How to Play 3D Chess

03/01/2021113 Comments

It's a ridiculous, no good, stupid, rotten meme.

You know, the idea that every horrible move that Precedent Trump ever made (like appointing John Bolton or launching Operation Warp Speed) was actually some super-complicated three-dimensional chess move intended to accomplish the exact opposite of what he was actually doing? ("You don't understand, man! He's appointing Gina "CIA Torture" Haspel because he wants to expose her role in CIA torture!")

Yeah, that meme.

Well, as much as "Trump the 3D chess master" represented the apotheosis of Hopium for the Trump Train crowd (cf. The Babylon Bee's spot-on satirical headline from January 20, 2021: "Republican Starting To Think Trump Might Not Pull Off A Last-Minute 4D Chess Move"), the idea of three-dimensional chess itself is not without merit. After all, I employed it in 2013 to discuss the reality of "China and the New World Order" and used it again in 2014 to discuss the true nature of the Global Chessboard. (Don't blame me for launching the meme, though! The earliest reference I could find was a 2010 clip of Cenk Uyghur discussing liberal defenses of Barack Obama.)

So in defense of this much-abused idea, allow me to present to you a beginner's guide outlining How To Play 3D Chess.

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  1. scpat says:

    Great piece, James. This is so well written with step-by-step logic and nice flow from one point to another. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this just from a literary perspective.

    The power of inaction is strong. Like you say, it’s not productive or useful to give our energy and attention to the games that wealthy interests bent on controlling free humanity have set up for us. All of the energy used flailing around in their game can be shifted and applied toward creating a world we want to live in. If everyone did that, great change would happen. As I was scrolling a YouTube comment section the other day I came across a quote that jumped out at me, so I wrote it down:

    “Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create”
    – Roy T. Bennett

    • gauntlet33 says:

      James, yes unbelievably well-written. Bravo!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Right you are! Gauntlett33

        I can’t help but chuckle to myself, because it is so “out of the norm”, but Corbett Report Members can actually read!

        This is such a rare occurrence on the ‘normal’ public chessboards.

    • Exactly! Be a Creator and create your own reality!

    • wylie1 says:

      Great quote as opposed to inaction.
      If one’s creativity shoves as many 3D players off the game bored(s) altogether, so much the better.

      Why I have no choice but to admire

  2. Duck says:

    Its a pleasant idea that we could interact ONLY as individuals but that will never happen because while we have a personal identity people need to posses a group identity… too much individualism has left people easy prey for globalists but On the other hand too much group identity leaves you as soulless robot
    Dr Dutton and his malevolent cat on why Post modernists dont have souls 😉

    • Jed says:

      Dr Dutton’s cat knew to get the hell out of the room before his rant, proving Aquinas wrong. Hilarious

      • Duck says:

        Lol… He cracks me up too.
        On the other hand… we could argue the cat used its animal instincts to sense the rant coming and fled?

        • Jed says:

          No way, my cattle dog rolls her eyes then leaves the room when I get started — I’d argue it’s most humans who are soulless, oh no, she’s rolling her eyes again, nevermind.

    • weilunion says:

      And there you have the dilemma. The US is characterized by a super/hyper individualism, ‘American Exceptionalism’, and crass consumerism.

      And yes, Bernays gave America, along with Madison Ave., its unique special quality that simply does not exist.

      The image of Americans as rational, little acquisitive machines resounds.

      This is now the historical dilemma. How to integrate self in society and society into self.

      But when you tell this to libertarians or promoters of insipid individualism you run head long into: “Collectivism is bad!”, as everyone fights for the lifeboats on the Titanic.

      However, one must understand this is wholly Western civilization, and does not apply to many places in the world

      • Jed says:

        That ship was the RMS Olympic not the Titanic — British subterfuge, again. Other than that, I agree. Hyper individualism and consumerism? Yes, a nation of weekend bikers, individuals all, wearing leather jackets, blue jeans and t/shirts with different patches, different tattoos, different leather tassels and studs on different leather saddlebags, by the hundreds of thousands on $50,000 motorcycles, real loud and flying back and forth everywhere, wanting only to ride, keep the guns and loose the helmets, then back to work on Monday. We are the lost children of serial colonists. Berneys was just another monkey in John Dee’s circus. Cheers cousin

      • Duck says:

        “…The image of Americans as rational, little acquisitive machines resounds……..However, one must understand this is wholly Western civilization, and does not apply to many places in the world…”

        Maybe I am misunderstanding your point but are you saying Americans are SPECIALLY acquisitive?
        I think they just have had more chance to BE so rather then having any special greed.

        Where in the world are people NOT greedy and acquisitive?
        serious question,I have generally found people in all places to be the same.

  3. Roy says:

    4D! 3D has been played for years ! On the table, and on computers !


  4. Kelly says:

    Thank you for this one, I needed it today.

    I do have a question about politics. Can’t some politicians make achieving the global great reset easier and faster than others?

  5. cu.h.j says:

    This article was very thought provoking. Thanks.

    I do wonder what their motive is. I don’t understand why someone would pursue those goals because it seems pointless and empty.

    I think one of the goals they have is to achieve immortality and also to eliminate a large percent of the population so they can have the planet for themselves.

    I just don’t think that is achievable. Also if the population decreases below a certain level humanity will become extinct. They won’t have anyone to breed with and genetic manipulation is poorly understood.

    Also, the sun will die eventually. That end is unstoppable. How can life exist without the sun? They would have to find a habitable planet and that seems unlikely if they spend all of their time with these pointless games.

    If we could work together we could create a better world and even develop technologies that could allow exploration of space and other worlds where we may be able to find a habitable planet where we could continue and where other species could continue. Or we can realize that time and moments are precious, priceless and enjoy each one of them, realizing that they are limited. What if life on the earthly plane is supposed to be finite?

    • Duck says:

      “..I don’t understand why someone would pursue those goals because it seems pointless and empty…”

      The people doing most of these things consider ‘power’ their only judge -they think that ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ are “the wishes of the strong” rather then objective things that are true.

      That is temporarily liberating because you can do anything you like and nothing can say “no” your appetites (which then grow bigger then any ability to satisfy them) and you get the visible psychopathic gimme-ism.

      At some point after that you realize that nothing actually matters (everything is right or wrong because YOU say so, after all…so it all means nothing) and you get to the much WORSE nihilism and some kind of death wish.

