Interview 1188 – James Corbett Explains What Everybody’s Missing About Brexit

07/09/201636 Comments

“Brexit is good!” cheer the nationalists. “No, it’s a travesty!” cry the globalists. “No, it’s a trap!” cry the conspiracists. So who’s right? All of them. Or none of them. As James explains on his recent appearance on WGDR radio with Jim Hogue, Brexit is a destabilizing move that can be used by the globalists to create order out of chaos or used by us to effect the only revolution that really matters: the revolution of the mind. Don’t miss this wide ranging conversation on the multiple origins of the EU, the 3D moves of the Gladio globalists, and how the real power lies with the people (if only they’d realize it).

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Italian Banks Tipped As Next Crisis

EU Unmasked: After Brexit, Plans for Full EU Superstate Revealed

Real Solutions Arise Out of the Greek Crisis

The JFK Myth: The Federal Reserve and Executive Order 11110

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  1. Moxa4 says:

    This, dear James,
    Was the best so far, that I’ve heard about Brexit. Thanks…

  2. peace.froggs says:

    I believe this can be summed up rather easily actually.

    — Brexit is NOT good, regardless which side your on —

    Anyone who thinks the English and the Welsh (the only 2 communities within the UK that were Pro-Brexit), if you think they are going to kick out the banksters once Parliament invokes article 50 this fall, then you are sadly mistaken. Why? because they are already drawing up plans to keep the Big banks in London and they are already hitting the road renegotiating trade deals with India and other major markets…as.we.speak!

    If Parliamentarians actually invoke article 50 this fall, in 2 years time the UK will be threatened by Scottish independence and maybe even a return of the “Trouble” in N.Ireland.

    If you support Brexit and “individualism” then you MUST support Scottish independence. Meaning what exactly? Meaning Brexit = the end of the UK.
    You can’t have it any other way. There is no other outcome.

    There is no movement to throw out the “globalists”, at the end of the day, the chess board hasn’t been broken, we’re still playing the same game, it’s just the checkerboard squares may have changed colors.

    How ironic is it that “individualism” relies on individuals coming together and creating “communities” in order to defeat the “globalists”. Yet, this is exactly what the “globalists” are trying to do.
    (ie create communities much like the EU, US or UK)

    • paul.r says:

      I would like to read your views on a possible solution to this problem. Peace.

      • peace.froggs says:

        I don’t know if I have the solution, but let me preface my statement by saying ever since the French and American Revolutions, which created the New Order, the secular order we are currently under, this is the best we can strive for.

        Ask yourself, are we really worst off today than we were back before the revolutions? I’d argue that no, quite the opposite, we are much better off today.

        Imagine living under some theocratic order, a Catholic or Protestant King? I can’t, the common man has a much better chance at a better life, whether that individual strives for a university degree or wishes to be a simple peasant.

        Now, lets fast forward to to the end of WW2, with Bretton Woods Conference and the Nixon shock of the the 70’s.

        They blew the head off JFK in 63 in Dallas, just so they could hijack the secular order, and make the US a petrol dollar Empire. Then came 9\11 and the oil wars of 2003…

        Armed with that knowledge, the right wing lunatics that control Israel, are trying to keep the US hegemony no matter how many wars it takes.

        Which brings me to today, after Brexit, the British people have spoken, there is no turning back, come this fall parliamentarians will have to vote to leave the EU, or risk public decent and possible riots.

        So, we are left with, what I wrote a few hours ago, in 2 years time the UK will be threatened by Scottish independence and more than likely a return of the “Troubles” in N.Ireland.

        The only peaceful solution would be for the English and the Welsh to embrace their new found freedom and more than likely poverty because they kicked out the banksters and watch Scotland and N.Ireland secede from the UK and rejoin the EU, but we all know they aren’t gonna let that happen.

        That’s my prediction/solution.

    • louiscyphre says:

      Dear peace.froggs did you actually listen to the interview?

      I ask as you seem only to have commented in a depressive and negative way. My understanding of the interview was that much if not all was still open and that this is not the time to rest on laurels or tear each other apart.

      I understand that James likes his threads to be as open to all as possible.

