Interview 1528 - James Corbett on the Pandemic of Social Control

03/26/202082 Comments

via We are living in unprecedented times. The powers that ought not to be are trashing the global economy and they are doing it in ways that some of us could have never have imagined, so the question isn’t “has the government overreacted” because we know they clearly have! The question now is “can we come back from this”? In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth speaks with James Corbett of The Corbett Report about the pre planned repose to Covid-19, how governments all over the world are using this to gain a tighter grip of control and most importantly what you can do to protect yourself and your family moving forward in these vary trying and uncertain times.


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  1. thomas.j says:

    “A research group scrapes more than 500,000 Instagram profiles in Italy to see if people are abiding by the quarantine.”

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The Economics

    James Corbett says:
    “…The economic effects …
    The worst part about this…
    …a few years from now, when we are in the depths of economic despair… (“maybe we over-reacted”)…
    …it will be too late…
    it already is too late.”


    I really look forward to Corbett’s next work regarding the economics of all this.

    Economically, things are going to get much worse.
    And drag with us for a long, long time.

    A lot of folks will not have the careers which they have now.
    Baby Boomers…well, it is a sad song.

    If (or when) ‘officialized’ inflation hits…then, I don’t know what the hell will happen.
    Economically, the near-term future years do not look pretty. The rest of the decade might be a long grind.

    • mik says:

      We shall not forget that economy was pretty much zombie before medical fascism. MSM presstitutes will never say this.

      That was just final punch.
      And some on the “left” might be happy to describe this as euthanasia.

      Perfect storm in front of us.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    “Boom Bust”
    March 25, 2020 – Wednesday
    An overview of the Coronavirus spread, government reactions, and markets / economy

  4. Noahsark723 says:

    This is only the beginning!

    There most likely is going to be another event and if I had to take a guess it will be April 19 – May 1st.

    It is a big ritual time for these shitheads where they like to conduct public sacrifice.

    See waco – okc bombing, columbine and so forth…

    I hope I am wrong but from what I am seeing so far, it looks to me that they are going all in – this is going to be the unfolding of agenda 21 – what the US has been doing in the middle east is coming to american soil.

    Get your heads straight and get ready – have no fear – listen to your hearts and instincts – refuse the forced vaccinations and the microchip at all cost. And never bow to tyrants…

    Welcome to the Brave New World:

    but Surely in the end of this Babylon will Fall

    So it is time to Get on Out:

  5. Hotfoot says:

    I’ve been a subscriber for many years now. I know James did a turnaround on Bitcoin some time ago, and I called him out on it.

    I feel that Bitcoin is a hedge at this time, and that we should all chuck a little at it, in order to see ourselves forward.

    It may be the case that Bitcoin is somehow wiped out in all of this, but it seems to me that the Bitcoin Network, with its time proven resilience, and its knack of coming back from endless obituaries, will prevail.

    I have no idea what is coming to us down this road, but i feel that with a max cap of 21 million, Bitcoin may just be something that separates the ‘have BTC’ from the ‘have no BTC’ in times to come.

    I urge my fellow subscribers to at least get a piece of it. The USD is on its way out.

    I also recommend The Keiser Report, on RT

    I hope I haven’t upset anyone. Physical Gold looks good too.

    Hotfoot x

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      I don’t think that James did a turn-around on Bitcoin.
      He still accepts Bitcoin.
      I know. I asked him.
      I hate bothering Mr. Corbett with emails, but I did once in very late 2019…it was about Bitcoin.
      If someone wants to donate to The Corbett Report with cryptocurrency, just contact James.

      I personally bought more Bitcoin just over 3 months ago.

      Decentralized independent currency was Bitcoin’s luster.
      Now-a-days, it has an image more along the lines of a speculation.
      Not that I mind gambling – I gamble.
      But, personally I am disappointed with the mindset of the masses that Bitcoin is more of a speculative device, than a means towards independence in exchange without authoritarian oversight.
      Heck…this 2019 tax year there is a question by the IRS on the tax form about my purchase of Bitcoin.

