Interview 1291 - James Corbett on Korea, Climate, Pathocracy and Anarchy

08/01/201736 Comments

James Corbett joins The Vin Armani show once again to discuss war on the Korean peninsula, the great carbon swindle, and how an understanding of kakistocracy leads inevitably to anarchy.

Korea’s “Sunshine Policy”:The Reunification of North and South Korea

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Lies, Damned Lies, and Global Warming Statistics

Take the $100,000 Global Warming Believer Challenge!

Our Leaders Are Psychopaths

How power affects the brain

Power Causes Brain Damage

Children Full of Life

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    My take on the interview…
    Again, I am so impressed with Corbett’s ability to express concepts. His communication skills are outstanding.

    I appreciate Armani leading questions into these fundamental and important topics while letting Corbett give the meat and potatoes about each topic.

    This show is a “keeper”. A show to share with others, especially those who are already aware of things like 9/11, the Fed, etc.

    Corbett nails it when he points out that each of us have our spheres of influence. Within our spheres of daily activity we can apply “First Follower: Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy”.

    • PeaceFroggs says:

      The IMF and World Bank (Wall Street) also have their sphere of influence that encapsulates most of us regardless our daily activities that we apply, and that’s the problem.

      BitCoin I’m afraid is just another false choice.

      • PeaceFroggs says:

        I’m not even against the IMF and World Bank per se, what I’d like to see changed is that the US Empire would return to a Republic, meaning there be a multi-polar financial world that includes a true basket of currencies.

        I believe that is what Russia and others are trying to accomplish via BRICS and SDR’s.

        That’be one way to break up US hegemony.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Go figure. ?
    9/11 Movie Trailer – in Theaters Sept. 8th – Starring Charlie Sheen & Whoopi Goldberg


    Washington Post – 2014
    This is Charlie Sheen like we’ve never seen him before. …he called Bush an “absolute gentleman.”

    I guess this is a Japanese Trailer with a commentary by someone with a low two digit IQ… (Be sure to dislike this video)

  3. VoltaicDude says:

    I enjoy hearing your consistent championing of voluntarism, agorism and your version of anarchism even though I probably often sound like I’m pushing back against it – even though I don’t think of myself as pursuing that role.

    You covered a lot of really interesting points and it’s great that you continue this type of dialogue for people to tap into, because there’s too little of it in general.

    Often, what I feel I’m usually pulled into is trying to apply these “new” visions in a pragmatic way to the world as it is, rather than, “what if we all just thought about things in a more accurate, realistic, reasonable way” – it sometimes seems too abstract and idealistic, and I write that as a pretty abstract and idealistic person.

    Although ironically, for sure, what you’re emphasizing at the end is definitely direct action, and connection through real-life immediate experiences.

    Certainly as people come on board a critical mass and even a tipping point will occur.

    But meanwhile, too many people are trapped in the current perverse infrastructure to just say, oh well, too bad for them.

    I think I’ll leave this point on that note because it’s too complex to do it justice relative to what I could reasonably fit in here.

    Two other points that have come to mind a few times on your conversations about psychopathy is that, one, emphasis on sociopathy rather than psychopathy, from wherever the sociopathy may germinate, may be a more fruitful route.

    That also suggests that the “predictable course” of a psychopaths journey may also be mitigated by the values that are consistently expressed by the social arena he or she is immersed in.

    You touched on that when you talked about how being in control over other people changes the way people think. Even psychopathy may not be so black and white, an understanding that might help avoid scapegoating and witch hunts – a real, practical problem, and the psychopaths will always be the first to lead down that path, against other people of course.

    And two, it may be useful to recognize at least two different types of psychopathy. I find a lot of people that don’t respond to verifiable info, like for instance 911 Truth, to be pretty weird in their own way. It’s like they don’t really take the crimes and suffering they are being made aware of seriously.

    They’re so tuned into the majority sensibility that they are essentially controlled by, and enable the psychopathic/sociopathic agendas.

    That pretty much describes how the worst of nationalistic and totalitarian successes in history were possible – the majority just went with the maliciously steered flow.

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Categories of People
    I am a firm believer that around 4% of the population are psychopaths.
    And that perhaps about 18% of the population are infected as sociopaths.

    Normally, I don’t like to “label’ people. However, with psychopaths and sociopaths, having an understanding and recognition that people like that do in fact exist is necessary. One must have a grasp of parasitic predators if one is to survive.

