter says:

    I personally would like to live “off the grid” and away from the megaregions that I posted earlier.

    Heck, I might even want to become a “nomad capitalist” – which I would recommend that channel if you haven’t checked it out. He even renounced his U.S. Citizenship and now lives in various countries throughout the world with the philosophy taught by his father: “go where you are treated best”.

    Just like in any free market, we tend to go to restaurants, clubs, businesses where we are treated well and avoid the places where we are not treated well.

    I feel here in America we are increasingly not treated well…and as the Nomad Capitalist has discovered, there are a variety of countries to escape to where you have freer markets, less taxation, and less regulation. See https://www.bitchute.com/video/w6trFp6jvPGR/

    Of course, that all depends on when and if the worldwide control grid is put in place…yet, I see myself living “off grid” in a series of do it yourself homebuilding kits on a piece of land living off solar, wind, or other renewable sources, growing my own basic food and if Starlink is indeed in the atmosphere living and working with the Internet that is not connected to the Internet of Things…that is, the foretold Web 3.0

    May not be realistic…but I can fantasize right??

  24. TimmyTaes says:

    Hi James, You are wearing a button down shirt. Please button it down. Those of us with OCD are going nuts looking at you without your shirt collar buttoned down. The world will end however it will, but we must continue with style no matter what.
    Thanks always for your reports.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Strong disagree.

      I think the collar should only be buttoned down if a tie is worn. With no tie, buttoning down the collar looks too “tight.” James is going for a “dressed down,” more casual look. Pulling in the collar narrows the head-on silhouette. Doesn’t look right without a tie. Letting the collar spread out gives the wearer a more open, inviting appearance.

      With tie, different story. I would agree the collar needs to be buttoned, to keep the tie anchored.

      (Full disclosure, I’m a loose-knot guy. With a button-down shirt like James is wearing, with a tie, I would still unbutton the top button, and let the tie-knot float between the unbuttoned top button and the buttoned second button. Collar tips buttoned down.)

  25. Octium says:

    Envisioning the kind of future you want to see…

    Friend: Is that a genuine Bill Gates neck mount you have there above the fireplace?

    Me: Oh, no, off course not, there was such a rush to catch him in the end that I missed out, had to settle for a replica!

  26. laddy says:

    Since the “elitist” approach has always been about controlling the minds of the masses, the future must (imho) involve deeper studies into ones own mind. How it works, “what” it actually is, and how the functioning of the mind does create the reality people perceive.

    I am not talking about research into neurobiology, psychological studies or even high tech experiments into “consciousness”. I am talking about “self” exploration through a continuous and cohesive navigation of the mind, its quirks, emotional habits, formations and the consequences of all these patterns.

    Daoists call this “Turning the Light Around”. It is a lifelong practice that has no dogma because it literally is a process of direct-to-self observation. The only “middle man” would be a teacher him/herself well-versed in the practice to serve as a guide.

    What people categorize (often unconsciously) as “identity” is the driver for ones existence. Very few actually claim ownership over deeper levels of the mind that so quickly layers itself with more vestments of identity.

    There are so many, even in the “awake” circles that have traded one societally created “costume” for another. What would the “truth seekers” be doing if there weren’t a global cabal to call out at every turn? Surely, we weren’t born just to combat this parasitic societal program? Isn’t there something more beneficial to bring into the world?

    I wonder often if more and more of humanity would just simply not listen to anything that is offered from the propagandizing “elite”. To simply no longer give them any attention. It is the fear they stimulate in the minds of the masses that siphons off precious energy in the form of constantly watching them for their “next move”.

    Taking it to a personal level, I’d say the conscious mind propagandizes itself more than any totalitarian regime ever could. To me, this is the real uncharted frontier.

    • nosoapradio says:

      “I’d say the conscious mind propagandizes itself more than any totalitarian regime ever could”

      Sounds good to me!

      At any rate we can create much more harmonious relationships with conspiracy-allergic people by offering them positive energy and an ear

      than we would playing the fear game which only seems to engender more fear, anger, distrust and conflict.

      But self-knowledge is not only a guide, it is inspiration.

      Thanks for your post!

  27. spider says:

    THE COMING CURRENCY RESET with Webb and Fitts


    Two giants of information!

