G7 Tax Deal: From Global Tax to Global Government

06/13/202149 Comments

Imagine if you spent months planning an elaborate 50th birthday party for yourself—hiring performers, decorating your place and inviting everyone you know—and when the big day finally arrived . . . no one bothered to show up. Embarrassing, right?

Well, that's essentially what happened to the European Union in 2007 when they threw themselves a 50th Anniversary Extravaganza. Reports at the time talked of EU-sponsored "citizen parties," street festivals and public celebrations that were largely ignored by the public. About the only thing that Europeans can ever agree on is their differences, and even after 50 years of conditioning it seemed few outside of Brussels were stirred by the EU flag or the thought of half a century of political union.

Perhaps that's because 2007 did not really mark the 50th anniversary of the EU or 50 years of political union at all. No, 2007 was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome, a 1957 compact to form a common market and customs union between six European nations. It is doubtful that many people beyond the handful of Bilderbergers and globalists who signed the treaty could have imagined that it would result in a grandiose anniversary celebration for the European Union 50 years hence.

(FUN FACT: The "Treaty of Rome" that was signed on March 25, 1957, was literally a blank document because "[t]he Italian state printer had not met the deadline.")

It makes you wonder: Is there any seemingly innocuous event taking place in the world today that, 50 years from now, may be commemorated as the moment that some monstrous globalist institution was born?

SPOILER: Yes. Yes, there is such an event happening right now. Find out more in this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber.

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Getting the real scoop, the real STORY…

    James lays it out in “G7 Tax Deal: From Global Tax to Global Government”.

    “…But here’s what this story is really about.
    It’s another brick in the wall of the global governmental structure that is slowly being slotted into place…
    …globalist efforts to end bank secrecy around the world in order to ensure that no one can ever financially escape the all-seeing eye of Sauron.….

    “…No, it’ll take years for the globalists to finally run that global tax football into the end zone.
    But therein lies the danger.
    This is a war of attrition being waged in stealth from behind a smokescreen of bureaucracy and legalese.
    And not one person in a thousand even knows it’s happening.”

    Last paragraph quote is from Corbett’s November 30, 2019 “The Global Government Is Preparing A Global Tax Regime”

  2. weilunion says:

    Yes, James this ‘deal’ is now the final result of the formal death of Bretton Woods. And it is all fueled by debt, fictitious capital.

    The taxes collected will go into the coffers of the repressive capitalist global order, and we will see the further collapse of the nation state, in terms of public commons which there is scarcely any left, which will hasten the rise of the new Clerical Nation State which will act, within corporate regions (made up of current nations) to further push free enterprise zones made up of sweat shops and a burgeoning informal economy. The new Nation States will handle the bookkeeping and supply chains for the global capitalist monopolies.

    Welcome to the new ‘public-private partnership’.

  3. mkey says:

    8,000 Pennies Putting things into perspective World Population vs C19 Deaths (CDC inflated numbers)

    Some people like visual cues. This video can be very handy.

  4. zyxzevn says:

    Does the global tax extend into space?
    Maybe we will have a community on the moon with just shell companies.

    • FlyingAxblade says:

      James should have a dog. My dog is 2600 years old, saved my life twice in 3 years.
      I think rottweilers are best dog ever!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I like your dog FlyingAxblade.
        Ya’ll share some great adventures together.

  5. Fact Checker says:

    So Policy Horizons Canada is clutching their pearls at the thought of “textual corruption,” “which in turn disrupts sense-making processes.” So many layers of mindfuckery that I just don’t even know where to begin.

    “Successful weaponization of corrupted literary classics could inspire copycats working in other digitally distributable media…” [Translation: if we get away with actually changing text of physical books, digital revisionism will be a cake-walk!]

    Sounds like classic drug-war motive-projection problem-reaction-solution: publicize some “danger” to justify the creation a system of “laws” prohibiting some practice, in order to corner the market on that practice.

  6. zyxzevn says:

    Interview with Dr Peter McCullough with Reiner Fuelmich

    Dr McCullough raises interesting points:
    1. We should mainly focus on convincing the public.
    By acting more professionally and with better science.
    And with short videos that are easier for the public.
    2. There is no access via the science media.
    The many many papers and evidence are just put aside.
    3. We should not fight over masks or over the existence or
    lab-source of the virus.
    These are minor topics for now, and do not win over the public.
    4. There are very good cures (HCQ/Ivermectin) that can end most
    of the disease instantly.
    5. The PCR test is a false-positive test (with cycles>24)
    and mainly gives fake results.
    6. The mRNA (or even DNA) vaccines are very dangerous.
    7. Bill Gates Foundation have hitmen-journalists that target opposition.

    The main questions
    The public and the doctors and the science community
    have been completely brainwashed.
    How is that possible?
    What psychological trick did they use to
    have so much power over even intelligent people?
    How can we break this psychological trick?

    • cu.h.j says:

      I think a lot of people know this is a bunch of bs but are afraid to speak up because they fear losing their career and social network. Some people genuinely believe everything they are told, but many people who know better are just going along hoping it stops, if they just wear a mask it will stop, if they just take the experimental injections it will stop, and so on.

      There are many people in the science and medical community who have spoken out and they are de-platformed and called “antivaxers” or “anti science” and people who do know better are worried they will get shunned and shamed. It’s the same psychological processes involved in why children take part in bullying, because they don’t want to be the target and want to fit in.

      We live in a world with a bunch of cowards and a large section of the population are morons too, dumbed down followers who live day to day, pay check to pay check.

      What they don’t realize is that freedom is at stake and it can only get worse if people keep playing along.

