Interview 1162 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

04/21/20166 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:

Story #1: China Launches Yuan Gold Fix To "Exert More Control Over Price Of Gold"
China Launches Yuan Gold Fix To Boost Power In Global Bullion Market
Deutsche Bank Settles U.S. Gold, Silver Price-Fixing Litigation
Even The Simpsons' New ‘Tapped Out’ Game Update Knows Gold is Good

Story #2: Obama Succumbs To Saudi Pressure On 9/11 Lawsuit Bill
“If We Let Americans Sue Saudis For 9/11, Foreigners Will Begin Suing US Non-Stop”
Corbett Report: PFT Live - Debunking The 28 Pages
Media Monarchy: Interview w/Richard Gage

Story #3: New Poll Shows Only 6% of People Trust The Mainstream Media
PDF: “A New Understanding: What Makes People Trust and Rely on News”
Flashback: Facebook Reveals News Feed Experiment To Control Emotions (Jun 2014)

#GoodNewsNextWeek: Jury Nullification For The Win

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: ”We Express Deep Apologies" - Mitsubishi Admits Rigging Emissions Test Data
Thailand Asking Foreigners For Bank Account, Social Media, Hangout Details
CFR Clooney Raised $15 Million For Hillary & DNC, Denounced Money In Politics Day Later

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  1. tgmolitor says:

    Zero Hedge:

    >China’s shift to an official local-currency-based gold fixing is “the culmination of a two-year plan to move away from a US-centric monetary system,” according to Bocom strategist Hao Hong. In an insightfully honest Bloomberg TV interview, Hong admits that “by trading physical gold in renminbi, China is slowly chipping away at the dominance of US dollars.”

    Gold, silver, and petroleum “are the three USD-based commodites that China wants most control of” according to Hong but “gold in particular is one of the commodities that China is hoarding very hard.”<

  2. candideschmyles says:

    I am no student of economics however given the track record of all economists and economic pundits being a student of it helps not a lot. So I’ll throw in my tuppence worth.

    I think in the daily tumble of the headline it is too easy to forget the lessons of history. There is the long game and Wall Street ‘globalists’ are only one player. Both China and Russia are in a hurry to match the stated bullion reserve of the US. That is clear. Forcing the US back on to a gold standard would not just be an economic coup but would devalue the US economy itself to the point that it’s current military expenditure would be hit hard. A now substantial shift to alternative energy sources is also projected to further devalue the importance of the petrodollar, compounding any assault on the almighty $fiat. Though there may well be deals between Chinese Plutarch’s and Western powers it would be premature, given history’s long lesson, to think they are not both playing their own game.

  3. VoltaicDude says:

    The London Bullion Market Association, a.k.a. The Wizard of Oz – Why shouldn’t China have its own cool-looking wizard? Battle of the Wizards! Gold market’s up, but we’re in a boom before a bust, when gold will really soar! (?) My head is spinning. Where’s that Bond theme music?

    JC da man – those pesky 28 pages and suing the Saudis!
    “Lindsey Graham”
    “a limited hangout;”
    “a window of opportunity…”
    “who’s in bed with the Saudis…scheduling NORAD drills…etc.,“ etc…

    One could compare “limited hangout” to containing a forest fire (it’s an undeservedly positive association, but none-the-less…). Sometimes a barrier ring of “spent fuel” is created by lighting a channel of parched forest or brush that encircles the wild fire. It’s also a true-to-life example in that it’s a solution with built-in risks. Sometimes a controlled burn can get out of control! It’s good to remember that a leviathan is still not a god.

    JEP – Your comment about 15 years since 911 is also an important reflection. I was only turned on in 2008 – a late-comer – it’s been 8 years since! And still, those of us that have fully integrated the “necessary” implications of 911-Truth (and not compartmentalized this info) are still a minority. Newcomers arrive every day! We can always help along that conversion rate.

    Richard Gage is doing great work for a long ass time indeed (with interesting “Reagan Republican” bio specs) – there’s even a YouTube of him being threatened by a Ken and Barbie team of “field operators” in D.C. I was participating with 911-Truth orgs in ‘08. Few were like A&E4911Truth or WeRChange have become – most orgs were heavily infiltrated and causing damage (or rather – flip the coin – engaged in “damage control”). Without proficient critical thinking we will be thrown off course. If an org is corrupt administratively, doesn’t mean its cause is wrong – A&E and WRC flowered out of that mire and have gone on to do great work.

