Interview 1227 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

11/10/201638 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: Donald Trump Elected President in Stunning Repudiation of Establishment

Story #2: What Major Ballot Measures Did Voters Approve?
California Marijuana Legalization Faced Unlikely Foe In Pot Growers
San Francisco Passes Soda Tax
Michael Malice and Tom Woods Discuss: What the Trump Victory Means

Story #3: Pizzagate: Podesta Emails Lead to Allegations of Another Child Abuse Ring
Has Reddit Cracked the Madeleine McCann Case?
Massive Investigation Into Clinton Crime Family Happening Online, Right Now
Thomas Sheridan: Don't Feed the Sorcery

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    NEWS Nov 8
    The woman who died after she was reportedly shoved in front of a moving subway train at Times Square station in New York City was the family housekeeper of Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman , the New York Post reported, citing a private Facebook post of Schwarzman’s son, Teddy.

  2. m.clare says:

    The USA is a country divided and, therefore, conquered. Half the people are programmed to Hate the other half. Each knows their side is in the right.

    Democracy: We don’t care who you hate as long as you hate someone and vote against them.

    Enjoy your freedom.

    • ralphodavis says:

      Well, then, enjoy the MSM infliction stifling of informed volition as psychologically directed, m.clare. What alternative do you suggest? We either exercise freedom, or it’s lost. Pretty simple, really.

      I think that resignation only serves focus on division that you bemoan. Why is it that difference of opinion need be cynically cast as an inevitably hopeless division? There’s no prospect of dispelling it once the self-sustaining violence sets in.

      While not really disagreeing with your sense of doom, I just don’t think it’s properly sourced implying victim masses hostile to actual democratic process. Quite the opposite. It’s their opportunist manipulators, like Soros, that relentlessly stir the pot of violence in which we boil.

      ‘Can’t we all just get along?’ Only if understood as imperative by those with an ability to think. We’re otherwise chained, condemned to serving the overlords having surrendered our freedom.

  3. Craig R says:

    First, I really enjoy your program. I’ve spent thirty years in national politics and run a watchdog group in Washington that focuses on energy and environment issues. We have been attempting to shine a spotlight on the global pay-for-play operation that makes up the green industrial complex. Here are my takes on the election:
    1) A Trump victory means we at least have a fighting chance. If she were anointed Queen as the ruling class wanted, she would have had up to 3 Supreme Court picks in her first term, which would have spelled the end of the Republic (an Executive Order implementing much of the gun control legislation the elites are pushing would have likely been her first order of business, and the rest of the Constitution would have been gutted through other EOs). In terms of the energy issue, the Clean Power Plan is now dead (no small feat), and he will scrap the UN’s Paris Accord on climate signaling the death of that tyrannical and dangerous plan.
    2) While he has floated establishment names like Gingrich and Christie, please take a look at the transition teams he’s putting in place, some of whom will ultimately fill top spots in the agencies below the Secretary level. It’s an impressive group of limited government, free-market people who are intent on returning the regulatory power back to the state and local government, as well as bringing a renewed focus on transparency to the government.
    3) The Establishment Republican party apparatus abandoned Trump at a time he needed it most. I know this fact has not escaped this new Administration nor the Commander-in-Chief himself. The Democrat Party will have a bunch of soul-searching to do as well, and after they stop blaming the Trump phenomenon on racist, misogamist, homophobic NASCAR fans, what they will see is that those who put him into office were once the foundation of their own party. The so-called Reagan Democrats, who have watched their jobs shipped overseas do to globalization, saw their own Party, which used to be their champions, abandon them for the oligarchists and Wall Street tycoons. Look for a quiet revolution on their side (it will be quiet since the corporate establishment media won’t make a big deal out of it)
    4) In addition to the Clinton Crime Syndicate (and the Bush’s as you mentioned) the biggest losers in this race are the corporate establishment media. (Please don’t ever call them the MSM again!) Their blatant support for her, the heads up on the debate questions, their working with the DNC to come up with questions to ask Trump, etc., was on full display for the whole world to see. Outlets like yours, NewsBud, and others will be the wave of the future if we can just get the word out!
    5) And finally, it is a heck of a lot easier to throw the spotlight on what’s wrong, wring our hands, and say we’re being suppressed by these overwhelming forces which we’ve all done for so long. I had war-gamed in my mind what I would do the day after she was elected, and that was a no-brainer. Being a martyr is a lot easier that actually playing a role in dismantling the establishment and bringing the power of the government back into the hands of the people where it belongs. So, after much thought yesterday, I came up with what we have to do (and I’m including you). We must continue to be ever vigilant in not only bringing those to justice who were exposed in the WikiLeaks as part of the pay-for-play system, but we must make the Trump Administration stick to its promises. This is where we’ve failed in the past, and I’ve been apart of the Republican revolution in 1994, the Tea Party movement in 2010, and saw this election unfold with both the Trump and Bernie factor. Once those other political revolts occurred, we walked away feeling like our work was done, when in fact it should have just begun. It’s clear the electorate wants change, they don’t want business as usual, and our job is to keep this notion in front of the powers that be, such as you would do when you put a puppy’s nose in pee to house-train him.

