Interview 1308 – James Corbett on The Last American Vagabond

10/17/201712 Comments

James Corbett appears on The Last American Vagabond to discuss How & Why Big Oil Conquered The World.

via TheLastAmericanVagabond.com:

Many have the false belief that much of the problems we face today as Americans, as a species, are somewhat new problems, or due in large part to modern industrialization.

But what if I told you that most of the root problems, from which stem our current epidemics and outright catastrophes, were not only created by one group, one family even, but were planned and orchestrated, to deliver a few elite organizations monumental wealth, while systematically subjugating and manipulating the average population with design to ultimately provide what has now became their final destination, dominion over the world itself.

From eugenics to technocracy; from GMOs to geoengineering, all of the issues and dangerously rising movements and counter movements we face today, can be traced back to the actions and ambitions of a few elite families, specifically, the Rockefellers. Here to discus this and his new documentary “Why Big Oil Conquered the World” is James Corbett of The Corbett Report.

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  1. Libertydan says:

    9/11 changed everything! The book “Solving 9-11” by investigative journalist Christopher Bollyn exposes how Zionists have taken control of the U.S. government, and how they have gotten the U.S. to eliminate many of Isreal’s enemies . If you think the Rockefeller’s are nuts, you have to look into the Zionists. These Zionists are pushing a world Apocalypse in which they expect to be the only ones left standing. Yes, the Rockefellers collaborated with the Zionist Rothschilds to take control of the world’s reserve currency and thus gain wealth and power beyond those that we perceive as the wealthiest in the world, however the Zionist are in a league of their own. Not even the Rockefellers could have covered up the events of 9/11/01. I am afraid that there are bigger dragons to slay.
    Dan
    PS more info is available at http://www.bollyn.com

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I had organic popcorn while watching Interview 1308 – James Corbett on The Last American Vagabond.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pVuPFVgFek

    This interview really helped solidify different aspects to the “How and Why Big Oil” documentaries. There is so much information in those two documentaries and especially the last one, that the information needs to be reviewed in a variety of contexts in order to digest the implications.

    Each time, I walk away with greater insight.

    One part of this interview which I liked was at the tail end, when Corbett emphasizes that we do have spheres of control which we can apply right now.

    While we can’t control the carbons tax, we can plant some food even if our gardening skills suck…we can connect with the real world and give it a go easy-peasy…just grab some seeds from the produce in the frig and stick it in the ground. Raw peanuts or bell pepper seeds or the chopped base of celery…just stick in the ground. So what if it doesn’t grow on the first go. Not all plants make it.

    We all can do something, because we all do have spheres of influence or individual skills which we can apply. Just spreading the word about the Corbett Report helps to better conditions. Anyway, Corbett is right. The solution begins with what we can do.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    ANECDOTE – The Ideal Family

    The Texas State Fair in Dallas used to be a very big deal going back to the 30’s. A large amount of acreage is devoted to the Fair grounds with many iconic, artful buildings for exhibits. I mean the Dallas Cowboys used to play at the Cotton Bowl which sits on the Fair grounds. Pat Boone was in a movie revolving around the Texas State Fair. The Texas State Fair is currently open this month.

    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. In each massive building were housed many exhibits. The crowds would walk up and down the aisles viewing each exhibit.

    One exhibit left an imprint in my mind.
    Behind the rope at one exhibit was a family of four, a 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 or American instead of Caucasian. I am not sure, because at the time I didn’t even know what the word aryan meant. But the memory stuck. I can still see the little blonde/brown haired girl off to right the side with her Mother who was in a long dress in a chair while the husband on the left was stoically reading a book in a rocking chair. A little blonde boy was moving about.

    I remember being kind of puzzled, like “What gives with this?”
    Out of all the many exhibits, this was the one that left a mark on my memory.

  4. manbearpig says:

    A Corbett Crusade: Paving the Way to no more Roads!

    Don’t know exactly why I had to laugh and cry with Mr Corbett’s parting wisdom…

    “What about the roads?” True formidable insight, formulated live on screen…(I was there for the digital echo at least…)

    “Where we’re going we won’t need roads!!”

    Agorism, creating our own cooperative networks…

    So, thinking outside the petrol-paved box, ultimately what do “we” really want…that could help “us” work together… always the “I” in “We”…and vice versa…

    (“efficiency, immutability, security…transparency…”)??

    Anyhow, I’m relieved to say that I’ll be burying my own private little hatchet concerning bitcoin and blockchain…

    Though I continue to believe that the mixed messages concerning these technologies (bitcoin’s reinjection into circulation when seized by the police, the negative rhetoric, its adoption by superinstitutions, major energy companies etc.) are deliberately put out there to tease and entice the more thoughtful, enterprising “dissidents” among us…get us familiarized with and attracted to the very technologies that will be used to enslave us…perversely getting the “conspiracy theorists and rebels” to act as the emissaries for them…

    Though I continue to strongly suspect that The Circle, with its hyper charismatic superstars Emma Watson and Tom Hanks, really is a sort of analogy for the sacrosanct “transparency” featured and sold as one of the awesome advantages of blockchain along with “efficiency, immutability and security”…

    Though I was not particularly moved by the pep talk linked under the last “subscriber newsletter” entitled “Blockchain vs Bullshit”…

    Mr. Corbett’s sincerity, elocution and enthousiasm are so contagious and persuasive that…

    I’m gonna go plant some chili peppers or some winter resistant bush…

    thinking “We’ve gotta creatively exploit these powerful technologies to our own advantage while we still can…”

    as personally I have no other vision “forward”…

    but my paranoia is such that I suspect that our brand of blockchain solution was also founded and patented by the eugenicists…

    I mean, it seems paradoxical to prevent technocracy by adopting revolutionary technologies… but that’s just my binary thinking cranking away…for or against…this or that, black or white etc etc

    a trustless technocracy..fueled by a collective sense of having been betrayed…

    trust…anti-trust…trustworthy…trustless… what powerful semiotic manipulation is taking place using these words…?

    anyhow…for the moment

    I’ll bank on “debanking all of us”…and paving the way to no more roads…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I remember the days prior to the Interstate Highways back in the 1950’s.
      A lot of roads were dirt or gravel or Caliche (boy!…sticks to your shoes when wet) or oil dumped on the sandy soil of East Texas timber area or black-top city roads which ‘bubbled’ sticky goo on hot summer days.