      • zyxzevn says:

        Name-calling has indeed become the main role of the news media.
        “Racist”, “Antisemitic”, “Conspiracy-theorist”, “Nazi”, etc.
        And the news media is controlled by just a few companies and people.
        The same for big tech.

        The same is going on with the science media, where name-calling
        has been used a lot as well.
        You either deliver the conclusion that the
        company that sponsors the research wants,
        or you are failed scientist who believes in conspiracies.

        But I find it still strange how people have blanked their
        memories and are just blindly following the propaganda.

        It makes clear that most of the people and scientists
        have become NPCs. “Mindless Robots” that can not think for
        themselves, but think whatever is told them to think.
        Note: They are not fully robots, and still
        have some mind of their own. But their thoughts and
        opinions are locked into a small corner where they can
        not get out of.

        So coming out of this crisis is not just a liberation out of
        the hostage taking by the technocracy.
        It is also a liberation of the minds of the people.

        So we have to find out how they became NPCs and
        reverse that process.

        • Fact Checker says:

          They were turned into NPCs with the same trauma-based mind-reprogramming that Pavlov discovered in dogs, as described by Aldous Huxley in Brave New World Revisited. Any animal, pushed to the breaking point through terror and sensory deprivation, can be programmed with beliefs and behaviors that are ineradicable. Soviet intelligence and the CIA’s MK-Ultra perfected this technique in humans. It was done on a mass scale with 9/11, where the apocalyptic images of the burning and crumbling towers hypnotized the people through their TerrorVision sets, searing the fearsome spectacle into their minds.

          Then, it was ramped up even further with the Scamdemic, where the humans were literally imprisoned by government lockdowns in their dwellings, and forced to stare only at the TerrorVision, like Alex in A Clockwork Orange, for months on end. By the end of that process, they were fully reprogrammed NPCs, acting only as conduits for the profane Signal that was beamed into their eyes by their tele-screens. This new programming is ineradicable. They have become devoted agents of the Machine, and there is no reversing the process. (Except, maybe, by kidnapping, torturing, and brainwashing them one by one to input yet another trauma-based program, but I don’t think anything constructive would come of that…)

      • mkey says:

        Hear, hear. I would say we live in the era of cowardice and hypocrisy. People are certainly idiots en masse as they don’t know themselves.

    • spider says:

      I remember many times in my life that a big lie was believed by the majority of people. Oswald killed Kennedy. North Vietnam attacked South Vietnam. Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. As Hitler explained, people are not willing to believe that the government would tell such a big lie.

      “The primitive simplicity of their minds renders them more easy victims of a big lie than a small one, because they themselves often tell little lies but would be ashamed to tell big ones. Such a form of lying would never enter their heads. They would never credit others with the possibility of such great impudence as the complete reversal of facts.”
      Adolph Hitler, Mein Kampf

      It seems that efforts to counter these lies were slow but eventually successful. The truth is our greatest weapon.

    • arbuckle says:

      How do you deal with village idiot when he comes around to tell you about flying saucers, or boogeymen under his bed, or whatever other fantasy….

      Perhaps you try to ignore him, or you humor him.. yes, yes you say… whatever. You certainly would be wasting your time trying to convince him of the error of his delusions using logic, facts, or observable science.

      Now, imagine that the the village idiot, with his delusional stories of robotic humans, brain implants (Trans-humanism) and eliminating dangerous ghouls (Eugenics), gave the mayor and the town council the idea of how they could hold onto power and even expand it. All they need to do is suggest the threats to the village are real and even arranging for things to happen (false flag events, fiddled tests and statistics etc.).

      Again you try to use your logic and reality argument, but now you are in the audience of a town council meeting, but alas, the butcher or the baker, puts you down, agreeing with the mayor because he needs his business license, or a new building permission for an extension to his shop..

      The mayor and council members got power for giving grand promises they couldn’t keep, they can hold on to even more power by lying and promoting further delusions.

      This is not about truth or reality, you left those behind years ago when you started accepting the first little lies and delusions offered by the mayor and his cronies, now he’s got the judge, the coroner, and the sheriff all on his side…. They’re all paid by the town.

      Power does not depend on truth nor logic. It depends on you believing the first lie: “I’m the government, I’m here to help you.”

      • mkey says:

        History certainly shows that when someone’s income depends on them believing something, they’ll do their earnest to believe, believe, believe; they’ll take the hook, line and sinker.

    • vadoum says:

      “How can we break this psychological trick?”

      I ask that question every day.

      like the previous replies, I think it was ever thus, at least in our recorded history, a few dominate the many, some more some less, some to unthinkable degrees, while others exploit by levels of comic annoyance. but the difference between now and every other time is the level of threat: the potential end game of omnipotent digitized control. so the stakes have never been so high (though some atlantians or lemurians might have a more substantial angle to share).

      My guess is that our race is foder for the birthing of an AI, which will also consume with pityless efficacy evrything, because it was told to; kubrick did imagine that we’d survive, just, but only by pulling the plug (2001 space odessy,)

      solution: bin the AI and head for the beach, ride this wave and try not to stack, there be flotsum and getsum in the pipe dream green room, so steer smart, karuna karuna (“pay attention”), keep it upbeat. dissonance can be transmuted, but its simpler to shuss around the ice patches. sharing with like minds can be a great way to catch ones breath, but I expect we’ll all get challenged by this to each’s maximum capacity.

      often when looking for models/metaphors that can guide towards a better outcome I look to the plants, after all they’ve been doing it for lots longer.

    • mkey says:

      I’ll call bs on claiming that questioning the germ THEORY is a minor issue. It is absolutely pivotal. The burden of proof needs to be made unbearable.

