Interview 1371 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

07/12/201824 Comments

Welcome back 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: Ross Ulbricht Denied Supreme Court Hearing
https://www.activistpost.com/2018/07/ross-ulbricht-denied-supreme-court-petition-as-alleged-silk-road-co-conspirator-faces-extradition-to-u-s.html

If Trump Really Wanted to Fight the Deep State, He’d #FreeRoss
https://thefreethoughtproject.com/trump-should-use-power-pardon-activists-free/

Lyn Ulbricht Updates Us On Ross Ulbricht (Jul. 11, 2017)
https://www.corbettreport.com/lyn-ulbricht-updates-us-on-ross-ulbricht/

If Ross Ulbricht Is Not Free, Then You Are Not Free
https://tragedyandhope.com/if-ross-ulbricht-is-not-free-then-you-are-not-free/

Dark Web Alleged Silk Road Conspirator Handed to US Authorities
https://news.bitcoin.com/dark-web-alleged-silk-road-conspirator-handed-to-us-authorities/

Roger Ver: My Story of Being Tortured in Prison
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJ07sM5w_Dk

Story #2: Cashless Backlash As Movement Taking Heat From Lawmakers
https://www.technocracy.news/backlash-cashless-movement-taking-heat-from-lawmakers/

Interview w/David Wolman on ‘The End Of Money’
http://mediamonarchy.com/2013/09/david-wolman/

Story #3: DOJ Settles Suit In Landmark Win for 3D-Printable Guns
https://twitter.com/Radomysisky/status/1016841862257274881

Decentralize Everything: How To Avoid the Technocratic Nightmare
https://www.corbettreport.com/decentralize-everything-how-to-avoid-the-technocratic-nightmare/

Nearly Half of Social Media Users Deleted One Account In the Past Year
https://twitter.com/boogiefinger/status/1012453849225973766

#GoodNewsNextWeek: The Return of Hemp For Victory
https://www.bitchute.com/video/Q1MJ4ZJEDQw/

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  1. I Shot Santa says:

    Thank you James for this video. This is truly momentous news that I am having a hard time wrapping my head around its’ implications for freedom. I don’t even like guns, due to the Army making it such a crazy thing of nothing but trouble; but I love the ability to have one. Which is probably not legal for me, but I don’t purchase such things on the ID market. Though I don’t really think I’m doing anything illegal; I just don’t care. However, for those that won’t cross any lines, this is the greatest news for freedom I’ve heard in a long time. Cops will now have to be a bit more polite in my opinion. JimBob who has noted the only time he ever feels like he needs a gun is shortly after some douche says, “Hey longhair, let me see some ID, I have a BOLO on someone that looks just like you.” Already, I know I’m dealing with a liar as I’m a pretty stand=out kind of guy. I never blend. But I digress.

  2. mkey says:

    I’m not certain I understand what’s the deal with the gun story. It’s been a while since unfinished receivers/lowers have been available and legal to be purchased, along with a jig which would allow anyone with some tools at hand (a drill and a vice basically) to crate a 100% lower and turn it into a gun.

    “3d printers” came into the mix here, but other cheaper more available solutions are out there for a while now.

    • mkey says:

      80% Lower Finished in 25 Minutes – 5D Tactical Router Jig – 80% Lower Jigs
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewlOq_1_1Xo

      One needs tools and equipment worth a few hundred dollars. The jig can be reused at least half a dozen times. A lot better to have the option to hold on to one of these instead of grabbing one’s crotch.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        Thanks mkey, I am downloading it now for viewing later on. While I agree guns are essential, I live near woods and own enough household lethal tools to defend myself in close quarters better than a gun (up close, guns are not the deadliest. And in an efficiency apartment like I live in, things are always very close.), so I procrastinate. Also, I probably don’t look at guns like many others. It’s always a very serious decision for me when I pick one up. They’re not cool, flashy, or just testosterone. They are deadly killing machines. So I procrastinate. Foolish I know, but still. So I rely over-much on my own abilities to handle whatever comes up with whatever I have at the moment. A bad plan, but the way I’ve lived my entire life. JimBob who also has such a bad temper that he is a little worried about owning one when the need isn’t absolutely critical. And then, he can still find one.