      However I fail to see what you are bringing to this thread other than a negative attitude and direct confrontation to other users about their actions and future actions.

      Some may consider this to be just a little Troll like in behavior.

      I get that you have a view and respect anyone that can form an opinion based on evidence. Even more so if they can get their without the perverse guidance of the Mass Media.

      So please keep posting and maybe show just a little more respect to others on this thread.

      It would also be good if your post were actual discussion about interview, its contents and connotations.

      Peace be with you and Love guide you.

      • peace.froggs says:

        Negative attitude?

        — Sorry to rain on your Pro-Brexit parade louiscyphre, but what I’m bringing to the discussion is a dose of reality.

        Some of you seem to think that this is the start of some sort of anti-globalist movement, and that simply ain’t so. Matter of fact, Brexit has caused a resurgence in pro-EU leanings across continent (The Guardian‎ – 2 days ago)

        The majority of the Scottish people love the EU and everything that comes with it, including free movement within. The same can be said for the Irish.

        But lets say for the sake of the argument that Brexit really was about the British taking back their country, they still have to kick out the London banksters in order to truly be sovereign, and I think we both know the British people aren’t about to that.

        It’s one thing to believe your free, but poor, I don’t think the British will go for that.

        Besides, according Nigel Farage, he already quit, stating why continue, I got my country back.

        So you see, for people like Farage, he’s more than happy to keep the banksters in London, he knows where is bread is buttered. BTW, you knew Farage has an offshore trust fund tax haven right? A real man of the people he is.

  3. LisaW says:

    Centre of London, Vatican City and Washington DC are sovereign states from where the ruling elite impose world dominating power and control all aspects of global finance.

    http://wakeup-world.com/2013/11/05/the-crown-empire-and-the-city-of-london-corporation/

    • peace.froggs says:

      There is some truth to what you say, however it isn’t exactly a secret, and furthermore, if the EU has it their way, I don’t believe the “centre of London” or the “square mile” will be half as powerful in a few years as it once was, even HSBC of Britain is threatening to move some of its operations to Paris due to Brexit.

  4. nosoapradio says:

    dumb passing thought;

    As I was listening to the Robert Verkerk interview on the Royal Society whitewash of GMOs I was thinking “Oh! So that’s why there’s a Brexit: so Britain can be free of any existing European Union restraints on GMOs and become the GMO capital of Europe – London as Monsanto’s stepping stone to dominating the European agrobusiness…

    among other things…

    but then again maybe the TTIP will take care of all that…

    anyhow…

  5. tessatulip says:

    why don’t people lend to people?

  6. angie.wright1 says:

    Thank you for your, as ever, very pertinent insights James.

    Although not so naive as to expect thereby complete defeat of the globalists, I voted to leave the EU, firstly for what I saw as the simple and overwhelming reason of a move towards greater personal sovereignty. I did not see this argument clearly or effectively made by the unsavoury bunch of puppets tasked with promoting ‘leave’ in the mainstream, which seems in itself quite telling. Neither was a great deal made, as far as I saw about my other obvious main concern; the utter economic failure of the EU as evidenced by no growth, long-term austerity nearly everywhere and economic disaster in Southern Europe. In other words, we saw almost no airtime given to the clear common sense of a ‘progressive leave’ case.

    In my assessment, because the globalist establishment had full awareness of the strength of anti-EU feeling, they had to work on a ‘plan B’, i.e. to achieve a narrow enough margin to create maximum divisiveness and potential chaos. In a very dirty and divisive campaign on both sides, they pulled out all the stops using tactics such as fearmongering, demonising of the Brexit case and its supporters plus major capital from the Jo Cox incident with possible vote fraud thrown in.

    The campaign and its outcome have created deep divisions and I have personally felt dismayed and surprised at the quite hostile reactions of some ‘remainers’, including from close friends and extended family. Even so, for me, the binary choice presented amounted to:

    1. Go quietly
    2. Stand up and fight back

    and I could not, in all conscience, have voted differently. I still prefer the current position to where we would find ourselves had the vote gone the other way, i.e. a legitimisation and furthering of the collectivist project and a likely return to general apathy.

    No doubt we will see considerable knock on effects in the rest of Europe and no doubt TPTB will attempt to stir up and make maximum capital from the ensuing conflict and chaos.