      Back in late February 2017, James Corbett GAVE AWAY FREE to any Corbett Report Member requesting it, 0.01 Bitcoin.
      At one time after that, 0.01 Bitcoin was worth $109.00.

      Like you, I sure love Gold, Silver, Crypto and other alternative or hard assets.
      With May coming, the price of Bitcoin could spike.

      And like you, I like to invest in myself, my family and friends and potential new friends. What wonderful investments!

        • Hotfoot says:

          Everyone makes mistakes. I feel James made one with this piece. I’m still a huge TCR fan.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Honestly, Hotfoot, James doesn’t actually poo-poo Bitcoin as a decentralized currency in that piece.
          He talks about seemingly contradictory concepts which aren’t.

          Read the transcript.

          Sometimes, I think folks just look at the title but not the content, then walk away with their own concept of what the presentation is about.

          Corbett primarily is clarifying terms in The Bitcoin Psyop.

          • Hotfoot says:

            He talks about seemingly contradictory concepts which aren’t decentralised currencies?


            Wish I’d never asked.

            I beg you not to reply to this. I give in.

            • Chapati says:

              Excuse me for disregarding your request
              I truely admire this post of yours Hotfoot. May the ability you displayed and proven to still be existing spread as swift like the panic over a five capitalletter hyphen two number word

              *waving a hangloose handsign at my screen

  6. AustrianBuddha says:

    Hey James, Im curious, could you please and thank you ask Merikans why they’re spreading their ass cheeks for a bunch of dicks?

    Especially the men….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Because Merikans enjoy prison showers.

    • Stronghorse says:


      This is just beginning. There is lots more to come. Be patient, it should get interesting.

    • Jed says:

      Guooday Buddha, try putting your shrimp IN the Barbi, not on it — should stop those Yank fantasies you’re havin’. Actually, you’re not wrong — murkins are spreading no doubt, your comment pissed me off for a split second so, maybe you’re right. But I don’t think we’re any worse off than any other country that’s been brainwashed by the world’s half dozen or so media giants that use EdWard Berney’s trickery — that goes for the folks down under as well.
      If Barbi doesn’t work for you, you’re welcome to come here — plenty of men here share your preferences and you won’t be ridiculed. Please bring more cattle dogs, they’re awesome!

  7. brody says:

    The Event 201 Coronavirus Plushie Origin


  8. harold says:

    Here’s something I just wrote.

    The common enemy and the laboratory flu,
    Coincidentally the common denominator is you.
    You who’s never looked up from the ground,
    Who never aspired to wear this dirty crown.
    Valiantly voting for a system you thought was right,
    Praying for those immoral souls with all yer might!
    Giving up the right to be god instead of slave,
    Confined by fears and betrayed to the grave.

    Nothing will ever be the same. Nonetheless

    Do away with the tears and do not vaccinate,
    Neither young nor old will find peace this late.
    The cure will be worse than the disease, a bigger lie,
    Find James the Just, the only one in whom to rely.
    You will have to close the foundation’s Gates,
    Now that two hundred and one beasts of hell
    are upon our states.

    Harold R.

  9. Ukdavec says:

    Decadent like the late Roman Empire, the West is committing suicide through its irrational response to Covid-19

    ‘A large number of Westerners are happy to accept the suicidal shutting down of their economies to try to halt a virus that predominantly causes old and sick people to die just a few weeks or months before they would have anyway. Just as they enthusiastically endorse proclamations such as that there are 46 sexes, not two; that the flatulence of a cow must be reduced to save a polar bear; ‘

  10. Qno says:

    Anyone know what this means?