      Regarding the main question:
      – when one’s paycheck depends on something not being questioned, you can bet your posterior people are mot going to question it
      – “even intelligent” people actually comprises only the intellectual. These people on average have no intelligence and disavow common sense
      – by making them realize they are brain damaged and that they need to stop looking for guilty parties without

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:


    June 13, 2021 – Zero Hedge
    GRAPHIC – Visualizing The Biggest Companies In The World In 2021

    Since the COVID-19 crash, global equity markets have seen a strong recovery. The 100 biggest companies in the world were worth a record-breaking $31.7 trillion as of March 31 2021, up 48% year-over-year. As a point of comparison, the combined GDP of the U.S. and China was $35.7 trillion in 2020.

    In today’s graphic, Visual Capitalist’s Jenna Ross uses PwC data to show the world’s biggest businesses by market capitalization, as well as the countries and sectors they are from.
    The Top 100, Ranked

    PwC ranked the largest publicly-traded companies by their market capitalization in U.S. dollars. It’s also worth noting that sector classification is based on the FTSE Russell Industry Classification Benchmark, and a company’s location is based on where its headquarters are located.

    Within the ranking, there was a wide disparity in value. Apple was worth over $2 trillion, more than 16 times that of Anheuser-Busch (AB InBev), which took the 100th spot at $128 billion.

    In total, 59 companies were headquartered in the United States, making up 65% of the top 100’s total market capitalization. China and its regions was the second most common location for company headquarters, with 14 companies on the list.
    Risers and Fallers

    What are some of the notable changes to the biggest companies in the world compared to last year’s ranking?

    Tesla’s market capitalization surged by an eye-watering 565%, temporarily making Elon Musk the richest person in the world. Food delivery platform Meituan and PayPal benefited from growing e-commerce popularity with their market capitalizations growing by 221% and 151% respectively.

    Tech companies TSMC and ASML Holdings were also among the top 10 risers, thanks to a shortage of semiconductor chips and growing demand.

    On the other end of the scale, Swiss companies Nestlé, Novartis, and Roche Holding were all among the bottom 10 companies by market capitalization growth. China Mobile was the only company to decline with a -12% change. The company was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange as a result of an executive order issued by former president Donald Trump, and recently announced its intention to list on the Shanghai Stock Exchange….
    [Sectors are then discussed]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      June 13 – Zero Hedge
      (With GRAPHIC) RCEP Explained:
      The World’s Biggest Trading Bloc Will Soon Be In Asia-Pacific


      Trade and commerce are the lifeblood of the global economy. Naturally, agreements among nations in a certain geographical area help facilitate relationships in ways that are ideally beneficial for everyone involved.

      In late 2020, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was signed, officially creating the biggest trade bloc in history. Here, Visual Capitalist’s Iman Ghosh breaks down everything you need to know about it, from who’s involved to its implications.
      Who’s in the RCEP, and Why Was it Created?

      The RCEP is a free trade agreement between 15 nations in the Asia-Pacific region, and has been formalized after 28 rounds of discussion over eight years.

      Member nations who are a part of the RCEP will benefit from lowered or completely eliminated tariffs on imported goods and services within the region in the next 20 years. Here are the countries which have signed on to be member nations:
      …But there is still some work to do to bring the trade agreement into full effect…

      …The Biggest Trading Blocs, Compared

      When we say the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is the biggest trade bloc in history, this statement is not hyperbole.

      The RCEP will not only surpass existing Asia-Pacific trade agreements such as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in size and scope, but also other key regional partnerships in advanced economies.

      This includes the European Union and the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA, formerly known as NAFTA). How does the trio stack up?
      With the combined might of its 15 signatories, the RCEP accounts for approximately 30% of global GDP and population. Interestingly, the total population covered within the RCEP is near or over five times that of the other trade blocs.

      Another regional agreement not covered here is the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), which is now the largest in terms of participating countries (55 in total), but in the other metrics, the RCEP still emerges superior….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      Ban CCP Land Ownership In The USA: A New Bill From Texas

      Commentary authored by Anders Corr via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),

      Don’t mess with Texas. Chip Roy, a Republican representative to Congress from the 21st District, including parts of Austin and San Antonio, is taking on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in a big, Texan, way.
      Chip proposes to ban CCP members from purchasing land in America.
      It’s a short, sweet, and brilliantly-cutting edge bill that should be voted into law ASAP.

      This two-page bill has a potent engine of a single sentence: “Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the President shall take such actions as may be necessary to prohibit the purchase of public or private real estate located in the United States by members of the Chinese Communist Party.”

      Rep. Roy’s press release to accompany the bill pulls no punches.
      “In their quest for global domination, China has been buying up land and strategic infrastructure all over the world and in the United States,” it reads.
      “Direct Chinese investment in the U.S. economy is a major threat to the American way of life and requires that we take serious action to thwart the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) from ever seizing control of strategically valuable domestic assets in the U.S.”

      The bill is called the “Securing America’s Land from Foreign Interference Act.” According to Rep. Roy’s press release,
      “Data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows that foreign investors control nearly 30 million acres of U.S. farmland, roughly the size of Ohio. Texas has the second highest amount of foreign ownership with 3 million acres under foreign control.”

      The press release notes that a China-based energy company bought over 130,000 acres in Texas, near an Air Force base, and “is now attempting to build a wind farm to access the U.S. power grid.”

