Interview 1477 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

09/12/201949 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: Trump Administration Asks to Delay Release of 9/11-Related Documents

Debunking the 28 Pages

Long-Hidden 9/11 Commission Interview With Saudi Prince Bandar Released; Intel Chief Prince Turki’s Withheld

NWNW Flashback: Trump Blocks Full Release Of JFK Assassination Records After Last Minute CIA Push (Nov. 2, 2017)

Story #2: Bolton Tried His Best to Draw the U.S. Into War. Luckily He Failed

9/11 Suspects: Rudy Giuliani

Story #3: “Storm Area 51” Event Canceled Over “Safety Concerns”

Area 51: Did Netflix's Bob Lazar Documentary Inspire New Meme?

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Bolton, Iran, Saudi Arabia Purge 2.0 and ‘forced’ Saudi shareholders for Aramco, Petrodollar & international currency rates, ?Russia?, ?China?, Japan’s Stock market?, Syria-Iraq-Iran pipeline floated idea, U.S. Corporate Shale Oil bust & natural gas outlook, etc.

    Can it get more complex?

    The timing of the Bolton exit coincides with the Saudi Arabia Purge 2.0.
    Some news stories…

    September 12th’s Oil Market had this note: Prices have been under pressure after a report that President Trump was considering easing sanctions on Iran, a move that would potentially increase global oil supply.

    Something is happening on the global stage. It seems that many countries are under financial stress, especially when one views the currency situation and devaluation race.

    Saudi Arabia now seems in a panic to go public with Aramco. For the longest, they have been holding out for higher oil prices with an IPO. Not now. And they are in a quandary.
    They can not really list Aramco on the NYSE, because of the “28 pages” wild card lawsuit liability. Hong Kong is out of the game for a listing…too much turmoil. London is just a U.S. puppet. Perhaps Japan?

    The oil and natural gas industry is in a slump and a mess.
    Demand is not like it was a few years ago, whether for fuel or for products.
    Recently, the rumor mill said Russia hinted at $25 oil on an extended forecast.
    Most viable oil production needs at least $60 a barrel. Prices have been moving sideways just below that $60 mark.
    U.S. oil producers, for the most part, are in hawk up to the top of the repossessed rigs. And they produce “sweet crude” which has a limited hangout. Diesel fuel is the largest transportation type fuel, and it requires a “sour crude”.

    I could go on.
    But something is up on the global stage.

    • HomeRemedySupply says: – September 11, 2019
      Article by Tsvetana Paraskova
      Aramco Gives Top IPO Roles To Nine Of The World’s Biggest Banks

      …The winners in the world’s largest share sale who will act as joint global coordinators are JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Citi, HSBC, and Saudi Arabia’s National Commercial Bank and Samba, the sources told Reuters…

      …The Saudi oil giant is ready to list on international markets alongside its primary listing on the Saudi stock exchange, Aramco’s chief executive officer Amin Nasser said on Tuesday, as the Kingdom has noticeably sped up the timeline for the IPO.

      The top manager of the Saudi state oil firm reiterated that it’s up to the sole shareholder of the company – the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – to decide when the listing will take place.

      Last week, Saudi Arabia started to fast-track Aramco’s IPO, with Khalid al-Falih losing both his role as chairman of the board for Aramco and as the Kingdom’s energy minister. Abdulaziz bin Salman, the King’s son and half-brother of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is the new energy minister and represent a further coalescing of power around the Crown Prince.

      Saudi Arabia’s new energy minister, Abdulaziz bin Salman, said on Monday in his first public comments after taking over from al-Falih that the Kingdom aims to have the IPO take place “as soon as possible.”

      Aramco’s CEO Nasser said on Tuesday that a domestic market listing would take place “very soon.”

  2. RobinHood77 says:

    Hello Corbett Report Community,

    I haven’t commented here for years, not having much to add to James superb research and reporting.

    I have recently been sharing all the ”9/11 Whistleblowers” on social media and I got this comment from my daughter yesterday.

