Interview 1372 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

07/19/201832 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: US Treasury Quietly Allows ‘Dark Money’ Groups to Keep Donors Secret
https://thefreethoughtproject.com/as-americans-argue-over-russia-us-govt-quietly-allows-dark-money-groups-to-keep-donors-secret/

U.S. Treasury Moves to Protect Identities of ‘Dark Money’ Political Donors
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-tax-groups/u-s-treasury-moves-to-protect-identities-of-dark-money-political-donors-idUSKBN1K704F

Story #2: Japan, US Renew Nuke Pact Amid Japan Plutonium Stock Concern
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/japan-and-us-renew-nuke-pact-amid-japan-plutonium-stock-concern/articleshow/65020883.cms

Japan-US Nuclear Deal Renewed
https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20180716_16/

Joseph Trento on the Secret US-Japanese Plutonium Program
https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-501-joseph-trento-on-the-secret-us-japanese-plutonium-program/

It’s Almost Like Japan *Wants* to Create Godzilla
https://twitter.com/Oni_no_Hanzo/status/1019163806847590400

With North Korea Thaw, Japan Downgrades Missile Alert Level
https://twitter.com/Oni_no_Hanzo/status/1017257826802995200

Story #3: The Pentagon Wants to Bring Mind-Controlled Tech To Troops
https://www.nextgov.com/emerging-tech/2018/07/pentagon-wants-bring-mind-controlled-tech-troops/149776/

Welcome to Your Driverless Future!
https://www.bitchute.com/video/jIbur_aK2WA/

DARPA Exposed
https://www.corbettreport.com/corbett-report-radio-265-darpa-exposed/

The Brain Chip Cometh
https://www.corbettreport.com/the-brain-chip-cometh/

#GoodNewsNextWeek: Get Smart, Dump That Dumb Phone + Flint Filters & Real News
https://www.patreon.com/posts/goodnewsnextweek-20158322

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  1. I Shot Santa says:

    Really good episode, James. I was a little surprised that King James didn’t mention the diplomatic cases of sonic warfare that had happened earlier. In his show, doctors think that the training these people went under before they went there (think spooks, not diplomats), and not the sonic weapons. Some sort of cognitive enhancement training that has this small “side effect” (I hate that phrase as there is NO SUCH THING AS ONE. It either causes something or it doesn’t.) of brain damage and death. And as for driver-less cars, Makes me want to just buy a bunch of helium balloons, a bb gun, and a lawn chair and travel the world redneck style! JimBob who now understands how Japan was the biggest buyer of US arms for some twenty years.

  2. manbearpig says:

    Thanks to Ukdavec I can say that Goldman Sachs, though they insist it’s the technology and not the car that’s essential (“Buy the suppliers” as, I imagine, the tech and suppliers are the same for “smart cars”, smart cities and amazon go-style “just walk out technology” shopping etc.) they are not telling potential investors they believe it will take another century before L4 (total) autonomy cars dominate the roads… They seem to think by 2055 we’ll be well on our way to 100% adoption worldwide, and

    also from the Goldman Sachs’ marketing pamphlet for investors:

    “…From a product perspective, the car will primarily comprise the physical vehicle structure (like today), but with significantly upgraded
    capabilities in the areas of active safety,

    telematics and infotainment,

    and powertrain. The service elements will determine how we engage these vehicles, and while exactly how this works is yet to be determined, it is clear that the process will be managed via software that

    connects cars to users and to each other.

    http://pg.jrj.com.cn/acc/Res/CN_RES/INVEST/2015/9/17/f70472c6-f4ad-4942-8eab-3c01f3c717a7.pdf

    On a totally other note; I’ve realized from this NWNW episode that Japan and Israel have one critical thing in common (besides their “axis” affiliation (evil or other)):

    Nuclear Ambiguity.

    I never really thought about Israel and Japan, at once…yakusa, mossad, yamashita’s treasure…?

    or perhaps… when considering the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki…

  3. Fawlty Towers says:

    James (with reference to Japan):
    “I mean obviously being the only nation to ever suffer nuclear bombings…”

    Nuclear bombings of a massive scale yes, but not the only nation to ever suffer nuclear bombings.

  4. ddave says:

    How long can one perpetuate a lie?
    It would seem that the natural law principles of mentalism and correspondence are not being applied with respect to the constructed reality ie artificial reality relating to these lies.

    Did they go to the moon? Do atomic weapons exist? Is fluoride good for your health? Are vaccinations harmful to ones health? Is killing the life in the soil the way to grow food?

    If one does an inventory of what one knows to be true and then an inventory of what one believes to be true, if one is honest, what one knows to be true does not amount to much. Belief can be true but not necessarily. Truth is a discovery.