    • n4x5 says:

      Just to clarify, legal unfinished lower receivers (so-called “80% lowers”) — requiring only a few hand tools to turn into functional 100% parts — have been around for a while now in the US and are still available for purchase without the background check required of 100% lowers. Just rewording; the way you put it, it might sound like they were previously available but no longer are.

      You make a valid point, though. I don’t see the ruling as particularly revolutionary either. Receiver files are already available for download (e.g via The Pirate Bay, albeit with questionable legality). All non-receiver parts needed to build a functioning firearm can be legally purchased in the US without any background check.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      I’m guessing from all this that the real difference this makes is the way it is manufactured, along with the skill level required to do the job. After all, I can easily take pre-made plans and plug them into my 3D printer and print up a gun. At least, that is my understanding of it. But with the rest of it; I might mess up. Okay, I would mess it up. I’m guessing that this just really dumbs it down so that anyone with a 3D printer can make a zipgun. Which I AM in favor of completely. Am I off base with this conclusion? I admit to near complete ignorance on the subject. JimBob who never did claim to be any bastion of knowledge anyway.

      • mkey says:

        I’m really not sure what’s this case about. I guess more various gun models will be available, but 3D printers still being what they are, it’s hard to imagine you’ll be printing an AR-15 any time soon.

        You always need some hardware, like the “desktop CNC” (instead of having a router and a vice)

        https://ghostgunner.net/

        • I Shot Santa says:

          Mkey, with the newer 3D printers you can print any material, so I’m guessing they can print the type of metal needed. That ghostrunner is an expensive set-up! The deposit alone is $250, and I didn’t even see the price. Nor did it include the other items which totaled several hundred dollars. But it would be worth it if I were making them for a few hundred weapons. Though I’m thinking if I were needing that many, I’d just go raid the cops. Or the armory. Not impossible, but not very likely either. JimBob who likes to think of daring deeds and crimes just to sort out which ones interest him the most.

        • Seeker says:

          I dunno, Pennsylvania AG says: By Sunday, 1,000 people had already downloaded 3D plans for AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifles.
          See: http://www.exploreclarion.com/2018/07/30/access-to-3d-printable-gun-plans-blocked-by-pa-lawmakers/

    • Octium says:

      I guess a 3D printer is a lot more private. It can sit in a cupboard and nobody knows you have one unless you are silly enough to plug the controlling computer into the cloud. If you buy unfinished gun components, everybody can guess what you are making and how many.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Pilato is right about cash being used more in some parts of the U.S., especially in the south and in rural areas.

    Barbec’s Restaurant on Garland Road in Dallas ONLY accepts cash or check. No credit cards. A good ole, southern greasy spoon, down-home non-fancy restaurant. In fact, it was one of the few restaurants which allowed smoking on the patio until some customer turned them in to the City for violating the “No Smoking Ordinance at restaurants”. The Dallas 9/11 Truth Group members often meet there.

    Pilato probably heard this news, which really surprised me.
    Oklahoma legalized medical marijuana.
    Oklahoma.
    Yes, Oklahoma.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      HRS, you are so right. Cash has always been king in the south. Well, maybe bartering. However, on the OK legalization I would like to add that fluorians passed a medical marijuana bill a few years back and it’s still not implemented. Of course, fluorida is one of the more corrupt states, it being still under reconstruction what with having everyone in charge of anything from any state above the Mason-Dixon Line (I think that starts at Tifton, Ga for real Deep Fried Southernors), as long as they were kicked out of their home state. It’s a real mess politically. And economically. Well, it’s just a mess. But, we rednecks are used to getting what we want out of the muck. JimBob who notes they’ve tried to drain southern swamps many times with about as much success as trumpy has had in the district of cowardly lions.

      Mkey, I did not know about these other methods. I thought they were all far more technical and required more equipment. I have to admit I don’t own, nor plan to own, a gun anymore. Just rather not shoot anyone. Well, maybe a few hundred people, but they’re all a bunch of jerks.