    Those are some post-election thoughts from a subscriber and fan of yours who is behind enemy lines in D.C. Keep up the good work!

  4. m.clare says:

    Regarding the egg-on-the-face posture of James C & James E.P……

    You don’t have the predictive powers to see accurately into the future. NONE of us has a crystal ball. Anybody claiming they can predict the future are either con-men themselves or they are delusional.

    What does “Selection” mean? It means there are 2 candidates selected by “THEM” to participate in a beauty pageant / popularity contest. Like any proper con, there has to be an element of truth to distract us. The real truth is “THEY” don’t care which of their two candidates we “select”. James E.P. needs to wrap his head around this element of the con. You are so close to comprehension but this is a BIG step if you have been subjected to a lifetime of American Grade-A Propaganda.

    It is no different than Professional Wrestling. Hulk Hogan and the Grave Digger are well rehearsed and coriographed actors and they work for the same promoter. You have to stop discussing these actors as though they really are the personna they portray.

    If Hillary won, can you imagine how smuggly we would be parading it as evidence that the whole thing was fixed? Trump himself suggested that would be the case.


    In point form, here’s how the con works:

    – “They” provide two spokes models
    – Half of us will be programmed to HATE one of the candidates
    – The other Half of us will be programmed to HATE the other
    – “They” constantly remind us voting matters
    – The popularity contest / beauty pageant extravaganza event occurs
    – No matter who “wins”, half the people will be in the street protesting
    – No matter who “wins”, the selected spokes model will spend the next 4 years flapping their face hole reading prepared speeches from Teleprompters delivering propaganda unto the masses as though they were actually leading the country.

    Smoke & mirrors, misdirection, distraction. Wizard of Oz behind the curtain and we are trembling before the floating head and fireworks.

    Try to free yourselves from the con that enslaves you like any other religion. Faith and Hope on one hand and Fear and Hatred on the other…. are the strings that make all of us dance like a bunch of zombies.

    • L. says:

      ^^ THIS ^^

      The closeness of the vote is evidence that the strategy of divide and conquer worked perfectly. They made almost exactly 48% of the country hate another 48% of the country. It’s the essence of democracy. Anyone who thinks the people of the US won anything is delusional. In democracy, we always lose, 100% of the time.

      I do echo James’ & James’ sentiment though, and I think you might be slightly mischaracterizing it. My expectation for the last 2 years was that Clinton would be the next spokes model, and was genuinely surprised that Trump was the conclusion. Perhaps Clinton was the original strategy. At some point in the game, the NWO decided that the public response to a Trump presidency would expedite their aims via the chaos that ensues and the public being conditioned to expect the unexpected from an off-the-cuff madman. All media coverage of Trump during the primary and general was like an experiment in public reaction. And the public were loyal test subjects and dutifully waited for the next Trumpism, and predictably reacted. The experiment was such a smashing success that Hillary perhaps even agreed to step aside.

      We’ll be forced to accept virtually anything done in the next 4-8 years, even if it openly contradicts itself or hops back and forth between the left & right paradigms, as just Trump being Trump. That will numb many people to the fallout of decisions made in US policy. Many will just pass out out of consciousness of world events from the sheer uncertainty and unpredictability. If we have no clear expectations, we can’t be nearly as disappointed or enraged by whatever comes to pass. I predict acute apathy will be the state of things after the post-election energy fades…

      • m.clare says:

        Real power is anonymous and, therefore, accountable to noone. Trump is the spokesmodel scapegoat who will be blamed for any unpleasant thing that happens in the next 4 years. The media has done their job…. They have presented him as a clown, a racist, an abuser of women, a conspiracy theorist, a dangerous lunatic. Considering the villain they have created, they must have something particularly unpalatable in store for us.

        Obama should receive the Academy Award for his role. Trump will continue to play his part. Regrettably, most of us will believe he’s more than an actor in a telemercial.

        • peace.froggs says:

          “they must have something particularly unpalatable in store for us.”

          — If they want to actually implement any of his looney campaign proposals, they will need to come up with something. Maybe not as bad as another 9/11, but something.

          So lets hope, it was just campaign rhetoric to help him get elected and nothing else.

          • L. says:

            I don’t think there is any intention of ever actually implementing any of his proposals. I don’t expect a wall. I don’t expect a yuge tax cut. I expect business as usual under the cloak of ‘total chaos and tyranny of the lunatic madman Trump!’. Police state will grow, NSA spying will expand, wars of aggression will continue and expand, the debt will continue to grow. I do fully expect another large scale false flag that will give Trump the excuse to flip the script on non-interventionism and use it as an excuse to invade one of the next Middle Eastern countries on the list, possibly Iran.