    If human beings did not maintain the creation they make then all returns to nature eventually. The artificial world of man is a lie. Only nature holds the truth.

    Instructive is the story of Airships eg R-101. The artificial world of man has his creations and they are not always useful. When they are not useful they cease to be of interest.

    However, for all of mans creations there are adverse consequences. For example mechanical slaves help with mans burdens but what are the effects on his physiology? Can you imagine telling some one some hundred plus years ago that in the future one would pay to get exercise in a gym?

    Interestingly man is truly amazing. Imagine telling someone before automobiles came into existence that, in the future, someone could get in a car and drive towards you at 100+km/h and miss crashing into you by two feet whilst you are driving towards them at a similar speed. Who wants to loose that capability with driver-less cars?

    So what evidence is there that we went to the moon multiple times, playing golf and driving moon buggies, without failure and then throw it all away?

    What evidence is there that atomic weapons exist but they are not used in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Libya, Vietnam, but just twice on small towns in Japan and these towns are flourishing today?

    So is the natural law principle of mentalism being wielded here where information is being repeatedly inserted (believed) into the mind of the unthinking masses (not possible to un-hear) We must program our own mind and nourish it with truth.

    The natural law principle of correspondence would guide us to sense that as with the Airship story when mans creations fail to overcome the principles of nature the creation dies out.

    We can also follow the money and follow the fear porn to discover more about what is likely to be true.

    As said by Buddha, “Three things can not be long hidden, the sun, the moon and the truth.”

    • ddave says:

      Also quite fascinating is the realisation that although one does not know much one can do anything one focuses ones attention on. Law of attraction?

    • mkey says:

      I’d say we don’t know much, if anything at all. I’m going to act as if your questioning wasn’t rhetorical.

      Did they go to the moon?
      Based on evidence available, it stands to reason a manned two way voyage to the moon is technologically impossible. It was impossible in the 60es, it’s still impossible today. Of course, that was probably a very well televised event and many people fell under the spell of what they were seeing on the TV screens. Of course, most of that generation won’t notice that the way space is pictured has changed drastically with imaging technology available in the entertainment industry.

      By the same token, having 9-11 as one of the single largest televised event was detrimental to its effect.

      Do atomic weapons exist?
      I often wonder about that myself. It wouldn’t surprise me either way.

      Is fluoride good for your health?
      Probably, if applied to the teeth properly and from a compound not derived from toxic waste.

      Are vaccinations harmful to ones health?
      I’d bet some aren’t, but there are so many topics mashed together in this issue I fail to make much sense out of it. Only proper studies can answer this question and those are not exactly forthcoming.

      Is killing the life in the soil the way to grow food?
      No, but it’s a good way to kill competition.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        Do atomic weapons exist? I’ve never even questioned it. And I still don’t. I haven’t seen any reason to doubt them.

        Is fluoride good for your health? Not in the slightest. It’s a neurotoxin, which makes it rather unfriendly to the old brain.

        Are vaccinations harmful to one’s health? From the form of the vaccines today (toxins of all sorts), the timing (given before the children have developed the immune system it is supposed to be stimulating), to the delivery method (bypasses every immune system barrier by using needles. Oral, or even a swabbing on the skin (the homeopathic method but that would be an inoculation), there is no aspect of this procedure that makes any sense whatsoever. And these three factors alone make it medial murder on the genocidal scale.
        Killing the life in the soils? Only life can give life. Science has become the art of synthesizing life, rather than understanding it. Arrogant little gods these science priests be. JimBob who wishes science would use some of those reasoning skills they keep claiming they have on tap 24/7. A dash of ethics would give it a nice taste as well.

        • manbearpig says:

          The ethics department’s been conveniently closed, outsourced and bogged down by regulatory paperwork…as ktrammel pointed out.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            Gosh! So even our thinking has to be processed like our food. If only I could think for myself; then I’d be sure to think of something! JimBob who thinks if people did do that, then government would turn into nothingness.

            • manbearpig says:

              Well, I always think I don’t want to think for myself because I can’t think and would prefer that someone else think for me but every time someone else thinks I think they’re wrong and whereas previously I couldn’t think, I think of a thousand reasons why they’re wrong and I wonder why they don’t or can’t think…

              Government will never turn into nothingness ’cause most folks don’t want to take responsibility for their own actions or anything else for that matter…

              well, at least I don’t.

