Interview 1279 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

06/08/201772 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: Hey Intercept, Something’s Very Wrong With Reality Winner

Statement On Justice Department Allegations

Do Not Trust The Intercept; or, How To Burn A Source

Secrets for Sale?: The Greenwald/Omidyar/NSA Connection

Story #2: PM May Says Internet Must Be Regulated Following London Bridge Attack

UK Police Starting to Make Arrests Based on Facial Recognition

Story #3: Supreme Court Struck Another Blow Against Asset Forfeiture Abuse

Media Monarchy: “Asset Forfeiture”

#GoodNewsNextWeek: The Sharing Economy Is The Real Economy

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  1. nosoapradio says:

    Reality Winner?

    Above link a hommage? (with personal photos of Reality with cats, dogs, horses, family, marathons and “non-scientific theories nvolving ancient civilisations, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of consciousness, ancient … Wikipedia…)

    Reality Winner?

    Is that a synonym for “Truth Triumphs”? A sort of subliminal suggestion?

    Reality Winner as the new Bradley/Chelsea Manning hero to worship!? Role model, cause to fight for…?

    Ho hum. Sigh…

    • ralphodavis says:

      You’d think that they’d think we’re likely psy’d out by now.
      More fun senate cartoon stuff starring booboo’s FBI daddy.

      Manning’s victim of too much for too long, a little slack, eh?
      Collateral Murder exposé was material blow to the psychos.

  2. herrqlys says:

    James, you’ve already done an episode with the required dissection of the speciousness in the relationships involving The Intercept_, Pierre Omidyar and Glenn Greenwald. Greenwald has reduced his credibility to zero as far as I’m concerned. Maybe he’s really only interested in the financial side and doesn’t care about his reputation any more.

    The reputations of Laura Poitras and Jeremy Scahill are also badly sullied by their association with The Intercept_, although it seems to me that Scahill has been doing a good job of that all on his own.

    And Edward Snowden has said nada mas publicly about the delayed release of the rest of the documents that are the basis of his fame (notoriety?). The whole lot of them lack any gravitas any more, and I’m no longer interested in hearing anything the might have to say.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Background bookshelf scenery

    “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” turns 50 CBS News –
    The Summer of Love – 1967 –

    #PumpUpThaVolume What a music library!

    • Right. I came here specifically to ask why the Sgt. Peppers?

      I was hoping for a new angle on the Paul/Faul thing.

      Fuck 50?

      I remember when it was 20. I thought that was ooooooold then. I was teenage lifeguarding that summer when I fell into the Beatles. CDs were new, cassettes, 8-tracks and records were old.

  4. Pablo de Boer says:

    There where is a pile of feces, there are always coprophiles

  5. Richard Ran says:

    Hi James Evan,


    “I heard a British indie internet broadcaster.. [..] see them wearing their funny little hats [..] So the programming seems like it is working well.”

    Care/able to share a link to this particular broadcast? Like to check what was said and how it was said.

    Meanwhile, ever considered the possibility that PC/MC (political correctness/multiculturalism) is just another item in the globalist ideological toolbox that ZePowersThatShouldn’tBe have managed to force upon the public?

    Any thoughts?

    Kind regs from Amsterdam,

    • herrqlys says:

      Political correctness and multiculturalism, it seems to me, are just more terms in the wide array of such labels for public incitement through identity politics. Terms meant to divide an anotherwise undistracted public by creating conflict/hatred based upon differences in personal beliefs.

      Beliefs can be quite intractable, so the tensions can be quite high. The distractions, of course, take away from public discussions about more serious matters. Like foreign or economic policies, and the shredding of personal freedoms.

      Multiculturalism, for example, sounds innocent enough but has a menace lurking beneath the surface that suggests societal dilution of the current majority. That is sure to silently enrage people who are comfortable with the status quo, and have been prepared by being fed subtle does of xenophobia.

      • herrqlys says:

        Errata: “doses of xenophobia”
        We have an amazing ability to paper over obvious spelling errors and grammatical nonsense to be able to proceed with a clear understanding, however some words in a sentence are more important to get right 🙂

      • herrqlys says:

        I could have saved myself the bother of writing much of anything if I had just read and posted the following link:

      • Richard Ran says:

        Hi herrqlys,

        Here’s another one, also from Activist Post:

        From the article:

        “The globalists have deliberately engineered conditions by which European nations in particular will either be enveloped by an alien ideology with no protection from their own governments, or they will have to respond with overarching countermeasures. Meaning, Europeans have been given a false choice between the ideological cult of multiculturalism, or, martial law conditions.”

        Muslim Mass Migration AND the War of Terror are two sides of the same coin that’s being flipped by Deep (super)State forces, out to destroy nations/cultures/traditions, especially in Europe.

        My point (and concern):
        When James EP flips this coin, it always seems to land with the WoT-side up. The WoT is exposed for what it is, and quite rightly so. Yet for some reason, the “back-story” never gets any thorough attention, which strikes me as a curious omission. It only gets mentioned in the context of pointing the finger at “islamophobia”, as James EP seems to be doing around 10:50

        Perhaps it has something to do with this, I don’t know:

        It is also this mindset that allowed globalists to forcefully inject millions of Muslim immigrants through open border policies and refugee policies into EU nations without proper vetting procedures. The majority of Europeans that saw the policy as irrational and dangerous were afraid to say anything for fear that they would be labeled “fascists.”

        Other contributing factors to this peculiar “blind spot” could be:
        – Country of residence (i.e. not living in Europe)
        – Lack of knowledge of religion in general and of islamic doctrine/culture in particular, resulting in no concern for those who argue their incompatibility with the diverse European “aboriginal” cultures.

        Cheers from Amsterdam,

    • mik says:

      Political correctness, identity politics, multiculturalism are not just distraction, divide&concur. Far worse – they are completely false narrative, abuse of language, implanting of bullshit ideas, War on our Mind. They are meant to build a New Society.

      I don’t agree with statement in above Activist post article:”…Europeans have been given a false choice between the ideological cult of multiculturalism, or, martial law conditions”.

      We didn’t have a choice, we got both.

      Maybe it’s not so obvious today, but it will be. Behind all this happening world zombie economy is craftily hidden. And when people find out there is not enough of food in the bowl…scapegoat is already in place.

      Majority of immigrants are actually job seekers, although Europe is officially declaring that economic immigrants are not welcome. Latest wave of immigrants just came on top of those that came in previous years without big media attention. We should not forget also huge numbers of internal economic immigrants from European south/periphery.

