Interview 1262 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

03/16/201724 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: To Cut Climate Money, Fake Right Has To Find Where Fake Left Stashed It
https://twitter.com/corbettreport/status/841999918910730240

Judith Curry Explains Climate Modeling to the Layman
https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1261-judith-curry-explains-climate-modeling-to-the-layman/

EPA Deputy Accused Of Working With Monsanto To Kill Cancer Study
https://twitter.com/corbettreport/status/841936269626208256

Monsatan On Trial For Roundup Cancer
https://www.corbettreport.com/monsatan-on-trial-for-roundup-cancer/

Story #2: New Bill Would Let Companies Force Workers To Get Genetic Tests, Share Results
https://twitter.com/corbettreport/status/840814297030701060

Story #3: Need a Pothole Fixed? Maybe a Portland Anarchist Can Help!
https://twitter.com/TccBacker44/status/841606444537528320

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  1. L. says:

    As much as people’s approval of Rand Paul varies, the hidden climate money issue is something that he addresses as he continuously presses the notion that all funding appropriations should be voted on SEPARATELY in congress. I think the importance of some of his proposed policy changes he promotes are lost in their simplicity and common sense. There is no reason climate, arms funding, health etc. related funding should be voted on in the same bill. There is no reason we/congress/senate shouldn’t be given time to read bills before they are voted on. Term limits should be used to regularly “drain the swamp”, something which will never happen in our rigged system.

    Its easy to stand back and play anarchist and say that congress/senate are useless, corrupt and the wrong way to govern, but the fact remains it is the current way things are done. Rand Paul has a very dry and boring but very important role of standing in the weeds of the current system trying to push us away from one terrible policy at a time. His work on repealing Obamacare and holding Republicans’ feet to the fire for trying to push through ‘Obamacare Lite’ is also worth highlighting.

    My point, while we argue for a tear down of the system from our perch on high, we also support people engaged in a very direct way in the system against enormous amounts of pressure to conform to the status quo.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Building Community – The Way Forward
    Like the “James Gang” point out, this should be highlighted.

    A 2 minute repeat of the message…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQaTa-BUmmU&feature=youtu.be&t=11m30s

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I want to mention that the James-es (James Gang) also have a nice community of followers.
      It is pleasant to be among like-minded people.

      And while sometimes there may be respectful disagreements within discussions on the comment board, we don’t have the asshole-drama-firefights like you see on some comment sections.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    RECENT NEWS
    March 16, 2017
    4 minute video – Leroy Hulsey 2016 “Zero Probability”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2C1x2B8-sJc

    Support Legal Action on 9/11–At Last!
    https://www.change.org/p/attorney-general-of-the-united-states-support-legal-action-on-9-11-at-last
    EXCERPT
    We, the undersigned, call upon the Attorney General of the United States to convene a Special Grand Jury to conduct a comprehensive investigation of all aspects of the events of September 11, 2001, to review evidence of criminal conduct, to prosecute anyone…

  4. VoltaicDude says:

    Mandatory genetic testing imposed by employers – what a monstrous development!

    It’s based on another more fundamental problem: I’ve argued for years that employer-based healthcare insurance ought to be illegal as a matter of antitrust violation.

    The employee-employer relationship starts out uneven enough, especially in large corporate environments; it doesn’t need added leverage dumped on the employers’ side of the equation.

    No other “first world” country has a system as bad as this one here in the states, however privatized or socialized their healthcare system is – our system is a foundation for corporatist fascism.

    This primary source of healthcare coverage in U.S. society reminds me of the “employee villages” Carnegie used to set-up for his indentured-servant mining families – a system of total control over their lives.

    Gattica is great allusion.

    Of course the best levels of corporate-based healthcare coverage for the most elite “employees” are luxuriant, and the best levels of coverage for the average employee are the best, most stabilizing, fairest coverage affordable to anyone in the middle-class – so rocking this boat is taken as a threat to the supposedly most stable portions of our society.

    Divide and conquer.

    Fortunately there are uplifting and inspiring stories too! – Portland Anarchist Roadcare – brilliant!

    Indeed: “Who’ll fix the roads?” “What about community?” This is a great meme shift – love it!

    This is levity for us, for sure, but also most things that threaten the control grid’s status quo are usually “dealt with,” so to speak.