              At least I think I don’t…

              or I don’t think…

              so…

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Ah, but I am starting to have hope they will realize they have to think for themselves. All of this hooplah surrounding the Russian Collusion is having some really positive effects. 1- While the people are going nuts, a lot of them have reason for this; they’re looking at government. And a lot of people are upset. 2- People are starting to rail against the intelligence agencies. The only sources I really see supporting them are the MSM elements; most of the independent media are against them. I don’t know if this holds true for everyone else here,or if it is just my nefarious algorithm at play. This is a start. 3- If nothing is done to satiate this blood-lust then the US won’t be a pretty place to live in. At least from the statist point of view. 4- The more people start to look at government, the happier I get because it invariably leads to people understanding that government is immoral and that a civilized people don’t need no stinkin’ badges. JimBob who is a very civilized redneck and he don’t need no stinkin’ badge to tell him what for.

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      If human beings did not maintain the creation they make then all returns to nature eventually. The artificial world of man is a lie. Only nature holds the truth.

      I don’t know if you are attempting to be profound with this statement, but I disagree.
      Just because something disappears (a creation of man) does not mean it’s a lie (it didn’t exist).

      Let’s say man goes back to his primitive means of recording history, using chisel and stone. He records today all the major events that have supposedly taken place over the past thousand years.

      These recordings in stone are not natural however they are lasting.
      Now do they hold the truth?

      Yes and no. The part about JFK, no. The part about 9/11, no. etc.

      However, for all of mans creations there are adverse consequences.

      I certainly wouldn’t say for ‘all’. But then, I suppose someone could come up with a reason why a pencil sharpener has adverse consequences.

      • ddave says:

        Thanks Fawlty Towers for your thoughts.

        It seems I failed to express myself well enough. That the artificial world of man is a lie because nature does not create pencil sharpeners etc. Nature creates life and is alive and self “healing”.

        It reminds me of the movie “The Gods must be crazy” if I remember correctly the empty Coca Cola bottle had unwelcome consequences for the family / tribe. You have probably seen it?

        Man is part of nature but uniquely has free will, a triune brain and spirit to create anything he imagines! When his creations are not in harmony with nature the consequences can be severe. The natural law principle of cause and effect is such that the effect, mild or severe, does not necessarily occur immediately in time after the cause. The last ten years of my neighbour’s life was hell, lung cancer from those many chemicals in the many cigarettes he was smoking.

        It is never a question of going back to the stone age but for our well being we have to be very careful we do not make a life of suffering for ourselves with our creations. We are responsible for our action?

        “A mind all logic is like a knife all blade, it cuts the hand that uses it”

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          I haven’t seen ‘The Gods Must be Crazy’ but I will try to catch it when I have the chance.
          I agree with all of your 9:23 am post above.

      • ddave says:

        “These recordings in stone are not natural however they are lasting.
        Now do they hold the truth?”

        Can you find a dead thought? As mentioned in the comment truth is a discovery you have to make, not a belief in what you read or are told.

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          As mentioned in the comment truth is a discovery you have to make, not a belief in what you read or are told.

          In principle it sounds great, but in practice, not so much.
          We don’t all have the luxury of being Sherlock Holmes who can get to the crime scene before the blood has dried.

          What do you do when you can’t collect evidence (truth) first hand?

          How do you discover it then, if not by reading or being told?

          • ddave says:

            When one has a purpose, fuelled passion and supported by perseverence one gathers information that supports the imagined outcome. Failure is a powerful way of getting closer to the truth. Discovery is by doing and being able to do it repeatedly.

            There only two ways to be fooled, to believe what is not true and to refuse to accept what is true. Søren Kierkegaard

            • Fawlty Towers says:

              Discovery is by doing and being able to do it repeatedly.

              Sounds a lot like the ‘scientific method’ but from your posts you seem to be leaning more towards religion than science. 🙂

              • ddave says:

                What’s in a name. The father of the scientific method Francis Bacon? said “Nature to be commanded, must be obeyed.”

                There is concentration, Meditation and contemplation.

                The act of creation is reconciling ideas, contradictions, ie a dulality, to a non-dulaistic consciousness (con (with) scire (to know Latin) and then act on the resulting insight. The ego needs to be put in the back pocket as it will interfere with the creative power.

                I think of religion as a belief system, a dogma. Creativity is based on faith in self.

  5. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Am I going “Crazy”

    Almost everyone is making an issue of the Russian meddling of the US Elections!.. You hear so many people discussing it, and the issue does not want to die.., People are tackling this issue as if it is happening for the first time… So, either they are crazy or I am… Here is why.

    Countries have been meddling in each other since SunTzu. United States of America is the country that meddled officially (documented) in other countries the most, including Russia. “Pussy Riot” was US meddling in Russia since 2011.

    US of America started meddling (effing) with other countries around the world (Operation Ajax-1953), which made it OK to do. Now even small and irrelevant countries like U.A.E are meddling in USA (officially documented) and bribing politicians.

    Why are the world not saying the following:

    Yes.. Russia is meddling with the USA elections… and USA is meddling with Russian elections. and this occurs all the times and installing Boris Yeltsin by USA to lead Russia is just an example.