    ”Dad,you have all the right to question what occurred that day,however out of respect for everybody that actually did die that day maybe you can hold on to the conspiracy theories until the day after 9/11.”

    I know there is a good reply to this comment but it is not coming to me right now.

    I would appreciate any tips you all might have,


    Robin Hood

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Perhaps a short video with Bob McIlvaine whose son was likely killed by explosions which went off in the lobby of one of the Towers before the Towers collapsed, or perhaps a clip from “Press For Truth” video.

      William Rodriguez worked very hard with the families of those who died on 9/11. He helped to establish the Family Committee.
      Corbett’s Video QUEUED

    • pearl says:

      Like you, RobinHood, I’d be stunned by that frequently used admonishment. The overwhelming facts are on our side, and yet…

      Each and every person who has tried to convince another has been confronted by an impressive arsenal of shaming comebacks and dismissive retorts. If there is a collection of articles addressing these flaming arrows, I’d very much appreciate being pointed in that direction. I need all the help I can get.

    • Octium says:

      I’d say what is so special about the 11th? So many victims of 9/11 died on other days after then and are still dying. People who joined the rescue and cleanup on the following days who were poisoned. What about all other people in the world, like Iraqi children born after 9/11 still being poisoned by the depleted uranium from the unjustified invasion. Beware of the skin deep who get their kicks from holding memorials and are not interested in bringing criminals to justice.

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      ”Dad,you have all the right to question what occurred that day,however out of respect for everybody that actually did die that day maybe you can hold on to the conspiracy theories until the day after 9/11.”

      Simply tell her, “When you eventually learn about the lack of respect the U.S. government had for the million plus citizens it killed in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria due to the false flag attacks on 9/11, you will no longer be asking me this question.”

    • manbearpig says:

      What d’you say to:

      “…out of respect for everybody that actually did die that day maybe you can hold on to the conspiracy theories until the day after 9/11…” ?

      I’d say (similar to others here)

      “…out of respect for everybody that actually did die that day and who continues to die to this day, we must keep keep trying to understand what happened that day, as the victims’ families themselves are doing, until the true perpetrators are brought to justice…”

      and then remind her that the official fairy tale of what happened that day is itself a conspiracy theory.

      (but unfortunately, in my experience, and with all due respect for both you and your daughter, anyone who would actually say the thing your daughter said, either does so because they’re embarassed and is repeating what they heard out of peer pressure or is seeking the moral high ground, and so is genuinely intersted neither in respecting the dead, nor in understanding what happened that day.)

      • manbearpig says:

        “…they’re embarassed and is repeating what they heard out of peer pressure or is seeking the moral high ground, and so is genuinely intersted neither in respecting the dead, nor in understanding what happened that day…”

        …which is perfectly human

        …and missionaries can also be quite tiresome…as well…

    • mkey says:

      You should have sent her to her room and seized the mobile phone.

      If she’s too old for that, I guess posting embarrassing pictures from one’s childhood never gets old.

      • manbearpig says:

        “…posting embarrassing pictures from one’s childhood never gets old…”

        not a good plan; she might start identifying with Greta Thunberg…

    • NES says:

      Not good. However, what I’m hearing you say Robinhood77 is that you are not sure enough of yourself in stating your POV. Your daughter has you stymied because she is clearly ‘shaming’ you (a conditioning technique used on her generation to prevent asking or telling truths–she’s bought it) and you are reacting to her POV by not stating your own (some excellent suggestions below) with the authority that supports the 9/11 truth which is clearly, without a single doubt, being hidden.

      The fact that she used the phrase “conspiracy theory” means she is uninformed and following the MSM/CIA conditioning route. As well, she’s likely too young to be interested in or to care about researching her mistakes. There is no fix for that at your end. Bottom line is you can’t tell anyone anything. A person has to find it out for themselves. However, that does not mean you should hide yours. If she’s grown-up enough to shame you then she’s grown up enough to handle the push back created from her actions.

