Interview 1533 - John Titus Exposes the Fed's Coronavirus Lies

04/07/2020121 Comments

John Titus of Best Evidence joins us to discuss Season 2 of his "Mafiacracy Now" video series, an exploration of the crimes of the banksters and their multi-trillion dollar heist that is being perpetrated during the current crisis. Today we talk about the Fed's lies about the coronavirus and what horrifying truths about the collapsing economy are hidden behind them.

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  1. GHT says:

    I want to share this link before it gets banned again.

    2 hours and 30 mins + and it has all the technocracy and more info. I may not agree with all he had to say but in this interview he hits way to many truths.

    David Ikce on the banded video with London real that was removed from you tube and Vemio just hours after it was released.

  2. zyxzevn says:

    Regarding the video:
    I think that the US is so much in debt (400-600 Trillion),
    that the federal reserve can only create an inflation economy.

    Instead of bringing the money to the people, but keep the money
    in a small group. This small group, slowly eat up all
    the properties and resources over the US.
    They also create wars and conflicts.

    The debt-economy is also exported to all over the world.
    But that is also where it seems to end.

    The global-warming scam did not work to sell everyone carbon
    credits via fake dollars.

    I don’t know what their solution is now.
    Maybe they want to sell vaccines and tests via fake dollars.
    But an old malaria medicine and the natural immunity seems to
    bring that to a halt.

    • robert.t says:

      While I have a poor understanding of the mechanisms of debt, I know an elephant when I meet it in a phone booth. The lenders can’t expect repayment, so I guess they’re expecting something else? Maybe we’ll all be post-Soviet Russians soon, the ultimate bargain basement.

      The question has been where do they park so much debt in the meantime without going full Weimar. They can’t just pour it all into speculation on intangibles because they need a hordes of ordinary punters trying to pay back big slabs of debt with actual earnings. That way they turn lots of fictitious money into lesser amounts of sorta-real money. Maybe inflation is deliberately guided into tangibles that aren’t as basic as bread. For that reason real estate and vehicles, the two biggest slugs to a household, have been the best options. You are more likely to have bread riots than car loan riots or mortgage riots.

      Flipping the world’s car fleet after 2007 was a way of parking new debt while propping old industries. Lately the talk has been about going all-electric, even though the practicalities are forbidding. Hence the urge to junk Europe’s compact diesels that were planet-huggy a decade ago but are now Bambi-harming meanies. The fall of Morales in lithium-rich Bolivia is an indication that the batteries are coming, practical or not.

      I wonder if the globsters aren’t regretting all the energy they put into climate scares when the results from the virus beat-up have been so much quicker. Or maybe Big Green is a stayer and Big Vax is only a sprinter?

  3. holmesmd2 says:

    I have a friend and also personal experience in the banking / investment business, as well as accounts personal and business over the years.

    More than a few times, I have gone to bat with the management of national banks regarding relatively “minor” accounting practices that fly in the face of common sense, and GAAP, …I could go on, but you get the point:

    1. One bank at one time had a POLICY of requiring “change of address” forms for commercial accounts that were “bank proprietary forms”, copies of which were refused to the clients who actually SIGNED the form. At first, I thought this was some kind of stupidity on the part of the CSR and Branch Manager and Regional Manager that I discussed this with.

    Changing the mailing address for any client of a bank is a big deal b/c if it’s not done for the right reasons, it represents textbook issues, which were always part of the AML (anti-money laundering) videos required each December as part of compliance. If you can’t see what’s going on with your account, what’s going on, right?

    Anyway, after some digging it turned out the company had a POLICY to NEVER make a copy of the paper changing a client’s address, which the CLIENT WAS REQUIRED TO SIGN! WTF??

    Since questions gained no traction with the channels at the bank, the promise to pursue with the OCC (Office of Comptroller of the Currency), which regulates banks, along with the Fed Reserve, became the only option.

    This guy at that point forgot about the whole episode (but NEVER got a copy of the original form he signed), until about 9 months later. One day he retold the story to another CSR at the bank and was told that the policy changed. They didn’t change the policy to give a copy of the paperwork to the client, they simply did away with the form altogether! What?? Why would a bank change a client’s address without using a form for records, and why not give evidence of that change to a client. This policy still exists at that bank as far as I know.

    2. Another bank has an odd “policy” related to large debit and credit card transactions, which is still in place. This practice probably has to do with manipulations of the bank’s “reserve fund” balance, which all banks are required to maintain to stay in business. In other words, they have to deposit (leave inactive) a certain % of the total outstanding loans, to maintain liquidity and financial integrity, etc. They are paid, by LAW, which was created in the depression years or just before, when the FED was created 5% on these reserves, which today isn’t a bad rate, BTW…but that’s a side issue.

    Here’s what the bank was doing: on generally LARGE, random debit transactions, the bank was creating these debits twice so that a $500 transaction shows us as 500×2=$1000 on the clients’ accounts, and to the credit of the bank.

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

    • wylie1 says:

      Then on consumer accounts there is the supposedly congress approved “legal” practice of re-arranging the order of cash accounting on debit cards to cause the account to go negative before a deposit is credited to the account. Then exorbitant fees are charged which would be in the loan shark interest rate category, if they called them Interest instead of “fees”.

      I tried to keep as little in that account as possible, since used for online purchases, just in case someone hacked those vendors, or an employee sold the card names and numbers, etc. The bank Customer No Service Rep response, “Well, Its legal!” Mine: Just because your banking lobby got some corrupt politicians to allow crooked activity, doesn’t make it right. Is that how you want your grandmother to be treated by your bank? I got my fees back that time. Lesson, don’t cut it so close they can screw you.

