Interview 1204 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

09/01/201621 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: Obama Extends 9/11 “State Of Emergency” For His Eighth (and we can only assume, final) Time
http://bit.ly/2bKLUyh
Flashback: Obama Extends Bush 9/11 National Emergency (Sep. 10, 2009)
http://bit.ly/2ca9ILs
Force Congress To Observe the Law on National Emergencies
http://bit.ly/2cg7MEH
The “Deep State” Behind U.S. Democracy
http://bit.ly/2cscvo4

Story #2: US Set To Relinquish “Internet Stewardship” On Oct. 1st
http://bit.ly/2csdpAO
Snopes: America to Hand Off Internet Domain Name Control
http://bit.ly/2b3OrGl
How IT Works Domain Name System
http://bit.ly/2c5R0Gb
The Censorship Solution with Michael Dean
http://bit.ly/2bWEsRE
Video: “This, Jen, Is The Internet.”
http://bit.ly/1fXRICX

Story #3: Homeland Wants To Take Over Elections As “Critical Infrastructure”
http://washex.am/2cd84vW
A Candidate’s Death Could Delay or Eliminate the Presidential Election
http://bit.ly/2bAuVg0

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: Popular Herbal Supplement Cures Pain, DEA Makes It Illegal
http://bit.ly/2bSd59f
FriendFace Fires Human Editors, Algorithm Immediately Posts Fake News
http://bit.ly/2csddlf
TPP Criticism Grows, Obama Plans Lame Duck Sneak Attack
http://bit.ly/2cdLaBQ

#GoodNewsNextWeek: Belgians Hunt Books, Not Bulbasaurs + Attractive Altruism & Community Relief
http://bit.ly/2bDccpd

Previous Episode: EpiPen Price Gouge Tied to Clinton Foundation
http://bit.ly/2bCYVyb

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  1. VoiceOfArabi says:

    You guys are excellent team… keep up the good work… all the best

  2. mtflaxman says:

    Thanks for posting audio-only versions of vids – so few do – between you and X22 I get enough to stay up to date – also I just found an online mp3 downloader with apparently no strings attached (we’ll see) – it’s called Anything2MP3

  3. totemynote says:

    I agree that the US federal elections will not change anything. And that it’s better to engage with others in the real world to make a difference.

    But I would like to point out that engaging with others to participate in local elections can matter. I was heavily involved in the last local vote in my community and the outcome made a big difference. And luckily a very positive one.

  4. ccuthbert2001 says:

    Well done. Just thought I’d mention that the link for #NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: Popular Herbal Supplement Cures Pain, DEA Makes It Illegal is incorrect.

  5. cush350 says:

    The link for the ” Popular Herbal Supplement Cures Pain ” is a repeat of the link right above, ” A Candidate’s Death Could Delay or Eliminate the Presidential Election”. Great NWNW.

  6. amjamiediggins says:

    James and James, thank you Gentlemen for your fine work. I can not agree more with the observations and opinions offered in this NWNW episode.
    Though I’ve never cared much for, or identified with the R label, I did register that way years ago to cast my vote for Dr. Paul in the primary, being a natural conservative and strongly Libertarian in attitude and actions. I eventually became a Precinct Committeeman and a State Committeeman for the Arizona GOP, as well as getting suckered into the Chairman’s position in my local Republicans Club (thankfully disbanded due to lack of participation)(all volunteer, unpaid positions).
    I ceased having ANYTHING to do with that organization after the assignation of Justice Scalia. This event caused my personal epiphany, I realized that nothing of substance has changed in my entire lifetime in the sick and twisted world of politics… from JFK to Justice Scalia! The deep state still lords over “us/US”, regardless of whom or which “party” occupies the puppet’s throne, the House, or Congress! I am still amazed that even in this age of the 30 second attention span and 24/7 news cycle, this story lasted about a week and was abruptly buried, despite the glaring “irregularities” and obvious gross malfeasance of the “authorities” responsible for investigating this gentleman’s sudden death.
    I now see the futility of my altruistic efforts, but I believe my words and actions showed my friends and neighbors who and what I am, a caring and selfless individual. Public speaking was extremely difficult and being the center of attention (Chairman), painful, as I am a shy individual by nature (and who in their right mind wants to do a crash course on Roberts Rules of Order?). But this was a particularly useful learning experience and I had the honor to make the acquaintance of many fine people, and feel a better man for it.
    My advice to my friends and former constituents, Kill your television and throw away your cell phone (or at least stuff it in your glove box), you’ll be a much happier and peaceful person for it!
    Again Gentelmen, thank you for your fine work, thoughtful and pragmatic analyses. God bless you and yours.
    AMD.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      jamiediggins,
      Damn! Thanks for sharing the story.

      • amjamiediggins says:

        HRS,

        you are most welcome Sir / Ma’am, I consider any fellow Corbett member a friend!

        the Scalia event was truly life changing for me. Like some one flipped the switch! I was well aware of the sham that was and is politics. I realized also that if one is too successful in that arena and some how threatens TPTB, one ends up being suicided / committing Arkancide!

        Ya, I’ve seen the inside, and even at the state level, it is pure ugly evil. I’ve watched our Hanoi John McStain pull his tricks at the State Convention, and our State Chairman Robert Graham (with McCain’s lawyers whispering in his ears) shoot down legitimate motions and petitions from the floor. Such a sad joke! The R party is every bit as ugly and evil as the D party that they demonize, fact!

        Is your label a pun?

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          The name (HomeRemedySupply) was an old business venture which I never finalized, and the email address I was using for it. I’ve done a lot of business ventures on a pauper’s budget in the past (hundreds)…some very successful, many not. Adventure… part of life if one is living.