    [Potential False-Positive Rate Among the ‘Asymptomatic Infected Individuals’ in Close Contacts of COVID-19 Patients]
    [Article in Chinese]
    G H Zhuang 1 , M W Shen, L X Zeng, B B Mi, F Y Chen, W J Liu, L L Pei, X Qi, C Li

    PMID: 32133832 DOI: 10.3760/cma.j.cn112338-20200221-00144

    Abstract in English , Chinese

    Objective: As the prevention and control of COVID-19continues to advance, the active nucleic acid test screening in the close contacts of the patients has been carrying out in many parts of China. However, the false-positive rate of positive results in the screening has not been reported up to now. But to clearify the false-positive rate during screening is important in COVID-19 control and prevention. Methods: Point values and reasonable ranges of the indicators which impact the false-positive rate of positive results were estimated based on the information available to us at present. The false-positive rate of positive results in the active screening was deduced, and univariate and multivariate-probabilistic sensitivity analyses were performed to understand the robustness of the findings. Results: When the infection rate of the close contacts and the sensitivity and specificity of reported results were taken as the point estimates, the positive predictive value of the active screening was only 19.67%, in contrast, the false-positive rate of positive results was 80.33%. The multivariate-probabilistic sensitivity analysis results supported the base-case findings, with a 75% probability for the false-positive rate of positive results over 47%. Conclusions: In the close contacts of COVID-19 patients, nearly half or even more of the ‘asymptomatic infected individuals’ reported in the active nucleic acid test screening might be false positives.

    Keywords: COVID-19; Close contacts; False-positive; Nucleic acid test; Screening.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Yes Qno . I found it strange they changed writing style in the conclusion .
      ” instead of printing 47% ,a number ! (47%) false positives of people associated with the sickened patient they say “nearly halve, or even more…” like it won’t change all the other numbers .
      Must have been a decision to soften the exposure of the lying crappy damn near worthless tests. Eh! Polite and proper.

    • mik says:

      It’s RETRACTED now.

      • manbearpig says:

        Retracted! Oh! Just like the Digital Dollar Proposal in the Economic Stimulus Package Speaker Pelosi spoke about.

        “However, the language as proposed by Chairwoman Waters of the House Financial Services Committee still contains this language”

        says Jason Brett of Forbes magazine…

        Don’t wanna freak out the natives with facts or true intentions or anything dangerously authentic like that…

  11. brody says:

    Getting the flu-shot puts people at a 36% higher risk to catch the coronavirus according to a US military study!

    Considering that many elderly people get the flu-shot annually, could this be an unreported factor in why so many older people are contracting SARS-CoV-2?

    “Flu Vaccine Increases Coronavirus Risk 36% Says Military Study”

    Here’s a link to the published US military study:

    “Influenza vaccination and respiratory virus interference among Department of Defense personnel during the 2017–2018 influenza season”

  12. cu.h.j says:

    This whole thing is really freaking me out. I work in the medical field and can’t really say what I think because the propaganda is so entrenched. This flu season was light in my area, we are getting presumptive Covid-19 patients but many of them are not that sick and our hospital census is down. I have not seen any young healthy people die at the hospital I have worked in from Covid-19, as far as I can tell, most people survive, unless they have multiple comorbidities or are elderly.

    I have seen young people get sicker with the flu. I’m not saying the virus has not caused substantial medical issues in certain places, like Italy and China, that are heavily polluted. But I think this response is very weird and scary. I’ve always kinda sat on the sidelines because I’m afraid of speaking out. I’m not brave and am afraid to lose my job or have the government find a way to get me. I guess I’m a coward. I wish I could be brave like some of you, especially James Corbett.

    I just don’t know what I can do to stop this insanity. People are panicked, they are afraid to get to close to anyone, they are afraid they will die. Even doctors admit most people have mild symptoms but the media keeps pumping this fear porn. It makes me sick to my stomach. I can hardly sleep at night and I don’t know what to do. I live in the US and would move to another country if I could. I don’t know what to do without potentially losing my job or “freedom” what’s left of it anyway.

    • Qno says:

      There are three ways this can go, I would think:

      Basically, I can see this playing out in one of three ways.