    Despite all this, I can see a positive change here in that many people seem to have moved out of their customary political indifference and apathy into a greater awareness of the deceit and corruption of the political class and the media. I can’t help seeing this as a positive development.

    I think we know that considerable upheaval will likely occur worldwide shortly, Brexit or no Brexit and we will need to do our best to carry on thinking, speaking and acting from a place of positive intention and rationality in order to promote what you describe as the much needed ‘revolution of the mind’.

    If it’s not too corny, peace and love to all.

  7. angie.wright1 says:

    Just wanted to add that I don’t normally see the point of voting in elections but saw this as an opportunity to register a vote of ‘no confidence’

    • peace.froggs says:

      So what now angie? After article 50 is implemented (assuming that it will be), are you gonna follow through and kick out the banksters in London, or are you gonna forget the whole sovereignty thing and “vote” to continually be ruled by these same people?

      • angie.wright1 says:

        Well, I think the job of ‘kicking out the banksters’ would fall outside my personal capabilities, but will do all I can think of that lies within my power to that end, and no, I don’t plan at all to forget ‘the whole sovereignty thing’.

        • peace.froggs says:

          Well then, if you plan of actually being “sovereign”, you best figure out how to kick them banksters out as quickly as possible, cuz, Brexit would have been all for not then, you dig?

          You can’t be “sovereign” if you continue to be ruled by london banksters!

  8. angie.wright1 says:

    and you can only eat an elephant one bite at a time 😉

    • peace.froggs says:

      Good luck with that angie, unfortunately you’ll be eating that elephant all by your lonesome, since Brexit wasn’t really about “sovereignty” as it was about xenophobia and jingoism!

      May I suggest a song…Google “Me and Bobby McGee”

      • mik says:

        “….Brexit wasn’t really about “sovereignty” as it was about xenophobia and jingoism”.

        What was Brexit really about is hard to say. Brexit also has characteristics of (manufactured) chaos which envelopes the world. Particularly, you can’t know why individuals voted the way they did.
        These days we are dealing with manufactured reality. Let me put philosophically, is this reality at all? If you accept this reality as “the-whole-reality-and-nothing-but-reality” you are in fact buying the story made by TPTB. Just like the want. For majority of people voting is nothing but buying a new story.

        How do you know that Brexit was about xenophobia? Because surveys say so? Here is link to IpsosMory survey—->>>> https://www.ipsos-mori.com/Assets/Docs/Polls/eu-referendum-tables-final-day-update.pdf#28

        Question: “Which, if any, issues will be very important to you in helping to decide which way to vote?”
        First issue offered: “The number of immigrants coming into Britain”. Look at the insidious wording!!!

        We can assume that this issue with loaded wording was first offered to interviewee. MSM bombarded audience with all kinds of immigrant stories for at least one year.

        Could we expect different outcome of survey??
        Of course, we can definitely see surveys as a tool for social engineering.

        Banksters and corporations are harder nut to crack especially for most from developed world. To properly analyze this phenomena you have to take into consideration the whole World. Then you will see that this is the problem of capitalism. The outcome of capitalism is wealth concentration like Marx said and that is exactly what is going on today.

        It’s true that banksters have beautiful legislation for them but without capital they would be capable of nothing.

        Best for us is devote less time for analyzing their story because we have to build our World.

        • peace.froggs says:

          “What was Brexit really about is hard to say… you can’t know why individuals voted the way they did.”

          In the aftermath of the Brexit Referendum, if these headlines are any indication of the reason why some of the 52% voted to leave the EU, xenophobia seems to be one of the primary reasons.

          David Cameron has condemned “despicable” xenophobic abuse after the EU referendum as figures suggested a 57% increase in reported incidents.
          –The Guardian (June 27)

          Wave of hate crime and racial abuse reported following EU referendum
          –Independent (June 26)

          Racist abuse in UK reported since vote to leave EU
          –CNN (June 28)

          “…we can definitely see surveys as a tool for social engineering”

          Regardless of the surveys and recent headlines, it would appear that immigration was indeed the tipping point, not so much “sovereignty” from Brussels.