      That blacktop ‘bubbling goo’ would pop when your bicycle rode over it as you traveled through the segregated Black part of town in East Texas to go to the white City swimming pool. Dogs would be loose and chase your heels as old black men sat calmly on the front porch watching those white boys raise their feet up the bike in panic and try to get out of there. I was one of those white boys. Looking back, I am sure it was entertaining from the porch point of view.

      The main highway from Texas to Oklahoma City was just two lanes on the same cut, one north, one south, with no ‘shoulder’. Cars would go 70 or 80 mph next to each other in opposite directions. Those Burma Shave signs on the fence posts went by quickly.

      Historically, folks in rural areas would get together, forming their own road path to get to town. It was a cooperative effort of the community with people donating parts of their land to use as access.
      Even today, when driving around in the sticks and following a map, a person can be surprised that one ends up on an the old, bumpy dirt road going through low streams or creeks and past frontier graveyards or ghost towns. Fascinating and beautiful history as one travels alone through the rural areas.

      The cattle drives post Civil War. It was a free range drive.
      People did what works.

      Texas History ROADS – http://www.thc.texas.gov/preserve/projects-and-programs/historic-texas-highways/publications-roadside-architecture/history

    • mkey says:

      This matter reminds me of one “Voyager” TV show episode, some of you may relate. Being a fan of science fiction, some of that fandom spills over to space operas, I like that show, even if at least a third of episodes are absolutely ghastly.

      Anyway, the little ship goes through space, years and years away from Earth; people aboard just want to get back home, while doing a lot of backtracking along the way, exploring, dying etc. On one faithful space day they come about a nebula which seems to contain a wormhole, opening a shortcut to Earth. Everyone is ecstatic about it, of course. Everyone, bar one.

      The one having reserve against this plot is the ex borg (the technocratic space collective) woman, the one that has rescinded her borg entanglements in favor of restoring her humanity, of which she knew very little since being taken into the borg at a young age. From all the others on board the ship she distinguished herself also by the fact she didn’t have any wish to get back “home” as she was born in space to her scientist parents.

      She’s looking at the data objectively and sees it for what it is: the readings others were interpreting as “a wormhole” was a mere Seirene-esque space mega creature hiding in the nebula, attracting space wanderers with false promises, gorging on space ships and dark matter. Only later she falls under the influence of the creature, when its machinations become better aligned with her wishes.

      I often wonder about what kind of solutions will we encounter along the way to recovery, which won’t be solutions at all, but will look like juicy solutions none the less. With cryptocurrency, I fear many have fallen for some of the promises because of which they ignore the pitfalls. The fact much of it is wrapped in techno babble doesn’t alleviate the problem.

      Lets say you’re a very powerful person, one who has much influence and practically unlimited funds. A new technology comes around, one which is not exactly in the reach of your conniving hands, however you are not completely without means. You know what worked well in the past, like booms and busts as catalytic events for fundamental power grabs. If you can make it rise, you can make it crash and burn. How difficult is it to manipulate the price of cryptos?

      Problem, reaction, solution. We’ve been down this path several times now.

      • manbearpig says:

        yup…watch out for those wormholes…(especially in virus form)…and don’t put all your cryptocurrencies in the same basket…I guess…

        Voyager…think I missed that series…have to check it out!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        mkey,
        I enjoyed the analogy / allegory.

        I think that you are right about the fact that commodities of value (from currencies to cotton) will always contain the liability of being manipulated.
        I guess one would be naïve not to expect it.

        • mkey says:

          Yes, that’s exactly right. Holding on to blind belief only exacerbates the situaton. Money and currencies are not sent from god, they are utilites value of which is based on a promise. If it can’t be trusted, you’re going to get robbed.

    • auto says:

      “What about the roads?”
      Where I live 100 years ago you could journey to the furthest points of the major metro area North, South, East and West, by streetcar system. The streetcar network was bought and destroyed by Big Oil, Autos and Rubber, with the help of the Mafia.

  5. herrqlys says:

    In the “normal” business world it is unusual for the family of the founder of a very successful corporate enterprise to maintain control for more than a second generation. The following generations, born into a lap of relative luxury and ease, run the risk of becoming wastrels and dilettantes, and in this environment may never develop the vision and drive to succeed that the original business founder had. The Rothschilds, Rockefellers and others (perhaps royal families?) somehow did it differently.

    Perhaps the successful dynasties develop a method of educating their offspring to be of the right mindset and knowledge. Obviously there is enough money to hire the very best talent in every area of business, including the programming of the children who will be heirs and beneficiaries of the empire.

    My point in all of this: is it possible that the vagaries of being human, in the longer term, will deflect the singlemindedness of world domination seekers? In a relay race it is not unkown for the baton to be fumbled and dropped during an exchange.

    There will be exceptional others in the entourage of the principals who may see the way forward, but this creates branches on the tree. Does it really matter?

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