How to Present Info for Visual Learners - #SolutionsWatch

03/02/202158 Comments

A picture is worth a thousand words, and it is often the case that a well-crafted image can get the point across much more effectively than a lengthy diatribe. Joining us to demonstrate this concept is the author of "Government — The Biggest Scam in History," which makes the case in a compelling, image-based way that government of every flavour has been a scam of inter-generational organized crime since the beginning.

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Government — The Biggest Scam in History

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  1. kenny99 says:

    I’ve been thinking this very thing for a long time. I’ve been vocal about the topic, some people think I’m right in my opinion, and kind of a crank at the same time. Double think is alive and well!

    It’s only a matter of time until we see them crumble under the weight of their deception. The way that Bill Gates, and his megalomaniac amigos are buying up land at a frankly alarming rate!

    Henry Kissinger Quote: “Who controls the food supply controls the people. Who controls the energy can control continents.

    An awful affliction of a creature, that everyone can agree. He has headed some devastating political strategies across the world, and should be in prison for the rest of his natural life.

    I’m really concerned about Bill Gate’s wish to shape the future in his image, having watched him he does not strike me as a very intelligent being at all more a cult member. Seems to be the case with the breed of megalomaniacs none have a personality, there I said it 😁.

    Everything he wishes to achieve is based on computer modeling, his ventures are all based around the synthetic, meat, life (I hope everyone can agree that is what fb, insta, tiktoc, and the almighty Google is).

    Can he and his kind that only seek to control the global population be held accountable for their action’s? Is the next faze of human consciousness evolution the great realisation of the fakeness in the world inside a screen?

    Thoughts please ✌️❤️💪

    • Abductedbyfire says:

      kenny99, it’s questions like yours that keep me up at night.

      I don’t have any profound insights or any very intelligent, politically revolutionizing answers. However, in the days since my full wake-up call (about 2 years ago) there have been a few things that have helped me to maintain my sanity and, at the same time, helped me actively resist in a peaceful manner.

      Firstly, I never go anywhere without these quotes:

      “I have found that it is the small everyday deed of ordinary folks that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.” ~ Gandalf (J. R. R. Tolkein ~ The Hobbit)

      “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”-Mahatma Gandhi

      Secondly, I highly recommend actively learning how to craft useful items, portraying emotion using an art form and employing new skill sets. This is where true freedom of self thrives. It is also highly contageous and hard to kill. Independence starts and ends with self, in my opinion.

      I wish I had more to bring to the table. Sadly, I have been beating my head against the wall to try to formulate some sort of remedy for the vast and oppressive evil controling our world…to no avail.

      I hope this helps some. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on here. It helps to know I am not alone in my stress.

      • kenny99 says:

        Thanks for replying fire. His blatant lack of regard for life should spook everyone! For him and the other megalomaniac technocrats they believe the solution to be depopulation of the masses.

        I say hit it head on and take him to court. I’m waiting for a big file of truth to come out within the next few weeks to blow the whole thing outa the water.

        We live it the weirdest, and best of times. I don’t let it consume my every waking moment. I too have sayings that keep me sain.

        Being in a minority, even a minority of one did not make you mad. There was truth and there were untruths. If you clung to the truth, even against the whole world. You where not mad.


        If you do not read the paper you are ill informed, if you do you are misinformed.


        A coward is incapable of exhibiting love. It is the prerogative of the brave.


        Also if you haven’t watched it, chaplains great dictator speach is prity awesome.

        We have been given a great tool today we must incorporate it and base our objective on ousting these machine men with machine heart’s!

        Talk soon my new CR buddy ✌️🙂

        • Abductedbyfire says:

          What wonderful quotes! I will add them to my arsenal. I’ll check out that speech, too.

          I never feel brave. I feel overwhelmed. All I have are my my paint brushes and paint. I hope art finds it’s place in the fight. Wish there was more I could do. But they can’t have my mind. That keeps me going most days.


          • kenny99 says:

            I do have my own outlet, I’m still an aspiring DJ 😂. If you seek out information because of an intuitive gut sence that what you’re being told by the propaganda mk ultra box is wrong, and search out open sorce information then you are very brave.

            Most of population will not deviate from the information indoctrination system. Even when their gut is telling them that there is something wrong they have a) been tricked into thinking they have no power to change the system ,or b) they enjoy the light show of endless mindless distraction.

            One trick that is very obv is that of using our love for each other against us. Covert 19. People don’t see the sinister protocols that they have been indoctrinated into believing. Personally I’ve only worn a mask about three times. If someone respectively asks me to do so when entering their establishment then I did.

            Now I respectively decline. I have paid a toil for my stubbornness to not conform, my family at present think I’m a super spreading virus machine, and even with evidence they still choose to believe the mk ultra box over their own full sensory observations.