        • skibas says:

          Trump is a reality TV persona after all, so he might play along quite well when they stage an earth shuttering false flag “aliens” menace or attack. On the other hand they may hope that he’s “dumb” enough to start shooting off nukes when faced with “an alien invasion”. Trump the unifier of the human race. Trump savior of the universe…and a new world order.

  5. peace.froggs says:

    1) No, I don’t really think they will ‘lock her up’, however the appearance that they are keeping campaign promises might need to be maintained at least for the red states, which means there might be a trial, however she will be exonerated.
    (basically a show trial for the gullible)

    2) No, I don’t think a physical wall will be built.

    3) Yes, I believe Obamacare will be replaced by TrumpCare.

  6. richard.tamm says:

    ​On Facebook ​Mark Crispin Miller post​ed remarks​ of Paul Lehto:

    From Paul R. Lehto:
    Everyone has two basic choices:
    A. LARGE SHIFTS BETWEEN EXIT POLLS AND REPORTED RESULTS (sufficient to change the winner of the state) in Wisconsin, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Florida, (and enough to change who is the next President)
    B. ACCEPT THE MSM NARRATIVE, which means you must (1) Believe that essentially all polls were wrong, and (2) believe essentially all professional politicians were wrong, and (3) believe essentially all the pundits were wrong in not predicting a Trump landslide, and (4) recognize that reports regarding Trump’s own internal polling were almost as wrong, and now also (5) believe that exit polls were way off in key battleground states, (6) that big money and advertising advantages don’t matter, (7) having a ground game.versus no.ground game doesn’t matter, and (8) the support of.many.MSM journalists, entire networks, party hacks, and innumerable others doesn’t matter either.
    If B is selected, the circular firing squad may continue unabated.
    I have a spreadsheet on the exit polling data supporting A above, but want to have a typo or two corrected before posting. (On edit : I dropped Michigan from the list above because it was a surprise in the polls but not in the exit polls).

    which indicate that the Republicans may have stolen the election for Trump in four states.

    However, can we trust the exit poll data? Here is a response from Richard Charnin in the daily Election Integrity posting I get and which I highly recommend that you all sign up to get ( ):

    Richard Charnin : Nov 10 05:13AM -0800

    These results appear to have been rigged by the pollsters. to show that the election was stolen by Trump.

    1) FACT: ALL reports of electronic vote switching were from Trump to Clinton,
    2) FACT: the pollsters represent the establishment and Clinton was the establishment candidate,
    3) FACT: Clinton stole the primaries from Bernie Sanders.
    4) FACT: The establishment sued citizens who wanted to do selected exit polls
    5) FACT: The exit pollsters NEVER reveal the precincts polled, much less
    the discrepancy between the recorded precinct vote and the exit poll. Why not?
    6) FACT: Of course the pollsters forced a match to the RECORDED vote – as they ALWAYS do.

    One may legitimately ask: why believe the unadjusted exit polls in the primaries but not in the election?
    Answer: the establishment learned their lesson in 2016- and so they rigged the UNADJUSTED exit polls to favor Clinton.
    Nice trick. Some of the best EI activists are falling for the ruse.

    But Trump did even better than the recorded vote indicates.
    Trump overcame the ESTABLISHMENT fraud-just like Obama did in 2008 and 2012..

    I was a Democrat all my life. No Longer.
    Die-hard Democratic progressives are stuck in the paradigm matrix of a corrupt two-party system.

    Trump is effectively an Independent, he is anti-establishment.
    The corrupt Republicans and Democrats did not support him.

    Clinton is a DINO who has the full support of the establishment.
    She has the support of Kissinger, Bush, Cheney, the Koch brothers and all the other Neocons.
    And the Democratic quislings.And let’s not forget George Soros
    As well as the totally corrupt media: The NY Times, Washington Post, Slate, the Nation. etc.
    Who still watches CBS, NBC, CNN?
    Who believes the AP/Reuters and the rest?

    I never thought I would be a fan of Sean Hannity on Fox News.
    But he’ the only one in the media who dares speak the truth.
    So does Lou Dobbs.





    ​So, I don’t know where this leaves us with this election. Both Paul Lehto and Richard Charnin will be producing docs in the near future that we can study further.

    One thing is for sure. This cries out for us to somehow get running a really good, really independent polling company so that we can trust the raw exit poll data, that it has not been manipulated, etc. We need to get funding from a really trustworthy source to back the payment for or creation of a truly independent exit-polling company.

    Secondly, we need to get back to hand-counted paper ballots. But breaking throughout the media blackout to cause enough of a revolution to shift back to this seems really impossible. Better to get a really independent exit-polling company.

    A number of European countries have elections with paper ballots that are hand-counted and also use exit polls to temporarily declare the winner before the full count of paper ballots is complete. Are these exit polls done by the various governments themselves, or are they done by trusted companies? If they are done by companies, then I suggest we hire one of these European exit-polling companies to do trustworthy exit polling in the U.S.