      Roy’s office notes that China is the second-largest foreign owner of land in Australia, including an Australian island that is now off-limits to Australian residents.
      China leased an airport in Australia for 100 years, and now “China owns the airspace and Australian citizens can’t land in their own country without approval from the Chinese government.”….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Texas Targets Wall Street in Fight Over ESG Investing
        (GRAPHIC of Sectors in Texas Economy)

        (Bloomberg) — Texas is drawing battle lines in a fight against investors and companies turning their backs on fossil fuels.

        Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill into law on Monday banning state investments in businesses that cut ties with the oil and gas industry. The underlying message, according to one of the most powerful energy regulators in the state, is simple: Boycott Texas, and we’ll boycott you.

        The new measure is Texas’ Republicans latest rebuke of ESG investing as the state clings to its status as America’s crude capital. Oil and gas companies, already under pressure to funnel more cash into dividends to please shareholders, are now having to reckon with major corporations from Wall Street banks to Silicon Valley tech giants deeming climate change as a top priority when determining investments…

        …In reality, the new law probably won’t lead to massive selling by state funds like the Teacher Retirement System of Texas or the Employees Retirement System of Texas. Thanks to a number of amendments, a fund may be able to justify holding stock in, say, Google — which won’t provide AI services for oil and gas production — by demonstrating that it would be bad for its members if it was forced to sell. And if an offending company is held indirectly, like through a private equity fund, there’s another exception.

        In another blow to Wall Street, Abbott also signed legislation on Monday that would ban state and local governments from work with companies whose policies restrict the firearms industry. The law could hurt Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc.’s municipal underwriting businesses in Texas, a huge market for state and local debt deals….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Corporate Recruiter Warns:
      Energy Companies To Replace Vaccinated Employees Within 3 Years

      (3 minute video in article)

      A recruiter for oil and gas corporations recently gave an ominous warning on Tik Tok, claiming that these big companies are mysteriously preparing to replace their vaccinated employees within three years.

      Carol Bird, a recruiter for RigBoyz Employment Network, explained that nearly half of these major companies’ workforce will soon be replaced with fresh workers within a few years due to the fact that they’ve been vaccinated.

      “The reason that this is important is because of what I am seeing as an executive in this industry happening right now as a result of the COVID vaccines. And it’s something called succession planning,”
      Bird explained.

      “Basically what it is, is companies need to plan for what’s going to happen as their staff move on; rather, they move up the line, they retire, so on and so forth.
      And succession planning is something that I help companies with professionally by offering them recruitment services.”

      Bird then described how higher-ups in these companies are categorizing their vaccinated employees as soon-to-be-replaced.

      “Well what’s really interesting, what’s happening right now – and it’s actually mortifying, not just interesting – is that executives are having their HR staff and their managers, superintendents, foreman, so on, go through and look at the staff that have received the vaccines.”

      “And they’re planning to have to replace them all within the next 3 years. What does that say to you?” she asked….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      OilPrice.com – By Tsvetana Paraskova – June 16, 2021
      Carbon Trade Could Be 10 Times Bigger Than Global Crude Oil Market
      (2 minute video on gas stoves in article)
      The growing market for paying for carbon emissions could become a larger market than the one for crude oil, according to the head of carbon trading at Trafigura, one of the world’s largest commodity traders.

      The carbon market has the potential to become 10 times larger than the global crude oil market, Hannah Hauman, Global Head of Carbon Trading at Trafigura, said at FT Commodities Global Summit on Wednesday, as carried by Bloomberg.

      The biggest commodity traders are looking at growing opportunities in carbon trading and trading in energy transition metals.

      Amid booming demand for key metals in the energy transition, commodity traders, and some hedge funds are racing to hire metals traders to capitalize on the demand for critical minerals, Reuters reported earlier this month, quoting sources with direct knowledge of the hiring spree.

      Trafigura, for example, became last year the first commodity trading company to establish a low-carbon aluminum trading desk and established a non-ferrous metals business development unit. During 2020, Trafigura’s non-ferrous Metals and Minerals department recorded its most successful performance, the trader said in its annual report. Last year was also the first full year after restructuring the department into four books: copper, zinc and lead, nickel and cobalt, and aluminum.

      Muriel Schwab, group chief financial officer at Gunvor, told the FT Commodities Global Summit today that the trader had “shifted trading towards transitional commodities,” Financial Times Energy Editor David Sheppard reports.

      Along with commodities crucial to the energy transition, the biggest traders also look to capitalize on the rising carbon prices in a growing market for carbon emissions trading as more and more governments pledge net-zero emission goals.

      The biggest carbon market in the world, the EU carbon market, saw record-high carbon prices in early May—prices exceeded US$60.50 (50 euro) per ton, surging by more than 50 percent so far this year. Analysts believe prices will rise more with the EU issuing increasingly strict environmental policies and studying putting a price on carbon for road transportation and aviation fuels.

      Lawson Steele, joint head of carbon and utilities research at Berenberg, told CNBC last month that his target for the EU carbon price at the end of this year is double the current levels at US$133 (110 euro) per month.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Friday June 8th – Yahoo Finance
      Amazon’s Prime Day discounts on the Echo and Fire TV are meant to keep you a customer for life

      Amazon’s (AMZN) annual celebration of consumerism, Prime Day, is nearly here. Running from June 21 to June 22, the shopping event, which will feature concerts by Billie Eilish, H.E.R., and Kid Cudi, is certain to offer plenty of sales, and rake in billions for the e-commerce giant.

      During last year’s Prime Day, which was pushed to October due to the pandemic, sales by third-party sellers surpassed $3.5 billion. Amazon didn’t release total sales numbers for the event, but research firm Digital Commerce 360 estimates Amazon sold $10.4 billion in products. This year, Adobe expects the company to sell as much as $11 billion worth of goods.