    Either the world is growing silly, or I am going MAD.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I really hear ya VOA !

      • VoiceOfArabi says:

        Hello HomeRemedySupply,

        I am glad I am not the only one going MAD…

        What is scary however… how organized and orchestrated “The Man” is…

        I mean… “They” have everyone singing the same tune….

        – All the Printed Newspaper around the globe.
        – All the MSM, covering the globe
        – All the talk shows that you care to watch.
        – All the comedians that people normally watch.
        – All the popular alternative “personalities” that people watch

        “They” have it tightly organized… It is making me think…

        “did we lose the war already??”

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This slides well into the topic of DARPA mind control…

    TruthStreamMedia DOCUMENTARY RELEASE

    The Minds of Men | Official Trailer | Documentary by Aaron & Melissa Dykes
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWOa0oUCfVo&feature=youtu.be

    EXCERPT
    After more than 3 years of production – including over 10,000 miles on various road trips to historic MK Ultra sites, and countless hours of research, writing and debate – our feature documentary ‘The Minds of Men’ is finally complete.
    And we are so very excited to share our film journey with you all.

    An investigative documentary in 4 parts that took us across the country, into Canada, and into the annals of the library and its forgotten volumes, “The Minds of Men” dissects the official, whitewashed story of MK Ultra – the CIA’s secretive program of experimentation – and connects it with the neuroscience of the Cold War era.
    It is an epic and in-depth journey into the past that will change the way you think about the future, and which you will not forget. It is the ultimate exposé of a period which the CIA and powers-that-be wished to bury forever.

    From isolation and brainwashing techniques, to cybernetics and the “Science of Government”, to the use of electrodes for psychosurgery (and beyond), this covert science was never just about ‘creating the Manchurian candidate’ in a spy-vs-spy game but rather about reprogramming society at large and creating the ‘new man’ through computerized, scientific manipulation.

    You may think you’ve heard this story before, but we promise, you have not.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      Thanks HRS! I feel like such a slacker for not having posted this link myself earlier; but then I remembered that I like being a slacker and so I got over it. JimBob who is slacking away already today.

  7. Hotfoot says:

    Stop Press: Proxy ISIS terrorist coming to a house near YOU soon!

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/07/22/israel-evacuates-800-stranded-white-helmets-jordan-resettlement/

    Lock your bins, folks. Who knows what this lot will get up to..

    • mkey says:

      Have you noticed how the link says 800, but the article title says 400+? That’s what I call fine reporting.

      The Israeli military, which facilitated the group’s passage from the border area outside the Golan Heights into Israel, called the transfer of the group “an exceptional humanitarian effort.”

      White is black, up is down…

      White Helmets have been the target of attacks and, due to their high profile

      Maybe they ought to stop wearing white helmets.

  8. mik says:

    Huge Japan’s stockpile of plutonium is NOT weapons grade! I have to DEBUNK this story (without any particular satisfaction).

    Most of Japan’s plutonium is produced by reprocessing (in Europe or Russia) spent nuclear fuel from nuclear power stations. Nuclear fuel in power stations is “burned” at high burnup therefore it contains too much plutonium-240 which is prone to spontaneous fission. Such a plutonium has very limited usefulness for bombs.

    “Weapons-grade plutonium is defined as being predominantly Pu-239, typically about 93% Pu-239.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weapons-grade_nuclear_material#Weapons-grade_plutonium

    As far as I know Japan doesn’t even have reprocessing facility, Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant is still under construction, Tokai plant is closed.

    http://www.world-nuclear.org/information-library/country-profiles/countries-g-n/japan-nuclear-fuel-cycle.aspx

    Probably they have (had) an operating reactor that is capable for fast exchange of fuel rods (low burnup) and they can produce plutonium-239, they certainly had reprocessing plant. They were able to produce weapons-grade plutonium.
    But this is completely different story, apart from huge stockpile of plutonium.

    Most probably Japan stockpiled plutonium for failed breeder reactor technology and for using for MOX fuel which can be fed to existing reactors.

    MOX fuel is considered a good way of disposing weapons-grade plutonium.
    https://www.state.gov/documents/organization/18557.pdf

    For the end, a sentence from Joseph Trento’s article that is maybe a mistake or it shows lack of understanding:

    “Savannah River built and tested centrifuges, which after further testing at the Argonne National Laboratory, were shipped to Japan for use in the Recycle Energy Test Facility (RETF), a deceptively named plant for separating weapons-grade plutonium from spent fuel.”

    For separating plutonium chemical method PUREX is used!
    Probably you wouldn’t use isotope separation with centrifuges and produce as byproduct Pu-240 that is prone to spontaneous fission.

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