Interview 1141 - Declare Your Independence with James Corbett

02/25/20163 Comments

Today James joins Ernest Hancock for his regular bi-monthly appearance on "Declare Your Independence." Topics discussed include the hundred trillion dollar bankster climate swindle, the latest from Syria and how "The Big Short" almost got it right. (NOTE: audio ends abruptly due to the way this radio broadcast is segmented/archived)

SHOW NOTES:
And Now For The 100 Trillion Dollar Bankster Climate Swindle…

Pepe Escobar Untangles the Syrian "Ceasefire"

Turkey President Erdogan concerned Syria ceasefire will benefit Assad

The Big Short - Film, Literature and the New World Order

Eric Holder Admits Some Banks Are Just Too Big To Prosecute

Eric Holder: Actually, I Meant To Say No Banks Are Too Big To Jail

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  1. dfx says:

    Ernest Hancock interrupted James at least 22 times during this “interview”, most of the time without anything intelligent to say. What a blowhard – reminds me of Rush Limbaugh or Bill O’Reilly, except with loud oversimplifications, wet-mouthed drooling and mumbly nonsense added in. Oh, and he loves “crap”, especially when it’s getting beaten out of something or someone.
    As James explained, the audio cuts out suddenly for technical reasons, but Ernest sounds like such an idiot ending with, “wow, what does that even mean?”

    James, I’m glad you’re getting yourself out there, but appearing with idiots like this may dilute the impact of your thoughtful research and careful delivery. This was unpleasant to listen to.

    • Lance says:

      Yep. I’ve listed to James having to deal with some really bad interviewers but this guy takes the biscuit.

    • Mina says:

      Agreed.

      James, exposure is good, but you should be very selective. I’m sure that very small percentage of his regular audience will pick up your ‘pearls’ and make some use of it.

      It hurts to listen smart people like you trying to finish sentence in polite manner.

      Keep up the good work and, please, ignore invites to such shows.

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