      And some of the best selling products during the sale were Amazon’s own. In fact, the Echo Dot, which was on sale for $19 from $40, was the top selling product globally during last year’s event. And, as you can guess, Amazon is already pointing consumers to sales for its products ahead of this year’s Prime Day.

      The reason? To keep you hooked on Prime.

      See, while Amazon makes some impressive products like the Echo, Echo Buds, and Fire TV, it doesn’t make a ton of cash on them like, say, Apple does with the iPhone. Many of Amazon’s products sell for surprisingly low prices. But that’s all part of the company’s strategy of making you a customer of its $119-a-year Prime service for life.

      And that’s important for Amazon, because according to a 2020 report from the House Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law, Prime customers typically purchase more through the company’s e-commerce platform than non-Prime customers.

      “Once Prime members pay the upfront annual membership fee, they are likely to concentrate their online purchases with Amazon. According to a recent survey, Prime members spend an average of $1,400 annually on Amazon, versus $600 for non-members,” the report read…

      …Amazon isn’t unique in this kind of ecosystem lock-in, either.
      Apple (AAPL) and Google (GOOG, GOOGL) use a similar strategy by making sure apps you purchase through their app stores only work on their products. It’s also why your Apple Watch or AirPods work best with your iPhone. It’s all about keeping you as an Apple user for life….

  8. HomeRemedySupply says:

    WhatsHerFace – June 11, 2021

    The SPARS Document
    (5 minutes) (The last 30 seconds are “sailor-tongue” descriptive.)

    In 2017 John Hopkins Center for Health Security published “The SPARS Pandemic”. This document is described in its disclaimer as being “a hypothetical scenario designed to illustrate the public health risk communication challenges that could potentially emerge during a naturally occurring disease outbreak…” and that “The infectious pathogen, medical countermeasures, characters, news media excerpts, social media posts, and government agency responses described herein are entirely fictional.”.

    In 2021, four years after “The SPARS Pandemic” publication, it seems to be more of a grim reality than a fictional scenario. Despite the unbelievable similarity this document has to our current global situation, this is nothing we haven’t seen before. In fact, a similar happenstance took place recently with another “fictional” scenario, Event 201, which also was spearheaded by John Hopkins Center for Health Security.

    The similarities from these scenarios should not, and cannot be ignored. If Event 201 was the blueprint on how covid19 would begin, then SPARS is the blueprint on how it will end. We should all pay close attention to how these scenarios play out if we are to avoid the fate that is described in these works of “fiction”.

    Read “The SPARS Pandemic”

  9. HomeRemedySupply says:

    June 13, 2021 – Zero Hedge

    Reporter Who Broke Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Story And Received ‘Significant’ Death Threats Found Dead

    The body of a Birmingham, Alabama journalist who broke the story about the controversial 2016 tarmac meeting in Phoenix between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch was found on Saturday morning of an ‘apparent suicide,’ according to AL.com.

    45-year-old Christopher Sign – a news anchor at ABC 33/40 in Birmingham, was discovered at around 8 a.m. by Hoover police and fire personnel, according to the report.

    “Our deepest sympathy is shared with Christopher’s loving family and close friends. We have lost a revered colleague who’s indelible imprint will serve forever as a hallmark of decency, honesty and journalist integrity. We can only hope to carry on his legacy. May his memory be for blessing,” said ABC 33/40 Vice President and General Manager Eric Land in a statement.

    The tarmac bombshell, which gave the appearance that Bill Clinton was privately pleading his wife’s email case after then-FBI James Comey launched a new investigation, is thought to have contributed to Hillary Clinton’s loss in 2016.

    Sign, meanwhile, had complained last year of receiving ‘significant’ death threats, having his credit cards hacked, and creating code-words to use with his children.
    [38 second VIDEO of Chris in interview]
    Sign, an Emmy-award winning reporter, made national headlines over the June 27, 2016 tarmac meeting at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport amid the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of an unauthorized server. The meeting between Clinton and Lynch occurred days before Comey announced that the bureau would not press charges against Hillary – after the agency changed internal language describing Clinton’s conduct from “gross negligence” to “extremely careless.”

    “Gross negligence” is a legal term of art in criminal law often associated with recklessness. According to Black’s Law Dictionary, gross negligence is A severe degree of negligence taken as reckless disregard,” and “Blatant indifference to one’s legal duty, other’s safety, or their rights. “Extremely careless,” on the other hand, is not a legal term of art.

    In addition to the “gross negligence” –> “extremely careless” edit (performed by disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok), the FBI removed a key justification for elevating Clinton’s actions to the standard of “gross negligence” – that being the “sheer volume” of classified material on Clinton’s server. In the original draft, the “sheer volume” of material “supports an inference that the participants were grossly negligent in their handling of that information.”


    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      Also removed from Comey’s statement were all references to the Intelligence Community’s involvement in investigating Clinton’s private email server, as well as changing the language to downgrade the probability that Clinton’s server was hacked by hostile actors, changing their language from “reasonably likely” to “possible” – an edit which eliminated yet another justification for the phrase “Gross negligence.” To put it another way, “reasonably likely” means the probability of a hack due to Clinton’s negligence is above 50 percent, whereas the hack simply being “possible” is any probability above zero.

      In short, Bill Clinton’s tarmac meeting appears to have had quite the effect on his wife’s investigation, despite the fact that she still lost. And now the guy who broke the story is dead.