      • mkey says:

        I’m not sure I would agree on this. The people on the top (the “elite”, the priest class, lizard people, whatever) know very well what they are doing is not “right” but rely on the fact that people will acquiesce. And they do. That puts things into a different perspective.

        As far as motivation goes, I don’t think they need much more than pure hatred for the unthinking masses. Walking among these mask wearing fear riding dolts who have provably never lived a day ib their lives makes me see the picture a bit better and understand what motivates them. Pure hatred and disdain.

        Not that I share the feeling, mind you, but the year is still young.

        • Duck says:

          I disagree because I think they believe themselves to be either following a “higher” morality then us or else have given up on the idea of a ‘real’ morality thats always true.
          Look at how much the hate anyone who has an objective sense of right or wrong…’they’ do their best to push that update onto the population even when it hurts THEM

    • weilunion says:

      If we could work together we could create a better world and even develop technologies that could allow exploration of space and other worlds where we may be able to find a habitable planet where we could continue and where other species could continue.

      That is the key! But the lone American can’t seem to see it through the blinders of alienation.

      • Duck says:

        “..But the lone American can’t seem to see it through the blinders of alienation…”

        Somewhat true, but that culture is a deliberate creation…its so much easier to rule over people who are like that.

        Sad to say I am reliably informed by people I know that China is rapidly becoming exactly the same kind of culture, and I read in Culture Wars magazine that Indians are being funneled into high rise apartments as part of the same type of social engineering as was used in the US.
        The unabombers manifesto was right on the mark when he said that modern culture can not tolerate differences of identity, behavior or personality beyond cosmetic ones.

      • mkey says:

        We don’t need better technologies to create a better world nor do we need booster rockets to get there. There’s a planet right beneath our feet and no amount of technology will teach us how to appreciate it.

        Nor will techonology allows us to save it. The planet does need saving, the planet is fine.

        The world, as you say, does need improvement. But technology will not cut it.

        Everything we really need to know is right there in the open.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          mkey says:
          There’s a planet right beneath our feet and no amount of technology will teach us how to appreciate it.

  6. Tina says:

    Another great piece! James, just in case you’re unaware of what they’re doing in public education these days (Los Angeles Unified is the biggest school district in the state, so what they do pretty much dictates policy for the rest of us in California), check this out: Microsoft partners with public education (how sweet of them) to create a “Daily Pass” for students to “return to school safely.” This is terrifying.

    • mkey says:

      A pretty good soft sell. This guy should deal used cars and leave them kids alone.

    • scpat says:

      “Our scientists tell us that there are three things we must do to stay safe…”

      Yes, the monolithic body of SCIENTISTS that are all in agreement. Praise be to science.

      That video is deeply sickening. This is the new version of conditioning to compliment the conditioning done by TSA screening to get those big bad terrorists.

      • scpat says:

        LAUSD to Launch Daily Pass Health Check System. Here’s How It Works


        The Los Angeles Unified School District announced Monday the launch of Daily Pass, the first comprehensive system in the nation that coordinates health checks, COVID-19 tests and vaccinations in one online tool.

        Daily Pass generates a unique QR code for each student and staff member, and that code authorizes entry to a specific LAUSD location for that day only — as long as the individual receives a negative test result for COVID, shows no symptoms and has a temperature under 100 degrees, the district said.

        Upon the individual’s arrival to a campus, their QR code is scanned by a district school-site leader, who takes the individual’s temperature.

        “The Daily Pass sets the highest standard possible for school safety,” said LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner. “MERV-13 upgraded air filters in every school, COVID testing for all students and staff at least every week and now the Daily Pass — Los Angeles Unified is proud to lead the nation in creating the safest possible school environment.”

        LA Unified’s school-based vaccination program will also use Daily Pass to register and schedule appointments, track vaccines in stock, perform check-in and data capture at time of appointment, sort high-risk individuals, offer waitlists to low-risk individuals and dashboards to view data, among other features, the district said.

        All of this information is shared with the appropriate authorities.

        • Tina says:

          This honestly terrifies me. I knew it was coming, but hoped on some level I would be wrong. I’m waiting to be told it is required for me (a teacher) to get the vaccine(s) in order to continue employment. I’m not sure what I’ll do at that point. 🙁

          • cu.h.j says:

            Hi there,

            I work in health care and have been worried about this too. So far it’s optional but they sure “encourage” us to get it. It’s not a policy though.

            I don’t think they can legally require (yet) an experimental drug, it’s still investigational at this point, both mRNA and the adenovirus Johnson and Jonson vaccine that just rolled out here in the US.

            These are emergency use authorized drugs, not FDA approved and I think that’s illegal or else they would have required them already.

            I also think there are legal issues around the mechanism of action of these drugs, since they are injecting genetic material and our own cells are producing the antigen. That’s not a traditional vaccine as it’s defined. I’m not comfortable taking that kind of genetic substance and if my employer tried to force me, I would sue them.

            I’m trying to find an attorney I can have on retainer just in case. There are exemptions one of them is religious. To me genetic modification could be against someone’s religion.

            If I were you I would look into legal ways to get out of it. I’m currently looking at that just in case.

            There are also more traditional vaccines in the pipeline, if you’re not opposed to vaccines in general. The main issue for me is that these aren’t really vaccines at all and secondly, I don’t want to be taking excess chemicals on a regular basis that are completely unnecessary.

            If you find an attorney, or any additional information, please post it.

            • Tina says:

              Yes, so far we’re (teachers) are not being told it’s mandatory. There have been four dates set aside for educators in my area and afterwards, teachers were told to register that they’ve been vaccinated on the District’s “vaccine portal.” I heard the same thing you mentioned that they can’t make it mandatory when it’s been pushed though under EUA… hopefully that sticks.

          • scpat says:

            If you haven’t read this article, now would be a good time.

            Disobey: Drawing Your Line in the Sand

  7. hbihun says:

    Great analysis James:

    Are the people playing 3D chess playing against each other or are they all on the same team? That way everybody wins and it makes the game foolproof.

