Interview 1044 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

05/22/201515 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: #Stephanopoulosgate - Singling Stephanopoulos Out Misses the Point
George Stephanopoulos Is Not a Journalist, He Just Plays One on TV
NWNW FLASHBACK: Internal Report Reveals CIA-MSM Propaganda Campaign to Quash Gary Webb Exposé

Video Flashback: "The War Room" (1993)

STORY #2: Genetically Modified Media - NatGeo Gets It Wrong on GMO’s
Mark Lynas Accused of Fabricating Story in New York Times
Why the Founder of the Anti-GMO Movement Converted to the Side of Science
How I Got Converted to G.M.O. Food
GM Watch -
Facebook Partners With New York Times to Publish Stories
Facebook’s Deal with New York Times, BuzzFeed: Why the Media Should Resist, and Why It Can’t

STORY #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek – BBC Admits Breaching Own Rules By Broadcasting Pro-Israel Propaganda
Google Working to Rank Sites Based on ‘Truthfulness’
BBC - Israeli strikes on Gaza buildings 'war crimes'
Who’s Afraid of the Internet? Elites Panic as Information Control Flounders -
JPMorgan Chase, Citicorp, Barclays & RBS Fined More Than $5B, to Plead Guilty to Market Rigging
Phone-Hacking Victims Win Damages from Trinity Mirror Group, Well, Wealthy Celebrity Victims
Congress on Brink of Ending NSA Surveillance Program

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates: 'Mysterious' #X37B Launches Again
2 Babies Die, 37 Others Sickened by Vaccines in Southern Mexico
38 Miles from NYC: Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant Shut Down After Fire
U.S. Releases Contents Of Bin Laden's English-Language "Bookshelf"

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  1. rockshot says:

    “New World Next Week” is so wildly popular mainly because of Pilato… and Corbett of course. Sorry to state the obvious, but you guys are hilarious! Pilato is always a good boy and does his homework and then does extra credit work.
    (Don’t forget to donate to Pilato. I send say 20 dollars to James and ask him to send half to Pilato, or just go to Media Monarchy.)
    Imagine if one of the networks aired your show, their ratings would skyrocket. However that might make George Snuffleupagus look bad and “discredit him” , we could never have that, could we? Now Geraldo is mad about what?
    “N.Y. Times partners with facebook” That makes sense to me, both are the “Home of Hard Hitting FACTS”! Did you say National Geographic wants in on this action too? I can see why. Facebook has tons of solid information about the Amazon Rain Forest, as well. Why didn’t I think of this?

    • matagordagreg says:

      Rockshot , I concur completely they are the “DYNAMIC DUO” and I look forward to their podcast each week + all the great interviews and information I get from the

  2. arcadia11 says:

    same here. nwnw is the best. i am always happy to see it in my inbox.

    national geographic is a un ngo.

  3. arcadia11 says:

    gm watch is a un ngo.

    check out links and resources at the bottom if the top doesn’t do it for you. every one is a un ngo.

    the un heads up the gmo program and heads up the gmo opposition program.

    i never cite the enemy as source.

  4. cabanaobr says:

    Hello James Corbett!

    A while ago, you mentioned a Washington Post editorial that was written in response to the findings of the HSCA, including hilarious excerpts in which they wonder what other lone nut could have fortuitously encountered Oswald and so on. Do you recall which interview it was or know the title of the editorial? I can’t find it.

    Also, I wouldn’t be too worried about the BBC’s government monopoly. The official government sanction probably hurts its credibility more than anything, at least in Britain. (Here in the U.S., it is more widely respected, mainly because of the accents.)

  5. jamesthethird says:

    The United States, FBI, Swiss Government, Bribery, corruption, South America, I could Blatter on. FIFA are due to have elections Friday, His Royal Highness was standing against another Royal Highness from the Middle East. The committee were also due to discuss sanctions against the Israeli Football Federation.
    If this does not wake up the average football fan, what will?

  6. jamesthethird says:

    and more

    The Guardian’s Jerusalem correspondent, Peter Beaumont, has also been in touch:

    Israel’s prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu has now weighed in on the expected vote on whether to suspend Israel at Fifa this afternoon. The Palestinian motion – currently still on the agenda for a vote later – alleges discrimination by Israel against Palestinian football and cites the fact that five teams from five illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories are allowed to play in the Israeli league.

    Writing on his Facebook page Netanyahu said:

    “It is important to understand, the Palestinian move to boycott Israel in the soccer arena is not because of something we did or didn’t do,” writes Netanyahu. “This motion stems from the opposition to our right to our own state.”

    Taken from

  7. EYEisBloke says:

    This may be significant of nothing but thought it was worth sharing…seemingly Edward Snowden used to have some modelling aspirations…

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