      – Film –
      “The Clinton Chronicles” made in 1994
      comment section at Corbett Report’s 7/24/2016
      “Hillary Clinton Is A Threat To All Of Humanity”


      IMAGE-GRAPHIC – The Clinton Body Count

  10. ticop says:

    Other dystopian headlines by the G7 “wedding-like” anti-social distanced group photos and arm-in-arm mingling were outlined by the Communist(?) Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in Canada notinf with complete adulation of the totalitarian implications. I quote:

    “The pandemic declaration leaders are expected to sign sets out a series of concrete commitments, including the goal to slash the development time of future vaccines to under 100 days.”

    “Among the other promises is a commitment to reinforce global surveillance networks and genomic sequencing.”


    So the Moderna jab was made in two days, so the only limiting factor was the time for “safety” trials before full approval being shortened to 100 days? But compensate with sequencing our genome/DNA in the context of global surveillance? I know it’s an open conspiracy, but how does one even pretend to be a journalist and not even consider the absurd implications?

  11. hugo.c says:

    Dear James,

    Thanks for that. I’ll be digging into your sources and stealing many of your ideas for my next publication.

    I had a chat with a friend recently in which he proclaimed, and quite rightly, that the existing forms of government have not yielded much equality. From this argument he was giving Schwaab a free lunch with the “Reset”. I’m open to new ideas, but felt that he was missing the far more important “below the surface” influences of international control.

    And, strike me pink, here it is again.

    Collective, individual responses to global control are the most effective, however there is an opportunity to influence the “representatives”. How about tax exemptions are to only be issued to companies with less than 10 million USD capitalisation? The big players would go berserk. How about we imprison Omidiyar and grab all the data from the Snowden/Panama leaks and have at it shaming the whole lot of ’em? Ok, not happening.

    One can dream.

    Another great editorial. And I will be stealing all of your ideas and sources 🙂


    PS: small word error “will make bank finding loopholes” is really “will make finding loopholes”; delete bank.

    • hugo.c says:

      or other. but it needs work.

    • hugo.c says:

      As I said, I’ll be “stealing” all of the ideas that fit into my narratives, because CC-NA-4.0. But, when linking to JC editorials via steemit I will always provide a direct link to this site, so that every time I reference the work that has helped me learn so much there will be a link to HERE.

      I cannot express enough how liberating it is (not “has been”, I’m two days in) to have a blog. I highly recommend shouting to the void; it is liberating in itself. I’ve felt a progression over the last few months where things that I would have looked at, I now do not. They’re not “important” enough, for me. It was that, and stupid Twitster’s limits, that led me to the blog creation, in combination with other encouragement (James, again).

      Now I can Speak in Long Form, with fucking Links. Liberation!

      I am proud of the little thing I have established, and pay all deference to James. I am mimicking *everything* which I have learned here about publishing and production.

      Arigatou gozaimasu.

      Fly, little bird …

    • Corbett says:

      I wholeheartedly endorse you stealing my ideas and sources. Good luck on your blog. And for the record, the accountants, lawyers and tax compliance officers will definitely be making bank:


  12. rob.h says:

    Good stuff James. This was the one thing that I was concerned about in the G7. Global tax is almost worse than a global money. Who collects it? Who can vote on it. Wow.. just insane. Still working toward solutions!! Hope you are hanging in there.

  13. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The video in this article is worth watching. I bet Pilato loves hearing this. I wonder if Facebook will ban any mention of this.

    Roger Waters Tells “Little Prick” Zuckerberg To “F*** Off” Following Request To Use Iconic Pink Floyd Song For Ad


    Pink Floyd song writer Roger Waters slammed Mark Zuckerberg during a press conference recently, announcing that the Facebook owner had offered a “huge, huge amount of money” to use the iconic song Another Brick In The Wall Part II in an advert for Instagram.

    Speaking at an event to raise awareness about imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Waters noted the deep deep irony of Facebook wanting to buy and use a song that rails against ‘thought control’ and mindless conformity.

    Waters described the development as part of Zuckerberg’s “insidious movement… to take over absolutely everything.”

    Waters read out Facebook’s request, which noted “We want to thank you for considering this project. We feel that the core sentiment of this song is still so prevalent and so necessary today, which speaks to how timeless the work is.”

    “And yet, they want to use it to make Facebook and Instagram more powerful than it already is,” Waters urged, adding “so that it can continue to censor all of us in this room and prevent this story about Julian Assange getting out into the general public so the general public can go, ‘What? No. No More.’”

    “So it’s a missive from Mark Zuckerberg to me… with an offer of a huge, huge amount of money and the answer is, ‘f**k you! No f**king way!’,” Waters boomed to rapturous applause.

    “I will not be a party to this bullsh-t, Zuckerberg,” Waters added….

    • mkey says:

      Twatter video well worth a watch. Also, a refreshing sight to see someone in the public space not being completely consumed by greed. Good for you, Rog.

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Speaking of celebrities (Roger Waters above), the following article is an interesting read. It provides insights.

    CoinDesk – David Z Morris – June 15, 2021 Tuesday
    Kim Kardashian and Ethereum Max. Why?
    What is ethereum max? Here’s what we found after some quick research into Kim K’s new favorite (?) crypto.


    On Monday morning, Kim Kardashian posted this Story to her more than 210 million Instagram followers: [IMAGE SCREENSHOT]

    …Kim K’s post is almost certainly the biggest single piece of social-media crypto promotion ever in terms of absolute reach. And it comes on the heels of shoutouts for ethereum max from other big names, including National Basketball Association great Paul Pierce and boxing legend Floyd Mayweather. In fact, according to a press statement, ethereum max was “the Exclusive CryptCurrency (sic) accepted for online ticket purchasing” for the recent Mayweather/Logan Paul pay-per-view fight.

