Interview 1496 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

11/21/201919 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: Handing Trump 'Terrifying Authoritarian Surveillance Powers,' House Dems Include Patriot Act Reauthorization in Funding Bill

PDF: “Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2020, and Further Health Extenders Act of 2019”

House Passes Short-Term Spending Bill to Avert Shutdown

Story #2: Operation Blackout - 2020 US (s)Election Simulation Ends With 32 Dead, 200 Injured

PDF: “Operation Blackout Summary of Events”

Wikipedia: Cybereason

5 Reasons This Will Be The Summer of Rage… (Jul. 9, 2016)

The Purge: Election Year – FLNWO #38 (Sep. 19, 2016)

Story #3: Streaming Services Want Thumbprint Verification for Access 👍

Netflix, HBO and Cable Giants Are Coming for Password Cheats

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  1. manbearpig says:

    “As far as the folklore goes..the Vampire…they can’t just burst in…they have to knock on your door and ya have to let the vampire into your house!…”

    or at least its FAANGs…

    …of course, they manage to make an offer that you can’t refuse ’cause you’ve already accepted it…

    the red-hot charcoal of violent revolt is definately heating up… but the economic-enviro-climate doom-stricken kids at the university these days in France are turning it against themselves and setting themselves on fire, literally:

    Greta and Anas…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Good post!
      And I like your quote:
      “As far as the folklore goes..the Vampire…they can’t just burst in…they have to knock on your door and ya have to let the vampire into your house!…” …or at least its FAANGs…

      Definitely the cost of living is impacting us hoi polloi.
      Corbett is correct in assessing that economics is a top issue.

      Your post about the student magnifies how economic situations can cause stress. Poor kid…Someday, he will look back and wish he didn’t strike the match.

      EXCERPT from article
      A 22-year-old student attempted suicide last Friday in Lyon by setting himself on fire outside a French university building. In a Facebook post, the young man decried his precarious financial situation. Student unions are livid.

  2. sherry.a says:

    Guess what was also happening while we were being distracted with the Trump impeachment circus:

    “Wow. House Democrats are ignoring civil liberties and including a three month straight reauthorization of the Patriot Act (with zero reform) in the continuing resolution.”

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Regarding Story #3…
    Technocracy – Recent Anecdotes

    I keep seeing these graduals shifts extorting us into being hijacked.
    Just this week…

    I was sent a replacement credit card by Capital One. I was expecting it in the mail. They had previously emailed me to say that it was coming, because the old one was about to expire.
    In the past, I would just call the 800 phone number placed on a sticker attached to the new card (and placed on the inserted letter), and within 60 seconds would have my new card activated.

    Not this time.
    This time, they wanted me to text a number so Capital One could download a Mobile APP to my phone.
    I don’t want no APP, gringo.
    My face started getting fiery red as I looked throughout their letter and inserts to try to find an 800 phone number for activation. There was NO phone number for activation.

    Capital One had sent me an “Extortion Letter” in order to get themselves onto my phone with their APP.
    “extortion” -my DEFINITION – “the practice of obtaining something through covert ‘threats’ of potential loss.”

    Finally, I went to my desk’s file folder for “Capital One”, waded through past paper bills, and dug up an old credit card activation 800 phone number. I called it, and bingo! Activated.

    ~~~ ~~~ ~~~
    Also, this week I received an email from Frontier. Frontier (used to be Verizon) is my internet provider. Their internet cable goes into my duplex.

    The email said that I could get a year of “Amazon Prime”, entirely for free. Some kind of deal that Frontier worked out with Amazon.
    I ain’t taking it.
    If I had a “normal lifestyle”, I certainly would take the free one year Amazon Prime.