  28. artlar says:

    Also, a must read is:

    Future Strategic Issues/Future Warfare [Circa 2025] by Dennis Bushnell, Chief Scientist, NASA Langley Research Center.

    >> https://www.metabunk.org/attachments/future-strategic-issues-and-warfare-pdf.3295/ <>

    Jason Bermas has explored this in a recent podcast:

    >> https://rokfin.com/stream/5033/Transhumanism-And-Population-Control-From-The-Horses-Mouth <<

    https://rokfin.com/stream/5033/Transhumanism-And-Population-Control-From-The-Horses-Mouth <<

    • artlar says:

      Note that the release date of the 113 page Future Warfare document was July 2001.

      In the podcast, Jason Bermas shows video clips from a 2011 Dennis Bushnell talk based on the document.

  29. lizzie says:

    I just watched this clip of ex-police officer Brandon Tatum on the Chauvin case absolutely telling it how it is. Amazing, he calls Biden an idiot. Yes!!!!

    • Jeff says:

      Was quite refreshing hearing this person go on about ‘systemic racism’ in this (u.s.) country. This is an argument that is so hard to make to people here, the liars and their agendas are very strongly rooted in the minds and hearts of the folks here. Thanks for sharing this link.

  30. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett says:
    ”…What should the future look like?”…

    I’m sure that every person has their own ideas of what they would like to see.

    A big aspect for me in my vision of the future is a network of free communication, interactions, and exchange of ideas and information, both in person directly or at distances, with the freedoms to travel…
    …tied into the ability to freely exchange products, services and symbols of value without impediment.

    The qualities of pleasurable lifestyle, prosperity and abundance would be important.
    After all, who wants to have a miserable, inhibited, strained and stressful future.

    My grandchildren’s children should inherit this.

    Personally, I like having toilet paper, indoor running water, air conditioning and a varied diet of my choosing (which doesn’t include bugs). I enjoy certain comforts and conveniences.

    Non-voluntary Authoritarian rules and regulations are not part of my future vision.
    As Cool Hand Luke says: “…Inside, outside, all in, rules and regulations and bosses…” it gets “things fixed so ‘one’ can’t never win out.”
    158 minute mark

    • nosoapradio says:

      Oh hey! I thought of you the other day HRS, when strolling around my new Spanish town of adoption I saw a clinique that specializes in… Ozone therapy! I remember having looked once, out of curiosity, when I was still in France, if there were any such service in the vicinity and the closest, in fact I think the only, ozone clinique I’d seen was in Switzerland. So I was pretty surprised when I saw that. Good to know. Anyhow, you made me think of that with your ‘perfect future’ description.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Oh!… that is so cool.
        To be honest, occasionally, I too think of your past stories or posts when I get an associated thought or recollection.
        We sure learn a lot as we travel our journeys and note them on Corbett Report.

  31. zyxzevn says:

    How the Covid propaganda works

    First spread endless fear. Make fear a political issue. Blame political opponents. Censor everything because of crisis. Present obedience as a way to get out of the crisis. Was prepared for a long time. They just needed a trigger crisis.
    The censorship is the great revealer of the oppressors. Because you really can not stop a health crisis by censoring doctors and experts. The plan makers are controlling the censors behind the curtains.
    (my post on Telegram)

    It’s about to get worse (for them? we decide) – David Icke
    The Cult does not like surprises, and can only delay us with censoship.

    Protest in London 25 april 2021
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7Jg6koGE-g (still up)

  32. bladtheimpaler says:

    a few quick observations to this video:
    future echo chambers, as with present ones, will allow censorship of particular opinion to be very easily accomplished

    UN SDG: the majority of these goals actually deal with poverty management

    Not only an IoT but a completely connected Borg like IoB(odies) with injectable or other means of administering nano tech.

    A future female named “Vee”…LOL was her mate’s name ‘Dick, Willie or Tom”…I can’t remember

    These future predictions are not ‘coming’ they are currently being implemented and scaled up as we all read here as anyone familiar with Alison McDowel’s deep research, naming names and there connectivity and commentary knows.

    If we are to build a better human experience we have to start with the kids and give them a proper education that produces mature adults able to think on their feet. Start with the kids….the ‘cap’ does.