    I hope there is some sober sense of non-violent proactive protection from enforcement that might ultimately be directed against these good Samaritans (even just in the form of enlightening documentation, since we know this sort of thing can also take place, and it seems unfair to let good Samaritans like these take the brunt of state-based coercion and violence without some support).

    Remember how feeding the homeless was made illegal in parts of Florida? There was some very effective popular rejection of that official attack on that community support system too.

  5. rob32367 says:

    At times, I wonder where the line should be drawn on the affect we have on climate. Even Judith Curry said there is a man made contribution – the discussion is over how much of it is man made. I am against the carbon taxes as it is just a method to redistribute wealth to the rich and powerful. But am I wrong is seeing that renewable/clean energy – solar, wind, etc. – is the way to go both b/c of the polluting factor of so called fossil fuels as well as their potential contribution to climate change? Ocean drilling has killed the Gulf of Mexico and if they start in the Artic, best of luck there.

    Is the argument just against the carbon tax system? Or am I missing something?

  6. NES says:

    The week has been filled, and it’s only Thurs, with NWO type news of vehicle control (V2V), Freemasons supposedly meeting in Japan to put the finishing touch on their NWO push. (Not sure of that one.) And now the so-called voluntary DNA testing of all employees. It’s frightening when you understand how deep and wide DNA testing can go and I don’t mean just the monetary consideration for employees.

    But the one bright candle in the dark–ANARCHISTS making life better for no cost when municipalities don’t. GO! GO! GO! Anarchists. Something positive. Yeah!

  7. richhelfman says:

    In regard to Anarchist Portland Pothole Fixers, this subscriber sees them as Anarchist Scab Pothole Fixers. Aren’t the folks on the city payroll who do fix potholes members of a labor union, i.e. people with a decent paycheck, health benefits, a pension down the road, etc? Why not simply organize the community to protest and demand that unemployed folks be hired as city workers to fix all the back-logged potholes? And also demand that this increased payroll be paid for by a federal tax on all Wall Street transactions (with the added benefit of thereby slowing down wild speculation in stocks and derivatives, the cause of the 2008 crash)? And while the protesters are in this new radical mode, why not ask for an increase in taxes only on the super-wealthy, i.e. the only “people” who have seen any benefit from the past 40 years of governmental policies.
    I’m afraid that Mr. Corbett’s wholeheartly exuberant endorsement of the scab pothole fixers reveals what is regressive in his anarchistic “community” outlook approach. Sure, government – when run by the greed-in-their-DNA bourgeoisie – will make you more and more miserable. The idea is to develop an understanding of the CLASS dynamics underlying the whole rotten capitalist system, to understand that the so-called 99% is essentially THE WORKING CLASS, and to then ACT IN THE INTEREST OF YOUR CLASS. And scab labor never acted in the interest of the working class.
    What’s next – Anarchist Teachers to replace laid off teachers? Anarchist Firefighters to replace laid off firefighters? Anarchist Nurses…….?

    • mkey says:

      At the core of anarchism is statelessness. Why would you equate anarchism (or acting independently and spontaneously organizing) with failed statist concepts, like protesting and demanding the state to do something it OUGHT TO BE DOING ANYWAY?

      The tax is collected for this very purpose, the infrastructure is in state of disarray, there’s a bunch of people being payed with “taxpayer’s money” to do something which they are obviously not doing. And people should take to the streets and demand something better be done or else… some evil anarchists will trash the Main street?

      While you’re at making demands, why not demand a decrease of taxes ALL ACROSS THE BOARD and lessening the reach of the failed socialist state? Why not rewrite the tax code so it fits in under 70.000 pages?

      Anarchist teachers? Would they NOT indoctrinate children? Great, bring’em on. Would those firefighters and nurses save lives? Great, bring’em on. There’s a bunch of people in need of help, that’s for damn sure, I’m sure not one anarchist nurse would go to waste.

      This examples shows one thing perfectly: one does not need a state to fix nor build the goddamn roads.

  8. jckays says:

    if these anarchists ARE THE ONES that WEAR BLACK doing violence during protests is akin to HELL’S ANGELS distributing dolls at Christmas … BS

    IMnsHO

  9. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Great Work lads… thank you James&James….

    Does anyone out there wonders why there are so many brainwashed people out there who are ready to follow the MSM or Gov line without even questioning it??? Can you put a percentage on how many people out there like that??

