Interview 1473 - Catallaxy Defined on Declare Your Independence

08/30/201916 Comments

In this clip from his regular weekly appearance on Declare Your Independence, James debunks the "economics" hoax of the language manipulators and defines the "catallactics" solution.

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James Corbett on Declare Your Independence August 28, 2019

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  1. Duck says:
    Paraphrasing you guys….
    “….its a confidence game…. that works as long as you can get people to have confidence…”
    “…its worth what people will give you for it…”
    I know I posted a link to this before, but it appears more appropriate here , sorry

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I’m glad that James does “refreshers”.
    A month or so ago, I was trying to remember the term “Catallaxy”, but couldn’t remember the word.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I like it when James Corbett “Repeats the Message”.

      This “Catallactic” concept is an important fundamental. It is foundational.
      Despite what authorities do, I think that people will form relationships and exchange among themselves.

      Catallactics –
      “…The word in itself speaks of the profound connection that is possible from the act of mutually beneficial exchange…
      … the creation of a community based on exchange and friendship.”

      “…the catallactic understanding of human action. Cooperation and exchange are the very basis of human civilization.”

      ~~~ New Order ~~~
      “…they took the image of an economy managed by a national government or a world authority, implied in the theories of the economists, as a model for their new order.”-(von Mises)

      “Indeed, the dream of the economists has always been to be the engineers of the “new order” in the service of their natural employers, the central planners.

      This is why the conception of technocracy was so immediately appealing to the very overlap of economists and engineers…”

      “…This also explains why economists are doomed to fail in their attempts to construct the perfect set of policies for directing the national economy….”

      QUOTES taken from Corbett Report’s “Episode 331 – Why Economists Are Always Wrong”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Many of Corbett’s episodes and articles tie in well to this road we are now upon.
      A profound favorite of mine is this…
      5 minute video Economics in One Image.

      I kid you not…
      I, Pencil is extremely enlightening and in a beautiful, aesthetic, high wavelength way.
      I recommend listening to the audio in order to capture the beautiful explanation of the miracle of the “invisible hand”.

      The audio is great!
      I, Pencil LINK

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Without any doubt, I know a recession is coming. When? I dunno.
        Also, if we are not already at the beginnings of World War 3, there is also that ugly monster, perhaps, just over the next hill.

        In other words, things could get pretty ugly as the new decade starts.
        A lot of folks talk about prepping and “end of times” apocalyptic type scenarios.

        However, I take heart with that quote from “I, Pencil”. (around the 14 minute mark)
        “…Have faith that free men and women will respond to the invisible hand.”

  3. tgmolitor says:

    Guys, the 2009-to-Present stock market run up in the U.S has less to do with U.S. central bank intervention than it does with international capital flows flowing into the U.S. equities markets because that’s where the greater global returns and safety reside. The bond market has been destroyed by the central banks all over the world and, as such, there are not many places for international money managers and institutions to park money other than Dow Jones blue chip stocks – the preferred parking space for international investors.

  4. Hotfoot says:

    I’m sold on Bitcoin. 81% mined. No brainer. It’s perfect. It’s finite. It won’t go away. Only a matter of time. No con game.

    • brian.s says:

      What do I buy you with? (joke)

      Any currency of exchange is worth whatever it can be exchanged for.

      As it runs on privately owned infrastructure, can it be truly independent of those who operate the infrastructure?

      If ‘super processing A.I’ generates a vast increase of mined bitcoin, what is the result?

      if Sauron guided the making of a technologism, is it as free as it needs to be to lure the no brainers?

      Nothing is more dangerous than a promise or believed security, because it is the condition in which vigilance is dropped. I don’t mean suspicion or cynically negative expectations but alertness for dissonance to a true peace rather than protections of a false to ‘dissonance’ of New Perspective.

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Ernie Hancock mentions “Silver” briefly during the interview with James on Freedom’s Phoenix James Corbett on Declare Your Independence August 28, 2019

    An interesting tidbit about silver which I heard recently, but did not know…
    Worldwide, “investment grade silver number of ounces” available is far, far less than “investment grade gold number of ounces” available.

    Silver has always been thought of as the poor man’s precious metal.
    I’m poor. So I qualify.

    David Morgan is a precious metals and investment specialist. I like him. He is well grounded and without hyperbole.
    SBTV, Silver Bullion TV often has some well organized and interesting interviews.

