Holiday Open Thread

04/25/2018322 Comments

As you may or may not know, I'm on vacation. But as you also may or may not know, the world has not stopped turning. So what burning issues are on your mind? What do I need to take a look at when I get back from my holiday? Corbett Report members are encouraged to log on to the site and use this open thread to discuss whatever news and issues they deem important. Have fun!

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  1. I Shot Santa says:

    The UK thought crimes are fascinating to me. I know I mentioned this in questions for Corbett, but as I said; it fascinates me. JimBob who is fascinated by thought police. Oh yeah, enjoy your vacation!

    • candlelight says:


      As for that BitTorrent techno-babble, I second the notion “ignorance is bliss”.

      Though, for all those techno-wizards at large, here’s an introduction to some hardware they might like to sink their techno-teeth into a Bit:

      Pass the Cheetos.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        That was awesome! I want one of those to hook up to my flux capacitor!

        • candlelight says:

          Now, here’s a video, Santa, that I haven’t watched, either – save for a minute and a half – but I’m linking it b/c I think you might like it as much as the Sun System’s spoof vid above.

          I’m going to bet this might be your fave vid for this week, which is to say it might just edge out the hot aerobics vid!

          For some reason, I just think it’s your speed, at least I think it will be.

          Anyway, I’m going back to check it out for myself, b/c it seems it may prove to be a good lecture.


      • cush350 says:

        I’m having trouble with variance within my HydroScopic Marzelveins.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          Don’t worry! Sun Microsystems has the solutions for you! That video has to be my favorite of all time now. At least for this week. JimBob who wonders if that smile the guy had on was pride or amazement at the words which were spewing out of his mouth.

          P.S. I can’t believe I’m only now downloading it!

    • justine.k says:

      Along similar lines, I’m wondering if what is going on in Canada is following UK’s lead on “thought police”, in terms of building support and laws for such. In the aftermath of the Manchester Ariana Grande (which appears to be a hoax event) that Teresa May came out with the #1 priority was to control the threats on the internet and introduced legislation in this regards and perhaps this is the genesis of the thought police. If your in the UK, can you clarify if new laws where passed in this regards?

      Here’s a headline from the Globe&Fail newspaper of record yesterday: Security ministers from the G7 countries are discussing how to fight the threats lurking in the internet’s dark spaces against the backdrop of a city reeling from Monday’s deadly daylight van attack. – “These tests to our collective security demand our constant collaboration through the G7.”

      This van incident was very likely fake – video of emergency workers & good samaritans providing poor CPR to “dummies” and some other tell signs (CPR video, ).

      Was this staged in support of discussions among Security G7 leaders and accelerate the Canadian censorship agenda? They invoke the dark side of the internet, like 4chan and chat groups like Incel (Involuntarily Celibate – supposedly frustrated young men), also he like the Quebec mosque shooter (recently in the news as his sentencing trial is ongoing) were apparently obsessed with mass murderer Elliot Rodger (never heard of this case). I’m in Canada and not liking the direction of the UK nor several Canadian political moves….

      • I Shot Santa says:

        It’s almost like they want to have their governments fail. I’m in the southern area of the US and I can’t believe that people even pay attention to this. Just thinking about it makes me want to act like the KKK person that people assume I am whenever they find out I’m a fine Southern Dandelion Wine. JimBob who would rather do the time than pay that stupid fine.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Dandelion Wine is some of the best wine I have ever had.

          Back in 1971, a Minnesota Farmers’s Daughter and I got drunk with it in the dairy farm pasture one late summer night. I felt great the next day.

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        Was this staged in support of discussions among Security G7 leaders and accelerate the Canadian censorship agenda?

        Hard to say really.
        What really gets me is that in this day and age with almost everyone having a cellphone with a camera, you never see any blood and guts footage from these attacks.
        I mean there were hundreds of people walking the main street where this took place. I haven’t seen any graphic posts. Just heavily guarded body bag footage/photos.

        And the van. White as can be.
        They have finally started releasing names of victims.

        • justine.k says:

          Fawlty Towers –

          I just saw I posted the wrong video for the TO van attack,so I’m correcting for the record as I meant to show the one where we see CPR and the “injured” at the scene (you gotta admit they look like dummies – enjoy):

          • Fawlty Towers says:

            As you get to know me better justine you will learn that I am extremely cautious when it comes to jumping on any conspiracy bandwagon.
            So far I haven’t seen anything indicating any sort of hoax has taken place.
            The video you reference was heavily spliced. I don’t know where or when the CPR scene was taken.

          • redrose says:

            The cpr given by that cop would kill her! He is compressing her stomach, not her chest! Yes it must be a dummy!

            • I Shot Santa says:

              Must have been American trained. That’s how you make sure the gunshot victim you just created doesn’t offer conflicting testimony! JimBob who hails from a long line of people whose livelihoods have conflicted with state authorized armed robbers.

      • Lance says:

        “If your in the UK, can you clarify if new laws where passed in this regards?”

        This is the official report into the attacks in Manchester and London:

        Manchester appears to have not been a hoax. 22 people allegedly died.

        The questions start to appear about the actual bomber:
        – Known to MI5 (UK’s FBI) for at least 3 years, with direct reports about him made at least twice.
        – Worked for the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) which allegedly tried to assassinate Qadafi and install a theocracy in Libya. MI6 fingerprints suggested.
        – Apparently travelled to and from Libya, wounded in battle even, and yet mysteriously ‘not being tracked’ by UK intelligence services.
        – etc etc.

        The usual story. A person who must have been in the top-100 possible domestic threats, known to intelligence agencies, not tracked and walks into a large public gathering where they appear to have dropped standard bag checks (pretty much unheard of in the UK).

        The main benefit to TPTSB was that this was during an election campaign and it was milked for all it’s worth. “We’ll keep you safe and the people with a different coloured logo can’t” – type of soundbite.

        There was also an official review which suggested all anti-terror legislation was unnecessary and already dealt with within existing laws. Of course, anyone reading this site and other similar information sources will know that the last thing ‘terror laws’ attempt to do is actually catch terrorists. I mean, we don’t want to lose our most valuable intelligence/social control assets do we?

        Overall, these attacks have seen our government cement more and more surveillance of ordinary citizens especially through the “Snooper’s Charter”. I mean, they apparently can’t follow a mercenary, from a mercenary family, to-and-from a warzone, but knowing my browsing history will keep us all safe.

        • justine.k says:

          Lance – thanks for the reply. I looked at the report that you linked too, I was curious if it mentioned cracking down on the internet with censorship as a result of terrorists events in 2017 but there is very little mention of online activities (3 mentions), YouTube (1 mention) and internet (0 mentions) – surprising for a long report dated Dec 2017 on all evens. Otherwise, I personally didn’t find the report interesting.

          However, I appreciate your mention of the “Snooper’s Charter”, my first search came up with this article from the Guardian and I immediately noticed that it was put in effect end of 2016 (before any of the event in 2017) and was meant to replace an expiring law from 2014. I will look into similar legislation in Canada.

          Interesting quote below from the article:

          Jim Killock, executive director of the Open Rights Group, responded to the home secretary’s “world-leading” claim, saying: “She is right, it is one of the most extreme surveillance laws ever passed in a democracy. The IP Act will have an impact that goes beyond the UK’s shores. It is likely that other countries, including authoritarian regimes with poor human rights records, will use this law to justify their own intrusive surveillance powers.”

  2. haraldmeling says:

    I am fascinated by the Newsbud “revalation” .
    What are we in fact looking at when Sibel, meaning Newsbud, so clearly has shown herself/itself?
    This is not something random.
    And why now?
    Tell me I’m wrong. I would not mind.
    But this is Katzish….

    • candlelight says:


      Is there a specific video or article you are referring to?

    • justine.k says:

      I had the same question. I do wonder if she is mentally unstable, possibly bipolar disorder (full disclosure I used to practice psychiatry) -but I still think this is distinctly possible. The other is she has some personal affiliation in the Syria conflict as she is from that region. Ultimately we will never know so I don’t know how worthwhile to pursue.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        I’d recommend carrying a tranquilizer gun if you want to pursue her. I’ve never practiced psychiatry, but I live in fluorida where every other person is completely whacked! Whacked being a technical term and all. JimBob whose neighbors keep Big Pharma and Big Likker Big.

        • mkey says:

          In that scenario, I’d use the tranquilizer gun on myself if things turned sour. Whatever I don’t remember happening is as good as if it never happened.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            A little Special K? I met someone who did that before (I think it’s a horse tranquilizer, but all I do is weed and shrooms!) and boy was she an interesting person to listen to from a distance. JimBob who always roofies hisself afore he goes out a partying!

            • cush350 says:

              JimBob you’re a hoot. cush who doesn’t get out much anymore.;)

              • I Shot Santa says:

                I know what you mean. I can’t REMEMBER the last time I went out either. JimBob who really can’t remember the last time as he’s done got old and grumpy. Which is what happens to you when you don’t go out anymore.

      • candlelight says:


        Why jump to conclusions about ultimately never knowing? Because we may just find out.

        Though, I ought to ask you first: Never knowing what?

        Have you narrowed down the entirety of her pervasively distorted and clearly dishonest smear campaign to either bipolarism or a personal affiliation in the Syrian conflict?

        That Sibel would attempt such a thing against two very dedicated independent journalists who have been on the ground in Syria, producing reports that fly in the face of the monolith that is Western main stream media, raises particularly troubling questions about Sibel going far beyond the notion of bipolarism and some personal affiliation.

        I have to ask: You must be kidding, right?

        • I Shot Santa says:

          Plus, this is apparently not a first for her either. Note how many people quit working with her before this one. It’s just that this time she ticked off James and Eva. Both went full metal jacket on her! As she so richly deserved. JimBob who notes that when you smack down on one who really deserves it, those others who deserve it just as much start keeping their distance from you.

        • justine.k says:

          Agreed – it is very troubling, and my better half thought her former work as a translator in the FBI (maybe CIA but same difference) probably speaks to who she is- used to playing political “games”, perhaps playing a role as disinfo or psyop – who knows.

          I wasn’t kidding though about bipolar disorder – although I’m far from convinced. I think she believes the s**t she said about Eva and Vanessa, and apparently turned against James after his video. It’s just weird..I tuned out.

      • Stronghorse says:

        It’s possible she is suffering from some mental disorder I suppose, but honestly my first thought was that she may be going through menopause, which in some people can mimic numerous thing. She is at about the right age, 47-48, and that could well be a contributing factor.

        (Full disclosure: I am not a psychiatrist, nor a medical doctor. Nor do I play either on TV or the Internet.)

        I’m fairly certain there is more to it than that, but I do think it could be a contributing factor. I’ve seen women do some really off the wall things during that time, including ending relationships for reasons that make no sense, and burning bridges with long time friends and acquaintances. Most later come to regret it, but a lot of the time the damage done is irreparable.

        Just my thoughts on the matter. I could easily be wrong, it wouldn’t be the first time. 😉

        I also noted that F. William Engdahl, who had just started a weekly series on Newsbud just before this incident, doesn’t appear to be continuing that series. At least not that I have seen. I believe Broc West ended his relationship with Newsbud due to this also.

        Though I’m not certain about either as I have not checked into it. In fact, it just came to me as I was typing. Now that I’m curious about it, I think I’ll see what I can dig up on the subject.

        It’s a crappy deal whatever caused it. IMO

    • candlelight says:

      With about 1 second left to edit my comment, it dawned on me what the “revelation” was you were referring to.

      Taking a glance at Newsbud a few minutes earlier to see if I could find what you were referring to, it was rather spooky (pun intended) as I couldn’t help but think precisely about that “revelation”.

      Needless to say, the complexity of interpreting Newsbud’s output at this juncture is a hair-raising thought.

      • TampaDave says:

        Yeah, this consarned issue with Sibel is very concerning. Any conclusion drawn from the conundrum is as confusing as any other. Was she turned/MK programmed? Always a double? Does she have just personality conflicts of some kind with the reporters in question? Maybe there are issues such as emotional/cognitive disorders? If so, did we ever before had the tiniest hint that Sibel was not sane and sound? Most of the disorders we might suspect are not ones which suddenly appear. I adored her, and now it is hard to transpose the Sibel I thought I knew with the person whose actions we are discussing. Sibel is mentioned in a number of James’ videos, including the still-popular 9/11 in 5 minutes. Do we have any reason to doubt the accuracy of anything she reported in the past?

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          Do we have any reason to doubt the accuracy of anything she reported in the past?

          Does anyone here take issue at all with the massive hit job piece she did on Dennis Hastert in 2016 when no MSM wanted to touch it or go into the gory details that she did?

          • I Shot Santa says:

            Limited hangout could account for that one. Also, it wasn’t like it was a secret. Everything she ever said is, and should be, suspect. It’s the way of the truth seeker. JimBob who don’t go around trusting crazies. That would be crazy!

            • Fawlty Towers says:

              Also, it wasn’t like it was a secret.

              Right but it was a non-secret that no one other than
              Sibel was willing to expose.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                No. It was a non-secret that let her be the spotlight in a crusade. Or, for those who prefer everyone to be an intelligence asset: one that provided for cover. JimBob who don’t understand why anyone would believe a word what comes out of that crazy’s mouth since she’s already proven to be such a liar in her latest smear campaign.

        • Adam Laughlin says:

          We should also consider the implications of DeepFake and more advanced / confidential forms of the same. Video, audio and lip sync can be faked in real time and at full quality.

          Unless anyone has had physical contact with Sibel recently, we also have to consider if it is her at all. I’m sure that James own instinct would confirm this for him, but I post for the sake of example as time goes on. Sometimes even we are too trusting.

          • TampaDave says:

            Actually, that would make sense, and this is another ruse to discredit her. That would be emotionally more satisfying than any other solution.

          • candlelight says:

            “Unless anyone has had physical contact with Sibel recently,…”

            Hmm, how about her husband? You could try finding out from him if he’s had any physical contact with her. recently. Though, if you promise him you’ll keep it a secret, you might want to ask Spiro, instead.

        • candlelight says:

          Now, dag nabit, that’s a word you don’t hear every day: Consarned.

          Do we have any reason to doubt the accuracy of anything she reported in the past?

          Yep, we do. Now that she’s lied her DeepFake (yeah, right) face off, we do.

          And, specifically for the sake of accuracy, if you didn’t know, Corbett stated he was going to “clarify” everything he’s done with her in the past.

          How’s that for doubting her accuracy?

          He, Corbett, even went as far as to apologize – apologize! – for even introducing this lady to his listeners in the first place!

          You cannot get more damning than that.

          Of course, he’s privy to a whole lot more information than any one of us, that’s for sure.

          • TampaDave says:

            Yep. Ok, right. It still hurts to feel taken for such a nice ride, and later find out it was a ride to nowhere.

            Who thought you’d have to evaluate double, triple agents just to find out what is going on in the epicenter of your own government?

        • bas says:

          It might be stuff she said was in the public space as well. For instance, I have find no confirmation anywhere (even when I tried to browse Turkish media with Google Translate) that Abdullah Catli escaped in 1990 with a NATO-owned helicopter. And she mentioned that he got a UK passport around the time that he was actually in jail. Neither could I independently verify that he regularly popped up in Chicago after his jailbreak.

    • mkey says:

      Come on guys, there’s already a giant Sibel Edmonds incredulous ex and fading fans’ comment section full to the brim. Lets just keep in mind that all things said, this is just human drama and nothing more. One of the real deals de jour is the Syria situation, not the reporting on it.

      I doubt any further sort of time investment on James’ part into this issue could yield results which would be deemed as worthy. Only information can come from the source, that is if she breaks at any point in the future.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        mkey, I totally agree.

        … there’s already a giant Sibel Edmonds incredulous ex and fading fans’ comment section full to the brim….

        this is just human drama and nothing more.

      • candlelight says:

        As we descend into the incredulous:

        “One of the real deals de jour is the Syria situation, not the reporting on it.”

        Come, again?

        So, you’re sitting at the table, mkey, waiting for the plat du jour (the Syria situation) you just ordered to be served up, but the restaurant staff (reporters) don’t show up with your meal. How are you going to eat (understand) your plat du jour (the Syria situation)? Or, your plat du jour does show up and it’s burnt to shit (faulty, bogus reporting)?

        The real deal is the reporting on it, otherwise we wouldn’t get the real deal of what’s going down, we’d get shit.


        “…this is just human drama and nothing more.”

        Okay, this statement is even more egregious than the above. As a matter of fact, I cannot even describe to you just how egregious it is.

        To fluff-off the matter of discovering the extent to how diabolical the character of Sibel Edmonds may be, however time consuming and arduous a process that may turn out to be, is incredulously defeatist and shortsighted, not to mention incredulously demeaning.

        Mind you, this is only my opinion, but when I think of what you’re saying – that it’s just human drama, I replay in my mind James’ most plaintiff question as to what all of Sibel’s mindful, deceptive shenanigans are all about, and see that you are reducing such a pertinent question down to soap opera. Whereas, in reality, such a question is highly pertinent and potentially crucial to understanding the underpinnings and foundation of state sponsored obfuscation of state sponsored criminality.

        To reduce it down to so much human drama, so much melodrama, so much soap, is in itself pretty slippery.

        Conjuring a soap of whatever petals of fragrant flowers there may be, there lingers a sulfuric scent.


        “Only information can come from the source, that is if she breaks at any point in the future.


        A statement of absurd defeatism?

        Well, enough said, already.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          “One of the real deals de jour is the Syria situation, not the reporting on it.”