    I’ll be square…
    I despise Frontier, but I also despise the other alternative cable internet provider. They charge me about $73 a month for internet service (no TV nor other add-ons). Spectrum is the alternative and their rates are close to the same.
    About 4 or 7 months ago I had a ‘loud ranting’ firefight both online-chat and over the phone which lasted more than 90 minutes. I had got a teaser piece of promo in the mail promising $25 internet service for new customers. Honestly, I knew the ruse. It was just to grab a new customer, and then upgrade them to add-ons until their bill was $73 or more a month. Spectrum pulls the same tactic. I spoke to/chatted with about 5 people, including supervisors. In the end, they all actually sided with me and said so. After all, they are hourly employees, just like me. I targeted “The Suits”, the executives who come up with these deceptive marketing campaigns.

  4. m.clare says:


  5. calibrator says:

    LOL at story #2:

    The effing Mossad is now “protecting” the US selection…

  6. boon says:

    This Vice bit isn’t good news, but super interesting.

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    At the end of this episode of New World Next Week, the topic of Good News came up.

    I sometimes listen to David Morgan of the Morgan Report. I like him. He is well grounded, ethical, and without hyperbole on his financial outlooks and suggestions. He said he did his homework on the following company.
    From my research, this company is major good news.

    Enviroleach Technologies Inc. (ETI.CN) (EVLLF)
    A stock share price is currently just over a buck in U.S. dollars.
    (4 minute video)

    QUOTE via their website
    “EnviroLeach Technologies is a technology Company engaged in the development and commercialization of environmentally friendly formulas and technologies for the treatment of materials in the mining and recycling sectors.
    Using its proprietary non-cyanide, water-based, neutral pH treatment process, the EnviroLeach formula extracts precious metals from ores, concentrates, and E-Waste using only FDA approved additives and ambient temperature water.”

    If anyone knows anything about the E-waste recycling industry and the mining industry, they know that some nasty toxic chemicals traditionally have been involved. Evidently, in North America alone, more than 17,000 tons of E-waste is created every single day.

    I’m not pimping this company, but…
    The way I see it, this is a way where the average person can support a cleaner environment and also hopefully make some money by investing in a company like this.

  8. durrant says:

    I know you were asking for some good news. I hope this article didn’t come too late.

  9. NES says:

    Patriot Act action is clear evidence that Dems and Repubs are in the SAME CLUB. I made that statement as an aside recently. One woman threw a hissy-fit like a hormone crazed teenager. That’s what the nation is facing over the next year.

    They call it cyber reason? God. Nothing positive there. The State inciters are trying to get ahead of the curve in the election process in order to condition the public. Evoking public violence during the next year, I think, is the goal of the DNC. They’ve been at it since Hillary lost. So? Create programming for the weak and willfully ignorant to follow. Of course, there are the ever abiding hissy-fit people who will rely on the ANTIFAs of the world to incite violent interfaces with other groups while law enforcement is told to stand down in blue states like OR and WA. (That info came from a currently employed police officer in the NW. He stated, “It’s a fact.”)

    In NM? The Sheriffs have already been threatened by the sitting Governor Michele LUJAN GRISHAM to collect all guns OR ELSE–i.e. she’d pull/narrow their future funding–sound familiar? They still refused, siting the 2nd Amendment. She lost the round when her letter was published on the internet, during which she lied about what she did/said. Her approach to power is the norm for US politicians today. They refuse to follow the law of the land. They make-up their own rules as they go. They lie, cheat, steal, construct secret laws to benefit themselves and corporations and imprison the public at will in all of their abuses. Why? They see political office as a power/wealth glomming game and the public as their mark. Those few who do not leave office in disgust get into the game with the bad guys.

    I agree wholeheartedly. The biometric password is insidious but the Normies will do it without a thought to any consequence. It’s SO EASY and that’s what they want.

  10. Mintaka says:

    Regarding story #3.
    The day is coming that we will not be able to log into our own individual computer anymore without an on-line account. A locally generated account will no longer do.
    And of course, this will be for our “protection” and “on-line safety”. Ha!
    Exception will be made for enterprises that have their own authentication system, but they will need to apply for exemption from the vendor. Individuals need not apply.

