Interview 1200 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

08/12/20167 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: SIMs Disconnected for Saudis Who Have Not Registered Biometrics
Flashback: Police 3D-Print Murder Victim's Finger to Unlock His Phone
$1.15 Billion In US Weapons Will Soon Be-Heading To Saudi Arabia

STORY #2: BBC Now Training Its Secret, Likely Imaginary, Fleet Of Detector Vans On Your WiFi

STORY #3: Minnesota Towns Join Forces To Build Their Own Internet
Dear Government, Deliver Us From Freedom

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates: Australia Blames Overseas Hack Attack For #CensusFail
WikiLeaks Offers $20K Reward For Information In Murder Of DNC Staffer, Likely #DNCLeak Source

Previous Episode: Police 3D-Print Murder Victim's Finger to Unlock His Phone

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Happy Birthday James! from all of your admirers.

    • Coto Girl says:

      Happy Birthday James Evan Pilato!!!! I sent on special Birthday donation so you can go buy yourself something. Couldn’t do it yesterday as I was traveling. Always enjoy your briefing reports. Thanks for all your hard work. Everyone appreciates it and not all of us can write to you but there are many that I know that enjoy all your hard work. Stay healthy and enjoy your one year older!!!

  2. totemynote says:

    Happy birthday to ya James.

    I’m new here, I don’t know if there is a commenting etiquette. This is not about the interview here. I hope it’s okay to comment that I just was browsing for a copy of Sibel Edmunds “Lone Gladio” book and found the ebook for $4.50. Yes, I know Kindle once sent Orwell’s 1984 down the “Memory Hole” chute for incineration but golly, I didn’t think it’d be that cheap. And it is fire proof.

  3. tgmolitor says:

    The panopticon watchtower is social media.

  4. If they do clamp down on the internet, we may have to set up a backup internet at least for basic information and news (no YouTube!). Can we use ham radios for this? Balloons or solar-powered drones? Other solutions?

  5. mik says:

    Happy Birthday James!

  6. VoltaicDude says:

    Happy Birthday James!

    And I think there’s some good news at this link:
    Doc Investigates Family Farming Practices Around the World

    “While large-scale monocrop farms and concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) have overtaken family farms in the U.S., 80 percent of the world’s food supply still comes from small family-operated farms.”

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