    I feel that there is another category of the population which is worth noting.
    I don’t know what the ‘label’ would be…
    Zombies. Fluff-muffins. Degraded Humans. Human Robots. Tranced Bodies. Hopeless Boing Bubs. Shallow Heads. Brain Dead Fad Followers.

    These would be the people “who never will get it”. In fact, they have no interest in matters of substance. These are the people whose whole life revolves around watching the YouTube trending videos so they can text their friends about them on their I-phone for two hours.

    These are the people who give you that blank look when you mention something of substance, such as 9/11 or the money system or nutrition / alternative health.
    These are the Walmart shoppers who waddle down the aisle trying to find the newest fad to buy.

    Their communication often is on mundane things. They could spend 30 minutes describing how they made a routine sandwich, giving unimportant details for miles and miles.

    A common denominator is their realm of interest. It is not on matters of substance, although some pretend to be “deep” as in talking politics at the cooler. But they are shallow beings.

    We all sat next to people like this in school. They walk and talk. But there’s not much depth. They exist to eat, sleep, maybe have sex, watch TV and die…that is their purpose in life by their own mindset.

    I am guessing this category of “Shallow Heads” fills about 20% of the population, but that they also infect others with their mindset. So, a broad swath of the population becomes influenced by this “Shallow Head” mentality.
    The thing about these degraded humans is that they are quick to follow a fad. I feel like sociopaths and psychopaths know this. They are easy to herd. Then others follow.

    • Pablo de Boer says:

      Hola aloha HRS,

      For me labeling can be very dangerous, especially when you never met that person or groups of fellow humans who you label. But I’m honest I also label persons as you do, because I often write here that all politicians are psychopaths even though I don’t know them all personal. But I say this because politics is made by and for psychopaths. And people who support them with clarity of mind I also consider as psychopaths. I’m aware that humans like politicians and advertisers, both psychopaths :), are fond of labeling (group of) humans and they do this only to serve their own interests.

      When people talk in percentages of groups is for my person more ridiculous than labeling, because how can I label exactly a percentage of a population, which I never met. Politicians, Scientists, Economists and Psychiatrists also apply this kind of mathematical models and they name this kind of model the Game Theory. But this model never worked in reality due to unpredictable nature of human behavior and mind.

      And each psychopath has even her of his own quality belonging typically to him or her personality. See Obomber or Dumb Trump as good examples, bot are psychopaths but in their own evil way. That’s why we all are individualists but we have a lot in common. Just like all the visitors aka members of señor James webpage, because all of them have their own quality and that’s why some of them I consider as my amigo like mkey and I will tell mkey mi casa es tu casa and others I will never invite to my home like Rana Psicopata PF.

      The power that shouldn’t be try to mold people, so they will act like is described in the grammatical model of the Game Theory and one important tool for them is the TV, that’s why I threw my TV away after 911 and that expanded my consciousness tremendous. And you person HRS watch to much TV in my opinion, see all the MSM TV shows links you place here voluntarily, so how must I label you HRS, like all the other TV watchers as a sheeple or ……

      May I ask you something HRS????? Can you describe in your won words this TV behavior of yours and how many, %, people in Texas behave like you??

      Saludos y viva la vida loca,

      Pablo de Boer

      • wingsuitfreak says:

        Anytime you label an entire group as one thing, you are wrong. This I believe. All Muslims are terrorists! All Muslims want to kill baby jeezus! All republicans are nazis! etc. Psychopaths are incomplete people, but whenever people say that an entire group is of this group (or any other group), their thoughts are not their own.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          In my view, a “label” or “category” is only as valuable as it can help an individual graph a concept.

          Jim, You just now used labels… Muslims “terrorists” “Republicans” “Nazis” “Psychopaths”

          But, like you pointed out, trying to lump ‘everything’ as a ‘truism generality’ into a label is folly.

