Interview 1256 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

03/02/201713 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. This week:

Story #1: Mexican Drug King Worked for CIA, Says His Son

The CIA And The Drug Trade

Fill The Swamp: Trump Wants Record $54B Increase In Military Spending

Story #2: Minimum Wage Massacre As Wendy's Unleashes 1,000 Robots To Counter Higher Labor Costs

The Robot That Takes Your Job Should Pay Taxes, Says Bill Gates

FriendFace Testing AI To Spot Potentially Suicidal Members

Google Can* (*Will/Did) Remotely Reset Your Google Router

Stuffed CloudPets Toys Leak Millions Of Voice Recordings From Kids, Parents

Story #3: Americans Have Fewer TVs On Average Than They Did In 2009

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  1. L. says:

    The audio is stuttering in the youtube, streaming audio and downloaded mp3. ):

    EDIT: I am about 5 mins in, and the stuttering seems to have died down.

  2. Pablo de Boer says:

    McDeath also have self ordering machines…

    McDonald’s rolls out automated kiosk ordering

    And Pizza’s are also delivered robotic @ home in the 21th century.

    Domino’s Pizza has self-driving pizza robot delivery vehicles

    Domino’s Using a Robot to Deliver Pizza in Australia – IGN News

    And last month I visited Germany and I saw there in their supermarkets self-service bread machine, but the German bakers ain’t so happy with those bread machines:

    — Aldi and bakers in spat over fresh bread —
    German bakers have taken discount store Aldi to court over its claim that machines in its stores dispense freshly baked bread at the touch of a button. A judge who wanted a look at the raw dough was denied permission.

    Modern life is beginning to look alot like the cartoon The Jetsons from the Sixties

    The Jetsons (1962) – Intro (Opening)

  3. michael.b says:

    “Americans are ditching their TV’s…”, ordinarily I would get excited about that and therefor conclude people re not watching MSM, and all the cluster of mind numbing reality and comedy shows on television.
    Point it they are still watching…it just they are watching on their Cellphones, tablets and whatnot.
    I found it interesting that Televisions over the years became less of a table or TV stand piece of funiture, and now are thin and light enough tom be hung on the wall like a painting; instead of a painting.
    Keep up the good, I will be checking in every so often to make sure James, and James…lol.

  4. nosoapradio says:

    Holy Connoli!

    I’d never connected the dots before this!!


    That’s the year I bought my ficus!

    And that’s the year you started broadcasting New World Next Week!

    My ficus is DEAD!


    …and naive as I am I was thinking it had something to do with global warming or the fact that I forgot to get someone to water it when I was in Tunisia or something…

    Heck, I’m gonna get a new ficus with that bitcoin you sent me… YOU OWE ME you irresponsible denialist plant haters!

    • michael.b says:

      I don’t know if it helps but the new and improved plastic ficus from WalMart are supposed to be better. I hear they last longer.
      I don’t know if Walmart takes BitCoin though. You could try…never know till you ask.
      That’s my philosophy, “Never know till you ask…excuse me do you have the new and improved plastic ficus…you do…do you take Bitcoin…you do…well, holy smokes.” I never say Conoli, I always say smokes…are you Italian? Conoli is Italian isn’t it?

      • nosoapradio says:

        Italian!? Absolutely! sharp eye! It was the “io” in “nosoapradio” that tipped you off!? like in “spaghettio”, “DiCaprio” and of course, the famouse Corleone quote: “I’ll make him an offer he can’t refusio”.
        No walmarts in my neck of the woods. Have to check Ikea. The Swedes are always at the cutting edge – I’m sure they take bitcoin. And given the weather up there, I’m sure they’ve got plastic ficus. Recycled plastic.
        (with global warming an all)

        Thanks for you precious insight on this matter.

  5. pcwise555 says:

    Thanks James and James, been TV free since 2009. Long live the Alt media.

  6. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Gents… You are doing great job, and together you are very compelling team. I do actually become happier when i know there is an episode of the “New world next week” waiting for me 🙂 . Thanks

    With regards to CIA and Drug cartel… if we look closely, CIA are responsible for the Drugs Trafficking, Arms Trafficking, Building and Training ISIS and Muslim Brotherhood, Toppling governments among many other things they are busy doing..

    Without them… our life will be very simple and boring.. No one will die, no one will get high, no civil wars, no drug wars…. (who would want a life like that??)

    All i say is.. Long Live CIA…

  7. russ says:

    REF: More American’s setting their TV’s curbside . . .

    Hat tip fellas. You’ve freed me from my guilt. Six years ago I happened upon an article on the ‘Net titled: “10 TV shows that changed the world.” The title itself led with its chin. Begged the question. Of 154 repliers, I think I was the only one posting a comment without a laundry list of favorite world-changers. Was thoroughly excoriated. Waterboarded. Virtually tied to a chair and forced to watch television 24 hours with eyelids propped open with toothpicks.

    My erroneous comment?

    Ten great droolers like these? Is this what determines America’s Drift? Discernment? Direction? Truthfully, America’s IQ would be better off if everyone punched a hole in their screens, took their TV’s out and set them on the curb for trash pick-up. Then again, maybe books, essays, and thoughtfully written pieces don’t count any more for the masses. Just point, click, pass the chips, and snore. The only place you find any valid information from which to make informed decisions today is the Internet. And even there, one has to wade through troll propaganda, disinformation, lies, and loonies.

    “Daddy, how come we. . .” “Well, you see, son, there was this television show for the masses called . . .”

    Hey, the boys behind the curtain know. Ever wonder why the government offered to buy the public converter sets if they “. . .couldn’t afford one?” Must really have been important for Washington to be concerned enough to fork over tax dollars for a TV trinket.

    Let’s see. . .the TV can’t really tell you what to think, can it?
    No, but it can plant suggestions what to think about if you watch this mind-numbing, right-brain, no-think drivel night after night.

    But then, that wouldn’t influence America, would it?


  8. OneOhOne says:

    On the coke bit…

    James & James, you guys are mixing up elements of an important news cocktail in a disturbing manner.

    The images you show are of Pablo Escobar and of his son. Pablo Escobar was the infamous COLOMBIAN drug lord (not Mexican).

    It is true that Escobar’s son is publishing a book in which he talks about his late father’s affairs with the CIA. This is where you mix things up, saying that the “son of the MEXICAN cartel’s leader, Pablo Escobar, etc.”

    TIME’s article on the CIA’s involvement with the Sinaloa Cartel (MEXICAN) helps drive the general idea that the CIA is indeed and most obviously involved in high-scale drug trafficking, but please don’t mix up individual characters and geographical references so sloppily.

    Thank you!

  9. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Some great humor with “Next Week” and these comments.

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