    When did Clooney “become” CFR? Would he call himself that? Does he believe the CFR is OK? Or does he participate in it knowing otherwise? All of this can sound like trash-talk (and usually is – a tool for “limiting” for sure), but knowing how these things actually go down in real life is also important.

    Imagine being a fly on Kermit Roosevelt’s shoulder and taking a ride to Iran with him in 1953. What would that have looked like!? I hope it’s obvious that I’m not comparing the two because I’m definitely not beyond noting that it’s good to understand “how” things come about.

    Clooney “seems” sincere about thinking he is aligned with “the good.” (oh, now I’ve done it – I’m going to go be sick…OK, now I’m back). But I have known non-celebs that hold his views sincerely (mistaken). He might be sincere too? It’s just a weird fact – so many sane people seem to have crazy ideas, and then they call us crazy…or so.

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Senate vote & 28 Pages in the news? – A speculation I am starting to consider…

    Perhaps what is behind the 28 pages being highlighted with the Senate vote and media is that it is part of a covert operation to assist in the COUP of new leadership in Saudi Arabia.

    A year ago, a COUP was taking place within the Saudi ruling elite completely changing the standards of who would rule the Kingdom and how.
    Example –

    Official Saudi website – Royal Family

    This commenter sums up aspects of the Saudi COUP.
    “The founder of Saudi Arabia pretty much married a wife from every tribal faction then had a lot of sons, those sons had a lot of sons. By marrying into so many tribes it helped give legitimacy to the rule of a now united Arab peninsula. Here is the kicker most the high ranking government positions are given to members of the royal family. So there is a lot of jocking for power and how these positions are given out. In a certain sense if you can flood an area of government with lower ranking family members it can help give your section of family some dominance and political power for getting the big spots. Saudi Arabia royal politics are like Game of Thrones….”

    Of an interesting note, there are thousands of descendants in the Royal Family. (a lot of Princes!)
    Monthly stipends are given to them.
    Examples – “…the royal stipends in the mid-1990s ran from about $800 a month for “the lowliest member of the most remote branch of the family” to $200,000-$270,000 a month for one of the surviving sons of Abdul-Aziz Ibn Saud, the founder of modern Saudi Arabia…”
    “…Grandchildren received around $27,000 a month… …Great-grandchildren received about $13,000 and great-great- grandchildren $8,000 a month….”

    And of note “…Then there was the apparently common practice for royals to borrow money from commercial banks and simply not repay their loans….”

    — On a sidenote: Prince Alwaleed who came to Rudy Giuliani just after 9/11/01.
    “…Waleed is also Citigroup’s largest individual shareholder, the second-largest voting shareholder in 21st Century Fox, and owns Paris’ Four Seasons Hotel George V and part of the Plaza Hotel… owns more than 3% of Twitter…” and more.

    Anyway, I am wondering if all the recent exposure about the 28 pages has something to do with the power struggle going on internally within Saudi Arabia.

    James, if you get time, I would love to hear your thoughts about what is going on with Saudi Arabia’s shift in leadership and how it ties to World events.


  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Why did Obama recently lift the Iranian sanctions? (an admitted snowjob on the American Public)

    Why is the 28 pages recently in the news?

    It is the Saudi Coup.

    I am more and more convinced.

    Read this.
    NBC Jan 23, 2016 “Royal Pains: Two Princes Vie for Power in Saudi Arabia, Make a Mess”

    Feb 24, 2015
    “Saudi Royal Infighting Threatens US Standing In The Middle East”

    YOUTUBE One year ago…
    “King Salman’s palace coup and the Saudi royal politics”
    (15 minutes)

    Trying to catalogue the Saudi & 28 Pages material here.

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    FBI is in hot water for a number of reasons regarding “The 28 Pages”.
    The FBI poisoned a man in Texas who had previously reported to the FBI that he met hijackers NAWAF ALHAZMI and KHALID ALMIHDHAR.
    (90 seconds)
    Full article –

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