          David Cameron purportedly said at his final summit in Brussels that fears of mass immigration were “a driving factor” behind the vote.

          and I tend to agree with him.

          • mik says:

            Are you talking to me ????????

            I’m asking because from the content of your writing it is not obvious.

            If you decided to debate with me then you should address at least some of my claims. Instead, you just cited some of my sentences (with cherry picking) and then continue to write about your point of view that is already known.

            Looks like you are not capable of debate. Somehow you decided to be puppet-Cameroons mouthpiece and to play this role here on Corbett report. Are you lost?

            • peace.froggs says:

              It would appear that you are the one that is lost “mik”.

              You do know you can post comments on a thread without having to reply, right? Or have you no clue what the “reply” button is for?

              Reply: as in, say something in response to something someone has said.

              Of course I am replying to your post(s), since it is YOU that began your post by quoting something I said! In turn, I replied to your reply by quoting something you said!

              See how this works, this isn’t rocket science mik, in my books, this is what a debate looks like.

              Furthermore, I did address some of your claims, like “…you can’t know why individuals voted the way they did.”

              Now just because I quote mainstream news articles and what politicians say, that doesn’t make me their mouthpiece.

              I ain’t nobody’s mouthpiece but my own. I suppose if I would have regurgitated whatever James said in his videos I would have been accepted here at the corbettreport with open arms?

              …and to be honest, I’m not sure what your idea of reality is, when you say stuff like “devote less time for analyzing” and “we have to build our World”.

              Who’s “we” when you isolate anybody that disagrees with you? What kind of world is that? Why even bother having a discussion board, if all you do is agree to devote less time analyzing the world around you?

              • mik says:

                You are troll.
                Anyone who would go and read other commentaries from you will most probably find out the same. Even just looking on this thread is enough.

                I hope that James has some remedy when nuisances like you become too boring.

                Until then, don’t feed trolls.

      • Mark K. P. says:

        This is drivel, Angie is clearly right here ; so too James that Brexit can be whatever Britons want to try to make of it. At very least it’s a nationalist vote, and whether or not the Vatican, District of Columbia and City of London Corp are really sovereign states (LisaW above, a not uncommon view) they are certainly independent jurisdictions for financial and business purposes, so that City of London is probably a treasonous enclave inimical to the interests of the British nations, or at least the English. So this is the perfect time to be challenging the right of existence of such mediaeval clap trap, and to be punishing the gangsters responsible for such treason. Also the perfect application of retrospective legislation to make City of London financier families pay back the income taxes and interest charges stolen from the British peoples since 1694. All this degraded economic filth began in London and only the British have the ability and the right to roll it back all the way to its origins, and weed out the perpetrators, profiteers and their heirs.

        No this sort of reform isn’t likely to happen overnight any more than gulping down the whole proverbial elephant at one sitting. But it certainly becomes possible after Brexit, but not before it and not without it. Brits should be prodding their neigbours about the appropriateness of separate jurisdictions, and arresting and expelling the profiteers — perhaps to the Dogger Bank with irons around their ankles and injunctions to swim to the Hague, or Athens if they can. No restrictions should be placed upon such free swimming enterprises. Nor upon the humour that could be included in the punishment of these vermin.

        Simply insisting that none of this will or can happen is just a prayer that it won’t.

  9. am1618 says:

    Great interview James….insightful as always 🙂

  10. gm says:

    Seems to me that the most important thing James said—and has been saying for some time now—is that we would now be very well to be gathering together in small communities, growing our own food, getting off the grid, creating our own money / exchange, and as quickly as possible reaching the point where we can thumb our noses at Big Corporate, the Banksters, the criminals on Wall St., and the rest of the globalist elite. Such a plan is currently being developed. The physical community design is already in place.

  11. angie.wright1 says:

    sigh

  12. cush350 says:

    Giant Meteor 2016. This is as optimistic as I can get.

  13. I certainly don’t agree with Webster Tarpley when it comes to a lot of issues, but some of his analysis on geopolitics certainly seems interesting.

    He claims that Brexit is actually a manipulated event that is an Anglo-Chinese plot to pull away from the United States. Specifically, he seems to claim through this, the City of London, aims to be the main counting house for the Yuan, which is set to be some form of a reserve currency in the near future. The London banking financiers are hedging their bets against a declining US empire.

