How You Can Help The Corbett Report

02/28/201716 Comments

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Ask not what The Corbett Report can do for you, ask what you can do for The Corbett Report? Well, not exactly. Today James thanks you for your offers of support, gives some pointers for would-be translators, and stresses that the most important way to help The Corbett Report is to help spread the information itself.

Corbett Report member Bart Houkes explains how to make an .srt file

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  1. Andre Dias says:

    After the bitcoin you sent me the least I can do it’s starting to translate the English srt file from the Federal Reserve documentary into Portuguese! Glad to be able to help πŸ˜‰

    P.S. If there are more .srt english files available from your documentaries please let me know!

    • Andre says:

      Hey James and corbettreport members just finished the translation of the Fed documentary to Portuguese and I was wondering if there are any Portuguese or Brazilian members who want to test out the subtitles and warn me of some possible errors or any mistranslations you find!

      P.S. Meanwhile I’ll start β€œHow Big Oil Conquered the World” from the file listed in the comments below!

  2. Max says:

    Hi Forum,
    is it possible to provide me with the english srt-file of “How Big Oil Conquered the World”? The google2srt app doesn’t work on my mac (source no parameters, etc. …). I’d like to translate into german.
    best regards

  3. mkey says:

    Spreading information in theory sure sounds nice, with a few caveats.

    1. people I know in real life don’t understand this shit. At best, they have disconnected themselves from the news streams. At worse, they’re taking the bate, hook, line and sinker. Most are somewhere in the middle.
    They only way I can help these people would be to take a big sledgehammer, go to their homes and smash their TV sets. Not sure how far would I get with that.

    2. general people on the internet (on various sites where from time to time I try to incentivize some people into thinking) are prone to handing insults on whichever basis (assuming they are not a payed shill n which case they’re just doing their job) and there’s quite a lot of censorship going on as well.
    Just as an example, lately there was an article on Smithsonian about the ill fate of Jews in Croatia blah blah blah Jewish remembrance day blah blah which was parroted by the local media. In the comments section on the Smithsonian a typical discussion charged with nationalism was taking place. Since lately there has been quite a lot of saber rattling from “representatives” on all sides in the Balkans cauldron, I wrote an arguably peace seeking comment, pleaded with people to not let themselves being coaxed yet again into this bullshit and posted a link to the “Yugoslavia: the avoidable war” documentary. Haven’t used any profanity nor referenced Jews, Zionists or Israel. The comment was automatically flagged and later deleted before being made public. Peace isn’t a good business.

  4. mkey says:

    One thing I’d like to suggest is that you should look into providing a more functional forum feature for this site. I don’t know much about wordpress, but I’m pretty sure there’s a plugin for stuff like that.

    What I had in mind was to have a new thread started (automagically) for each article in the articles/videos/etc section and to have more sections where people could start their threads/discussions. Starting a forum site somewhere is very trivial indeed, however it wouldn’t be well integrated with the rest of your site.

    I think this would be beneficial for discussions among members and yourself. If you’re in the least interested in such a feature for your site, I’m willing to start a wordpress site somewhere and investigate how much work would be required to make something like that happen. Doable certainly, exact mileage may vary.

    • josh.s says:

      Most of the sites that Indy news sites that I encounter, and which host any discussion at all, are using Disqus. It becomes especially convenient because all the other sites are using it. Users have the option of letting their comment stream be public or private. A public stream helps others to find various sites. My Disqus profile is here: According to Disqus, it is possible to copy old comments into it automatically. I haven’t seen any sites using both Disqus and their own separate local comment stream, but I imagine that is possible too (e.g. if James wanted to keep those as a premium feature).

      A list of Indy News sites that I follow, mostly by RSS is on this downloadable page (with URLs,RSS, and Twitter handles):

  5. peace.froggs says:

    I don’t agree with everything you say here, but man you got some good interesting documented info here at the corbettreport. If only the mainstream news personalities would be so resourceful as you and as open minded, instead they waste their time on twitter, but alas, at least we have you.

    So Thank >>>You<<< James! For all that you do.

  6. Nick Sikorski says:


  7. erichard says:

    Just as the Soviet Union collapsed, every system out there that keeps putting more and more laws are rules on a people will eventually end. And thank God.

    That most surely included the United States government. But are we ready for when the government we are now under is fallen? Others will come forth and try to impose their dictatorship on the people by force. It may be a real struggle for quite some time.

    I recommend right now that people start thinking about, if they have not already, who they can really trust when the lights go out.

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