      Real problem is quite well described in:
      Obsolete — Full Documentary Official (2016)

      But actually it’s worse. If you are closer to the Master’s (0,000001%) table you’ll get more crumbs. But if you are far away you’ll get none.

      Many people from third world are already obsolete for quite a while. Invisible, even more then the lowest caste in India.

      • Richard Ran says:

        We didn’t have a choice, we got both.


        Question remains:
        Why are observations like these so hard to find in the NWNW broadcasts? Is it just my impression or has the globalist Cult of Diversity been given a pass at NWNW? It might be that I’ve missed something, but for now it sure looks like a vitally important subject like the controlled demolition of European cultures by muslim immigration has been avoided.

        Cheers from Amsterdam,

        P.s.: if anyone could point out some links of past discussions at NWNW to prove me wrong, I’d be more than happy to know.

        • mik says:

          ‘….controlled demolition of European cultures by muslim immigration….’

          They have been pretty successful in implanting (Thacher’s ?) idea that ‘There is no such a thing as Society’. Looks to me, that people (even individuals) are having trouble to find out and articulate a problem(s) that is common to everyone. On the other hand, problems that bothers minorities are, let’s say, better articulated.

          Since Society has gone, are we now talking about Culture(s)?

          Don’t you think that your statement I’m citing, is a bit loaded?
          Huge numbers of immigrants are somehow “problem”, not that they are Muslims.
          But the real problem is those at the Top of Pyramid and Games they are playing with us. They created migrations. They created multiculturalism and most of other bad things.
          This is The Common problem of us.

        • Pablo de Boer says:

          Beste Richard,

          Ik kwam in de jaren tachtig vanuit Zuid Amerika in NL wonen en toen was NL nog al calvinistisch en de meeste mensen heel afstandelijk, althans de meerderheid van de autochtone Nederlanders. Sinds mijn aankomst in NL is de Hollandse cultuur niet verislamatiseerd, maar eerder verworden tot een ordinaire 52ste staat van de Verenigde Staten.

          Als ik door het monotone polderlandschap rijd in de Lage Landen aan de zwaar vervuilde Noord Zee en de verontreinigde rivieren, dan neem ik meer palen met een afschuwelijke gele M van McDeath erboven op waar, dan minaretten van een moskee.

          Zelf heb ik geen TV, echter laatst was ik bij kennissen op bezoek en daar stond de TV aan en ik zag dat de meeste NLse TV-programma’s ook zijn veramerikaanst en zijn dus zeer hersendodend net zoals de babbels van de haatprofeet uit de Polder genaamd Geert Wilders aka Dutch blondie.

          Of iedereen die tegenwoordig met een baseball-cap loopt door de Hollandse straten, die baseball cap neem ik meer waar dan moslima’s met een hoofddoek en die baseball cap is toch Amerikaans of niet soms Richard?

          • Pablo de Boer says:

            Behalve McDeath neem ik tegenwoordig ook andere fastfood ketens waar in de Polder namelijk Starbucks, Dominos of NY Pizza en nog meer van die Amerikaanse fastfood ketens rijzen als paddenstoelen uit de grond in Holanda of zie ik dat verkeerd Richard?

            Betreft architectuur is NL ook steeds meer op de VS gaan lijken, want ik zie steeds meer hoogbouw aan de NLse horizon verschijnen zoals o.a. in Amsterdam Zuid, Rotterdam en Den Haag. Daar rijzen namelijk de mini wolkenkrabbers ook de pan uit en niet de moskees of heb ik een bril nodig Richard?

            En in de NLse MSM wordt angst gekweekt over de zogenaamde moslim invasie net zoals in de VS en andere gecontroleerde westerse media, wat een onzin allemaal. Maar ik ben mij ervan bewust dat vele medelanders daarin trappen in tegenstelling tot beide James van NWNNW.

            Voor mij zijn landsgrenzen ook denkbeeldig, want zij komen alleen op mappen en in de geest van de mens voor. Deze landsgrenzen zijn ook altijd bedacht door hebzuchtige mensen zoals bijvoorbeeld de Duitse inteelt familie die zichzelf tot het NLse koningshuis heeft benoemd en worden nagevolgd en verheerlijkt door mensen met kudde gedrag en daarbij vaak Oranje kleding en pruiken dragend. Wauwww wat middeleeuws en achterlijk gedoe zeg. Ach zij doen het allemaal vrijwillig…

            En wat een haat onderling neem ik waar tussen Rotterdammers en Amsterdammers binnen de NLse denkbeeldige landsgrenzen. Tijdens het beoefenen van sport leidt deze autochtone binnenlandse haat zelfs tot geweldsexplosies als Feyenoord en Ajax tegen elkaar spelen en waardoor vele peletons ME en andere politie ambtenaren dienen te worden ingezet om orde op zaken te stellen en de rust te bewaren tijdens een potje voetbal.. En dan beweert men in Nederland dat sport verbroedert ….

            • Pablo de Boer says:

              De VS heeft sinds dat de illegale Europeanen daar op rooftocht gingen altijd een heel hoog VOC-gehalte gehad en heeft dit nog steeds, daarom zijn de meeste autochtone medelanders de afgelopen decennia geheel vrijwillig veramerikaanst.

              En Amsterdam is ook niet meer wat het is geweest, want het is verworden tot een toeristenoord, zeg maar een soort mini Disneyland aan de zwaar verontreinigde Amstel.

              Enneh ik heb nu geen internetlinks erbij gezet om mijn verhaal te onderbouwen, want jij kan dit zelf allemaal buiten waarnemen en daar heb je geen internet of ander persoon voor nodig beste Richard.

              Groetjes enneh Inshallah :),

              Pablo de Boer

              • Richard Ran says:

                Hi Pablo,

                Thank you for your spirited reply.

                When I get back to you, I will do my best to honour your attempt at being frank and outspoken. Will then also provide other contributors with a brief translation in English of your views and opinions, though I thoroughly enjoyed the Dutch rant 😉

                Kind regs from Amsterdam,

              • Pablo de Boer says:

                Beste Richard,

                Jij hoeft mijn boodschap gericht aan jouw persoon niet te vertalen voor anderen, want als anderen graag willen weten wat ik aan jou persoonlijk doorgaf, dan zijn zij altijd welkom bij mij om een uitleg en/of vertaling te vragen.

