Interview 1391 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

09/27/201831 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:

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Story #1: Greece Uses High-Tech Drones To Fight Tax Evasion In Holiday Hot Spots

U.S. Shadow Economy Has (Positive, Yet) Hidden Impact On Crime

Story #2: 'Lion King' Puppet Technician Arrested After Allegedly Printing 3D Gun At NYC Theater

Owner Of Texas 3-D Gun Company Accused Of Sex With Minor Resigns After Arrest

Courthouse News Drops Journalistic Pretense Of Presumed Innocence, Immediately Calls Wilson “Child Sexual Assaulter” Upon Arrest

Declare Your Independence: Sexual Assault Accusations On Cody Wilson

Story #3: How An American Anthropologist Tied to US Regime-Change Proxies Became The MSM’s Man in Nicaragua

Carl David Goette-Luciak Is On Twitter @CDGoetteLuciak

“Carl David Goette Luciak, CIA Agent In The Dams In Nicaragua”

US Gov. Meddling Machine Boasts of “Laying the Groundwork for Insurrection” in Nicaragua

How the CIA Plants News Stories in the Media

Meet James Corbett, Political Extremist!!! #PropagandaWatch

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  1. orGiveMeDeath says:

    Nice work guys

    Btw found this footage from inside China’s digital dictatorship (might help visualise the dictatorships our governments want to implement):
    Exposing China’s Digital Dystopian Dictatorship | Foreign Correspondent

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Good find on the video, “orGiveMeDeath”.
      A nice supplement to some of the Corbett Report Episodes such as “Sesame Credit: China’s Creepy New Social Engineering Experiment”

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The last line of “New World Next Week” was classic.

    “I Don’t Say Evasion, I Say Avoision” (The Simpsons)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      There is an aspect which I find interesting with the Greece drone story.
      Scare tactics and news stories are desperately designed to try to inhibit black market transactions.
      While certainly, there will be heads on a pike, just like with Cody Wilson or the Lion King guy, these threats and scare tactics demonstrate how difficult it is for authorities to exert absolute control.
      The “Powers That Should Not Be” strain very hard to enforce their mandates, even when their mandates are pretty silly.

    • scpat says:

      Nice little cookie there

  3. scpat says:

    As far as 3D printed guns, the cat is out of the bag. But hopefully people will pick up the torch and start their own companies to help further this technology and help make it more advanced and accessible.

  4. mkey says:

    Woah, my internet got back this morning and I wish it didn’t. Destruction of the internet may be for the best after all.

    Linux developers threaten to pull “kill switch”

    Activists from the feminist and LGBTQIA+ communities have been trying to force the Linux project to join the Contributor Covenant since at least 2015. The Contributor Covenant is an agreement to implement a special Code of Conduct (frequently CoC from now on) aimed at changing the predominantly white, straight, and male face of programming. CC’s Code of Conduct is controversial particularly because it allows anyone to be banned from contributing code for any reason, usually with no mechanism for oversight or accountability.

    On September 16 the pro-CoC side got their wish (how this happened is a very strange story of its own, read recent news about Linus Torvalds’ departure if you want to know more) — Linux had officially committed to implementing and obeying the CC Code of Conduct — and they immediately set about using it to remove top Linux coders

    A Code of Conduct for Open Source Projects
    Marginalized people also suffer some of the unintended consequences of dogmatic insistence on meritocratic principles of governance. Studies have shown that organizational cultures that value meritocracy often result in greater inequality. People with “merit” are often excused for their bad behavior in public spaces based on the value of their technical contributions. Meritocracy also naively assumes a level playing field, in which everyone has access to the same resources, free time, and common life experiences to draw upon. These factors and more make contributing to open source a daunting prospect for many people, especially women and other underrepresented people.</i.

    The new code of conduct links to a feminist wiki.

    (For more critical analysis of meritocracy, refer to this entry on the Geek Feminism wiki.)

    Can you fucking believe this bullshit?

    An example of how SJW assholes bully, shame, threaten and blackmail code repository maintainers into submission.

    The best thing about it – there is no force in the universe to force any of these groups into “code of conduct”.