      Imagine all the folks who live paycheck to paycheck and have an unexpected expense, getting reamed every month by these wonderful banks. I have little doubt that adds up to millions per month for the banks.

    • holmesmd2 says:

      Just getting back to this one….here’s what got cut off above, in case anybody’s still interested:

      PartII: (contiued)

      “Here’s what the bank was doing: on generally LARGE, random debit transactions, the bank was creating these debits twice so that a $500 transaction shows us as 500×2=$1000 on the clients’ accounts, and to the credit of the bank.
      When asked about this oddity, multiple customer service reps on the phone and in person said they knew all about these double entries, and that it wasn’t a problem at all. Why?
      Each time the same exact verbage was used to explain….”don’t worry, the balances stay on the books overnight but in the morning they “fall off” (fall off????) of the system”, and that fixes the problem.
      So…then can a client obtain a record of these phantom transfers showing the incorrect (double) entry, and the following (correction) entry? No. WTF?? “You mean that there’s not a record at all of these transactions?” “No…why should there be, it doesn’t matter, right…the account is straight now?” Amazing.

      There are possible solutions to these problems and the big ones in the video..but no more room on this post, I fear!

  4. generalbottlewasher says:

    Stockholm syndrome, the military is the strong arm racketeering agents for the Reserve money recipients. The bill comes due for all the enforcement and is paid for by the Banking side taxpayer. The military personal suffer as victims of their perpitraitors crimes and still worship their captures… As do the people who pay for their torturers enslavement. Am I getting this right, Im no doctor of psychiatry but this seems to be a good description of the Stockholm Syndrome that grips our inaction today.
    Question for Corbett. How do the medical experts treat victims of Stockholm Syndrome? Can we apply it to this situation? Seems to me someone has a remedy for our ill’s, an existing cure. Or can it every cure victims of this syndrome? Is this affliction curable? Is Patty Hurst still alive ? Anybody know? Lets ask her.

    • manbearpig says:

      Oh hey! If anyone can contact Patty it’s Stuart! What’s your take on this Mr. Creep?

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Trimera ;when you were a child, did you play with matches?
        Im glad you are feeling better. Around :48 minute he speaks of radio frequency and sonic frequency. 5g is killing and sonic is curing . It could be that simple. Pythagoras demonstrated this long time ago. Music as demonstrated by our resident Maestro make you feel good
        [ E. Satie ] or bad [ Shoenberg]. Mary Baker Eddy demonstrated the rest 140 years ago. She nursed the sick with Mind and soothed the soul with her loving heart. Life is complicated. He(Hameroff) of course speaks of the experiment. YoU SAy toMAtoE I sAY TOmatOE. The mind is the Tower of Babel the Heart a Universal Truth. Not to be toyed with. The CoVid19 should be toyed with as much as possible cause it is a big lie. Time to flip the money changers table. Why not take the regional Banks balance sheet and do like the UN Monetary Fund and declare forgiveness? Just wipe it off the peoples side of the ledger. Pretty Boy Floyd use to snatch the unregistered Mortgage papers and destroy them to prevent the banks from taking co-title when he robbed bank vaults. Same here. One key stroke wipes out half of what TPTSB expect US taxpayers to pay. Simple.Eh? You are a phyro- Maniac of thoughts. Creep?! If you catch your breath please tell us what Lilliboy was singing about.

        • manbearpig says:

          “5g is killing and sonic is curing”

          I noticed he said that.

          Poor Pretty Boy Floyd…

          a timid pyromaniac, a dragon made of wood according to Chinese tradition…

          • generalbottlewasher says:

   that a paper dragon? Speaking of wood…my shelayly-stick will be kept in my pocket as I help my childhood friends mother deal with her only child’s death on Saturday. He was in declining heatlth from diabetes. He just gave up the fight. She is waiting on the death certificate. I asked for a copy to be certain he would not be counted as a CV19 statistic. That is when Im going to whip dis stick out and channel my inner MBP . He was a hero of the Northside to me. Its become personal.

            • manbearpig says:

              May your bataireacht become a magic wand from which consolation and the ancient fighting spirit flows, the one that left the son but from which the hero’s mother might draw solace.
              To the hero of the Northside!

              • manbearpig says:

                and like the star he was, the light and pull of the spring Supermoon will lead the wake.

    • wylie1 says:

      I like your line of questioning… which prompts another.

      What is the treatment for Bill Gates (and his ilk) mental obsession to kill as many as possible, using various means, from terminator seed (starvation) to vaccine induced illnesses?

      The electric chair?

      Then there is the sickness of Marxism being taught in schools and universities. What treatment should be prescribed for those teachers and the afflicted? The same treatment they prescribe for those who disagree with them? The Marxists are not a very loving group I must say!

  5. catie says:

    What he said about zero hedge is sadly true. It used to be my first go-to of the day but no more. Seems like they got some new writers in and are trying to go more mainstream or something.

    I will definitely check Titus’s channel out. I have already subscribed and put him on my “go-to” list next to the Corbett Report :). I really want to understand the banking intricacies and I do get the basics but need to understand the bigger picture. Most people don’t have a clue about the banking and how it is affecting their lives, although understanding starts by having the interest and curiosity which seems to lack in most.

    I also discovered Spiro Skouras’s channel. he has some very good stuff on this Pandemic, especially the one on Bill Gates he just made.

  6. ktrammel says:

    I’ve greatly appreciated John’s work and watched all of his videos, and have been avidly awaiting his next ones. I was also very surprised that there are not more views. I would think that especially The Last American Vagabond would be interested in them. Also, Derrick Broze. Thank you James for giving John Titus this exposure!