      1) this will be over in a while, and life will return to more or less normal.

      2) the crisis will just become a quagmire, getting deeper and deeper, like the war on terror, the war on drugs etc… Actually, I think that has happened. This is the 200 year old war of germs, and it isn’t going away in a hurry, because it is strategically weak. We just happen to be in the midst of a particularly complex ‘skirmish’.

      3) the worst of the storm will blow through, and eventually the various unsustainable restrictions we are under will be relaxed. BUT, they will not relax back to where they were before. Words like ‘never again’ will be used to enforce various levels of anti-social distancing, curfews, regulations, permits and other pointless rituals. It is vital, when that happens, we use the breathing space well to try and ensure such madness never does happen again and to address the social engineering that will have occurred.

      Most of all, this is a head game. I must say that my darkest view of things is tempered now with long spells of comfortable optimism. I say this with fingers crossed and wood touched; but every so often I get some piece of news or information that lifts my spirits and puts things back in perspective.

    • Hotfoot says:

      Where do you live, cu.h.j?

      Is TCR being spammed?

      • cu.h.j says:

        I live in the US. No huge influx of Covid patients in my local area. There have been some, we do send out a test to a lab. Not sure it’s very accurate. I work as a nurse to make money, which is decent. I’m not heavily indoctrinated, think with my own brain, take what’s good and leave the rest. I’m not totally against western medicine, don’t get flu shots myself, but have had to get other vaccines. I don’t like the idea of forced vaccinations. I’m not a spammer, whatever that means.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I’m glad you are here, my friend.
          ha!! I may ask for free medical advice someday.

          As to the spammer comment by Hotfoot, that is not appropriate Corbett Report Member Etiquette.

          Do me a favor…
          If appropriate for your profession, and if you run across anecdotal Coronavirus cases or scenarios, I would really like to hear your stories.
          A lot of us here would love to hear about them.

          Just make a comment on whatever current episode or article Corbett has at the time.

          • cu.h.j says:

            Most of the possible Covid-19 present with a cough, fever, sore throat and is negative for influenza (type a and b). Gastrointestinal symptoms are now included as symptoms, along with fever, and if the flu swab is negative it’s a presumptive Covid-19 and we do a send out swab test (nasal and throat). It takes 48 hours to come back.

            Some people develop pneumonia, viral and potentially bacterial along with it, most have been discharged, a few that require admission have shortness of breath, low oxygen saturation and varying degrees of respiratory distress depending on comorbidities like asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), diabetes, high blood pressure, etc. Most of these people are over 50 because that’s when people start getting sick with various diseases.

            We have had 2 cases of hospital admission that tested positive for Covid-19, and I believe one is still there and one was discharged. Both had significant health problems, both had obesity, diabetes and lung disease. The first person may have been a smoker. A few days ago we had an elderly patient, in his 90s come in with low oxygen saturation who went to ICU and was intubated with mechanical ventilation we also did CPR and other heroic measures (but his oxygen saturation did not improve as it should even on the ventilator), his results aren’t back yet. I think he will probably die in ICU.

            You’ve got to understand though that he is 93 with health problems at the end of his life. I have seen flu cause this too and in young people with lung disease or poor health. The new Covid-19 triage process and isolation process and protective equipment are slowing down our department so we cannot handle the high volume, so the stay at home order has helped in the hospital but our census is still low and sick people are avoiding coming in. This is a mistake in my opinion, some people won’t be able to afford medicines.

            Other hospitals report being overwhelmed, but flu can also cause high volumes of very sick people and the government has never closed the economy before and stripped citizens of constitutional rights before.

            I don’t know why some young people get sick from this disease, but the majority don’t, even by the bad statistics presented by mainstream sources. What the medical “consensus” is afraid of is ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome) that requires mechanical ventilation and extended ICU stays. They say they are worried about lack of ventilators and anecdotally Italy has limited use for people who have the best chance of survival.