                Indien iemand anders mijn commentaar gaat vertalen, dan zal deze vertaler bewust of onbewust mijn boodschap gericht aan jouw persoon net niet helemaal juist vertalen en zijn of haar interpretatie aangeven en dat gaat altijd ten koste van de boodschap.

                Ik ben zelf geen moslim, ook niet religieus en tevens geen atheïst, echter dit nummer vind ik veelzeggend en informatief over de NLse samenleving. De zanger Saleh heb ik ook nog een tijd als een habibi / amigo mogen beschouwen, echter na enkele jaren gingen wij elk een ander pad op en ik respecteer net zoals vroeger toen hij rapper was hoe Saleh nu leeft.

                Salah Edin – Het Land Van…

                Saludos & Alhamdulillah,

                Pablo de Boer

  6. gbdjr says:

    Sorry to post this, as it is off-topic for this video, which I have not had a chance to watch yet.

    I just wanted to let you know if you don’t already, that Eric Zuesse has published a negative piece on The Corbett Report “Shoddy Alt-News ‘Journalism’ Boosts Mainstream ‘Journalism’ (Propaganda”, specifically the 2016 9/11 “Dancing Israeli” video, which as I recall was but one of a series on 9/11 suspects. I saw it on Washington’s Blog.

    He seems to think you are identifying the Israelis as THE culprits, which is not how I remember it. I won’t say more, as I haven’t finished the article. I was just dumbfounded that he was targeting this website, as he usually seems pretty reasonable.

    • gbdjr says:

      James, you will also be interested to know that, per Eric Zuesse, you are “left-wing”! His article, I believe, indicated that it was Part One, but so far I am questioning more what I have read by Zuesse than this website or CR videos.

      He has lifted this video out of context, as if it were presented as “news” and as if it were not part of a larger series. He says some correct things about journalism, but he seems to have a lot of faith in the FBI for some reason.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      gbdjr, You are right. That guy is straining a hernia with his time-of-the-month hypercriticalness. When people strain that hard on their criticalness of decent folks, it is an indication that other aspects in their life are way out of whack.

    • Octium says:

      I had never heard of him before you mentioned him, but if he can’t spend 5 minutes investigating a person’s website to find out what they are really about before incorrectly public accusing them of being something they are not, then it doesn’t say very positive things about them (or sites like the Huff post which will publish any old trash)

      Hopefully James might pick up a few viewers from it.

      • gbdjr says:

        I agree, though I read this on Washington’s Blog, which does include some very good content by Carl Herman and Charles Hugh Smith and others, and also some that is not what I would consider on the mark. I wasn’t putting Zuesse’s work in the latter category previously, but now I will be taking his stuff with a large grain of salt.

        It may be that the Jewish thing is a hot button issue for him, or that the video was sent to him in a context which confused him.

        It is also possible that he is a gatekeeper of some sort charged with heading off any connection being made between Israel and 9/11, though if that is the case he took his sweet time getting around to “debunking” this video.

        But some of his remarks about viewers actually paying to support James’ work seem to cast aspersions on viewer-supported websites in general, suggesting, as I have found that people without a shadow of a clue often do, that those who get their funding from “more conventional” sources are more likely to be trustworthy.

        I was interested to see if James had any comment on the article, or finds any merit in the arguments presented, though it seems that Zuesse, after promising a good debunking, moves on to criticizing other videos (some of which are decidedly anti-semitic) which he thinks are the source for the CR video, which he has decided is plagiarized.

        So, I am leaning towards thinking that Zuesse is controlled opposition, but I am open to the modification of that stance.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          This whole Jewish & Zionist thing is such a bag of worms.

          James often gets ridiculed for not focusing emphatically (OCD /Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder style) on the “big, all powerful, secretive, Zionist Jewish Elite Reptiles”.
          And then James gets ridiculed for lightly mentioning Zionism with the references cited.
          …Geez! A no-win scenario…
          …Some folks get all charged up with red ears on some topics; so sensitive. They need to go take a walk, extrovert on the trees and grass, and regain balance.

          I am glad that James is James, and is true to himself and his path.

  7. PeaceFroggs says:

    She’s a patsy.

  8. Mark44 says:

    Incompetence by The Intercept? Perhaps.

    “Stinks to high heaven”? You betcha!

    In fact, the way this is playing out, it wouldn’t surprise me in the least if it was discovered the NSA leaked the docs!

  9. Richard Ran says:

    So here’s my answer to the 3-part reply I received from Pablo de Boer the other day.
    It seemed best to start with a “fresh” reply, in order to avoid narrowing the room for discussion with each consecutive reply 😉

    I said I’d provide a summary of his remarks in English for the benefit of other contributors who might be less familiar with the subtle tropes of Dutch language, so here goes:

    Part I Starts with a story of how Pablo came to the Netherlands in the ’80s. It was bad: people were distant and cold, due to the fact that them Dutchies were still “calvinistic” in those days. And it got progressively worse, since by now the Netherlands have become the “52nd state of the USA”, and not just another state but a “vulgar” one [ordinair in Dutch].
    This statement is followed by a scene in which Pablo is driving through the dull Dutch landscape [monotone polderlandschap].
    What he sees as he drives his car, is a “heavily polluted North Sea” and rivers, also polluted [verontreinigd]. But that’s not all. During this dreary cultural drive-by, Pablo is also confronted by these horrible McDonald’s arches everywhere, while he can’t seem to find any signs of mosques alongside the highway.

    This is followed by a scene in which acquaintances [kennissen] of his have invited him at their home, only to treat him to an evening of horrible Dutch television (strange kind of Dutch hospitality for sure). Pablo doesn’t have a TV at home, so perhaps these people thought to provide him with an update of Dutch evening entertainment. Most of what was on display turned out to be Americanized crap, described as “brainkilling” [hersendodend, which sounds strange in Dutch]. After that, there’s mention of Geert Wilders (the Dutch Marine le Pen) who is deemed a “prophet of hate from the polder” (polder being the dull flat and polluted landscape that surrounds Pablo when he’s driving around) and a “blondie”, not the kind of blondes that gentlemen like Pablo prefer.

    Next scene takes us, like the famous McTell song, to “The streets of Holland” [Hollandse straten], no streets in particular, that all share one common feature: everyone is wearing baseball caps. After stating that he’s seen more baseball caps than headscrafs, Pablo directs a pointed question to preempt any further objection straight at me: “These baseball caps are actually American, aren’t they Richard?”

