Interview 1012 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

03/12/20158 Comments

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: #GoodNewsNextWeek: Game Teaches Logical Fallacies
Marijuana-Sniffing Dogs Out In Oregon As Legalization Kicks In
Dramatic Drop in Law Enforcement Interest In Michigan
New Glasses Make You Invisible to Facial Recognition Software
Independents Outnumber Both Democrats and Republicans in 44 of 50 States

Story #2: Hillary’s Emailgate Could Expose Clinton Foundation
Hillary Clinton’s Media Demons Return To Haunt Her — Loudly
Flashback: Bush White House Email Controversy
Flashback: Meet The Clintons

Story #3: Hello Barbie, Goodbye Privacy As ‘Creepy’ New Doll Spies On Your Child
High-Tech 'Talking' Barbie Bad Idea, Group Says
Flashback: Barbie Video Girl In FBI Cross Hairs (Dec 2010)
Scotland Yard Police Chief Wants To Put CCTV In ALL Homes
How DNA Is Turning Us Into a Nation of Suspects

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  1. rockshot says:

    Yet another great podcast. I missed Pilato’s insight on things as well.
    This show never seems to last long enough!

  2. hoppers says:

    Oh dear, don’t know if you read Thierry Meyssan, but it appears that the French PTB want to ban horrible people like us!

    • NotDole says:

      I say Good Luck With That, with France being one of the most awakened country regarding 911 in the western world (speaking of the citizenry here.).

  3. NotDole says:

    Here’s my solution regarding the Hello Barbie, have your friends (adult) just set up a pool, to buy just one of them(far from me the idea of everyone buying one and give Mattel more money) and just flood it with non-kiddie questions, gross sexual stuff and other irrelevant bullshit like reading the NHL scoress in the newspapers each morning, basically mess up their nifty cloud database. Not only would it be a nice way to spend a night with friends and maybe have some alcohol(alcohol always makes me come up with funnier stuff than I am sober) and flood the physical spyware.

    And of course there would need to be more groups of 6-7 adults buying one for this to work….one can always dream.

  4. NotDole says:

    And about vinyl records, I’m also a big fan, I got a digital turntable that won’t scratch your records and it’s a recent gadget, by Phillips, so I imagine it can’t be so bad. Anyways, some idiots with the non regular ecksbawks one (I’m a playstation guy, thats why I call it like that or other more deragotary names I won’t mention here), you know the ones with the Kinect installed with it, with the camera and mike that can apparently be turned off, only for an update to put back everything to default settings (I’m not sure if that’s still the case), but don’t worry, if you got one and play vinyls on your stereo, they’ll be able to listen in!

    And I only listen to hardcore punk from the 80′(and some from the 90’s and 2000’s, some bands didn’t sell out, or they never disbanded like so many did in 85 or so) and thrash metal. All music that speaks against the authoritie. I don’t know if being Canadian serves me well so far, CSEC isn’t NSA, but whatever.

    If they ever come for us like the Gestapo did, I’m a chemist, so I have some compounds in gelcaps to eat in case my door gets busted. If I was American I’d be quadruple paranoid and have them on reachable in 10 seconds…for now they’re in my WEED box with the pipe. It’s easy to make, with apple seeds, but I won’t say more, I’ll go out Goering’s way and I think everyone should think of a similar method if they ever imprison us for no reason, eat your cyanide then wait it up in their black sites.

  5. NotDole says:

    I was writing a continuing comment to that previous post but it disappeared as I was writing it in…hmm…I was saying that in case shit hits the fan, I think a majority, albeit a small one, of US Soldiers would never go against the citizenry they swore to protect, that and the constitution. So I’d expect a civil war, like I expect a civil war to break in Israel, which would be really bad if the hardcore zionists get access to the nukes.

  6. VoltaicDude says:

    Wow – thanks for talking about logical or “informal” fallacies! Informal Fallacies are invaluable (which, of course, ironically, means of great value!), even just for everyday conversation. DontFallacyMeBro is definitely a site to check-out.

    They are also exciting! – Training your mind to understand fallacious constructions will free you from many of the mental/social prisons you may have been born into.

    My understanding of informal fallacies is also that there is no hard/definitive list of them, but that they are general understandings (collected and defined in various ways at various times) on nonsensical constructions, and that they also often overlap (i.e. are not necessarily mutually exclusive, but are open to interpretive application).

    This is the list I was raised on (I keep it on the wall at my desk)…
    Informal Fallacies:
    1) Argumentum ad Baculum – appeal to force
    2) Argumentum ad Hominem, abusive – name calling
    3) Argumentum ad Hominem, circumstantial – guilt by association
    4) Argumentum ad Ignorantum – argument from ignorance
    5) Argumentum ad Misericordium – appeal to pity
    6) Argumentum ad Populum – appeal to multitude thru arousal
    7) Argumentum ad Vericundian – appeal to authority
    8) Accident – hasty inference
    9) Converse Accident – hasty generalization
    10) False Cause – hasty association
    11) Petitio Pricipii – begging the question
    12) Complex Question – grouping questions requiring separate consideration
    13) Ignoratio Elenchi – irrelevant conclusion

    An example of an Informal Fallacy that I remember from my school daze that comes to mind is: Spring has arrived and a young man’s thoughts turn to logic.(!)

    As I remember it this next example is of a Formal Fallacy based on “ambiguity of terms”: Great Danes are dogs; Hamlet was a great Dane; Therefore Hamlet was a dog.

    Other sites that could be interesting/useful…

  7. VoltaicDude says:

    Digitized Social Networks – Beware!

    They are extremely common and “pushed” especially on college campuses these days as egalitarian resource sharing programs – “here give us all the ways you might be useful to this “good group activity,” and reciprocally benefit from others also on this list.” – Yeah, right.

    Organized crime runs some of these networks, financing and marketing these programs in “legit” business environments targeting undergrads, grads and young professionals.

    There are also social network programs specifically targeting “political activists” that perform the same functions.

    Basically all these digitized programs inventory all the important aspects of your life and the personal resources you tap into.

    If you ever cross the powers that be, they use this data to infiltrate your life, frame you, etc. – the basics of COINTELRO dossiers used to “design” the destruction of a targets life.

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