Interview 1553 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

06/12/2020105 Comments

Welcome back to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

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Story #1: Cops TV Series Cancelled After 33 Seasons Amid Police Brutality Protests

The Weird DARPA/Facebook “Coincidence” You Never Heard About

Story #2: US, Russia Agree To Hold Nuclear Talks This Month

Developing Security in a White Water World: Preparing for the Arctic

Envoy: US Will Spend Russia and China Into Oblivion in Nuclear Arms Race

US Withdraws From Open Skies Treaty

Dems Vote to Renew ‘USA Freedom ACT’ (fka Patriot Act), Giving Trump Even MORE Police Powers

Story #3: Historical Court Case – The Fluoride Cover Up Will Soon Be Exposed

Questions For Corbett on Japan’s fluoridation

Interview 1352 – Dr. Paul Connett on the Case Against Fluoride

Interview 1552 – Derrick Broze Announces #ExposeBillGates Global Day of Action

Courtroom Battle Could Lead to Limits on Fluoridation of Drinking Water

Derrick Broze: “Looks Like My Arrest From Last Week Was One of the Cases Dismissed.”

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  1. Lucas.A says:

    Great report! I just wanted to add that the Fluoride Network has a great article that everyone should take a look at, which explains the fifty reasons to oppose Fluoride:

    https://fluoridealert.org/articles/50-reasons/

    A great cheap water filter that has a TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) tester with the filter is Zero Water Filter, which can be located here:

    https://zerowater.com/

    I’ve also heard from Erin Brockovich that Reverse Osmosis water filters are the best way to filter the water. She recommends one, however, I haven’t tested it or tried it yet.

    Thanks, for the report!

    • wda says:

      (better to) Don’t “filter the water” but stop the water being poisoned (methinks).

      • Lucas.A says:

        That would be ideal, however, the powers that control the water system are fighting tooth and nail to include Fluoride for some odd reason, which is why I recommended a water filter while this gets sorted out.

  2. I Shot Santa says:

    Really graceful just put out an excellent video called “defund the police?” as well. Fluorida is not only fluoridated, they have tons of other toxins in the water. Which might explain why America’s Wang is always pointed south. EWG has my town’s water listed as non-potable. Of course, all the local political gangsters only want the federal money from fluoridation. HRS had a video here once about the mayor of Dallas in a forum on it. You could tell he was going for it whenever he mentioned the million dollars the feds were offering to do so. Sickening.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    FLUORIDE TRIAL

    I am very excited about this trial. Our Texas group has been fighting the battle for years with over 100 presentations to the Dallas City Council and other local suburbs. DallasForSaferWater.com

    On that “Dallas For Safer Water” Home Page, you see three of the Corbett videos (there is more Corbett on other webpages).
    One of the three videos is a “New World Next Week”.
    On the Home Page, as you scroll down you will see the QUEUED video about Japan. You can’t miss it.

    Corbett Report SUB-THREAD with links to the Fluoride Trial.
    https://www.corbettreport.com/too-little-too-late-india-stands-up-to-the-cdc/#comment-86023

  4. manbearpig says:

    …a few disparate and idle remarks:

    Did you guys say COPS was preparing for its 33rd season when it was ostracized? Its 33rd season. More lucky-number-seven Lagarde numerology?

    Still concerning Hollywoodian tittytainment: Black Mirror had an episode in its first season called “15 Million Merits” that I thought was a brilliant demonstration of the productification of dissent .

    I’ve been saying Exactly that; I’ve been suggesting to all my students that the “riots” and demonstrating concerning Floyd George, etc was perhaps really all about ushering in technocratic total contact tracing surveillance and control under the pretext of the brutal, incompetent and otherwise allegedly overwhelmed police and military.

    The “robots can’t be racist” remark reminds me of Joy “poet of code” Buolamwini valiantly fighting against racial bias in facial reconition algorithms:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UG_X_7g63rY
    At the time it came out I thought this Ted Talk was just a way of skirting the debate about whether facial recognition was in and of itself ethical at all by immediately making it a racial issue.

    Yup, good reminder, always gotta keep your “globalist decoder” turned on.

    And finally, I enjoyed the “GI Joe in the Snow” predictive programming reference and will keep an very interested eye on this new Arctic militarization that brings a whole new dimension to the concept of “Cold War”…

  5. robert.t says:

    So about twelve months on from any fluoride ban we can expect reports of tooth fairy believers raiding the dumpsters outside overcrowded dental surgeries. Despairing dental nurses will keep up their spirits by doing chorus numbers in empty waiting rooms. As you do when you are exhausted and overworked.

    Of course, I’m exaggerating the media’s capacity for absurdity and fakery. I think.

  6. anna.f says:

    You can watch this historic case here st 8:30am Pacific Time, 4:30pm in Ireland and UK.
    https://cand-uscourts.zoomgov.com/j/1607275798?pwd=UTZiNE1lbDE1

    Bill Hirzy ex head of the EPA Union and dedicated anti fluoridationist shared this link
    epaunionhistory.org in our post case teleconference get together here -https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/attendee/tZckc–tqTstE9EPuSSy6u7MmWIsI15iIHXz/ics?user_id=96EX2H2fTaSvNL3wNc3syw

  7. I Shot Santa says:

    Back to the cops, Jamie Dlux just put out a video called United Invasion. In it he shows the efforts by the usual such to have the UN police us. That’s one of the many lines in stone I have.

    PS: my battery is at 33% while writing this. Coincidence?

    • robert.t says:

      EU-branded armoured vehicles were used to bust up Yellow Vests. From there it’s a short hop from to using external personnel who won’t care what they do in someone else’s nest. (One hears of large numbers of non-European military-aged males seeking employment in Europe. I wonder…)

      You have to hand it to the hierarchs of the 33 Club. They may be insane and malevolent…but they have a certain cunning.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        Yellow vets. Haven’t even heard them mentioned in months. Not on the net anyway. Isn’t it strange how all of those we’re told are here to defend us are always used against us.