  33. allister says:

    The best laid schemes of mice and men
    Go often askew, – Burns

  34. wylie1 says:

    Referring to robots… Tools can be used for good or evil. If I can recall the movie, someone reprogrammed The Terminator as a protector. Seems like a good idea regarding various robots. That or a bit of instant metal expanding or melting chem delivered via mini drone.

    The war is and has been on before the death jabs became the norm. It seems a few too many expect their enemy to tell them to their face they are the enemy but instead listen to their enemy like they are their friend. Wakey wakey normie.

  35. jay.s says:

    My IT company has been WFH since 2016. We experienced incredible growth from the scamdemic with all users needing WFH.

    My company doubled and I am heading back to an office environment. It is obvious to me that without face to face interaction staff are not nearly as connected. While I promote a flexible work environment and provide choice to staff, its obvious staff have much better mental health when they are around their peers.

    It clearly helps that all my workers get a long and game/hangout when applicable outside of work.

    From my perspective I will reject and resist the ‘post covid’ way to live for as long as I am able. I’m becoming increasingly frustrated with my chosen field as big tech is coming from all angles and I think there will be a hostile takeover coming where small scale MSP’s will be wiped out and MS/APPLE/GOOGLE providing service directly. Even the tech sector isn’t safe in a post scamdemic world.

  36. nosoapradio says:

    An excellent video from the Academy of Ideas on Mass Hysteria and Totalitarianism that recaps much of what has been said on these boards and my their site master:


    These Boschian horrors are not Visions of the Future

    but of the present obviously.

  37. HEDGE110 says:

    James Corbett says:
    ”…What should the future look like?”…

    – My Church goes back to being separate from the ‘State’ and it’s ‘social’ tyranny measures. (by the way I have read a few comments in the thread that are less accommodating of churches. However, I can say that in the case of my family it is helpful to raise children in a Church community whilst supplementing the teaching with your own world view).

    – I would like less ‘tentacles’ around my private information and data. This future I can create to some extent through actively disengaging with the technocratic tools of trade.

    – ‘Flu-anxiety’ to be added to the DSM as a mental disorder that most of the world has acquired (the real epidemic).

    – I would like a backwards orientated ‘GREAT RESET’ the takes us to 1999 (i.e. peak of civilisation).

    – Finally, it would be great if everyone woke up and had the courage to say enough is enough (this point may be a little Utopian).

    • Alchemist says:

      Yes, take me back to 1999! 2001 was an obvious turning point, but the more subtle catastrophe happened in 2007 when we got our iPhones.

      Good point about supplementing what you learn in church. Flaws about church aside, I think taking the time each week to think about spirituality / morality and surrounding yourself with a community that does the same has great benefits.

  38. Control Savvy says:

    Predicted or Planned?— I understand the need to envision a better Future, but right now I am focused on the Present that was planned for me and every other human on the planet–and trying to catch up. I have been researching PCR tests since I discovered that they are the linchpin without which the whole plandemic construct will come tumbling down (hopefully). I will share some of the links and why I think they are interesting.

    1. “Covid-19 and China: A Chronology of Events (December 2019 – January 2020)” https://crsreports.congress.gov/product/pdf/r/r46354

    This is an early chronology of the plandemic. I learned that BGI Genomics sequenced SARS-COV-2 in three days and then didn’t tell anybody what they had done.

    2. “Diagnostic detection of 2019-nCoV by real-time RT-PCR” https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/protocol-v2-1.pdf?sfvrsn=a9ef618c_2

    This paper is dated January 17, 2020. It gives instructions on how to correctly use the Droston PCR test to diagnose COVID-19 (not yet named). The date means that the test was ready only 6 days after the Chinese published the sequenced genome.

    3. “Review Report Corman-Droston et.al. Eurosurveillance 2020 : External peer review of the RTPCR test to detect SARS-CoV-2 reveals 10 major scientific flaws at the molecular and methodological level: consequences for false positive results”.

    I have had a hard time understanding most of what is written here. The easiest part to understand is that a cycle threshold of 30 or more is unreliable. Also the test is not based on an analysis of an actual biological specimen, but rather pieced together on top of the genome of SARS-CoV-1. There are links to WHO that come up empty. It would seem that this is the test that WHO recommended and that was used to establish the fact that the virus was spreading quickly world-wide.