            I have hope that the obvious will hit them straight in the cranium very soon, and they will stop double thinking every obvious hole in the MSM narrative. Keep the chin held high trust yourself, if you get something wrong then that’s a learning experience not a rod to wip yourself with 😉


            I hope you are well, I hope you are happy and I hope something within my ramblings make sense and gives you solace 🙂

        • sojourner says:

          Trying to catch up on Corbett Report and read a few of the comments before going back to my garden. Referencing your Chaplin quote, I downloaded this video several years ago. “Freedom” is a film by Brian Doherty with some great Irish dancing. Definitely worth a visit to Screwtube.

          • kenny99 says:

            I will give it a watch, thanks for sharing. I’ve seen a lot of Irish dancing in my day, more into techno moves that diddly dee dy doe ✌️🤣

    • Tina says:

      As soon as I heard that Gates was buying tons of American farm land, I knew something sinister was going on. He’s invested in ‘lab grown meat’ and did horribly destructive things to farming in India until they ran him out of the country. What is he up to now? When Bill Gates is involved, it’s never anything good for the people…

    • hughe038 says:

      Great book, Kenny! Glad you’re working with New Hampshire and Arizona. I suggest you try Montana next. There’s at least one Montana State Senator who is pushing to have that state secede. A friend of mine told me about that, but I didn’t get his name.

  2. maddamon says:

    This is excellent, I have already downloaded it, will be sharing it with fakebook where many are fast asleep. We are organising ourselves via telegram in local areas! Will be linking it to all the groups! In UK

  3. Fantastic stuff!!!

    Just as the US flag is emotional brand recognition, if there’s ever a 2nd edition the “Who Profits from the Present Usury Money System” chart could display the crests, emblems, logos, and such of the many branches of government, banks, media, etc. (@34:40+)

    As always, shared on

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    “How to Present Info for Visual Learners – #SolutionsWatch” is a fantastic title for this presentation!
    It’s like walking through the door of someone’s birthday party, then realizing it is a wild orgy of truth bombs.

    The physical book is an excellent dissemination tool.
    One could leave it on a waiting room table at a Doctor’s office or some other facility.
    It is a nice gentle “mailer” to friends and family with a note that simply says: “I found this interesting, especially page __.”

    I grinned at the haircut joke that James made.

  5. slight says:

    Loving this video ! This presentation of information ! Ordered the book ! Thank you love you James

  6. FatKat says:

    If focused in New Hampshire, may be good to look at trying to call for a Constitutional Convention as it may already be on the ballot there in 2022 automatically. Then could try to push whole state, or perhaps just a sub area in state be an alternative to the other Leviathans.

    Every 10 years in New Hampshire, last was 2012 (35% voted yes), automatically on ballot call for constitutional convention (NH Constitution, Article 100)

  7. Save 10% of Earnings! says:

    Solutions: If you’re looking for things that you personally can do to reduce the influence of the powerful, and at the same time increase your own, go to for a list of them.

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  9. completelycookie says:

    Managed to add the ‘everything bundle’ into cart, worldwide shipping, only to find available in US and Canada only. I’m in UK where much of the criminal media and banking cartels have a strong impact. Since this crime is global, I don’t understand why this insight isn’t available globally.

    • rheadmaeo says:

      I too have the same problem, living in the UK sure sucks sometimes. This problem has happened to me many times over the years and I agree we live where some of the banking cartel puppet masters reign supreme.
      When I do manage to find a really good book, at the moment I’m waiting for one on eugenics, it’s an agonising 4 to 6 weeks wait. To say eugenics originated over here you would think I could pick up books written by UK writers but like the banking cartel, it’s not so or at best very limited.

  10. Hank says:

    Website of this gentleman is a tragedy and currently is not working.

    Also, when this movement will finally comprehend that we ought to care about ourselves and people who are ready to engage with us and not pursue new avenues to convince anyone about the reality.

  11. april.a says:

    Wow!! We’ve been increasingly aware of the worship of political entities and of the U.S. in general over the last several years. This was incredible. Thank you guys!

  12. Save 10% of Earnings! says:

    If you’re looking for things that you personally can do to reduce the influence of the powerful, and at the same time increase your own, go to for a list of them.

  13. lizzie says:

    Government = intergenerational organized crime.
    Learn that at the speed of light
    I thought he said – integrational (integrated) organised crime.
    This would also make sense, the crimes trickle down and we take part in it weather we like it of not.

  14. 226 says:

    I don’t remember what his criteria is for finding one state……perhaps he could try Governor Kristi Noem
    From S.D.. S D , the one state that never shut down thru the current debacle.

