Interview 1331 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

12/07/201759 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. This week:

Story #1: Trump To Recognize Jerusalem As Israeli Capital

Video: Trump Endorses Netanyahu for Prime Minister In 2013

Trump Wins Over AIPAC With ‘True Friend of Israel’ Speech

Fake News Causes an Air Strike On Iran and Financial Markets to Crash

“Does Anybody Really Believe In World Government?”

Story #2: YouTube Hiring 10,000 People to Police Offensive Videos

Shots Fired in the Media War! Corbett Report Hit!

Story #3: The Surgeon Who Wants to Connect You to the Internet with a Brain Implant

How Criminal Courts Are Putting Brains—Not People—on Trial

Vin Armani on Self Ownership, Property and Morality

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  1. john.o says:

    I will give up on r-b-t s-x, but I would sure like to see “bioreductionism” at least as as big as “terror” in the SEARCH BY TAG section.

    It seems to be at least as big a control mechanism, especially in the long run. The marketer in me says the world needs less high-falutin but equally non-loaded terms for bioreductionism, but it is better than nothing and needed at a certain level of modern educabuzzed NYTimes discourse, no doubt.

    Thanks for the reminder link to the World Gov/Mind Renewed/Uber-conspiracy theory podcast (top of my list) and for another great episode. Jam packed. Nuts and nuggets everywhere. Well done, gentlemen.

    Yours, contra the soul-killing psychocidal mind-f__k of bioreductionism

  2. manbearpig says:

    Fleeting break-time reflections on this NWNW:

    The Expert says “Wells had several abnormalities in the frontal regions of his brain plus a very

    bad genetic profile…”

    So “Bad Genes” have faded in favor of more stylish BGPs (Bad genetic profiles)?

    So now we can credibly re-use the terms inferior, superior, healthy, unhealthy, Wells, Unwells, good and bad in reference to genetic profiles…?

    In this triumphant age of the Coming-Out have Crypto-Eugenics officially come out of the closet?

    On another note, I’ve often considered the fact that besides the blatantly sadistic ways in which israeli powers are going about destroying Palestine and Palestinians (the routine humiliation at checkpoints, the white phosphorous, the in-your-face disregard for morality and laws

    that this controlled demolition of this People is in and of itself a mission designed to make half the world furious and compromise the morals and cognitive integrity of the other half.

    Global divide and conquer keeping the masses explosively emotional, the Middle East divided and the world in chaos.

    Finally, in an Orwellian Technocracy where doublespeak is de rigueur ‘bio-reductionism’ is the obvious counterpart to and reality behind ‘bio-sustainability’.

    now back to hamsterwheel activation…

    • mkey says:

      Your global divide hypothesis may be completely correct. Israelis have enough firepower to reduce what’s left of Palestine to rubble and the media would white wash their retaliatory strike till kingdom come. This confrontation plays a role on many levels and it may be safely assumed many people stand to benefit from it. Would Israel stand to gain defense money from their little brother US of A were it not for the constant threat in the form of fluke missiles fired at uninhabited illegal settlements under Israeli control.

      I hold no hope we’ll manage to see this issue resolved during my lifetime.

      • manbearpig says:

        Very good point about the need for permanent Palestinian “threat” to continue to justify all number of cynical agendas…you see? I still haven’t fully assimilated this Hegelian Dialectic thing…

      • john.o says:

        I basically agree with you at some level, mkey that the thing is managed to keep the war machine running. But:

        “Israelis have enough firepower to reduce what’s left of Palestine to rubble and the media would white wash their retaliatory strike till kingdom come.”

        What about Russia and China? They do still exist as world powers – or at least dynastic interests in any eventual NWO aristocracy. China is openly competing for Africa and ME alliances. Russia would not whitewash Israeli genocide quite so fast, even if only because that would be a missed opportunity

        I think you are still right though, and I am constantly stretching my head around how wars and other historical disasters can be stage-managed, manipulated, phony and very real conflicts, with very real consequences, all at the same time.

        I am thinking of show business and pro fighting as models. The competitors passions are real half the time anyway, as are some of the contests and results, but it’s all managed from above by business people, and other powerful players get their cut and say so too, and these are all competing, though sometimes allied, interests themselves, and they all die eventually and leave power vacuums at every level…

        What’s new here is the global end game factor.

        In the case of Trump recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, I would say that someone wants shit to fly far beyond the reaches of Palestine.

        Somebody might just be thinking they are going to WIN this thing, and I am not sure their plans depend on which parties end up beneath them, alive or dead, in the hierarchy of winners and losers we call history.

        I pay little attention to Trump. When I do my street smarts tell me he is managed with drugs and mind control. Anyway, somebody is calling his shots from above. Trying to figure out who exactly is at war with whom in the upper reaches of the kakistocracy right now, and which are street fights, which random nutty moves, that is confusing.