    4. “Gary Null May 1996 interview of Kary Mullis: FULL” https://odysee.com/@Johnny_Cirucci:4/Null-Mullis-interview-May-1996-FULL:5

    Kary Mullis invented the PCR technique. I had seen some short snippets, but never the whole interview. It is two hours long, but well worth the time. I highly recommend it. I fell in like with Kary Mullis after watching it. If he had been alive during 2020 he wouldn’t have let them get away with what they did with PCR. He died August 7, 2019.
    I have more, but that’s enough for now.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Thanks for the Mullis interview.

      A brilliant man, and his views are uncannily pertinent. A lot of the time, talking about the HIV/AIDS myth, he might as well be talking about Covidism. His insights are profoundly applicable. The bit, near the end, where he describes his conversations with his mother are beyond relatable.

      “The whole scientific community is wrong. The whole medical system is wrong. All the governments, and television commentators are wrong…and I’m right.”

      “But you couldn’t possibly be right! They wouldn’t do that! It can’t be that way!”

      It’s like he, and Duesberg whom he also discusses, were the original Covid heretics: pioneers in intellectual isolation.

      He also pretty much makes your point about PCR being the lynchpin when he talks about how they had to use the antibody tests to prove people had AIDS, even though anti-bodies should prove you’re IMMUNE, because “PCR wasn’t there yet when they started, so they were stuck with the antibody test.”

  39. flammable says:

    I hope in the future people pay attention to the narratives or at least write them down. The problem we faced is not that people followed the narrative, the problem is the narrative kept changing drastically and people changed along with it.

    The 2020 pandemic declaration was based on policy to assist overwhelmed healthcare systems like every other pandemic and epidemic declaration before it. Officials reported the discovery of asymptomatic spread happening this entire time. That means there was possibly millions of undetected infections in each country which would lead to millions entering the hospitals all at once.
    So a lockdown for 2 weeks was introduced to slow the amount of hospitalizations.

    After those 2 weeks the narrative changed to lowering cases. Suddenly the focus was on cases and it was destined to continue. Pandemic declarations meant spread cannot be stopped so the focus was on hospitals, yet the new policy continued lockdowns based on cases we knew would grow. It would grow bacause a pandemic was originally announced over widespread infections yet to be detected. The World Health Organization admitted the policy changed due to political pressure from many countries demanding it.

    If people paid attention to the first narrative we would not be in such a mess. Why would anyone support slowing the spread after a pandemic declaration which is a plan designed to deal with already widespread infections. It is because no one paid attention. That is why governments completely scrapped the possible millions of undetected infections narrative and restarted with a few thousand PCR cases we need to slow down.

  40. TruthSeeker says:

    Former Pfizer V.P. Yeadon Speaks Out (see Link Below)


    Here are some highlights in the above Link:

    Yeadon concludes that there is something flagrantly diabolical about their denial. He thinks they are lying in order to dupe more people into getting injected with a substance that will either render them infertile, cause them great bodily harm or kill them outright. Take your pick. Here’s more:16

    “The eugenicists have got hold of the levers of power and this is a really artful way of getting you to line-up and receive some unspecified thing that will damage you. I have no idea what it will actually be, but it won’t be a vaccine because you don’t need one. And it won’t kill you on the end of the needle because you would spot that.

    It could be something that will produce normal pathology, it will be at various times between vaccination and the event, it will be plausibly deniable because there will be something else going on in the world at that time, in the context of which your demise, or that of your children will look normal.

    That’s what I would do if I wanted to get rid of 90 or 95% of the world’s population. And I think that’s what they’re doing.”

    Andrew Gavin Marshall at Global Research, presciently noted that:19

    “Eugenics is about the social organization and control of humanity … (particularly) population control …

    Francis Galton later coined the term “eugenics” to describe this emerging field. His followers believed that the ‘genetically unfit’ ‘would have to be wiped away,’ using tactics such as ‘segregation, deportation, castration, marriage prohibition, compulsory sterilization, passive euthanasia — and ultimately extermination’ …

    Sir Julian Huxley was also a life trustee of the British Eugenics Society from 1925, and its President from 1959-62 … ‘Huxley believed that eugenics would one day be seen as the way forward for the human race,’ and that, ‘A catastrophic event may be needed for evolution to move at an accelerated pace’ … It is much the same with ideas whose time has not yet come; they must survive periods when they are not generally welcome.

    Huxley saw the emergence of a world in which humanity, still a wild animal, is domesticated; where only the elite remain wild and have freedom to make decisions, while the masses are domesticated like pets.