    That all seems very impressive, so you might naturally be wondering what ethereum max is and whether you should be buying it. To help you decide, I spent a few hours doing a very shallow dive into the project. I share my findings below…

    …During my quick research session, I saw a number of signals that suggest investors should approach ethereum max cautiously.
    For one thing, that Kim Kardashian Story was bought and paid for.
    What is ethereum max?…[DAVID GIVES A SUMMARY]…

    …Kim K, paid shill
    So, now to Kim’s paid tweet. I know she was paid, not thanks to some great investigative achievement, but because Kim included a promotional disclosure in the post itself. It’s at the far bottom right of the Story, though, and just three characters long: #AD. As in, advertisement…

    …How much did the people behind emax pay Kardashian? There’s no easy way to know, but previous reporting suggests she gets paid between $300,000 and $500,000 for most posts, and in some cases much more…
    …Equally, Kim’s disclosure raises questions about the other celebs promoting emax…

    …Grammar problems
    Another easy way to evaluate a little-known project is to examine the professionalism of its presentation…
    …“Groot Hospitality announced that it would “accept $eMax as it’s (sic) exclusive crypto currency (sic) at the groups (sic) largest Miami nightclubs LIV and Story.”
    In journalistic jargon, “sic” means “this error was in the original.”…

    …As I said, I’m not here to draw any conclusions about ethereum max. Nor do I claim I’ve examined it from every angle – in fact, that’s the point. You can do this kind of rough analysis of any project in just a few hours (it only took me about five hours of work to do this research and write it up for you)….

  15. HomeRemedySupply says:

    June 17th, 2021 (It only took one word to move $4 billion in stock.)
    Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo snubbed Coca-Cola.
    Then their market value sank $4 billion.

    During a Euro 2020 press conference on Monday, soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo irritably moved two bottles of Coca-Cola, one of the official sponsors of the event, and then picked up a bottle of water.

    “Água!” he exclaimed in Portuguese, setting the bottle down in the center of his desk.
    (23 second video) https://twitter.com/CBSNews/status/1404816010872492043

    Coca-Cola’s decline was in sharp contrast to the rest of the S&P 500, which rose 0.4% on Monday. Overall, the stock index has risen 13% this year, while Coca-Cola shares are up 0.5%.

    A Euro 2020 spokesperson said that “players are offered water, alongside Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, on arrival at our press conferences,” and that everyone “is entitled to their drink preferences.”

    Manchester United and France player Paul Pogba appeared to follow Ronaldo’s lead a day later during his press conference. Pogba, a devout Muslim, moved a bottle of Heineken (another Euro 2020 sponsor) from his desk. However, he made no comment as he did so.

    Ronaldo is famous for his dedicated approach to health and fitness. He is known to eat six meals and take five naps a day, which he documents to his almost 300 million Instagram followers.

    Portugal beat Hungary 3-0, with Ronaldo scoring two of the three goals. He now holds the record for goals scored at the European Championship finals, with 11.

    Coca-Cola did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CBS News.

    By the end of the press conference for the European Championship, Coca-Cola’s shares had dropped 1.6%, to $55.22 from $56.17. That lopped $4 billion off the beverage behemoth’s market value, with the shares sinking another 0.6% on Tuesday to $55.08.

    “Water!”: Portuguese soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo removed two bottles of Coca-Cola, which sponsors the Euro tournament, away from him as he entered a news conference on Monday before holding up a bottle of water to the media.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thursday June 17th
      Ricky Schroder protests Foo Fighters show over vaccine mandate
      (The recent Episode 220 of The Highwire covered this along with other Muscians stepping up.)
      (15 minutes)(VanMorrison, RodgerWaters Pink Floyd, FoolFighters, EricClapton)

      FULL ARTICLE (PHOTOS in article)
      The Foo Fighters played their first full-capacity concert since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but one of the more recognizable faces wasn’t in the audience. Child actor Ricky Schroder ventured over to the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, Calif. on Tuesday night to join protesters upset over the concert’s vaccine mandate.

      Schroder, 51, was photographed with a group of several dozen protestors holding signs like “Foo Fighters fight to bring segregation back” and “event for vaccinated only, unvaccinated not allowed,” per Variety.

      The Foo Fighters perform onstage during Global Citizen's Vax Live concert.
      The Foo Fighters perform onstage during Global Citizen’s Vax Live concert. (Photo: Getty Images for Global Citizen VAX LIVE)

      The Foo Fighters played their first full-capacity concert since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but one of the more recognizable faces wasn’t in the audience. Child actor Ricky Schroder ventured over to the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, Calif. on Tuesday night to join protesters upset over the concert’s vaccine mandate.

      Schroder, 51, was photographed with a group of several dozen protestors holding signs like “Foo Fighters fight to bring segregation back” and “event for vaccinated only, unvaccinated not allowed,” per Variety.

      “What they’re doing is saying only vax people, separating humans is not OK,” one of the protesters told CBS Los Angeles. “Those of us who have healthy immune systems should be able to enjoy these freedoms just like everybody else.”

      The Foo Fighters required attendees to show proof they received a COVID-19 vaccine in order to purchase tickets, which were only sold in-person last weekend. Schroder made his stance on that very clear in a Facebook post earlier this week.

      “Dave Grohl is an ignorant punk who needs slapped for supporting Discrimination. Ignorance comes in all shapes & sizes,” The Champ star wrote.