        • mkey says:

          If we decide to fall for that “west-east” thing, I’d say both Russia and China need to pick their battles. Like how Russia got into Syria to fight “ISIS”, swooped USA out of the way, then offered Obama a face saving opportunity and finally left the country as if on a tight schedule. Figuring these events out is rather complicated if not impossible.

          Regarding Trump chump, some of his videos might be animated, as well. That’s always an option.

      • mchen says:

        US has lost her dignity completely: Israel says “ suck my cock!”, and she does it obediently, in front of the whole world!

        • herrqlys says:

          Graphically correct.

        • john.o says:

          Or it’s a porn scene where the US encourages Israel (on orders of the Director) to make that unseemly demand, and the US complies eagerly, mostly for profit. (Who knows how much of the excitement is real?)

          But we’ve been living through the money shot in slo mo for decades so this metaphor might be off somewhere…

  3. john.o says:

    yep, yep, yep…1st item of business: is “bio-reductionism” hyphenated or not?

    In my corner, those bioreductionistic jokers being their own bad unhyphenated selves:

    But I am not trying to be right, just gain SEO. What do you think?

    • manbearpig says:

      Looks mightily intersting but Friggin’ paywall…

      • herrqlys says:

        Yep, I’m paywall-adverse myself. I don’t mind subscribing to things I’ve properly sampled and find value in, though. Integrity is at the top of my list of perceived attributes providing value.

    • john.o says:

      Gentlemen, I (almost) never pay!

      What kind of man do you think I am? I was just looking for hyphen evidence…

      I can tell you pretty much what the paper says and who is funding it by the main thesis, though…let me guess, they will not solve but they will dissolve the body mind “problem” in something that is not you. Odds are, it is eventually patented, whatever else it is.

      Mind/body is mostly a “problem” for those who want to control both.

      When it comes to me controlling me, I have found the study fascinating, but not particularly helpful after 50 years.

      When it comes to them controlling me I now find it even more interesting and – DAMN! – occasionally, it seems to have been effective. Which is why I keep studying it.

  4. DCC says:

    Thanks for all the great content, James!

    The segment on bioreductionism reminded me of an interesting article titled “Your brain does not process information and is not a computer.” The article does a pretty good job outlining the debate over the use of the “brain-as-computer” metaphor, and argues that it is a flawed, and largely rhetorical, construct.

    • john.o says:

      Thanks for that. All in all a fine piece, unusual for an editor of PsychologOps Today.

      But, in spite of his mostly very well argued and true thesis, he saves himself from the persecution. He decimates the bioreductionist brain = computer model but assures us (emphases mine):

      “…newborns come equipped with powerful learning MECHANISMS that allow them to change rapidly…Senses, reflexes and learning MECHANISMS..”

      Whew, my brain is not a computer, but at least it’s a MACHINE!

      I feel better. And so do the PTSB.

      When he says outloud it’s not a mechanism either, the whole modern world will fall apart and he will lose his job.

  5. john.o says:

    Another comment in moderation, but in the meantime I seek clarity on the “bio-reductionism” hyphen question…

    And re: “Interview 600 – James Corbett on The Mind Renewed” – one of those silly puzzles, like, “what if I had turned the corner and not gone to the store and met my wife?” but I will pose it: what if James had moved into an apartment in 2006 without “free” internet? (Even I am Austrian economist enough to put those quotes in.)

    I am personally convinced he was in fact prepared by his whole life somehow for this, because lots of people got free internet in 2006, and there is only one Corbett report, but I am sure glad it wasn’t a subscription newsletter in the mail…

  6. Mielia says:

    One of the seldom times I heard from something not from corbettreport first. Elsagate was featured by ‘normal’ (non-conspiracy as Vinnie would name them) German Youtubers prominently. So, good to see people haven’t lost their minds yet and don’t deny everything.

  7. PeaceFroggs says:

    “Trump To Recognize Jerusalem As Israeli Capital”

    No other country is going to follow Trumps lead, especially if Israel keeps building illegal settlements in East Jerusalem.

    If anything, this US foreign policy faux pas may increase pressure on Israel to stop building illegal settlements.

  8. john.o says:

    I am not sure what happens in Jerusalem is even that much the point, PF.

    I love the NYT wording! Trump has ordered the deep state, oh so severely, to “begin PLANNING to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem over the next several years…”

    If you read that carefully, it is possible that they are really only beginning to plan over the next several years!

    Even if they get past planning, you are right, other nations will balk and that will be news-cycle fodder…a way to sort out friends and enemies and as always, part of the general strategy of tension and destabilization…

    • PeaceFroggs says:

      No country would dare move their embassy in East Jerusalem, not even the US is stupid enough to do something like that. In other words, when the US does indeed move its embassy, it will be in West Jerusalem (not East Jerusalem).