  7. fer67 says:

    I was hoping to see some cutting edge information questioning the WHO numbers, the way deaths are counted, the validity of the testing, the links to Fort Detrick, the links to possible chemical toxins, the fake parts of the msm right now. Are you planning something like this James, or are you concerned about having your website hacked like Gavin Nascimento, David Icke and others? Or demonitization like We Are Change, Bermas, and Last American Vagabond (might be because he has Whitney Webb there)… Can you please discuss these questions and angles? It would be great if you took on the msm messages as well, like now that mosquitoes can spread the virus, and housecats, and just being outside? And the epidemiologist Knut Wittkowski who says the best thing to do is to go outside? Thanks, a patron

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I noticed the Jason Bermas demonetization by YouTube the other night.

      One factor which I am sure is affecting the YouTube revenue stream…

      There are a lot of companies out there who are not going to be buying advertising.
      Not anytime soon.
      Why? Why would they pay to advertise? Who is really on a buying spree?

      The economy is no longer a consumer economy.
      No revenue stream into YouTube, then how can they pay YouTube Channels with monetization?

      Currently, the economy and the broad public are like whipped dogs.
      The tails will be down between the legs for a long time to come.

  8. De Clarke says:

    How can we here in Europe (UK) relate to what this gentleman and James are talking about?

    • mkey says:

      The ponzi scheme is global. And all the EU nation states have “central banks” that work in unison with IMF. Sovereignty has been longs lost on all of us.

    • mik says:

      ECB and FED had and will have money swap arrangements, therefore we are in the same bowl.

    • Stronghorse says:

      @De Clarke
      mkey is absolutely correct. The international bankers run everything. They control all governments where there is a central bank under their control.
      Russia and China both have central banks. The only countries without central banks under their control are Iran, Syria, North Korea, Venezuela, and Cuba. There used to be more, like Iraq and Libya, but those countries were “Persuaded” to get on board.
      Most people have heard of the IMF and the World Bank, but too few know of the Bank for International Settlements, which controls them all. In fact, I believe the board members for the BIS are the CEOs of all the world’s central banks.

      “Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.” ~ Anonymous

      That quote is often attributed to Mayer Amschel Rothschild, but I cannot find any verification of that, so I list it’s author as anonymous. If anyone can verify who actually said it, please do, because it is very relevant concerning how and who controls the world.

      • Stronghorse says:

        The bankers tied all of the country’s economies together on purpose long ago. As a result, when one goes, they all go. They also purposely moved nearly all of the world’s manufacturing to China. The claim was that it would keep cost down by benefiting from cheap labor, and while I’m sure that was a nice bonus, I believe the main reason was so that the supply chain could be cut by them whenever they wanted to.
        It looks like this is what has happened too, the factories in China are shut down. Since November, the pollution over China has been reduced to less than 2% of normal. What products were already built, were loaded onto ships bound for the other countries, and those ships left China by mid December. They reached their destinations and off loaded those products weeks ago, and there are no ships sitting in the ports waiting to be unloaded. What there was, has already been delivered to the retail stores, and there is no more coming. The supply chain is severed, and the Chinese factories are still silent.
        There has been some talk of placing the Chinese Muslim prisoners, (Uighurs), in the factories and forcing them to operate the machinery, but there are now reports of China currently being hit with the “Second Wave” of the COVID-19 virus. So who knows when the products that the world relies on will start being made again.
        Meanwhile, we are all being subjected to “Medical Martial Law”, by the politicians that are owned and controlled by the International Bankers, in order to keep us confused and out of the way while they steal what is left of each country’s assets left over after the 2008 rip off.
        Welcome to the “New World Order”.

  9. bladtheimpaler says:

    Good one. John Titus is probably one of our best forensic monetary and central bank private detectives today! His web site “Best Evidence” produces top notch videos of superb quality. Titus’ “All the Plenary’s Men” explains in detail the how and why bankers and banks only answer for their criminality with fines and never with a criminal charge being made or prosecuted.

    • manbearpig says:

      OH! “All the Plenary’s Men”!!? That was Titus?! The BIS, HSBC and shuffling immunity as I vaguely recall…thought it was awesome … Shared that one all around!

  10. mkey says:

    I still maintain that these guys are not doing it for the “money”. What they are really thieving away are work hours and prosperity.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I track with you.

    • wylie1 says:

      Yes …or one could look at it as a simple power equation.

      If you have all the power, they have none. They want all the power. If you have no money you have very little power …until you decide to.

      Which they know most won’t decide to exercise any power until they are starving. Then you have the added trouble of finding food while trying to find time to generate some group power.

      10,000 people X $100 = $1mln
      If people would only form groups to get what they want done, they could easily have the money and POWER to do it.

      Imagine many such groups agreeing on one very important thing they wanted to accomplish …equals lots of dough and lots of power.

      This is the main reason why you are not to gather in groups of more than 10. Down from a couple hundred originally. Since only a couple out of a hundred will lift a finger to do anything… They know this after many decades of studying groups.

      The military even has a fairly accurate formula to determine where coalitions will form under what circumstances. and on youtube describes it. So they know.

  11. mik says:

    Money game is boring and it matters only because it is providing them means to become owners of the world. This will be accomplished with “corona” crisis.

    John mentioned Zoltan Pozsar and I checked around and get some interesting findings.

    Bloomberg: Repo Oracle Zoltan Pozsar Expects Even More Turmoil

    “…work at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he became known for creating a map of the financial system that included repo and “shadow” banks outside of traditional lending.”

    I think that’s it.
    Here you can find out that fractal reserve banking is for kids, big boys are playing different game today.