  3. generalbottlewasher says:

    Why are we not clawing back restitution from Israel?
    Why are we not stopping all the stupid firefighter parties to run up the stairwells of the Williams Towers( 1/3 of the World Trade Center, duplicate 50 story building in Tulsa) . I want to act up to shake these brainwashed and brain dead patriotic zombies. Gee lets honor the murder of thousands in New York and prosecuted murder on Iraq’s population in responce to this false flag. Woopie Im ready to die in Afghanistan to make the dancing Israeli’s a holy shingding. Yeah lets gear up and run up 50 flights of stairs so we stay united against the terror. Jesus help me. Im as sad as you to see this go on.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      One last thing. This site as the caution that popped up said is not safe or secure as per Google instruction. Others can read this and its not private. Duh! Its not private because of Google, but they don’t say who its not private from. That’s caregiving in the Rockefeller vain, real caring in today’s kind of caring way. Jezzs the 9-11 holiday sucks the big one.

      • NES says:

        You make so many excellent comments. However, I don’t know about you but I write my comments on this site in the hope that someone/anyone will read them and begin the process of waking-up to what is actually happening on our planet. If one of my/our comments flips the switch in the mind of just one person out there that would have otherwise remained ignorant then I’ve done my job. So F**K Google and it’s algorithms.

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          NES, you as well. I agree 100%. The mind can seem impenetrable. I think and Thank James Corbett for allowing a great deal of mind poking here while other sites don’t. Critiques are not weapons and once were quite civil and appreciated for there corrective,
          ( pallitive) applications.

  4. Mintaka says:

    Trojan Trump: Once a swamp creature, always a swamp creature.
    James’ response to the “sacking” of Bolton was exactly my own.
    Why was Bolton assigned to his post in the first place!
    IMO, he has served his purpose for the past 1.5 years and is moved aside (too many liability issues) for the next psychopath to carry on where he left off.
    Bolton gone a good thing? Be careful what you wish for…
    We’ll see in the next few days/weeks/months. Would like nothing more but to be proven wrong.

    • Mintaka says:

      Well, that didn’t take long, and no, I won’t be proven wrong, darn!

      Same tactic and rhetoric, over and over again. Apportioning blame without any evidence whatsoever.
      The agenda continues unabated, with or without a Bolton.

  5. Hotfoot says:

    9/11 has been solved, my friends. It happened because there isn’t enough ethnic diversity in the CIA, according to this steaming pile of horse manure I just came across on the BBC site.

    Of course, there’ll be some idiot regurgitating it at a water font somewhere.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Headline QUOTE
      “Viewpoint: Was CIA ‘too white’ to spot 9/11 clues?”

      too white?!
      How else can the CIA do a “White Wash”?

    • manbearpig says:

      Wow… lack of diversity caused 9/11… uh huh…I guess that’s somewhere on par with the following:

      “…Attacks against women climate leaders specifically can be further explained by the relationship between misogyny and climate denialism.

      Misogyny at work

      Unlike sexism, an ideology that promotes patriarchal social relations, misogyny is an enforcement mechanism that seeks to punish women who challenge the traditional patriarchal order, according to Cornell University professor Kate Manne.

      Climate denialism has also been linked to traditional assumptions of masculinity. Research shows that climate deniers are more likely to adhere to older forms of industrial modern masculinity that helped to push society towards “industrialization, mechanism and capitalism.”

      Accordingly, some climate deniers prefer this older form of masculinity over a newer “eco-modern masculinity” of care and compassion for the environment.

      A 2019 study found that some men will avoid certain environmental actions, such as recycling or using reusable shopping bags, in order to maintain “an outward-facing heterosexual identity.”

      These versions of heterosexual masculinity appear to be predicated upon the domination and exploitation, rather than the preservation, of the environment…”

      Of course I’m not for insulting or attacking women but there’s a certain leap in logic concluding that

      “…Climate denialism has also been linked to traditional assumptions of masculinity…” and thus misogeny.

      has also been linked to…

      • mkey says:

        Haven’t you received the memo? Yes, it’s impossible to be man while not being a child beating wife hater. That’s just how guys roll in the current millennia. We like our traditions, gas guzzling cars, electricity racking up ACs and our huge carbon footprints (compensating for something else wink-wink).