        As for the cunning ones, I’m not really impressed. They do hold all the trump cards, but they lack the understanding of true individuals. Also, courage. They always fold under pressure. They are well indoctrinated in their feelings of superiority, but they’ve never truly suffered just for the right to live. As a result, their thoughts and actions are childish. With no true fortitude. Even though the majority will not wake up until it’s all over, these bitches can’t win.

  8. Fupi says:

    At the outset of the Russian Revolution criminals were deliberately released from jail and ‘encouraged’ to attack and kill police. This is history repeating itself whereby police are being told to stand down in the face of riots and defunded. One gathers that BLM is funded by George Soros’ Open Society. It’s a Marxist coup.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      A global Marxist coup. Or some equally totalitarian coup. Bloody, but doomed.

    • mik says:

      ” It’s a Marxist coup”.

      I’ve tried hard to find marxism, no success.
      And tried again…nothing.

      Then I realized: Where are gulags, mass famine, scavengers, plague, communist revolution, well, there is something like Cheka but obviously not under control of revolutionary party

      Logic supreme:
      It’s not evil enough, therefore can’t be marxist, no way.

      • Duck says:

        The ‘Marxist’ bolsheviks were funded by wallstreet.
        The neocons are the sons of Trotskites.
        A long snake has two ends but when they slither in the grass you dont see their connected

        https://www.bitchute.com/video/9yks7CkfuUIi/
        Avatar7’s video was pretty interesting “marx and Engles were spooks” though I have not fact checked it much myself and he has nearly a 2 min long VERY irritating into

        • mik says:

          Of course, Duck, a recognizable train of thought.

          Didn’t fact checked, I cannot be less surprised.

          I think Marx was 006, Engels was 009,….and together they were spy cell 0069, that’s the reason why their letters had to be destroyed.

          I have to tell you, Peterson is better teacher of marxism, he lies less and is more to the point. Be ware, clean your house before approaching Peterson.

          Maybe, once in a future you will get an urge to find out what those red-jew-spooks actually said, the following link is for that moment

          https://youtu.be/V2hhrUHSD6o

          • Duck says:

            Mik

            1) MOST IMPORTANT
            When I say i have not fact checked the video I mean I’ve not gone and looked at his references. All he says (IN THAT VIDEO) is consistent with my (non-exhaustive TBH) mental store of history

            IF YOU CAN TELL ME WHERE HE “LIES” IN HIS VIDEO I WOULD APPRECIATE BEING EDUCATED

            Did u watch the video or just get put off by his synopsis or the stupid intro?

            https://www.bitchute.com/video/9yks7CkfuUIi/

            2) The fact that marxist such as trotskites can become Neocons shows that the underlying core of their thinking is expressible in various ways as is The fact that rich people can fund the destruction of a capitalist system.
            Does that follow as a logical idea now?

            3) I listened to 15 min of ‘Cuck philosophy’ (who I’ve seen before with Hauntologly which was far better https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSvUqhZcbVg ) before wondering what possible link that has with the Avatar7 vid about the Marx dodgy background and giving up.

            His reference to various later books on ecology NOT writian by marx about marx and ecology made me giggle as I recalled the silly skit avatar7 put in the start of his vid “have u read…? HAve you read…? Then how can u understand comunism?”
            🙂

            however IF you can tell me what an overview of Marx writing has to do with a HISTORICAL look at his PERSONAL AND FINANCIAL life writings I will go back and take a look.

            Now have strange urge to clean my room 😉

            • mik says:

              I have serious reservations about your APPRECIATE BEING EDUCATED.

              1. Marx and Engels were spooks = lie

              2. The only thing logical here is word ‘logical’ itself.

              3. “what an overview of Marx writing has to do with a HISTORICAL look at his PERSONAL AND FINANCIAL life writings I will go back and take a look.”

              And what it has to do with my initial claims that “I see no Marxist coup”?

              Of course anti-marxist crusader won’t miss opportunity to mount some smearing, I understand, this comes like a burp after soda.

              and now go back to video, because you said I WOULD APPRECIATE BEING EDUCATED (maybe that goes just for eventual avatar’s “lies”).

              • Duck says:

                mik
                “… Marx and Engels were spooks = lie..” is a DOGMATIC STATEMENT not an education.

                I would like you to tell me WHAT facts he states the video maker LIES about or is Wrong about

                “..Of course anti-marxist crusader won’t miss opportunity to mount some smearing..’

                The best advert for anti marxism in this thread is your inability to show what facts Avatar7 was NOT CORRECT about when making his case.

                You DO NOT or you CAN not list avatar7’s errors and show how he was wrong about MArx n Engles rather suspicious lives and dodgy behavior… so if you have an argument as to why they were NOT rothschilde related, upper class, trust fund, spooks please fire away and convince me.

                ‘..go back to video,…’ The video shows ZERO about their lives that contridicts avatar7’s ideas that they were agents provocateur who disrupted the union and labor movements of the time.

                He may be wrong BUT YOU HAVE NOT GIVEN ANY ARGUMENT AT ALL TO SHOW IT

                https://www.bitchute.com/video/9yks7CkfuUIi/

                APART from the (anoying) 4 min long intro skit at the beginning he made ACTUAL arguments and points.. counter them or admit you cant and stop wasting my time.

                If you are so weak in your conviction you cant argue with listed reasons you are not worth talking to

              • mik says:

                Duck

                who do you think you are, you quasi intellectual?

                I’ve told you avatar didn’t prove Marx and Engels were spooks. He is not just insinuating, he claimed. He is lying.
                YOU PROVE HIS CLAIMS, YOU NEED THIS FOR YOUR SMEARING AD-HOMINEM CAMPAIGN. I’m not interested in this.
                I’m interested in ideas Marx and Engels produced.