    Huxley opined that, ‘Men and women will grow up to love their servitude and will never dream of revolution. There seems to be no good reason why a thoroughly scientific dictatorship should ever be overthrown.’”

  41. Tina says:

    More awesome work, James! Thank you. Someone recently said to me that the information (truth) is out there, but people just don’t do the research. The question is: WHY do the elite put their plan out there? It’s SORT OF secret as it’s not reported on mainstream media, but it’s not kept totally secret at all and people (like James and other independent journalists) who do do the research can easily find the information. So what would be the (psychological/social) reasons that they intentionally make bits and pieces of their plans public? I heard the term “priming” once (I think Whitney Webb mentioned this). Not that I want to get into the sick, socipathic heads of our rulers, but I am curious about exactly what the rational is for not keeping their agenda totally secret, but at the same time, not making it totally known to the masses.

    • Tina says:

      Oh, haha! I just finished the video: predictive programming. There you have it!

      • nosoapradio says:

        Yours was the first comment I saw this morning Tina when I fell out of bed and my hazy retort was “Because it works”.

        People perhaps intuitively (and in a shallow manner) reason “if something’s not hidden, then … there’s nothing to hide…n’est-ce pas?”

        if it’s not hidden, it’s not reprehensible.

        It’s not “secret” so “nothing to see here folks, move along, move along”.

        Hiding in plain sight just works because people end up hiding the info for themselves. The best kind of censorship; self-censorship from cognitive bias.

        And in the case of Predictive Programming which is the active revelation of and priming for a given future, the opposite of hiding info, more than simply “not hiding” info, people take it as “a dystopic warning” but just become desensitized to the idea.

        …actually I forgot what I meant to say about Predictive programming…maybe come back to me…

        Makes me wanna go watch that legendary B-movie again: They Live…

    • cu.h.j says:

      Because it’s easier to put it out there. Or because they like rubbing it in our face (the people that actually think with their own mind) and they enjoy that. Or they can’t hide it. Also it could be predictive programming/trial balloons of sort. Good question!!

      It would be interesting to hear JC’s answer “why to they put their evil deeds out in the open?”

      • Fact Checker says:

        Revelation of the Method.

        They are proud of Their achievements, and gleefully publicize them.

        They demoralize the sighted by demonstrating Their effortless power.

        They outsource narrative-engineering and anticipatory problem-solving to low-level storytellers (authors, screenwriters) to refine Their plans.

        They displace responsibility for Their actions onto Their targets, by disclosing Their intentions in the open in advance. (The demonic version of the legal concepts of Consent and “Assumption of the Risk”.)

        They prime the Herd for what is to come, in order to predictively program the desired responses. (The Herd is imprinted with a template for how to react to a planned event. Otherwise, the Herd might stampede unpredictably.)

        They use “trial balloons” (as James calls them, and you point out) to gauge public reaction to planned events.

        They blur the lines between audio-visual (or literary) fantasy and reality until the Herd cannot differentiate.

        Need i go on?

    • mkey says:

      They do it to hedge against the golden rule. The way it’s done, nobody can really say that they didn’t know or thar their arm was particularly twisted and yet they went along.

  42. Alchemist says:

    What should the future look like?
    I like this question and think it’s important to clearly define goals. They’ve made their goals clear, so we should do the same.
    Let’s start with the basic principles: 1) self-ownership 2) non-aggression 3) respect for all living things.

    This is a far stretch from where we are now, but anyway here’s my utopian vision:

    * Everyone has a homestead and families are mostly self-sufficient. Human interaction is purely for enjoyment and creating beautiful things.
    * Neighborhoods are walkable with many community areas to gather and connect.
    * Permaculture and biodynamic farming are widely adopted. No more one-crop farms, chemical pesticides, or GMOs.
    * Personalized education (“homeschool”) is the norm. Out with the useless Prussian model! Waldorf, unschool, world school, and Sudbury models of education are most commonly used with emphasis on the practical arts and connection (to each other and our living environment)
    * Homeopathic medicine is the go-to.
    * Governments serve areas the size of neighborhoods. Residents and leaders must be able to have regular face-to-face communication. Lobbyists stay out of campaigns.
    * No (or very limited) international trade; which diminishes unique aspects and cultural flavor of nations / communities.
    * No public stock market. The stock market killed the free market.
    * No Fed.
    * No strip malls, Hollywood, Silicon Valley, or housing developments built post 1970s
    * No smart phones, corporate media, TV or internet.
    * No zoom. Definitely no zoom.
    * No cars or motorized vehicles of any kind. Kidding. (Not kidding;)