    • VoltaicDude says:

      But that’s the whole point, Trump didn’t steal the election anymore than JFK stole his election against Nixon – Joe Kennedy, Sr., Giancana and Mayor Daly’s machine stole that election.

      Diebold probably had his hand in this one too, just like in 2004.

      The question remains, was the insertion and promotion of Trump (in what we might describe as a surreptitious MSNBC campaign) a type of strategic safety for the D-Team corporatists?

      Just like FDR threw Smedley and the Hawaiian fleet under the bus to save his family-business, corporatist are incapable of doing the right thing.

      JFK was a happy-go-lucky romantic and (admirably in this case) aristocratically arrogant enough to lose track of the dangerous waters in which he was swimming. He actually fell for the Camelot-mythology himself.

      JFK will be remembered as a Hamlet-like figure in history – coming into his own too late and with too much encumbering baggage, which he thought was not intrinisic to his station and something against which he could easily revolt.

  7. richard.tamm says:

    to follow up on my prior post, I got this email response from Mark Crispin Miller:

    Here are the unadjusted exit polls for the 2016 election, as compiled by Jonathan Simon
    (author of the indispensable Code Red: Election Fraud and the New American Century).

    These figures make quite clear that this election was “rigged” after all, just as Donald
    Trump kept warning—except that it was rigged to make him president, and to maintain
    the GOP’s grip on the Senate.

    Thus Donald Trump, and the Republicans, “won” this election just as Hillary Clinton,
    and the DNC, “won” the Democratic nomination—i.e., by fraudulently “beating”
    Bernie Sanders in the primaries. (For the evidence of all those thefts, see “Democracy
    Lost,” from Election Justice USA:

    And so what’s needed now is not more windy speculation as to why Trump “won”
    and Clinton “lost,” or any further guessing as to what might happen next because
    of those ostensible results, or any more indignant assignation of the blame for them.

    Since those results were obviously rigged, what we need now is (1) a thorough
    investigation of all this year’s stolen races, and (2) a broad-based movement to
    get rid of our absymal voting system, and replace it with one worthy of a real

    That was Mark Crispin Miller’s response to my email which was my prior post. He also added:
    I see no reason to distrust the unadjusted polls—which are damning enough.

    He attached two docs of Presidential and U.S. Senate Exit Poll data that I am not able to attach to this. But the origin for both is from Jonathan Simon’s website: You may be able to find them there.

    • m.clare says:

      – We were told Hillary’s victory over Bernie was rigged, were we not?
      – Trump suggested the only way he wouldn’t win would be if the election was rigged, did he not?

      Classic bait and switch.

      More false flag reverse psychological warfare tactics to keep us confused. Keep us guessing. Keep us chasing our tails.

      The whole thing was “rigged”, i.e., scripted from the start and Hillary and Trump are actors playing the part they are told to play.

      • ralphodavis says:

        ‘– We were told Hillary’s victory over Bernie was rigged, were we not?’

        Yes, but told by Wikileaks, not an MSM source. Trump needed a few flipped battleground states and got them.

        The ease of flipping in tabulation is now clearly established, so entirely plausible scenario.

        The shadow government is creating circumstances to justify martial law prior to economic reset, deflecting from establishment responsibility, and control of ‘lefty’ opposition, ala Soros, is much more manageable than the right fringe and convenient to mass demonstrations opposing Trump as we’re seeing now.

        We’ll soon see if the plan is to radically destabilize under pretense of a ‘discovered’ thrown election, or just ideological distaste from disenfranchised youth and minority movements.

        Everyone isn’t necessarily a ‘crisis actor’ in the sense of willingness under direct control. Hillary is more a political veteran operative who may just be following orders. Trump, as a political novice, may be something more like a willing idiot.

        But scripted, no doubt. Little is left to chance by Rand veterans and their able algos.

      • Mark says:

        This is the kind of thinking or at least expression of that which will always stain the conspiracy theory crowd and marginalize anything that’s said in this corner of alternative media / alternative world view. The “oligarchs” are not a monolithic force, what they want and what they control differs and has limits, and so there isn’t anyone out there who can or does rig anything of this magnitude to that degree.

        Hellary’s nomination was rigged in the sense that the majority of the party had already decided on her before the process began, she had the massive advantage of the super-delegates created after the “McGovern disaster”, the media – controlled by the same forces that were her primary backers (the Zionists) – ignored Sanders, etc. But she also had the advantage of a significant part of the female vote, the black vote, etc., which is just the reality of her and her husband’s history, and it’s not like Sanders was some perfect candidate either.