    • Duck says:

      True…they often are
      Sometimes they are part of the same family… I ‘heard’ (did not dig into it) that the Melons have funded both sides of the abortion thing in the US for decades.
      The Bolshevik and communist agitators were mostly jewish…. while the Neo-con’s are pretty much the offspring of Trotsky-ite jews.
      Same thing looking at how much money went FROM the western Allies into Hitlers Germany and how much capital was flowing OUT at the end of the war thru those same banks and how the same people that worked or the nazis ended up running german banking and industry
      “Tower of Basel” Hmn… this link is not to the copy I listened too but sounds the same

      • shhhhhhh you’re not allowed to think or say that! It’s racist … funny how all roads lead to Babylon though, right? What I just cannot grasp is how all the Biblical signs are aligning and to the degree and frequency they are … almost as if the prophecy was written as a grand theatrical script??? Either way this popcorn sure is gonna suck without butter

  8. bernt says:

    Thanks for a neat summary of the geopolitical game! So much madness every day, so easy to forget Sutton’s exceptional work and that it’s proven beyond doubt that it’s impossible to win by playing the elite’s game.

    For entertainment, I hope for an explanation of the chess that Trump plays. The 5D version that only the mastermind Alex Jones can decipher for us mortals? … 🙂

  9. EndOf TheRoad says:

    Stop playing the game.

    It is a nice thought because it makes us think we have some degree of control over our life and the way the world evolves. But it is really possible? It might be, if all of the sudden 7 billion people would wake up and and stop feeding the beast but what power has a single individual or even a large group to succeed?

    Reality is that the opposition to the 3D grand-master is either too small so to be ignored, or, when it becomes too big, it get squashed. It is hard to win a war when one side has slingshots and the other has nukes and no moral restrain to use them.

    One hope I have is that the game is getting so complex (maybe we are over 3D by now) that the grand-master will make a serious mistake and reveal itself to the masses. At that point, the pawns who are self-aware will be able to turn themselves into something new and will be able to turn the game around. Until then, it is a game of survival, hoping the nukes do not drop.

    • weilunion says:

      Only an organized, self-actualized and conscious working class, unemployed, precarious workers and those who do not work at all due to no jobs can change society for the better. If the Grand master, as you say, and there really is no one Grand master, it is a gaggle of international plutocrats, makes an error it will not be in our favor. Consciousness needs to change and this happens through actual organized political struggle.

      • Duck says:


        Such a working class would end up run by the same kind of scum people as run things now as long as they have a materialist worldview.

  10. lizzie says:

    Great article.
    If anybody reading this has heard of The Game, then you just lost. Those who have never heard of The Game you have just lost too.
    The folk story about how The Game started was when a group of lads missed their last train home and had no option but to wait at the platform for the first train in the morning.
    It was then that they came up with an idea that when anybody in the group thought about the train, they lost The Game. So as soon as you think about The Game you lose and you must mention to someone else that you lost, hence forcing that person to lose and so on. You are winning when you don’t think of The Game.
    It’s actually pretty popular, I know this because I lost the game in a restaurant one evening and the overhearing my loss, someone from the table next to me gasped ‘damn it, it’s been years since I lost’.
    I would hope that every time I get thinking about their 3D chess game I will feel like I lose. Every time I do something not part of that game I win. I won today when I didn’t wear my mask today in the shop. I’m always loosing that game but want to lose less and less.
    I also thought of a sketch where a group of sweaty suited men are huffing and puffing around this chess board, for days on end it gets so complicated and messy with pieces, IOU’s and cash strewn all over the place. Until one night after they have gone the cleaning lady packs away the game rolling her eyes.
    The men obviously aghast when they return slowly find themselves dancing around in the space where the chess board used to be.
    It really is a simple as walking away from the game but that’s not to say it’s easy.

    • mkey says:

      Great comment. Confusing simple for easy is the easiest mistake to make. However, would realizing you are losing (and therefore playing) the game because you realized someone else is playing (and therefore losing) the game really constitute losing the game? Up to the point you realize you are playing the game you are certainly losing it, but upon becoming aware of it, you win by quitting it

      A bit too late in the day on my end for these mental gymnastics.

      • lizzie says:

        I think so. Realising you are playing is one way of winning.
        Can you observe the game from afar without being enticed back in? Im feeling like I’m moving a few pieces around randomly giving the illusion that I’m playing, but not wanting to be there and longing for a different activity altogether.

  11. Abductedbyfire says:

    Very well written. I was thoroughly inspired. My morale has been low as of late. Your work, Mr. Corbett, keeps me going. My husband and I work whenever we can to brainstorm ideas that would help us gain our indepedence.

  12. Simon says:

    ‘. . . And is it just me, or is that a white piece that’s been painted black?’

    lol that is class

  13. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett says:
    …they are wielding their considerable wealth and power to bring about a truly global system of control.
    That system is not predicated on “Team USA” conquering the chess board or “Team China” conquering the chess board or any other final position that we would identify as the end of the two-dimensional chess game.
    The goal of their 3D game is to control the entire board.
    Every square.
    Every piece.
    All of it.
    To be able to completely dictate what happens on that worldwide board at all times.

    Note that if this is indeed the goal of the three-dimensional chess game, then it doesn’t matter if the “white team” ever actually beats the “black team” or vice versa.
    In fact, it might be in the interest of the 3D chess masters to keep the 2D game going forever, as a way of distracting everyone from the fact that the entire 2D board itself has been taken over by unseen players…

    …It is instead a game pitting the largely unseen 3D chess players against the rest of humanity…

    …the 3D players do not care if the 2D game ever finishes…

    …at this point it should be apparent that there is no way to win this rigged, manipulated game at all…

    …What if there are only people, interacting with each other as they see fit?
    As human beings.
    Not engaged in some struggle for control of this or that square of some fictitious playing field, but trying to create a better world for themselves and their family?

    What if we removed our participation from the game?
    What if we started to build our own economy separate from the one that has been erected around us, one in which free human beings interact in voluntary exchange with anyone they want, regardless of what “square” on the chessboard they hail from or what “team” they supposedly “belong” to?

    What if we refused to be pawns in the game of the would-be chess masters?…

    …The problem…is solved when we stop playing their silly game at all…

    …Sometimes the only winning move is not to play.

  14. Great food for thought James.

    “Take the phenomenon of false flag terror, including the 9/11 attack, which may seem confusing at first glance…

    Once again, what seems baffling from the 2D point of view makes sense if we think from a three-dimensional perspective, understanding that hidden forces (a “deep state,” if you will) were able to control elements of both the American government and the Al Qaeda threat.