    This is a voluntary world where we coexist harmoniously with nature. We work hard and in ways that bring joy. We encourage unique voices to come forward and celebrate each other for our differences, because that’s what makes life interesting. 🙂

    • mkey says:

      Can it be that you dare not imagine a governmentless world even in a hypothetical scenario?

      • Alchemist says:

        I knew that would be the first thing to get criticism here;) unlike most voluntarists, I am not against all forms of government. We have natural leaders & natural followers. You even see that in the animal kingdom. Without formal elections, some sort of heirarchy would happen organically and we’d fall into our natural roles. Heirarchy isnt necessarily bad. As long as rules are minimal and opt-outs are both legally & socially acceptable, I’m good with small scale government.

        “Tribe” by Sebastian Junger is a book worth reading. The author is struck by a curious bit of early American history: Natives who were captured by white men returned to tribal life when given the opportunity, but white men captured by natives did not wish to return to civilization. I have a lot to learn about tribal culture, but we know Native Americans had hierarchies with chiefs and respected elders and those positions were earned when tribes witnessed their good deeds. To me, this sounds like a good system.

  43. Alchemist says:

    “Essays and New Atlantis” by Francis Bacon is an interesting read; esp given his role in history. New Atlantis starts with God, then the focus shifts to science. It’s an unfinished work, so we’ll never know how he planned to wrap it up, but I wonder if he foresaw [twisted] science being held up so high that it would actually replace God in modern society.

    So I’ll expand on the original question and ask: once a “perfect” state of being is achieved, how do you detect the moment when a wrong turn is made and get society back on course? Is utopia (as we think of it) possible to maintain, and would we want to, or is imperfection what makes it perfect—the endless cycle of rise, fall, rise, fall; which feeds our insatiable hunger for more and better and gives us opportunities to create. Maybe all this drama is a gift to keep us engaged with the human experience. I have no idea… I blame wine for this silliness (I haven’t had any, but that’s beside the point). Why did Eve want to pick the fruit when she was already living in paradise?

    • bob387 says:

      Re: Eve.
      It wasn’t her fault. She got a bum rap.
      What really happened is… Adam was sweet on Eve, so he looked around for a gift. Don’t forget, this wasn’t going to be just any old date. This was going to be the very first date. So what do you get? Something she can get herself? Nope. Something that will impress. So he nicks the apple. She takes a bite and the jig’s up. Caught red-handed, so to speak. Accused of the very first theft. So what does she do? She takes the fall for Adam. And he lets her. Typical. And you remember the part where, with their innocence gone, they had to starting wearing clothes? Well, what really happened… he gave her his pants. And she’s worn them ever since.

    • Duck says:

      “.. Is utopia (as we think of it) possible to maintain,,”

      All human made ideas contain the seed of their own failure… so no.

  44. boon says:

    What future do I/we want? This is fundamental homework. What we want either inspired by what we don’t want, or just clarity from identifying what feels amazing.


    Human physiology is not technology, since (as far as we know) we didn’t make ourselves and we seem to have little understanding not only of how our bodies actually work but what the true potential of standard human physiology might be. But if bodies were technology, they would be the most advanced technology on the planet, along with the planetary body, the global life support system or wilderness.

    Extraordinary human physiology has been hinted at in ancient texts, and demonstrated today by folks like Wim Hof and Dr Alan Goldhamer.

    Not knowing / remembering what we are, perhaps even being misled about what we are, crude and exploitative technologies touted in the 21 century might seem marvelous, miraculous. What if free individuals and autonomous groups launched open source research initiatives into the innate power of standard issue human physiology? Would “modern” technologies then seem so appealing, could we ever imagine them to be crucial?


    One of the enabling practices of full humanity is happiness. It’s interesting to note that the American Constitution talks about the pursuit of happiness. Assuming the premise of this constitution is relevant, what exactly is happiness and why is the pursuit of happiness an inalienable right?