    How The Sausage is made:

    “Typically, the poorer an underlying loan pool’s quality at the beginning of the chain (for example a pool of subprime mortgages originated in California in 2006), the longer the credit intermediation chain that would be required to “polish” the quality of the underlying loans to the standards of money market mutual funds and similar funds. As a rule of thumb, the intermediation of low-quality long-term loans (non-conforming mortgages) involved all seven or more steps, whereas the intermediation of high-quality short- to medium-term loans (credit card and auto loans) involved usually three steps (and rarely more).”

    Global Money Notes #26 (Credit Suisse, Zoltan Pozsar, december 2019)

    “If carry (transl.: repo markets) makes the world go ‘round, and reserves make carry possible……the day we run out of reserves would be the day when the world would stop spinning. No, this is not an overstatement.”

    He is talking about september 2019:
    “The Fed became lender of last resort to dealers as J.P.Morgan ran out of reserves to lend, and the primary financier of the government as $250 of the $275 billion of the reserves that’s been put into the system since September ended up in Treasury’s general account(see Figure 1). Thus, all that the Fed’s liquidity operations have done to date is to ensure that the Treasury’s cash needs don’t drain further liquidity from banks’ HQLA portfolios, but it did not inject excess reserves into the banking system ahead of the year-end turn.”

    Translated: uncle sam has been close to not get money in sept.2019!!

    Anyone still has doubts corona was needed to hide imminent collapse?

  12. khalil says:

    ZeroHedge content has been tanking lately, with stuff like gatestone institute getting in.
    Thanks for the additional resources.
    I suggest WallStForMainSt youtube channel and George Gammon, both are great, and Jason Burrak is a truth seeker.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I like Jason Burack. I have posted his videos here before, on repeated occasions.
      Some are really good and give a great overview for the layman.
      He really knows the oil industry and the mining industry well.

  13. Mielia says:

    Great you had **Best Evidence** on!
    Have watched all his videos. But gonna rewatch most of them now.

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This YouTube Video was just released 2 hours ago…

    I strongly encourage folks to watch the entire video, especially if you have an interest in health and COVID-19 treatment options.

    But don’t miss Dr. Mercola and Dr. Robert Rowen discuss “the philosophical” questions surrounding what is really going on and the agendas at work!

    Coronavirus and Ozone Therapy- Interview with Dr. Robert Rowen
    QUEUED VIDEO not to health, but to “The Agendas” (56:11)

  15. wylie1 says:

    If you are sick, first you are going to have to determine if it is a bacterial, a flu, or 5G exposure.

    Unless a doctor has knowledge of what 5G can do, then you cannot depend on that doc for a valid diagnosis (unless you know for CertaiN you’ve not been near 5G).

    The doctor in the above video thinks he is seeing something that he has never seen before(true for him) and believes the standard way of treating it is wrong (also true). Apparently he doesn’t yet know about 5G exposure, which is what he seems to have coming into his Intensive Care facility for the past 9 days or so.

    If you have 5G over exposure, is a malaria drug or an anti viral a good idea? If it is toxic to some degree, it wouldn’t seem so. Not unless it also is an anti inflammatory which also aids in oxygen uptake.

    If you have BOTH a flu and 5G overexposure, then hopefully getting oxygen into your lungs will help with both. However, the doc said that ventilators seem not to be helping. Too much pressure? Maybe an oxygen tank on low press?

  16. wylie1 says:

    One [could] speculate that those dying in Wuhan early on, either had way too much 5G exposure or both 5G and flu. Or their system simply too compromised to handle a flu. It would seem some of each of these have been occurring around the world.

    Meaning typical flu death rate in areas of no or low 5G. Higher “corona virus” hits and deaths in areas with 5G.

    The above doctor is in New York City.

  17. cherub says:

    A Rolls Royce with toilet paper wheels… I am not joking. See the first video below.

    The Rich are Laughing at Us

  18. Octium says:

    Theres no need to watch the mainstream media.

    If you want to know what they have been up to, just ask the nearest sheeple what their opinion is?

    You will get nice summery of everything that’s been on the mainstream media for the last week without having to waste your own time!

  19. scpat says:

    This guy is a superstar. A true pro at what he does. Looking forward to your next conversation with him.

  20. peter64 says:

    Hey James, I just heard a good interview with Dr Pippa Malmgren from April 2nd. (bottom interview time mark 29:53) (regarding crypto currency)

    She was part of the team that organized the tax break after 911. It seems she is onboard with the digital currency being used to dole out the money after the corona crisis.

    Earlier in the same interview the discuss how she is consulting with various governments (most probably UK government) on how they are going to attempt to auction off all the failed insolvent assets. She gets stuck in a tough place when questioned about how they intend to prevent big players with 0 cost of capital from swooping in and buying everything up. And resorts to saying something along the lines of, we have the technology now to ensure that the assets will be fairly auctioned…..

    It’s a shame that lockheed martin couldn’t figure out how to have the different accounting systems talk to each other during the earlier bailouts from the mortgage fraud and missing trillions from the DOD. Yet somehow there’s no issue making a software system within just afew months that are going to ensure that assets are fairly auctioned off at 5 cents on the dollar as she puts it….

    She seems like a genuinely positive person trying to do good, and even notes how it may all go horrible wrong…

    It’s worth a watch as are some of the other interviews on that page.

    • peter64 says:

      Just to follow up on this comment, my fx broker is now delisting bitcoin.

      “OANDA Asia Pacific has recently undertaken a review of its Bitcoin offering and decided that, effective 15 May 2020 market close, we will no longer offer trading in Bitcoin products across all of our trading platforms.

      Beginning 20 April 2020, your account will be set to ‘closing only’ for all Bitcoin instruments, so you are not able to open any new Bitcoin positions.”