    “Bolstered by Xi’s state visit to Britain that October, plans were afoot for Chinese nuclear power stations, a high-speed rail link and even a joint space research programme, as well as making London an offshore trading hub for China’s currency, the renminbi.”

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/30/china-britain-and-brexit-vote-to-leave-eu-robs-golden-relationship-of-its-lustre

    And here’s a reference to Chatham House after the Xi visit last October:

    https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/comment/britain-betting-power-renminbi

    For what it’s worth.

    • peace.froggs says:

      It’ll be interesting to see in the next 2 years or so if Brexit is indeed an Anglo-Chinese plot.

      I wonder however since London banks are already moving some of their operations from London and relocating in Paris, Frankfort and Dublin in anticipation of EU passporting rights, how that fits in to their scheme, or if they miscalculated this scenario playing out so soon, even before article 50 was implemented.

      I also remember reading that the renminbi is to be introduced as an SDR’s, I think later this year…I think.

      Thanks for the links.

  14. nosoapradio says:

    A few random and commonplace reactions to this nuanced interview covering much of alternative thought:

    Why do people fall for the very same mistakes over and over again, generation after generation?

    Perhaps because if there’s one thing that is very effectively taught in schools it’s “History is sooooo boring!”. Most people I speak to everyday, and I speak to a lot of people every day, believe history is BO-RING! But without the history humanity can’t avoid the traps set for it. However humanity hasn’t got time for history ’cause most of us don’t really know what it’s really about.

    On another note, the morning after the Brexit vote my normally sparkling and funny English colleagues came dragging their feet into work with long faces and tangibly deep disappointment. As I naively inquired as to why they were so depressed they looked at me increduously and finally uttered with profound gravity “My country has just decided to leave the European Union.”

    Visions of hours-long waits in visa and passport lines stretched before them; And perhaps some existential angst weighed upon them about the ever so uncouth faux pas of pulling out of something as promising and forward-thinking as the European project.

    Thus, this Brexit move could very well have the effect of scaring most people into a renewed commitment to the European project that hitherto they’d felt imposed upon them.

    On still another note, just as you’d evoked, the part about colonial scrip and alternative currencies conjured the image of the BIS members list at the bottom of their wiki page. Look who’s not in the club and you have a new perspective on current events.

    Finally, I wonder if some game simulation (like the one that’s evoked towards the end of the ted talk linked below) had been done to predict the outcome of such a secession vote:

    https://www.ted.com/talks/jane_mcgonigal_gaming_can_make_a_better_world?language=fr

    Jane McGonigal
    Game Designer
    “Reality is broken, says Jane McGonigal, and we need to make it work more like a game. Her work shows us how.”

    Prisoners of institutionalized game theory?

  15. s.jamieson says:

    This particular interview reminds me HOW GOOD our James Corbett is . . . so impressive, and much respect!

  16. Lance says:

    Really great interview and summary of the various permutations involved in Brexit etc. Thank you James.

  17. VoltaicDude says:

    YES! – “Brexit is what we make of it, or what we allow to happen as a result of it, more so than it is inherently bad for any particular group.” – JC

    It is also set on a totally unfair playing field, so that no matter what, the globalists are favored to further advance their goals either way.

    I was hoping Britain would exit, but I also thought it could at best only be a very small step in the right direction at this point.

    This perspective recognizes the E.U. itself as a stepping stone to world government, and understands Brexit could be part of a potential trend to start dismantling this precursor structure.

    But, it also recognizes that a singular path of development for the E.U. is not absolutely necessary for globalist strategies to proceed.

    The E.U. can be developed as a “continental” concept and still be of real utility for globalists – in fact this could very well play into various divide-and-conquer “moments” regarding Europe versus Britain (allied with the U.S.).

    While strongly allied (perhaps the strongest alliance in the world), Britain is still in many ways not part of North America, and while an island, still, especially culturally, very European.

    Remember the European royal families? “Europe,” itself can be understood in the modern historical sense, as a family squabble (woe to the hoi polloi cannon-fodder).