            But in my opinion, that is no reason for a totalitarian and draconian governmental response. More people will die because life this way is miserable and people won’t have access to the medical treatment they need because of the prioritization of Covid-19. This is my opinion.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      You are fine. Keep being who you are.

      I have a 52 year old step-daughter that is an RN nurse.
      She does her thing at work and gets paid well.
      She doesn’t “stir the pot” at work with her concepts.

      However, she does go often to get alternative health treatments at another facility.
      EXAMPLES: (Intravenous) IV Blood Therapies of Glutathione, Vit C., Ozone, Myers’ Cocktail, etc. along with other alternative modalities.
      She and her Mother, and sometimes friends, sit and visit during the treatments.

      The Ozone is a real winner against Viruses and Respiratory Illnesses, including COVID-19.

  13. scpat says:

    @15:14 – James: Do you think this will be the last pandemic panic? Or do you think this will be every single year for the rest of your life?

    Answer: yes, every single year for the rest of your life.

    Fauci Warns Coronavirus Could Become Seasonal Affliction

  14. catmad says:

    I was checked by police yesterday for my social distancing by stealth… in Australia…. since when does a blonde cop with a scandi accent come into a store (in uniform and with her partner) and ask if she can sign up for D&D?

  15. hansomebwonderful2001 says:

    In Los Angeles California USA. The fear mongering AM radio stations today talked about how the police are not going to respond to calls of people not social distancing. People have called the police on restaurants that are allowing people to dine in, Los Angeles City Police Department representative stated if an officer see a restaurant allowing people to dine in the officer will ask them to stop and if the restaurant doesn’t comply the officers will report the incident to the city attorney. Police stated that people should notify the L.A. County health department of the health violations to report businesses not complying with emergency measures

    The radio reported that people where calling the police because of people holding hands in public. LAPD representative stated that they will not respond to calls of people holding hands in public.

    • JB says:

      None of that over here in Norway, what’s going on?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I’m laughing.
      These “Patriotic Citizens” acting like tattle-tales.
      That’s how Communist China was born.

      The infractions are silly.
      I happy as hell that some of the sit-down restaurants opened.
      Power to that owner.
      I bet the cops hope the Donut Shops stay open.

      • hansomebwonderful2001 says:

        The restaurant and doughnut shops are open you, are not supposes to eat in them. I saw two cops in parking lot of the doughnut shop. One got something from the chicken place across the shopping, the other brought her own lunch. It looks like they where going to eat on the hood of their cruiser.

        I work for the City of Los Angeles. We have little electric carts that we drive around our work site in. As of today, we where told only one person per cart know to social distant from each other. I wonder if they will do this for our police department?

  16. hansomebwonderful2001 says:

    I talked with a friend living in Taos New Mexico USA who said many people came down with a new flu/pneumonia back in January. My friend said he had it. He said he felt it slightly for a week and then the next week it worked him over good until he got over it.

    On Feb 18 2020 a friend of mine 90 years old got pneumonia in which he had to be hospitalized at cedar sini in Los Angeles CA. His partner who is 88 also came down with it a few days later. Both recovered in a week and are now fine.

  17. cas says:

    hey all,
    here in the uk the media seems to have a moving target…first it was europe was “the epicentre of the virus” but 24hrs after trump stated the proposed timeline for this to be easter, the media moved the target to “america is the epicentre”. their moving target seems to be anyone who disagrees with their agenda. these days i pay more attention to their moving target as idenification of what they see as a threat to them…not the public! recently it was also the ‘herbalist being scammers to the virus’, so i’m guessing herbs could help?

    the most saddening part of all of this is watching the fear in peoples faces. most people not even wanting to look or talk to each other. they are so deep into possibly stockholm sydrome that they attack anyone saying anything different to the mainstream.

    i don’t care to argue with those who are invested up to their necks in the belief of this agenda, its a waste of time and energy. but i do feel their should be an option to opt out of this, ie; an island or country who choose to live away from the insanity of this culture. after all the only way to ‘win’ with a narcissist is to walk away.

    peace and love to all, x

  18. JB says:

    Sorry, I can’t take this “coordinated propaganda campaign” talk seriously. To convince me, please start by describing how this global coordination works and we’ll take it from there.