    You lost me here though.
    After years of leaving no stone unturned studying the events of 9/11
    I thought it was obvious that there never was an “Al Qaeda threat”.

    • There’s no time for stone turning … Orangeman vs. Zombie Table, but at least they aren’t Barry & BIG Mike! … but what about Retard Iran Contra son?! … LITERALLY NOTHING is real, The World is a BIG CRIME SCENE and We The People of Planet Earth deserve better! So how? Money isn’t real … what else?

      • Duck says:

        “..Money isn’t real … what else?..”

        Money is as real as you imagine it.
        I think it was the “Tower of Basel” book on the BIS bank that had the story of the pacific islanders who used big round rocks as money… when they were colonized (by Germans I think) their new overlords ‘took’ their wealth away by PAINTING some of their rocks to ‘show’ ownership until demands were met.

  15. Indeed James, and as always your “Conspiracy Theory”(ist) Anarchist/Athiest arse is and always will be a true patriotic hero to humanity, the ONLY way to stop this insanity is to K1LL YOUR MASTERS … and how do we do that TRVsauce?!?!?

    SIMPLE: Stop consuming their lies, their poison, their spells, their content, etc. Remember .. they’re just words. SAY NO! I stopped paying taxes 3 years ago and I’m filing bankruptcy such that my tax liabilities will all come out in the wash with the (un)secured debt I have racked up!

    As for my Student Loans. Well, they’re never getting that $$$ either! Why is it that I, a Biochemist/Accountant 3x College Loser #dontgotoschoolkids should be struggling after playing the game and being a “good” slave? Right, I mean I did it … I gradiated so now I can win, right? hahahaha … no slave you get DEBT SLAVERY until you die!

    Well I choose to NO LONGER play by the rules that they seem to neglect with such a lack of integrity. This evokes a meme I saw today “Trusting Bill Gates with your healthcare is like trusting Jeffery Epstein with watching your daughter.” Too true … it is long overdue to rally the Karen Soccer moms and the power of their PTAs and have them say NO to education and their mind control and involvement ot the BG/MG foundation, et. al.

    They can take their “New Normal” and shove it up their ass!

    • mkey says:

      That’s nice. In my failed state there isn’t such a thing as “personal bancrupcy”. Companies can do it, of course, and they do it; some entrepreneurs quite often, it can be very profitable.

      We also have it in “law” that one may not receive his monthly pittance but on his bank account. By law you actually may receive your paycheck any way you can agree with the other party, but a special has been instituted whereby everyone who would like to earn a living has to have a bank account from which any and all funds may be lifted without a prior notice. If one would get in collision with the law or the “law”.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Trusting Bill Gates with your healthcare is like trusting Jeffery Epstein with watching your daughter.”

      That’s a keeper.
      Thanks Vsauce

    • mkey says:

      Here’s a flashing-LED-besides-the-road version of this meme.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        FLASHING SIGN off Highway…
        “Trusting Bill Gates with your healthcare is like trusting Jeffery Epstein with watching your daughter.”

  16. HyperSimian says:

    I have a plan, do you?

  17. BrendaLeeK says:

    Never been a chess player, bridge either. Somehow games of manipulation. But the analogy used here helps me explain why. Simple comparison of a complicated situation here and now. Wish I knew better how to make it happen. But in my life the one thing I’ve learned is there are no quick fixes, magic bullets per say. Stay the course, do what you possibly can, and keep the course. Once a person is aware, there is no turning back.

  18. scpat says:

    I couldn’t get the link for Unloose the Goose EP 28 – Opting Out of the New Normal to load. I was able to find it on Odysee, link below.

  19. judyanne says:

    “Stay home, save lives” was a pure lie. Remove the following illegal, non-scientific and non-sanitary measures : lockdown, mandatory face masks for healthy subjects, social distancing of one or two meters. The lockdown not only killed many people but also destroyed physical and mental health, economy, education and other aspects of life. The natural history of the virus [the coronavirus] is not influenced by social measures [lockdown, face masks, closure of restaurants, curfew. When the state knows best and violates human rights, we are on a dangerous course. Exclude your experts and advisers who have links or conflicts of interest with pharmaceutical companies. Stop the vaccination campaigns and refuse the scam of the pseudo-health passport which is in reality a politico-commercial project……WISDOM FROM BUCKY FULLER….”YOU NEVER CHANGE THINGS BY FIGHTING THE EXISTING REALITY. TO CHANGE SOMETHING BUILD A NEW MODEL THAT MAKES THE EXISTING MODEL OBSOLETE.”

    • Duck says:


      I guess that depends on what you want to change- their trying to make our way of life obsolete and I kinda think Fuller would have been approving of it
      “..In Fuller’s view, the planet could only be saved by “scientific and technocratic social management” led by master builders like, of course, Bucky himself…”

      “… wiser, Fuller thought….. ‘to modify the environment in such a way as to get man moving in preferred directions’. Instead of human-led design, he sought design-led humans….”

      • judyanne says:

        Thanks Duck, after almost 70 years of being mostly blissfully (2nd generation American, middle class)unaware of my absolute indoctrination via government (globalist) run schools/media etc. into this hope-filled (globalist created) experiment entitled “America” land of opportunity that so many of the best & brightest from countries (already ravaged by the globalists) that had zero freedom bought into, James’ 3-D chess analogy really hit home….For the past 10 years or so & after quite a bit of international travel since the 80’s, I was aware that there was something rotten somewhere in regards to my comfortable American life & mostly everyone else’s on this planet….I’ve always thought of the globalists as our puppet-masters but the 3D chess board really brings that home….Globalist created America has never had a defensive military, a free & open society or self governance but “we the people” did give the globalists the fruits of our labor in regards to innovations in all things human….WE HAVE BEEN PLAYED/CREATED BY THE GLOBALISTS FROM THE BEGINNING…MY QUESTION NOW IS WHAT ARE WE GONNA DO ABOUT IT?…….

        • Duck says:

          Dont feel too bad… as places to live go the USA really is the best.. if only because so much space and residual freedom is left over from the founding.

  20. Fact Checker says:

    Unfortunately, we aren’t players in the first place.

    We’re the board.

  21. MagicBullet says:

    It seems to me the only answer is when the 3D players have enough infighting and/or an internal rebellion by factions that see the plans as immoral or an existential threat to everyone and destroy themselves.