          The revolution will not be televised. Just having fun here. No sides. JimBob poking his nose into wherever he’s not supposed to stick it.

        • mkey says:

          Come, again?

          I maintain that lives lost are more important than the news their deaths generate. Or don’t generate. They are even more important than drama generated by journalists’ slander against other journalists. Make of that what you will.

          Okay, this statement is even more egregious than the above. As a matter of fact, I cannot even describe to you just how egregious it is.

          The whole of your reply just proves my point further. I don’t see the need to reiterate.

          A statement of absurd defeatism?

          No, a simple statement with a very obvious meaning. Something happened with Sibel to have caused all of this ruckus. A soap opera, as you correctly put it, evolves. Speculate far and wide, night and day, as much as you want, but Sibel and only Sibel knows what’s happening in her head. Unless there is something more nefarious and complicated going on (mind control, body snatchers) only she can clarify and set the record straight or at least straighter considering what’s left of her reputation.

          • candlelight says:

            “Something happened with Sibel to have caused all of this ruckus.”

            If whatever that “something” was that “happened” was nothing more than soap opera, then so be it. Then I would agree wholeheartedly with the first part of what you’re saying, about the actual living and dying in warfare somewhere on the ground, anywhere on the ground, as being more important than a soap opera playing out between the egos of oppositional parties, be they jounalists, or what have you.

            But, long, long before all is well and good, I want to know exactly why this most heralded 9/11 whistle-blower-cum-journalist of alternative news freaked out on two journalists who for all intents and purposes where relaying as well as anyone can, an honest and accurate account about said warfare on the ground.

            It’s been nearly 17 years since 9/11, and to my knowledge not one of the perpetrators nor any accomplice has yet to come forward and admit their role. And yet no significant organization for 9/11 truth that I know of has folded their tent and disbanded. On the contrary, the gathering of hard and circumstantial evidence has been continuing.

            I contend that the importance of Sibel Edmonds’ legacy in the 9/11 truth movement, based upon her involvement molding public perception of the event warrants she be entered onto the list of suspects contributing to it, until such time as that little untoward, fiasco causing “something” is adequately understood. And she’s welcome to be as tight as a clam for all it matters, while she, her historical timeline, her associations, are thoroughly and fully scrutinized.

            The only positive note is what you posit of her remaining reputation.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              She went all postal on them because they turned down her offer to work for her. This is a pattern with her. She has that “under my thumb, or against me” attitude. JimBob who is very particular about where women put their thumbs on him.

              • candlelight says:

                Your description is perhaps, at best, a mere outline of the “what” of the matter. And in no meaningful way explains the “why”. Such and such happened – she went postal. I want to know why, and if it’s a pattern with her, I want to know the why of that, too.

                One must keep in mind that if Corbett didn’t expose her, she wouldn’t have seemed to have gone postal at all. In fact, it would have seemed as if she was doing an admirable truth-digging job, calling out two very unsavory and dishonest journalists who are essentially on Assad’s payroll. She very possibly would have succeeded in completely discrediting them, which was her goal.

                In attempting to accomplish this, having nothing to work with, she resorted to an entire bevy of distortion and lies worthy of a well honed agent of disinformation.

                If this is what she’s capable of, and as you say, is part of a pattern, then every last thing she’s ever come out with in the past needs to be scrutinized, including while she was with the FBI.

                If nobody thinks this matters, good for them. It matters to me.

                And hopefully it might matter to some who see the ramifications of getting to the truth as clearly positive and worthwhile.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              The “why” of what anyone does is beyond me. Very little of what we do has a why that others can understand. Personally, I find it to be mostly due to her personality. Which I think I’ve covered enough, and admitting that no authority has ever claimed anything I ever said as valid. JimBob who just thinks she is slap dab crazy and this is the kind of stuff slab dab crazy does.

              • candlelight says:

                Er, ah, Santa?

                Do I really need to spell out the “why”?

                C’mon, give it a shot.

    • spoonful says:

      I discovered James when Sibel interviewed him on her website. Sad to see her descent into madness

  3. Rufus Kohn says:

    When criminallity becomes the norm.

    I was wandering James, when criminality in government is a normal thing how that norm will spread in society. Could there be a point when society takes over the norm of their leaders. If we see our leaders lie and cheat will it not be much easier for everyone to think that is normal to cheat and lie? I am thinking of only of all the subsidies for companies and civillians how it seems ok to play the system. There are loads of examples in the Netherlands where I live. I wonder how that is around the globe.

    Once we become dishonest there is a danger of losing the sense of the real value of the things around us. If we cheat we didn’t really earn of deserve them. This may result in losing our way, our moral compass. And that brings me to the question: if the norm is that behavior, what can we expect next?

    • philomen says:

      Great Point Rufus “Could there be a point when society takes over the norm of their leaders”. History has shown us how Local and/or Global Leaders (present-day governments and corporations) have determined the moral norms of society and that their followers (the people) are a mere reflection of such phenomena. Whether the Princes tell the Gods what to do or whether it is the other way around, religious conversions of Popes, Princes and Lay-Leaders have politically changed the course of geo-political economics through the mass conversion of the mob. In Shakespeares’ Julius Caesar, the people are denounced as ‘rabble’ and the Merrian-Webster Dictionary defines Rabble ‘as a disorganized or disorderly crowd of people; a mob’. As much as I would like to hope that the 99% could organize themselves into action, I am convinced that people are influenced (through fair or foul means) by their leaders, often against their best interests, in lay and religious settings alike. In relation to the rise and fall of Civilizations and Empires, I believe that the decline occurs when moral decadence has become so widespread that the people see their ’emperor as well as themselves with no clothes’. In stark nakedness, facing cultural dealth, pretentions fall by the wayside and credibility is lost while others see through the lies and deception. Their last ditch-effort against certain defeat is an attempt to take others down with them. Perhaps, we could look at the bigger picture, through Gulliver’s eyes, in the land of the Lilliput’s, and question WHY OH WHY are people so easily fooled when they assume they are so smart. Hopefully, James, we could have some discussion on this.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        Cultural constructs are mind control. And totally imaginary. JimBob whose imagination is enhanced at the moment.

        • TampaDave says:

          Such cultural constructs as “community” may be designed such that they serve the needs of all its members. And nothing which is put into practice is imaginary any more. Possibly analogous to Gods and currency, constructs have as much reality as it has people who believe in its reality. Possibly our entire universe only exists because beings such as ourselves believe it does. Unfortunately, don’t have any cites handy for that one.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            Such cultural constructs as “community” may be designed such that they serve the needs of all its members.

            They are normally put into place in order to make life simple enough for the community to easily understand the rules by which they are ruled. Just because something is imaginary doesn’t mean it doesn’t have real world consequences. What we are really talking about are systems. People like me love systems because they are so much fun to play with and mock. Those who believe the systems exist are limiting their own power. Everything that is not physical is imaginary and can be changed. By the way, you don’t really need citations for this one; it’s a philosophical question which is inferred (directly and indirectly) by most philosophies. JimBob who likes to shock and awe with his redneck philosophies whenever it dang well suits him.

    • redrose says:

      I live in a small town in a poor county on the Oregon coast that has above average retirees and veterans of all ages. There are antiwar folks here, but not many.
      On Facebook, when people blame all the false flag shootings on guns (second amendment), or on video games, I used to try to explain false flag, controlled events. That didnt work, so instead, I now say that it’s possibly because our government is in wars all over the world. We are killing millions of people who are no threat to us. We are the terrorists.
      That does get a few positive responses.
      I am dreading a 911 false flag to make more young people sign up. We do kind of have the economic draft with so few living wage jobs here.
      It is heresy to even say “Support the troops. Bring them all home.”

  4. john.s says:

    James, I would like to see your intelligence and thoroughness applied to the issue of electromagnetic pollution and especially smart meters. These are being rolled out worldwide almost simultaneously. There is copious research showing severe harm to humans and the environment. But the origin of this technology and its use as surveillance and “soft kill” to use a term from Alex Jones, deserves a well researched and thoughtful approach that I haven’t seen yet, except in the excellent documentary, “Take Back Your Power,” available at But even there they don’t delve deeply into the hands of the elite in all this. Please consider covering this issue. Thanks. John.

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      I too would be interested in special coverage of this issue. With additional emphasis on cell phone tower and WiFi frequencies.

    • mkey says:

      I’ll second this. We should provide some links to research that has been conducted already. I think TCR member zyxen pointed out to some interesting studies recently.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      I’ll third this one! Also, Catherine Fropovich has a lot of work in this area. I don’t really see 5G rolling out like they want though as it is a very expensive way to do any mind control. Most people already just think as they’re told anyway without this little bonus. JimBob who don’t keep no wireless phone on longer than he has too. They can just leave a dang message if they don’t like it!

    • TampaDave says:

      Detecting weaponized frequencies would be illegal, but useful for personal safety.

  5. Fawlty Towers says:

    Any thoughts on the Toronto van attack on Monday?

    What are the chances the suspect would still be alive today had the attack taken place in the U.S.?

    • justine.k says:

      Fawlty Towers – see my comment above re: TO van attack, would be interested in your take on my post, what would be the purpose of this event

  6. mkey says:

    I haven’t noticed much since I don’t browse this kind of sites, but some local “media” I skim once or twice daily carried this pulp fiction.

    Recent Iranian shipments to Syria concern US intelligence

    I fully expect that crazy uncle Benji will be pulling out his bomb diagram soon enough.

  7. sheryl2939 says:

    Is the corporatization of America, or THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, through the Act of 1871, and the development of District of Columbia too far out there. You know, the Straw Man issue and the sovereign citizen? I know someone who is obsessed with it and so I’ve looked into it and it’s pretty interesting albeit complicated! Have you ever addressed this before?

    • TampaDave says:

      A very important issue. I’ll be watching for a reply to this one. Are we “vessels” under Admiralty Law, and is that what is practiced in our courts?

    • I Shot Santa says:

      I used to pay some attention to this, but I admit I lost interest. The problem I had with it was that it required me to acknowledge the system itself had some validity to rule over me. That was when I lost interest. JimBob who can’t even rule hisself and ain’t asked nobody to give him a hand in it either.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Oh yeah, I forgot. That act was repealed in 1874. JimBob who just has random bits of trivia floating around in his noggin.

  8. Nocompromize says:

    Explore the Canadian College Professor : Jordan Peterson vs Canada’s attempt at forced “Newspeak”

    • manbearpig says:

      Thanks for bringing this to my attention!

      I’ve only had ten minutes time to explore this subject but it seems at such a quick glance,

      that the professor’s very laudable position has been hijacked by the media (as representative of the establishment in need of perpetuating its power over the masses) to further rile emotions in the relatively superfluous sexual identity sphere in order to divide people further, keep them distracted from important issues and appeal to their unreasoning emotions, bandying about highly emotionally charged words such as “nazi”.

      Deep, nuanced subjects are impossible to constructively explore in the spotlight of the media.

      anyhow, thanks again. Interesting.

      ps: seems the bill IS an attempt at thought control through regulating what language should be used. A total infringement on human rights. Extremely dangerous. A provocation to lead people into the very mess Mr Peterson’s in.

      • manbearpig says:

        again, I’ve only just discovered this topic but

        It reminds me of the scandal caused by Chomsky’s preface to Faurisson’s book questioning the existence of gas chambers I believe it was…

        Chomsky, receiving much criticism for having written this preface for Professor Faurisson’s book, would vehemently defend himself by (justifiably) waving the banner of free speech (citing Voltaire?) that if it doesn’t exist for even your worst enemy then it doesn’t exist at all.

        Of course, then Chomsky went on to call Faurisson “sub-human” or some such synonym, for his ideas about gas chambers.

        And THEN Chomsky went on to become the very emblem of the Gatekeeping profession.

        So in the case of Peterson, I suppose we must be careful of the creation of an icon of free speech who might later deliberately mislead us or ridicule truth-searchers on topics of equally considerable importance as the JFK assassination and the mass murder of 9/11…

        • manbearpig says:

          “…we lose our humanity…”

          Chomsky didn’t exactly say “sub-human” – This is exactly what he said in reference to Faurisson and his book:

          “…the Holocaust was the most extreme atrocity in human history, and we lose our humanity if we are even willing to enter the arena of debate with those who seek to deny or underplay Nazi crimes.” -Noam Chomsky

          He reformulates ever so slightly this same statement at 9 minutes and 6 seconds into this video:

        • manbearpig says:

          “…we lose our humanity…”

          So chomsky used the huge rucus caused by his prefacing the book to effectively stigmatize anyone who would question the official version of Nazi war crimes –

          might Mr Peterson do the same?

          Chomsky didn’t exactly say “sub-human” – This is exactly what he said in reference to Faurisson and his book:

          “…the Holocaust was the most extreme atrocity in human history, and we lose our humanity if we are even willing to enter the arena of debate with those who seek to deny or underplay Nazi crimes.” -Noam Chomsky

          Links to appear above following moderation.

          (I took off the “http://www” but the engine put them back on again causing the temporary censorship of my comment)

          • I Shot Santa says:

            “…the Holocaust was the most extreme atrocity in human history, and we lose our humanity if we are even willing to enter the arena of debate with those who seek to deny or underplay Nazi crimes.” -Noam Chomsky

            Wow. I guess the Gnostic extermination, the Armenian genocide, the ones in Asia, etc. weren’t nothing compared to the ever dwindling (this by the Aushwitz jews who are the only “authorized” ones to give us numbers) number of jews who were killed. I’m not anti-semitic, but I am against cowardly, murderous pillagers of the very semitic Palestinians. JimBob who once took a college course on the Middle East and during a debate between a Rabbi (former terrorist) and a regular guy Palestinian became an ardent anti-zionist just like everybody else who heard that psycho rabbi stun everyone with his ignorant hatred. JimBob who ain’t never liked no KKK types no matter what they say they are.

    • mik says:

      Yes, sure. But not just his anti-newspeak activities. He is talking/preaching pretty much about everything, pimping all kinds of bs.

      Jordan Peterson: Inequality and hierarchy give life its purpose

      Not just that we should be “striving” for inequality and hierarchy, they are also natural state of affairs.

      Jordan Peterson on Wealth Concentration & Normal vs Pareto Distributions

      So why would anyone even ask:

      “What can you do about income inequality?” Jordan Peterson

  9. HomeRemedySupply says:

    North Texas Drinking Water APRIL 2018
    aka “Dallas For Safer Water” .com

    Lately, I have been very busy with life and with the local drinking water issue in North Texas.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A few highlights…

      There are two large water treatment providers in the Dallas area.

      The Dallas City Council administrates the water for Dallas and 25 neighboring suburbs. Since 2013, the fight against water fluoridation has been ongoing at Dallas City Hall.

      The “North Texas Municipal Water District” NTMWD handles water for the affluent northern Dallas suburbs and an array of other regional communities.

      Around March, NTMWD did a “chlorine burn”. Many people and pets had reactions, some dramatic. A few citizens started making noise and comparing notes, especially with Facebook. You can see a video of people’s skin reactions and also listen to the concerns during the “City of Allen Water Quality Town Hall Meeting” of 4/18/18.

      Extraordinary Grassroots Growth & Activism
      Within one month, from just a handful of folks, the quantity of concerned citizens questioning authorities grew to more than 12,000.
      A large part of the momentum was the result of Erin Brockovich drawing attention to the issue. In the beginning, the Press tried to disparage her. She briefly came to the North Texas area on April 5th. The Press clamored to get into the event.

      All kinds of things are still happening.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Some recent enlightenment about North American Drinking Water Treatment.

      I have been discovering some issues about the treatment methods of the public drinking water system which I had not been aware of. Many of these aspects are stated on the website. It is a tough situation. We got some nasty water full of contaminants going into faucets and showers. And viable, healthy solutions are tough.

      – Reliance Upon Authorities –
      Watching the “City of Allen Town Hall”, one can see the NTMWD Executive Director (an ex-General) talk.
      He justifies hijacking URLs in order to divert citizens to the NTMWD website rather than the Activists’ website.

      Another aspect, is the mention of EPA standards by the local government officials and officials with NTMWD.
      This is the same EPA which boldly lied, “The air is safe to breath”, shortly after September 11th, 2001 despite the science saying otherwise.

      The EPA is well known for lying and covering up the truth about many things. The EPA is notorious for dragging its feet on effective change in standards.
      In fact, surrounding drinking water treatment standards, the EPA often refers to technology from the 1980’s.

      It was good to see citizens confronting authorities.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Making the Issue” on a local level – NEWS – Dallas/North Texas area

      We are having success impinging at a local level about the water issue.
      Local is a sphere of influence which we have better control.

      Thursday April 19, 2018 – CBS Channel 11 (North Texas area)
      POLL shows that a huge majority of folks do NOT trust the safety of the drinking water. Only 15% trust the water safety.

      We have an event lined up for May 15th.

  10. manbearpig says:

    But what about the bill he’s reportedly contesting? I must learn more about this…

  11. archives2001 says:

    Luv to hear your take on up and coming blockchain competitors/alternatives such as Hashgraph, etc, James.
    I understand Baird won’t release his patent on Hashgraph even tho it may prove out to be superior.

  12. Fawlty Towers says:

    1984 in 2018

    If this Trump promise is kept it looks like fun times ahead for all.
    First it was visas, then passports, then interstate crossings, then intercity movement, then inner-city movement, then…

    “President Donald Trump’s promise to institute ‘extreme vetting’ of foreigners entering the United states to prevent terrorism.