                I’m not surprised you don’t recognize your smearing.

                Regarding wasting your time …
                but particularly my time

                STAY AWAY FROM ME FOREVER.
                NEVER EVER REPLY TO MY COMMENT.
                THIS IS A DEMAND.

              • Duck says:

                ‘…STAY AWAY FROM ME FOREVER.
                NEVER EVER REPLY TO MY COMMENT.
                THIS IS A DEMAND….’

                Ok dude, you got it

                If you have NO COMMENT to challenge the idea I guess I will go on believing marx, engles, and (thanks to the work of Dr Spence at university of idaho) Trostky and Lenin were agents of capitalists
                “Wall Street and the Russian Revolution 1905-1925”
                Dr Richard B Spence

                OH, BTW I do most certainly claim to be a ‘quasi’-intellectual since I’m self educated past age 13.

                Whats YOUR excuse?

  9. https://SaidIt.net has ALSO been under DDoS ATTACK for the last 2 days, where the Corbett Report is ALWAYS shared, as well as most of The Last American Vagabond, The Conscious Resistance, etc etc etc.

    SaidIt has been truth-seeking since day one, and has been covering the Coronovirus scam as well as the riots, from all angles, corporate and alternative.

    FYI, SaidIt just passed under the 10,000 most visited sites in the USA (https://saidit.net/s/SaidIt/comments/4s8p/according_to_alexa_rankings_saiditnet_is_now_in/), and recently announced that they’ve federated (https://saidit.net/s/SaidIt/comments/4s2e/i_am_proud_to_announce_saidit_and_notabugio_have/) so can now be decentralized.

    Now, or soon, might be a good time to reach out to magnora7, founder, and expert on the Rothschilds, to talk about the pros and cons of adopting the formerly open-source old-Reddit code and taking on all the refugees censored and banned from Reddit, good, bad, and ugly.

    Here is my own outdated article on SaidIt: https://infogalactic.com/info/SaidIt

  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Personally, I thought this Professor wrote a good essay.

    UCLA Prof Suspended, Under Police Protection After Refusing To Exempt Black Students From Final Exam
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/ucla-prof-suspended-under-police-protection-after-refusing-exempt-black-students-final

    EXCERPTS
    …Klein wrote back to one student that he was being asked to make a distinction that he could not possibly make. This is the entirety of the message:

    Thanks for your suggestion in your email below that I give black students special treatment, given the tragedy in Minnesota.

    Do you know the names of the classmates that are black? How can I identify them since we’ve been having online classes only? Are there any students that may be of mixed parentage, such as half black-half Asian? What do you suggest I do with respect to them? A full concession or just half? Also, do you have any idea if any students are from Minneapolis?

    I assume that they probably are especially devastated as well.

    I am thinking that a white student from there might be possibly even more devastated by this, especially because some might think that they’re racist even if they are not.

    My TA is from Minneapolis, so if you don’t know, I can probably ask her. Can you guide me on how you think I should achieve a “no-harm” outcome since our sole course grade is from a final exam only? One last thing strikes me:

    Remember that MLK famously said that people should not be evaluated based on the “color of their skin.” Do you think that your request would run afoul of MLK’s admonition?
    Thanks, G. Klein

    …Thousands have signed a petition that declares Klein must be fired for his “extremely insensitive, dismissive, and woefully racist response” and “blatant lack of empathy and unwillingness to accommodate his students.”….

    • weilunion says:

      “Remember that MLK famously said that people should not be evaluated based on the “color of their skin.” Do you think that your request would run afoul of MLK’s admonition?
      Thanks, G. Klein”

      So tiring to hear and read people quote Dr. Martin Luther King who are white. White people have little understanding of racism and recklessly take King’s quotes out of context.

      King is the most favored to be quoted by fascists, supremacists and the ignorant.

      TakePence quoting King in favor of Trump’s Wall.

      https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/pence-slammed-quoting-king-defend-wall-proposal-n960826

      Try reading some history or, you can listen to James’ report on William Pepper and the murder of King.

      In the interim, we can all console ourselves over the massive injustice rendered to the poor kid who couldn’ttake an exam.

      • mkey says:

        White people have little understanding of racism and recklessly take King’s quotes out of context

        Watch it there, your racism seems to be protruding a bit more than you’d possibly desire. Tuck it back in.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Why are you tired of it weilunion? White people can quote whoever they want. You do know that there were white people who died during the civil rights movement right? What about Rachel Corie who stood up to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian home and died in the process.

        Have you ever done an actual physically brave act to help anyone?

        It’s about time people stop referencing people’s skin colors so much all the time, it’s ignorant and offensive.

        MLK was killed by the state, not some random white person. Injustice goes deeper than skin color, in fact Malcolm X said something to that effect.

        • weilunion says:

          I will let Tim Wise speak to this issue:

          http://www.timwise.org/2011/01/twisted-dream-the-disappearance-of-the-real-mlk/

          It’s been a rough year for Martin Luther King Jr., and for his legacy.

          First, as has become an annual ritual, politicians went to church or some other civic gathering for last year’s King Day celebration, even as they continued to support public policies that he found abhorrent. Whether continuing to prosecute a seemingly endless and most definitely murderous war, or by supporting cuts to vital social programs, there is no shortage of hypocrisy when it comes to proclaiming fealty to King’s vision in words, while besmirching it in deeds, all at once.

          Then of course came the venal co-optation of King’s crowning public moment — the 1963 March on Washington — by talk-show host Glenn Beck this past August. Insisting that it was time to “reclaim the civil rights movement,” because conservatives were the ones who “did it in the first place” — an inversion of history so grotesque as to boggle the imagination — Beck inspired a gathering of tens of thousands of disaffected (mostly white) reactionaries, likely none of whom had been involved with the civil rights movement, but who now would be encouraged to see themselves as the inheritors of King’s “dream.” This, even as they clamored for more tax cuts for wealthy folks and the repeal of health care reform, all at the behest of a guy (Beck) who once said he would like to kill Congressman Charlie Rangel with a shovel. I will leave it to others far more creative than myself to determine how one might square any of that with the teachings or beliefs of Dr. King. Then again, given the recent statement by a Defense Department spokesperson, to the effect that King would have likely supported the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, anything is possible.