      …meaning? If Israel is to have Jerusalem as its “undivided” capital, then eventually (and I mean soon), they will have to increase their illegal settlement building in and around East Jerusalem, which will only exacerbate the problem, further increasing world wide sympathy for the plight of the Palestinians.

      If and when the dust settles, no country will want to move their embassy on stolen Palestinian land.

  9. Rooster_Ninja says:

    Thank you James and James, that last story blew me away!

    Bio-reductionism is the end result of a belief that our reality is fundamentally a Material one.

    “Free will does not exist and is an illusion,” IS the working basis of current Neuroscience. This IS the first principle that they operate from and they believe it because they have to. It is the only way to rationalize a human conscience in a material world.

    This belief also has a nice side benefit that once you reduce a human to machine status you are morally off the hook for all sorts of evil.

    I think James is spot on with Sophia [Gnostic?], if we note she was given the same status that we all currently enjoy as citizens within a slave state. They aren’t only rising the robot up, they are also lowering us down. They are saying “Look you are a robot too.”

  10. john.o says:

    You got it Rooster_Ninja. Very well said.

    Sophia is not the property of Gnosticism. She figures in all “orthodox” (non-gnostic) Christian and Jewish traditions, with various emphases.

    But she has been a syncretistic, occult, magical and and gnostic favorite, for over 2000 years. And 100% the name is intentional.

    Not only is she saying I am a robot too (THE essential point I agree, Rooster), but she is Sophia, Hochma, Hickmat, Mary, Fatima, Sapientia, smarter than me and hot, if you go for that type.

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    There are so many ways “The Powers That Shouldn’t Be” are trying to dehumanize us.
    Bio-reductionism is one of the more insidious.

  12. manbearpig says:

    When all you’ve got is a Hameroff every bio-reductionist problem looks

    (you can start at the 5 minute mark if you’re in a hurry)


    • manbearpig says:

      Whilst my comment featuring a quantum consciousness youtube link awaits moderation I’ll just say Hameroff has this bio-reductionism problem largely nailed!

      Stuart Hameroff and Roger Penrose: NOT loved by Sophia’s handlers…

      • john.o says:

        Not sure I totally agree with latter. Very tricky.

        I haven’t kept up with Hameroff, and don’t feel qualified in all the details, but am very familiar with Penrose, his “philosophical” inspiration and colleague.

        In the view of people like me and David Chalmers (I disagree with him too, but Philosophy and Conspiracy are both rife with the narcissism of small differences) he is still a naive materialist who has not solved “the hard problem” which is among other things the problem of identity in any explanation of 1st person experience by 3rd person descriptors. see around 2:15 – 3:50

        In spite of my lack of qualifications, I do get the drift of his theories and experiments though, and my gut says he is onto something in terms of HOW the mind works physically and “quantumly.” He also seems (to me personally) like a very, brilliant, gracious, sincere and humble man of science.

        Unfortunately, I fear that, as is so often the case, the fruits of his sincere humility are probably of interest to DARPA, but that’s life.

        • manbearpig says:

          Yes, it’s tricky. Hameroff concedes that, though they’ve had to move the goal post down the road a few decades, within 100 years or so the Kurtzweilians may succeed in producing quantum processes fast enough to create subjective experience, consciousness… reinforcing the objectivication of humans… which may indeed interest DARPA…

          Your editorial also seemed to suggest that exploring the notion of consciousness residing outside of the brain, or that biological matter could contain “spirit” would help science to stop spinning in circles…?

          Or should I stop reading on the bus without my glasses?

          Anyhow, I hope we’re not seeing a Trumped up End of Days. I’m supposed to take my son to Crete in April… non-refundable deposit…

  13. herrqlys says:

    OK. Time for some levity.
    The world is full of wry wit if you look about.

    News item: Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic have defended their sovereign “right” to reject EU-imposed refugee quotas after the European Commission referred the “breach of their legal obligations” to the European Court of Justice.

    News item: Pope Francis calls to adjust the line in The Lord’s Prayer about ‘temptation’.

    In an RT commentary post:
    poland2: “Smother us not with immigration.”

    • john.o says:

      I had always worried about that. Now, instead of a Father who might trick me into harming myself, I can beg him not to sit back and just let it happen.

      There is also this little biblical detail: God specifically leads into temptation and allows people to go off the reservation morally — in the interests of keeping a good story going, or driving history — it happens in Job and Kings and many other places in the OT.

      With John Frum, I have none of these issues. Basically, I just wait for the good stuff.

      It’s gonna happen, dude. If God doesn’t let the Russians win.

      • herrqlys says:

        If you research the various translations (from the original Greek) of the Lord’s Prayer there are MANY bones of contention. Why did Pope Francis chose this particular phrase (from the 5th Petition)?