    In a broad expansion of the information gathered from applicants for U.S. visas, the federal government is proposing to collect social media identities from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States, according to a State Department filing on Friday.

    The proposal, if approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), would require most immigrant and non-immigrant visa applicants to list all social media identities they have used in the past five years.”

  13. I Shot Santa says:

    James, I have yet another question for you. I know, I’m being both greedy and lazy, but that’s me in a nutshell anyway. It seems to me that we are either being warned/conditioned for a dollar collapse. Personally, I don’t attach that much importance to it, it’s just funny money anyway. However, we have people like Ron Paul (this is second hand info on my part), Peter Schiff, and others claiming it to be imminent. In fact, the David Stockman news clip which I just posted on the Syria Facts thread mostly covered this very topic. I know that we are constantly being told of the just around the corner coming collapse by every end timer on the web, but these are some of the saner people out there. At least in my redneck opinion. Since I don’t believe the powers that cower are unable to rig the system, it leads me to believe that we are being conditioned for a collapse. Do you think there is any validity to this argument, or do I just need to ease up on my web surfing? JimBob who once again advises you to paraphrase anything I write. Just don’t want to see your business model implode like that.

    • mkey says:

      We can guesstimate on the dollar collapse all we want, but it has to be acknowledged that the global financial system is being played from all sides and in circumstances fundamental principles don’t really apply. Used to be that if you diluted the money supply you’d find yourself in a pickle soon enough, but with these zombie economy systems, where almost everyone holds enormous amounts of made up debt, anything goes so it may just so happen that a collapse of such magnitude could occur that the demise of the almighty dollar will be an afterthought in comparison.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        I agree whole-heartedly on how it is being played, it just struck me as weird that Schiff and Ron Paul (or at least his center) mentioned imminent. I’ve not heard that before out of them. JimBob who don’t have that many dollars to collapse in his wallet anyway so he don’t worry about things he can’t control.

        • mkey says:

          I didn’t know Schiff made such estimates. He appears to have a solid track record, but most of these financial guys tend to estimate stuff quite often.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            He was saying around the end of this month or next month. I didn’t listen to all of it though as I don’t buy the premise that rational thinking has had anything to do with our currencies in any of our life-times. JimBob who wonders how so many incredibly stupid people are able to pull off so many events which require intelligence. I’m talking state here.

  14. I Shot Santa says:

    James, I just know you’ll be happy to hear that I have yet another brilliant request to make of you. I remember you said that you wanted to catch up on your actual, real, live, sweet-smelling, book reading. So I thought, why not help you? This is the part where you should usually start running but I promise it’ll be fine this time. I also remember you said you wanted to start on more solutions oriented content. Why not a Solutions Orientated literary review. What could go wrong? JimBob who is pretty sure James is grinding his teeth about now.

  15. mkey says:

    I’ll just leave this here, conduct ridiculous beyond belief.

    CNN Reporter Sniffs “Poison” On Air

    The way Dore handles propaganda is with counter propaganda. Propaganda is based on repetition so he repeats factual information and independent findings quite a lot. For this reason, the more pertinent part of the video starts at about 3:15. Worth a watch, especially if you suffer from a bit of constipation, material like this will open you right up.

    • VoiceOfArabi says:

      hahahahahahahahaha…. this is so funny… Question: Are CNN audience really this stupid?

      • mkey says:

        The CNN audience is probably rather old on average, probably 55+ and I have to assume they have been under the spell for way, way too long to even question anything. Well, most of them anyway.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        The answer is YES! And so are the reporters. Remember when Rachael Madcow got so excited about trumpy’s tax returns? That was hilarious! Anyone who has ever filed taxes would know that she played the complete fool on that one. Stupid is so entertaining. JimBob who loves to be interviewed by reporters as he gives really in-depth and supportive statements, but at the end he always declines to give permission for the reporter to air it. Yes, I’ve done this twice and the looks on their faces are priceless!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        “Reporting live from Saudi Arabia” – CNN Fake News & Gas Masks
        Here is an old 1990 Gulf War CNN broadcast…donning gas masks.
        Read the YouTube Notes.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          I remember seeing that one. Not when it was news, but when it had become a legend! Funny, I never had the authority to make them turn off those annoying sirens. JimBob who lives in a state of pure amazement at the childish nature and skill set of our exalted leaders and those who worship them.

  16. Oscar says:

    New Group of JFK Assassination Documents Available to the Public:

    In accordance with President Trump’s direction on October 26, 2017, the National Archives today posted 19,045 documents subject to the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 (JFK Act). Released documents are available for download.

    As permitted by the JFK Act, agencies appealed to the President to continue postponement of certain information beyond October 26, 2017. The President provided agencies with a temporary certification until April 26, 2018 to allow for a re-review of all documents withheld in full or in part under section 5 of the JFK Act and directed agencies to “identify as much as possible that may be publicly disclosed” and to be “extremely circumspect in recommending any further postponement.”

    Based on reviews conducted by agencies in accordance with the President’s direction, the National Archives released 3,539 documents on Dec. 15, 10,744 documents on Nov. 17, 13,213 documents on Nov. 9, and 676 documents on Nov. 3 of last year. The 19,045 documents released today represent the final release of documents in accordance with the President’s direction on October 26, 2017.

    [Press Release – Thursday, April 26, 2018]

  17. Oscar says:

    Bizar. Watch presdident Macrons hands and fingers…
    He was just dying to get those horns out there!

    Trumps, Macrons wave to the crowd from the White House balcony

    • mkey says:

      Is that a taunt? Astroturfing? Throwing a curve ball? Insane blind belief? A dare? Golly.

      • Oscar says:

        Macron is using a symbol/sign – the devil’s horns – to signal that he is a member of the team: the New World Order/Illuminati/Cabal (or whatever you want to call them).

        That’s the theory (or maybe fact?) anyway. It’s not my expertise. I’ve no idea whether it’s true or not as I’ve never reasearched this subject and I’ve only seen it on my peripheral vision thus far. But another example of a symbol would be the pyramid’s All-Seeing-Eye as a symbol for the New World Order for example. You can see this All-Seeing-Eye on the one-dollar bill.

        A quick search just now on google on the sign that president Macron of France makes, yielded the following link to illustrate this:

        A quick search on the Corbett Report regarding symbols and signs only yielded the following link:

        But James’ Episode 137 has some show notes, among which a documentary which he highly recommended to watch: “Eye of the Phoenix: Secrets of the Dollar Bill.”

        James’ description of this documentary is as follows:
        “A must-see documentary on the dollar bill and the occult fascination of the political elite.”

        That particular show note link does’t work anymore, but if you perform a search for this title yourself you get a video that does work:

        Another interesting guy on this episode is Freeman Fly who predicted that 9/11 was going to take place on September 11, based on symbols.

        The only thing is that James’ Episode 137 is from 2010, which is nearly eight years ago and as far as I can see it’s his only one on this topic and he hasn’t said anything on signs and symbols since.

        Admittedly, I just did a brief scan of James’ episode so I might have missed something, but nothing indicates to me that he covered hand symbols like the one (devil’s horns) we just saw president Macron doing.

        So that might be interesting to know if James sees any significance to all these hand-signs all these celebrities seem doing.
        If he does see significance to these handsigns (meaning: that the Cabal uses them to signal among themselves), and he explains why he thinks so, that would be interesting.
        If he doesn’t see significance to these handsigns, and explains why not, that would be good to know as well.

        In any case, this would be my most plausible explaination for why president Macron did what he did with his hand-sign.

        • mkey says:

          That’s was a very detailed reply. However, there’s still some room left for the possibility these guys are just messing with us, at least I’d like to hope so. It would be better to have them trying to mess with us, instead of believing in satan.

          I don’t put much stock into satan and symbolism, but these people certainly look like they do.

          I haven’t seen James mention these issues that often, but they do bubble up to the spotlight quite often. Like the Information Awareness Office logo.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            I’m convinced they really are this idiotic. The closer we get to these morons, the more we realize we have vastly over-rated them. JimBob who thinks these leaders all rode a very short bus to their school.

          • Oscar says:

            For the theory to be true, I don’t think you have to actually believe in satan. You just have to use the symbols (and probably do other stuff) in order to signal you are part of the team.

            This would be in line with the concept of kakistocracy.

            James did an excellent podcast on this concept:

            A small excerpt:
            “Kakistocracy is defined as “rule by the worst.” Today on the program Dr. Tjeerd Andringa of the University of Groningen joins us to discuss his theory of how the kakistocracy uses child abuse to perpetuate their control, both over the victims of that abuse and its perpetrators. We also discuss what the vast majority of decent and moral people can do about this problem.”

            As for president Macron? I came across this:

            Macron Exposed As Former Rothschild Banker, Groomed By Pedophile:

            Is it true? I don’t know. Maybe. Could be. You tell me.

    • pearl says:

      Last September, Prince Harry did the same thing with Melania, which I interpreted as a passive aggressive mocking gesture designed to sustain the impression of Trump vs the world.

      • Oscar says:

        Interesting. More and more I’m beginning to think this isn’t a coincidence.

        • justine.k says:

          Hi Oscar – I also noticed in comic disbelief the move that Macron did with the Devil horns- I wondered if indeed he was signalling something to someone.

          I think it was worth bringing up in this thread, not sure it is up James’ alley but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t put stock in it. Best to focus on Macron’s lies about Syria if one is to look at Macron.

  18. m.clare says:

    Social Engineering 101:

    April 6: Humboldt bus crash discussed non-stop by EVERY Canadian
    April 23: Rental van used as lethal weapon

    PROBLEM: too much vehicular freedom
    REACTION: something must be done
    SOLUTION: trucks and buses are to be equipped with automation (i.e. braking and steering over-ride…what could go wrong?)

    Whether accidental or staged, never let a good disaster go to waste; the trick is to get the masses to demand the changes we (the psychopathic elite) desire.

  19. Prolefed says:

    I watched Joe Rogan’s interviews with Jordan Peterson. Pretty wide ranging, thought-provoking and worthwhile IMO. You have to agree with much of what he posits, but does anyone else feel he comes across as just a tad too messianic? I have no problem if he feels he needs faith to make sense of the world as long as he doesn’t try to slap that on the rest of us heathens. Would be interesting to hear his thoughts on Anthony Sutton’s research wrt the soviet experiment, current geopolitics and ‘crowd control’ of the masses. Might indicate which way he swings…I’m new to JR. Anyone have any thoughts on what he’s about? I like his style.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Joe Rogan is supposedly a gate=keeper, though I never listen to him. I personally like Jordan Peterson. Yeah, he does sound a little preachy, but he is a professor and he’s been catapulted into fame. I’d call that understandable. However, he is saying a lot of things that need saying. Of course, I hole to the competing ideology belief systems over evil villains twirling their mustaches. Not that they don’t exist. However, just plain old stupidity and greed will account for a lot in this world. JimBob whose main wonder is how can people not realize just how stupid our supposed leaders are? I mean, the DNC emails were a clue.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      By the way, since this sub-set of a sub-set of a thread concerned social engineering; I thought I’d share this video I just saw by some guy called Black Pigeon. It’s on feminism and is about the objectification of women. It’s really well done and freaking hilarious! And also very true. I came of age in the sexual revolution and while it was great; there are consequences. But still, it was really great. He has a bunch of others, but this is the first one I’ve seen. On my Minds page. DopeSmokingHippy. Anyway, I subscribed to his channel based upon this video. Here it is:

      I suspect he is on a short list for survival on Youboob.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      You mentioned Jordan Peterson, so I thought of you when I saw this video. Note the shifting foundations of the argument the equal outcome woman makes as he demolishes her. There were 99 likes when I was there. No dislikes. The enemy is a fraud. I like this video as the narrator has the most awesome commentary to go with it. JimBob who thinks that sometimes memorex is better.

  20. Oscar says:

    Pizzeria owners?

    “Past presidents, pizzeria owners and historians were among the estimated 1,500 mourners at St Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston.”
    [at Barbara Bush’s funeral]

  21. Not exactly a piece of fresh news, as it premiered on April the 5th, but it contains many of the burning and most important questions I keep asking myself:

    If this doesn’t fit the definition of a last wake up call, I don’t know what does.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Just got through watching that trailer. I still find it hilarious when these supposed geniuses keep confusing intelligence and task proficiency. There is a huge difference. Jon Rappaport frequently writes articles on this subject, though as a hyped up push sort of thing in which they really don’t know the basic premises of the arguments they are actually making. Or shall we just say it; Scientism. JimBob who thinks the scientific method is a slacker’s tool rather than the truthseekers friend.

  22. scpat says:

    Iran FM: Trump administration ‘never in’ nuclear deal

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, speaking with Al-Monitor in New York, said that if President Donald Trump withholds the next round of Iran sanctions waivers due May 12, effectively exiting the nuclear deal, Tehran could resume its nuclear program “in a much more advanced way.”

  23. HomeRemedySupply says: and affiliated website have been seized
    Around April 6, 2018

    We have an “Water” event coming up in the Dallas area on May 15th.

    I was going to post an EVENT listing on Dallas Backpage. But it looks like the Feds grabbed it.
    (Under “EVENTS”, previously, I had Corbett’s “How Big Oil Conquered the World” running for about 6 months in the North Texas area.)
    Wayback machine

    Feds seize controversial classified ad site amid scrutiny

    Backpage has been harassed for years. Some years ago, I bought my first Bitcoin because all the credit card companies would not do business with Backpage. I needed the Bitcoin to place a 9/11 Event ad.

  24. HomeRemedySupply says:

    More on (my above comment is pending moderation).

    Evidently, some interactive websites with ‘personals’ are fearful of this new law created in April…
    H.R.1865 – Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act of 2017
    H.R.1865 — 115th Congress (2017-2018)
    04/11/2018 Became Public Law No: 115-164

    I recall MainStreamMedia publishing a vast array of stories surrounding sexual abuses some months ago. e.g. Harvey Weinstein

  25. scpat says:

    Google, Big Tech and the US War Machine in the Global South

    …3,100 Google employees submitted a petition to Google CEO Sundar Pichai protesting Google’s involvement in a Pentagon program called “Project Maven”.

    …More recently, details about Project Maven emerged. The project uses machine learning and deep learning to develop an AI-based computer vision solution for military drone targeting. This innovative system turns reams of visual data – obtained from surveillance drones – into “actionable intelligence at insight speed.”

    …The AI performs analytics of drone footage to categorize, sift and identify the items the DoD is looking for – cars, people, objects and so on – and flag the sought-after items for a human to review. The project has been successful, and the Pentagon is now looking to make a “Project Maven factory”.

    The article goes on to document Kissinger’s war crimes in Asia and Africa and the buddy-buddy relationship between he and Eric Schmidt.

    …On April 6, 2018, Kissinger welcomed one of today’s new tech leaders, Eric Schmidt, to keynote the annual Kissinger Conference at Yale University. This year’s theme was Understanding Cyberwarfare and Artificial Intelligence. After praising the ROTC and Ash Carter (both in attendance), Schmidt told the audience it is a “tremendous honor to be on the same stage as Dr. Kissinger, and we all admire him for all the reasons we all know.” In his speech, he spoke of how the US must develop AI to defend against today’s familiar adversaries: the “nasty” North Koreans, the Russians, the Chinese. A couple of Yale students were kicked out for protesting.

  26. Octium says:

    One for the Bill Gates fan club

    Electronics-recycling innovator is going to prison for trying to extend computers’ lives

    “A Southern California man who built a sizable business out of recycling electronic waste is headed to federal prison for 15 months after a federal appeals court in Miami rejected his claim that the “restore discs” he made to extend computers’ lives had no financial value, instead ruling that he had infringed on Microsoft Corp. to the tune of $700,000.”

    • manbearpig says:


      • manbearpig says:

        should specify that what I found “priceless” was the contents of the description.

        Haven’t had time to watch the video yet but look forward to doing so!

    • mkey says:

      This looks like a mashup of various issues.

      Firstly, to claim that something possibly illicit was seized and thus wasn’t sold makes things OK, is a bit over the top.

      Secondly, I don’t get what was actually refurbished on these thousands of computers. These OEM machines are being sold as is and the license associated with them is bound to the machine, not to the actual owner of said machine, like a part of the article suggested. Which initself enables recycling.

      Obviously, it’s benefitting to MS to have things setup like that, but in the end, it’s their fricken software. They bind the license to a hardware id and it can’t the transfered.

      If those OEM boxes had much of the hardware replaced, windows would possibly not activate on them and as such the install DVD would be of no value, besides providing some convenience. However, if those restore disks contained preactivated software, that’s a whole different matter.

      • Octium says:

        I’m pretty sure in this case nothing is being transfered or upgraded It’s just a matter of restoring the same computer back to how it was when it came from the factory.

        If you by a new PC that comes with a Windows restore DVD you are within your rights to run the DVD at any time on your own computer and restore it back to how it was out of the box.

        The problem arises when for whatever reason the original DVD has been lost. Microsoft licensing does not permit others to give or sell copies of the original DVDs even thought there would be no difference in the outcome as to whether people used an original DVD or bit-for-bit copy of one.

        You are not getting anything for free as you still have to enter a number from the PC to re-activate it through Microsoft.

        That makes it very hard for recycling centers as it very rare that dumped computers comes with any of the original parts or DVDs.

        In an ideal world, the recyclers could just install a copy of Linux on the machine and it would work better that when it was new, however the sheeple* like their slave operating systems.

        Moral of the Story: If you care about the planet and it’s people, don’t by Microsoft (Or Apple)

        *offense intended!

