Interview 1192 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

07/14/201617 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: U.S. Approves UN Use Of Force To Protect Civilians In Conflict
U.N. Peacekeepers Accused Of Raping Civilians In Central African Republic (Apr. 6, 2016)
On This Anniversary of Rwandan Genocide, Bill Clinton’s Words Ring Hollow (Apr. 13, 2016)
Video: CIA, UN Worked Together To Overthrow Democratic Republic Of The Congo In 1960
Kigali Principles on the Protection of Civilians
R2P or: How the Left Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace Wars of Imperial Aggression
Keith Harmon Snow Reveals the Truth About the Rwandan Genocide
Christopher Black Destroys the Myth of the Rwandan “Genocide”
Who Is Samantha Power?
Wikipedia: Samantha Power
NWNW Flashback: Sunstein Publishes Conspiracy Book (Mar. 21, 2014)
5 Reasons This Will Be The Summer of Rage

Story #2: Military Robotics Makers See Future For Armed Police Robots
UN Says Terrorists ‘Actively Seeking’ To Build Deadly Army Of Killer Robots

Story #3: Efforts To Expand Financial Surveillance Portion Of The Patriot Act Fail, For Now
The CIA’s ‘Pokémon Go’ App is Doing What the Patriot Act Can’t

#GoodNewsNextWeek: DuPont Guilty Verdicts Keep Piling Up + Pot Not Pills & Pee Power

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: Obama Breaks His Promises Again, Sends More Troops to Iraq
Fool’s Errand: NATO Pledges Four More Years Of War In Afghanistan
US, NATO to Add Forces in Poland
Inside The FBI, Agents Outraged At Hillary Email Decision
Obama, Bush Join Dallas Memorial In Singing "Battle Hymn Of The Republic"
“Reminder: Sanders was never running for president. He's running to keep more-lefties in the Democrat Party until Endorse Hillary Day.”
Novella By Saddam Hussein Gets English Translation
Osama’s Son Vows Revenge Against US For Killing His Father In Online Audio Message
Portland Christmas Tree Bomber's Appeal Puts FBI Entrapment In Spotlight
Former European Commission Chief Barroso Lands Goldman Sachs Role
The Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer Source Code Is Now Available Online
Sony To Create Emotional Robot That Bonds With Humans
Poor Security Puts The U.S. Electric System At Risk
How The U.S. Could Go Dark
Power Outage Disrupts New York Subway On Blackout Anniversary

Previous Episode: Americans Prefer Death by Meteor to Clinton or Trump

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  1. nosoapradio says:

    Oh wait! Are those the same blue-helmeted UN “Peace-keepers” that shot men, women and babies at close range or from helicopters in Cité Soleil??

    • nosoapradio says:

      Kevin Pina’s documentary “We must kill the Bandits”.

      • john.o says:

        Thank you for this, nosoapradio. Looks horrible! but rich with details we don’t hear about easily. Seems there is another “Haiti: Harvest of Hope” (EN, PT):

        Another thing to watch, but thank you anyway! (Maybe Christmas Eve with the fam?)

        I am just really starting to learn the story of Haiti from Dec 4 1492 to now. The Taíno seemed chosen for destruction and enslavement by chance, destiny, the “random” cruelty of “history” (i.e. murderers), whatever you want to call it.

        But this was Haiti’s crime:

        Since then, nothing has been by chance. When we look at what’s been done to the Haitians in the last 230 years, 30 years, 3 years, 3 months…revulsion, nausea and shame aside, our own planned fate will become clearer to us.

  2. In the 90s you were a crazy conspiracy theorist if you talked about black helicopters and UN troops on American soil. Today it’s banal — and more. Killer robots, flying drones, and 24/7 spying on all communications? Normalized and accepted. Conspiracy theory is now mainstream, out in the open, and the response is resounding apathy.

  3. phreedomphile says:

    On the surface at least, a good news story out of the US congress: 13 Republicans and 12 Democrats recently announced the creation of the House Fourth Amendment Caucus to protect privacy rights. A USA Today article reports the group is concerned the “government is increasingly seeking the power to search Americans’ electronic data without a warrant…a threat to Constitutional amendment protections…”.