    • Richard Ran says:

      Part II basically continues with more of the same. McDonald’s (with Shakespearean subtlety now re-dubbed “McDeath”) is accompanied by other US-imported businesses like Starbucks, Dominos and NY Pizza, followed by some sort of “now don’t you go denying that, Richard”-statement, as if the unassailable conclusion to part I hadn’t quite settled the discussion already.

      Dutch architecture now also bears the mark of unstoppable Americanization (because, you know.. tall buildings) with still no mosque in sight for Pablo, “or do I need a pair of glasses, Richard?”
      After that apodictical show stopper, there’s a statement about the Dutch MSM creating a climate of fear of muslims, just like the US-based lamestreamists do (seems like Pablo is conveniently forgetting about the US MSM mantra that it is all about “terrorism” which has, according to the conventional wisdom “nothing to do with islam”.)

      From there it’s a small step to national borders that are “fictional” as far as Pablo is concerned [denkbeeldig], because they have been “invented by greedy people like the Dutch incestuous House of Orange.” This royal family, according to Pablo, is being worshipped by people with a “herd mentality” [kuddegedrag] who, to make matters infinitely worse, have a tendency to dress-up in orange and wear orange wigs to boot! This is deserving of the labels “medieval” and “retarded” [achterlijk].

      When they’re not wearing these disgusting orange outfits like they belong to one mindless herd, the Dutch proceed with hating each other with a passion over a game of football (not soccer!), especially when they’re living in Amsterdam and Rotterdam.

      Then Pablo ends this second part bemoaning the fact that some in the Netherlands still have the gall to claim that “sport unites people”.

      • Richard Ran says:

        Part III Takes an unexpected historical turn, as Pablo points out straight away that today’s Americanization actually has roots in Dutch naval/trade dominance by way of the 17th century VOC (Dutch East India Company). This remarkable statement serves as an explanation for the absence of any resistance of today’s Dutchies against the cultural influence of America. In a way, this whole thing with Disney and all is actually a form of atavistic self-Dutchification, covered in a US banner. One would almost be tempted to call it a “time-warped false flag” operation, if the matter at hand weren’t so serious.

        Towards the end of his Dutch lament, Pablo introduces a stunning observation: Amsterdam is a place for tourists, and that’s not good. It’s a “mini-Disneyland” and for those still in denial: the namesake Amstel river is heavily polluted (we already knew that from part I, but it can’t be stressed too often. Amsterdam is polluted by tourists and dirty rivers). To round it all up, Pablo apologizes (sort of, not really) for not having provided the usual links to give the impression of a well-researched reply, and after graciously bowing out, that’s that.

        So as an answer to the simple question of why there seems to be so little attention given to the NWO programming of the PC/MC mindset, we get a story about a personal travel experience, dull landscapes, polluted rivers, McDonald’s arches, the Disneyfication of Amsterdam which is really a Dutchificational blast from the past, and then some about “calvinism” and more pollution. To be honest, I have a hard time to take stuff like this seriously, but let’s try for argument’s sake. And the argument can be best summarized by the following:

        The mere mentioning of islam/muslims triggered a knee-jerk response that, if anything, bears testimony to a successful case of PC/MC programming and can only be described as that of a PC/MC-fanatic. That in itself may provide enough reason for the NWNW blind spot that I described earlier and that I thought needed some attention. It got some attention all right. Even some level-headed responses for which I’m truly grateful.

        Cheers from Amsterdam,

        • Pablo de Boer says:

          Beste Richard,

          Your person translated my message not 100% correct, did you used google translate 🙂 ? However I must be honest and admit, that these kind of errors not only happen with google translate, this happens always when a person translate a text which is written by others, just because the translator (consciously or unconsciously) implies his / her own interpretation to the translated text and than a (whole) part of the original message get lost. Just like the muslim bashing by the MSM and others, your translation of my message is mostly based /biased on your own view of life……….

          And I didn’t apologized for not placing internet links, because I told your person to go outside to observe and explore the real world in the Low Lands.

          I also wrote to you in Dutch, you don’t need to translate my message for others, because it was and still is directed to your person and if other señor James followers want the English version of my message, they self could ask me and I would supply them my own message in English… And my own English version of my message would be just like I did in the Dutch version…. not a knee-jerk response, but my own opinion based on my own life experiences in the Low Lands / the Netherlands.

          & your person also wrote:

          “To be honest, I have a hard time to take stuff like this seriously, but let’s try for argument’s sake.”

          I will response shortly and not in Dutch:

          So you have a hard time to take my comment seriously, but you spend an amount of time to translate (wrongly) my written stuff for argument’s sake…. ai ai ai caramba


          Long live the freedom of speech + choice beste Richard

          Saludos y الحمد لله,

          Pablo de Boer

          • Pablo de Boer says:

            Beste richard,

            I just forgot to mention another big error in your translation, because you write:

            “What he sees as he drives his car”

            In my comment towards your person, I never mentioned that I have a car. And dear Richard as I often publicly mentioned here on señor James site, I have NO car/ ik heb geen auto, because I always travel with public transport / Openbaar vervoer and sometimes with an airplane. I only don’t know the internet-links of these comments, but I have a hint for your person, you can find my comments here on señor James webpage and they are all written in English.

            Saludos y الحمد لله,

            Pablo de Boer

  10. herrqlys says:

    Pablo and Richard:

    I’m usually grateful to you both for your comments, as there are often good insights and links. However this dialogue has become a tempest or storm in a teapot.

    I’ve taken the time to translate Pablo’s original Dutch for myself, despite the knowledge that it was originally intended for an audience of one. Being prone to all the foibles of translation as mentioned, I still fail to understand why the discourse became so heated.

    I don’t want to be a party to more hissing and spitting, so my comment requires no further consideration. I just wanted to add an effort to defuse/end this issue so you guys can continue doing what you’ve both done well before.

    • Richard Ran says:

      Hi herrqlys,

      No tempest or storm whatsoever, don’t you worry.
      Just an honest question to which you gave a very insightful and as I said level-headed reply. Same goes for Mik.

      Alas, this can not be said of Pablo’s response, which was completely out of character as well as totally beside the issue (ask about migration, get answer about polluted rivers), yet useful nonetheless as a perfect illustration of my original point: ask a question about the NWO-sponsored mass migration of muslims into Europe, and you’re bound to tread on some PC/MC toes. Quod erat demonstrandum, as they say over here in Amsterdam.