        I think the effective promotion of Trump by the media during the pre-nomination period probably was to some degree more of the same, mess up the Republicans to ensure her victory (and it was also a better story). But in the end all of this backfired on these forces, and they lost. I just don’t see how one can look at this election and claim it was preordained that Trump would win and all the ballot counts were totally rigged. We know results can be and have been manipulated, and there is no surprise that the Republicans manipulated votes again this time. Vote fraud is simply part of the process by definition. But that’s a completely different thing than Trump being ordained in some meeting room high in some corporate tower before the process even started.

        Now, if Trump was entirely unacceptable to the bulk of the powers that be, then they probably would have been successful in stopping him – even if that meant putting a bullet in his head. So they will find a way to control him to the degree that it’s even necessary, but that’s not that material; he will be surrounded by oligarchic players, even if they’re kind of a nutty group, and he’s not that radical anyway.

        Btw, the wall was never going to be built, that was just a rhetorical signal that he sides with people who feel like their jobs have been lost to foreigners who will work for sub-human wages and America is being destroyed by multi-culturalism. And Hellary was never going to end up behind bars, at least not by Trump’s visible doing, that was more rhetoric elevating her criminal behavior, and all he was doing there was the usual bit about displaying some class in the immediate post-election period. I think the notion that we should put more value in what he said on election night than we did what he said through the whole campaign is kind of laughable.

        • ralphodavis says:

          Stain on the conspiracy theory crowd? Is that like coffee drippings on Alex Jones’ shirt or cherry juice on Mark Dice’s program notes? Who suggested monolithic anything? Smug major/incoherence minor? Just wondering.

          BTW, fully permeated vote rigging tech can and do take a bite out of your assertion:

          • Mark says:

            Well, let’s start with James’ statement that the votes aren’t even counted, and electoral decisions simply are not left up to voters. If so, all voting results, from president down to local school board, are entirely fabricated. Beyond that, if the level of control being suggested here is the case, then it’s one group that’s making all the decisions on all those votes. And those decisions include things like electing Bush II with a margin that drove the final result into the Supreme Court and left us then, as now, with a president who lost the popular vote.

            Does that really seem to you like what would happen if this was all rigged? What it looks like to me is a system that is corrupted but within some small margin is still mostly based on actual voting. There is a huge amount of time and money that is used to influence voters, there are virtually no ethics or morality in that process, and then there’s the black stuff like messing with voting machines and compiling computers and the like. Would they actually do all of that if it was just window-dressing?

            All that becomes more visible and important in the light of our election procedure, which has resulted in these razor-thin margins, and so it is discussed more. That has happened because of the realignment of party membership during the Nixon-Reagan era (prior to this both parties had left and right wings), the shifting right and left (mostly right) of party positions in the pursuit of majorities (B. Clinton making the Democratic party of the ’90s basically the Republican Party of the ’60s-’70s, etc.) and fighting over that middle ground, the science of elections (thru polling, compiling of past voting patterns, etc.) and how to manipulate voters. That gets overlaid on a state-determined system of how their electoral votes get allotted (any state can decide to allocate that by popular vote statewide or on congressional districts or whatever), and almost every state does that in the way presumably they feel they have the most impact (winner-take-all); those decisions mean the election comes down to a dozen or fewer states, and so even more intensity on all that stuff I mentioned above.

            It’s very hard for me to believe that if anyone had serious control over this process that they would decide to make it look like this, such an unsatisfactory mess that turns most people off to the degree that the majority doesn’t even bother to vote. If the voting is entirely controlled, then the controllers would want to have a system that encourages everyone to vote and give them choices they like, so they feel good about the process even though they don’t actually determine anything. Instead we have a system that’s an ungodly mess, and the real control mechanisms of power are mostly applied far from the voting booths.

            You want to know how real power works? Go look at Haim Saban’s Wikipedia page, and you will see this: “Saban says his greatest concern is to protect Israel. At a conference in Israel, Saban described his formula. His three ways to influence American politics were: make donations to political parties, establish think tanks, and control media outlets.” You will also see this: “In September 2004, Hillary Clinton described Saban as a very good friend, supporter and adviser: ‘I am grateful for his commitment to Israel, to a just and lasting peace in the Middle East and to my foundation’s work…'” Just because no one in the mainstream dares to really talk about this stuff (“Anti-Semite!!!”) doesn’t mean it’s not all out in the open and visible.

  8. summer says:

    This might be interesting about pizza gate. As esoteric as it may be, it might be worth taking it more seriously.

  9. whateverittakes2 says:

    John Hankey’s work is worth viewing… He has several longer and short documentaries on YouTube… This one is on VP Pence.

    The latter is short — 12 minutes and gives a picture of a government that is run by and for the Mafia. It’s ugly and very scary. Tending to be an optimist and also naive, I have looked for evidence that Donald Trump is trustworthy and that his election will be potentially good for this country, but what I get from Hankey’s work (and among other things, he did an excellent study of the Orlando False Flag), is that these are all criminal mentalities. The remarks Trump makes, offensive or no, often have an underlying message that’s meant to project reassurance or threat to targeted actors or entities of whom his audience will likely have no idea. In other words, he appears to be at best another burnished in the fire Mafia-style warlord… But isn’t this what the NWO, the Bushes, Clintons and Obama have brought us and this country to? And they want this for the whole world… Heaven help us and them!