      Around 600 people clearly didn’t mind the mandate as the Foo Fighters concert was sold out. They plan to keep the same rule in place ahead of Sunday’s full-capacity show at Madison Square Garden in New York City. [END}

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      June 20, 2021
      Buffalo Bills WR Cole Beasley tweets that he didn’t get the COVID-19 vaccine:
      ‘If I’m forced into retirement, so be it’


      BUFFALO, N.Y. — Buffalo Bills receiver Cole Beasley does not plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and insists he will not follow rules jointly adopted by the NFL and NFLPA requiring unvaccinated players to stay clear of people.

      Tweeting in response to criticism over the last 24 hours of his stance on social media, Beasley confirmed Friday he is not vaccinated and will “live my one life like I want to regardless.”
      “I will be outside doing what I do,” he tweeted. “I’ll be out in public. If your (sic) scared of me then steer clear, or get vaccinated … I may die of covid, but I’d rather die actually living.
      “I’m not going to take meds for a leg that isn’t broken. I’d rather take my chances with Covid and build up my immunity that way …I’ll play for free this year to live life how I’ve lived it from day one. If I’m forced into retirement, so be it.”

      Beasley said a lot of players agree with him and but many are not established veterans. The 32-year-old who is entering his 10th season wants to represent those players, he tweeted….
      …The new policy applies to training camp and the preseason. It restricts unvaccinated players while allowing vaccinated players to return to near normalcy, which made Beasley think the union was not representing all the players.

      Beasley tweeted Friday morning a confirmation of The Athletic’s report that the NFLPA had reached out to him earlier in the day and come to an understanding regarding certain aspects of the policy.

      Under the new policy, vaccinated players will also no longer be required to wear masks at the team’s facility or during team travel. They will have no travel restrictions, can use the sauna/steam room and weight room without capacity limits, and can interact with vaccinated friends and family during team travel.

      Unvaccinated players will be required to tested for COVID-19 daily and must wears masks in team facilities and during travel. They will also not be allowed to use the sauna/steam rooms, are subject to weight room capacity limits, and may not leave the team hotel to eat or interact with anyone outside of the team traveling party during travel…
      …Unvaccinated players will be required to quarantine after high-risk exposure, while vaccinated players will not.

      Beasley is entering his third season with the Bills. He had career best of 82 catches for 967 yards in 2020. He has two years and roughly $11.9 million remaining on his contract.

  16. Shaman O'Sanity 2020 says:

    Normally I would read Mr. Corbetts articles with joy.
    This time I’m baffled by the sheer longitude of the texts unveiling of the climax-piece.

    But then I scrolled up and read the title – Mr. Corbett had us all fooled this time – the text was just spitting rubbish; the title was the great unveiling after which all readers could have stopped reading.

    Haha haha – yes, the joke is on us – haha haha

  17. keithk says:

    omg it’s here!

    Odysee playlists: https://odysee.com/@OdyseeHelp:b/odyseeplaylists:d

  18. Paul says:

    I was thinking about making a meaningful comment here, but then I realized this is the sub-blog for HomeRemedySupply, and I don’t know if that user will approve of my content.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Ha! You’re great! I owe you a beer. 🙂
      I admit…sometimes I have a bad case of diarrhea mouth.

  19. Mielia says:

    I don’t understand the Blain quote.
    If any European country ever receives anything close to a cheque for 15% of the profits made by a big digital tech company selling in their borders, I shall eat my hat. I’ve already heard there is a note from an accounting firm suggesting Amazon can wriggle out because of the marginal cost calculations… whatever… something to do with governments getting “the right to tax 20% of profits exceeding a 10% margin” – which sound much less than 15% of profits to my mind.

    I will write down my guesses and then someone may help me and explains it?
    First of all where do the 15% come from suddenly?

    Europe never received and will not receive 15% of the profit made in their country by a Big Tech company.
    Supposedly this in the talks though? (reading between the lines)
    as the next sentence (together with what James writes directly below) suggests to me that Amazon may escape this 15% by an accounting trick
    and this trick will have to do with the “20% of profits exceeding a 10% margin
    “. I mean obviously 20% of 15% would be much less than 15%.

    anyway I am not sure if this what it means, and again – no clue where the 15% comes from.
    I don’t understand the entire passage.

    global corporate minimum tax, infrastructure for tax sharing etc – all understandable.

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I had to pop open a beer after seeing this…

    Petitions To Keep Bezos From Returning To Earth Next Month Signed By Over 45,000 People

    Over 45,000 people have signed petitions calling to prevent Jeff Bezos from returning to earth next month, when the billionaire founder of Amazon.com is set to ride his phallic ‘New Shepard’ rocket into space along with his brother, Mark and an unidentified passenger who paid $28 million to join them.

    “Billionaire’s should not exist…on earth, or in space, but should they decide the latter they should stay there,” reads one petition posted to change.org, which has received over 26,000 signatures as of this writing – many of whom let their feelings be known:

    ~ Take bill gates and fouchi or whatever the heck his dumb ass is called and stay there
    ~ If they can send a billionaire to Mars why can’t they send them all there
    ~ Give back or get off
    ~ The earth deserves better
    ~ He sucks
    ~ Jeff Bezos is a leech who profits from society and gives nothing back in return.
    ~ We need this. Planet earth would be better.
    ~ Leave him in space, that cheap, greedy so + so! Let him see what all that money can buy him there!
    ~ He has no heart; he is an alien invader who is going to take over the Earth unless we can keep him out of our orbit.

  21. royb says:

    Wow, ironic to see how the global government will arise based on a deception very much like the one in the emperors new clothes. All they had to do was to make the process as boring (bureaucratic) as possible for people not to see what is happening.

  22. nosoapradio says:

    Just for posterity;

    A speech by Noam Chomsky to the OECD in September of 2019:


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