Interview 1076 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

08/14/20153 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: Japan to Restart Mothballed Nuclear Reactors
Japan Restarts First Nuclear Power Plant Since Fukushima
Japan Develops Tidal Energy as Part of US$501 Million Project

Story #2: Navajo Nation Vows To Hold EPA Accountable for Colorado Spill
Did The EPA Intentionally Poison Animas River To Secure SuperFund Money?

Story #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek - Indian Rapper 'Overwhelmed' by Success of Protest Song Against Unilever
DNA Shaming: Welcome to Orwell’s Nightmare
Nestle Sued by India's Government Over Lead in Maggi Noodles
Ireland Refuses To Extradite Man To US Because Prison System Is Too Inhumane
Scotland Says No to GMO

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates: China, Russia Each Have Major Explosions In Under 24 Hours
Gunmen Attack US Consulate In Turkey After Explosion Kills Three
The #IranDeal, the #OilPricePlunge, #CurrencyWars and the end of the #Petrodollar
Democracy? Greek Bailout Terms to Give Eurozone Vast Powers Over Policymaking
Western Europe in Humanitarian Crisis - German Public Park Now Refugee Camp
Reminiscent of 2011 Riots, Police & Paramedics Attacked by Mob of 400 in NE London
US Ex-Intelligence Chief on ISIS Rise: It Was "a Willful Decision"
Predictive Policing is ‘Wave of the Future,’ NY Commissioner Says
Facebook Tells the Cops When You Talk About Criminal Activity in Private Messages
NYTimes Finally Catches Up to #NewWorldNextWeek, Warns of Pentagon Labeling Journalists 'Unprivileged Belligerents'
NWNW Flashback: Pentagon's New 'Law of War Manual' Is Chilling (June 2015)

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  1. BuddhaForce says:

    There’s plenty of blame to go around with the river…

    The plugging of the American Tunnel mine in the early-mid 2000’s seems to be the cause of increased leaking at mines higher up

    Some people in the town have been fighting the EPA since the 90’s, claiming that if they did a serious clean-up effort it could scare away “tourism” and oh yeah, mining companies. The same ones who packed up and said “we ain’t coming back, you guys deal with the leaks.”

  2. VoltaicDude says:

    The “EPA” is not one unified thing, but a large organization with at least two sides. Many of its employees are sincerely devoted to its stated mission on the one hand. On the other hand it is a totally infiltrated governmental department that presents its honest employees with a demoralizing and politicized work environment.

    It is, as so many organizations are, under NWO-aligned corporate capture, through internal administrative ties (essentially double-agents), and through delegation of “agency” to outsourced, private organizations like Environmental Restoration LLC.

    Not for a second do I believe that this “spill” was probably a pure “accident,” but rather more likely it was a false-flag incident, and like most false flags in our 3D globalist world, the effect is double-edged, further atomizing the political fabric with a destructive dialectical conflict.

    Yes, it might spin-out to even greater funds allocated to this captured gov’t agency (more money for the nefarious corporations doing business with/for/within the agency), further empowering the worst aspects of this “centralized” governmental agency.

    But it certainly also defames the EPA, negatively impacting its public image and mission, and further thwarting the efforts and disempowering those honest EPA employees struggling to actually do good in such a complicatedly corrupt environment.

    If anything, this certainly also shows some of the real dangers in outsourcing this type of function to private corporations that are corrupt in their intentions from the get go.

    Sustainable Energy, across the board, as an industry, is under attack with the most insidious and sophisticatedly nefarious systems of infiltration and media deception.

    Look this over:

    Now look at this (and note how this “Nat Geo” article is underwritten by Shell Oil:

    Likewise, if you do not suspect foul play from both outside and inside-corporate forces in the demise of Solyndra, you’re sorrowfully blind to how this story needs a more robust investigation.

    “NYT” –

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