    Otherwise the 2D players can only run, hide, or slow down the 3D players (like Smedley Butler did). Right now the 3D internal whistleblowers seem to few and far between.

  22. Duck says:

    “..Right now the 3D internal whistleblowers seem to few and far between…”

    You can go look at their books papers, even Youtube videos if we want to know what they are doing…they dont feel like they need to hide much anymore do they?
    The problem is NOT that people dont KNOW what is going on…the problem is people who buy smartphones, put themselves in debt slavery, give their kids to the state schools, and go along because its easy EVEN WHEN THEY KNOW what is going on.
    Nothing will change as long as the calories and the entertainment keeps flowing… in a way thats the new social contract anyway.

    We can only stay out of the way of the dinosaurs and wait for a meteor

  23. GENDUN LAMA says:

    James: You have taken your analysis to the stepping-off point. The next step in the game is stepping beyond. Reality is not materiality.

    We perceive existence as this material realm struggle, yet the reality becomes spiritual.

    We are spiritual entities engaged in this material illusion for the purpose of finally discovering who/what we are through the discovery of what we are not.

    Check out the COURSE IN MIRACLES.

    [the definition of ‘miracle’ is: a change in perception]

  24. Octium says:

    Once successful chess strategy is to shoot your opponent while they are thinking about their next move…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      That must be “Old Western Saloon Chess”.

      From now on, before I play chess, I’ll wire Paladin.

      • candlelight says:

        Didn’t have to click on your link HRS to know what an old timer you are….
        Paladin. Haha. Who’d a thought to see the reference mentioned on TCR. Lol

        • candlelight says:

          ….or, come to think of it, to see “Paladin” mentioned anywhere, for that matter! 🙂

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Paladin, Paladin, where do you roam
            Paladin, Paladin, far, far from home

            He travels on to where ever he must
            A chess knight of silver is his badge of trust
            There are campfire legends that the plainsmen sing
            Of the man with the gun, of the man called Paladin

            Paladin, Paladin, where do you roam
            Paladin, Paladin, far, far from home

            — sung by Johnny Western


            • candlelight says:

              Paladin, Paladin, where do you roam …. I’ll be damned, I can still hear it! Hahaha… Thanks for the memories! I’ll have that tune in my head for the next five days. lol

  25. rob.h says:

    Awesome example. I tell people almost the same thing. Say there is an old man playing monopoly and asks you to play. He has all the money and cheats the whole time making it impossible to win. How long before you get frustrated and stop playing? Not long.. so why play the fiat game? #walkaway.

    • judyanne says:

      Rob, YESSSSSSSSSSSS……….and be mindful of not becoming that which you abhor…..

  26. judyanne says:

    a “grass roots” idea….

  27. zyxzevn says:

    New Documentary:
    The Vaccine Trials – Documentary Film 2021

  28. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Forget Chess, whether it be 2D or 3D, the Texas Governor is playing Checkers…

    Texas Ends Covid Mask Mandate, Lifts All Anti-Virus Restrictions, Allows All Businesses To Reopen
    (Brief video in article)

    …Effective March 10, all businesses will be allowed to open at 100% of capacity, Abbott said during a media briefing in Lubbock on Tuesday 3/2/21. His executive order allows county judges to reinstate anti-virus rules should hospitalizations surge.

    “Too many Texans have been sidelined from employment opportunities; too many small-business owners have struggled to pay their bills,” the Republican governor said. “It is now time to open Texas 100%.”

    …Abbott’s anti-pandemic measures had drawn the ire of his conservative electoral base, which saw them as government overreach, and may have crushed any presidential aspirations he harbored. Indeed, Abbott received 0% of the vote in a presidential straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference this past weekend according to Bloomberg…
    My notes:
    Texas is not the first state to lift its statewide mandates on masking.
    (Per AARP) The following states also do not have face mask orders in place:
    Alaska Arizona Florida Georgia Idaho Iowa Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee

    Gov. Abbott first announced the statewide mask mandate on July 2, meaning Texans were required to wear masks in public for a total of about eight months during the pandemic, which began in the state in March 2020.

    “For a year now, Texans have wrestled with COVID and they have learned best how to conduct their own lives,”
    Abbott said on Tuesday.
    “For example, if businesses want to limit capacity or implement additional safety protocols, they have the right to do so – it is their business, and they get to choose to operate their business the way they want to. At this time, however, people and businesses don’t need the State telling them how to operate.”

    Maybe now, I won’t be the only person not wearing a mask when I go to stores.
    I’m sure that I will see some silliness…what’s the difference if people stop wearing the mask before March 10th? It is not like March the 10th is the magic day that Covid doesn’t spread due to masks. I’m sure there will be those “obedient virtuous people” who will wait until March 10th to take their masks off.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The System strains hard to hold unsupportive narratives…

      Associated Press – Feb 28 (So, this article hit many news outlets)
      Some GOP state lawmakers help spread COVID-19 misinformation

      …Now that most legislatures are back in session, a new type of pushback is taking root:

      In their own comments or by inviting skeptics to testify at legislative hearings, some GOP state lawmakers are using their platform to promote false information about the virus, the steps needed to limit its spread and the vaccines that will pull the nation out of the pandemic.

      In some cases, the misstatements have faced swift backlash, even getting censored online.
      That’s raised tough questions about how aggressively to combat potentially dangerous misinformation from elected officials or during legislative hearings while protecting free speech and people’s access to government.

      Last week, YouTube pulled down a video of committee testimony in the Ohio House after a witness inaccurately claimed COVID-19 wasn’t killing children…

      …Founder of a group called Let Them Play, McElvany questioned mask mandates and the science behind state COVID-19 data during a legislative hearing that didn’t feature any witnesses from the other side.
      The committee chairman, Republican Rep. Steven Johnson, said the state health department was invited to testify but did not…

      …In Tennessee, a Republican lawmaker is pushing legislation that would ban most government agencies from requiring anyone to get COVID-19 vaccines, which isn’t a mandate anywhere…
      …While testifying, he ticked off selective statistics that COVID-19 has a lower death rate among children and falsely alleged that the vaccines could cause genetic modifications…

      …Sen. Lora Reinbold has used her committee to amplify voices of those who question the effectiveness of masks and the effects of the government’s emergency response…
      …she characterized the Dunleavy administration as being “wild” over “these experimental” vaccines…
      …“It’s almost like martial law,” she said…
      …“Some call ‘misinformation’ information they do not agree with or do not want to hear,” Reinbold said by email…

      … Several of those who are spreading bogus virus information in legislatures also have supported Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was stolen… … false claims “simply dangerous.” ….

