Interview 1283 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

07/06/201719 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: Mainstream Media Now Advocating ‘All Citizens’ Spend Time in Prison as ‘Service’ to Country

The #CNNBlackmail Meme Wars

CNN Goes COMPLETELY INSANE, Threatens to Dox Reddit User Over Meme

Story #2: Bayer Accidentally Funds Study Showing Its Pesticide is Killing Bees, Promptly Denies Conclusions

“Country-Specific Effects of Neonicotinoid Pesticides on Honey Bees and Wild Bees”

NWNW Flashback: China Pushes Public to Accept GMO as Syngenta Takeover Nears (May 25, 2017)

Gene-Editing Companies Attack Research Revealing Unintended CRISPR Effects

As UK’s National Health Service’s Tainted Blood Was Killing Thousands, They Were Planning to Use Victims as Guinea Pigs for R&D

Story #3: US to Create ‘Space Corps’ in Radical Air Force Overhaul

Video: U.S. Planning to Create 'Space Corps' as Sixth Branch of Armed Forces

Audio: Congressman Proposes Military 'Space Corps'

Audio: House Panel Votes to Split Air Force, Create New U.S. ‘Space Corp’

NWNW Flashback: Pentagon Moving to Weaponize Space (Jun. 26, 2015)

NWNW Flashback: US Draws Up Rules For Commercial Moon Travel (Jun. 16, 2016)

NWNW Flashback: The Government of Mars Is Already Being Planned (Jun. 23, 2016)

Flashback: Rumsfeld Commission Warns Against "Space Pearl Harbor" (Jan. 11, 2001)

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  1. jbuczek says:

    The purpose of prison: Punishment or rehabilitation? As usual, liberals are confused about this. The whole parole concept is another liberal failure that subverts the judicial system and the purpose of punishment: to be so unpleasant as to discourage bad behavior from recurring. The cushier prisons are made, the more parole takes away the teeth of justice, the more recidivism.

    Having said this, I oppose privatized prisons. If the State is responsible for Justice, then the State must be that which deals out the punishment (and is responsible for any mishandling of it).

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    On my very small yard, I grow plants and food for fun; and also as a demonstration to folks who pass by. Yesterday, I discovered that one of my young front yard watermelons near the sidewalk had been “disconnected”. I know what probably happened…a neighbor kid got curious and picked it up to look, then tried to put it back. No upset on my end. I love the neighbor kids being curious.

    And yesterday I had two young neighbor kids watch with fascination, asking questions, as I mixed 50% cornstarch with 50% cinnamon powder. I told them how I put it in an old sock and “dust” myself or plants to keep bugs away.

    Many times I save the seeds from grocery store produce to plant. With celery, I chop off the butt bottom and just stick it in the ground…it grows new celery.
    Next year, I am gonna “guerilla plant” by killing the weeds in unused land parcels around the area with cardboard/newspaper; then plant sunflowers, pumpkins, watermelon, cantaloupe, peppers, etc. which will crowd out future weed seeds. I’ll stake it off so it isn’t mowed. Some of my pumpkin leaves are now a foot square.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The All-Seeing Eye in the Sky – Bloomberg “Planet” (a company)
    YouTube video (17 minutes) –
    Published on Jun 29, 2017
    Silicon Valley based startup Planet has one goal: to take a picture of the entire planet every day. To do that, they need to launch the largest number of satellites in human history.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Homey, Questions for Corbett. How many ways can this go wrong and how many ways can go right for you and me?

      (#W×#P)-(#P×#R) dif × £ (#W+#R)
      _______________ X ______________ = 1£ × dif

      (#WP×£)×(#PR÷£) dif ÷ £#P

      This is the cost in £s and you figure if its worth the trouble.
      #W(ERE %) F/ uc = ED Is the answer. Thanks for the link Homey.

  4. Camille says:

    “We’ve turned it into a device that damages DNA, which we call editing”
    George Church: CRISPR
    Effective Altruism

  5. mkey says:

    Jailing politicians won’t work. We had a politician asshole jailed here recently, I think he did 8 months.

    He drove like an idiot and killed some people in Hungary. They tried him there but after who knows how much accommodation, Huns agreed to have him serve time in the local prison. After quite a lot of public backlash, they did finally stick him into a low security prison. Which in the end did him good, I’m sure he raised his golf handicap at least half a dozen holes. Well, to be honest, he golfed only during the weekdays, during the weekends he was released to go on and about. I mean, one needs to unwind.