        • mkey says:

          Based on my experience, sometimes these “restores” don’t ask for activation, I’m not certain what happened in this situation.

          I agree windows could have been easily dumped and this problem would have been nonexistent. There’s a tide shift going on and MS will see a decline in the binary compatibility dominance. Nothing massive for the time being, but we’re getting there.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            That sounds interesting, even though I have absolutely no idea what you are saying. Of course, I really did have to learn how to use a slide ruler and an abacus in school. And yes, I had pocket protectors as well. JimBob who is hopelessly behind in computers now.

  27. GE⊕ says:

    I found the implications mentioned in this article on Global Research to be particularly disturbing and worthy of further investigation.

    The Moment of Truth Has Come! What Now? Threat to Life on Planet Earth: Ozone Dying and the Deadly Ultraviolet Cosmic Radiation

    By Prof. Claudia von Werlhof ( Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.)
    Global Research, April 26, 2018

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Uh, without even reading the article, I do wonder what a political science and women’s studies professor knows about the ozone layer. Sorry, I took one women’s history course in college (A) and felt like everything was my fault. JimBob who notes that while there were laws prohibiting stick size in beating women, there were none regulating the size of the frying pan on men.

      • GE⊕ says:

        Actually her report is based on this scientific study by Dr. Marvin Herndon together with Raymond Hoisington and Mark Whiteside, who have their respective research results just published in the “Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International”, Vol. 14, Issue 2, – titled:

        Deadly Ultraviolet UV-C and UV-B Penetration to Earth’s Surface: Human and Environmental Health Implications

        There are more references linked in her article.

        As she is from Austria, most of her publications on this topic are in German.

        • manbearpig says:

          This is quite something else than the newsletter version of the study. I was too tired and hasty to do anything right yesterday night and so I linked the wrong study.

          My apologies to Geo. I can be a real twit.

          The following passages jumped out at me reading the correct study he linked above:

          – “…In approximately the year 2010,
          presumably through a secret international
          agreement, jet-spraying of particulates into the
          atmosphere became near-daily in intensity and
          near-global in range. The covert aerial particulate
          spraying was conducted without informed
          consent of those breathing the contaminated air,
          but with orchestrated false information, including
          in the scientific literature…”

          – “…ongoing geoengineering may be causing a disruption of
          the ozone layer, endangering all life…”

          – “…Coal fly ash contains a
          concentration of the toxic elements found in coal,
          including arsenic, chromium, thallium, and
          radioactive elements, to name a few. Coal fly ash
          also contains environmentally harmful elements
          such as mercury and chlorine…”

          – “…On numerous occasions the assertion has been
          made that no UV-C radiation (100-290 nm)
          reaches Earth’s surface [16-18]. Here we dispute
          that assertion, using spectrometric
          measurements that indicate the probable
          debilitation of Earth’s biota caused by the levels
          of UV-C radiation we recorded over the course of
          one year…”

          – “…This inaction begs the
          question: Is NASA complicit in a covert global
          activity, such as military ‘national-defense’ aerial
          et-spraying of toxic coal fly ash that poses
          serious risks to life on Earth?…”

          – “…We provided introductory information on the
          devastating effects of UV-B and UV-C on
          humans, phytoplankton, coral, insects and

          – “…Acknowledgements:
          We thank Dr. Hector L. D’Antoni for sharing the
          raw data from his important 2007 report on
          measurement of solar UV-C radiation at Earth’s
          surface. We are grateful to Environmental
          Voices and its donors for providing funds for
          laboratory and publication fees. We thank
          GeoengineeringWatch for locating an individual
          whose gift, along with other contributions, in part
          made possible the UV-C detection system…”

          This is a March 2018 article and is thus more recent than the February article I linked mistakenly.

          • manbearpig says:

            Having said that, we must keep our eye on confirmation of these results (though they will of course be disputed)

            to avoid the possibility that the thinning ozone layer and geo-engineering become the “common enemy” sought after by the Club of Rome thus becoming the next “Man-Made Global warming” crisis that justifies all sorts of restrictive measures like

            chasing us out of the sun

            and into “solar-protected” smart cities.

            (now I’ll stop hasty posting and get down to some real work for my employer…) 8-/

            (and as I posted the wrong study last night we at least have results published the month before to compare with Geo’s posted study, for what it’s worth…trying to find the sunny side so to speak…8-))

            Thanks to Geo for posting the study in the first place.

            And happy may day!

        • manbearpig says:

          About the authors of:

          Deadly Ultraviolet UV-C and UV-B Penetration to Earth’s Surface: Human and Environmental Health Implications

          J. Marvin Herndon of Transdyne:

          Raymond D. Hoisington of iRay Spectrametrics:

          I found nothing on the net about iRay Spectrametrics

          Both the name and “the company” only call up the article itself

          Mark Whiteside of Florida Department of Health in Monroe County

          Has published previous papers with Herndon on coal fly ash in tropospheric geoengineering

          The very few peer-Reviewers of the above-mentioned article seem on the whole vaguely positive with very little commentary except one that speaks of vital flaws in methodology or instrumentation which Hendron refutes and accuses of being a professional paper retractor expert.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Only a quick read, I always hated reading those type of documents. They are as much fun to read as the insurance contracts I used to have to read. However, if I understood it correctly, chemtrails mmmmmm bad? JimBob who wonders why those articles seem to be designed to hurt his brain.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Dear Santa shooter. Maybe you are getting high and detached so much from reality that you are not capable of understanding what the meaning of what you read means anymore?. It should hurt what’s left of you brain. Martian Barre the infamous guitarist of Jethro Tull fame, said and I quote ” use your brain” in response to a question about crowd interactions.
        Stupid is as stupid does Forest. Roll a big fat one and dope-out cause that thingy you read that hurt your brain, is what Corbett is all about. The Cassandra call to arms. However we collectively as a nation have been destroyed by our lackadaisical attituid to the machinations of the Rhoades, Milners, Rockefeller and the brave new worlds of Huxley’s and Bushes. Its too late Santa you have not got it. Think about what you lost you fool. Ellana Freeland really doesn’t give a hoot about Sybell and Beesley drama cause there is something a whole lot more important than that going on. Wake Up and smell the roses. Yeah you are going to get wet cause you should piss yourself for being so apathetically ambivalent. What part of world wide die off don’t you understand. That’s what they said they wanted and were going to do when they got all the nessesary parts in place. Guess what jimbob their ready to act and what smart ass quip will be your, mine ,everyone’s(<)less the1% ,epitaph? Billybob this is it.
        Corbett here is your question . Is total spectrum dominance the start of their move against humanity? Is it real important as I have tried to tell hobknob or am I full of it. Where does it rank in line with the 300 other attacks against humanity you so eloquently brought to our attention! On heavy spray days my fathers 90 year old throat coughs up blood for 3days following, so yeah it has gotten some attenuation here.
        Im with GeoSays , I am through with doing what the Rockefellers want. And yeah Im going to get wet before I quit. Yesterday was a new day but its an old day now. Time has run out for us and as sick as it makes me to say it i am to blame as much as any dope smoking fool as jimbob. # no more roper doper.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          Maybe you should roll one. I don’t live in fear nor do I go around calling people stupid. I’ll respond to you if you ever decide to act like a grown up. JimBob who ain’t nobody’s b$tch and don’t cotton to @ssholes.

        • pearl says:

          Dang, why so mean? From the bits I’ve gleaned from JimBob’s comments over the last year or so, he’s served plenty of time in the trenches, military and corporate. I gather he’s doing just fine being a good neighbor, minding his own business, living life and letting others live theirs. Even with half his brain tied behind his back (as Rush Limbaugh says), his contributions here are insightful, engaging and often hilarious. As I understand the Corbett community, freedom to be and mutual respect is what it’s all about.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Pearl dear. And Santa shooter,&MBP what is funny about beating a woman? So “without reading the story” You sorry you didn’t read the paper or sorry you are a massaginest woman hater. Must be the later from your meaning in the next line you wrote. Maybe I misunderstood jimbob,however, I take beating woman seriously, is it sport where you come from?. It has never been acceptable anywhere I have ever been.
            Do you realize how brave it was of Professor Claudia Von Werlhof to produce this news release in today’s,charged politi-science enviroment.She is supporting 3 scientists who stuck their necks out to produce this proof. These people who are in opposition have murdered men to maintain the agenda. Ted Gunderson was one such person. They risk their lives as well as careers and any hope for future grants and work in their respective fields to expose the lies of climate change and the military industrial complex weapons development.They are going head to head with N.A.S.A. and the MIC. Global Research Copywrited and supports their efforts. Michel Chossudovsky is also affiliated with Global Research. ManBearPig,I shot santa Mal-stated so much to hurt what they truly represent . What you have done is insult a woman without reading the news about a “Proof” presented for the first time on the most serious matter in world history. You have not helped people who might otherwise wake up to something news worthy by not fully grasping what is being revealed and will certainly turn away inquiry with the efficiency of the trolls of the USAF disinformation and misinformation factory. That’s dope. It is too important an issue to ignore the discrediting and deliberate misdirection from the truth of what the powers that shouldn’t be are doing . On this platform, I agree it is open free and flowing but should you first look at the link before making insulting sexist derogatory comments and how can you not expect some feedback? To all woman and men I know being beaten with any size anything is not acceptable.
            To the gist of the letter and the content I will take issue with the content being slightly more than an insurance contract. In summery, the woman who wrote the news letter Professor Werlhof says you are going to die. The other woman says in her supporting book, from 2000, on the subject “if we loose any more ozone
            all agriculture will end ” do you think we will get by somehow if that happens? Less hysterical than that other woman who wrote the news letter, the men said, at the PDF file site of their proof ,but not in the news release,”we’ll see if their proof can pass mustard and if it does than in a clinical way,we will prove NASA knew about Uv ABc at ground level in 2007 and did nothing and all the patent holders lied about the satellite data and computer modeling data at extreme danger to the public and in a less hysterical way, prove without a doubt the ozone deterioration is caused by Solar Radiation Management and the Military Space Fence full spectrum dominance and ,we will all die.”
            Cognitive dissonance or dope , not stupidity.
            This is the first crack in an otherwise perfectly orchestrated mass murder scheme. It is very dangerous for these people to expose and challenge this crime.Do you have children ? There dead in 20 years is what this news letter is saying about this proof. Get it. It ain’t that funny, I have buried one child too many and want to not out live my other. So attack the messenger who does not like clowns who condones beating woman and laughs at the murder of one person much less so 3 billion. Thank you GeoSays. You were right I also found it was disturbing on many levels.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              If you were in front of me, I would beat you to death for those accusations. But, you are hidden safely behind your keyboard where you can talk all the crap you want. If you don’t believe me, ask HRS how rednecks respond to such idiotic drivel. You disgust me as a human being. I will never even acknowledge your presence again. I’m sitting here, reading your slanderous, immature babbling (or at least the first few sentences which is when I became furious at the level of stupidities you spouted as if you mattered) and I am literally trembling as I write this response. I don’t have the first iota of respect for you and am ashamed that I’ve ever wasted my time reading anything your ignorant self has posted. I will waste no more time on you. You are dead to me. JimBob who ain’t kidding. Not even a little bit.

            • pearl says:

              “Maybe I misunderstood jimbob,however, I take beating woman seriously”

              And yet, you proceeded to lay down 588 more words condemning him. Humor can be a tricky thing, often misunderstood. And for those who have suffered domestic abuse, it is no laughing matter. Apart from The Corbett Report, daily I keep up with the abuses happening from within mainstream, evangelical christianity functioning under patriarchy; it’s extremely personal to me, so I do get it. But from where I sit, you’ve got the wrong man. He’s just playing around, making fun of the politically correct. When you have to explain a joke, the humor is long gone.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                He’s an idiot. He referenced the end comment I made concerning the laws regulating the size of the stick in beating women. It’s at the beginning of this sub-thread. If he got that out of that comment, he’s too stupid to get it. I just can’t stand rude people. JimBob who thinks that those too lazy to develop their minds and manners, aren’t really human at all.

              • pearl says:

                Yeah, I got that. Much ado ’bout nuthin’, imo.

            • redrose says:

              I am trying to figure out what you are saying about and Michel Chossudovosky.
              I have been supporting them for a long time!

          • I Shot Santa says:

            While I am sorry this rolled out on this site, I cannot honestly apologize. I meant it. I take a hard line on my non-aggression policy. I have never treated anyone like I was just treated. But then again, I was raised by humans, not vermin. JimBob

            • candlelight says:


              Looks like you’ve been reamed a nice new one – with something a bit stiffer than a bottle brush!


              Ironically, your initial reactions were, in their own way, funnier than you usually are, if you’ll forgive me saying so. 🙂

              But, listen, go back and read what generalbottlewasher was saying, forgetting for a moment that it was you, personally, who got the b$tch slap (to put it mildly), and also read your comments as well mbp’s. You might find that between the two of you, the entire subject matter was dissed, one way or the other, from top to bottom…. I don’t think I need to go in point by point, or enter quotes.

              Anyway, for someone as deadly serious about this subject matter as generalbottlewasher (gbw), I see where the frustration and anger is coming from. But, that’s not to say gbw couldn’t have handled the anger better, but, if you stop to look at the very possible truth of just the bare bones of the subject matter, which is truly downright grave, you may understand why gbw couldn’t suffer the lightness and/or sarcasm with which you guys touched upon the matter.

              Now, don’t go getting me wrong, I clearly understand just how pissed you got. And, yes, as “bad ass” as you may be at times, you didn’t deserve (nor would anybody) to get reamed out like that. Plus, it may have served gbw’s interests a whole lot better by being a little more chill.

              In any event, between the true seriousness, in objective terms, of the subject matter, and gbw’s expressed very strong personal feelings on it; just because gbw basically lost total control of, say, the edicts of the commentator’s guide to etiquette, doesn’t mean in any way that gbw isn’t human, it doesn’t mean gbw is vermin, and lastly, it doesn’t mean that it’s much ado ’bout nuthin’.

              There’s another interesting aspect to all this:

              In gbw’s anger and rage, there was brought out the idea of trolls among the commentators. Specifically, gbw mentions USAF trolls. Besides United States Air Force, I have no idea what USAF means in conjunction with trolls. But, nonetheless, the idea of trolls happens to be a subject that NOBODY ever seems to bring up. Of course, I could be completely wrong, as I have only been posting for roughly 4 weeks, or so. If you, or anyone else knows if it’s been mentioned, it would be interesting to know.

              At any rate, from a very, very, simple, basic logic, one would have to deduce that there could be any number of trolls posting on The Corbett Report.

              Such an idea/reality would make a very interesting question for James to delve into. No?

              Out of control, or not, and however sharply you may loath to hear this, I have to thank generalbottlewasher for bringing it up, this business of trolls.

              Here’s something on the subject from Natural News:


              Be good!


              • I Shot Santa says:

                Trolls? You mean those people whose logic circuits are so impaired they make ANTIFANS look like Vulcans? The ones that always start out with personal attacks anytime they feel there is a danger of rational discussion? The ones that will twist your comment concerning how cute that kitten was into a denial of the lizard invasion from the star system spincter? I didn’t get that far, but I’m sure NO ONE is this thread fits that description. No, I don’t like having functionally illiterate rude sub-humans who tell me I need to quit smoking weed so that they’ll make sense to me. While, I don’t even consider myself the most intelligent person here (merely the one with the least moldable mindset), I am hardly stupid. I didn’t get any further than when he suggested I am a woman beater. I am particularly sensitive to that as my EX has hit me with a frying pan, and many other household objects her being the psycho beech that one expects from be a hell-spawned demon. I don’t plan on reading that post either, as his logic makes my pre-frontal cortex throw up. JimBob who (just to throw nitroglycerine into the fire) did a wake and bake because he was motivated this week to try and learn those crazy exercises those hot young women were doing in those videos. It’s a work in progress. A very long process.

              • pearl says:

                Good points, Candlelight, and delightful humor as well. But, are you saying that the part JimBob referenced earlier, indicating the sub-thread being the source of gbw’s verbose agitation hurled at Jim was not an overreaction? Because that’s what I meant by much ado, and I stand by it.

                As for the original topic being drowned out, it’s unfortunate, but not JimBob’s fault. The day we have to start walking on eggshells around here, I’m gone.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                I agree my reaction was bad, but I’ve never claimed to be anything other than what I am. I am that crotchety sort of anarchist. JimBob who always tries to point out his own faults so people know just who their dealing with. This post-script reads more aggressive than I meant. I’m all about transparency.

              • pearl says:

                Whoops…my poor wording led you astray, JimBob. That’s not what I meant. I need to re-phrase my question to Candlelight:

                JimBob originally mentioned taking a history class taught by a woman where he learned that there were laws on sizes of sticks used to beat women, but humorously noted that there was no mention of sizes of frying pans used to beat men. This caused BottleWasher to hurl all manner of insults and accusations against poor SantaKiller. I stand by my conclusion that Washer’s reaction was much ado about nothing. I gather you disagree? That is not to say I brush off abuse. For anyone familiar with my comment history here, they’ll know that’s not the case.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                No. I agree. And even on my reaction. I was just pointing out that I ain’t ashamed to mention my flaws. But, as I pointed out in a previous post this morning, I was sore from deciding to try and get where I can do some of those crazy exercises you see those hot young women do. So I am heavily medicated. But I’m still going to do those exercises. JimBob who ain’t got nothing better to do than whatever crazy thing it is that he’s doing.