    Further, we can’t go back (as in removing restrictions)? We did before, why not in the future?

  19. minnie says:

    Re-solutions, I remember James’s videos on that. But it’s easy to forget the details. I have vague memories of past comments threads, where people discussed the types of computer and software setups they were using, to avoid spying and “back doors”. But I forget which comments threads – if only I’d copied them!

    So… it would be great if there was a forum on the Corbettreport website. I’d volunteer to help out, maybe to be a Moderator (as I don’t have tech skills). Then we could have threads on subjects like agorism, solutions (eg, where to buy things using cryptocurrency etc).

    If that’s not possible, can anyone recommend a good forum for independent thought that’s not dominated by nuts and trolls?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Minnie UK

      Here is an idea…

      Any “solution related” comment or Corbett solution which strikes you, log onto a WORD document with the comment link and a short description.

      From time to time, you could post your notes as a comment.
      Everyone would love it!

      Anyway, that was just an idea.
      You might have a better idea.

      The Corbett Report comment section is what we make it.
      He has often made that statement.

  20. minnie says:

    Re-emergency legislation…

    A well-meaning friend of mine was outraged on social media a few months ago, because a government anti-terrorism booklet had included groups like CND and Greenpeace as potential threats to society.

    I pointed out that this was the result of a “counter terrorism” strategy known as “Prevent” that had been legislated into existence back in 2003, when “emergency measures” were being brought in to fight the “terrorist threat”.

    That “emergency legislation” is still on the statute books today, and is now being used to control any groups that the government doesn’t really like.

    IPPs (indeterminate sentences for public protection) were brought in at the same time, ostensibly to keep terrorists and serial rapists behind bars, but instead literally thousands of people have been jailed for years, often for petty crimes, despite having originally been given sentences of one or two years.

    Many of them are still in jail, even though the legislation was scrapped in 2012. (

    The government was recently talking about bringing this legislation back, following the London Bridge stabbing last November. The father of the man who died in the attack made a passionate plea, published on the front page of the Guardian, for his son’s death not to be used to “perpetuate an agenda of hate”. It may have stopped the government in its tracks – temporarily. (

  21. nathalie says:

    I’m a web developer / designer and I would love to work on an open source project concerning the solutions for making local communities, I’m thinking of a facebook-like for each community, with systems for exchanges of services and things to help each others… do you know if there is something already existing or if it’s better to start from scratch? I will look again the previous videos of James to search for ideas…

  22. Noahsark723 says:

    Aaron and Melissa Dykes from Truth Stream Media recently released another report:

    We’re Living in 12 Monkeys

    It is worth watching, they have been on top of the unfolding technocracy for some time now. This video outlines what is planned for the social conditioning in regards to this psy-op pandemic for the next year or more.

  23. Won Fat Fuk says:

    It’s very discouraging here. This manufactured crisis is revealing that everyone has been conditioned to look to the government for solutions. Most people I come across do not question any of the government’s actions, or the unwarranted nature of the their demands. This appears to be a coordinated scam perpetrated by the western nations. Most people, one way or another, appear to have fallen for this grand “Major League” deception.