          And this is especially true in a nation that has so thoroughly sanitized and compartmentalized King’s message, and King himself, within the pantheon of national heroes. After all, when you can strip away from the public remembrance of this man, his calls for income redistribution, his insistence that the United States had become the “greatest purveyor of violence in the world today,” and his proclamation that poverty, racism and militarism were the “triple evils” that America’s rulers had not the courage to confront, you can turn even a secular Saint such as he into a milquetoast moderate whose agenda went little beyond the ability to sit next to white people at a lunch counter, or on a bus, or in a classroom.

          When conservatives can effectively twist this man’s singular line about judging people on the “content of their character” rather than the color of their skin into a reason to oppose affirmative action, even as he openly supported such efforts in his writings and interviews in 1961, 1963, 1965 and again in 1967, it ought not surprise us that folks are a bit confused from time to time about who Dr. King was, and about the principles for which he stood.

          • Duck says:

            Dr King was a plagiarist and (like franklin) prone to personal immorality, and who would NOT be “dr” if he were anyone but Dr King…. like Washington franklin and all other symbolic and inspirational hero’s he was a person with great flaws.

            As to affirmative action- any time the state plays favorites there will be people playing the system either to gain power or advantage. Affirmative action pre-supposes that there SHOULD be a particular distribution and that the government should enforce it… always a recipe to divide and rule

            The british ruled india the same way- giving scraps to the divided peoples who hated and feared each other more then the Raj… America will ether go color blind or america will balkanize… racial politics will kill any country faster then cancer

            • weilunion says:

              I have thought to post the link Corbett did with Dr. Pepper on MLK.

              https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1272-william-pepper-reveals-who-really-killed-mlk/

              This debate here is not about King’s views, his personal life, whether you like him or not, your calculation of his morality, if he plagiarized etc.; it is about the issue of right wing white men quoting Martin Luther King.

              You have engaged in one of the many fallacies – the most popular: the red herring

              https://fallacyinlogic.com/red-herring-fallacy-the-definition-and-examples/

              Be aware of your fallacies and those of others for they are often if not usually unconscious.

              Your thoughts, in your ‘post’, are not relevant to this debate and would find a better home in the interview Corbett did as indicated above.

              • Duck says:

                They are relevant in that

                A)The “words” of Dr King (or Washington or Franklin or Gandhi) very often differed from their actions

                a1)Focus on their negative personality traits, actions and ideas is most often used to pull down and destroy rather then to build upon their positive works

                B)Dr King is the face of the civil rights movement and the idea ascribed him of judging people based on their actions is the only acceptable idea for racial harmony.
                Any other idea then judging a person for their actions is just racial politics with no moral justification in the minds of those who loose the game.

                He may (like Washington who kept slaves or Franklin who wanted to ban immigration of ‘dark skinned’ races) have thought, writian and acted differently in practice but the ideas that people PERCEIVE they stood for are ideas that anyone of any color can use to make a point… infact the popularly “perceived” ideals of these three men are THE ONLY way that the US will continue as a free, whole, multiracial nation.
                I suspect that that boat will sail shortly under the deliberate push of media and provide cover for the economic collapse

              • mkey says:

                One claiming white people can’t understand racism calls out others for logical fallacies. Is that a bad joke?

          • cu.h.j says:

            weilunion,

            My comment was directed at your statement about “white” people and who they can quote. Any person has the right to quote whoever they want to quote.

            Further, I would classify myself as a libertarian/voluntaryist so I do not agree with state redistribution of wealth. The wealthy own the state, ie the elite .01% that is. In a free society, people would interact on a voluntary level and I doubt the elite could maintain their power if individuals had real freedom to interact economically with each other. This is my personal view.

            My take on King’s statements about wealth is that he drew attention to the economic injustice, the existence of disparities that were in fact state-sponsored. The state maintains injustice because it is an apparatus of the elite to maintain control. Thus, I believe the state is the enemy of the people, the tool of injustice, and cannot be used for real freedom. For me, this was a shift in perspective after learning just what the state is and what it does and how corrupt it is as an idea and institution. I believe there is no redeeming it, no electing of people who will do the right thing, etc.

            I also think the “conservative/liberal” “left/right” paradigm is a ploy used to maintain control and “divide and conquer”. I won’t play that game, so I don’t judge people or say they have less right to quote people or state opinions based on what particular political ideology they identify with.

            I do however really dislike the racist tone the “left” has taken to seemingly imply that “whites” have less right to state opinions or quote people who they want to quote. This goes against a free and open society, even a “democracy” that most people accept to be valid.

            I believe in less/ or no state, but even in the context of what “we” have a “democracy” any person is supposed to have an equal voice, not based on skin color, political preference, sex/gender, disability status, sexual preference and so on. Thus a “right-wing” or “left-wing” being divisive terms, by the way, do not give voices less value or weight. Nor does race.

            My point is that when you said “I am sick of white people quoting MLK” I had to oppose that racist statement and remind you that human beings actually risked and gave up their own lives to oppose injustice including “whites”. The idea that a “white” person has less merit is absurd and I am tired of that implication by “the left” that I formerly identified with, but that idea in and of itself is morally repugnant to me.

            I don’t identify as a “right-wing” or “left-wing” but as a human who wants to live in a free society. The divisiveness needs to stop and racializing language is a tool to divide. People should not be labeled and judged and ideas cast aside because another person labels them and thus de-platforms a potentially worthwhile and valuable idea or opinion.