          • wingsuitfreak says:

            I just re-listened to this broadcast and felt like re-iterating a few things. 1- I still don’t buy into this whole psychopath theory of rule. It’s not that I don’t believe they are not murderers,rapists,thieves, etc.; it’s that true psychopaths are incapable of creating the structures they are being given credit for creating. Psychopaths simply aren’t capable of it. 2- Any time I hear the word psychiatry, I have this picture of a pile behind a big old bull and it’s steamy. To me, this isn’t even a legitimate field anymore. It’s the “scientific” field that has a bible which changes every year. It’s the “scientific” field that has a drug for every emotion (defined as a disease no less) so that you can be a fully non-functioning non-human being. In short, a shrink is just a drug dealer with bad drugs. And to him, we are all diseased. He’ll have you on heavy meds within five minutes of meeting you. 3- If it has a shifting foundation, it is another stinking pile behind that bull. As true psychopaths are simply missing their ability to empathize, they are unable to work with people well enough to build a structure like this. They generally don’t rise very high in any endeavor, as they don’t have the people skills needed to do so. So what do we have then? HIGH-FUNCTIONING psychopaths. Look, Lucy took that ball from me once, not again! Oh yes, these psychopaths are able to do all the things the normal psychopath cannot do. They are able to understand emotions, they are able to work intimately with others for long periods of time to create structures to cause more sociopaths to be created. Please. This is a shifting foundation.
            My theory is that we are simply faced with people addicted to power. They can empathize with others. They have no remorse because junkies have no remorse. They get off on the pain they ordered you to submit to because they got off on you submitting to them. These people empathize, and this empathy gives them a near, or maybe a bulls eye, orgasm when they get people to submit to them. Many of these other criminal behaviors are just spin-offs from their addiction to power. Why wouldn’t a power junkie get off on molesting kids? A psychopath might be curious about it, but a power junky would get off on it. These people are far more dangerous than any psychopath.
            I also don’t believe all are power junkies. Some are greedy. Some are well-intentioned (these are local level only and still very rare). While I believe that 90% are out-right criminals, I think that very few are psychopaths. They fold under pressure too easily. Well, that’s enough about that for now. 🙂

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Pablo asks HRS: Can you describe in your own words this TV behavior of yours?

        Actually, I don’t watch much TV. It doesn’t appeal to me. I don’t pay for cable TV services. Most of what I watch is from the internet, maybe some YouTube clips, sometimes a DVD movie or going to my ex-wife’s for dinner, to pet the dogs, and a series like HBO’s “Game of Thrones”.

        One of my favorite TV series is “Rawhide”. We would have a better world if kids watched that growing up. The Anarchist moral compass is pervasive in different episodes. In many episodes, the drovers stand up against “authority” as best they can while maintaining integrity, compassion and self-reliant independence. Man’s freedom and humanity are embedded elements.

        My hat is off to the writers (real writers, not propagandists nor faddists) who tell a wondrous story or deliver important messages.

        In my opinion…
        There is nothing wrong with entertainment.
        There is nothing wrong in viewing what society is currently viewing in order to gain perspectives and insights.

        While I don’t like to “feed the machine”, I will LOOK. “Observation with Recognition” or “Experience with Reflection”.
        I want to view what the culture is viewing. I want to be aware of that facet. I don’t mind getting my hands dirty.
        I can act independently and don’t give a rat’s ass how others view what I do.

        On percentages
        The concept of grouping “percentages of people categories” is only to better grasp a situation. It is not an axiom or concrete tablet message from God.
        ~On TV behavior percentage… I dunno. (“do not know”)
        ~On folks who are aware of the “9/11 Cover-up”, I estimate that about 20% or more of the population are aware. I am very certain of this after personally talking one-to-one to tens of thousands of people for more than a decade.
        ~On “Degraded Humanoids”, I estimate that at least 20% of the population are in this sub-human condition. In one sense, their awareness is unsalvageable…but in another sense they will robotically follow which ever way the wind blows. So, if the wind blows towards more sanity, they go in that direction.
        — I base this estimate on the many people who I have been in contact during in my lifetime (which is in the hundreds of thousands).
        But it is a personal estimate and it is only a “percentage” and it is only a “label” for a “category” in order for me to better graph what I observe.

    • Pablo de Boer says:

      Hola aloha HRS,

      Muchas gracias for your answer, although your answer on percentages is for my person completely incomprehensible. Maybe this occurs because we both are raised up in different countries, neighborhoods and cultures. I’m now 48 years old and I lived in more than 12 different neighborhoods in 4 different countries and each neighborhood has his own characteristics even when they are located in the same country or city. Due to all these experiences in reality for me considering myself as a patriot or identifying myself with a country (imaginary borders) is completely unnatural and also insane. But that is my own interpretation of my own life experiences.