      • mkey says:

        What a load of steaming hot bovine excrement. When does the media present a witness from the other side?

        • flammable says:

          Also it is a legislative hearing which has never had any mandatory requirement for a witness from the other side to be present. Maybe the writer is mixing up a hearing with a court case. There are no sides in a legislative hearing, only groups allowed to show up and the state health department did not show up.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Some people, pundits, professionals and politicians do not want to see the information…and will leave the room so they don’t hear the FACTS.

            On December 8th,2020 the Homeland Security Senate Hearing on Ivermectin and other alternatives…
            Rather than hear the testimony of frontline Doctors, ALL the Democrats walked out.
            QUEUED VIDEO to Ivermectin, where Dr. Pierre Kory had been just previously insulted as the Democrats walked out.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      About 11,000 Texas Restaurants have PERMANENETLY closed, Emily Williams Knight, the (TRA) Texas Restaurant Association’s president, said in an episode of the Y’all-itics podcast on Tuesday.

      “We’re still seeing restaurants close as they can’t make that final turn. It’s gut-wrenching to look at the loss,”
      she said.
      …“Nine out of 10 of these restaurants are small businesses. They employ less than 50 people. And so, you think about that impact in communities across Texas.”…
      “If you think about it, we became little grocery outlets. We got a waiver from the governor and we could sell everything from raw steak and chicken to vegetables. We want to make sure if this happens again, that happens.”

      This represents about 1/5th of all Texas restaurants and accounts for 150,000 Texans who have lost their jobs.

      Valentine’s Day (Feb 14th) should had been a money maker for restaurants. However, Texas got hit with the Arctic Vortex which brought sub-zero temperatures, snow, ice, and power outages.
      Monthly rent rates don’t stop coming. It is not uncommon for a nice sized restaurant to pay $10,000 or more a month in rent. Utilities aren’t cheap. Their break-even comes after countless meals are served.

      Texas Restaurant Association

  29. RickMcCarthy says:

    Hello all,

    Long time listener/viewer, new subscriber. Looking forward to digging deeper into various topics from your research James, as well as the contributions of the community.

    This article resonates with something that I’ve been grappling with, which is the “opting out” concept. Here in the US, it has never been more apparent that our voting system is a rigged game, but I’ve always voted. How can I not vote? If I do not do my part, how can I complain when I don’t like the direction we are heading and all that. Also, while the fundamental policy foundation that Team Coke and Team Pepsi are built on are indistinguishable, the periphery policies (taxes, gun control, social programs, etc.) are more suited to my idea of life in America on one side than on the other. How can I merely opt out?

    Anyway, glad to be here and I’m sure that there will be plenty to consider as I wrestle with how we move forward toward freedom and peace.


    • cu.h.j says:

      Good questions. The peripheral issues particularly local issues can have an impact.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Howdy Rick. We Corbett Members all say “Welcome!”

    • Duck says:

      Hi Rick 🙂
      Local regulations probably effect you more anyway and you can actually have an effect if you have a few dozen friends who are willing to write letters , go to meetings or otherwise make the local boss think his or job may be at risk.

      If normal people got MORE involved in politics things would improve…if they just delegitimized the government by ALL dropping out things might improve…right now we are in sour spot between those points.

  30. pearl says:

    Yes, I know. This headline is so yesterday, but I’m posting this ’cause I appreciate Hugo’s brutally honest talk:

    Who Can You Trust? Peter Hitchens

    • mkey says:

      Floor gunk sure doesn’t go with Hitchen’s shirt, but I guess once the floor is wiped with ya, you get what you had coming.

      • pearl says:

        Honestly, I don’t know about him being controlled opposition. First and foremost, P.Hitchens is a consistent Calvinist. At the end of the day, he’s just another worm obeying God’s appointed rulers. His theology demands it.

        • pearl says:

          Mea culpa: While he enjoys the company of his good, American friend and “Calvinist Ayatolah” Doug Wilson, I just remembered that he’s Anglican. So, divine right of kings/queens sans wormhood maybe? I could learn more about the latter religion, but I’m not going to.

          • Duck says:

            Lol… Was just going to ask where you’d heard he was a Calvinist. Anglicans have totally collapsed as a church, being the State church they always did tend to bend to authority.
            The head of the US Anglicans gave a sermon where she said Paul casting a DEMON out of a slave girl was him “not seeing the beauty in her” so…yeah.

            I kinda like Hitchins, since he does point out a ton of things that have been going wrong in the western world.
            On the other hand he’s a wealthy older guy who has very little to gain from pulling too hard on his leash so I guess he just decided to cuck.
            Everyone is going to have that moment of truth …. hope I do better

  31. scpat says:

    Something really just clicked for me when watching the Recommended Viewing video, “China’s Genetically Modified Soldier Class”.

    Jason Bermas makes a great point when he says that the inundation with robotics in our world today is preparing the human psyche for the normalization of changing our bodies and appearances not just through plastic surgery, but through gene therapy and manipulation (see queued video below).

    Earlier in the conversation Jason was discussing LGBTQ. This all made me think that in the past several years there has been a concerted attack on the norms of gender. There is a continuous and ongoing campaign to ‘re-educate’ children and adults to believe that there are a million types of gender or ways to ‘identify’ yourself with. Gender pronouns, gender identity, gender neutral restrooms, etc. have become mainstream. If you disagree with these ideas you may be called a bigot and viewed as if you had just called a black person a nigger. Since at least 2017, textbooks that little kids use in public schools are teaching them that there is no solid gender.

    It would make sense that this is a key part of the larger plan for transhumanism. If people are comfortable with the above ideas, then it will be much easier for them to be okay with the ideas of genetic modification via vaccines, insertable/injectable biotechnology, gene editing, designer babies, human “upgrades”, etc. If they can break down the barriers of man and woman, then everything becomes wishy-washy and these human genetic modifications dont seem to really matter, and will not face as much resistance by the general public. I mean, look what they are already getting away with with the mRNA vaccines!