    I have a theory that I would like everyone to participate in…

    How many of Corbertt community follow religion, even if it is not practiced, and just in name…??? please share your estimate here!

    I would guess more than 90% of the community feel they belong to one religion or another.

    I personally feel i belong to the Muslim religion, and I have shared that with everyone many times before.

    The point I want to get to is, and many people might disagree with me and shoot me down after these comments.

    Religion as it stands today (and I mean all religions) is the biggest lie there is. It is as big and baseless as Santa Claus, or Ghosts! No one can prove that a super being (God) created the entire solar system and mankind in 6 days or even 6,000 years. yet around 90% believe in god. So, it is only natural for us to believe in other BS stories, just as kids will believe in the tooth fairy, ghosts under the bed, and speaking to imaginary friends.

    Personally, I went through the journey when i lost my believe in religion, and joined the Atheist crowd (headed by the master priest Richard Dawkins) and after doing the research, i discovered that they are in the business of converting people from worshiping god, into worshiping the STATE and its priests “The Scientists” (The problem is, The climate change lie proves that Scientists are just as corrupt as politicians – what do you know, they are human too.)

    So, at the end, i discovered that humans have the need to belong, and although i don’t believe in religion as it stands today, I do want to belong to the same group as my family, and friends, and others in my life, so, to belong to this “big lie” called religion is unavoidable.

    So, after further research, i discovered that the base of all religions is “Do No Evil”, and that works for me, and the minute you make sure that religion is “personal” relationship between a person and their god, then it works quite well.

    So, I am now back to being a Muslim (based on the original teaching that was not rewritten by politicians – basically “Do No Evil”, and if it contradicts with that, then i don’t do it.

    For me, this is the basic first step of “breaking the spell” that the Powers that shouldn’t be have over me. I hope others can benefit from my experience.

    Sorry it is a long post…

    • D. Rolling Kearney says:

      I, for one, don’t mind saying that I am religious–Mormon, no less (gasp!)–and I have seen miracles in my own life and the lives of others, and had private prayers answered in very specific ways, so I will have to respectfully disagree that religion is the biggest lie. As they say, “the truth is out there.” You just have to keep on looking until you find it. There are definitely falsehoods taught all over the place, so the most important thing is to learn how to communicate with God, to let Him communicate with you, and then to follow what He tells you to do, no matter what others think. Salaam.

  10. gortermone says:

    Happy St Patricks Day James and family

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    RECENT NEWS March 17 – Anarchist Comedy
    Anarchist Tim Allen was recently interviewed on Jimmy Kimmel.
    (4:30 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7rpWLLPQSA

    A personal favorite…Tim Allen on “snowflakes”.
    (3 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-CJ-oHs4SU

    Comedian Tim Allen is an Anarchist. Nov 21 2016 He was interviewed on Fox’s “The Kelly File”.
    Tim Allen: “I’m really an anarchist, because as a comedian, I don’t want anyone to tell me what to do. Period.”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMZ0GuMWkGE

    GRAPHIC – “Comedy is the ultimate anarchist.” http://i.quoteaddicts.com/media/q3/73525.png

    In 2013, Tim Allen was interviewed.
    Allen: “Well, the long and the short of it is, I’m kind of politically anarchist, you know? And comedy is the ultimate anarchist. There’s nobody telling me what to do and I guess I’ve always liked…”
    Article – http://www.tampabay.com/blogs/media/tim-allen-talks-the-n-word-disliking-kids-and-the-work-of-standup-comedy/2133253

    (90 seconds)
    Tim Allen on Fear, the Media and Hillary Clinton
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObJC7Am-neQ
    “The Man” (government) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otG9SGFepec
    “Politically Correct Words” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RV0K6_eGq_U

    I would wager even odds that Tim Allen might visit The Corbett Report.

  12. broadstone says:

    Hey James and James, thank you for the shout-out, totally made my week!
    Great episode, as usual.
    #awesome

  13. Jody says:

    The news has just stated about the westminster gunman/knifeman/hit and run – they haven’t decided which label yet, just insinuating all 3 but the prime minister was unharmed. I was automatically waving my false flag when i came across a guardian article showing the terror drill on the Thames on Sunday! Convenient and somewhat familiar set of events. Just wondered what your thoughts are on what freedom us brits will have curtailed next?
    Jody C

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/video/2017/mar/19/armed-police-stage-anti-terrorist-drill-on-thames-tourist-ship-video

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