      Seems the government sanctioned digital currency is likely coming soon… Although totally obvious, this interview with Pippa was on the money when it said they were going to start to shut the doors on competing crypto currency.

  21. Not related to the fed, but you guys have to see the very revealing mentality & behavior of these doctors

    • Octium says:

      Not good. Hopefully one day when this is all over there will be a real “Nuremberg” trial and these doctors and nurses will be dealt with. The NSA has the records of who they all are. There will be no “I was only following orders” this time.

    • manbearpig says:

      Well that was duly terrifying, nauseating and enraging…

      “there’s gonna be a revolution, you just put that in motion…”

      I couldn’t watch the whole thing but the eeriest, most sickeningly horrible thing about this seems to be that those doctors

      1: felt they did their moral duty and

      2: felt they had the right to force a vaccination on someone…

      This is not medical care; This is murderously blind religious fervor…

      • manbearpig says:

        and it occurs to me that perhaps a large percentage, if not a majority of the people watching that video will applaud those doctors as saviors…

        and THAT, in fact, is the scariest thing about your video there…

        • haros says:

          No doubt about that. I have just read an Spanish news article about the possibility of Spanish people having to bring mask for a long time (maybe until the vaccine is developed) and comments simply accepted it and they are almost begging for the vaccine. I have felt so depressed reading that…

          Are they talking about the same in France?

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            A mandated mask thing is something I have a hard time with.
            I feel ya, haros.

            • haros says:

              Yes, me too. If we feel like this for a mask imagine if they set mandatory vaccines… Although I feel that they will implement it associated to the credit score or something like that, and not by “force”.

          • mkey says:

            There is a concerted effort here by the politicians to ditch masks because, due to shortages, public opinion probes have show that people are quite pissed about how they have all the masks they need. So this served as a reminder of the deeply divided reality we’re living in.

            An election is close so these guys have to be on their best behavior for the duration of the next six months.

            • haros says:

              It is interesting to see how all governments do what they are told but they can choose how to handle the crisis in their own way. The example of Japan with the Olympics is very revealing.

              By the way, I was looking up what countries in the world had been locked-down and I saw that Croatia doesn’t have an end date. When have you been told that it will be finished?

              • mkey says:

                For three weeks now they have been saying how the next three weeks are crytical. While there is no end in sight, the timeline is quite tight.

                The tourist season should start in about two months time while it should be in full swing in about three months.

                The preseason should have already started, but everyone is keeping a lid on that one. All that I’m hearing is cancellations and postponed start, but not from the media, of course. The past years, during April, the preseason was all the rage in the media.

                The pensions issue has been broached, just as an aside. People forget, but I remember even though I was just a kid, during the ninties when the existing pension funds (savings) had been ravaged only to be later replaced by “intergenerational solidarity” fund. I.e. you pay for what we stole.

                Back to the topic, in five months time there is an election scheduled.

                My assessment of the situation: they will probably drag this on for a month longer, then que in a massive propaganda campaign to bolster the tourist season statistics. Then before everyone gets pissed over getting bent over, the “second wave” starts and probably delays the election, maybe slides into early 2021.

                They’ll probably probe for public support and try to ride a scandal or some other bull into a resounding victory. Which will probably be untennable so a big left right coallition is to be expected.

                Oh yes, they have also announced a radical turn in the economy. They figure that having almost no domestic production for three decades is no good so we are goimg change that. Just like that, because we can. May they’ll hire Obama to do his little speech.

            • haros says:

              For three weeks now they have been saying how the next three weeks are crytical… they are doing the same in many countries. I think that one of the reasons why Governments are behaving like this is to dispair people, a kind of torture. I haven’t watched it but I saw that David Icke had uploaded a video with the title: “Extended Lockdowns, A Form Of Mass Torture”, so he points out to the same hypothesis.

              Do you think that there will be a holiday season this year? I wonder what would happen if there is another wave of the “virus” and they have to lockdown people in Spain in July/August (+40ºC). If people don’t get furious about that, then there wouldn’t be hope for people in this country.

              Damn, this “intergenerational solidarity” fund sounds criminal! Did the Government increase the taxation to get this money?

              Everything you say sounds logical. It is a matter of what the “powers” want to do too. All these measures have as one of their goals to push mass vaccination, but I wonder if with these lockdowns they have achieved what they wanted: to create a need in people for the vaccine. If they consider that they haven’t, they will keep pushing all this situation as hard as they can for months.

              Taking into account what you say about your country, have you decided to leave Croatia? I am struggling myself with this question.

              • mkey says:

                Combined taxes on income are 40% and up. Majority of that goes for medical “insureance” ( a bottomeless pitt) and these pension funds. There are three funds; the first takes two thirds and is meant for existing penioners; one third goes into the second fund, that’s my “savings” of which I’m never going to see a single dime; the third fund is optional, it’s for those idiots who think they should part with more of their money.

                Regarding leaving, I’m not sure for where to take off. Similar to what Broze said in the recent interview, these failed and failing states only want to keeo up with appearances of having everything under control, but they are far from it. The people are the major issue, they simply won’t budge.

      • Sorry, I should have mentioned that I don’t think the title of the video is accurate.
        I think the doctor was trying to draw blood, not inject something.
        Not that it matters very much anyway.
        Transplant these same people into another room in a near mid-plandemic future where forced ‘vaccination’ is being carried out and this stomach turning scene is what we’d see.

        • mkey says:

          I don’t expect this type of forced vaccine administration, it’s going to be a lot more insidious. They’ll simply make your life as inconvenient as possible if you don’t play ball.

