Interview 1415 - James Corbett on Proven Conspiracies

01/28/201919 Comments

James Corbett joins Keith Knight of Don't Tread on Anyone for a brainstorming session about conspiracy theories and conspiracy facts. We run through a list of some proven conspiracies and discuss why the so-called skeptics dismiss all conspiracies with logically fallacious arguments.

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  1. keithk says:

    Had a blast doing this James, and yes I mistakenly said NSSM 200 was published in 1924 when it was 1974 and forgot to mention Ecoscience author John P. Holdren was a Senior Advisor to Barack Obama on Science and Technology.

  2. m.clare says:

    What better environment to participate in a conspiracy than one in which the highest insult is to be labeled a Conspiracy Theorist?

  3. Ian Davis says:

    Oh look, it appears Aircraft rendered tartan skies may be effectively geoengineering. Though the official line is that this is an ‘accident’ . . . .if you can believe that?

  4. scpat says:

    Keith, your knowledge and recall of information is quite impressive. I enjoy your interviews.

    Another couple good books on proven conspiracies:

    JFK and the Unspeakable by James W. Douglas

    Dark Alliance by Gary Webb

  5. manbearpig says:


    I must be psychopathic:

    on top of that…

    I’m what some in vogue alt media personalities would call

    “a conspiracy buff…”


    • manbearpig says:

      But at least I’m not a Spectik,

      I mean…

      a septic tank…

    • CQ says:

      Noticing that the phrase “climate denialism psychologists” brings up 8,870,000 results in less than a second, I decided to find out how many results appear from just plain “climate denial”: 36.5 million. Incredible. That figure includes phrases like “climate science denial” and “climate change denial.”

      Seeing this voluminous number of results made me decide to compare the popularity of “climate denial” to the phrase it was lifted from: “holocaust denial.” Turns out a search for the latter brings up a mere 10.6 million results–meaning it’s been written about on the internet three times less frequently than “climate denial,” or however one wants to put it.

      Who would’ve dreamed that denying a human-caused, death-of-the-planet-inducing increase in C02 would ever be considered thrice as evil as the reviled Hitler and his holocaust-producing Nazis? I guess the wickedness of climate denialism is a testament to true environmentalists like Al Gore and Maurice Strong and to the might of the modern-day propaganda machine.

      As for your next comment, MBP, perhaps Michael Shermer would beg to differ! But as zyxzevn points out below, Shermer is full of it. What just came to mind is this mid-2017 denunciation of Shermer’s tactics by “truther” journalist Craig McKee:

      • manbearpig says:

        Well thanks for making something meaningful out of my otherwise vapid comment.

        I’ll have to look at your Craig McKee link during the week-end after work though, as my computer here won’t load it and time is not permitting unfortunately…

  6. zyxzevn says:

    I know quite a lot of psychology & psychiatry, and I can tell that Shermer has no clue. He is just a charlatan uttering baseless unscientific claims.

    All his claims are just based on his belief that everyone else thinking something different than himself is crazy.

    With my psychology/psychiatry background this is the behavior of a sociopath. Also with some borderline, as he claims that everything else is wrong, except him. Also mixed with some psychosis as he creates his own reality in his mind, excluding any evidence to the contrary.

    He seems well functioning, as he can live in his own little reality where everything seems right. Yet he is very damaging to society as he tries to attack all evidence and witnesses that show a reality different from his own. He is not the only one, and they form groups with other similar thinking people. As they usually have no clue of science themselves, they use the others to make their standpoint seem valid. Just like people suffering borderline.

    To get out of the this state of mind, I would advice him to start using some weed. That will ease the mind. It will help him to accept that others have different ideas.

  7. Lillybilly says:

    I just watched Children Full of Life. I do hope many many teachers go and sit in on his classes, it is and has always been my vision of a classroom – moved to tears to see how perfectly we can move in an imperfect world and how much trauma those children released naturally with each other and learned how wonderful it is to be human. A spark of humanity – may all these children grow into great Oaks of wisdom and the cast a web of wisdom for more children to thrive.

  8. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I enjoyed this interview by Keith.
    It was rapid fire.
    Like Keith mentioned, Corbett’s “psychopath” works was full of important insight which helps to explain many things.

    I am, very much, looking forward to Corbett going into the topic of the Psych War on our minds.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A real statement of Corbett’s character is the fact that he often acknowledges other researchers (e.g. TruthStreamMedia, other YouTubers, writers, etc.)

  9. FlyingAxblade says:

    @20:20~~to find the Base of the Deep State/Globalists don’t we just have to look at who has been doing these specific “Occult” atrocities the longest?
    The Mohammadeans didn’t start until 7th Century, the Masoretes (forerunners of eventually Zionism) began in the 7th Century, but didn’t get their version finished until the 9th Century. So that leaves the Vatican from the 5th Century & on, particularly vile, beginning in the tada 9th Century.
    So, the Papacy is the font of worse than Satanism.

  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    January 25, 2019 – Texas Supreme Court Case
    Austin, Texas Activist – Dr. Laura Pressley

    Dr. Laura Pressley has one heck of a history as an activist in the Texas area. You can hear her support the Anti Water Fluoridation effort in Austin, Texas by going to YouTube (many videos).
    There is an impressive 4 minute audio about 9/11 Truth in this Austin NPR Station’s 2014 article…

    Following the Austin City Council’s vote approving water fluoridation, Laura Pressley ran for office to be a City Council Member. Some odd things occurred surrounding the election process.
    Laura didn’t give up on transparency.
    She got beat-up along the way as she fought the system.

    Recently, she had some good news coming down from the Texas Supreme Court.
    You can see the court judgement at the link contained in the following sentence at the bottom of her website… …”Click HERE for links to the various legal briefs filed in the case to date.”

  11. NES says:

    Keith Knight is a sharp guy. Good interview.

    Shermer is just a poop-shoveling peasant writing copy to please his overlords and hoping to take in the Normie masses in the process. I seriously doubt anything he has ever said will be historically significant written or otherwise–except perhaps his rampant stupidity on subjects.

  12. Octium says:

    Not so much of a proven conspiracy theory, but a conspiracy they managed to keep hidden from recording artists and the public for 11 years….

    “When a fire destroyed a vault of song recordings 11 years ago, Universal Music Group went into crisis mode and downplayed what amounted to ‘the biggest disaster in the history of the music business”

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