    This might be an opportunity for Americans to create a dialogue on what the end game of a surveillance state will look like if people around the world don’t wake up soon.

  4. john.o says:

    This is one rich NWNW! Right after the last one. You know, we do need to get things done, guys.

    Yes, I DO know where this is going.

    At some point, we all spend 6 days a week researching the links to NWNW and all the sub-links and implications. 60s UN History and African realities and lies. Robot design. Cybersecurity schematics. Oligarchical family trees. Grey’s anatomy of Liberal hypocrisy and phony left-right divisions. Corporate org charts. Conspiracy timelines. Doggerel and humor tests. (When do we get the Corbett cross-word puzzle?)

    Like many a habit, it seems like a good thing at first. But it takes over. Deadlines missed. Bills unpaid. Toilet needs cleaning and the laundry is rank. Who has time to shave or even buy a razor? Or soap? Or food?

    I melt down. Society melts down. Governments collapse. The UN takes over. For God’s sake, connect the dots, folks!

    Yet I am working on my Lumumba/Hammarskjöld post and I will send these guys both money for Christmas.

    Damn right, I’m scared.

    • manbearpig says:

      “…Yet I am working on my Lumumba/Hammarskjöld post and I will send these guys both money for Christmas…”

      gosh…Mr.O..I don’t know but… Lumumba and Hammarskjöld… I think they’re dead… I mean for a while,… should probably doublecheck but…wait I could be confusing with the AFRICOM podcast…well, anyway I wouldn’t bother sending them money…

      Could send it to me though…I had the repo men at my door not once, but Twice this morning! Right in the middle of “9/11 Trillions”! Talk about timing cheesh!… I mean, ok, no biggy…ya get used to it but…

      Hey,so about your Corbett crossword idea, the theme, I was thinking, for this first edition, we could start out strong: Maurice Strong! What d’ya think? Or we could do a Terrence Yeakey mémorial edition! Dunno. Gladio B maybe?

      • john.o says:

        I light candles and ask Lumumba and Hammarskjöld to watch over us all, but I will send money (currency? dammit herrqlys! I get so confused now) to Corbett and Pilato.

        And those two are no saints, but I can’t help myself!

        • john.o says:

          might be mkey who confused me about money and currency…credit where credit is due…but mkey and herrqlys might be the same UN cyber-troll, too…

      • john.o says:

        Shame prevents me from acknowledging my grammatical error, but no less than MIT Anarcho-synlinguicist Noam Chomsky HIMSELF defends me on interpreting the proximity of antecedents.

        So take that, Professor!

        (Ignore the JFK assassination and the Fed, too.)

        • manbearpig says:

          Professor’s above my pay grade. So’s Gatekeeper. Was nothing personal. I’ve always had difficulty interpreting proximity…I’ve even been treated for it. Then I found Corbett.

          • john.o says:

            Lulzing out loud.

            btw, what kind of school do you teach in?

            • manbearpig says:

              Lulzing! Gracious! Lulzing indeed! What a truly enchanting word! LULzing… sounds like something I wouldn’t do out loud though…

              But thanks for that! Just after Doggerel! Pretty soon I’ll be able to scrape together a genuine vocabulary list for my unsuspecting students!

              Oh! and while we’re at it, I must also thank you for the bot-written Harry Potter article! You have, in a single wave of your wand, conjured up today’s “pedagogical material”!

              So with my heart full of gratitude I shall now lulz my way into the hamster wheel!

  5. john.o says:

    The Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer Source Code Is Now Available Online

    I ran it on my laptop and got a .ppt of a Coke can in the lunar dust.

  6. weech says:

    Kigali Principles on the Protection of Civilians

    Have you followed this link?Not what I’d expected

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for letting me know about that, weech. Unfortunately links tend to get broken or hijacked over the years, so links in older episodes may not be working anymore. Just let me know if/when you find a link that isn’t working or directing to the right place and we can try to find an alternative.

      In this case, I have changed the link so it should be working now.

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