    • pearl says:

      Very discouraging. I wonder what became of “dejangoconcardiff”.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


    • frances.v says:

      Equality of opportunity and Meritocracy of outcome are like a right hand and a left hand, one needs both. My linux is 15 years old, thanks to all the gifted coders, regardless of genetic individual ”codes” and most of all, regardless of social(ist) ”codes”. A 15 year old (male, white, autistic, ect… ) found the ”secret space force codes” in the early 21st century ? Ah, but, did the CEO of Military -Global, the twitt, just, said … So, an egalitarian meritocracy with a sense of humor should be good for GNU-LINUX… 🙂

  5. Redneard says:

    Jesus they are getting sloppy.

    Making guns and diddling kids, eh? Okay you shambling, doofy has-beens, let’s do that;

    Cody Wilson: A Microcosm of Arms Production and Male on Female Pedophilia

    What is this obsession with creating weapons and the violation of children?
    What is it about the possession of a stick that goes bang! which apparently entitles facist Chads everywhere to exert their toxicity over any and all innocence they encounter?

    Enter Cody Wilson, the latest in the line of fire-hungry, chaos seeking madmen born from the extremist environment gun control legislation has fostered. Legislation, which, according to Ed Bernay, director of a neo-liberal political thinktank and content creator, the Alt-Wrong are using to churn out Wilsonesque radicals from the public like orcs from a pit. They plan to use these ideologically charged personalities to rally the adoption of laws which increase funding for military and security industries, and ultimately, Bernay says, to secure monopoly over their underground markets.

    “I think people like Wilson are actively and intentionally driving the public toward gun control legislation, because it gives his company a free reign over a black market. The tighter gun control gets, the more money he is able to make selling these designs. If you’re a kingpin in a black market, laws are your best friend. It’s job security.”

    According to Bernay, not only is the public falling for this crypto-facist ploy, but they are inadvertently and directly enabling these mainsprings of abuse-derived money.

    “Black markets can only exist where there is regulation. If you shut one down by force, it just pops up somewhere else. It is the ether which fills the shape around restriction, whatever its form.Therefore black markets are not a force in opposition to legislation, but rather a systemic byproduct of it. If extremism and radicalization are the black markets of social conduct, that is to say the direct result of any control efforts, then they are actually created, fostered and made quite profitable by any attempts to forcibly legislate them”

    • Redneard says:

      Mr. Wilson, whose company Defense Distributed has experienced a skyrocket in sales since the beginning of their legal involvement with the federal government, had planned to ride this wave of profitable restriction to the top. However, like so many in a position of influence, he let his appetites and want for domination get the better of him.

      In the wake of these crimes (which the alt-mouthpieces are quick to dismiss as “allegations,”) we are left with the question; what is it about the proprietization of force that leads to the abuse children? Is this phenomena confined solely to the realm of Ledger-Joker wannabes? Or is there a broader correlation between the purchasing of guns and the solicitation of minors?

      You don’t have to look far to see the answer is yes. For this we can simply turn to the numbers on annual gun and ammunition spending at both the civilian and federal level (which, interestingly, have only increased under legislation.) We then compare this to the rates of crimes against minors in both sectors. Here are the simple facts we can derive;

      In 2012 americans spent 6 billion dollars on guns. That same year, the pentagon had it’s weapons procurement spending at 126 billion, according to the Office of Management and Budget. That’s over twenty times more than the civilian market.

      Guess who committed more crimes against minors that year, civilians or individuals involved with or employed by the government? If you guessed the latter then, terrifyingly, you are correct. Some experts at the time predicted that as many as 1 in 5 government employees had some form of illegal pornography in the possession.

      Think about that. Do you think 1 in 5 people on your street are involved with such heinous material? 1 in 5 of your co-workers? Your friends? If the answer is yes, then you are probably employed by the state, and therefore up to TEN times as likely to abuse children, and HUNDREDS times as likely to have access to the use of weapons.

      So next time you shell out tax money to a government who pays for guns, or patronize monolithic corporations who pay for guns, ask yourself; Am I paying for guns? Am I footing the bill for this pussy-grabbing boys club? If you still think guns can be effectively outlawed, then the answer is yes.

      And Cody Wilson is laughing.

    • pearl says:

      “I think people like Wilson are actively and intentionally driving the public toward gun control legislation, because it gives his company a free reign over a black market. The tighter gun control gets, the more money he is able to make selling these designs. If you’re a kingpin in a black market, laws are your best friend. It’s job security.”

