Interview 1085 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

09/03/20153 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. In this week’s episode:

Russia’s Putin Drafts Bill to Dump Dollar, Euro from CIS Trade
Russian Military Forces Arrive In Syria, Build Base Near Damascus
Obama Renames Mt. McKinley, USA’s Tallest Mountain, Back to Denali – Mountain Immediately Shrinks
Obama Seals Iran Deal Win as Democrats Find Enough Votes

Story #1: China Sends Five Navy Ships Off Alaska Coast For First Time Ever
82 New US-Trained Syrians Prepare for Fighting
Petraeus: Use Al-Qaeda Fighters to Beat ISIS

Story #2: West Warmongering Behind Europe Migrant Crisis

Story #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek – Canadian Public Servant Investigated for Anti-Tory Song, ‘Harperman’
Whistleblowers File $100 Million Suit against NSA, FBI
Germany Moves to Ban GMOs
Two Judges Sentenced To 28 Years For Selling ‘Kids For Cash’ To Prisons
UK PM Cameron and Wife Swam in Raw Sewage on Vacation Last week
Central Banks Nervous As Alternative Currency With David Bowie’s Face Goes Viral

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  1. Bilejones says:

    The always readable Steve Sailer has an answer to the Syrian refugee crisis

  2. candideschmyles says:

    Wow JC!! Can’t figure out if this is just the machinations of your irrepressible and incomprehensible anti-science bias or just a momentary lapse of reason. Scientists generally study for years to gain the expertise they do in their chosen field then embark on a life long career in more or less that area of expertise. This gagging law in Canada is 4yrs old. I would hazard a guess that this guy has been employed as a scientist for longer than that so he, and many others, did not “sign up” to that but had changes in their contracts imposed upon them without consultation never mind agreement. That he knowingly and willfully now throws his career to the winds to make such an important point needs applauded without any caveat, however tongue in cheek it was intended.

  3. phreedomphile says:

    Perfect analysis of the migrant crisis in Europe apparently reaching a crescendo right before the UN summit with the Pope and next big push for world governance. Also brings to mind thoughts of the last round of migrant chaos on the US southern border with a mainstream media heart-strings emphasis on numerous children without guardians. At the time, Dave Hodges reported speaking with US Border Patrol agents who noted the UN was directing the special “refugee crisis” operation. I read a claim there had also been training months in advance in anticipation of a crisis involving children. How did they know?

    Clearly, floods of immigrants and engineered chaos in the middle east, Ukraine, and elsewhere fracture and weaken what remains of traditional sovereign nations.

    Coincidentally, The Economist ran an article this August making the case Russia is more fragile than it appears and could very well break up – “If Russia Breaks Up; The Peril Beyond Putin”. In a late July interview with Greg Hunter, Catherine Austin Fitts mentioned a Peggy Noonan WSJ column in which she describes the words of an unidentified very powerful and influential person saying at some point the United States may no longer exist as a country, it may be broken up into separate parts. Fitts took it as a “trial balloon”.

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