  7. phreedomphile says:

    Thank you for dissecting the story on the UN and the internet! Excellent perspective and great to know easy solutions are within reach. Could the WSJ be sending out a trial balloon of sorts? Not Oct 1, and not strictly the UN, but some permutation combining new edicts in the near future?

    Two years ago I came across “WHO WILL CONTROL YOUR INTERNET?” by The New American (Oct 2014). The author reported on The Global Commission on Internet Governance mentioning board member Michael Chertoff.

    http://www.thenewamerican (dot) com/tech/computers/item/19326-who-will-control-your-internet

    “But the threat to freedom in cyberspace does not emanate only from the Obama White House and the United Nations. As with virtually every other effort to expand “global governance” over some vital aspect of our lives — energy, air, fresh water, oceans, forests, firearms, education, medicine — there is the usual convergence of socialist, communist, and authoritarian regimes with globalist think tanks, multinational corporations, and tax-exempt foundations, all aiming to centralize control over the Internet. Specifically, leading the charge in this push for control are the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), also known as Chatham House, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), also known as Pratt House, the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Trilateral Commission, and the Ford, Rockefeller, and Soros Foundations.

    “In an essay entitled “The Strategic Significance of the Internet Commons,” former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff describes cyberspace and the Internet as a “global commons” that must come under “global governance.” The article by Chertoff (a Trilateral Commission member) was published in the Summer 2014 issue of Strategic Studies Quarterly, a journal published by the Air Force Research Institute.”

    John Rockefeller and Esther Dyson are discussed. Brief description of Dyson:

    “Esther Dyson served, along with General Hayden, on the Advisory Committee that produced the above-mentioned CFR report. But Dyson’s role goes much deeper — she was the founding chairwoman of ICANN when it was established in 1998 to take over the Internet domain roots. …Dyson is a major investor in Russian tech companies and a big promoter of Skolkovo, Russia’s effort to build a competitor to America’s Silicon Valley.”

    Interesting tie to Skolkovo…having surfaced recently related to $35 million in contributions to Hillary and Podesta (with gobs of other Trilateralist cronies running around Skolkovo). There’s a good amount of info in the New American article and it takes a some digesting to get a handle on those working behind the scenes for internet global governance.

    No intention on my part to feed the misdirection beast, rather to keep a wary eye on the usual parasites and how they may bamboozle the masses.

    Thanks again, gentlemen.

  8. doublek321 says:

    I love your work James but I think I disagree w/ you on voting in this election. First, I hear what you’re saying: regardless of who wins, the same people behind the scenes are REALLY in power.

    However, I’ve also heard you say (and I agree) that making the tyrants do things that “shock the public” is a good thing because it can wake (at least some) people out of their stupor. For example, the Dems essentially openly stealing the primary from Bernie woke some people up to the idea that system is rigged/corrupt. The same is true of the constant negative media barrage against Trump while Hillary is generally treated w/ “kid gloves”.

    Trump is also a very outspoken person who could (at least potentially) make some waves. For example, he has called out the media as being crooked/biased. He has called out Hillary on some of her crimes. He criticized Dubya (“he lied us into war”). I fully realize Trump won’t (and can’t) bring about any change in the conventional way but, again, potentially he can make enough waves to cause something positive to happen (again in terms of “shocking the public”).

    Disclaimer: I’m not a fan of any of these candidates.

    And a point on top of the disclaimer: to reiterate James’ point, politics is NOT the solution. Individuals taking action at the local level – building systems that make the existing (corrupt) power structure irrelevant is a far better way to go.

  9. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Good show guys!

    And I love seeing the encouragement for people to participate in the real world towards bettering conditions.
    Queued
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkMVNq36oQs&feature=youtu.be&t=14m16s

    Image “National Emergencies Act”
    http://photos1.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/c/3/0/8/highres_453709928.jpeg

  10. Octium says:

    For those looking for an and easy solution to the government controlled Internet name registry there is also the openNIC project :-

    https://www.opennicproject.org/

    There is no need to install any new software on your device and the instructions for getting it set up and running in a few minutes are on the site.

    (BTW, this is not a true blockchain based registry in itself, however it will allow you to access .bit sites and other non “official” sites)

  11. Decentralized Internet systems and networks will be easily censured/controlled in the near future, using “Deep Packet Inspection” and advanced Artificial Intelligence:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_packet_inspection

    The Internet will always be controlled by the big corporations and multinationals, who constitute the real powers-that-be. And, unless there is some sort of semi-socialist revolution, at least, who hands over control of the Internet to the people, the big corporations will only let pass the sort of traffic that they approve of.

    Internet cables and servers are not the same as public roads. They’re the property of the corporations that let you use them. And, in my country, even the cable router I use, and to which I have no alternative, is the property of my ISP.

  12. russell.m says:

    On your comment about “state of emergency” if you google it you will find that the USA has been a perpetual “state of emergency” for approximately 37 years.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2014/10/22/president-obama-states-of-emergency/16851775/

  13. paul6 says:

    I would urge you guys to stop using URL shorteners. They are a tool of surveillance and possibly censorship and/or manipulation.

    Also they make information much harder to read and to cross-check.

    URL shorteners are evil!

  14. jay.z says:

    Potential #GNNW?!

    It seems like more “mainstream” and “mainstream alternative” news sources are starting to carry 9/11 stories that are not only questioning the mainstream narrative but also pointing toward it being a potential false flag event…
    Two examples:

    RT
    https://www.rt.com/document/57d52a2ec361888a578b458d/amp

    The Antimedia
    http://theantimedia.org/physicists-twin-towers-controlled-demolition-911/

    Here’s to hoping that “lamestream” and “alternate lamestream” sources like BBC and VICE are forced to have to report similar stories in the next ten years!

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