              • pearl says:

                Ah, yes! The mental picture you’ve provided of a hippy attempting aerobics has brought levity to my otherwise dull, gray overcast morning. But re-reading your earlier comment, I’m horrified to learn that you hate cute kitties and feed them to giant lizards! This means war! 😉

              • I Shot Santa says:

                I know, I’m quick to slap any lizard messing with any kitten. cute or not. JimBob who isn’t doing acrobatics, but trying to learn extreme calisthenics with a nearly 58 year old body. And he’s gonna git ‘er dun!

              • mkey says:

                Lizards have to eat, too.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                I was looking for a snappy come-back; but you got me. JimBob who you would think he’d be in a creative enough mood to have a come-back for that; but nooooooo..

              • pearl says:

                Good attitude, JimBob. Looked up calisthenics, and it sounds like an excellent alternative to the gym. Good for you! I may just check it out myself…tomorrow.

                mkey, you’re right! Nature’s a b*#!^.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Pearl, I would like to reiterate that my level of ability is like daycare to their Post-Doctorate level. But I’ll get there.

              • candlelight says:


                Don’t tell me you’ve been channeling Larry the Cable Guy all this time? He’s up there in the top ten. About your EX giving you the frying pan was très funny!

                Talking about the aerobics video you’re watching, now’s as good a time to lay it on the line with you:

                A couple of the videos that you linked in the past few weeks, right, were amazingly sexy and voyeuristic in nature, yet were totally “clean, innocent, wholesome”, if you know what I mean. First I’m thinking where or how did this dude find these vids? And thinking this guy must be something of a genius lol (sorry to say, but, I’m actually being serious)

                Okay, about those trolls, no, that’s not what I meant. But, you know what I meant – I guess? In fact, a guy who can find those under-the-radar vids like you have, may even do well with a little troll searching, himself…. 🙂

                Pearl: It was obviously a fairly decent santa joke about the regulated size of the stick vs no limits to size of frying pan. In fact, it definitely registered a smile, for sure. But, the point I was trying to make was gbw wasn’t going in for any jokes, being on edge, which gbw clearly, clearly was – mentioning an extremely personal issue regarding burying a child, and worrying about the next – there isn’t anything that can cause more distress in this life than that. If what was said is taken as being truthful, then for that alone, gbw should be cut some slack, lots of it.

                While gbw’s posts were by far an absolute overreaction, the very essence of it and root cause of such anger and rage is really not a trivial matter. That’s why the expression you used, even though I fully understand the context of why you used it, doesn’t feel appropriate in this instance. Then, again, I wasn’t the one who was attacked, which would certainly alter ones sensibilities, mine included.

                Now, about those insidious trolls on board here…..?

                How many, and who? 🙂

              • pearl says:

                Doesn’t matter. You’re doing it now and will only get better, stronger, faster…(cue million dollar man theme song).

                Now, earlier you said to mkey, “I was looking for a snappy come-back; but you got me. JimBob who you would think he’d be in a creative enough mood to have a come-back for that; but nooooooo..”

                I came up with a response, but actually self-censored so as not to offend (aka walking on eggshells), but now I’m thinking I must as a matter of principle. So, here goes…

                Mkey said: Lizards have to eat, too.

                My response: Aha! So you do hate & beat women!

              • pearl says:

                Thanks Candlelight. I hear what you’re saying and must concede that while I had a softspot upon reading of BottleWasher’s personal loss of a child as well as his own elderly father’s nosebleeds on chemtrail spray days, I neglected to address that understandable pain and simply focused on his lashing out at the wrong man. Call it my faltering on walking the thin line between compassion and accountability.

              • mkey says:

                I do hate and like to beat women. Children too! I usually get to it as soon as I come back home from my daily pillage. They may threat me with the Islamic convention all they want, but considering it came from Turkey, I don’t see it as being very effective.

                Spare the whip, honor the Islamic convention, as the say around these parts.

              • pearl says:

                See?! See?! That troll of a penguin. I knew it all along.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                I didn’t read that far in either one of his posts. And I don’t really feel like killing my buzz right now; so if I do, it’ll have to be later. However, I would like to add that trolls and dis-info don’t usually bring sources to the table. Nor are they in the business of engaging in meaningful dialogue. That last one may place me under suspicion though. Mkey, I’ve always found it sadly hilarious that the majority of people who study the New Testament are Muslims. JimBob who says crazy stuff like that all day long in the Bible Belt of N. Florida.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                One last thought. Even an attempt at redneck diplomacy to Mkey. Why don’t we compromise and let the lizards have the little kids and spare the kittens? Deal? JimBob whose neighbor is a pillhead and keeps her grandchildren there for the pill money. Two future serial killers that I probably shouldn’t keep in terror of me as they’ll be looking me up later on. But, I am looking forward to that day. Little demons running around and making noise.

              • mkey says:

                I don’t think it would be fair to decree what the lizard people ought to be eating without having them at the table. What is this, the new world order? I may be a child beating wife hater, but I ain’t no globalist.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                You may have a point, but I’m looking at them thar lizards as outlanders. I’ve always felt that negates the need for representation. JimBob who still keeps a shooter off in the woodline when the negotiations begin.

    • GE⊕ says:

      Some previous Corbett Report articles on weather/climate manipulation:

      Geoengineering: The real climate change threat

      Interview 544 – Michel Chossudovsky on Weather Warfare

      Corbett Report Radio 080 – HAARP, Earthquakes and Mind Control with Dr. Nick Begich

    • manbearpig says:

      Dunno… it might explain all the chemtrails but…

      on this one, initially at least, I’ll have to go with I shot Santa who said:

      “…I do wonder what a political science and women’s studies professor knows about the ozone layer…”

      Haven’t had time to study the newsletter article closely but…

      the original source already inspires a certain degree of skepticism:

      “Text above was taken from 13th Information-Letter (April 2018) of PLANETARY MOVEMENT FOR MOTHER EARTH (PBME)”

      Planetary movement for mother earth…?? sounds vaguely like a new age sect…

      And the apocalyptic tone seems to evoke a substitute for the Man-made Climate Change hysteria that’s slowly but surely been exposed even if the “smart paradigm” socio-psychological logistics have already been clicked into place…A substitute that would rally the climate-skeptic/alternative crowd into the generalized panic…

      in order to accomplish certain more or less positive restrictions? An excerpt:

      “Already at the end of the Perm 250 million years ago nearly all life on earth became extinct, because nothing grew any more. The so-called “Great Dying” had then probably the same reason (Gabbattis 2018)…

      …In fact, we have no choice and most of all no time. This is true for all of us, namely “humanity” itself. It sounds unbelievable, but “we” must, objectively, achieve that:

      1. no new radioactivity arises
      2. the military stops supersonic flights
      3. no more missiles fired into space
      4. all ionospheric heater systems closed
      5. the satellites shut down, no new ones installed
      6. wireless power transmissions and
      7. air traffic to be largely stopped

      It does not seem that there is even the slightest chance of getting through with at least one of these points anywhere. And yet, that’s what is on the agenda, whether it’s going to work or not, and whether we want it or not…”

      Can’t say, but if this already probably happened one galactic year ago, and the solutions suggested indeed have little hope of success, then I think we’d be better off launching the massive and rapid creation of underground cities… or something like that… I’m no scientist…

      But those are just the first, sleepy, off-the-cuff impressions of a grumpy manbearpig.

      Definately worthy of further investigation… but after some Zs…

      • manbearpig says:

        Found this so I could sleep;

        the coauthor of the study says:

        “…the findings are concerning but not alarming…”

        The conclusion of the study’s press release:

        “Clarifying causes and impact

        It is not yet possible to assess the consequences that this continuing lower stratospheric ozone depletion will have for humans and the ecosystem. For Thomas Peter, ETH Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and co-author of the study,

        the findings are concerning but not alarming. “The decline now observed is far less pronounced than before the Montreal Protocol. The impact of the Protocol is undisputed, as evidenced by the trend reversal in the upper stratosphere and at the poles. But we have to keep an eye on the ozone layer and its function as a UV filter in the heavily populated mid-latitudes and tropics,” he says.

        With the help of global climate models, the scientists now want to investigate the causes behind the continuing lower stratospheric ozone decline…”

        Not the same hysterical tone as the woman studies/political scientist gaia worshipper’s.

        THE MOMENT OF TRUTH HAS COME!! oh la la!

        nah, the moment of a good night’s sleep has come.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          I only took two classes of geology in college. The minimum. We spent time in groups (a huge waste of time where I did the work as it always works out that way), and we colored the strata layers. I kid you not. We colored them. So almost everything in that article was over my head. JimBob who lost all interest in geology after taking those classes.

          • manbearpig says:

            I’m pretty bad at coloring… so unfortunately I skipped most of my science and nature classes in junior high…wait…(in French “collège” is junior hig)…were you coloring in COLLEGE like UNIVERSITY??? Have you watched
            The Cloud Mystery documentary? Might revive your interest in geology!

            and last night I must have been near comatose as I stuck my answers to geo’s comment under the wrong comment. They should be under his comment posting a single link a little further up.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              Yes, university. It was retarded. And this was in the early ’90s. Before “higher” education went full retard. Of course, one can’t really blame the colleges. By the time the state is done with them in high school, they don’t have much to work with. I remember reading a book in the late ’80s called “Whole Brain” or something like that anyway. They talked of how the average student no longer generated theta waves by the sixth grade. In other words, our most valuable trait, our imagination, is killed off by the time we are 12. Luckily for me, I never paid attention until I was in college. JimBob who actually wound up with a decent education as his socialist advisor in history wasn’t nearly the idiot as the ones you see on the news today. Only the young women made it worth all the money it cost.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          Ah, so I did get the gist of it. I never really know on those articles. The only reason they write them that way is to be as clear and concise as lawyers. In other words, incomprehensible. I actually used to write papers that convoluted, but as you can see, I recovered. JimBob who don’t cotton to five dollar words when a fifty cent one works just fine. Long live Strunk!

      • manbearpig says:

        please disregard my comments posted just under Geo’s last comment. I was a twit on this one. Really sorry Geo.

    • manbearpig says:

      Feedback and fallout from the provocative and preoccupying study posted by GEO: You have the score and comments by peer reviewers on the sciencedomain link just below.

      And the second link provides a “Debunked” article and discussion in the comments section for anyone interested. Intriguingly, no one really seems to address the bombshell “chemtrail” aspect of the study, only the inadequate measurement tools and stray light negatively impacting the accuracy of the measurements…a troll way of ignoring a topic into non-existence?:

      Average Peer review marks at initial stage: 7.5/10

      Average Peer review marks at publication stage: 9.5/10

      Self-professed debunkers:

      “…What they fail to realize is that 0.3% of very bright sunlight is still a lot of stray light falling on the UV-C portion of the sensor…”

      • I Shot Santa says:

        Forbidden Knowledge recently linked a video which talked about chemtrails. It’s been big business for a while. I haven’t watched it.

        • manbearpig says:

          I’ve been talking about chemtrails to friends, family and students since 2008 so my son has pretty much grown up hearing me talk about this. Sometimes he asks me, in earnest and not sarcastically (the only one) if I’d noticed the incredible chemtrails that had indeed been sprayed that day. Friednds sometimes jokingly send me textos or say later “Oh, I though of you the other day when I saw the lines in the sky”…

          The thing that is confusing is that such personalities as Lord Monckton mock the notion of chemtrails… he’s not the only one… Kind of like gatekeepers… ??


          What if the whole Man made climate change hoax was (among other things of course) a PR effort to keep attention off the depleting ozone??

          Deep state: “Climate skeptics, sure, we need’em, not a threat, easy to stigmatize…Just keep’em off the topic of the depleting ozone! Especially in connection to the spraying!…”

          Cass Sunstein: Got it!


          so late for the hamster wheel…as usual… 😯

          ps: I’ll take a peek at your video asap, tonight probabely!

          • I Shot Santa says:

            What if the whole ozone thing is to keep us from talking about skyfence? Isn’t that supposed to be launched about now? JimBob who thinks skyfence might also be there to keep us from……

      • GE⊕ says:

        I was surprised and regret the sour discussion my post stimulated among some on this list. What is missing in online discussions is body language and consequently, written comments can be sometimes misunderstood and/or misinterpreted. As concerned members of the Corbett Report community, we must remind ourselves to practice online “etiquette” towards each other.

        For those (esp. MBP) that looked deeper into this serious topic of ozone depletion, thanks for the additional links and info. The ETH report (coming from a top university) seems to confirm that this phenomena is indeed happening, however without drawing conclusions. If the investigators referenced in the original article used a faulty methodology, it is good that this is being pointed out by peers. However, it is also necessary that they should have a chance to defend their research. This is how the scientific method should work and also speaks to the power of open source investigation with “all eyes on deck”.

        It is obvious that the human species is impacting the biosphere in numerous and negative ways. The underlying question is how intentional is that impact. Is it simply the unforeseen by-product of our evolution as a technological species or are there elements in society using these technologies for specific and selfish agendas that risk the well-being of all life sharing our planet?

        Thanks to James and TCR for keeping us awake at night.

        • candlelight says:


          True about the sour discussion, but such is life. But, very good that you brought up the topic of geo-engineering, so no regrets.

          And because you brought it up, I thought I’d share this:

          Earlier this evening, while standing next on line at the pharmacy counter, was a middle-aged woman picking up her prescription of pills, and she started to ask the pharmacist about the pricing. It was costing her $30.00 for 30 pills, whereas 90 pills would have cost her something like $68.00, a huge savings that she hadn’t know about. The pharmacist mentioned she should discuss it with her insurance company. Apparently she has no insurance and it was out of pocket for her. Anyway, she made this quip about pharmaceutical companies screwing us every way they can saying sarcastically “I guess their not making enough money”, then looking down and shaking her head she muttered something or other concerning “corporations” expressing incredulity…. It was then that I almost told her as a joke, wait until they start selling us the air we breath. Though I didn’t tell her my joke, as she left she gave me a smile and apologized for holding up the line. She was, indeed, a very nice woman.

          Okay, so, why this anecdote? Well, we are well aware of the program that’s been in place for some time now of literally clouding the atmosphere with a stew of nano-particulate aerosolized matter, and they seem quite intent on continuing with this poisonous, ill-conceived program. But, to what end?

          Well, what if the joke I thought to tell this evening wasn’t a joke at all? That is, maybe by the time they’ve completed their program, that is, if they ever stop; access to clean air may one day become a commodity. And, if not the main focus, a side avenue of profit for the capitalistically spirited.

          It’s unfortunate that the absurdity of such a thought is, in fact, no more absurd than this insane, systematic poisoning of the earth’s ecosystem from on high.

          If poisoning the earth is not the specific intent, then the true motive must somehow be of greater importance. And what could possibly be of greater importance than health – more power and more wealth.

          Unless, we’re got it all wrong, and it’s really all about altruistic, conscientious, and civic-minded individuals, with the power to do so, deciding it was in the interest of humankind to first kill the planet in order to save it.

          You would think that if the stated concept, however flawed, of shielding the earth in order to reflect sunlight to keep the earth’s temperature stable was instead having a measured deleterious effect on the health of organic systems, they would do the wise thing and cancel the program. But, they’re not.

          It’s mind blowing. And insane.

          • mkey says:

            Regarding your last paragraph, you do know how government works? How utterly idiotic bureaucrats get? It’s litterlay an idiocracy, even if we assume there isn’t something nefarious going on, it sure as hell is an idiotic and illogical affair.

            These people actually think and believe they know better. And considering how stupid the person on the street is, they probably do.

            Regarding spraying, I think some consideration should be given to theories put forth by the person behind the weatherwar101 youtube channel and website, which, encapsulated, states that industrialization has collapsed the natural function of atmosphere thanks to which natural cloud seeding has become as good as impossible. So, they start spraying in a frantic attempt to start clouds along with massive evaporation.

            If this theory holds water (pardon the pun) “they are poisoning us” theory looks tame in comparison. One could stop the poisoning scheme somehow, but if the atmosphere is damaged to such extent things will get ugly.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            Candlelight and Mkey, once I understood the full extent of human existence can almost entirely be explained by people being either monumentally stupid or insane, life made a lot more sense to me. It is usually fun to watch; it’s just better for all concerned if you keep your distance. It really is a tough call to make about science being good or bad. I’d call it a coin toss. However, if you had told me when I was a kid that I’d be buying water that I could get by just turning on that spigot hooked up to that well what had NADA put in it; I’d have told you that you were nuts. Also, remember when they were doing just that? Those O2 shops are still out there. So I guess you’re not a prophet. Welcome to being a historian. And yes, mkey. I spent ten years in the military and five in both college and finance. Stupid doesn’t begin describe it. That’s how I know it don’t matter what they got to bring to the fight, as they’re too stupid to know how to use it. But I’m not; and I’ll get it. Just saying.

            • candlelight says:

              mkey, santa

              I like your term “idiocracy”: A blind populace who “see” perfectly well.

              It’s difficult to assess, on any given topic, what exactly is going on, but I would like to think, at least, in this age of the information highway, and disinformation byway, that I can still believe that, even now, that my eyes don’t deceive me. But, who knows? I also would hope that my mind can still arrive at logical conclusions if given enough information. Though, if I may paraphrase what Mr. Corbett mentioned – it’s all about the(quality of) information. He’s right. Evidently “information” has become, and perhaps has always been, in the nature of a jigsaw puzzle. Disinformation is equivalent to having half the pieces you’re working with surreptitiously thrown in from various other puzzles that may seem similar, may seem like they belong, but actually don’t.