    It’s not just the actors, the entire governmental structure is thoroughly corrupted. E.g. James Comey and the FBI. What I got from Hankey’s picture of Orlando was that Comey knowingly set up an innocent man to be murdered by authorities for a crime THEY committed. The same thing as was done for the 9/11 crime and other false flags. The authorities carefully sidestep (in some/many cases murder–and we know this from a long history, and long lists of conveniently dead people…) witnesses who know what they saw but whose story does not jive with what James Comey and other criminal mentalities of his type want known.

    I find nothing good to say about any of this… except James’s solution, that anarchy is the only answer. Get rid of the government and these crooked creeps who are attracted to lives of thievery, mayhem and murder. And Obama is part of this. He’s been accomplice to all of these phony false flags. If there were any justice in the world they would all, every single one of them from Poppy to Bill and Shillary, to James Comey, to the Shrub, Dick Cheney, BO and assorted cronies. etc. all of them would be tried for treason and dispatched in the manner set aside for this type of crime.

    But that would only be if you felt government was worth the trouble… It’s not. So please, let’s quickly come up with something else.

    • mkey says:

      Something is very fishy about “Hankey.” Pay attention at the Hillary/Obama whitewash on 1:01:18. While “Hankey” obviously did a good job and some nice research, there are some red herrings thrown in there for a good measure.

      Due to low subs and views count on his channel I doubt viewers are being subjected to astroturfing. Base case scenario – “Hankey” has fallen under influence of some hard coded mental shortcuts.

  10. Greg Bacon says:

    The Trump Comedy Hour is over, now the pain of reality will set in.

    Not much will change with Trump, despite all his feel-good sound bites, like ‘lock her up.’
    No way will Trump go after the Clinton Mob, Satan and the banksters take care of their own, to keep one from pulling back the curtain.

    The real power in the USA is with the Wall Street TBTF banks and the FED. And who does Trump reach out to for Treasury Secretary? Serial crook Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan.

    Trump has the despicable toady Newt Gingrich on his transition team and 9/11 False Flag helper Rudy G, and you expect serious change from this kind of start?

    Palestinians will feel the pain even more, as Trump ‘delegates’ care of that part of the ME to his good friend, Nuttyahoo, who will go on a land theft spree while getting ready for the next big blood libel in Gaza.

    America woke up long enough to cast their votes, now its back to nap time while the 1% continue their thieving.

  11. peace.froggs says:

    “Trump has the despicable toady Newt Gingrich on his transition team and 9/11 False Flag helper Rudy G, and you expect serious change from this kind of start?”

    — Drudge, Alex Jones & Julian Assange seem to think so.
    (I use to like Alex Jones)

    “America woke up long enough to cast their votes, now its back to nap time while the 1% continue their thieving.”

    — Now that Trump won its back to nap time for the red state morons, but looking at the protests happening in major US cities I believe the blue states will be wide awake for at least the next 4 years.

    • Greg Bacon says:

      When the Wikileaks emails came out showing Clinton and the DNC had sabotaged Bernie Sanders, trashing Democracy, where were all these protesters then?
      Or didn’t George Soros give them money to riot?

  12. BuddhaForce says:

    I’d just like to say that the culmination of this selection has provided us with an excellent “teachable” moment to break people out of the left/right paradigm.

    If YOU are worried about Trump being an Emperor, then YOU have no one to blame but yourself for letting previous President’s from BOTH parties for the last 40 years expand the use of Executive orders. Did you say anything?

    If YOU are worried about Trump having a temper-tantrum and frivolously going to war, then YOU have no one to blame but yourself for letting President’s from BOTH parties abuse the War Powers Act & Resolution. Did you speak out?

    If YOU are worried about Trump droning his political enemies, then YOU have no one to blame but yourself for letting BOTH parties kill men, women, and children, even when they were American citizens. Did you care?

    If YOU are worried about Mexicans and Muslims being rounded up by Trump, then YOU have no one to blame but yourself for letting BOTH parties pass and the President sign the NDAA 2012 which provides for indefinite detention of U.S. citizens. Did you ever think about the future?

    It’s time to let the political parties die on the vine. Become an Independent. Not an independent voter, but an independent thinker. Realize that there is a very real possibility of the creation of a fascist state, and that arguing about abortion, and gay marriage, and all the other wedge issues they love to divide people with are not what is important.

    It’s bitter medicine, but I see so many who are so revolted by a Trump presidency, that their mouths are open.

  13. ccondy says:

    Melanijka Knavs aka. Melanie Trump would have been 29 years old when NATO under the Bill Clinton administration started it’s bombing campaign in the country in which she was born. I wonder how she really feels about the Clintons and NATO. I’m glad she is the first lady of the USA. It will be interesting to watch what kind of she influence she shall yield in her position . I wish her success .