      So nothing new or special here. Just someone out to teach me a – dare I say it – rather bizarre lesson for bringing up points that ought to be beyond discussion.

      Once again, thank you for your well-reasoned replies. Appreciate it.

      Cheers from Amsterdam,

  11. herrqlys says:

    The not-so-secret abuse of individual freedom just gets more and more in your face:

  12. herrqlys says:

    “In determining what is and isn’t “fake news,” the New York Times offers some clues:

    Using a database of verified articles and their artificial intelligence expertise, rival groups — a combination of college teams, independent programmers and groups from existing tech companies — already have been able to accurately predict the veracity of certain claims almost 90 percent of the time…

    In other words, “fake news” is determined by comparing it directly to narratives presented by establishment media platforms like the New York Times, the BBC, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and others who have notorious track records of serial deception, false reporting, and even war propagandizing.

    Nowhere does the New York Times explain how these “verified articles” have been determined to be factually accurate, and instead, it appears that all these algorithms are doing is ensuring all media falls in line with Western narratives.”

    In retrospect, you have to wonder why ‘they’ ever allowed the internet in the first place. I remember a video interview with George Soros where he complained: “it was a mistake to give ‘them’ the internet”. So the TPTSB miscalculated the creativity of the the hoi polloi. You have to wonder how many other of ‘their’ miscalculations have been made in things we’re not as consciously invested in.

  13. herrqlys says:

    Amazing resource with an incredible world map feature. I’ve just found this site, so I’m still learning how to get use from all the features.

  14. Pablo de Boer says:

    Hola aloha estimado herrqlys,

    Richard got a little bit pissed off, in Dutch they say “Richard is op zijn pikkie getrapt”, when I described my own experiences in the Low Lands and with the Dutch Patriarchal culture and their minion behavior towards the self-appointed royal inbreeders. Richard is afraid that this obedient Patriarchal Dutch tradition will disappear due to the so called Muslim invasion, (my note) if of course you believe MSM and media like Alex Jones(town) from Infowar. And I answered him that Holland will not become a Muslim caliphate, because Holland already became 52th state of the US of A. I even described that the most indigenous Dutch behave like the sheeple people in the US of A and that minion behavior is one of the main reasons why the most Dutch adopted the American culture last decades so easily and voluntarily.

    Last March you could observe this Dutch minion behavior very well during the Dutch elections, because the percentage of voters was 80,8 %. So 80.8 % of the adult Dutch minions voluntarily voted for their political leaders, who were pre-selected by the self-appointed royal inbreeders aka the Dutch Dictatorship with German roots. This minion behavior is a tradition in Holland, because the turnout at the Dutch elections are always very high, see this link for the percentages of Dutch voting minions:

    • Pablo de Boer says:

      But I noticed estimado herrqlys, that your person has problems with this manner of sharing of thoughts. I don’t like and never will behave as a politician or diplomat, but there is always a solution. So I have good news for you estimado herrqlys and it isn’t fake news like MSM and this news is, I voluntarily will avoid Richard here on señor James webpage, because at my work there is a big Dutch male herd of indigenous colleagues with the same fear for loosing their Dutch Patriarchal Culture just like Richard. With them I also share my thoughts about Dutch traditions and it is more realistic and funnier than here with Richard, because I can also see my colleagues facial expressions. Only by the younger ones, it is not always easy to observe their facial expression, because most of them observe the world with their mobile phones and they watch the whole day the display of their mobile phones. I nicknamed these kind of fellow humans as the Dutch Iphone Zombies. However before the introduction of the mobile phone in Holland the most Dutch were already narrow minded and obedient to their slave-masters with German blood.

      And dear estimado herrqlys next time I will share here on señor James webpage my thoughts about the Dutch Obedient Patriarchal Culture and their minion behavior towards the self-appointed royal inbreeders with your person and I promise you, I will write my experiences in (my) crippled English as usual.

      And this will be my first share with your person about the Dark Dutch history estimado herrqlys . Did you know that the word APARTHEID is derived from a Dutch word and Dutch behavior, because APARTHEID is a Dutch word and is exactly copy/pasted by the The English and even in the Spanish language and other languages. This APARTHEID behavior you could observe last century in South Africa, because before South Africa became a a British Colony it was a Dutch Colony and the Dutch imported the APARTHEID behavior in South Africa just like in Suriname, Indonesia and other places around the world.

      And another tradition in Holland and Europa was the Human Zoo and only ended in the ’50s of last century.

      Human zoos are one of Europe’s most shameful secrets, and only ended in the ’50s.

      And even it is not so an old tradition, most people in Europe are not aware about this shameful behavior of their parents / grandparents.

      Saludos y abrazos,


      • nosoapradio says:

        My god… estimado Pablo, I thought Saartije Baartman was the extent of it…

        I had no idea about these Human Zoos…


        Reminds me of the Barbican “Exhibit B” scandal and cancellation…

        • Pablo de Boer says:

          Hola aloha estimado nosoapradio,

          It is a sad story what happened with ‘Saartjie’ Baartman. Due to colonial expansion, the Dutch came into conflict with the Khoikhoi, Saartje’s tribe. As a result people were gradually absorbed into the labour system. When she was sixteen years old Sara’s fiancé was murdered by Dutch colonists. Soon after, she was sold into slavery to a trader named Pieter Willem Cezar, who took her to Cape Town where she became a domestic servant to his brother. It was during this time that she was given the name ‘Saartjie’, a Dutch diminutive for Sara.

          On 29 October 1810, Sara allegedly ‘signed’ a contract with an English ship surgeon named William Dunlop who was also a friend of Cezar and his brother Hendrik. Apparently, the terms of her ‘contract’ were that she would travel with Hendrik Cezar and Dunlop to England and Ireland to work as a domestic servant, and be exhibited for entertainment purposes. She was to receive a ‘portion of earnings’ from her exhibitions and be allowed to return to South Africa after five years. Two reasons make her ‘signing’ appear dubious. The first is that she was illiterate and came from a cultural tradition that did not write or keep records. Secondly, the Cezar families experienced financial woes and it is suspected that they used Sara to earn money.

          But at Dutch school’s they don’t teach this dark history to young children.