      And just like I already said the using of percentages is for me the behavior of technocrats and doesn’t explain how the …. human behavior and mind works. Last I heard somebody say about the sign of the zodiac in the sky, that the zodiac is not the reality of nature, because it is invented by the human mind and that’s how I see also your interpretations of percentages, because it is your own interpretation of life. But this is also my own interpretation and that’s why I adore to live as an individualist.

      You write also that you don’t give a rat’s ass how others view what you do. But when I’m with a certain type of señorita I always do care how she thinks about me. Thus to be honest I do not always behave 100% as an individualist. I think this kind of behavior is a part of the unpredictable nature of humans or maybe only my own nature.

      Saludos y abrazos,

      Pablo de Boer

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I track Pablo. What you say, all has much truth in my eyes.

        Different regions or areas are different. Like you point out, one can not make a generalities.

        Percentages don’t explain how the mind works. Percentages are only a crude tool to try to graph a concept.

        – RAT’s ASS –
        Las mamacitas…claro que sí… good manners, proper respect, courting affinity, “giving another value” are part of the actions which I try to do. It is because I like people, emphasize with them, …and I really enjoy senoritas even as an old codger.

        When I find myself trying to do an action in order to satisfy an acceptance from another, then I start to lose my own individuality. I become the effect of another.
        We all have that urge “to be accepted”. And being accepted by others is very nice. However, when we strive in that direction of TRYING to be accepted, we lose ourselves and become an identity determined by other individuals.

  5. Richard Ran says:

    Vin Armani seems to be very enthusiastic about Bitcoin:

    So again, for those who’ve perhaps missed this interesting article on alt-market, a somewhat cautionary note: The Globalist One World Currency Will Look A Lot Like Bitcoin.

    Kind regs from Amsterdam,

    • PeaceFroggs says:

      Hey Richard,

      Plus, Google “Goldman Sachs Files Blockchain Patent for Foreign Exchange Trading”

      It’s in the link you provided.

      • Richard Ran says:

        Yes PF,

        JPMorgan also in on the game with a patent of their own, dating back to 1999:

        So Vin talks passionately about Bitcoin and James talks about the great Global Warming swindle. Let’s try and tie these two together.

        Remember the 9/11 cyber attack scenario?

        Here’s another extension to it: in the scenario so far, Bitcoin has been considered beta testing, a stepping stone of sorts.

        At some point in the near future (quite possibly after a cyber 9/11 false flag attack), TPTB step in with an e-currency of their own fancy. This currency will (in this scenario) eventually be tied to that other globalist scheme, Global Warming.
        Now, imagine an e-currency as a regulated unit of value anchored to the retail value of electricity/energy generated from “benign” renewable resources. And there you have it, the Sustainable Energy Dollar (SED).

        You remarked that people would be very hesitant to adopt a Bitcoin-style cryptocurrency especially after a cyber 9/11 attack. Point taken. But wait ’till they play the “sustainability” card to lure people into adopting this new e-coin. You’d have a global user base that’s already been prepped (conditioned) by sustainability speak for years on end. All you have to do is thoroughly brand the new Bitcoin as “green” and “sustainable”. You can even sell this as a tax-cut by pointing out that a carbon tax won’t be necessary under a SED controlled monetary regime.

        From the drabby petrodollar via hipster Bitcoin, into the clean green Sustainable Energy Dollar. Our brave New Banking Order.

        Cheers from Amsterdam,

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Richard, You have landed on a unique potential concept. Thanks.

          The Sustainable Energy Dollar (SED).

          I could see this taking hold. And it could be stored on our “chips”.

          • Richard Ran says:

            Hi HRS,

            Yes those lovely little RFID implants, outfitted with a handy blockchain wallet (offline “security”, you know).

            And then as soon as one doesn’t behave like a good citizen should – like leaving a trail of too large carbon footprints behind – Poof! Wallet blocked. Very handy 😉

        • PeaceFroggs says:

          Interesting scenario, but here’s what I believe may play itself out.

          First the US Empire (ie current Global Order/ NWO/ US petrol dollar) is looking to consolidate even more countries under their control. This is what the wars in Iraq, Libya and Syria were mainly about, plus it is also why they are saber rattling against countries such as Iran, NK and Russia, and destabilizing countries such as Venezuela. Meanwhile the so called leaders of the Free world, are complaining that China is a currency manipulator and Germany isn’t paying its fair share of the NATO Bill, etc…

          If you can figure out how a cyber 9/11 false flag attack will help them achieve this consolidation of power world wide, then I guess you’re on to something, but I just don’t see it.