  15. mkey says:

    This book should be renamed to “The quirkiest coinkidinks in the history of the world!”

  16. ericrlepine says:

    Can’t help, given the topic of this video (visual learning for reconceptualising our world), but recommend Nick Sousanis’s “Unflattening”.

    • ericrlepine says:

      Oh, and on the topic of “exposing people to how the magician does their trick” (or more accurately, as per Stephen Jenkinson, what can best be called ‘spellcasting’… Or maybe Black Magic?), might I warmly invite you to watch “In and Of Itself?”… A few cameo appearances that are bound to get at least a few à propos comments from the regular Corbett readership 🙂

  17. herrs says:

    Interesting book and visual collection. Need to correct one thing. Eastern Germany also had their peoples temple “Palast der Republik” in eastern Berlin. Now demolished…

  18. Jed says:

    Brilliant, looks like he’s up on some NLP. Great stuff.

  19. Paul says:

    I really enjoyed the communications aspects of what he discusses and demonstrates and this book does an excellent job, overall.

    However, to be the typical contraritarian, I take issue with aspects of messages in the book. If he had stopped with merely convincing the reader that the government is a scam, that would’ve been great.

    For example, recommending to not eat meat is ludicrous and goes against a tremendous amount of scientific and archeological findings. Why even put it in there, especially knowing people like me will have this response immediately?

    I am also down on the Free State Project. It puts everyone into one place – maybe we should change the name to the Ukraine Project, because that is what the Feds will do if the stated goal of secession is achieved.

    Also, I don’t want to be the guy not putting his hand up. That’s how they know who to go after.

    • mkey says:

      Well, Paul, the author probably doesn’t give a rats ass about anyone getting offended, as he indeed should not, and just opts for speaking the truth as he sees it, as he should.

      There is a lot that can be said about not slaughtering animals in worst ways immaginable after they have spent their lives living in worst ways imaginable.

      I am not claiming eating meat equates torture in general, but there is a lot of progress that needs to made in public conciousness and works such as these can only help bribg that about.

      • Paul says:

        While user @mkey is unlikely to receive my message, my hope is that others will read the following and evolve to more effective methods for communication:

        My initial point that going beyond the one single communication of “the government is a scam” because it creates debates and discussion on issues not relevant to the scam messaging is perfectly demonstrated by the above reply. If one were actually read my comment and apply comprehension, it would be clear that I was not actually attempting to enter a discussion outside of the original topic, but rather providing an example of how easy it is to send conversations into a completely different direction that is ultimately counterproductive to the primary objective.

        We have very limited opportunities to communicate anything, so the fewer the messages being communicated, the more likely they are to be communicated. It would something if a single message has a chance of being communicated that is 40%, then adding one additional message means communicating has a chance of 5%, and on down from there.

        And, of course, the simpler the message is communicated (images, as discussed in this episode, are the top of being “simple”), the more likely the message is to be communicated.

        • mkey says:

          I think my comment was pretty much on the money. Comprehension applied successfully. You are now back-tracking, that’s fine. Don’t see why you feel the need to drag me into it, but that’s between you and yourself.

          Food is a very important subject and every opportunity should be taken to bring the issue into light. What we eat makes what we are and stays with us for the entierty of our lives.

  20. Octium says:

    The part about the presidents being portrayed as being holly is funny as the Image I get from Biden is that of the Masked Bandit.

    Perhaps that is because he is only intended as being short lived?

  21. shaw.r says:

    Visualization or lack thereof is used by the colour white and this keys into “White Silence”.
    Most of the buildings or peoples uniforms that they want you to blindly follow are coloured white.

    The White House, Capitol Building, and most political/government buildings around the world. Also doctors and scientists are other examples.

    Interestingly the pyramids originally probably had a white stucco coating.

    Yes we have all been mind controlled and hypnotised not to question authority.

    • Abductedbyfire says:

      An extremely fascinating observation! shaw.r, do you recommend any literature elaborating on this phenomenon? I frequently research the correlations between optics and the human psyche. (I’m a visual artist).

      Thanks for your thoughts.

      • shaw.r says:

        Not really but just to be aware of this is important. I am fairly intuitive and I listened to the podcasts on “white Silence” which is about a plane from New Zealand flying into Mt Erebus From memory.

        Those podcasts you can listen to for free and they are fascinating. But after that I had that in my mind and I looked at areas like Washington DC, London and the government and finance buildings around the world and even in Russia.

        It made me wonder whether using the colour white is like a mind control tool. If you are dressed in white or say white overalls are you more likely to be able to enter a building without being approached?

        Food for thought.