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    UPDATE to what Pilato and Corbett were talking about regarding “Trump Administration Asks to Delay Release of 9/11-Related Documents”

    EXCERPT from NBC News on September 12th
    U.S. declassifies key name in Saudi-9/11 suit, but won’t release it publicly — The long-awaited decision involved whether to disclose the name of a person who allegedly directed two men in California who assisted hijackers in the 9/11 attacks.
    The Trump administration decided Thursday to declassify a key name long sought by relatives of 9/11 victims who are suing Saudi Arabia over allegations of that country’s involvement, but declined to release the name publicly.

    The name of the individual, which the 9/11 families believe may support their allegation of Saudi involvement in the terror attacks, will be disclosed to the plaintiff’s lawyers under a protective order. The order makes it illegal for those attorneys to release the name to the public, meaning the identity of the individual will remain a secret — at least for now….

    From 911blogger…

  7. parzival says:

    Hooo Whooo! Look what is going on over in Saudi world…

    “The WSJ is out with an update hinting at just how much the price of oil is set to soar when trading reopens late on Sunday after the ((Saudi)) Houthi ((false-flag)) drone attack on the largest Saudi oil processing plant:

    Saudi Arabia is shutting down about half of its oil output after apparently coordinated drone strikes hit Saudi production facilities, people familiar with the matter said, in what Yemen’s Houthi rebels described as one of their largest-ever attacks inside the kingdom.

    The production shutdown amounts to a loss of about five million barrels a day, the people said, roughly 5% of the world’s daily production of crude oil. The kingdom produces 9.8 million barrels a day.

    ‘Oil To Hit $100? Pompeo Blames Iran For “Unprecedented” Drone Attack That Crippled Largest Saudi Oil Processing Facility’

    • manbearpig says:

      Let the next fiery deus ex machina problem reaction solution spectacle begin!! (and Tut! pay no attention to that man behind the curtain…)

      “…And while aramco is assuring it can restore output quickly, in case it can’t the world is looking at a production shortfall of as much as 150MM barrels monthly which – all else equal – could send oil soaring into the triple digits.

      Just what the Aramco IPO ordered!…”

      all the world’s a stage and…
      we all know the rest…

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        Yes the next time oil dips to an unfavorable low price
        we’ll just dig out the ol’ ‘false flag drone the oil processing plant trick’ claiming they need to shut down 50% of their oil output and she’ll be good to go! 🙂

        I love these false flags where you not only create them but also create the false flag confession of the perpetrator!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      September 15, 2019 – ‘Tyler Durden’ 18:14
      Oil Explodes 20% Higher, Biggest Jump On Record

      I have been posting recent Saudi Arabia events on the Summer 2019 “Open Thread”.

      Personally, I think MbS is smiling, and will be in no rush to get things back online (publicly).
      With the Saudi Purge 2.0 and his major push to get Aramco listed ASAP, he needs these higher oil prices. The higher oil prices will meet the target MbS has had for his IPO.
      The REAL money for Saudi Arabia results from the IPO of Aramco.

      IPO’s can be a money-trap sucking-machine if the hype is right and the herd investment community follows…Just ask Leon Black who owns Apollo Global Management about the windfalls from IPO’s…and ask him how his Dad’s banana business handled labor relations south of the border.

  8. mkey says:

    World’s Worst Scientist?

    Michael Mann taken to the cleaners.

  9. mkey says:

    What Happens When You Don’t Stay in the Prescribed Swim Lane

    On prescribed swim lanes.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      That is an excellent, descriptive term: “Prescribed Swim Lane”.