  14. Bill says:

    One possible scenario I could see happening with Trump being elected is the Fed might pop the bubble it has created by printing trillions of dollars so the economy wouldn’t collapse during the Obama regime. That way the left can say Trump destroyed the wonderful economy that Obama had created.

  15. NES says:

    … yes, agree completely and I would add watch the VP, closely.

  16. bladtheimpailer says:

    It is too bad that the blessings of fascism couldn’t have come to America sooner. Everything will be just “great” when anything that smells of money is privatized by the financial and corporate vultures of Wall Street, like social security and what is left of the commons. Who needs the TPP when the “greatness” of the conditions of a Vietnam or a China can be recreated in America. And if you think you are going to stand in the way of America becoming “great” again Trump and associates have a nice terrorist designation for you and a tanker parked in the middle of the Indian Ocean where you will be able to protest all you want and not a soul will hear your screams. The news headlines should read “Fascist Takes White House – Globalism Advanced by 25 Years.” Come one come all “Greatness” awaits for those who will seize it.

  17. VoltaicDude says:

    How is polling traditionally used to warp an elections process?

    1) The media trumpets a candidate’s name. That’s a marketing campaign, and done properly builds name or meme recognition. And its results are measurable.

    2) The measured results are a poll. Polls are very susceptible to bias, but simple non-recognition is the worst result.

    “The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.”
    — Lady Bracknell, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest

    3) The loop is completed when the poll results are reported in the media. That’s news: “I heard it on the news – it must be true.”

    Altogether, that’s spin.

    Obama and Sanders were also repudiations of “establishment politics” – that doesn’t mean voters acting on that premise weren’t naïve.

    Reagan, “the rancher;” Carter, the peanut farmer; (strangely) George W. Bush, the inarticulate guy you’d have a beer with – they all managed to feign that aura.

    If you didn’t have that sort of reaction to any of these characters it was a weird (alienating) thing to observe, but a huge swelling of people in America reacted like that.

    “The powers” already know this. The population regularly (and entirely incompetently) repudiates the established elites. That’s pretty much what makes any candidate attractive. It doesn’t have to be true, it has to be bought.

    Of course you and I know this is a “selection process” and what “the powers” let us see is not actually what we are going to get.

    But why would you suppose that the press reporting on a Clinton lead in the polls could be part of a direct attempt to steal the election?

    The media is definitely used to shape the “selection process” and lie to the people in general for sure, but I do not personally know of any circumstance in which the media directly performed the same type of function as Katherine Harris, or a stacked SCOTUS, or rigged Diebold electronic voting machines, or purging eligible voter lists.

    The fact that actual election results were so far off the polling results, and especially on key exit polls – just as happened in the 2000 and 2004 elections – I would have thought very obviously points to a very different conclusion.

    The Election was Stolen – Here’s How…

    Also the timing and context:

    – In an unprecedented move, the Republicans refuse to even hold hearings to confirm the SCUTUS nominee (SCOTUS vacancies were important motivations for stealing 2000 and 2004, resulting in Citizens United in 2009)

    – Trump out of nowhere accused Clinton of planning to rig the elections, and this seems plausible since the primaries were stolen from Sanders, but in what way was this claim substantiated at the general election level?

    But the rhetoric started a frenzied media response regarding how the election results had to be accepted by both candidates – so now if the Clinton campaign backtracks on that it looks more like sour grapes.

    And virtually everyone is suggesting that pursuing the poll anomalies would understandably instigate rioting by right wing supporters.

    I just don’t get it, and I didn’t vote for Clinton.

      • VoltaicDude says:

        Palast is an ally of Robert Kennedy, Jr., and that crowd is a “respectable” group that have the “good taste” not to speak “the truth” outside the Dem/Rep dichotomy (they may also have some other personal reasoning for their silences – the world keeps one guessing, doesn’t it).

        At the link you offer above a commenter has responded including this link, which in turn includes the following apology quote from Palast:
        “My unfortunate characterization of you as a “fruitcake” was based on your assertion that Jesus met with Mayans after His resurrection – which, Peter explained to me, was not a scientific finding but a deeply held religious belief rooted in your Mormon faith…”

        I am a huge fan of Jones, and am simultaneously a materialist-atheist who thinks the actual existence of the specific historical figure of Jesus is a fabrication in itself – perhaps you’ve noticed too that people are often not too consistent in their belief-systems (what are your own thoughts on Jones?). By the way Newton was also a devout Christian.

        I have in the past quoted (quite happily and with the intent to continue to do so) Noam Chomsky, al Jazeera, and even the NY Times!

        Sometimes ad hominem is a tricky business.

        What specifically in Palast’s arguments and evidences can you counter with arguments and evidences to the contrary, or are you unfamiliar with the specifics of his claims, or do you simply dismiss his claims and finds as those of a fruitcake?