              WeatherWar101 strikes me as an odd website. Anyway, it’s a new one on me, so it would take some time to look it over. I’m not familiar with the Nexrad grid of weather radar, and certainly WeatherWar101 has its own theory which postulates that said grid serves two purposes – one stated, and one not stated, the latter for actively modifying the weather, rather than just monitoring it.

              As for chemtrails, the immediacy for me is as simple as opening up my eyes on any given day. It’s a no-brainer.

              But, even at that, look at the dissonance. To wit:

              Here is santa’s link which was at first quite a “wow” experience. It had me wondering how amazing for the individual/s to come away with so many photos that are no less than mind blowing! They blow the lid right off the whole controversy. Awesome! Way to go santa!


              But then, I find this – a big, big let down:


              By the way, santa, I’m in no way pointing any fingers at you. If I had seen your link, I might have posted it myself also, giddily, in fact. But, it’s obvious that in reality disseminating the information derived from these two opposing websites requires a good deal of specific knowledge on the subject matter. In any event, there’s still plenty of room for this debunker to be debunked, to be sure.

              For one thing, my eyes tell me this debunker could very well be full of it. And like one commentator basically asks this guy towards the bottom of the link – yeah, you’ve told all this stuff except for one thing, what are they spraying up there in the sky?

              Fun and games.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                I would like to point out that I stated I had never seen the video. I usually just get the headlines off of the Forbidden Knowledge subscription. It serves my purposes that way. Devious, Machiavellian redneck that I am.

              • candlelight says:

                Machiavellian redneck that you are? Does that mean you don’t need a gun to blow your mind?

                Yeah, I remember you said you hadn’t watched it. But, even if you had, would you have known that all those canisters, piping and controls, as sophisticated as they are, were just for a little innocent water ballast manipulations for testing the effects of different loads upon the aircraft?

                Though, wouldn’t the truth of statements such as this be easily borne out by sifting through appropriate textbooks and/or industry manuals?

                At any rate, the various systems depicted in the photos sure look like they were designed to hold and distribute a whole lot more than simply water, like the debunker claims. These system’s designs look like they’re closer to handling compressed gas, rather than water.

                One of the more dramatic(read insidious)examples of aerosol geoengineering I’ve observed are aircraft seemingly identical in coloring to the large white planes depicted in your video link, flying at super high altitudes, flying in a direct line, lineally one after the next. As soon as one disappears, another follows. And all streaming a white trail behind them; at various times flying typically either in a NNE or SSE direction. These aircraft seem most reminiscent of a Boeing KC-46A Pegasus here.

                Here’s a link Northern Californians giving testimony concerning aerosol geoengineering. The video is already years old, but nonetheless extremely informative:


              • I Shot Santa says:

                Oh, I put NO thought into any of that stuff on the video. I never really care about the videos which supposedly “prove” chemtrails exist. I ain’t trying to convince anyone. The way I look at it is that if they’re too stupid to know that contrails don’t exactly last forever; then I don’t want to talk to them anyway. But yeah, those are very good points and are also an excellent demonstration on how easily it is to fool us now that we have so much information coming at us all at once. The mere fact that we have so much information coming will degrade our critical thinking skills (they work best when I’m in pondering mode). I don’t even worry about what they’re spraying either. I just want them to stop. Science is the most arrogant religion. Just like fundamentalists of every religion. And almost always hilariously, hatefully, wrong. JimBob who used to get his feet x-rayed in the local shoe store even though you’d’ve thought Madame Curie’s death from those invisible rays which kinda violate your materialistic philosophy but that’s a whole nudder story and yet you used them on us kids.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                By the way, just because I like to listen to smart people talk like in that last one; I confess I’m aiming at far less loftier goals for myself. This video does a very good job of illustrating my thought process if I were to ever turn its’ gaze upon something productive. JimBob who really does like this fellars logic in this only video of his that he’s seen.!


              • candlelight says:


                I’ve got a dumb question:

                If you’re saying you “…never really care about the videos which supposedly “prove” chemtrails exist.” and that you “…ain’t trying to convince anyone.”, and also that the way you “…look at it is that if they’re too stupid to know that contrails don’t exactly last forever; then I don’t want to talk to them anyway.”….then, why did you post the video?

                PS: I sat through those 16 minutes of excruciating drivel of Emperor Lemon of planet garbage, belaboring to death some incredibly stupid points of non relevance, only to agree at the conclusion of that 16 minutes of complete waste, in absolute terms, and as apparently others have for their individual reasons no doubt, that “this is shit” for sure.

                PPS: I don’t think science, or the premise of science is arrogant whatsoever, in and of itself. People may be arrogant, be they religious fundamentalists, scientists, politicians, industrialists, musicians, actors, homeless bums, bankers, billionaires, popes, rabbis, preachers, imams, royalty, anybody past five years of age.

                It’s how science is applied: for the good, bad, or downright evil; that’s the question.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Why would I do this? Because it crossed my mind when the subject turned to chemtrails. How was I supposed to know it was to have such a wonderfully chaotic effect in the thread? I like Forbidden Knowledge, but I usually use it as a barometer of things; not as a source of information. Apparently, the only really useful information this video supplied was that we need to really check the source of any information we receive. But doesn’t this make old Google eyed Schmidt’s statement that it is the quantity of information by which we should measure progress? JimBob who is just far too simple-minded to understand such high-falootin’ notions.

              • candlelight says:

                “Googled-eyed Schmidt” – one of the biggest assholes out there. It figures a guy like that would be content to make an innocuous non statement, especially when this purveyor of doing no evil depends on data collection to pay his… mortgage, no, his…taxes, no, his… God knows what.

                Progress is not measured by the quantity of information, like this fool would like us to believe, so we can, yeah, we can swallow it all, and at that point have zero critical reasoning left in our brains, a point you mentioned earlier.

                To Schmidt, the ‘be not evil’ man, I say what’s important is the degree to which we can absorb REAL information untangled from the massive quantity of “information” that is at our googling fingertips, that may determine progress.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Which is why we need the Heisenberg Compensator to help us analyze this data! Simply by augmenting our biological gobbledygook, we can keep helicopters from flying away even if that scene never made no sense since he wasn’t locked down on nothing. JimBob whose physics keeps it real.

              • candlelight says:

                The problem of sifting through the “information” by checking its source is how then do you determine the veracity, or, borrowing a term, I believe, from Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report, the “truthiness” of the original source?

                Subconsciously, I must be channeling Colbert’s truthiness shtick b/c it’s got such a heavy touch of “falsiness” to it. It’s the perfect terminology to form part of the backdrop for a comedic “news” program to gauge the “truth” of any given subject. Truthiness – how innocently charming.

                Heisenberg Compensator? True that!

              • candlelight says:

                About the helicopters, what helicopters?

              • I Shot Santa says:

                That horrible subject “Critical Thinking” is all we need. But using it all the time is a real drag. And on those helicopters; I’m shocked you didn’t get the Six Million Dollar Man reference where he could hold that helicopter down even though his augmented body parts couldn’t help do a thing in real life. JimBob who was always disappointed in the scientificky mindset of those scriptwriters.

              • candlelight says:

                The Six Million Dollar Man? That was like six million years ago! lol

                I never got into that series, or the movie.

                Just googling it now, there’s a new one coming out next year starring Mark Wahlberg.

                He’s already got a steel plate for a head. lol

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Not a new one! Somethings they should just let stay dead. JimBob who watched Pet Sematary and so knows what he’s talking about.

              • candlelight says:

                Yes, coming to a theatre near you, in 2019. Imagine, your subconsciousness is hooked into the collective consciousness hive, and you didn’t even know it!

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Oh but that would require a small portable device which would allow you to remain connected with everything 24/7. No way we could ever get people stupid enough to go along with that one! JimBob who knows a thing or two about wild-eyed crazy ideas.

              • candlelight says:

                Did you say, or , did I hear the word “microchip”?

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Wasn’t me! Might have been an ELF whispering into your ear. JimBob who thinks that the scarier the tech gets, the less likely those idiots won’t mess it up.

    • mik says:


      there might be a problem with ozone layer, but such a crappy article has more chance to convince me to the opposite. It’s a shame that GR publishes crap like this.

      Let me dissect the article starting with the worse statement:

      “Missile flights contribute to the destruction of the atmosphere because of their propellants, which partly work with plutonium (such as the 1997 Saturn Cassini rocket…”

      Cassini was launched with Titan IV rocket that uses controversial propellants, but no plutonium. Cassini probe used plutonium ONLY for heat and electricity generation. There was no release of plutonium during launch of Cassini because plutonium was cladded with iridium inside the probes’ generators.

      Space launches can contribute to ozone depletion, particularly rockets that use solid fuel where propellant is aluminum powder. Combustion products of hypergolic propellants could also be a problem, while cryogenic fuels produce just water and CO2(in case of kerosene and methane), therefore the only problem can be heat released.

      Rockets can reach altitudes of ozone layer (20-30km) and they can do damage, but that is not the case for airplanes. All air traffic is well below 20km and that stands also for military planes (except Blackbird…).
      How can therefore air traffic contribute to ozone depletion????

      There is also some mentioning of spraying stuff (chemtrails, geoengineering). I’m very interested how can heavy aerosols (heavy elements, coal fly ash) rise almost 10km, like there is no gravity, and damage ozone.
      Looks like DU, uranium in fact, also defies laws of physics (gravity).

      The article lists lots of pollution problems we should be concerned about. But author lacks knowledge and we got inconclusive crap.

      Well, things might be even worse.
      One can see the article as some Gaia sect pamphlet.

      At the end there is a subheading : “The necessary worldwide uprising”

      Call for uprising, probably led by Greenpeace models?
      Pure distraction.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        Funny thing about the “elite” plans; when you print it, they are always found to be just as stupid as the emails in the DNC. I mean? Really!? It’s hard to believe that people think these people are superior. While I know of many that may hold true for; I think most people just have no idea how stupid these people really are until they see what kind of crazy they are planning/doing. JimBob who strongly approves of putting the stupidest people on the planet in charge of everything. Like what could go wrong.

  28. bill_i says:

    I choose to recommend a book I just read: _Phenomena_ by Annie Jacobsen (“The Secret History of the U.S. Government’s Investigations into Extrasensory Perception and Psychokinesis”).

    (It’s just possible that Pat Price, one of many personalities featured in the book, the narrative of which covers events taking place from 1941 to the present, deserves one of James’ Requiems.)

  29. mkey says:

    Pure and utter destruction. Watch and enjoy.

    Comedian Slams Whitehouse Press – Media Impotently Lashes Back

  30. I Shot Santa says:

    I know you’ve covered this subject before; but I just saw this video on youboob (via Minds), and while it was scary; it wasn’t for the reasons they stated. Those home security systems. IOT update?

    JimBob who knows this was an ordinary burglary, and the video did squat, but they sure are selling how it tracks your every move.

  31. manbearpig says:

    About geo-engineering and coal fly ash. These may not be earth shaking links but they are disturbing ones in various ways: the second in terms of the implications of putting out such propaganda and the first as it echos the link GEO put out a day or two ago:

    any thoughts?

  32. justine.k says:

    Last Friday our favorite super genius, Bill Gates, was in the news and making the rounds on scarring everyone on the next flu pandemic (or another bug).

    In the article, he pleads for money for a new “universal flu vaccine” but since it takes so much time to bring a new vaccine to the market, according to Bill, at least we have stock piles of antiviral drugs (by the way, the only currently available drug is Tamiflu and it has serious side-effects like death and suicide – fun stuff!) and an “antibody” treatment (as a doctor, I don’t know what he is referring to and these take Pharma a longtime to develop and they are very expensive, not something you “stock” up, in case).

    Anyway, this makes me worry that a either TPTSB are planning some kind of poisoning/infertility scam via their universal vaccine, OR worse, could they be telling us that they will create a pandemic that will kill off a good proportion of humans?

    I don’t want to engage in fear porn but I also don’t want to dismiss a “message” that we are being given.

    I would really like to know James, take on this as he has diligently covered the Gates-Eugenics connection.

    • justine.k says:

      My post is not meant to freak people out with a doomsday prediction – if a plan is in the works for a dangerous virus to be released on the public – it is good to know that there are some things you can do to protect or treat yourself.

      Starting with a healthy diet to support good immune function, the most important medical tip I want to impart is high-dose Vitamin C – best if possible IV (especially if really sick) but even oral is worth it – well documented for acute viral (also other infections). Only high-dose works as a treatment, like an antibiotic, if you take a low-dose it doesn’t work.

      I recommend looking into it, it could save your life or someone you love – I’ve recommended it to friends.
      Here’s Dr. Suzanne Humphries’s site with video lecture on topic and other links:

      True story: When I attended medical school in 1992 in Toronto, in the 1st month of class, we were ask to raise our hand if we believed Vitamin C was therapeutic (of course with a tone that suggested otherwise). Although, I kinda held that notion, as a 20 yo I was too intimidated to raise my hand among 250 colleagues, only a handful did and they were mocked! First part of medical school, let’s disabuse you of “quaint and quackery” notions!

  33. mkey says:

    South Korea, North Korea prepare for historic summit: What’s at stake

    For Kim, it is a risk to step outside his isolated country and away from the state-controlled media that worships him. Journalists from around the globe will report on his every move and analyze his every word.

    “North Korea will never give up the nukes,” said Lee Young Jong, director of the Unification Research Institute at South Korea’s JoongAng Ilbo newspaper, describing how Pyongyang has long believed that only military force, especially nuclear weapons, could protect it from external threats.

    In return for a pledge to relinquish its nuclear program, North Korea wants two things from the outside world: economic assistance and a guarantee others will not seek to topple its leaders.

    To that end, Pyongyang long has insisted that U.S. troops in South Korea are a threat to its autonomy. Withdrawing those 28,000 U.S. troops has been mentioned as a longstanding precondition to talks of disarmament, an idea strongly supported by China, North Korea’s strongest ally.

    The “troops issues should be handled at the U.S.-North Korea summit. It’s a matter of choice and decision to be made by President Trump’s administration,” said Joo Seung-hyun, a North Korea specialist and defector who now teaches military science at Kijeon University, in Jeonju, South Korea.

    Three years of brutal warfare, with the North backed by China and the South supported by American and United Nations forces, ended in 1953 but without a formal peace treaty. Technically, the Koreas are still are war.

    What could go wrong. The asshole which wrote this article makes me quite sick.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      While I didn’t read that article, I have some really positive expectations for all of this. It’s not like rocket man just walked out there and signed that deal without any consideration of the US response might be. He and Trumpy have been in constant communication. Those 28k troops will be withdrawing. Now the question is; what will we do with them? I think either they will be positioned for China or they will begin down-sizing. I’m really just hoping for that last one. Still, I never thought I’d see what I’ve seen to date. JimBob who also believes that we’ll be out of Syria and Afghanistan pretty dang quick as well.

  34. Mark K. P. says:

    Anyone heard of this Telegram chat app protest going on in Russia? According to the following article by South African Jan Lamprecht the FSB hasn’t been able to hack into this piece of Russian social software ;

    If so . . . so interesting

    • mkey says:

      Interesting indeed. However, in light of recent discoveries, I simply wouldn’t trust any encryption provided by anyone.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      I honestly couldn’t read the entire first paragraph. I’m not saying anything about it’s credibility; it’s just those type of people irritate me. However, my gut instinct tells me that if the FSB says they can’t hack it; it means they actually own it. Also, I’m sure that Russia doesn’t infiltrate neo-nazi organizations like we do. JimBob who has been known to mock a few KKK people to their face. However, there have been a few of those times where he didn’t dare.

      • Mark K. P. says:

        The main problem with people like Lamprecht is that whites are presently being slain and tortured to death in some numbers in S Africa ; black MPs have openly called for their extermination, in the Parliament, and this is beginning to take place in fact. So they’re getting seriously scared and want some serious counter-action. When you’re getting muscled into a race murder queue for real I guess getting stigmatized as racist or neo-nazi loses some of its sting.

        However the article doesn’t mention any FSB sayings ; it states that the Russian government has blocked the Telegram app because the company which owns it refused to hand over the encryption keys, and Putin’s crew claims to need that access to catch — terrorists of course. Who else?
        Author deduces from that that FSB cant crack it. Seems a reasonable deduction, albeit no more than that

        • I Shot Santa says:

          I had understood that, and agree it’s a reasonable deduction. I was just stating my gut reaction. Which I also think is a reasonable deduction. I didn’t really understand the position they were coming from however, just the theme presented. South Africa has a pretty colorful history. Those old Boer’s would tell these whites that nobody allowed them to keep their lands. Boer’s epitomized the effectiveness of an anarchial military system. They were deeply flawed, but also incredibly admirable. JimBob who don’t really expect anyone to understand his standard as to what is admirable.