        I went to several sources for a quick backgrounder but settled upon Wikipedia for ‘Lord’s Prayer’ and ‘Epiousios’.

        4th Petition
        There is vigourous debate about the meaning of the Greek word ‘epiousios’ and its English transalation into the literal ‘daily bread’ rather than ‘supersubstantial bread’, associated with the eucharist as is done in the earliest translations into Latin. Martin Luther eventually changed his own German translation to ‘daily bread’ in 1528.

        5th Petition
        A preponderance of English translations use the phrase “forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors” and was used in Wycliffe’s original English translation.

        “And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass against us” is the translation in the Catholic Church’s ‘Our Father’, in the Anglican Book of Common Prayer, and by some other Protestant denominations.

        There is also the English Language Liturgical Consultation version: “Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us. ”

        Debts, trespasses, sins. Quite a mix: contract law, property law, the immortal soul. Nothing to see here.

        6th Petition
        “But deliver us from evil” is also read as: “Do not let us be led (by ourselves, by others, by Satan) into temptations”. ¿Que paso, El Papa?

  14. manbearpig says:

    I’m curious as to how this Trumpeting about Jerusalem as the Israeli capital will affect Lebanon’s newly restated commitment that came with Hariri’s resignation freeze to “stay distanced” from foreign Arab conflicts…?

    More succinctly stated: How will Hezbollah react to this Israeli capital news…?

    • manbearpig says:

      From Reuters December 7th, 2017

      “We support the call for a new Palestinian intifada (uprising) and escalating the resistance,” Nasrallah said. “It is the biggest, most important and gravest response to the American decision.”

      Nasrallah, who described Trump’s move as “a major historical injustice”, did not outline any direct actions that Hezbollah would take. He called for a mass protest in Beirut’s southern suburbs on Monday.

      “The people of Palestine stand today at the first line of defense for Jerusalem and its shrines,” he added.

      Wonder what Marwa Osman would say…?

  15. manbearpig says:

    Anyone here know if Haniyeh is controlled opposition?

    • manbearpig says:

      If Hamas is controlled opposition, this could get really ugly…

      • john.o says:

        As I see it, the problem is now rarely whether an entity on the world stage is controlled opposition. From some pov, they ALL are.

        The question is by whom and what is the hierarchy of control and to what final apex does it lead, if any…

        The problem reminds me of one in spy intrigue theory. (If anybody recalls the Angleton as mole theory in a recent JFK thread, it is one such occasion.) There are several competing in principle “National” networks of operatives with hidden coded operations that in principle lead up to an apex in each one that is honestly assessing loyalty below.

        But as each network penetrates the other with doubled and then tripled, and even quadrupled, agents at all levels, right to the top, and as operations are carried out with cut-outs, and mind controlled stooges, at some point the question becomes to whom is the apex loyal and WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN?

        So one looks for networks of power above even those, and there they are, but with similar dynamics…and it seems to be turtles all the way up!

        Wheels within wheels (that are no wheels) and apices upon apices (that are not apices).

        To say they are NOT controlled opposition is dishonest, but to say it’s all rigged from some final central apex of power is too.

  16. Pablo de Boer says:

    Jerusalem Post Israel News

    Israel is talking with more countries about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday.

    His announcement comes as the UN Security Council in New York prepares to hold a meeting in New York to discuss US President Donald Trump’s decision Wednesday to officially recognize Jerusalem and move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

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    “I would like to announce that we are already in contact with other countries which will issue a similar recognition,” Netanyahu said at the Foreign Ministry’s Digital Diplomacy Conference in Jerusalem.

    He lauded Trump’s decision explaining that he had earned himself “an eternal role” in Jerusalem’s history and the annals of the Jewish people.

  17. Pablo de Boer says:

    Ryan Dawson on Trump’s Zionist Ball & Chain

    Ryan Dawson returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his latest documentary “Trump’s Zionist Ball & Chain: The Devils of Real Estate.” We discuss the influence of the Kushner family in the Trump Administration and how a Zionist criminal cabal has used various agencies like the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to enrich itself and suborn the US government on behalf of a foreign power.

  18. Pablo de Boer says:

    Donald Trump AIPAC speech highlights

    his video demonstrates beyond any reasonable doubt that the new president of the USA has the same old attitude towards the palestinians, treat every country with respect except those Netanyahu does not like.
    don’t be fooled by his anti-establishment outbursts, Israel IS THE ESTABLISHMENT and Trump is not in command over it.

  19. calibrator says:

    Jimmy Dore also has something to say about this surprising, entirely new, completely unprecedented development:

  20. Pablo de Boer says:

    Ryan Dawson on Michael Flynn, Israeligate and War Profiteers

  21. Pablo de Boer says:

    Tillerson: US Ready for Talks With North Korea ‘Without Preconditions’

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