    (Queued video):—-Biologically-Enhanced-Soliders—–A-New-Race-1:4?t=464

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Scpat, You are in northern California, right?
      My brother, a High School Math teacher in California, tells me some wild stories of how insane things are.

      The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is bankrolling an activist educational group that believes math is racist and that arriving at an objective answer is an example of “white supremacy.”


      …Specifically, as Summit News noted at the time, a conglomerate of 25 educational organizations called A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction asserts that asking students to find the correct answer is an “inherently racist practice.”

      The organization’s website lists the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as its only donor…

      …A guidebook for teachers produced by Pathway called ‘Dismantling Racism in Mathematics Instruction’ ludicrously claims that mathematics “is used to uphold capitalist, imperialist, and racist views.”

      …Teachers are instructed to blame non-white students getting answers wrong on “white supremacist practices,” which are truly to blame for the “underachievement” of minorities…


      • scpat says:


        No, I’m in the southern central valley, but much of California is pretty crazy ideologically, particularly the liberal areas. I dug into the course materials referenced by the article and I’m having a hard time understanding the idea that objective answers are an example of white supremacy. Huh..maybe I’m not woke enough?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Forbes – March 2nd
      Six Dr. Seuss Books Won’t Be Published Due To ‘Hurtful And Wrong’ Racist Images

      Dr. Seuss Enterprises, in a statement issued on the deceased author’s birthday, said the discontinued “books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong” and that stopping sales is part of its broader plan to “ensure Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ catalog represents and supports all communities and families.”…

      …The discontinued titles are: “McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!,” “Scrambled Eggs Super!,” “The Cat’s Quizzer,” “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” and “If I Ran the Zoo.” …

      …Other criticized Seuss books, such as “The Cat in the Hat,” will still be published, but the organization said it is “committed to listening and learning and will continue to review our entire portfolio.”….

      …And so…bright minds go to work…
      Banned Dr. Seuss Books Already Selling For Hundreds Of Dollars On Ebay
      [IMAGES & interesting tidbits including link to BabylonBEE]

      Meanwhile, many have noted that Seuss actually wrote several anti-racism books which teach children to accept people who aren’t like them, and that it’s ok to be different.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        But that’s not all…

        Dr. Seuss Is 9 Of The Top 10 Amazon Best-Selling Books
        In fact, 24 of the top 27 books are Dr. Seuss.
        [IMAGES in article and…
        …the last meme gets extra points!]

        Vintage Dr. Seuss books are selling for a lot of money!

        This headline relates to the BOTTOM MEME of the Dr. Seuss article…
        China Mandates Anal Swab COVID Tests For All Visitors, Despite “Psychological Pain”

    • Duck says:

      Re LGBTQP rights, you are I think correct
      Read Transgender Industrial Complex by Scott Howard if you want to get up on that- its a pretty long read with lots of detail. The unabombers manifesto makes the same point you do… the ‘system’ wants to make everyone the same and can not allow people to have any identity that goes outside set perimeters Author interview with Red ice radio (they went full nazi a while back…. so…) Long author interview I have not listened in detail too… sliding thru it I see he agrees with you on the reasons foe this being pushed short review of the book

      The EASY read is this, it focuses on how Tech is messing up children, focusing on girls, and the huge amount of social pressure being used to steer these girls into a set identity

      She is SO MUCH easier to read, and much more focused on things that matter to families and parent… she does not go into the funding or the politics at all but she is a great communicator
      here she is on Joe rogan.

  32. Aamir says:

    Very well written.

  33. says:

    The game is also played in different timescale.
    It is played in slow motion, so you do not see the moves. Because we are to busy…

    We seem to be occupied to make ends meet. But if we consciously re-evaluate what this ends should really be, we might step out of this treadmill right away or with a little planning. But it is frightening to do so, since you must unlearn to obey and start listening to your inner voice.

    But if you choose to make your inner voice your cornerstone, your life begins…

    Christian Bumba

  34. Absolum says:

    Dear James,

    I’ve regularly been shell shocked by the pinpoint accuracy and relevance of many of your videos.

    This editorial, is probably your recent best, save for ” A letter to the future”.

    I’ve been trying to convey this very message to many people already woken-up to the reality of our current time.

    Never would I’ve thought someone would be able to articulate this in such a powerful and articulate eloquence.

    Thank You.

  35. candlelight says:

    The 3D players have an unreasonably fair advantage and, although we can garner glimpses of the 3D team and the pieces at their disposal, a wall of classification and secrecy still shrouds their movements to the point where we can only infer or guess at their abilities to influence the 2D board.

    After 14 years, is this all we’ve got? 14 years of research has only garnered “glimpses”? What does “a wall of classification and secrecy” even mean? Specifically, from where or from whom does this “classification” derive? Who issues the classification? Exactly what is the nature of such “classification”?

    Am I asking the right questions? However, to hang your whole thesis on a wall of classification and secrecy is unresolute and opaque, and lacking any real degree of clarity. Can we dig a little deeper, a little harder? Name some names, at least?

    By the way, as we freely walk away from the game, are we going to ask the citizens of China, all one and a half billion of them, for instance, to walk away, too. Are they free to do so? How does that work?

    I hope I’m not being unreasonably fair. I mean, reasonably unfair. No, wait, a person can’t be reasonably unfair, just as they can’t be unreasonably fair…I think. Unreasonably unfair? 🙂

    • cu.h.j says:

      I think many people in China are probably also sick of the tyranny. When the lockdown in Wuhan started, there was a video of a Chinese man from Wuhan trying to speak out against what the government was doing.

      He said they were preventing people from going to the hospital and locking them in their homes. He said it was wrong and he was angry and said what they were doing was wrong.

      I’ve since looked for the video again and can’t find it. I think people in many people in China are afraid of being kidnapped and killed by their government and that kind of thing can happen there.

      People with more freedom need set an example and then perhaps more people in China would be willing to take a risk.

      • candlelight says:

        People with more freedom, who are they? Us? Obviously, the denizens of China would be hard pressed to take risks to express their wont – if they have any left – of freedom given the amount of oppression they’re under. Just ask any of the tens of millions of Uyghurs who are currently being subjugated, wholesale, by the totalitarian government in Beijing. The Chinese government is essentially committing genocide against these people, not for being rebellious freedom seekers, but ostensibly, for just being themselves. Meanwhile, apparently, the majority of Chinese people seem to be in lockstep with the rollout of every technological social control and surveillance application known (and perhaps, still unknown) to man. [But, social controls be damned – they seem to be doing quite well under surveillance capitalism. Look at how many billionaires they’re sprouting!]