  24. n4x5 says:

    5:28: “What is surprising, even to me, as someone who has basically been writing and talking and thinking and preparing for this type of scenario for over a decade now, the thing that is surprising is how quickly and how easily seemingly 99% of the public has been transitioned over into this.” I share the sense of apprehension and exasperation, but I don’t share the surprise. I assume James didn’t mean the 99% figure to be taken literally; I doubt it’s actually that high, but it definitely looks like we are greatly outnumbered in this situation by the fear-driven masses. James says, as he has said in the past, that the real battle is for the mind, and although I don’t mean to disparage his work or suggest that the mental aspect is irrelevant, at some point we need to take a step back and assess whether we can realistically achieve critical mass in the mind war. I don’t know what percentage of the public as mental rebels would be necessary for successful resistance to martial law, for example, but it’s safe to say that we’re far from it. If, after all the alternative media penetration into the collective consciousness, after all the headway made on e.g. 9/11, most people relapse back into panic and obedience in a situation like this, maybe we need to prioritize brass tacks plans for survival and resistance (e.g. to possible “nonmandatory” vaccination) that can be used by say 20% of the population with some hope of success, more than trying to sway the other people towards a conspiracy-realist insubordination-to-authority mindset.

    The recommendations given in the last few minutes are a start, but it looks like we’ll need a great deal more in order to have any hope of preserving anything resembling a normal life in the future. I sincerely applaud James’s solutions advice, but recognize that building community is quite difficult, and a small community isn’t going to be completely self-sufficient; inputs are needed from the outside world — tools, spare parts, fuel, and so on — and that outside world usually won’t possess such agoristic views, especially in times like these. I think we also need to remember that we’re in semi-uncharted territory here, and what we envision as working may or may not actually succeed in practice in some cases. Rigid adherence to plans or ideals might not always be advisable.

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      n4x5 says:
      “…The recommendations given in the last few minutes are a start, but it looks like we’ll need a great deal more in order to have any hope of preserving anything resembling a normal life in the future. I sincerely applaud James’s solutions advice, but recognize that building community is quite difficult, and a small community isn’t going to be completely self-sufficient; inputs are needed from the outside world — tools, spare parts, fuel, and so on — and that outside world usually won’t possess such agoristic views, especially in times like these. I think we also need to remember that we’re in semi-uncharted territory here, and what we envision as working may or may not actually succeed in practice in some cases. Rigid adherence to plans or ideals might not always be advisable.”

      Dan Dicks asked James what is the solution to this crisis?

      James answered: solution, just go to my website and type in solution in the search bar!

      Well here’s a question for James.

      You’ve got your agorist anarchist community all set up. Thousands of like-minded people working together towards their goal.
      Everything seems to be working fine. Then this COVID-19 pandemic strikes.
      Your community tries to hold an outdoor BBQ, or dance or tennis tournament etc.

      The shamers get wind of it and call the cops who come down and arrest everyone for violating the state/provincial quarantine law, specifically the section dealing with ‘self isolation’.
      You are all quarantined and held indefinitely.

      What would your next solution be?

  25. haros says:

    Spain, yesterday: (it is only in Spanish)

    The only thing that I want to highlight, although there are other “pearls”, from this text is this paragraph:

    The President justified the extension of the state of alarm for another 15 days “because isolation is essential to face the virus”, but recalled that the decision to “lock ourselves in our house cannot be imposed but approved by citizens through of their representatives in Congress. This is established by the Constitution.”

    Oh… of course… no impositions but you have to pay fines or even being jailed if you don’t justify why are you out of home. Lucky of us, we have “representatives” in the Congress which know what is important for citizens. Well, for what I see people don’t even know what is good for them.

  26. cu.h.j says:

    Here’s a website a friend of mine was looking at that is in German but can be translated. A few scientists are stating that this has been overblown and restrictions will cause more health problems and quality of life issues. Most medical professionals though that I have observed (except for me) are petrified of this virus or they are petrified to say anything else. I don’t know what to do.

  27. Camille says:

    I uploaded this last night. It’s less than 4 minutes.

    Coronavirus Detection Drones

    From the source video:
    Draganfly Inc. (CSE:DFLY) (OTCMKTS:DFLYF) CEO Cameron Chell tells Proactive the drone manufacturer is partnering with Vital Intelligence Inc., a healthcare data services company in conjunction with the University of South Australia to combat the coronavirus.