    Remember too, that no matter what, while the Bank of London may own the Fed and U.S. military might, its other banking structures will remain as avenues of political control and conquest within the network as well, e.g.: the Royal Bank of Scotland; the World Bank; the European Central Bank; the BIS; and important newer outposts such as the People’s Bank of China and the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency.

    With such great amounts of globalist structure being “shadow,” it’s the interplay between the 2-D propaganda (which will largely shape popular perceptions and overt legislation), and the manipulative capacities behind the scenes that effect how world developments move forward.

    The globalists create “complementariness” in these structures – overt and covert – to achieve their goals either way, a huge advantage for a control system: 1 + -1 = 0; and -1 + 1 = 0 just the same.

    We scurry about, debating what next step might be best, and likewise each of us can rebut with the pitfalls most obvious from our perspective regarding any strategic option – meanwhile, in our analyses, we diligently discipline ourselves to at least temporarily ignore the huge disadvantage of our general positions as a defense against nihilism.

    Hence we often mistakenly feel obliged to make very concrete predictions of what affect this or that tactic will have.

    But ironically, we could remain stronger than otherwise if we consistently incorporate the knowledge of our ‘disadvantage” because it allows for a more realistic assessment of any political “moment”

    “Almost all our misfortunes in life come from the wrong notions we have about the things that happen to us.” – Stendhal

    It may, for now, be that the globalists can apply their upper hand across all scenarios, but in the longer arc of history, it may be that right will trump might once again.

  18. VoltaicDude says:

    In the context of my comment above, certain questions come to mind regarding specific areas of concern vis-à-vis how they may play out on the new chessboard.

    RE: a WW3:
    Which world population “identity-segment” (as “European” has become), as a people at large, is most likely to expect success when making demands on the globalist to respect their will? – An arrogant and annoying stance for the globalist.

    The current logic – I think strong – is that WW3 will most likely start in the Middle East.

    But the previous two WW’s started in Europe – in itself that is an important trend with some predictive weight too it – and if Brexit turns into a U.S.-British “thing” (and remembering Kosovo in this light as well), it could be possible for another WW to originate in Europe.

    Have we started to think of Europe as “exceptional” to all this? Corrupt ethics as such values represent to begin with, do we trust globalists to respect that status quo? Globalists can lead anyone on, but ultimately they are ruthless and simply don’t care. As a sociopathic culture, globalists have no real allegiance to any part of humanity other than to their power grid.

    RE: GMO:
    Continental Europe is currently a strong-hold of anti-GMO sentiment and practice. A great military conflict could undermine that political status quo. Central control over agri-business (what GMO technology is really all about), is a major component of the globalist police-state.

    Of course, there are myriad other issues that will fold in to the mix over time. Always, they will be manipulated dialectically.

    In fact, Brexit may be one of the few honest results in recent electoral history. If they had wanted (felt they actually needed) another result, they would have taken it as they have previously..

    Globalists are not god, contrary perhaps to even their own delusions. Proceeding with the globalist agenda with the previous chessboard might not be so advantageous if a cultural riff was developing between Britain and the rest of Europe. So? – let it play out.

    Globalists get into their worst spots by not managing the possible, and forcing the impossible.

    They are also strong adapters.

    RFID chips proved immediately distasteful to a large portion of people, so they didn’t go there. And they didn’t have to. Smart Phones (and Pokemon apps) are far superior to the same ends.

    If General Wesley’s revelation about how the US planned to attack and remove governments in seven countries over five years – Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran – proved difficult as originally choreographed, they can simply rearrange the line-up, and pick them off in the order of how opportunity knocks. They have the staying power.

    If they can’t get their one-world big-brother police-state this way, they’ll go that way.

    Either way, we’ll always be there.

  19. bas says:

    Hi there folks,

    Today I published an article, called ‘Soft power centralisation: the CIA, Bilderberg and the first steps towards European integration’, on my blog that goes deeper into the special interests behind the lead up towards the signing of the Treaty of Rome, today exactly 60 years ago.

    If anyone is interested, please find it here: https://scrutinisedminds.com/2017/03/25/soft-power-centralisation-the-cia-bilderberg-and-the-first-steps-towards-european-integration/

    Greetings from Belgium,

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