          Saludos y abrazos,

          Pablo de Boer

        • Pablo de Boer says:

          The Dutch East Indies Company (VOC) was one of the first multinationals on our globe and until today the Dutch government + the Dutch inbred kakistocracy fully support multinationals like the VOC with tax free-laws ……

          Tax Free Tour HD VPRO Backlight (English Subtitled) 2013

        • Pablo de Boer says:

          To make more profit with their pirat-like trading, the VOC established in 1602 The Amsterdam Stock Exchange.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Human Zoo

      I found that “Human Zoo” link very interesting.

      Odd ways mankind attempts to de-humanize others or has a lack of empathy.

      — Texas State Fair – Ideal Aryan Family –
      In the early 1960’s before integration, I was visiting the thousands of small exhibits at the Texas State Fair with my parents and brothers. One exhibit left an imprint in my mind.
      Behind the rope at one exhibit was a family of four, a white Caucasian family. The Husband was sitting reading a book, and the sign said something to the effect of “the ideal Caucasian family”. It may have had the word Aryan. I am not sure, because at the time I didn’t even know what the word meant.

      (ha…but I missed the highlight of the Fair that night with when the man riding a donkey was supposed to jump from a diving board into the small pool. The crowd was all gathered standing, looking up. The drum roll…then base drum boom! But the fat lady standing in front of me fainted on top of me. I missed it! And then my Mom was yelling at me to “get up off the ground”.)

      “Freak Show”
      About 1970, my High School friends and I went to the carnival. Hesitant because of the price, we paid to go into the “Freak Show” tent after the Carnival barker enticed us. A wind-along path with straw on the ground, we made our way looking at people behind different exhibits. The people had some kind of body situation not in the norm.
      Then, there was the “stage room” part of the tent with straw on the ground and light bulbs hanging, where different “freaks” got up on the stage and their story told.
      Following the show and returning outside to the rides and games, we three had an uncomfortable feeling, as if our nature was soiled. It took a while before we regained that jovial, adventurous High School insouciance.

  15. nosoapradio says:

    At any rate, a cursory look at the theme of “multiculturalism” in the Netherlands reveals, as did this comments board, that it is a particularly explosive subject there:

    “(Dutch) Intellectual critique (of multiculturalism)…In 1999, the legal philosopher Paul Cliteur attacked multiculturalism in his book The Philosophy of Human Rights.[7] Cliteur rejects all political correctness on the issue:

    Western culture, the Rechtsstaat (rule of law), and human rights are superior to non-Western culture and values. They are the product of the Enlightenment.

    Cliteur sees non-Western cultures not as merely different but as anachronistic. He sees multiculturalism primarily as an unacceptable ideology of cultural relativism, which would lead to acceptance of barbaric practices, including those brought to the Western World by immigrants.

    Cliteur lists infanticide, torture, slavery, oppression of women, homophobia, racism, anti-Semitism, gangs, female genital cutting, discrimination by immigrants, suttee, and the death penalty. Cliteur compares multiculturalism to the moral acceptance of Auschwitz, Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot and the Ku Klux Klan.

    Cliteur’s 1999 work is indicative of the polemic tone of the debate in the following years. Most of the “immigrant barbarities” which he names are regularly cited by opponents of multiculturalism, sometimes as a reductio ad absurdum, (as they say over there in Holland) but also as factual practices of immigrants in the Netherlands.

    “…In 2000, Paul Scheffer — a member of the Labour Party and subsequently a professor of urban studies — published his essay “The multicultural tragedy”,[8] an essay critical of both immigration and multiculturalism.

    Scheffer is a committed supporter of the nation-state, assuming that homogeneity and integration are necessary for a society: the presence of immigrants undermines this. A society does have a finite “absorptive capacity” for those from other cultures, he says, but this has been exceeded in the Netherlands. His position more specifically included the following points:

    -a huge influx of people from diverse cultural backgrounds, in combination with multiculturalism, resulted in spontaneous ethnic segregation.

    -the Netherlands must take its own language, culture, and history seriously, and immigrants must learn this language, culture, and history.

    -multiculturalism and immigration led to adaptation problems such as school drop-out, unemployment, and high crime rates.
    a society which does not respect itself (its Dutch national identity) also has no value for immigrants

    -multicultural policy ignored Dutch language acquisition, which should be a priority in education.

    -Islam has not yet reformed itself, and does not accept the separation of church and state. Some Muslims did not accept the law in Amsterdam because its mayor was Jewish.

    -immigrants must always lose their own culture – that is the price of immigration, a “brutal bargain” (quote from Norman Podhoretz)…”

    Then there’s the relatively recently deceased and controversial yet highly popular “mascot” of the Netherlands, German born and raised Prince Bernhardt…

    I wonder what Dr. Tjeerd Andringa of the University of Groningen would have to say about all of this…

    • Richard Ran says:

      Hi NSR, thank you for your 2cts!

      Let me add to this by stealing a quote from the great Ludwig von Mises, whose work is most certainly not unfamiliar to James (Corbett at least). Mises on the fear of mass immigration [replace Australia by the Netherlands]:

      These fears may perhaps be exaggerated with regard to the United States. As regards Australia, they certainly are not. [..] If Australia is thrown open to immigration, it can be assumed with great probability that its population would in a few years consist of Japanese, Chinese and Malayans. [..]
      The entire nation (not just workers) is unanimous, however, in fearing inundation by foreigners. The present inhabitants of those favored lands [the U.S. and Australia] fear that some day they could be reduced to a minority in their own country and that they would then have to suffer all horrors of national persecution to which, for instance, the Germans today [1927] are exposed in Czechoslovakia, Italy, and Poland.

      For Mises, “nation” means something like: shared culture, language, history, traditions etc. Sometimes people confuse this concept of a nation with that of a state (our enemy).

      Anyway.. still hoping for some kind of answer from James (any will do) re: my question about the (relative) NWNW silence on this ehm.. delicate subject. It remains my contention that the migration phenomenon we’re witnessing in European nations for decades now, is as orchestrated by globalists as is the staged “War on Terror”. It only seems logical to expose this part of the NWO-agenda as well. And that was all, just a simple question. Wasn’t really out to discuss the Dutch response to the gradual introduction of the Cult of Diversity, but hey.. you know what they say in Holland 😉


      • Richard Ran says:

        Oh, and this Bernhard van Lippe-Biesterfeld we got stuck with, was a Nazi both before and after WW2. Most people didn’t know at the time, but many do know.

        Look at the flag on the royal ship in 1938:

        After the war, he helped Nazis escape from Switzerland to Argentina (via KLM planes).

        No fan of this nazi/IG-Farben/founder of Bilderberg/ crook and the same goes for our criminal Dutch “Royal” family.