    Chell says 10-year old Draganfly will use its specialized drones to determine if a patient has a fever, measure heart rate, blood pressure, by using a camera.

    • manbearpig says:

      Just as described in Poppy Crum’s Ted Talk…

      and it reminds me again why Men Against Fire is my favorite Black Mirror episode: Though you may look perfectly “normal” a drone will label you “a roach” and you’ll be unceremoniously disposed of by the army.

      Initially perhaps people won’t just be done away with: just totally limited in the jobs they can do, places they can go etc…soooo

      yea, cross Men Against Fire with Gattaca and you get a dystopia coming soon to a town near you!

      amazing the things that can be normalized under the absurdly simple pretext of Protecting YOU! from the boogeyman…

      • Camille says:

        Oh that Poppy…

        I only ever watched two episodes of Black Mirror and that sounds just horrible!

        I am sorry to say that I have a family member who thinks all of the nightmare world I’ve been trying to show, drones included, is “cool!”.
        The mind control is strong with that one.

        • manbearpig says:

          Simply because your family member thinks Daddy is there to protect him/her and would never do anything to enslave or kill him/her. Oh of course they’ll admit he’s maybe a bit drunk on power and money but that’s all…

          That’s the crucial difference, the fundamental assumption that distinguishes crazy conspiracy theorists from “normies”.

          The rest of the world perception is built on that foundation: whether or not “Daddy” cares about you; whether you believe democracy exists or not, whether false flag events could possibly be committed by your “own government”, whether or not hidden financial powers exist, whether national borders actually mean what you think they do, whether the UN is a force for good in the world, whether the media tells the truth sometimes… etc etc etc…

          • Camille says:

            And he eats their “food” and drinks their drinks, he takes their harmaceuticals, and watches their “entertainment”. So many layers to get through. It frustrates me. And then I make myself think of Fahrenheit 451, and how Faber told Montag to pity them.

      • Camille says:

        Pandemic drones that can detect fevers and coughing will soon take to the sky

        “It seems that every market and industry that has been affected by this pandemic has interest at some level,”

  28. manbearpig says:

    So I’ve just been informed that the head of the language department of “my” university has come down with the big CV (as someone around here put it) along with his wife and daughter…

    it’s closing in! 😯

    • haros says:

      First line: Gordon Brown has urged world leaders to create a temporary form of global government to tackle the twin medical and economic crises caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

      Temporary… sure…

  29. MagicBullet says:

    James proffers some good “solutions” to the New World Order that is arriving. I would like to see if he has started any “voluntary exchanges” and other solutions in Japan or over the internet, how they are working, and to what extent one can actually escape from the powers that shouldn’t be.

  30. B00ND0GGLE says:

    I’m sorry folks but it is over.
    The Powers have seen that the fearful public van easily be neutralized by announcing a new pathogen threat.
    They do have real, weaponized pathogens at their disposal.
    The next pandemic will be soon, it will be worse, it will result in tighter social controls and the emergency will never end. Resistance won’t be possible because we cannot assemble. Online organizing can easily be detected and participants will be targeted. You must be tested if you want food. But it’s not really a test for the pathogen. They can scan your iris your retina your fingerprints surreptitiously and uh oh looks like you have to go into quarantine.
    I don’t see any conceivable escape from this one.

    • manbearpig says:

      may seem like a detail but… I have one email box where I registered as “kateme” and another, a gmail box as “kate”.

      The former email box, which was totally refurbished with all of my stocked emails erased,

      addressed me as “kate” this morning.

      nothing surprising about the fact that they’ve violated confidentiality and consolidated information among the various providers.

      what’s more disturbing is that they’re flaunting it as if to say;


      no more illusion of anonymity.

      As the Zuckerborg announced some time back “Privacy is Obsolete”. It’s now official.

      Soon microcameras and earbuds will be detecting our emotions and intentions…

      That’s Crummy,

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