          • I think that’s the more likely scenario in the case of the usual set of ‘vaccines’ that are always being pushed.
            When it comes to the ‘vaccine’ for COVID-19 however, I think it’s pretty much a coin toss at this point.
            There is still a very real possibility that they’re going to try to force that one.

            • haros says:

              Although I am afraid that they could force us, I think that in the long term it is much easier for them to do as mkey says: to make our lives as difficult as possible to live in society. Otherwise, people could feel sorry for those who don’t want to get vaccinated and start thinking “why” (although at this point I have doubts about people’s abilities and compassion)

              As a side note, in the last years I have had a question in my mind: why the heck are media and social networks promoting “travelling lifestyle” so much? In the past people lived in the same town most of their lives and they didn’t have the need to go somewhere else (of course there were exceptions). Now it seems that if you don’t go to Bali in summer, you are the most miserable person in the world.

              Now I am starting to think that it was precisely to be able to limit this new need. No vaccination? Oh, don’t worry Joe, but your social credit now is negative and you can’t get on a plane/train, so forget about travelling for years. You don’t want to get your digital tattoo? Oh, don’t worry, but you can’t do anything.

        • mik says:

          Oh man, that is very very hard prediction, how far they will go.

          They have huge support, people bought into virus scare, they have mandate to be nasty.
          For not taking vaccine, in best case scenario they will make your life extremely inconvenient, towards miserable for some folks.
          I wouldn’t be surprised they will find a case to show forced vaccination.
          I’m curious what will be with underage children whose parents reject vaccination. I believe they will use this for some nasty propaganda.

          • flammable says:

            People who are allergic to vaccines should get exemptions. Maybe we can join that group. Not just vaccine allergies but I also like to add petroleum and opioid based medicine as well. I cannot prove that I am allergic but I am willing to repeat the lie enough times. Hopefully authorities would appreciate that I speak their language.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks AnimalsArentFood,

      Dallas – That’s my area.
      Like many others here have said, I will do whatever I can to stay away from the hospital system.

    • mkey says:

      Those weren’t doctors, but mostly cops or hospital “cops” whatever the “authority” was confered upon them. And I don’t think the guy was getting a vaccine, but an IV. AND I think he comitted a terrible mistake wheb he decided to go to the hospital.

      What is really scary for me here is that these kind of stories are normalizing doctors’ feelings about someone’s state of mind and ability to make their own decisions. In other words, one’s rights can be abrogated by some unbased, unaccountable feelings and hunches.

      • manbearpig says:

        Yea, I’d glanced at parts of that video quickly between two classes and after clicking the submit button I thought about lack of context …

        it nevertheless eloquently poses a topical dilemma and seems to confirm that

        the only rights you really have are the ones you can enforce yourself.

        Which is why, as you mentioned, I’ll continue to steer clear of doctors and hospitals to the extent that I can.

        However, all the women in my residence have taken it upon themselves to enthousiastically create masks that are as stylish as they are ineffective except as a symbol of social compliance.

        Frederick, a zealous neighbor living and breathing on the other side of our living room wall, has radiantly insisted that we accept the fruit of her meaningful labors. I haven’t yet calculated when to place my brutal refusal: at the moment of acquiring the flowery burqa or at the moment I’m actually supposed to don it, in public…

        good grief… the rubber is about to meet the road and I’m not sure how much traction I’ve got…

        • mkey says:

          I don’t think I can offer any advice here other than to say that you simply need to stop caring what others think. You’ll always be that wierd piece in the chocolate box nobody really wants and that’s just how it goes.

          You need to be like a mirror: let kind people see a kind person, let assholes see an asshole. I have forgotten about trying to get along with some people a long while ago and haven’t looked back.

          • Mungjam says:

            I had a work meeting with one guy on the deck in my backyard yesterday. He walked around the house and we sat a good 4m apart talking, although we are about on the same page with this heist and we briefly discussed some of the data manipulation and damage to livelihoods. His little dog ran through the hedge into the neighbour’s backyard and I noticed my neighbour hanging out within earshot. That evening the neighbours drew near my property to engage their nightly clapping, hollering and pot clanking vodoo ritual and this pickup truck kept circling the block to stop in front of my house, then lean on the horn like a wedding was going on. Unleashed by modest free speech in my backyard, not mirrored confrontation. A long shot from.

            • Jed says:

              My Pop has this framed on his office wall:
              “Stress – the confusion created when one’s mind overrides the body’s basic desire to choke the living shit out of some asshole who desperately deserves it.”

              • Jed says:

                “has this” edit “had”

              • Mungjam says:

                Wow, all of a sudden a whole bunch of guilt disappeared. This is a great de stressor destined to grace my wall shortly, thanks Jed. I absolutely despise being hauled up onto someone’s private stage to play a villain part in their narcistic script.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Very, very interesting anecdote Mungjam.

              This example is probably being cloned throughout the world.
              What a covert mechanism to divide us.

            • mkey says:

              Living among people who entertain these ceremonies on a regular basis sounds hellish. Like that bad dream you pull out of all drenched in ice cold sweat, your toe nail splintered from when you hit the side of the bed in a knee jerk reaction to absolute horror; all the while being extatic that the ordeal is over and that it all was just a dream… ahem.

          • manbearpig says:

            Thanks for the time and effort of a reply and the advice! But it’s not that simple.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          This is how I handle those things…
          Take the fruit with a smile and thank you and conversation.

          We all get gifts for Christmas and Birthdays which we don’t want.
          Sometimes it can be appropriate to wear that gifted ugly sweater for a brief time.
          A child’s art creation may need to go on the wall temporarily.