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

            • Duck says:

              ‘…I don’t identify as a “right-wing” or “left-wing”…’

              I read some years back that during the french revolution, where ‘left and right’ were a thing based on where the people sat with their ‘ideological buddies’ they killed enough people that the term lost its meaning because the people left moved into the seats of the executed….
              🙁

            • weilunion says:

              “My comment was directed at your statement about “white” people and who they can quote. Any person has the right to quote whoever they want to quote.”

              Obviously but this is not the issue I bring up. I am talking about members of the right wing who call on the visage of MLK but quoting him out of context.

              Do you really think Glenn Beck, Mike Pence, Rush Limbaugh and O’Reilly support King’s vision of the world? Of course not but they and more, have used his words to support racism, segragationism, classism, inequality and capitalism. King was against all of the above.

              These arch conservatives or paleo conservatives are clever and like to quote King outside of any context to get points. It doesn’t work but they still try.

              “Further, I would classify myself as a libertarian/voluntaryist so I do not agree with state redistribution of wealth. The wealthy own the state, ie the elite .01% that is. In a free society, people would interact on a voluntary level and I doubt the elite could maintain their power if individuals had real freedom to interact economically with each other. This is my personal view.”

              This is not the issue. I made a claim: I said I am sick of white people who quote King. Note that you will not find many who are anti-racist quoting King. If you have Lexus look it up.

              The fad now is to quote King if one is against everything he stood for.

              I assume that what you wrote above is an attempt to vilify socialism but alas, socialism is not about redistribution of wealth, not as Marx formulated it. It is about the seizure of power, specifically the means of production.

              “My take on King’s statements about wealth is that he drew attention to the economic injustice, the existence of disparities that were in fact state-sponsored.”
              Yes, King understood how the State maintains racial divisions and discrimination, but he also aimed both barrels of the shot-gun at the private sector which sanctioned and still does racism. The State is simply the instrument of power of the ruling class.

              • weilunion says:

                Part two

                “I also think the “conservative/liberal” “left/right” paradigm is a ploy used to maintain control and “divide and conquer”. I won’t play that game, so I don’t judge people or say they have less right to quote people or state opinions based on what particular political ideology they identify with.”

                I agree but go further: there is no Left or Right, only fascism and anti-fascism. And again, people can quote whom they want. The cold calculating quotes of Pence and company are simply that: propaganda. They hate King and what he stood for. They are fascists.

                “I do however really dislike the racist tone the “left” has taken to seemingly imply that “whites” have less right to state opinions or quote people who they want to quote. This goes against a free and open society, even a “democracy” that most people accept to be valid.”

                I never said that. You infer it or are making it up.
                “I believe in less/ or no state, but even in the context of what “we” have a “democracy” any person is supposed to have an equal voice, not based on skin color, political preference, sex/gender, disability status, sexual preference and so on.”
                We do not live in a democracy we live under corporate fascism. Want democracy, read King and fight for his words and vision.
                “My point is that when you said “I am sick of white people quoting MLK” I had to oppose that racist statement and remind you that human beings actually risked and gave up their own lives to oppose injustice including “whites”. The idea that a “white” person has less merit is absurd and I am tired of that implication by “the left” that I formerly identified with, but that idea in and of itself is morally repugnant to me.”
                I’ll say it again: I am sick of white people quoting King. Why? For they are generally doing so to destroy the very ideas King held dear, and they do this by using his words and he is dead and cannot reply.

                If he was alive he would be sickened by the racism he would see and how racism puts on the cloak of respectability by quoting Black leaders.

                Racism is a system of inequality, based on race. The majority of current white politicians who quote King do so to defend and further an agenda of racism and corporate fascism and inequality based on race.

                This is my point. No one said anything about limiting speech; I said I am tired of hearing white men quote King. The only ones who see the need to do this are racists themselves. Not always, but too many times to be comfortable with.

                “We get bombarded by the “not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character” quote we all know and love. We get hit with “darkness cannot drive out darkness” memes that keep us feeling cozy in our comfort zones. We see “I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear,” over and over, and nod our heads in placid agreement. People of all stripes share MLK quotes that give us all the warm fuzzies, and we think, “Wow, what an amazing, peaceful, universally beloved man.”

                Before you share an MLK quote, understand that you’re quoting a proud political radical who was a socialist and against capitalism.

                https://www.upworthy.com/if-you-quote-mlk-but-havent-read-his-letter-from-a-birmingham-jail

              • Duck says:

                ‘…socialism is not about redistribution of wealth, not as Marx formulated it. It is about the seizure of power, specifically the means of production…’

                Socialism predates Marx and has , as you say, always been about seizing power. The question is, however, power for who?

                Look to the french revolution to find out

                Seizure of the means of production places power (of food supply and work availability) in the hands of a small managerial class that ends up with MORE power then any capitalist in a free market.

                It is identical to fascism (in this regard) since socialism has the power of reducing to slavery workers who depend on monopolized dispensation of the means of life.

                Rather then workers trading trade labor (true, most often at a disadvantage) the socialist system monopolizes the distribution of goods far MORE effectively the capitalism and makes slaves the worker

              • weilunion says:

                You say:

                Seizure of the means of production places power in the hands of a small managerial class that ends up with MORE power then any capitalist in a free market.

                It is identical to fascism in this regard since it has the power of reducing to slavery those who depend on monoploized dispensation of the means of life.

                Evidently you have not read much within socialism.

                Libertarian socialism adopts the idea that the means of production be owned by coops of workers.

                Most people think socialism is state socialism due to the Cold War rhetoric.

                Take a look at this video if you have time:

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKbukSeZ29o

                Understand the difference between workers’ socialism and state socialism — libertarian anarchism and libertarian market anarchism. The Soviet Union was NEVER socialist nor communist.