  6. generalbottlewasher says:

    James and James , your last article “space wars” is by far the most illuminating. By and far the most dangerous information to the free thinking awaken masses. Please consider these points in some future dialog.
    1. Space the final frontier. Bio-system control from remote locations. Load everyone the deep-state wish to usurp with some sort of metal. Nano-aluminum comes to mind. Barium, fluoride, mercury also. Almost done.
    2. Weaponize radio frequency for psycological and physical control. Water is very reactive to microwave radiation and the human body is of enormous H2O content. What happens with aluminum / water in a microwave oven? Physical control without sending/risking cost to personal.(Here in JOklahoma law enforcement just kill any treat already,but they must go to, use guns, contend with unpredictable escalation, waste precious treasury on law suits and settlemendone.Already done.
    3.Moral implications easily controlled by radio frequency. Tesla, Bernaise(sp.?) Skinner,many other scientists in the alphabit soup of US taxpayers funded departments. Thoughts and Behavior can be controlled and populations can all be targeted from above through Radio Frequency manipulations.Not to overlook the overcapacity of the land based cell towers which could be linked to the smart meters of every home. Centralized command and control from above. Already almost perfected. Need a few more tests to complete.
    4. Legalize and fund the command and control of our enslavement. The transhumanism plan is very old concept. Darwin and family have been at it for a long time. Lots of physical time and human capitol have been used in the past to minimal success. Just imagine if you can, yes its sickening to normal people, the ability to just flip a switch and 10,000 protestors, deserters, rioters and the like boil in their skins and pop like corn in the microwave. Maybe you use psy-opps for a while before the final solution is enacted. Saving a few who changed their minds at the last second and stayed home , instead watching it on TV. These people will be given the task of picking up the pieces and putting them into the desposible boxis(ready and waiting) handed out by homeland security or perhaps fema. These people left won’t be a problem in the future, they will obey. This I believe is what James and James may be Vaguely trying to say. Is just connecting the dots. Ghastly and unimaginable by any normal person but as we all know just business from the kakistocracy who dreamed up this new bureaucracy and supported by the cowards in our civil security services. Coming your way soon around 2019. Thanks James and James for the heads up.

  7. Not This Little Frog says:

    News story 3 could be entitled “pigs in space” ala muppets early 80’s .

  8. Pablo de Boer says:

    University of Nebraska – Lincoln

    Law, College of Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law Program Faculty Publications

    Welcome to the University of Nebraska College of Law’s Space, Cyber and Telecommunications Law Program Digital Commons. Our LL.M. degree is the first of its kind in the United States and the only degree of its kind in the world taught in English. Since our beginning in 2008 we have expanded to offer a J.S.D. and multiple Executive Certificate options. We have an outstanding faculty, including Professors Frans von der Dunk and Jack Beard, and Professors and Program Co-Directors Matthew Schaefer and Gus Hurwitz. We also have exceptional adjunct faculty who teach, and work, in areas of space law, cyber law and telecommunications law. This collection features the work of our faculty.

    • Pablo de Boer says:

      Big Brother or Eye in the Sky?
      Legal Aspects of Space-Based Geo-lnformation for Disaster Management !!!!

      3 Global Monitoring for the Environment and Security

      Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) is a
      joint endeavour by ESA and the European Commission to establish
      an independent capability for global monitoring, in support
      of European environment and security goals. GMES is envisioned
      as a complete decision-support system for use by the public and
      policymakers, enabling the acquisition, interpretation and distribution of all useful information related to the environment, risk
      management and the natural resources. It represents a vital part
      of Europe’s contribution to issues affecting the global environment
      and the safety of the Earth. Making GMES happen involves
      improving current deficiencies in European information gathering
      by better coordinating existing information gathering resources
      situated on the ground. It also means optimizing the use of current
      and future Earth Observation systems—whose unique perspectives
      provide a whole new dimension of information about
      the Earth

  9. Pablo de Boer says:

    The race to space (vpro backlight documentary)

    The colonization of space has only just begun. Numerous parties have great ambitions to explore outer space for tourism, transportation and raw materials. It’s a race, and slowly but surely it’s becoming clear that there is a need for clear rules concerning the entering and use of this space. Space lawyer Frans von der Dunk is currently one of the few people in the world who is trying to shed some light on this.

    On a sunny morning in 1889, hundreds of covered wagons were ready to start a race. Under the motto ‘first come, first served’, settlers could claim their own piece of land. This Oklahoma Run got completely out of control. Today, we’re on the eve of a new colonization: this time it’s outer space. The new space race is about the claims that can be made: to space itself and to the various planets and asteroids. It seems everyone wants to go into space. Whether you want to plant the national flag of China, the Czech Republic or Israel, or mine raw materials. Whether your company is called Deep Space Industries or Planetary Resources, and whether your name is Elon Musk or Richard Branson. Countries have strategic and political interests, companies have commercial ones, plus there is a growing number of wealthy adventurers who want to explore space.

    Up till now, the 1967 Outer Space Treaty was the starting point for ‘space law’, but it’s completely outdated. The massive and irreversible space race which is about to start is crying out for a new legislation that’s clear to all parties involved. Frans von der Dunk, professor of Space Law at the University of Nebraska, has written the first manual for outer space. He hopes his book will become the first real standard work for the new space legislation.

    As a pioneer in the field of space law, he is now consulted around the world by companies and countries with extraterrestrial ambitions. The main questions are about resolving conflicts concerning the extraction of raw materials, which is the topic of a forthcoming important and potentially historic moment: the adoption of the so-called Asteroid Act by the U.S. Senate. With this act, the United States wants to give American companies the opportunity to mine raw materials in space. But it’s a national law, so the U.S. is ignoring other countries, risking international conflicts as a result. So Frans von der Dunk has his work cut out for him.