  45. bob387 says:

    Fact Checker,
    Thank you for fleshing out the emotional context of the story. You have a gift. 🙂 And I have a gift for you. A book called, Saharasia, by James DeMeo. “The 4000 BCE origins of child abuse, sex-repression, warfare and social violence in the deserts of the Old World.” (from the cover). The silver lining to this really depressing story of desert patriarchal unimaginable cruelty and its spread is that this was not always the case, suggesting that life can be, and was, good. Once upon a time.

    • Duck says:

      I took a look at that book and assuming the blerb “..Ancient humans were peaceful – modern violence is avoidable….” is a true reflection of content can assure you its utter BS in the mold of such stupid ideas as the “noble savage” and later cultural marxist double think.

      “..the suggestion is clear, that the modern problem of global terrorism also springs forth from basic Saharasian-warrior roots….”

      is obviously utter bunk when you consider such characters as the Aztec, african tribes and such folks as the Head hunters of Borneo (Who also often practiced child buggery as a rite of passage BTW) who have no contact with this region… and as for the talk of “sexual repression” it flat out smacks of Margret Mead and her deliberately crafted lies about native sexual liberation (crafted in response to her loose sexual morals conflicting with her society)

      Humans have been killing, robbing and raping each other for a long long time and the reason for that is because its NATURAL behavior that we can only over come with training.
      The Noble peaceful savage is a lie

  46. kvira says:

    I can’t help but think that our visions of the future is a kind of “mindless, inauthentic, ‘imbecile happiness'” (Huxley).
    A vacuous escapism from the fact that a few powerful poeple have most of the money and control of resources and are able to determine the playing field of any future society.
    How we may pursue of lives in the future is already largely determined by the existing organizational structure for decision-making power.
    The only plausible outcome where we are free to pursue a life of whatever we want is an exclave or an enclave.
    How do we broker such a place? Or have the 2030 visionaries already foreseen this?

    • Duck says:

      You are right that “…few powerful poeple have most of the money and control of resources..”
      This has always been true, and (in any system that gets beyond abject universal poverty) WILL always be true.

      The difference today is that a couple of thousand years ago while you might get murdered and your sheep stolen you had more control over your life then today when your life depends on thousands of people you dont know operating tech systems you dont understand.
      People feel powerless and disconnected because of that and other social changes

      But this state of inequality DOES NOT always lead to “… and are able to determine the playing field of any future society…” The people who are shaping society NOW mostly started off as small powerless outsiders. The people who WANT the future and have the Will to make it will do so.

      “..Or have the 2030 visionaries already foreseen this?…”
      They forsee lazy, loss adverse masses doing not much…. but I really think that the driving intelligence behind this is a spiritual one

  47. clv says:



    When one adopts the point of view of a chess player, conceiving possible futures is only possible in the medium term. The most urgent thing would be to become aware of, understand and prevent the last move that would put Humanity in a state of checkmate.

    The ideal coup de grace would be like the current pandemic, a problem-reaction-solution[^i^], delivered on the twentieth anniversary of September 11[^ii^] in the form of bio terrorist attacks on different points of the globe[^iii^].. a SongBird disaster scenario![^iv^]

    Just as Bill Gates warned in 2015 that “if something [were to] kill more than 10 millions people in the next few decades, it [would] probably be a highly contagious virus rather than a war. »[^v^], he also announced this possibility two years later[^vi^].

    The diabolical beauty of this scenario is that the hundreds of millions of people[^vii^] would not die from the consequences of these bio terrorist attacks but from the cytokines storm caused by the vaccine[^viii^], and not directly. Distraught families would drive their family members to under-equipped hospitals[^ix^] where the doctors themselves are sick, the nurses sick[^x^].. Faced with this dramatic situation, Presidents would have to “do tough things […] because the circumstances [would] require it”.[^xi^] The government would declare the martial law[^xii^], [the army would be called upon in the coming months under false pretenses[^xiii^]] would establish camps to accommodate those who are ill[^xiv^] and allow their aided suicide[^xv^].

    This vision is the chess player’s one, meaning the individual who tries to understand his opponent’s tactics, to give a sense to the events before advancing his pieces. It is not the only one but one of the darkest.

    Links : https://paste.chapril.org/?a351b0467ddc484e#J1Pt7LuMq1NefyMRj7Ynu9u4anGLjz1F2PiZzdcxC1PC

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