        • nosoapradio says:

          Good evening VoltaicDude,

          I totally agree: Ad Hominem attacks are deceptively tricky and most often prove that those making them cannot attack the argument so resort to attacking the man who made it.

          And the fact that Greg Palast would resort to such petty Ad Hominem attacks on Steven Jones is not even what shocked me the most! Indeed, I was not even aware that in addition to “fruitcake” he had also gratuitously accused the establishment-defying Mr Jones of being a “complete and utter fraud”! Yet such typical, establishment, fratboy bullying does not surprise me from Mr Palast.

          No, what destroyed any credibility Mr Palast had in terms of being a reference for understanding the world was his classic and impotent, typically establishment way of skirting the issue of 9/11 all together.

          “A litmus test” as described by many on this site.

          Yes, as a relatively high profile journalist in both the US and Britain, Mr Palast first endeavours to destroy Mr Jones’ reputation through the disgraceful and incomprehensible use of Ad Hominem, for whatever reason he may give after the fact, (how can someone be “a complete and utter fraud” for one’s purported religious beliefs?)

          then quite clearly attempts to entrap Mr Jones into anti-semitic rhetoric with a question that could legitimately be considered as a non-sequitor

          and then refuses to discuss the issue of 9/11 at all claiming that “reasoned discourse is just impossible”.

          for him.

          This rhetoric and modus operandi is, in my view, at best cowardly and at worst incompetent and misleading and makes me suspicious.

          So I respect your choice to base your perceptions of controversial issues on this establishment journalist but I was sincerely wondering why you would trust him.

          As for Chomsky and other relatively high-profile pundits that I would characterize as “Gatekeepers”,

          though I would never base my interpretation of polemic events on their publicized analyses

          I have quite happily quoted them myself. For a variety of reasons.

          So I would reiterate, in light of the evidence you’ve provided, that

          Ad homminem attacks on scientists who put their reputations and even their lives on the line,

          gratuitously inflicted by high-profile international journalists who can do sincere damage to a person’s reputation and livlihood

          is truly pitiful and profoundly suspicious behavior in my book.

          Thank you for your reply.

          • VoltaicDude says:

            Hi nosoapradio,

            I’ve been mulling over how to respond – lots of different thoughts and feelings about how this has evolved for me. Easiest way to get on with this is to just list a sort of evolution of my reactions over time, but not necessarily in chronological order.

            As a comparative example to my posting a link to Palast’s work (which I may never do again), I would probably not have ever even entertained the thought of posting any “analysis” or “reporting” by Tucker Carlson – why?

            Well, I won’t go into the “why” on the Carslon side of this point because I would prefer to keep the tone of this post reasonable, but an important point about Palast is that I was unaware – until your initial reply (thanks) – of anything Palast ever said about 9-11 or Jones – most mainstream pundits at least have the common sense to just pretend it doesn’t exist if they can’t handle it.

            I was aware of his book, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, and of some of his mainstream news appearances, and I found most of the information he offered in that context well substantiated, if also limited to safe mainstream topics.

            The reason I quoted Palast’s “apology” was indeed to further highlight that it was obvious (once I saw the link you offered), what he was up to – you described it well: “…disgraceful…” and “…attempts to entrap…,” but I would quibble with you that it was (sort of vice versa) at best incompetent or cowardly and misleading, and at worst downright malicious in intent.

            You go on to say: “…Ad homminem attacks on scientists who put their reputations and even their lives on the line, gratuitously inflicted by high-profile international journalists who can do sincere damage to a person’s reputation and livelihood is truly pitiful and profoundly suspicious behavior in my book.”

            And I agree that Mr. Palast’s apology seems inadequate, and that his remarks seem designed specifically to be injurious to Mr. Jones reputation, including Palast’s glib and sophomoric (at best) frat-boy bullying.

            And perhaps Palast has accomplished something minor for his agenda in distracting us thus far.

            But let’s not let Palast’s unprofessional (at best) conduct distract us any further than an adequate assessment of what he might be up to.

            I think the evidence (from various sources posted on this site) points to the fact that the election was stolen – a result that requires some reckoning.

            As far as I can see only elements within the shadow-establishment would be capable of pulling this off – but in favor of this new-fangled “anti-establishment” character?

            Is, for-instance, Trump’s hate of the Bush’s also fake?

            Did Trump ever really expect to win?

            How easily will he be manipulated now that he is in the belly of the beast?

            He may be naïve, but I don’t see him as a naïve-hero-type, and I don’t believe the Complex will even feel a need to consider taking him out.

  18. HomeRemedySupply says:

    November 23rd – BREAKING NEWS
    Former NIST Employee Speaks Out…in Europhysics News about the World Trade Center collapses
    from…Ae911truth archived bulletins

    Evidently, the former NIST employee will soon be video interviewed.

    His Letter to the Editor

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