    VPRO Backlight traveled with space lawyer Frans von der Dunk for a month. His agenda is filled with exciting and surprisingly diverse meetings in the world of space travel: from Vienna to Washington, from Abu Dhabi to Jerusalem.

  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    My son served 6 months in an East Texas “private prison-type” facility. The Judge who sentenced him owned part of the facility.

    He never should had gone. Ever. It is a long story of how the system is broken.
    In essence, after drinking two beers at the lake one day with his two kids, he was driving home with them and got pulled over. The cops asked if he had been drinking. He told them the truth. It went downhill from there…
    He could have “gotten off” if he had more than 15k for legal fees. So after lots of court appearances and a week of jail, he gets probation and a record with lots of criteria.
    A single Father of two, he is trying to support himself and the kids. His job takes him out of state at times, managing & coordinating crews of construction contractors. There were times he could not make it back on a Friday afternoon to meet the probation officer because of his job. This put him back in court.
    …and so, the cold-blooded lady Judge who had a reputation as being heartless & corrupt sent him to her & her associates’ facility for 6 months. Here he is, bunking with guys who were hardcore…a whole different breed. But he did take advantage of workouts…doing 300 situps per day and bench pressing 300#.

    This was a podunk rural Texas county. But some of these judges make more than $150,000 per year, plus benefits and a sweet pension. Example of a nearby county Texas judge making 165k after a 70k raise –

    • PeaceFroggs says:

      Private Prisons should be done away with. Like every other business, all they really care about is profits, therefore the fuller the prison are, the bigger the profits. Geez, what can possibly go wrong with this system?

      Also, so far this year, there have been 508 Americans shot DEAD by police …what the hell is going on in America?

      On a side note, Goldman Sachs is now pushing Bit Coin.

  11. generalbottlewasher says:

    Peacefroggs, thank you for the link to

    Everyone should see the murder of Joshua Barre 29. Tulsa Ok. June 9th 2017.
    The store video shows fat, slobberingly tubby cowardly cops shoot this young man in the back , through the closed door of a store full of people. Not to mention them stalking this poor young man for over a mile on foot barking like dogs the whole way. Also the murder of Nayway Willy 18, June 2,2017 after a stop and frisk Willy throws down his gun and runs away, again cowardly, the cops shoot him in the back while running away. No real justification, cowardly, pre- cognitively justifying murder ,taking lives ,on the mear premise
    that a crime may occur in the future. KAARRAYZEE BEHAVIOR!!! And to mention it is a Deathwish of a conspiracy nutjob. More of the same for them, they guarantee it. Pre-cog justice is alive and well here in Tulseetown.Woe is me woe is my community.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Corbett America I know many a yellow dog democrat and righteous right wing republican here in the heart of little Dixie. That is why I’m sending a donation to

      I would encourage support for the depth of information collected at this site. What dedication to the concept of real justice. Know the facts, wisdom must be had so justice can be fairly applied. I know how the above mentioned act but for the life of me I can’t explain in any rational manner how they must think to condone such actions. They all can’t be psychopaths, can they?

  12. wingsuitfreak says:

    I think maybe everyone jumped the gun a bit on the jail story. The way I read it (besides superficially skimming it) was as a call for people to start realizing just how screwed up our prison system is. More like a story on how if everyone did a bit of jail, they would be screaming for reform. It isn’t punishment, at least not just punishment. It is a life sentence. Even a minor stint in prison sticks with you for life. I spent a night in jail (possession of evil weed which could have turned me into a bat!) and wanted to kill every single prison guard and judge and cop in the country as a result. That’s how screwed up it is. Personally, I did like the idea of locking up all the politicians, but why stop there? Judges, lawyers, cops, and the worst child abusers (teachers) should all be put in there. Only temporarily though. Just until they’re executed. I don’t often disagree with this site, and I find it very odd to be siding with the LA Times (I only threw up three times writing their defense!), but I think that in this case, they made a good point in a less than stellar manner.

  13. VoltaicDude says:

    Jonathon Swift wrote something called A Modest Proposal, in which he “champions” eating Irish children as a cure for the burdens experienced by their Irish parents (Ireland being occupied by Britain at the time…oh, and still!).
    “In English writing, the phrase ‘a modest proposal’ is now conventionally an allusion to this style of straight-faced satire.”

    Your idea , James, that people are responsible for the source of the foods they buy, and that they contribute to dangerous pesticide and GMO usage with their support of products they know nothing about is relevant to this first story too.

    People who don’t mind being clueless about the source of their food, also often quite consciously think that digital tracking of their purchasing histories is benign; that simplistic “law and order” standards such as anti-drug laws keep the population safe; that “defending America” by…oh, let’s say…committing genocide in Iraq (or the never-ending attempt to accomplish the same at the same scale in Syria) is perfectly reasonable.

    Thoughtlessness about and not questioning the standards mainstream culture teaches us is the culprit here.

    To say our prison system is atrocious is a serious understatement – most people have no clue, and feel no responsibility to have any clue about the outrageous injustices of our justice system.

    The Mockingbird sports a Cheshire Cat smile.

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