  16. herrqlys says:

    When you start thinking more deeply about “sensitive” subjects, and posing questions about the possible logic behind things that may have be orchestrated, you get more questions. But it’s this very train of thought that starts to unravel facts that then cling to your mental framework.

    I would also add that the best laid plans of the orchestrated sort involve several agendas, to give the efforts an economy of scale, as well as a specific public excuse that obscures the more directed reasons.

    On inducted immigration, and in addition to the desire to warp and perhaps even destroy cultures in destination nations, I speculate that there is an active intent to absorb the best and the brightest from the immigrating nations so as to defuse any attempts at industrialization and intellectual thought there.

    It is an observable fact that those nations having leaders who sought to use their nation’s resources for the betterment of their people became targets for globalist regime change (or worse). Scholarships that attract the potential future “troublemakers” to western universities, for example, can be “innocently” supplied by corporate sponsors, or those in the elitist web.

    • nosoapradio says:

      I’d wager, that indeed, a sort of dilution of traditional cultures, a sort of societal leveling would be necessary throughout the West (as the East is being mixed and rebuilt on the new paradigm through initial development) in an effort to prepare the terrain for the “new global, muti-polar paradigm” organized around “”smart” international mega-poles” and “egalitarian” self-monitored collectivist societies.

      sorry, kinda spat that out during a 5-minute coffee break. Perhaps I’ll attempt to elaborate when I have 5 more minutes…

  17. herrqlys says:

    I could have inserted examples in my previous post, as these may have made my mere words more illuminating. That, however, would have ballooned the post, and caused it to well exceed the 3000 character limit.

    Instead, in this post I will offer only one example – 9/11 – a topic about which we are all fairly informed. In point form, and trying to remain terse, I offer some agendas that could be met through this one incident:

    1) create a war without end, the war on terror, initiated with full public support, and which would greatly benefit the military/security complex into the foreseeable future

    2) target Afghanistan, permitting the removal of the Taliban prohibition on the growing of opium poppies (CIA slush fund opportunity)

    3) militarily occupy Afghanistan and provide US/NATO bases in close proximity to Russia and Iran

    4) vilify and remove the Taliban government, which had resisted entreaties to build a gas pipeline from the Caspian basin hydrocarbon deposits, across Afghanistan, and down to a deep water port on the Indian Ocean near Karachi
    – the planned route of the pipeline would deny Russia the transmission fees, payable in hard foreign currency, that Russia was then enjoying
    – the transmission fee issue was one cause of the Chechen war in Russia, as a central relay point for Caspian hydrocarbons was through Grozny, Russian republic of Chechnya
    – a tentative pipeline agreement between the new Karzai government and AMBRO was signed some 6 weeks after the Taliban were initially defeated, but war conditions held back any near-term development; the project is now led by Unocal and called the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India Pipeline, also known as TAPI, or Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline; construction only started Dec 2015 in Turkmenistan, with a completion date now being 2019

    5) implicate Iraq, run by a secular nationalist government, through fabricated evidence, to allow US military operations against that country while the public mood supported war
    – to gain control of Iraq’s massive untapped oil reserves, which had some of the lowest recovery costs on the planet, and were at the time nationalized and therefore not available to foreign investment
    – to stop Hussein from selling Iraq’s oil in Euros rather than in the US dollar
    – to provide more military bases encircling Iran (with, again, munitions depletion)
    – to aid the plan for a Greater Israel by destabilizing/destroying a regional opposition state
    – to aid Saudi Arabia in its promotion of Sunni Wahhabism, as opposed to majority Shia’a Islam in Iraq, Syria and Iran

    6) to provide opportunities to both the UK and France for regaining economic hegemony in former mandate possessions in the region

    7) and of course to clear the way for enacting legislation, starting with the Patriot Act, to curb civil liberties

    No doubt there are lots more, including many we will probably never know anything about, but the above will serve my purpose.

  18. herrqlys says:

    Well, despite some efforts to prevent this, I still missed several other good rationales:

    There was an impending requirement for asbestos removal in the World Trade Center buildings, and cost estimates for this ran into the billions.

    And this provides some consideration for the World Trade Center demolitions as an insurance scam to obviate asbestos removal, as well as being an outrageous money grab.

    And don’t forget the stock exchange futures transactions that “disappeared”.

    The Soviet Nuclear Intelligence Section had knowledge, during the 1980s, of a scheme for the nuclear demolition of the Twin Towers to prevent catastrophic collateral damage at the centre of Manhattan’s business district. The possibility of mini-nuke demolitions being used can largely explain the nature of the types of damage resulting from the building collapses.

    But rather than being reasons all unto themselves, they provide a logical vehicle for underpinning a method of creating a new Pearl Harbour.

    And lest we forget: destruction of Enron files in WTC 7, and the DoD audit at the Pentagon into the missing trillions of Defence budget monies.

    • Pablo de Boer says:

      Hola aloha estimado herrqlys and nosoapradio,

      My person considers the western imperial culture as the most dangerous and murderous culture in the world, the history and the present has shown and proved us this. I live since the eighties in Holland and in that period there was no Muslim bashing in the Netherlands even though their already lived hundreds of thousand Muslims in Holland especially from Turkey and Morocco. These fellow humans were recruited in the outback of their countries in 1950th’s by the Dutch government by order of the Dutch Kakistocracy and the Dutch self-appointed royal inbreeders. Most of them were male illiterates, who were misled by the Dutch with false promises that they would have a wonderful future in Holland. When these fellow humans arrived in Holland, they were abused as cheap labor force in factories and their employment conditions were just as horrible as in sweatshops . And their living conditions were also inhuman. Later these men were allowed by the Dutch government to bring their wives to Holland. With this generation of Muslims the Dutch had never problems although they were heavily abused and treated like slaves by the Dutch. Due to they were illiterate and didn’t speak Dutch, this fellow humans had not the opportunity to acquire knowledge on what their human rights are. That’s why the Dutch chose them, because when people are ignorant and illiterate, than they become an easy target for the predatory humans, this predatory behavior is one of the foundations of Western and Dutch society.