                As long as the means of production is in the hands of a few, we lose. You see it now. Everywhere

                But the rhetoric and propaganda continue equating Socialism with Sovietism.

              • Duck says:

                Weilunion

                Thanks for your reply

                ‘.. Evidently you have not read much within socialism…’

                Reading history and the effects of an ideology are more effective then reading what they SAY… Hitler made many speeches which also said positive things. Stalin gave many speeches promising good things.

                ‘…Libertarian socialism adopts the idea that the means of production be owned by coops of workers…’

                A Co-op (like ANY organization) WILL be run by a small number of people, the smartest,. best speakers, or most persuasive.
                If workers freely choose to come together and act together thats GOOD.
                BUT
                if there is no way that an worker can choose to exist OUTSIDE of the co-op system the worker IS NOT FREE, he is a serf or even a slave. They cant leave if all work is owned by a co-op system.

                ‘..Most people think socialism is state socialism..’ there WILL be a system to distribute goods, the State will not whither away but grow stronger as the new ruling class of managers collect more power

                ‘libertarian socialism’ is not possible… ‘liberty’ is the freedom to do as one chooses, which is NOT POSSIBLE if the means of life are not available outside of system.

                ‘…look at this video if you have time:
                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKbukSeZ29o ..’

                I Liked the co-ops, but I’m sorry I really cant listen to prof wolf. He gives me a headache and I still recall how stupid he was saying that taxi’s were regulated t protect customers when actually they were regulated to create a monopoly and keep non-cartel drivers out of the market.

                On the co-ops though- THIS kind of co-op is good because they exist in a free market and the members can come and go or start another or work for a capitalist or whatever as they choose.

                The co-op is not different then a number of capitalists combining to form a corporation for their own benefit. There is not force involved, and that makes it good.

                “..Understand the difference between workers’ socialism and state socialism — libertarian anarchism and libertarian market anarchism…’

                Workers co-op is NOT socialism. Its people engage in a free market choice to cooperate

                ‘..The Soviet Union was NEVER socialist nor communist…’

                Communism is the magic end point of socialism, and yes they were socialist unless you want to change the meaning of that word.

                ‘..As long as the means of production is in the hands of a few, we lose…’
                It ALWAYS will be, better a few rich people and I change my boss when I hate him then an endless army of small apparatchik bosses and no where for me to be free

                ‘..You see it now. Everywhere..’
                The means of production are not the issue, the ownership of the means of production AND the power of the state combined are the source of all our real woes

                ‘..propaganda continue equating Socialism with Sovietism…’ Soviet = ‘council’
                They said “all power to the soviets”

        • weilunion says:

          Here is another example of the exploitation of MLK

          Steve Bannon said that Martin Luther King Jr. “would be proud” of Donald Trump. Umm, what?

          In predictable, reality-bending fashion, Trump’s former strategist and adviser Steve Bannon made a bold claim about how King would feel about Trump’s performance thus far in his presidency. Speaking to BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis, he said, “If you look at the policies of Donald Trump, anybody … Martin Luther King would be proud of him, of what he’s done for the black and Hispanic community for jobs.”

          King’s daughter replied:

          “#SteveBannon has dangerously and erroneously co-opted my father’s name, work and words,” King wrote on Twitter. “Bannon’s assertion that my father, #MLK would be proud of Donald Trump wholly ignores Daddy’s commitment to people of all races, nationalities, etc. being treated with dignity and respect.”

          She then explained how her “father’s concerns were not sectional, but global.”

          Screenshot via Bernice King/Twitter.

          Setting the record straight on what her father actually would and wouldn’t do, King wrote, “Further, he would not refer to people as ‘illegal aliens.’ The term is degrading and does not reflect his belief that we are all a part of the human family.” She added that he’d never pit one group against another.

          https://www.upworthy.com/steve-bannon-claimed-mlk-would-be-proud-of-trump-king-s-daughter-shut-him-down

          • cu.h.j says:

            Weilunion all I can say is that I disagree that socialism will lead to a free social. I believe in the absence of the state. Malcolm X was less of a statist than King and that is why I tend to prefer his vision of freedom-voluntarily interactions and a free market.

            A free market is a must in a free society. What we have is not true capitalism so we have less of a reference point. I do think King was a very inspirational leader one of the finest and bravest people but I disagree with his views on the state.

            Fascism is when people are de platformed and attacked if they express speech other people don’t like even if it’s vile and misconstrued. James did some videos on the state and does a good job explaining why “the state is not great “ . I would suggest learning more about libertarian ideas you might find your opinion on socialism changes.

            What I see coming from a practical level is the state planning to take my income with more taxes to give people UBI and I am not okay with that. I worked hard for my money and property and they have no right to steal from me and give it to the poor. You know that no one is going after Bill Gates money. Those people own the state. What’s happening is robbery of the middle class that’s who pays for everything and I am not cool with that. Nor am I okay with people judging me because I happen to have white skin.

            • mik says:

              “..not true capitalism…”

              No true Scotsman?

              “A free market is a must in a free society”

              Sure, sounds great, but dig deeper, what does that mean? What is needed for truly free society and market? What are the obstacles? You know, devil, details…

              An example.
              Bitcoin will save us from banksters money. Sounds great, it might be true.
              But it’s not. Bitcoin is not scalable concept, number of transactions per time unit is way to limited. Thousands parallel bitcoins wouldn’t help neither, well, owners of power plants would be delighted anyway.

              “I would suggest learning more about libertarian ideas you might find your opinion on socialism changes. ”

              No, never, because both are talking about different things.
              Both consists of truths and lies.
              Both appeals to individuals of different personality structure, value structure.
              Libertarians are talking mostly about individuals, socialists are talking mostly about society.

              “You know that no one is going after Bill Gates money.”

              Socialists would go after Bill Gates money and would save you from paying UBI. They are your ally, don’t you see.