        So, you are either super optimistic about people with so-called freedom setting some kind of example for those under the most calculated, rigid oppression, to take risks, risks that at best will demote them into being citizens non grata, wherein they will be guaranteed to garner “social scores” that leave them socially and economically outcast, or at worst, subject to incarceration and death: Either that, or you are woefully, woefully niäve.

        But, hey, listen, that’s just my opinion. Maybe if enough folks have it within their means and have the wherewithal and gumption to scrap it all, because they have the “freedom” to do so, and maybe join in on some freedom pods, or bubbles, or agora communities, or whatever you want to call the nexus of sixties’ hippie colonies that are touted on these pages as being the grand solution to all the troubles that are coming down the pike – who knows! – maybe some of those hard pressed Uyghurs facing their demise might find encouragement!

  36. fer67 says:

    As someone who has watched how govts and other institutions have treated the homeless and the victims of big pharma (pain med addicts now dying at a rate of 100-150 per month in British Columbia) I have to wonder about what ‘humanity’ it is that we stand to lose. Why is it so easy for those in govt and big pharma and other institutional professions to commit crimes against humanity, and then turn around and claim that humanity is evil so we should exterminate ourselves? Why are so many so frozen when it comes to stopping the evil that has been exterminating the poor for 30 years now? Why do we see photos of concentration camps where one commandant is whipping a POW while all the other POWs sit there, obv glad it’s not them, and doing nothing? How do we get so hypnotized? Why can’t we break out of it? What is ‘our humanity’ that we stand to lose, or have we lost it already? The voices of truth are far far fewer than the apathetic silence of the many. I have been talking about the same stuff as James for 35 years, of the concentration of power and the banks that back all wars etc etc and it is not getting through. Where are the honest humans filled with integrity? Would like to meet one in person one day.

    • cu.h.j says:

      “the homeless” is a huge category of people and though I tend to agree government programs are meant to keep people downtrodden, there are others who exploit “the system”.

      People have to care about themselves and make choices in their own best interests. We do have some choices and aren’t all living in Guantanamo Bay where we are at the mercy of our captors.

      I work with homeless, drug addicts, poor and sick people (who refuse to take care of themselves) in the ER and there are some of these folks that just don’t give a crap about anything or themselves and there’s nothing I can do to fix it. No outside helping hand will make it all better. They must learn to love and care for themselves and see themselves as worthy of respect and dignity.

      “the system” does teach people they don’t have value and if their parents don’t counter this narrative, it’s hard to overcome it.

      I have met plenty of people who are honest and filled with integrity, probably my mother is the person I’ve known with the most of this who would risk her own life and safety to speak up for another person. You never know who these people might be. I’ve had people help me out of a bind and I never would haven ever thought they would be the type. This is why it’s good to not judge others and make assumptions about people. Humans can be very good to one another as well as being evil.

  37. FlyingAxblade says:

    Mosquito season is right around the corner. Ready for Gates’ stabs?

  38. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This first week of March…
    Could there had been a hard crash in the Stock Markets?
    Plunge Protection Team?

    James Corbett has often talked about the rigged financial system. I want to highlight an editorial he wrote about 6 months prior to the COVID era…
    Another Conspiracy Confirmed:
    How the Plunge Protection Team Rigs the Markets

    BACKSTORY (by me, HRS – a novice, non-expert to the financial arena.)
    This week, all eyes were on the Treasurys.
    United States Treasury securities are government debt instruments issued by the United States Department of the Treasury to finance government spending as an alternative to taxation. Treasury securities are often referred to simply as Treasurys. – Wiki

    Treasurys pay interest. The Federal Reserve wants inflation at around 2%. If the interest rate on Treasurys start to go above 2%, then it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, for the United States government to pay back the borrowed money (in the trillions).

    Well, everyone and their dog knows that groceries, gas and rent have gone up more than 2% per year. REAL inflation hits the checkbook of average Joe.

    When the interest rate on Treasurys goes higher, investors move their money there and out of stocks (stocks are considered “risk assets”). The Bond market (Treasurys and other debt instruments) are 5 times the size of the stock market.
    Also, the “Dollar” as a currency becomes stronger (more valued, because of the rate of return from interest). This has implications in trade between nations and other things.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      So…this week all eyes were on Treasurys. The interest rates were going up rapidly. This caused all kinds of weird “short” scenarios in the overnight market (Repo). People and institutions were starting to bail from stocks (which EVERYONE knows are in a bubble and way over-valued.) Stock prices were falling fast, because “Real World” was catching up to hard facts despite media hype.

      “…High-flyers from Tesla Inc. to Zillow Group Inc. and Chewy Inc. tumbled this week as the spike in rates put pressure on richly valued companies. Along with cannabis plays and solar stocks, these poster children for market froth are enduring losses that exceed 20% from recent highs, meeting one definition of a bear market….” – Bloomberg – Friday 3/5/21

      Reuters tried to not ring alarm bells on Thursday March 4th, but at least mentioned it…
      U.S. 10-year Treasuries borrowing rate in repo market goes negative, indicating stress

      Federal Reserve Jerome Powell was expected to mention this weird, precarious scenario on Friday March 5th at a Wall Street Journal video conference. He never did.

      MIRACLE COINCIDENCE suddenly on Friday around the noon hour U.S. time…
      …the selling of stocks immediately halted the second that European markets closed…and every single time we dipped negative on TICK, another mysterious bid immediately lifted the markets…
      Stock charts show a sudden turn-around from downward to upward.
      It’s laughable.
      It is like everyone, all at once, had a positive outlook.
      PPT? Stocks Rescued By Biggest Intraday Dip-Buy Since 2011 EU Crisis Bailouts

  39. Roy says:

    “In chess, one player ‘checkmates’ the other by driving his opponent’s king into a position from which he cannot move without being attacked.”

    This is actually a description of stalemate rather than checkmate. More correct would be something like: “In chess, one player ‘checkmates’ the other by attacking his opponent’s king in such a way that the king cannot escape and the attack cannot be averted.”

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