Interview 1063 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

06/27/201513 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: The Pentagon’s New ‘Law Of War Manual’ Is Chilling
http://ur1.ca/nck93
Update to US War Manual Makes it Easier to Defend Killing Journalists
http://ur1.ca/mxco8
PDF: Department of Defense - Law of War Manual
http://ur1.ca/mxcob
Defense Dept. Employees Used Government Charge Cards at “Adult Entertainment Establishments” 900 Times in One Year
http://ur1.ca/mxcog
PDF: DoD Cardholders Used Their Government Travel Cards for Personal Use at Casinos and Adult Entertainment Establishments
http://ur1.ca/mxcok

Story #2: Star Cold Wars - Pentagon Rushing to Open Space-War Center To Counter China, Russia; Says Space Now “Considered a Contested Operational Domain"
http://ur1.ca/mxcon
Pentagon Girds for Space War with Russia, China
http://ur1.ca/mxcoq
How DOD’s $1.5 Trillion F-35 Broke the Air Force
http://ur1.ca/mxcot
NSA Chief Says Don’t Assume China Hacked OPM
http://ur1.ca/mxcov

Story #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek: Japan to Lift Its 67-Year-Old Ban on Dancing
http://ur1.ca/mxcp1
Flashback: Wrath of Dancing Grandmothers Forces Chinese Government to Backtrack
http://ur1.ca/mxcp5
Flashback: Jefferson Memorial Dancing Arrests Under Investigation
http://ur1.ca/mxcpz

#GoodNewsNextWeek Updates:
Amazon Tribe Creates 500-page Traditional Medicine Encyclopedia
http://ur1.ca/mxcq2
Marijuana Goes Legal In Oregon On July 1
http://ur1.ca/mxcq6

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates:
Weapons Manufacturers Can't Call Themselves Christian
http://ur1.ca/mxcq8
U.S. Lawmakers Lay Down 'Red Lines' on Iran Nuclear Deal
http://ur1.ca/mxcqb
Israel Bombs Lebanon to Destroy Own Downed Drone
http://ur1.ca/mxcqd
NYPD to Add 1,300 Officers, Including 300 for ‘Counterterrorism Team’
http://ur1.ca/mxcqe
FOIA Docs Again Prove CIA Undertakes Domestic Operations
http://ur1.ca/mxcqg
Congress Gives Obama Fast-Track Authority for Trade Deals
http://ur1.ca/mxcqm
House Easily Clears Trade Package
http://ur1.ca/mxcqr
Supreme Court Upholds All Obamacare Subsidies In Win For Obama
http://ur1.ca/mxcqu
Obamacare Will Increase Health Spending By $7,450 For A Typical Family of Four
http://ur1.ca/mxcqv

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http://ur1.ca/mxcqw

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  1. dr.thrumpkinz says:

    Holy crap James 1, you looked like you were going to pop, or vomit when James 2 was running through the Space War details. I hope you and your family have fun in Canada. I really liked how happy you seemed in Mexico- especially apparent in your How To Free Your Tax Cattle video, which was very funny. I must admit, the whole “Unprivileged Belligerents” terminology broke new ground in my brain. Usually, something is so sick that it makes me laugh, but in this instance I laughed first and grew more and more queasy as the seconds passed.

  2. turley2u says:

    During this broadcast the Pope was quoted saying, “weapons manufaturers can’t call themselves Christian.”

    James Evan Pilato added, “Says the guy fronting for a cult that makes billions every year while molesting kids and lying about it.” James Corbett did not object.

    Is this statement true? Do Pilato and Corbett want to defend it?

    What is disturbing about Pope Francis is that he gets so much good press from the media that does not tell the truth.

    • NotDole says:

      That’s just another aspect, what they say is old news, extremely old news anywhere Catholicism is the majority religion. Hell my fucking Canadian province had it’s boot from the vatican off it’s neck when our nazi (yes, french canadians, meaning probably some in my family somewhere down the line were extremely pro-nazi. We had the Blue Shirts and such in the 20’s until it was illegalized and anyway Duplessis was prime minister of the province twice.

      Only when he died in ’58 did we get an actual Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health (ruled by the people, truly, back then), my grandparents were educated by nuns, which was province-enforced, or vatican-enforced, no matter how you see it. To this day some kids living in the Catholic Orphanages receive extra money from the government for being a “Duplessis kid” “Enfant de Duplessis” where kids were tortured routinely. They made a film about it when cinema was still in black and white in the 60’s and, if you ever have time to waste, look up, in the english default section of wikipedia Quebec Profanities. You’ll see how fun they are, plus how they ALL relate to the church. My ancestors hated being under the rule of the Vatican, which was approved by Canada then, hell like i said elsewhere we only had our constitution brought back from Britain the year I was born, I’m 33, top of the pyramid right? lel, anyway, and a better Bill of Rights than the USA, except on one issue, free speech is not assured, writing about certain subjects will land you in jail, like just questioning how many jews really died in WW2, which is very up to debate, and also practically invalidates Israel from having the right to exist other than with Sephardic Jews if it has to be an ethnoreligious ethnocracy, these ashkenazis turkic people who moved into Europe…well, their land is Ukraine and Russia and Lithuania (when it was a very large country, Poland…well yeah when Poland and Lithuania formed both a country and Kazahkstan. They moved east as mongols destroyed Khazaria where they really come from.