          I believe the cryptocoin and a potential cyber 9/11 false flag attack are two complete separate issues.

          But hey, we’ll know soon enough.

    • mkey says:

      The Globalist One World Currency Will Look A Lot Like Bitcoin.

      You don’t say. People like to fap to official stuff, as long as it has government seal of approval it’s good as gold. Only gold is sooooo 100 years ago.

  6. Richard Ran says:


    So “power affects the brain”, no big surprise there, really. Feeling powerless will affect the brain just as well. It’s like saying that the brain mirrors life.

    But let’s apply this dictum to a Bitcoin millionaire for a change, instead of the usual suspects. Would it be reasonable to assume that e.g. Bitcoin “Jesus” Roger Ver has power/feels powerful?

    How about this creepy bit from the Vin Armani show:

    I’d say this person’s brain shows signs of being affected by power.

    Cheers from Amsterdam,

    • Richard Ran says:

      Bitcoin millionaire/scam artist Mr Berwick might also be a fine example of a brain affected by power:

      Here’s a recorded statement of one of the many victims of this pseudo-anarchist thief:

      Feeling adventurous already? Check out Mr. Berwick for some solid immigration services 😉

      • Pablo de Boer says:

        Feeling adventurous and not Dom as the Dutchies, een van domste volkeren volgens Robin de Ruiter :

        Een Wake Up Call Voor “dom” slapend Nederland!

        Enneh wel goed vertalen Richard.

        Saludos y abrazos,


        • Pablo de Boer says:

          And Dutchie Richie,

          I self as independent person want(ed) to experience what Bitcoin has to offer me and I can share with you that Bitcoin until today benefit my person tremendous and what other people think, I don’t give a Rat Ass. In this I do not depend on others and don’t want behave Dom as most ..

          Saludos y abrazos,

          Pablo de Boer

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Richard Ran,
        You are correct about Mr. Berwick.
        I have a friend here in Texas who has investments in South America and who was in the personal company of Mr. B. for a few days. My friend told me about his experiences and I was aghast. Mr. B. is trouble. His hardcore partying probably doesn’t help.

  7. Pablo de Boer says:

    Hola aloha anarchocrypto James,

    It is always enlightening to hear crypto savages as Vin and your person, who see the possibilities and capabilities of the crypto currencies to free us from Mean Stream Money and the banksters. Your fellow countryman / anarko tribesman Dan Dicks and Bitcoin prophet Jeff Berwick also discovered this a long time ago and these are their thoughts on the latest evolution of Bitcoin.

    Bitcoin Post Fork – What You Need To Know with Jeff Berwick

    And people who oppose bitcoin have a lack of adventurous behaviorism. Most of them I consider as Main Stream Money Sissies and their collectivist thoughts just as weak as fiat money… And if they consider me as an Idiot, I don’t give a Rat Ass about their sheeple behavior. But not you amigo Croata mkey, because I consider your person as an amigo anarkista and not as a MSM sissy Oeps I’m having now the behavior of favouritism aka old boys network…. Ai ai ai nadi es perfecto / Nobody is perfect

    Saludos y viva la vida loca,

    Pablo de Boer

    • mkey says:

      I do not oppose bitcoin in any way, Pablo. I’m jest veary of it. Of course, anyone who invested handsomly into it years ago is a millionaire of a near millionaire right now, but the same can be said about a zillion other trading commodities.

      Generally, these currencies have a lot potential, but are far from being out of reach of our common nemesis. Compared to classic fiat currency, bitcoin is a hell of a lot better.

      • Pablo de Boer says:

        Hola aloha amigo mkey,

        I know you ain’t a MSM Sissy or a collectivist like socialist and nationalist. But to be honest, I remember that your person and I had in the past different opinions about Bitcoin, but that ain’t for me a big problem and that isn’t dangerous like the sheeple behavior of collectivists.

        I placed today a link for Dutchie Richie and the person who you hear talking is the Dutch author Robin de Ruiter, who wrote also the book about the Balkan War and Robin considers most Dutch as Dom (Dom is Dumb in Dutch) and from my own experiences I fully agree with Robin. But that is my personal opinion.

        Amigo mkey buenas noches and mañana I have a appointment with a Latina in Amsterdam,

        Pablo de Boer

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