  22. Great stuff James. I like this ‘French’ guy and all that he is trying to accomplish.
    I will support his work.

    A very minor point. At the 8:05 mark he’s talking about ‘Visual Learners’.
    He states that:

      “Eyes can register 36,000 visual images per hour
       But can only understand 400 words per minute”

    This is a classic apples to oranges comparison. 🙂

      400 words per minute  = 24,000 words per hour, which is 2/3 of 36,000.

     So looking at the comparison this way (apples to apples),
     talking in words per minute is only 1/3 less efficient,
    or not nearly as dramatic as he was trying to say, when comparing
    images/hr. to words/min.

    It becomes 36,000 : 24,000 and not
    36,000 : 400

    • Bilejones says:

      I agree on the Apples/Oranges thing.It jarred when I heard it.
      He should have used the same units and used that to stress that very little information is conveyed in a word versus an image,
      I would have used “face” as an example: far more information is conveyed in the image of a face than by the mere word face.
      The image is worth a thousand words at least.

  23. alucientes says:

    Though some of your audience may not like his politics because he’s a Socialist,, this talk Myths Of The Founding Fathers by Michael Parenti is excellent, -all of his talks are excellent:

  24. Ben Stone says:

    I would agree with Paul above, that the message is watered down once you stray from the main topic of “The State is a crime gang that is gaming you”.
    Also, IMO, the idea that we fight the State by making our own state (or State), or by taking over a state, while using what Oppenheimer called “the political means” is down right foolish. It has been tried and it always fails. I would also say that using the political means to accomplish any goal is unethical.
    I have first hand experience with New Hampshire’s Free State Project, and I can attest that power both draws the corruptible and corrupts even the honest.
    Holding the Ring won’t set you free. It will only enslave you.

  25. MagicBullet says:

    This guy’s got the right idea. How about making a “museum of Government Fraud”?

    And btw what is the likely uptake in NH or AZ? You need an on the ground survey of likelihood of success before throwing 3mil at a state that may still be asleep.

  26. Simon says:

    Two questions for the author.
    1. Do you pay income taxes, and if not, how?
    2. If I but a book will you pay sales taxes on it?

    And simply as a comment, are you paying a royalty to Larken Rose on these books??

  27. ladyl says:

    Visual learner seems to me not the smartest people. What is new from La Boétie’s The Politics of Obedience? Honestly nothing new. The opposite. Try to dilute the real value of at that brilliant document. But by eluding that the government religion which is a bad religion , the target is the real religion. That’s why this guy every believe he classify as religion. Obviously this guy is against all religions. So without the religion, without some government, without schooling and entertainment, what will be left of humanity? When you abolish something old you must have something new in hand. This is exactly what the elite is preaching. They got something ready in hand. We must abolish everything and start from the beginning. Seems to me like century old trick.

    • Abductedbyfire says:

      I am in agreeance with you on most of your points. What do you suggest we do, then?

      • ladyl says:

        James explain well what is SolutionsWatch. But that do not mean that here we find the solution. Never one person or a group of people can give or impose some kind of solution to other people for a long period of time. The reason being that the life of an individual is a mystery and best place to find solution is inside ourselves. By a honest discussion we will find the solution.

  28. CRM114 says:

    Symbology, James? @12:15

    *cues the Freemason symbolism scene from the boondock saints

  29. mike.r says:

    This reminded me of a lecture I watched by Dr. Leonard Shlain about a book he wrote called The Alphabet Versus The Goddess. He maintains that prior to the invention of the alphabet, which is processed in the left brain, humans used pictures and hieroglyphs to communicate, which are processed in the right brain. He makes the point that the introduction of the alphabet changed how humans think. There is a direct correlation to how power shifted from loving, nurturing, women (right brain) to aggressive, hunter-killer men (left brain). I’ve posted the lecture below. I found it fascinating and informative as to how we’ve come to where we are now.

    • Bilejones says:

      Yet the disolution of the most humane society of all time: that of Western men that has saved billions from starvation and created astonishing scientific, artistic, musical works, is happening because women have been given political power.
      Funny dat.
      Aristophanes was right.

  30. Bilejones says:

    So I click on the download full deck link to be told that the item was deleted.

  31. 111823 says:

    Found these on

    “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― Buckminster Fuller

    “If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

    “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

  32. Katsavidiz says:

    That was GREAT! Thanks James!

  33. stjm says:

    Excellent stuff James! Thank you for bringing this amazing info! I ordered the bundle, seems can be delivered to the UK.
    I needed a good tool to educate my partner and this is perfect!

  34. johnandd says:

    The website seems to be working now

  35. MagicBullet says:

    This is one of the few times James is looking in awe at what a guest has produced (the only other ones were G Edward Griffen and the RFK Jr interviews), a rare incidence for JC to find a peer.

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