              • Duck says:

                ‘…Socialists would go after Bill Gates money and would save you from paying UBI. They are your ally, don’t you see…’

                The same socialists that were funded by Wall Street to over throw the Russian democratic revolution and replace it with Bolshevism?
                Socialism is most often just a means by which wealthy elites loot resources from weaker societies

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTfYV1SnqgI

                THIS guy is an actual University History professor
                who has books on the subject

                Trotsky had a multi millionaire uncle he was quite close to and was never short of money as Dr Spence tells in “Wall Street and the Russian Revolution 1905 – 1925”

                https://www.uidaho.edu/class/history/faculty-staff/richard-spence

              • weilunion says:

                Yes, fascism is unfortunately tied to Nazis in most people’s mind but this is a fallacy.

                Understanding the rise of fascism AFTER WWII is essential to erase this.

                James does not cover this but many do. Take a look at Dave Emory’s site and you will hear forty four years of anti fascist radio. Fascists today have thrown off the regalia of Nazis and donned business suits, just like the Klan did.

                Fascism is on the rise in almost every country in the world.

                Fighting fascism means developing organizations, solidarity and a plan and strategy.

                Individual free marketeers cannot fight fascism. They do not believe in collectivism, or so they say.

                Only an organized mass of people can challenge fascism.

                Yes, I do believe that fascism and anti-fascism are the two poles we see.

                No, this is not overgeneralized as under each umbrella, fascism or antifascism, lie the particulars. They can be examined,analyzed etc.but the issue is are they anti-fascist.

                Since fascism is the political expression of capitalism in collapse or crisis, then capitalism too is under the gun.

                Many want to adjectivize capitalism: crony, gangster, free market, etc.

                This is deflection. Any system that puts profits before people, as does capitalism, is a system that is anti human.

                Capitalism is an economic system born from late 1500’s to the present. It was proceeded by feudalism.

                Feudalism could no longer work for people and shortly after the plague, we saw it begin to disappear in favor of capitalism.

                Marx understood capitalism was a dynamic system. But he also saw the inherent contradictions in this system and his predictions as to how degnerate capitalism is, proved correct.

                It has outlived its historical time period. It is failing and rushing us into extinction as well.

                How anybody could support a system whereby less than one thousand people control the entire means of production is beyond me.

                And calls for a return to flea market capitalism are simply ahistorical. The concentration of wealth and ownership is too great which is why fascism is needed politically by the .0001 percent.

                Again, there are no libertarians that can stop fascism be it in Brazil, Japan, the US, etc. We need to organize to beat it.

                We either expropriate the multinational and national capitalists, for their riches are made off of our backs, or they will reinvest their capital in more tools to control us and eliminate us.

            • cu.h.j says:

              weilunion,

              I understand the point about taking a statement out of context, thanks for the explanation. I also really admire MLK for his contribution to humanity and his efforts against racism and injustice (war and poverty). I meant no offense in my response to you.

              I just wanted to voice my opposition to the idea that all “white” people are somehow part of the oppressive and corrupt system because I do not believe that to be the case and that is how I interpreted your comment above.

              I respect your feelings about MLK because I also think he was a great human being, for his bravery and love of humanity.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Weilunion,

        Completely off topic of MLK and gueros…

        How are things going down there in Ecuador?
        I think Corbett Member “sjb” is in Ecuador also.
        Is your wife doing better?

        • weilunion says:

          “Completely off topic of MLK and gueros”

          Can’t decipher the above. Is it code?

          Don’t know what an ‘sjb’ is either. Code?

          Not sure what is going on in Ecuador.

          As for my wife, you do not really think I would post personal information about my life, let alone if I was married, on social media do you?

          Or is this a type of doxxing?

          What is your goal here?

  11. fritz.s says:

    They are so slimy and sneaky. I’ve noticed for years how they go about their daily work. Bait and switch, divide and conquer, problem, reaction solution. The cops aspect looks like their bait and switch tool. Suggest something in need of change be changed. Get it all hyped up. Then
    offer a solution that says it provides the change using soothing, pleasant words. And then just substitute it with whatever they want that needn’t have anything to do with the problem or it’s solution. It’s like they’ve got people so hoodwinked that they will believe anything they are told. “This is good for you!” “Yes, this is good for me.” “Look everybody? something good for us has arrived!”

  12. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Corbett is a busy guy…his time gets swallowed quickly…
    Published on June 9, 2020

    The Ripple Effect Podcast #237 (Alt-Media SwapCast On Censorship: The Union of The Unwanted)
    (Well over 2 hours)
    https://youtu.be/PpknznMQsb8

    DESCRIPTIVE
    Sam Tripoli, Midnight Mike and Charlie Robinson help me put together a dream team from the Alternative Media community to discuss censorship, solutions to it and how we fight it. Guests include James Corbett, Ben Swann, Greg Carlwood, Jay Dyer, Luke Rudkowski, Jason Bermas, Tommy G, and many more.

  13. nirvana says:

    James, your point about double meaning of statements made by public figures, Can’t be highlighted enough. I think its also been called “Twilight Language”, Twilight Language-involving words and phrases that can convey more than one meaning. Simply put they are talking in code, and when they say the word “We” they are not talking to us in the herd. I bet you have already done a video on this subject, Have you?

  14. I Shot Santa says:

    https://www.jeremyrhammond.com/2020/06/05/new-york-times-laughably-lies-that-the-mask-debate-is-settled/

    Another good article by Jeffrey Hammond on media manipulation and the corona cold. Hope James has him as a guest. He has seen, and admired, his gate’s series.

  15. victoria says:

    unfortunately… Supplemental fluoridation of Albuquerque’s drinking water resumed on June 27, 2018. Background information about the decision to resume fluoridation, and the utility’s fluoridation methodology, is included in the update from Sept. 21, 2017…
    https://www.abcwua.org/fluoride-information.aspx

    so i drink reverse osmosis water, which i did even before fluoridation resumed b/c of the chlorine, etc.

