Interview 1304 – James Corbett on The Dignitary Podcast

10/01/201713 Comments

via The Dignitary podcast: James Corbett joins Jacob Isbell of The Dignitary podcast for a wide-ranging introduction to The Corbett Report and the Corbett world-view.

SHOW NOTES:
Gladio B series

Rockefeller Medicine

Crashes of Convenience: Michael Hastings

Who is Graham Fuller?

9/11 Suspects

9/11 Trillions: Follow The Money

Operation Northwoods

Hospital Worker: I Saw Osama

The Secret Life of Timothy McVeigh

King Gustav III’s Russo-Swedish false flag

Political Pedophilia

Political Ponerology

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  1. tgmolitor says:

    35:00 discussion of a *deep state* running behind political parties. If you’re a smart phone user think this analogy: the *deep state* is the O/S and the politicians are the Apps.

  2. erichard says:

    James I was able to get rid of wearing glasses years ago and am very grateful. I realize for some it is not possible. However, I believe it would be good for you to consider it. research: “plan to get rid of glasses”

    • mkey says:

      How much are we talking about? Farsighted or nearsighted?

    • Mielia says:

      Actually I would be interested in that too.
      I am the first in my family to wear glasses from a teenager age (near sighted) and the eye doctor who diagnosed me, told me: look to the far as often as you can. That made me wonder.
      However, every ‘you can train your eye (muscles)’ guidebook opponent tells you farsight, nearsight and corneal irregularity/astigmatism has nothing to do with the to be trained (eye) muscle but only with the lense.

      So, now, that leaves you open to many questions…

      • mkey says:

        There is something to be told about the shape of the eye, as well. Supposedly, the shape can be restored, to a degree. I have decided to get more disciplined and put my perforated glasses to better use, which definitively do help a bit with my eyes, which do have a tendency to get quite lazy. The problem is, with this dioptre I have it’s quite difficult to do any work without glasses on.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    House of Cards
    My wife (actually ex-wife) insisted that we watch the “House of Cards” series together when I come over for dinner. By the time the psychopathic politician character (played by Kevin Spacey) became President through ruthless means, I grew bored and stopped watching it. Real life political corruption trumps what the show reveals. And the show reveals a tremendous amount of political corruption.

    Ironically, my wife’s sister and brother-in-law, both college Professors and strong Democrats, stopped watching “House of Cards” for the opposite reason. They found it too incredulous. They felt that in real life, corruption that deep at the highest offices could never occur. Their foundational “think” is that the justice system works. So thus, political criminals would be caught.

    Jacob Isbell – I enjoyed that guy. You can tell that he really cares about others.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      By the way,
      I am so glad that Jacob Isbell asked James Corbett questions about his work routine and projects.

      I always have admired the amount of production which James accomplishes.
      Just the research alone can consume many, many hours. Especially considering that James is adamant on providing credible sources.

      Then there is the writing.
      Again, a “toast to the writers”.
      A lot of time can be spent in organizing and “segue-ing” and tweaking and editing and hyperlinking and making a dry topic sound hot and sexy…or at least interesting. And with humor to sweeten the read.

      Then trying to do a video. Oh gosh. I’ve been there and done that. It can consume many hours. Finding clips or images, panning or tightening, getting the audio synced, etc.

      And then the glitches.
      The glitches.
      Damn the glitches.
      A 5 minute, simple task suddenly turns into a 12 hour nightmare with the butt glued to the chair.

      And another thing. Corbetteers are a tough audience. Damn! One little dot out of place, one misspoken sentence, one questionable source, one blip in the video, and then… …the comments light up! All hell breaks loose. Ears start wilting, grown men cry, torches start lighting up.

      All of the above done along with other routines… Feed the kids, put them to bed, give the wife attention and “do what she wants to do for entertainment”, maintain the website, monitor comments, upload, etc. etc.

      Pretty busy guy.

      • Mielia says:

        Glad you point this out. It always puzzled me how James is actually achieving his performance. But well, it always puzzled how ‘high-performers’ did this and led me to the conclusion (as a student) students (in Germany) which are ‘always busy’ (even whilst partying) are actually quite the opposite. Or as someone put it: active is not productive.

        And, by the way: “A 5 minute, simple task suddenly turns into a 12 hour nightmare with the butt glued to the chair.” I believe that’s how he started too.

    • Mielia says:

      “Ironically, my wife’s sister and brother-in-law, both college Professors and strong Democrats, stopped watching “House of Cards” for the opposite reason. They found it too incredulous. They felt that in real life, corruption that deep at the highest offices could never occur.”
      Wtf?
      Sounds like nearly every opinion you’ll read about the ‘establishment’, e.g. Edward Heath. Or said otherwise: Very educated/well-read persons.

  4. Mielia says:

    Who else did think, seeing the thumbnail: What a handsome man :)!
    (In German you would say handsome young man.)

    very very sidenote : so many layers to that onion
    I disgusted Günter Grasses title of the book: Beim Häuten der Zwiebel (shedding the onion) because he points out – after 60 years never mentioning it – he had been a member of the SS in WWII, having been an advocate of the SPD after WWII. And I love the Peer Gynt Suite.
    (Ah, why he needs to mentioned: Reading in my school time was either Blechtrommel or Katz and Maus, in my believe summarized best in the titel: “Literatur als Qual und Gequalle. Über den Kulturbetriebsintriganten Günter Grass.” “Literature as a torment and puddling/jellyfishing. About cultural business machinator/intriguer Günter Grass.” (yeah, German sometimes is a language of neologisms.)

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