      Intriguing angle, redneard, in-step with the ol’ tried and true playbook. And, if true, we’re always being played and miserably slow to learn.

      (By the way, where do the quoted excerpts in your comment come from? If it’s the radio episode, I’ve not been able to carve out the time to listen to it yet, as it would chain me to my desktop for 3 hours; but I most certainly find your position worth pursuing.)

      • Redneard says:

        That was all completely made up by friends and I.

        I don’t think Cody Wilson is pushing for gun control. Even if he were, the logic of legislation as a function of the black market remains intact and evident (as truth always will be.) The idea with “Wilson’s potential hidden agenda” is that if they want to create these anarchistic Machiavellian super villains, fine; Make it clear that restrictive legislation is all part of their dastardly 4d plot for dominance. Make it clear that printed guns, crypto monies and lawless drug-peddling hate groups all made stronger by attempts to forcefully eliminate them.

        While the part about kingpins is direct truth, the prior is a constructed potentiality which directs invariably to truth.

        Effective propaganda is like good compost, it’s best when layered in.

        • pearl says:

          It’s official: I’m the class idiot! 🙂

        • Redneard says:

          Another tactic visa vi the Bernays drop: Incorrectly site any person or thing you think people should know about or research. This could be a directly ironic reference, such as Edward Bernays erroneously sited in a propaganda article (just a demonstrative placeholder in this instance,) or an indirect reinforcement of the content’s truthful underpinnings, a past event which demonstrates the truth in the context of the referencing article; perhaps a historical figure on the record as having supported legislation which they used to game questionable markets.

          Or more subliminal, elements which positively enforce their worldview or flare outrage, such as reported actions of extremists and sensation pieces of the like. Framed by the wise words of this agreeable neo-liberal intellectual or institute, they can only be left wondering; are these savages truly fed and bred via force of law?

          Just keep reminding the audience that FORCE universally breeds extremism, and CHOICE allows universal prosperity.

    • manbearpig says:

      to proponents of “an armed population is a polite population” or for those who doubt the sincerity of their government, Mr Wilson is an activist.

      From the perspective of unquestioning psy op believers

      cody wilson is a dire and predictable threat.

      so many choose to believe that regulation by the power hungry will save us through regulation.

      so if boogey man cody wilson didn’t exist, the deep state would’ve invented him.

      (remember the old fear of blueprints for building the nuclear bomb in your own living room and implementing it appearing on the internet)?

      we clearly NEED protection from the ostensibly Powerful!!

      • manbearpig says:

        the worst possible fate for a potentially subversive element:

        to be appropriated, assimilated, misrepresented and effectively instrumentalized by the murderous and perverse status quo…

        • Redneard says:

          “Once you know propaganda, it’s all satire.”

          Their frankensteinian renderings of cartoon evil are oafish at best and will be consigned to a mere footnote in the cosmic antiquarian tomb “How to Humiliate Yourself in History.”

      • manbearpig says:

        “regulation will save us through regulation”…oh dear… I hope you catch my drift anyway…

        now back to the friday night beaujolais!

  6. jrgjrg says:

    Pilato needs to move his lighting upwards so his face doesn’t look like Dracula’s lit from below.

  7. Fawlty Towers says:

    You guys (the ‘James Gang’) are the perfect duo for this platform!

    J.E.P. does the setup with just the right mix of sarcasm, wit and incredulity. Then J.C. steps in with his thoughtful, analytic, no-nonsense commentary; cuts to the chase, focused, insightful.

    Congratulations on your winning formula!

    How long have you two been going at it now?
    Close to ten years?

  8. mkey says:

    John Kerry Lies When Questioned About Supporting Al Qaeda in Syria–Zm6D6KI

    Shoutout to homeboy Broze doing god’s work.

  9. mkey says:

    ABANDONED city in America with NO LAWS | Yes Theory

    Ex military base near Salton sea turned into a “lawless” city. Some would even call it an anarchy, conspiracy kooks the lot of them.

    A lot of people would say this slob city is lawless, would you say it’s lawless or would you say…?

    Wizard, the certified insane man:
    No, not lawless, it’s very courteous. Very courteous. And if you step over the line of this courtesy… then it’s lawless. Pretty much that, you know. Be courteous to your neighbor or they will shoot you.

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