  35. I Shot Santa says:

    One more (possibly last) suggestion for a Question for Corbett report. While you’ve touched upon it before; how about an expansion of our very perceptions of the control grid. Beyond the simple us v. them approach. My favorite job of all time was working those 20 hrs a week in college. I rarely worked. Instead, I learned how my professors viewed history. The best ones entertained me with the most wonderful stories about us. Perhaps Gore Vidal’s Hollywood would make a good choice. He was my introduction to anarchy, even though I didn’t know what anarchy was at the time. Some article he wrote concerning how the flag was just cloth. Had a quote at the bottom which I’ve always cherished: To be free, one must be willing to fight anyone, anytime, anywhere, and for any reason. Yep; I’m sure it’s no surprise that one struck a chord with me. However, I read that article while I was on board the USS CVN Dwight D. Eisenhower while I was either 22 or 23. These magazines were passed all around by everyone. I don’t remember anyone saying his article didn’t make sense. Everything is how we perceive it. JimBob who must really be annoying James by now. I’m trying to not take advantage of your legendary display of Canadian tolerance; but we all know that’s a long shot at best.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Oh yeah, I forgot to get to the point. In Hollywood, we not only see the birth of Hollywood as a marriage to government. Not through illuminati lizard jews but as a result of human nature. While there may very well be illuminati lizard jews, I’ve got no problem with them as long as they stay away from kittens. One of the many gatekeepers I’ve struggled with is my own perception of our cultural constructs. Perhaps Catcher in the Rye? What happens if we all realize that its’ all just b#llsh#t that don’t matter? JimBob who will now self-censor hisself for suggestions.

      • VoiceOfArabi says:

        Hello I Shot Santa…

        When you say…

        “…as a marriage to government. Not through illuminati lizard jews but as a result of human nature.”

        “…What happens if we all realize that its’ all just b#llsh#t that don’t matter?”

        I think you have hit the nail on the head….. precisely …

        So.. you are saying that Blacks are no different than whites, and Arabs are not more generous than Europeans, and Islam is not that different than Christianity and Coke is not that different than Pepsi, and it is all a construct to make us divided?? OMG what happens to Sunni and Shia’a OMG 🙂

        Off course you are on the money, and it is the hardest fight to fight oneself. There is no way you will get me to believe that cats are as good as dogs.

        Thanks for that post.

  36. NoMeatNoDairyNoProblem says:

    Well, I’m sure I don’t have to tell you this but Kim Jong-Un’s sudden cooperation and demeanor is of great interest.
    I suspect he recently attended what I unimaginatively call ‘The Super Secret Superhero Club Meeting’.
    A meeting in which the PTB reveal (to world leaders, CEO’s and certain A-list celebrities) a secret truth that is so profound it cannot be revealed to the public or anyone else outside of the secret club.
    What secret truth would that be?
    Well, it has to be something mind-blowing and they must be providing extremely convincing ‘evidence’.
    My guess is that they’re providing ‘evidence’ that the world is going to end within a few years unless we all unite and get our shit together fast.
    The boogeyman that’s going to bring this planetary doom could be anything from a heavily exaggerated version of the global warming scare, to an asteroid on a collision course with Earth or an alien invasion that’s already in progress.
    It’s also possible that they reveal an underground breakaway civilization, or some incredible hidden truth about our existence, such as the ‘fact’ that we’re all living in a simulation, or that our planet is essentially a Petri dish created and monitored by another species.
    All I know is that I’ve now seen _a lot_ of well known people suddenly pull a bizarre 180 with body language & behavior that matches Kim’s, and I think The Super Secret Superhero Club Meeting is the explanation that fits most.
    No doubt a lot of Corbett Report subscribers are thinking the explanation is an advanced, refined, 2018 version of MKUltra mind control, and I agree that this absolutely could be the case.

    • candlelight says:

      Yes, Kim Jong-un’s anomalous cooperative behavior is of questionable surprise, or mystery.

      Your speculative humor is outstanding, and I’m hoping it doesn’t put santa on edge – you know, that he might be supplanted in that field, ie humor. Or, perhaps MKUltra mind control….Joke.

      What had crossed my mind with reference to Kim gingerly (for him) stepping over the curb demarcating the border of N&S Korea, was that during this imaginary meeting of TSSSC it was gently whispered in his ear how in brief, yet convincing outline, he, just Jung-un, the individual, may be taken out on a moment’s notice, or, perhaps, all in a few days notice.

      Such a notification would get his smiling personage to hop the curb fast enough. Aye? Anyway, such a silly thought had crossed my mind.

    • Octium says:

      No proof, but I have always though of North Korea as a CIA hangout, So Kim Jong-Un’s sudden turn around is no more surprising to me than J. R. Ewing coming back to life.

  37. HomeRemedySupply says:

    May 1, 2018 – Press For Truth – Dan Dicks
    Interviews Ed Asner about 9/11 and the Lawyer’s Committee

    Dan does some great interviews.
    As some of these iconic truth heroes age, these interviews become very important.

    • candlelight says:

      Ed Asner is old school. No virtual reality. His feet are planted solidly on the ground. And, he’s wise.

      When he says he felt it the day it happened, you know that he understood instinctively that what had just played out didn’t add up.

      It’s a blessing he felt compelled to speak out, especially so not only for his fame, but because the manner in which he does so is so very definitive, honest and matter-of-fact. And descriptive! “Seven league boots” – you have to love it, and truly appreciate and admire him for his insight and also his rarity as an individual such as he is.

      And, HRS is right about iconic truth heroes aging and the importance to hear their message. In fact, I’m not even too sure who might fall under that category of iconic truth teller quite like Ed Asner.

      Thanks HRS for sharing the link!

  38. I Shot Santa says:

    Saw this. Still don’t know if the impact of it has really sunk in yet. Feds to be pulled out of K-12? This is the best thing to happen to education since I quit paying attention to it!

  39. bangkokdon says:

    So Question. Did an Airplane hit the Pentagon? Was it Flight 77? What was it?

    • mkey says:

      Who the hell knows, brother. There’s no actual evidence to support the claim as far as I’m aware.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        From my scant investigations of that day, one did. Loose Change was responsible for the popularity of the extremely small hole in the building. To me, it’s not a question of if it was an airplane. They’ve been able to fly planes on aircraft carriers by wire since the 1950s. But it did help to muddy the waters. JimBob who thinks the conspiracy theorists did a better job of muddying those waters than any dang bureaucrat ever could! I don’t know how anyone can think the so-called public sector can beat the private sector (which I would call the public if’n I was in charge, since it’s the only sector the public seems to be able to get to! But that’s just me.) in anything.

  40. pearl says:

    During a recent long drive, I listened to an episode of TED Talk Radio Hour which I thought pretty good and timely for me personally. Since there have been numerous suggestions here toward self-improvement (i.e. VoA’s mention of a book on trusting that gut instinct, and most recently JimBob’s taking up calisthenics), I’d like to throw this in as well. The link goes to the archive page, and the episode is called “Comfort Zone” dated April 27, 2018. Lots of interesting suggestions from various speakers:

  41. ashley says:


    U.S. Freezes Funding for White Helmets:

    Apparent government incompetence thwarting its ability to perpetrate its own propaganda constructs? Tune in next time on Sick Sad World.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      There is this as well. I posted it earlier. It’s bigger than first glance might suggest. The educational system is a cornerstone of the system. I’m starting to think none of ya want to admit there might just be a changing of the tide. It ain’t about any them either. It’s about us. But some of us just want to control the rest of us. And that’s slipping away. While I don’t like Trump; I think he’s doing some things that benefit my beliefs better than anyone else that seems to be mistaken as to their role in having some say over how I live my life. Anyway, here’s the link I’ve been yapping on about:

  42. I Shot Santa says:

    Is it just me, or does it seem like the very same media which is owned by the people who are considered to be the problem are now promoting the idea they are the problem?:

    And yet, they always told me the revolution would not be televised.

  43. Octium says:

    Looks like Truthstream Media (Aaron and Melisa Dykes) Will be leaving facebook after they release their new video.

    (From down in the comments section of their recent video)

    They Admitted Social Media Is Programming Us

    Well I hope the trend continues…

  44. HomeRemedySupply says:

    (Okay, you can laugh…)

    I have a question. Maybe someone can answer.
    This Spring, the rabbits have stayed our of my backyard garden.
    I have better “rabbit food” than the previous years.
    Rabbits will pass by, look, then hop on.
    I can’t figure out what I did that is different which might be a bunny deterrent.

    Two main things have changed.
    1) I have about 6 rubber snakes clearly visible in the garden area.
    2) My garlic is tall and green.

    I am thinking that the reason might be one of these two (or perhaps both or neither).
    Does anyone know?

    • I Shot Santa says:

      That might be it, though I have never heard of the garlic against rabbits before. All I’ve ever done for rabbits is pee around the boundaries. This might not be advisable to do directly in urban areas. JimBob who grew up learning not to waste anything; even pee.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Yea…garlic powder on plants will keep Peter Cottontail away.
        But, I guess I could start urinating in the backyard… and show off my Texas sized lizard to the neighbors. Unless it is cold. Then it becomes a comedy show as the neighbors laugh.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Like you mentioned, rabbits don’t like urine smells, especially cats.
      And they don’t like garlic smells (powdered garlic will keep them from eating new sprouts).

      Rubber Snakes – It is very common to see country homes with porches putting out rubber snakes all around to porch to help keep swallows from building a mud nest under the porch. That swallow poop gets messy on a porch.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        The rubber snakes made me remember when people used to hang rattlesnakes over fences. I’m sure the snakes did scare off the mice, but these old guys would claim it would scare off all the other snakes. I’ve never felt snakes to be too concerned with other snakes, but they sure thought this. I’m thinking this attitude led to a decline in snakes being so ladyda about being seen by farmers though. JimBob who knows there’s probably more than just one rattler under every country home though that city feller what just has a country address don’t know it and never will.

        • mkey says:

          I seem to remember watching a documentary where farmers or indigenous peoples or some other sort of down to earth folk made rattlers out of rattler snake’s tails which were hung around crops. That sound ought to be known among various small rodents very well, however all nature’s creatures have their ways of learning and looking through these con jobs.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            I’ve watched pigeons perch all around those plastic owl decoys. Of course, pigeons are a lot smarter than people think. I suspect most pigeons are smarter than a lot of the people I’ve met. JimBob who has more than just a passing familiarity with the oddities of humanity.

        • pearl says:

          “I’m thinking this attitude led to a decline in snakes[…]”

          I’ve heard, but don’t know if it’s true, that rattlers here in Texas have figured out that rattling gets ’em eaten by the growing wild hog population, and so they don’t rattle.

          Whenever I encounter a snake, I just ignore them, unless it’s on its way to a nearby bird’s nest, at which point a relocation program is in order – those grapple thingys are great tools. Live and let live.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            I remember reading some article on rattlesnakes where they said just that. Those snakes that gave a warning didn’t make it to pass on their genes! Personally, I’ve never had a rattlesnake (or any other snake actually) ever give me a hard time without good cause. JimBob who notes how the more scared of nature a person is, the more likely they are to be crazy. And that’s why he tells them about the monsters in the swamp.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Rattlesnake Roundups
            Back in the 1960’s, every winter our small west Texas town (Mineral Wells) would have a rattlesnake roundup at the VFW building. They had a 40′ X 40′ walled pen.

            Folks would come in with bags of rattlesnakes and dump them on the floor. Some guy would go and grab one with a pole-loop or hook-shaped tool. Then take him over and milk the venom out into a jar.

            They had booths with fried rattlesnake meat. Some folks would be making snake belts or trinkets. It was quite a show for a small town. My English teacher’s husband lost a thumb playing around with them things.

            How you would catch ’em…
            You get one of those pump sprayers and fill it with kerosene or gasoline. Then you go out to the Palo Pinto rocks which are all over the place and squirt some petro into a crevice. If the snakes were there, they would come out.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              I went to one of those round-ups in the late sixties or early seventies. Moultrie, Ga. My little redneck eyes were just bulging out of their sockets in excitement. The only snakes that have ever really caused me any problems had two legs. I’ve even had cotton mouths be nice and courtly with me before. That is a bit rare though. JimBob who has also had cotton mouths be less than genteel with him before as well.

            • pearl says:

              Rattlesnake Roundups – that’s just wrong. Leave it to Bubba to wipe out the natural predators.

              “The only snakes that have ever really caused me any problems had two legs.”

              I can totally relate to that!

              • I Shot Santa says:

                They use them to get snake venom (though there are some cheaper natural alternatives that don’t do much worse) and they let the snakes back loose again. It wasn’t really the Bubbas who were so intent on wiping out the snakes; it was the townies who wanted to have a country address. And the chemical farmers, they ain’t country either. JimBob who is the sole determiner of who can say their country or not and that’s that!

              • pearl says:

                So they pretty much let them all go! Okay then. My apologies to Bubbas everywhere (though I was playfully quipping with a Jeff Foxworthyian tone – ie “you might be a redneck if you…”) 😉 .

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Well, I’m sure some of them made it into somebody’s gullet. But there ain’t no shortage of rattlesnakes in my neck of the woods. I can vouch for that one! JimBob who finds snakes are might sociable once they figure out you ain’t gonna go all crazy on them.

              • pearl says:

                “Well, I’m sure some of them made it into somebody’s gullet.”

                Hilarious. You do have a way with words, JimBob!

    • Octium says:

      I’m not sure. I didn’t think rabbits were that easy to scare off permanently.

      Where I live the population tends to cycle a fair bit. They almost disappear when the Nazi Scientists come up with a new batch of Myxomatosis and then numbers slowly increase as they become immune to it.

  45. HomeRemedySupply says:

    May 2nd 2018
    NEWS – Iran did 9/11 (Go figure?)
    disclaimer- Sourced from Breitbart
    …“In December 2011, a New York federal court held a hearing and found that the evidence presented established that Iran’s provision of material support to al-Qaeda was a cause of the 9/11 attacks and the resulting damage, injuries, and deaths,” said prosecutor Robert Haefele in court.

    “It is difficult for those injured or left behind to ignore the findings of the federal court about Iran’s culpability,” he continued. “But those findings should not overshadow the mountain of evidence presented against Saudi Arabia, which remains central to the plaintiffs’ case.”

    Iran’s involvement in the attacks has been a source of contention. The lawsuit alleges that Iranian officials supported the plane hijackers with training and other forms of assistance….

    • VoiceOfArabi says:

      Hello HomeRemedySupply,

      It is a sad day indeed for me to wake up to the realization that the “Free-ist country in the world” is no different than the USSR, Nazi Germany, Mao’s China or indeed my own country.

      When I was much younger, i always thought the US of A is the country to admire and want to copy and be friend with…

      However, as i grow old (and grow up), i discover that it is possibly the No.1 country in “state sponsored terrorism” (the Mujaheedeen, Muslim Brotherhood, Al Nussrah, Al Qa’adah, Charles Taylor, etc etc) and have no issue whatsoever about misinforming their own people in the interest of dominating the world by force.

      It is a sad world when Russia and China seems to be a less evil force than the United States of America… Sad indeed..

      • I Shot Santa says:

        How can knowing truth be sad? You can’t change the landscape if you don’t know what it looks like. Though I wouldn’t say them other governments are less evil; it’s just they ain’t big enough to get off the porch yet. Yet. JimBob who notes that they have gotten off the porch in the past and made a pretty respectable showing for the evil crowd.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I hear ya VOA.
        The US of A and its seeming affluence is built on the blood of others.
        Ironically, displaced people from all over the world come here to live and get swept up by its cultural meme.

  46. mkey says:

    Jimmy Dore did some nice interviews these days, they consist of several parts, I’ll link to some of them.

    Dr. Wolf provides some interesting viewpoints and warns that all viewpoints should always be considered before coming to a decision. He also talks about the worker coop corporations, a concept which predates Marxism.

    Marxist Economic Theory Easily Explained w/Richard Wolff

    Worker Co-Ops Are Wildly Successful But U.S. Media Ignores w/Richard Wolff

    Peter Joseph is apparently doing some rounds for his new book. Among other points made he expressed incredulity at worker coops being able to take on world economy, due to immoral competition, which probably makes sense, however with profit margins these corporations have there’s bound to be some room for morality.

    I don’t like some parts of what he proposes as solutions as they sound like a technocracy, but I guess much of that could be mitigated in a real world implementation.

    What You’re NOT Told About Unemployment w/Peter Joseph pt. 2

    Solutions To The New Human Rights’ Movement w/ Peter Joseph pt. 4

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I enjoy many of The Jimmy Dore Show videos.

    • mik says:

      Peter Joseph, as I know, is technocracy. Maybe he changed (I doubt).

      “…all viewpoints should always be considered before coming to a decision.”
      I can’t agree more.

      Our schooling is mostly about analyzing things. Some analytical tools are not even introduced to us and majority is not able to analyze well (seeing all viewpoints). Synthesis is almost not present. Holistic approach is reserved for spiritual domain. Compartmentalization.

      Actually, schooling is not about learning, it’s about to learn to hate learning. That way it is almost insured all education people get is just schooling. And particularly, you are not entitled to connect things your own way.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        And that attitude about schools is why I actually became excited when I read that article proclaiming the federal exodus from the educational system. Killing the DOE almost guarantees an immediate hike in the ability of the average person to think critically. JimBob who don’t like the goal old Trumpy prob’ly has, but is okay with anything that might make his being hisself a little bit easier.

      • mkey says:

        Much of it appears to be technocratic, but it depends how some of it would be implemented. For example, if you did have a big central database managing “needs and wants” the database itself wouldn’t be a sign of technocracy, but the way it was managed. If people could vote on “needs and wants” it wouldn’t really be a technocracy, would it?

        Schools (those most of us attended, anyway) are very efficient at what they do. They produce workers who are stupid just the right amount and stigmatize free spirited people. But things are changing, nowadays you don’t need schools to turn kids into idiots, just give them a smartphone.

        • mik says:

          I’ve watched video you proposed. Peter is still genuine Zeitgeist technocrat. He is fascinated and captive of technology. At the same time he doesn’t understand things well and he is talking about 3D printing of laptops. I’m pretty sure that will never happened, production of microchips is too complex. Replicators would be needed for this.