          • manbearpig says:

            Thanks HRS, that’s soothing. I just have the ever more nagging sensation that it’s not honest enough given the juncture…

            Incidentally, still have all those 25-year old art creations from the 1st grade hanging on the walls, gathering dust on bookcases, “Joyeuse Fête des Mères Maman!”, to the dismayed mortification of the artists…

            anyhow, it’s Campari time! Cheers Dear!

  22. MagicBullet says:

    John Titus is very cool, very informative, and a great choice for a CR interview. Even the very-bright light from the window behind him makes him look angelic.

    Question for James, John or others, is there a financial smoking gun of “foreknowledge” of Corona before the first report of break-out in China? That would hint on the engineered vs natural birth of COVID-19. Not just Event 201, but some stock trading or other transactions.

    • IMO, the CEO’s that stepped down are a strong indicator of foreknowledge of a plan-demic.
      Up to that point, absent psychic powers, there was no way any one of those CEO’s could have predicted an upcoming catastrophe to such an extent that they’d be willing to step down.

    • mik says:

      I think almost crash of repo market in september 2019 is smoking gun. Uncle sam wouldn’t be able to get money if Fed didn’t intervene at the time. Uncle sam unable to get money in nowadays system means sky is falling down.
      More in my previous commentary above.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I totally agree with you about September and the Repo market, which James also wrote about in October with
        Everything (g)Old is New Again: What QE4 Means For You

        What I had found extraordinary at the time…
        was that instead of becoming alarmed by the Repo, the markets went full tilt insane, climbing ever higher on a weekly basis.

        A piranha feeding frenzy of stock buying with no basis in the fundamentals. The bubble grew and grew and grew.

        As I reflect upon the entire scenario, the
        “time” or “timing” issue for me is a puzzlement.
        While I was fully expecting the bubble to burst at some point, it just kept growing and growing despite all the bad indicators. This “timing” threw me…it seemed so puzzling insane, so slow for markets to react.

        And again, in March when suddenly things started to crash, markets were fast to react, as everyone went bearish quickly, overnight. The switch in speed threw me. The “timing” threw me again.

        I have to conclude that there really is no logical or sane predictability to the entire world scenario, other than it is chaotic.

        • Mungjam says:

          “….as everyone went bearish quickly, overnight”

          That actually is one of my higher hopes. Thinking there maybe are a ton of people out there clued in, who have been closely watching on the ledge for the roll-out. It came down in a ridiculous speed. Difficult to get a feel for in this darn isolation jar. All I can see are frenzied neighbours.

        • mik says:


          Agree, it’s hard to predict chaotic system, particularly attach some high probability to very precise prediction.

          Still, we can say something about chaotic system, we can look at the past and try to derive some knowledge, because it’s easier to be a general after battle.
          Chaotic system we are talking about, markets, are similar to fluid dynamics. We have formulas for describing fluid dynamics, but their usefulness is very limited. I want to say these systems are not chaos in a sense without rules, there are rules, but systems are so complex they defy out reasoning beside maybe some basic comprehension.

          I think it’s normal behavior that markets were first slow to react, but when they finally reacted it was promptly. I think they were well aware of situation that they are playing high risk game. This game is enormous flywheel that provided them some gain, there was no possibility to stop, to much was on stake. Covid emergency gives possibility for controlled crash, I mean people in general won’t blame rich mf playing wall street game for economic mayhem.

          I remember back in a day, when foreign experts were walking around former eastern block and preaching Shock Therapy, “famous” Jeffrey mf Sachs (look what he is doing now), they said government cannot be financed by borrowing at central bank, because that is an utter blasphemy in market economy.
          Few decades later former utter blasphemy became normality.

          Regarding smoking gun, Z. Pozsar and repo markets. First, I assume Pozsar is not making up stuff.
          If you look at figure 1 in his Global Money Notes #26 you’ll notice that Treasury immediately sucked almost all intervention provided by Fed like it’s been dry.

          Several reasons could be found:
          there was not enough money on the market. Probably not since stocks where going up, therefore some money should have been available for the most risk free investment.
          Next reason, maybe the most influential trade, High Frequency Trade started to play different strategies in the game. Very interesting, why they don’t say AI trade??
          The only possible technology behind HFT is AI, machine learning, however you want to name it.
          Many people are unaware that AlphaGo beat best player on the world using also moves that were considered crap by go-masters, who latter realized these were indeed magic moves.

          Whatever the reasons, the question stays: how is it possible that customer who could be deemed 4A stayed without money and money magician(fed) had to step in.

  23. MagicBullet says:

    Thanks! Why would they willingly step down or be pushed out? This link gives details and says its only partially true:

    Hope there will be a money trail to follow somehow, though Titus showed the Fed boosting up before it’s not like a 9.11 smoking gun.

  24. Jed says:

    All these markets, loops, charts, it’s all so complicated, I’d have to be an expert economist to understand the language alone. Outside and inside loops, net. profit percentages of sub prime what-the-fuck?!
    It’s like watching a sumo wrestler getting ass-raped by Bill Gates, and hearing him describe it, along with his shame and displeasure. Like who cares?, just break ‘em in half!
    Thank you Mr. Corbett for this fine “Interview 1533”, and thank you Mr. Titus for your warrior-like dedication to this work. I’m mean no disrespect to you. My Pop was a lawyer, I had failing grades in math, so economics to me is like listening to algebra lectured in righteous legal ease. It pisses me off. Good work.

