Interview 1330 - The Ochelli Effect on Big Oil Technocracy

12/05/20176 Comments

James joins Chuck Ochelli of The Ochelli Effect to discuss soft censorship, big oil and technocracy. As we move into the technocratic future, how do we make sense of the past that brought us to this point, and how do we counteract the agenda?

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  1. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Thank you James for excellent interview… (there is a problem with volume level!!)

    For those who are interested why technocrats and scientist are part of the problem and not the solution.. please invested 9 minutes in the following BANNED TedX talk.

    The Science Delusion by Rupert Sheldrake – link to youtube Ted Talk below

    Interesting fun fact (i read this in a book which i can’t remember the title of)

    Back in the 1800′, a nurse discovered that washing your hands reduces infection and she bough this to the leading doctors of the time, who told “her” to go away and learn her place “woman” etc etc. Now washing your hands is the first line of defense against almost everything….

    This proves just one thing… Scientist are people too, and 6% of them (if not more) are psychopaths.

  2. john.o says:

    “’The science candidates are going to be in favor of things that are scientifically proven to work,’ Phoenix says. ‘That’s the one thing that unites all of us.’

    …She also has one advantage that sets her apart—the support of Star Trek actors…”

    Smart gal! SCIENCE!!! Cute kid. LOVES THE EARTH:

    “The desert is overflowing with life, and we are discovering how it is all connected.”

    (And the coal and mining industry.) “When humans extract resources like trees and coal, repairing the damage is often limited to ‘Let’s throw some dirt in a hole.’…We want to lay the groundwork for a much higher standard. Even though we understand that everything in nature is interconnected, science has become so specialized that no one really knows how to put a complete environment back together.”

    I plan to let Jessie and all those smart Science Kids run things. Way I see it, everything IS connected, and if you know a lot about the desert, you probably know a lot about the future…

  3. heartruth says:

    Just an observation…

    StartPage’s home page notice to Firefox users seems to have toned down significantly over the past 48 hours. (Now I wonder why that might be…. : )

    I should have screen grabbed the one I read yesterday (!) From memory, it included the words “Google” and “aggressively” (i.e. in terms of FF re-setting users’ default search engines to Google).

    Current message: “Firefox’s latest update (57.0.01) tries to reset your default search engine. After the update you can easily reset StartPage as your default search engine.”

  4. sjb says:

    I was pissed off with Fire fox as soon as the latest “update” came out, doesn’t seem to be optional.
    I now have Opera & have also found Brave which seems amazing.
    Opera has a built in VPN which I haven’t tried yet.Not sure if needed here, less censorship maybe, in Ecuador. I can log to Chewube from Firefox, Opera & Brave without joining/logging in.

    Try Brave if u dare. There is a payment – wallet system that lets you give some sort of token to sites you watch & choose.
    Cheers Sandie

  5. weilunion says:

    Good report. Just a note for writers and readers:

    My good friend and colleague, Steve Miller wrote a very important piece in 2013 on the current moves to privatize the brain. Yes, that is right, privatize the brain. It was then the Obama Brain Initiative.

    As Steve wrote back in 2013:

    “When someone is shown a picture of their pet dog, for example, science can detect exactly which part of the brain activates. Scientists are thus able to detect which brain structures are involved when you dream, when you drive the car, when you fall in love or when you do your taxes. The brain, however, is perhaps the most complex thing in Nature. It has 10 billion cells that make 100 trillion connections. Getting down into the individual neurons and connections themselves offers the possibility of actually determining the structures of the mind, human personality and memory.

    These amazing advances will all be privatized. Corporations intend to claim parts of the brain as private property and sell access for a price. The privatization trend has been rampant in biology and medicine for 30 years.”

    You can read more of the history of the privatization of life, the brain and bacteria, as well as all living things at Philosophers for Change. Steve’s article, “Taking Notes: privatizing the brain” can be found at:

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