      When I came in the eighties in Holland, there were also living here inhabitants from the Dutch colonies and in that period they were the scapegoat and they were the victims of the Dutch Apartheid behavior. And of course also the Communist from the East, which for me was and still is strange, because the Commies and the Dutch have the same collectivist behavior in common. Just like people who identify themselves with history and say that the history is a part of them, while they self didn’t took part in creating that history. This kind of thoughts separate them from the rest of humanity and even teach them to hate others just like with nationalism. They take pride in accomplishments (historical) they had no part in it what so ever and they proudly brag about it… If you have such thoughts, you are being heavily brainwashed and became a member of the herd of sheeple people. This kind of herd behavior is obtained with governmental schools, universities and of course MSM.

      After the collapse of communism in the Soviet Union and in Eastern European countries, the globkaki had to create a new enemy and they achieved this with the fulfillment of the 911 inside job. And with this inside job they implemented in the sheeple people brains, that the Muslims are the “evil enemy” and that their Western governments (the real terrorists) will protect them against these “evil” Muslims…. And since the false flag 911 the Muslim are the number one target of the Dutch Apartheid behavior in the Netherlands.

      Did you both know that the most Dutch voluntarily collaborated and supported the Nazi’s during WW2???? See this images of the indigenous people in Amsterdam who are voluntarily welcoming the German troops when Nazi’s invaded / came to Holland. Yes the Dutch are cheering the Nazi’s and not opposing them.

      Verwelkoming van de vijand in Amsterdam op 15 mei 1940 / Welcoming the enemy in Amsterdam on May 15, 1940

      But this behavior is logical and typical for the Dutch apartheid behavior. But there are still now Dutch peoples who propagate, that the Dutch never collaborated with Nazi’s or didn’t knew about their intentions, but the vid above proofs the opposite.

      I’m also very skeptical towards a person as this person use the collectivist “WE” instead of I (the first person). This kind of behavior is typical for fellow humans with the herd-mentality aka the sheeple people. The sheeple people are also divided in several groups such as globalists, socialists, capitalists, communists, nationalists and other groups with a collectivist idea.

      And my last personal note is, since I came in the eighties to Holland my person never had problems with Muslims. I even have Moroccan and Turkish friends and they are very friendly and warm people. I learned from my Moroccan amiga/os even some Arabic words like Salam Aleicum and that means hello and in Turkish you say merhaba. For me personally one of the most important lessons in my life is, always have personal contact with other humans if you want to know more about them and never depend on others , also not on señor James although most of his ideas are the same as mine

      Saludos y abrazos and enjoy the exploring of your own life,

      Pablo de Boer

      • herrqlys says:

        Pablo, you made a significant point, one that I totally overlooked by having my nose in some other details: the need to create a new enemy for the military/industrial complex after the collapse of the USSR and the other Warsaw Pact countries.

        And further to that point, it was after the collapse that the globalists realized they no longer had to offer the Western public the kinds of social benefits that had seemed attractive about the Eastern bloc. Austerity as policy was born.

        The start of the privatization of public utilities, as a start towards getting all the public assets, pre-dated the collapse of the USSR by at least a decade. Most utilities operated as a monopoly in their municipal areas, and this had great appeal for investors.

        • Pablo de Boer says:

          Dutch youth welcomes prince Bernhard and his fiancé princess Juliana with the Hitler salute in 8 september 1938.

          During the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin the Europeans inbred Royalty were also present at those games, because they supported Hitler.

          • herrqlys says:

            “… the Europeans inbred Royalty were also present at those games, because they supported Hitler.”

            As major stockholders in the large corporations and industrial enterprises of the day, royalty and other influential capitalists everywhere saw Communist ideology as an anaethma to control of their societies and their wealth.

            Hitler was a demonic foe of Communism so he, like Franco in Spain before him, were ardently supported in their causes. The plan, however, was to have Germany and Russia bleed each other to death, getting rid of the Communist menace along with the threat of a resurgent Germany.

            It was, after all, the very robust energy of the German industrial state before the Great War that made the former world hegemon, The British Empire, conspire then to bring Germany down.

            • Pablo de Boer says:

              Interview with Doctor Anthony C Sutton on his research about the funding of Nazi party and of Soviet communists by a group of American and European financiers and industrialists.

              Antony Sutton, a research fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution from 1968 to 1973. During his time at the Hoover Institute he wrote the major study Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development (in three volumes), arguing that the West played a major role in developing the Soviet Union from its very beginnings up until the present time (1970). Sutton argued that the Soviet Union’s technological and manufacturing base—which was then engaged in supplying the Viet Cong — was built by United States corporations and largely funded by US taxpayers. Steel and iron plants, the GAZ automobile factory – a Ford subsidiary, located in eastern Russia – and many other Soviet industrial enterprises were, according to Sutton, built with the help or technical assistance of the United States or U.S. corporations. He argued further that the Soviet Union’s acquisition of MIRV technology was made possible by receiving (from U.S. sources) machining equipment for the manufacture of precision ball bearings, necessary to mass-produce MIRV-enabled missiles.

              • Pablo de Boer says:

                (Full) In the Shadow of Hermes by Jüri Lina (2009)

                A Jüri Lina film
                Based on the book “Under the Sign of the Scorpion” by Jüri Lina

                This film by Jüri Lina shows how the freemasons, the international bankers, and the communists joined forces in an unholy alliance and through the Bolshevik Revolution of November 1917 established in Russia the most brutal and dehumanising slave society the world has ever seen.

                The Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn in 1974 admonished his countrymen: “Live wit-hout lies!” This applies equally to the West. The Truth in our time is in no-way self-evident. Most official facts about communism are not true. Solzhenitsyn emphasized: “In our country the lie has become not just a moral category, but a pillar of the state.” The facts have been suppressed both in the East and the West. The film “In the Shadow of Hermes” is an important documentation of those financial masonic forces that cold-bloodedly wor-ked behind the scenes through communism to profit from the suffering of others. The director, Jüri Lina, stresses that it is his duty to tell the truth about communism and its grey eminences, and not just superficially treat its psychopathic symptoms, while the truth today is not highly valued.

                History is made every day – but by whom? The answer is given in this film, the aim of which is to unmask the truth, despite the falsifications of history, so meekly reported by the media.

                To know the real history of communism is the best insurance against ideological impostors.
                Steve Ahlberg

                The film is in Swedish with English subtitles.


              • danmanultra says:

                You linked Sutton before I could. If you want to know how much of our world’s history and idea of wars are a sham than Sutton is the man to look up. Anyone who tells me war in our day is justified has never read Mr Sutton’s books.

            • Pablo de Boer says:

              Dear herrqlys,

              The Global elite funded the Communist as well the Nazi’s

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