    • Jed says:

      A lot of the finance wizards, Wall St. Gods, CEOs, Ad executives, they come out here to the Hamptons to build McMansions. The cleverest, greediest, pushiest people on this planet come to NYC, ply their craft, run each other into the pavement, then the winners come out here. We see them, smell them, serve them food and drinks, build their additions, cut their laws, clean their toilets — service economy — . They are to a person, the dweebiest, soft handed, round shouldered, scaling whimpiest folks you could imagine. There’s no particular race or religion but they do look similar, real thin and artificial. How in hell do these people run our planet?

    • mkey says:

      Mathematics does’t play a significant role in economy. You would be far better served with degrees in propaganda, delusional thinking and dogmatic practices. And, of course, newspeek.

  25. Hotfoot says:

    James, John Titus’ material is, I think we can all agree, fantastic. I notice he doesn’t have a website and I can’t see him elsewhere, outside Youtube. I can only wonder how long before he is taken down from there. Can I make a suggestion that you obtain his small collection of informative films and host them on TCR? I know this is a bit unorthodox, but these are crazy times, and those are very important films. I’m certain John would acquiesce…

  26. r.m.m says:

    Excellent interview. I downloaded all the Best Evidence videos and am viewing them for the first time. Beautiful work.

    However, the clangy-loud music on a few of the episodes drastically interferes with comprehension. At least mine.

    I have FinalCut Pro X and tried to work on this problem without success. Does anyone here know if/how I can suppress the music but keep the vocal track? Or maybe there are transcripts that I can read instead?

    • mkey says:

      Try PotPlayer. It has several built in filters, some of them should allow you to boost voices or supress background sound/noise. I will not vouch for quality, your mileage may vary.

    • lovetodust says:

      I had the same challenge with the music. I had to fast-forward a few times because the music really interfered (for me) with the material.

      (I have wondered about this particular issue over the years. People put together these illuminating videos, which I know and appreciate are labors of love and commitment – but then overlay them with a hugely distracting score. Only pointing this out because in cases like Mr. Titus the information is so fascinating and important)

      In any case, good luck with a solution.

  27. pablo says:

    Can we ask (“push”) John Titus to post “Best Evidence” elsewhere, not in youtube?

    Also, is there a way to help him economically?

    great job everyone, take care!


  28. cat says:

    James, why are you not exposing BLACKROCK? This toxic company has been put in charge to “manage” the “merger” of the Federal Reserve and US Treasury.

    Pepe Escobar wrote about BlackRock in his excellent Planet Lockdown article

    Pepe wrote:
    “The privileged private contractor for the slush fund is none other than BlackRock. Here’s the extremely short version of the whole, astonishing scheme, masterfully detailed here.”
    How BlackRock Leveraged Control of the U.S. Economy

    BlackRock is larger than Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, and JP Morgan combined. They single-handedly manage most of the money that is in private equity and hedge funds combined worldwide.

    • manbearpig says:

      Thanks for the info Cat. I’ll take a look.

    • peter64 says:

      This piece of information was very interesting to me, as I’m seeing something that very much re-enforces this, a company of ~30000 in very bad situation but being kept on life support. Meanwhile it appears there is an aggressive takeover of the same company occurring in the stock market, so the management has instituted a poison pill on the stock (to deter takeover?) which has fallen over 90% in the last month. Biggest holder of stock, no other than, Blackrock.. Not sure if the poison pill is really to deter a takeover, or just to fatten payout to existing holders because they know Blackrock is gonna swoop in and buy everything using all this new liquidity. Time will tell…

    • cat says:

      If y’all want some serious BlackRock details, check out Adam Green of Know More News. On April 2, 2020, he did an hour and a half show called Trump’s Wall Street Wolfpack. The perfidy is jaw=dropping.

    • lovetodust says:

      This video was very informative until the host started pointing out, actually reading the names of, people with a certain ethic/religious lineage on Wall Street.

      Everyone is entitled to their opinion, and I value the freedom of the internet, but that kind of thing muddies the water for me. I won’t listen to it.

      Another reason I very much appreciate the Corbett Report and its members.

      • lovetodust says:

        Hi again – My reply ended up in the wrong que.

        My previous comment about reading aloud last names refers to “How BlackRock Leveraged Control…”QT4 video suggested about.

        Not the Adam Green. I have not viewed that.

        • cat says:

          BlackRock is a highly toxic company that now holds the keys to the kingdom. If all 8 members of the board were African American or Swiss or transexual or WASP or Vietnamese, I think no one would have a problem pointing that out.

          You may want to study why you like so very many people go into kneejerk self-silencing whenever anything negative is pointed out about jews. Might it keep us from connecting the dots?

          Who disproportionately owns, controls and/or influences Wall Street? The media? Election contributions? Silicon Valley technology? On and on. Study it. Across all spectrums we are not allowed to analyse what this means. Simply astonishing.

          Study censored history, my friend. This didn’t just happen.

  29. tomcom says:

    As a subscriber to the Corbett Report and a member of the Plant-Powered People (PPP) of Arizona, I found this interview to be the perfect vehicle for educating my fellow PPPs as suggested in the recent “The Corbett Report Challenge” video. Vegans don’t much like to swallow what the US alphabet agencies like the FDA, CDC are dosing out in cahoots with big pharma and the medical establishment. April 2020 will be the 240th consecutive, monthly “World’s Best Raw Potluck” and we’re not going to let any COVID-19 fear-mongering rain on our parade. You can check out our invitation emailed to our list of almost 400 PPPs in the Phoenix area: Our Facebook page: A future project will be to educate my fellow PPPs with your Big Oil documentaries. Thanks, James, for your excellent work in the “Burgeoning Truth Movement”. Tom Compton (

  30. Viv Aldistaw says:

    Maybe we should storm Area 51 with guns that shoot dollars?

  31. carvers says:

    …so the REPO market is really just a pawn shop!

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