      Thankfully I am writing this behind a server situated outside Canada 😉

  3. nigel says:

    James, loving the shows , great work…

    An Australian delegation will be visiting Fukishima precinct shortly, this is the South Australian Nuclear Commission looking into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Nuclear power options for SA and Nuclear disposal etc…the Commissioner Scarce says he is unbiased so given the hopeless situation of Fukishima and other Nuclear leaks around the world we really wonder what he will learn from Japan – the Commission concludes next May and according the unique Royal Commission Act in SA there is no challenging a Royal Commissioners findings and this state is pretty well open for any business Nuclear or otherwise…perhaps you could invite the Commissioner to be interviewed on your show and you can quiz him in your inimitable style and grill him on what a state in Australia could possibly achieve by going even more Nuclear than it already is…happy to forward his contact details to you.

  4. BennyB says:

    “Take space away from us”

    I’d honestly love to see some extra terrestrials swoop in and basically say: “alright you dumbasses, enough’s enough, we’re confiscating your expensive toys, now go back and try seeing if you can use some of your resources to invest in saving your species from the mess you’ve already created on your own planet… good luck with that.)

    Well, James, it looks like you’ve been granted with permission to cut up the dancefloor all night. Just watch out for prostitutes and criminals after dark and make sure you execute more advanced moves in sufficient light! 😉 (please note that headspins and windmills are strictly prohibited after 12:30)

    Have a great trip and we’ll look forward to hearing back from you when you return =]

  5. archives2001 says:

    Jim, your statement, “Victors never pay for war atrocities”…
    I take it you weren’t looking at this thru “Jekyll Island Glasses”,
    when u said that.

  6. Knarf says:

    Space is the fulcrum of the lever that will wedge us into overt one world government. The dynamics of making LEO a contested domain will inevitably lead to a There-Can-Be-Only-One paradigm.

    As above, so below.

    • Corbett says:

      A very astute point, Knarf. Thank you for pointing that out. In the exact same way that the threat of nuclear weapons was used as an excuse to bolster the UN and its supposed mandate to “regulate” the nuclear sphere, so too will the militarization of space be used as an excuse for a globalist body to “regulate” space. And just look at the monstrosity that was created in the former era (the IAEA) and how it “regulates” the nuclear industry by explicitly working to promote its business interests and cover up its environmental/health risks. For example, the secret agreement between the IAEA and WHO to cover up nuclear health risks:

      http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2009/may/28/who-nuclear-power-chernobyl

  7. Excellent as always. Thanks for both James’ for their continued work on this series.

    Things must be getting heated up there in space, for it seems defenseone.com did not wait long to respond to the January 2015 article from SpaceNews.com calling for the U.S. to lead the charge.

    http://spacenews.com/commentary-why-the-u-s-should-be-a-leader-in-space-weaponization/

    It’s hard to imagine that the weaponization of space may have unintended and deleterious consequences, considering how so much civilian life is based on the smooth functioning of space and the satellites there. Who knows, maybe they will eventually reach the point where we truly live out the movie ending in Escape from L.A. with Snake Plissken taking out the entire satellite grid. (SPOILER: The secret code the protagonist enters into the hand-held device to ‘shut down’ the world is 666 for you numerology fans).

    However, in all seriousness, it’s interesting to note that back in 2014, Russia and China proposed a treaty to ban weapons in space, but the U.S. rejected that arguing there would be no way to ascertain verification and compliance. This is from the neocon-ish freebeacon:

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/u-s-opposes-new-draft-treaty-from-china-and-russia-banning-space-weapons/

  8. turley2u says:

    What does James Pilato mean by the term “cult”?
    Who are the members of this cult?

    • Corbett says:

      These are valid questions, turley2u. I wouldn’t presume to answer for Pilato but I have directed him to these comments if he cares to respond here. Otherwise, you can always contact him directly via the contact coordinates he provides at mediamonarchy.com.

  9. turley2u says:

    One of the fine qualities of James Corbett is that he acts with prudence.

    I am disappointed that James Pilato is apparently unwilling to respond to my questions regarding his comments in this public forum.

    The medieval scholar Aquinas wrote a treatise on prudence. Pilato would be well served to acquire the eight parts of prudence in order to avoid being careless.

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