    (One or two minutes)
    (Rewind for more insight)

  6. Libertydan says:

    The Federal Reserve Notes we exchange for real property and services are owned by the elites that own the Federal Reserve. They can increase or decrease the amount of these Notes in circulation and thus make them worth more or less as they choose. Saving them long term makes little sense, thus the need to “invest” them.
    They can only do this because the United States Inc. has provided them with a monopoly on the paper money used to buy and sell oil. Oil, in a sense, is energy, and energy is power, so paper backed by Oil is the strongest currency on the planet for a good reason.
    Other forms of energy and exchange could upset this power structure, but not without a fight, and these bastards will do anything to stay in power.
    They who control the money supply rule the nation, and they who control the world reserve currency rule the world.
    End the Fed!

    • mkey says:

      I see an issue with that point of view since most of the “money” in circulation is not currency at all, but credit. In other words, debt. Which by it’s very nature is bonding, enslaving. That’s by far more worth to “elites” than property or oil or flow of oil.

      • brian.s says:

        The elitism of self-specialness is the outsourcing of the consequence of denial OUTSIDE itself.
        The idea ‘outside’ self is the use of world and others as dumping grounds or tools, assets and resources FOR the sustainability of such a self image or construct.

  7. cooly says:


    Yes indeed. Credit and debt are a tool of control. And a very effective one. If someone thought about it for 5 minutes that would be transparent, obvious, unless they were retarded.
    And the establishment lenders have no risk of loss, no exposure, as the “money” is not a real thing for them, but it is for everyone else. It is a gun, and they have an unlimited supply of bullets.

  8. brian.s says:

    The acting or playing out of conflicted idea is seemingly done by separate minds in a world of separate things, domains and rulesets. But through and as an expression or consciousness of communication.

    While taking this conversation from the ‘world’ – of effects that are flagged as causal – to the underlying Ideas beneath such appearances may risk a dissociation into merely thinking rather than intuitive recognition, the fact remains that the ideas that are active as currency of exchange. shape and frame the narrative identity of divide and rule as hidden conflict under cover story.

    Identity in cover story is always seeking sustainability as the conditions of support for such identity. Self interest expressed through narrative distortion or if you prefer self-deceit. I focus on self-deceit or self-illusion because it is the critical arena of our individual responsibility. Back-doors to being ‘hacked’ by false or unworthy thinking – from anywhere – are own own correspondences of sympathetic match – such as to be in a sense targeted through un-watched and un-owned or denied fears – not least by the wish for power and protection in keeping them hidden – for which we are suckered or sold what we want to be true – from a partial or limited perspective. As a result of the experience of recognising self-illusion as self-limitation, we receive a practical education in expansion of conscious perspective of awakened responsibility.
    Fool me once, no shame in learning by experience. No need to keep repeating the lesson.
    But the economics of shame and blame operate the idea of lost self in grievance to an evil that must pay it back.

    The push for a carbon-guilted ‘energy-control’ economy is of course also inherently a narrative or thought controlled ‘catalepsy’ under the Internment of Things. Technocracy is a subjugation to an already owned and directed technologism, but obedience to true workability is in relation to true context rather than within a scheme of parts taken out of context.

    Good Housekeeping is the basis for self-responsibility. Sharing or extending true worth is the embodiment of a living culture. We may seem to be being pushed off planet by our own ‘technologism’ of thought and its extension in systemic ‘control’ – but it may be that we are being pushed from our physically framed thinking. Metaphors are useful servants, but are tyrannous masters.

    It is true that we are defining our reality experience and framing our range of responses – and that much of this is occurring through the denial of our own responsibility of thought, word and deed and so is experienced as being done unto us by ‘them’ or by defined conditions.

    The pen is mightier than the sword as the metaphor of idea that shapes the world of actions, but power is not in pulling the wool over toxic debts so as to sustain a racket – but in cancelling or resolving debts to release the toxic burden and free up energy and attention for healing or restoring to true function. Health and wholeness of being is not dysfunctional, meaningless or without purpose – nor the seeking of all these from the frame of thinking that arises from self-lack.

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. -JC]

    • brian.s says:

      While there are different levels and purposes at work the idea of a common Good is not a call to centralised control OR freedom from the checks of a call to account through structures of responsibility held in common (the law). I added this partly because I forgot to change the email notification preference beneath the post 😉

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