      Around the 13:30 mark, Melissa Dykes talks about “b)” being redacted. I am very curious as to what ” b)” entails.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Homey; I was looking to see what the Saudi false flag may portend and you have highlighted the second news that came out of the topical Berkshire Media Corporation, Tulsa World Sunday News. Plan B.
        One brothers sorrow. Joe Hight and brother Father Paul Hight. The book review by James D. Watts outlines the sorrowful story of Joe Hights older brother who developed paranoid schizophrenia. Joe Hight is an award-winning holder of the Edith Kenny Gaylord Endowed Chair of Journalism Ethics at UCO-Edmond. The book title “Unnecessary Sorrow; A Journalist Investigates the Life and Death of His Older Brother, Ordained, Discarded, Slain by Police.
        In the book quote ” At first, my father thought that maybe someone had slipped him a drug like LSD– it was the late 1960s, early ’70s. Hight said” That has been known to create paranoid episodes but nothing like the sustained problems Paul was having.”
        Homey. I know the parish he was in and he was not alone. A cluster blew up. Others suffered the same and I wonder how much investigation went into the contagiousness of the diagnosis of all who were dehabilitated in such A small area at much the same time… Plan B.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          … “She said that he wasn’t making sense at all. They went to look for him, and when they found him, he was outside staring up at the sky.

          “There were other issues, as well,” he said. “Paul would be found in an almost catatonic state or he was wandering off during the night. He said he was hearing voices, seeing things that weren’t there.”…

          …“Something had happened that affected him deeply, caused him to go off his medications, and that led to this crisis and confrontation,”….

          Man! Go figure. It could have been acid-drugs and/or mercury/lead… and to top it off, medications-withdrawal at the end.

          That story seems to have been picked up throughout Oklahoma.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            He was not the only one in that Dioceses to come down with something. When I saw this I was saying ” somebody did something” cause it affected others very close to him. Too damn coincidental for it to Spread like a cold germ to others. There are a few still living with the developments. The common theme was it came on suddenly.
            These nexuses come together for a reason. They have their numerology and signs we have the other more powerful confluence of good. Wouldn’t it be ironic if we stay in balance, in equalibrium, not one side ever gaining dominance over the other for eternity. .Minds of men ? Seems like a Star Track episode I saw once if it weren’t for the families I know and the schizophrenic sons and daughters that got derailed in front of my eyes. “Somebody did something” should be a national battle cry for somebody to do something!

  10. Mintaka says:

    As I said in another post: “Bolton gone? Be careful what you wish for”.
    Meet Charles Kupperman, Zionist Jew.
    Quite a CV this guy has.
    Who doesn’t mind blowing up the world, as far back as the eighties.

  11. dudley says:


    As we experience another anniversary of 9/11 it is of great importance that we examine the most recent evidence as well as carefully acquired documentation and research over the past 18 years on what may be the most deadly and greatest False Flag event of our time.

    Please look at these links below and decide for yourself what the real truth is behind the 9/11 Story.

    “In a Time of Universal Deceit — Telling the Truth Is a Revolutionary Act” George Orwell

    Evidence of a Directed Energy Weapon (DEW) used to destroy the buildings at the World Trade Center on 9/11 by Dr. Judy Wood “Where Did The Towers Go?”:

    Thermite and Explosives used on World Trade Center Buildings on 9/11 by Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth:

    No Planes Crashed at World Trade Center on 9/11 by Ace Baker “911PsyOpera”:

  12. NES says:

    The various networks and their local patsies played a ton of the ‘9/11-be-sad’ commercials on the telly over and over and over. It made me sick to my stomach and enraged. The Bush administration’s murderers who perpetrated 9/11 for financial gain attempt to bury their tracks deeper very year with a bleeding heart (I don’t think I’ve ever used that phrase.) display as if 3000 people are not dead and still dying because of their sick-o value system. Trump is no different as we see from his refusal to release evidence.

    • cooly says:


      Trump is not making any decisions. He is doing what he is told. His life depends on it. He is just the current salesman. And a useful, distracting idiot. There is no mystery here.

      • NES says:

        You will find no disagreement here.

        I did not intend that Trump could or would do anything to weaken his elitist buddies’ position by acting outside their agenda. However, he is still on the hook as the ‘salesman’ who said NO in the public forum. (And just an FYI. ALL the POTUS’ lives depend on doing the bidding of their overlords–those with the monetary means to buy influence on a worldwide scale. Candidates do not get ‘selected’ otherwise. Nothing new there.)

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