      • calibrator says:

        So Santa was a jerk, too?
        😉

        • I Shot Santa says:

          Calibrator, well he was landing his reindeer in my corn field. It was just rock salt anyway. Should have heard THAT HOHOHO! JimBob who was always lucky on the rock salt that farmers used to use on people stealing their watermelons.

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I ran across this well referenced article last night…

    The Raisin Conspiracy – killing dogs and making kids sick
    https://medium.com/@MelissaGallico/how-to-keep-your-dentist-from-killing-your-labrador-retriever-and-other-pets-9777e3bdab68

    The article is actually an excerpt of Melissa Gallico’s new book.
    Look at these zits and what raisins or fluoridated water can do…
    http://www.dogsagainstfluoridation.com/news-activism

    The information about Iodine in the book is fascinating.
    Japan is mentioned, because of the seaweed in the diet.
    One Doctor talks about increasing I.Q. by 20 or 30 points through an Iodine prenatal protocol.

  5. scpat says:

    James, why don’t you try your buddy Ernie Hancock. Hes had Cody Wilson on his program multiple times to talk about Cody’s project and court cases.

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    July Friday the 13th
    As I understand it, Facebook is deleting a bunch of alternative media accounts. A big purge.

    I guess they are trying to find the “Corbett Report Facebook Page”, but they can’t find it…so, they are after any alternative media sight they can find.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      I wonder if this weekend also begins the purge by users. After all, I keep hearing how everyone is leaving fedbook. With all the negative publicity (i.e., truth coming out about data collection), the bias towards the majority of users (more conservative overall by a slight margin), and so on; I am surprised that people haven’t fled it in even larger droves. But, the less variety they offer, the fewer satisfied customers they will have left. Which is great for Minds. Vietnam is apparently leaving FB for Minds in droves. Let the purge wars begin! JimBob who hasn’t been to his Minds account in a couple of weeks, but he’s sure he has about a zillion new subscribers from Vietnam. Which looks like a beautiful country filled with beautiful people.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Here is a Jake Passi link to a list taken down in June.
      https://www.minds.com/JakePassi

      Activist Post or Blacklisted News has the article by Phillip Schneider.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        All those organic and meditation sites. Sounds like the medicine/food/technology industry has been busy, busy, busy! JimBob who still remembers that GMO ‘mater that exploded like a water balloon in his mouth and tasted so disgusting that he still doesn’t eat ‘maters.

  7. scpat says:

    Great Liberty Report from today. Touches on a lot of important thought-provoking ideas regarding hysteria over Trump-Putin summit by government “officials” and the MSM.

    http://www.ronpaullibertyreport.com/archives/russiagate-attack-on-our-values-or-power-of-war-propaganda

    • scpat says:

      As I’ve been ruminating on this, I’m realizing how absolutely illuminating this Russiagate stuff is on how the real power systems within the U.S. operate. Keeping the enemy status of Russia (or another convienent enemy) is above all else for both Republicans and Democrats. They are freaking out right now about the Trump-Putin summit. They also speak as if the Russia “election hacking” is a case closed issue. This is insane. Having peaceful relations threatens their entire ideologies. The MSM seems to have been given their marching orders as they are all uniformly parroting the same lines about “Trump throwing the intelligence community under the bus” and their incessant calls of treason. The idea that America is some free, independent country where people have a choice by voting for one party over the other and by having a watchdog media is becoming more laughable by the day. The psychopaths in DC have the same general goals. I assume for most normal people this could be an eye opening experience.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Thanks. I like Ron Paul, though I think he missed the point entirely on the Nato video he did a little while ago when he kept stressing the word “protection” when the term being used by Trumpy was obviously in reference to the hypocrisy of protecting someone from Russia while that person was getting their energy from Russia. Oh well, all of us have a misfire every now and then. Me a lot more than that! But on this one he is right. I don’t have a tv, but when I last saw one they were going on and on and on about the Supreme Court pick and this was before they announced it. I think it was just after the old geezer stepped down. But from what I can infer on the net, it’s crazier than normal. Which of course the Q people are riding straight into the ground! Ahh, all these rabbit holes and I ain’t found a rabbit yet! JimBob who is now getting hungry for some oven-fried rabbit. MMM, MMM, Good!

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