          What he proposes is all-encompassing solution that resembles Gosplan(USSR) and can’t be made ok with good implementation, because it has fundamental flaws.

          First, people are not just rational agents. Technocratic system can’t accommodate human irrationality well enough (nowadays system strives on it).

          Secondly and most important, economic system can’t be managed like a clearing house of Resources and Wants. At least some resources are finite (could be just in time) and when various wants need the same finite resource and the one is not available for all the wants, then you have a Real Problem. There is a real decision to be made. Who would make a decision and how?

          I think technocratic approach might be useful for managing some segments of economy, for example very complex systems, capital intensive production, production where large scale is inevitable like mining, microchip production…
          Certainly, boundaries of “technocracy” would have to be well defined and under strict control of the people.

          • mkey says:

            At the same time he doesn’t understand things well and he is talking about 3D printing of laptops

            I’m not certain what was he referring to exactly with that statement, but I’m pretty sure people will be able to print most components for a laptop soon enough, microchips excluded. I don’t know, however, how practical nor cost effective would that be. Even in an utopia, cost effectiveness would be a factor, what brings it down is mass production which bolsters consumerism and that’s something that is in collision with much of his ideas.

            In my view, the way forward includes doing more with less. At this point already we have a lot of laptops (and all sorts of other bits of technology) laying around which are perfectly fit for everyday use, minus the battery probably. For instance, I’m still using my now 10+ years old desktop with a C2Q processor in it. It fits my needs, I maintain it regularly and have refreshed it lately with a SSD PCI-E drive. The fact alone this drive works correctly on my decade old motherboard, which was made back when this RAM like persistent storage was completely unknown is a marvel in my book. It required some fiddling on my part, but one can get it working, no problem. Further, my monitor broke down a few times, I soldered some fresh capacitors on the power supply and I had to trim some extra features it had to make it work correctly, but it’s still going strong. One computer less on the landfill, all it took was a bit of knowhow. Do more with less and repurpose, I say.

            economic system can’t be managed like a clearing house of Resources and Wants

            If one would implement it like that, I don’t think they would refer to it as an “economy” from that point onward. In my view, economy is nothing more than a blind belief system, a dogma. It’s all pervasive and omnipresent, yet you can hardly influence it and are basically required to believe blindly that it will get better, assuming you’re not lucky enough to be living in one of the seldom occurring pockets of economic prosperity.

            At its core, “economy” is based on exchange. Two people producing items or providing skills find a way to communicate with each other and come in agreement. This production and acquirement of skills is still ubiquitous, however getting through the regulatory redtape may not make it worthwhile to engage economically with someone. When you overlay the burdening tax system over it (now 50+% in most of Europe, depending on ones’ spending habits) you establish an even more infertile ground for genuine, needs and wants driven transactions.

            So, in my view, general management of resources is not the main problem, but the system which is in place which stimulates completely erratic behavior. Trade agreements, laws written to fit very specific cases, fees on completely unnecessary transactions; these I find to be the culprits.

            But generally, this idea of managing wants and needs through some sort of a database system I find to be feasible. A bunch of records on a public ledger where each member has one vote to cast in the decision making process. This is something I’d like to see implemented in the current state of affairs, something doable with the minimum of changes. Lets assume you have to pay taxes because of you have to pay taxes (pay not attention to the circular statist logic) but you get to have a say how those taxes are to be spent, through some sort of a crow funding platform. This is something that previously wasn’t technically possible, but now casting a vote can be done cheaply and efficiently. If these existent e-citizen schemes are safe enough to provide “official documents” without your physical presence at the counter, then they are surely safe enough to have a vote on how the “tax money” ought to be spent.

            I do not mean to understate the complexity of this issue and certainly don’t want to imply that there is a global solution to this problem. There isn’t and we shouldn’t waste time looking for one. Majority of really important production (like the most essential food production) needs to be managed locally, once all of the trade agreement bullshit is removed, there’s no way one could afford to ship wagons full of garlic thousands of miles across continents and make profit once the shipping costs have been covered. Unless locally produced garlic prices were so high that importing from abroad made sense, in which case I’d consider that to be one of the facets of the free market.

            Remove the redtape and the market will fix itself because people won’t stand long for being hungry.

            • mik says:

              Regarding home made laptop there are more problems not just microchips, but also PCB, hundreds of SMD devices….not practical nor cost effective.

              I wouldn’t trust e-citizen schemes. They are not built for the purpose you proposed. You would need something like e-voting.

              Was YOUR vote counted? (feat. homomorphic encryption)

              In previous post I forget to add GPS to the systems that should be centrally technocraticaly managed. GPS is really so expansive and complicated to install and maintain it would really be utmost stupidity to have more of them.

  47. I Shot Santa says:

    I just thought I’d post this video for those of you who think I don’t take the forth-coming Illuminati Lizard Jew invasion seriously enough. Well, it’s because I subscribe to the “Those people are far too stupid to do anything other than amuse me” theory. In this video, note how Netenyawhoo gets owned by a complete moron on CNN. It also helps if you note that old Neti is taking CNN as serious as any aspiring vlogger you might be supporting yourself, you Russian Bot you!. So what does this make Mossad? Two old ladies at a tea party? When you start to see how their bonds of unlimited power are made of whimsical brainfarts, it’s just a beautiful kaleidoscope of stupid. Note how old Neti has the law and order background. Just like any other vlogger. And he takes CNN seriously! And was owned by an empty, empty, suit. JimBob whose mind went down that rabbit hole and he ain’t come out yet cuz thar’s lots of rabbits down there and why the heck do ya think he went down there for in the first place?

    All that ranting and I forgot the video link! So much for my world domination plans if I can’t even get that one down.

    • VoiceOfArabi says:

      Hello I Shot Santa,

      I agree with your “forth-coming Illuminati Lizard Jew invasion” ideas on this post, and i also agree with a previous post you made about Human Nature.

      I don’t think the topic “HUMAN NATURE” is taken seriously in any of the alternative media news including this one…

      I mean, I wonder how many people on Corbertt Report would turn a “100% Trump like” if put in the same condition as Trump and all those “Lizards”

      What if all of us are “TRUMP like” and we only turn once we are put in the right condition? Clearly it is about percentages, but what if it was something like 90% of people are “Trump like”… What then.

      I would like to ask the master denier of “forth-coming Illuminati Lizard Jew invasion” (AKA James Corbertt) to do a report on Human Nature and possibly a poll of all Corbertt Report members to help us understand it.. If we don’t understand who we are, then we are in trouble.

      By the way, the “forth-coming Illuminati Lizard Jew invasion” spend millions (if not billions – facebook is one of the tools) to understand Human nature to be able to control us.

      • mik says:

        In my opinion, James already made video about Human Nature.

        Look for: How to Herd Your Tax Cattle.

        Part of the video, that is particularly revealing, is lecture:

        Philip Zimbardo- The Lucifer Effect

        About the lecture in one sentence: there is not much that can be said for certain about the human nature in general, except that it is plastic like clay, it is molded by circumstances. This characteristic is excellent for survival, but also a curse when abused by misleaders.

        Otherwise, I support your idea about James making a video about human nature.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          Character is mostly artifice. We usually don’t even know ours until it’s being tested. If you really look, you’ll find lots of cracks in it. We can’t live our natures if we don’t look though. I find it interesting though how we react so differently today when people question the existence of the state. Just a few years ago, most people would have shut down their minds to the very idea of it. Today, a sizeable percentage have figured out that the Emperor really ain’t got no clothes. So maybe an update on how the public is actually perceiving things v. how we are told we are perceiving things. But that could be a stretch. JimBob who works so hard on defending every question because they’re all pretty nonsensical to start with, which is why he has to put out so many in hopes of one day getting one of them noticed.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        Well, I see you got those sunglasses! I trust your also out of bubble gum? The way I read your comment sort of scared me. You ARE asking James to take a good look at the characters in his comment section. I’m pretty sure I’m not the only odd one in the group, so I’m not sure that is a good idea. The image of James having a melt-down on camera isn’t a pretty site! I try not to test people’s faith in humanity that much; disappointment is such a terrible burden. JimBob who still thinks it’s a great idea, but his interpretation of what constitutes a great idea is probably different from most people.

        • VoiceOfArabi says:

          Hello I Shot Santa,

          Yes… It is a scary idea, and it is never good when you test people’s faith in humanity (also.. i don’t test well 🙂 )..

          But “what if” we are all “Trump Like”???

          Off course, no one will admit it, but a cleverly formulated poll could give us an idea if we are, as they say, 94% good people and 6% psychopaths or the other way round!

          If it is the other way round, then it is a good idea not to go against human nature! (that sounds so evil 🙂 )

          • I Shot Santa says:

            I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t test well on a test that gauges someone whose strategic skills I admire as being the personification of evil. Don’t get me wrong, ain’t no man get my vote as my master. But I like the way he can manipulate all of our realities. JimBob who is more likely to like someone because they make a good story than someone too good to ever be interesting.

    • mkey says:

      I enjoyed that video up till the point the commenter said “I like Bibi.”
      I’ll chose to take that as sarcasm.

  48. I Shot Santa says:

    I just learned that Trump DID walk out on the deal and the oil markets have dropped. While Saudi will dump as much as they can, their revenue will still drop as the free market will ultimately prevail. Has this ended the Yemen Genocide? Takes a lot of money to safely murder children. JimBob who knows you’re not on vacation anymore since you’ve got that new article and all, but it’s still a question even though I had promised I was done with them.

  49. Oscar says:

    Is this the offical end of the Pax Americana?

    “Angela Merkel: EU cannot completely rely on US and Britain any more.
    German chancellor tells election rally in Munich that Europe must take its fate into its own hands after ‘unsatisfactory’ G7 talks”:

    You know the end of an empire is coming, when it’s closest allies start deserting the empire.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Well, apparently France got a bust of Marx from China and they all talked about how wonderful he was and all. Of course now, the hate seems to be directed at the immigrants now. Wonder whose the first group they will target over there? And are the people really that weak? If they are, I think they deserve what they get. But it does seem like some of them talking heads have been talking to each other. I’m not sure who else they’d be talking to anyway, they don’t even bother trying to make sense any more. JimBob who thinks that government was an excellent place for us to watch the full evolution of stupid take place.

  50. mkey says:

    Breaking down ‘This Is America,’ Childish Gambino’s chilling new video

    One more inch closer to guns control, at least as far as conscious civilians are concerned. The move toward a “gun free” future is all pervasive and unrelenting.

    • mkey says:

      The Truth About ‘This is America’

      Paul Watson’s take on this matter, quite urgent considering how many people have already consumed the music video in question.

      • mik says:

        It was really hard to watch Paul with his inflammatory left-right-divide speech and extract valuable information out of it. Thanks god I’m mostly away from this quasi-real fight.

        I haven’t seen this music video before. Interestingly, although I rarely watch music videos on Gootube and certainly this is not my genre of music, I’ve noticed Gootube offering me this particular video very frequently during last times.

        Disgusting global propaganda.

    • mkey says:

      Dave Rubin Handles Aggressive Attacks of Entitled Leftist

      I’m posting this purely for the shock value. I had to pause the video a few times to recompose myself.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        I got about half-way and said forget recomposing myself! I can tell you my diplomacy skills would have made it a lot more entertaining than he made it. JimBob who thinks Bolton is a wimp when it comes to saying crazy things to make his opponents soil themselves during negotiations.

        • mkey says:

          I ended up watching the full 70 minute video, Rubin did OK, but he could/should have done better. Even if that was one tough crowd, it’s hard to believe how some people lack understanding about these things and are still willing to fight over them to the bitter end.

          Like insisting on a yes or no answer for a complex question or equating the judicial and lawmaking system or using anecdotal evidence as facts.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            Yeah, the question trying to leak saying something anti-Semitic (whatever that is, as I’ve always stood up for the Palestinians) is equivalent to killing Semites (or something even dumber but not worth enduring the video to burn it into my brain) really ended it for me. I’d have probably personally tazed her (I tax stupid people heavily) repeatedly and then asked if anyone else had any more stupid questions. Of course, I realize this is not a recommended diplomatic tactic, I just ain’t got the temperment for it. JimBob who probably wouldn’t have tazed her, at least not if pepper spray was handy.

  51. mkey says:

    What Happened to Monday

    This movie certainly kicks the can down the road. Some bullets:

    * climate change
    * genetically engineered food (albeit with side effects; plot had to rest on something, I’m sure monsanto will get a whitewash in the following film)
    * overpopulation as soon as 2070 (one child per family, child allocation act, cryogenic “sleep” as a fix, not a single invocation of “think of the children” mantra)
    * collectivism
    * omnipotent bracelet id/recorder/contactless payment system/tracker
    * checkpoint galore
    * finger cutting as a parenting necessity (no kidding)
    * middle of the day abductions and government death squads on the loose

    Movie rating: utter rubbish

    • I Shot Santa says:

      The Matrix meets The Hunger Games?

      • mkey says:

        It does have a dash of Matrix in it, but less than 1% of Matrix style. That agent wanted to be mr. Smith badly, but he was just quite shit instead.

        I didn’t watch Hunger games so I can’t compare the two.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          I actually liked the first two movies and the first book. Never got a chance to see or read the rest. A little too “we have a champion for our revolution” for me; but Woody Harrelson makes a great drunk. JimBob who knows a thing or two about drunks.

    • manbearpig says:

      Weeelllll, as I recall, the father kinda did have to cut everyone’s finger if they were to follow through with the survival plan…


      What was sort of realistic was that the cryogenic promoter lady didn’t know the actual Truth…

      and some script and directorial problems: predictability…clichés…

      but great acting from the leading bombshell borrowing somewhat from the concept of the TV series, “Orphan Black”. Tatiana Maslany was pretty incredible in that teen-ager series… Great for getting particularly difficult High School classes to speak English…

      Thought I’d hate this movie, as it espouses certain Malthusian notions, but actually got into it…sort of …

      cheers dears!

      • mkey says:

        Yes, Thursday, I think, did a no no, lost part of the index finger in a skateboarding accident and so papa had to do chop chop.

        I fell a number of times as a kid, some of those at high speed and from quite a height, but never have I lost any part of my body or disfigured anything, so what she was into must have been quite extreme. Maybe going down hill quite fast, possible breaking with her index finger or using it as a pivot for u-turns.

        What boggled me the most were quite giant plot holes:

        * the explanation of Monday’s behavior was very week, while almost the entirety of the plot rested on it
        * the fact of having some unarmed women cornered in an apartment represented a major security issue
        * sending in 2 goons instead of 10 while you have 20 ready
        * concept of having seven different women act as the same person for 30 something years
        * public gullible enough to accept their kids were being actually frozen for later, who’d care for these same children at the later date?

        There was more, but I’m a lot closer to bed time than I’d like to admit.

        • I Shot Santa says:

          Was the two goons scene like when the two cops (no chief, your men are already dead) bust in on trinity in all her spandex? Cinematic history if you ask me. JimBob who has many opinions on many things.

          • mkey says:

            Nothing nearly as dramatic. And Trinity had the additional ability of being able to game the system to a degree.

            When I reconsider, those were 4 guys actually against one unarmed woman albeit she was in a decent shape. Firstly they stopped watching each other’s backs so she managed to somehow silently strangle one of them in the bathroom, take his gun and kill the remaining three guys, one of which got blasted out of the window.

            What was most Matrix like was that the hacker sister followed what others were doing as she apparently hacked into the sensor grid, which was something akin to the internet of things. I.e. omnipresent.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              I noticed that in the trailer, it was a lot like the Matrix from what I saw of that scene. Isn’t it amazing how comprehensive these IOT programs are in movies? Yet, just anybody can hack into them and instantly learn to operate them with no training whatsoever. But, no one can ever hide in the movies. I can hide from anything they got. It’s not because I’m James Bond (though I look much better!), it’s just all of their systems have so many limitations that anyone with a natural inclination towards tinkering with these kind of things love it whenever they come out with some new kind of security device for us to turn back on them. JimBob who was actually more like Flint (?) from In Like Flint.

  52. wall says:

    This article shows at least 2 instances where David Hogg committed fraud. In one instance he admitted was at home and had to ride down to the school on his bicycle to get video of the event.

    In the second it’s shown that he recorded the video at 9:32am when the shooting happened at about 2pm. I don’t know how legit this site is, but the article points out some interesting and provable fraud that Hogg has committed.

    In these two you can see that there were more shots fired even after Cruz started blending in with other students to leave the building. This would have been the point at which, had he been the shooter, he would have already ditched the gun, so he couldn’t have fired anymore shots at this point. This basically proves that he was not the shooter since we all know there was only 1 shooter. No one can challenge that there was only 1 shooter since that’s the official narrative.

    “Is Nikolas Cruz innocent?”

    “Senior From Parkland, Florida High School Claims She Was With Nikolas Cruz During Tragic Shooting”

    In this video Cruz is called the nicest person.

    “‘He was probably one of the nicest people I’ve ever met in my life’”

  53. Octium says:

    “Samoa has issued an immediate recall of the vaccine for mumps, measles and rubella (MMR) following the deaths of two infants who reportedly passed away just hours after receiving their shots.” – ABC News

    • manbearpig says:

      “…very very rare reaction…” for what populations?

      For some reason, something I heard recently on a Corbett Report…9/11 Trillions? about

      ‘enabling biowarfare against specific genotypes’

      comes to mind with this Samoa MMR thing…

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