    When installing the latest Linux operating system, it now gives a screen where you can enter an on-line account as a login for the system. At the moment, there is still a “Skip” button you can click to by-pass this.
    I was thinking, how much longer will this Skip button still be there? Gone in the next version? You can see where this is going.
    With a mandatory on-line account into your computer, they can then track everything you do, from the moment you log in, till the moment you log off. Directly tied to your username.

    Mind you, personal computers will be a thing of the past, you’ll just have a dumb terminal (oh, how things go full circle) with all content coming out of the cloud. This is what the whole cloud push is all about.
    Total centralization of all services, data and information = Total Control.

    I compare it to giving your house keys to a complete stranger. “There you go stranger, make yourself right at home. Come in whenever you like, do whatever you like, you don’t even have to tell me you’re coming or what you’re doing. Be my guest, the milk is in the fridge, I left some cookies for ya”.

    The cloud is the Kill Switch by/for the elite. They can turn off any part of it at will, or the whole thing altogether if required. No company (that’s been stupid enough to put all their services into it) or individual can escape it. The ultimate blackmail / sanctions / cyber-warfare tool.

    No crystal ball glazing required to see where this technology is going. Not the betterment of humanity, but total control over it.
    And again, the strands of the technology web all lead to one place…
    It’s not complicated, it’s simple. It’s only the muddying of the waters that makes it 𝒂𝒑𝒑𝒆𝒂𝒓 to be complicated. That’s part of the deception.

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Good News

    The following 15 minute Fluoride Action Network video was published November 25, 2019.

    In recent years, water fluoridation has again become a topic of strong controversial debate in Calgary, Canada. Calgary was once Corbett’s old stomping ground.

    James Corbett has repeatedly interviewed Dr. Paul Connett of the Fluoride Action Network.
    Dr. Connett gives an introduction to the video clip, explaining the significance of what is occurring. I’m sure you will agree that it is nice to see that we have scientists of integrity in this world.

    O’Brien Institute on the Cognitive Effects of Fluoride
    (15 minutes)

    – Description of the Video –
    In this video, Dr. William Ghali, MD and Dr. Aravind Ganesh, MD strongly admonish attempts to downplay the relevance and importance of emerging evidence of fluoride’s neurotoxicity.
    ~~ Dr William Ghali, MD, is the scientific director of the O’Brien Institute for Public Health at the University of Calgary. Dr. Ghali oversaw the recent O’Brien Institute scientific report on water fluoridation provided to the Calgary city council.
    ~~ Dr Aravind Ganesh, MD, is a neurology specialist and a resident with the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Calgary. Dr. Ganesh was a contributor to the recent O’Brien Institute scientific report on water fluoridation.

    Presentations in this video were given at the Calgary city council hearing on water fluoridation on October 29, 2019.

  12. anna.f says:

    Maybe the word you were looking for is ‘insidious’ James.

  13. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Good News – “Precious Metals as Legal Tender”

    November 26, 2019
    South Carolina Legal Tender Act Would Treat Gold and Silver as Money
    by Michael Maharrey at The Libertarian Institute

    A bill prefiled in the South Carolina House would make gold and silver coins legal tender in the state. Passage of this bill would take a step toward creating currency competition in South Carolina and undermine the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money…

    South Carolina could become the fourth state to recognize gold and silver as legal tender. Utah led the way, reestablishing constitutional money in 2011. Wyoming and Oklahoma have since joined.

    The effect has been most dramatic in Utah where United Precious Metals Association (UMPA) was established after the passage of the Utah Specie Legal Tender Act and the elimination of all taxes on gold and silver.
    UPMA offers accounts denominated in U.S. minted gold and silver dollars.
    The company also recently released the “Utah Goldback.” UPMA describes it as “the first local, voluntary currency to be made of a spendable, beautiful, physical gold.”

    …Constitutional tender expert Professor William Greene said when people in multiple states actually start using gold and silver instead of Federal Reserve Notes, it would effectively nullify the Federal Reserve and end the federal government’s monopoly on money….

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