    • Jed says:

      Industrial poison sold and dumped in to public water, wtf?!
      That was a good interview victoria (Joe Rogain re:”Chaos”) thanks for steering me over there. It was actually so good that it could have replaced the 500+ page book, and half of the next one I hope T. O’Neill writes. Maybe I won’t scream that out too loud as he deserves any money he gets for that work.

      • CreativeLife says:

        Jed,
        How about industrial poison sold and dumped into pharmaceuticals? RX means retrograde, retrograde petroleum products and god knows what else debilitating concoctions. Hey, poor ol’ Rockerfeller and his gang of criminals had to have some place to put their waster products. Look at Rumsfeld and his buddies with the aspartame market. They love us and care about us that’s why the Billionaire club are bag men for the real power brokers, they just keep handing them the money, it’s a revolving door of illusion. That’s why the medical cartel and public health cartel was formed, to make billions recycling their waste products into us, the cattle goyim. Read Rappaports report today, what is happening in New York hospitals? I feel for doctors, nurses and aids who are now figuring out their dream of getting an education, working and most wanting to truly help people and finding out they have been lied to and despite their dedication like the majority will be phased out too. Telemedicine ring a Baal? Telepharma ring a Ball? I got out years ago and it was devastating for me to find out just how diabolical the system is. Bill Gates and the boys are deep into Waste Management…literally, doesn’t take more than a few minutes to find out.
        I left a response for HRS request for information yesterday regarding the fact that Gates put in billions for contact tracing, many months before for the code Covid19 operation was on stage, there are two links to the disgusting information that has been uncovered. Warning you will be amazed.
        9/11 wasn’t just a whim on September 10….they are busy moving all sorts of things into place. Capitals of countries are being changed and moved to planned cities, all kinds of neat stuff…..as technocracy takes hold. If you get a chance read Patrick Wood’s latest book, Technocracy the Hard Road to World Order, quite fascinating. Chow

      • victoria says:

        hey Jed, i just cant take any credit for steering you to the interview, but wow… what a cool review, totally piqued my curiosity, found it & am gonna take a listen, thanks.

  16. halbard says:

    Anyone else noticing that James’ youtube videos when viewed via IPad have been packed with adverts? I’m not sure how YT works but I assume this isn’t James, as his channel isn’t monetized? Wondering if YT have done something in an attempt to put people off watching his content? Very strange.

    • Duck says:

      ‘…Wondering if YT have done something in an attempt to put people off watching his content?…’

      They only need to nudge most people and that would be an easy way to nudge them away if they were less interested. More importantly it breaks the concentration and focus- like trying to listen to someone while getting interrupted

  17. I Shot Santa says:

    Odd happenings in Seattle with chaz. Really graceful just put out a video called Something strange is happening in Seattle. My thoughts? We are in the most retarded war in history. And make no mistake about it; we are at war.

    • Duck says:

      In the war of the retards…. the guy with half a brain cell is king?
      I wonder if the elites decided to dumb people down to make a controlled society and FORGOT to create the super smart ruling class

  18. Alchemist says:

    I’m looking forward to this newsletter about the Arctic! Mysterious history there..

    • Alchemist says:

      For anyone interested, here’s a documentary from the US Army showing how Camp Century was made
      https://youtu.be/1Ujx_pND9wg

      Also, Hitler sent an expedition there during WW2 for whale oil?

      Maybe unrelated, but both countries sent troops to Antarctica as well (the history channel got confused & titled this “Ancient Aliens: Nazis in the Arctic”, but it’s about their mission in Antarctica). Still interesting, esp given the recent UFO sightings
      https://youtu.be/JmCOZfJNeQ4

  19. Bilejones says:

    I assume everybody has seen this:

    https://principia-scientific.org/100-billion-contact-tracing-deal-by-bill-gates-just-before-pandemic

    Is anybody keeping track of when Gates makes more money from the Global Health money-spinner than he did from Microsoft?

  20. Alchemist says:

    Pilgrimage to Japan to make our own free community, anyone? Just $20k for a traditional home surrounded by nature!

    https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/japanese-country-real-estate/index.html

    • nexangelus says:

      I have been looking at options for when I sell my house for the future. And I posted a link to the tiny houses community here in my city on another thread. The thought of living off grid, being self-sufficient and self-reliant is becoming more and more attractive the older I get. Rental costs in my city are astronomical…

      • Alchemist says:

        Oh, I never saw it. Would you mind linking it here?

        Last year a region in Italy was paying people to move there to revive old abandoned buildings. I reached out to them and asked how much it would cost to buy the whole town and if Italy would consider hosting another Micronation (“Che cazzo?” They said. “Sono molto serio,” I replied). Turns out the entire town is not for sale. I bet they’d reconsider for the right price, but the Micronation bit needs to be guaranteed or I’m not wasting my time 😉

        https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/molise-italy-pay-to-move/index.html?gallery=0

        In all seriousness, off-grid living sounds doable with a community. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I was the type to join (or start) a commune, but it sure sounds better than the alternative!

    • MagicBullet says:

      Great idea but for 20k don’t forget there will be great renovation costs to your body and time or your contractors.

      Also without a permanent residency visa you’ll need to fly in and out every 3 months, have a work visa that may end, or a spouse visa (hopefully wont end). The PR visa requires being here 10 years, maybe 5 if your a highly skilled technical professional, or married to a Japanese national at least 3 years.

      And, because everyone’s moving to a city you need to expect your house is unsellable for profit. Renting a place for 3 months ever summer might be nice, if we could only get the quarantine lice out of our hair.

      Considering the Japanese population is crashing, Gates’ depop vax may not be the one you get here if made from a Japan Pharma co, but the Bank of Japan is still part of the BIS Financial Stability Board.

      • Alchemist says:

        Details, details;) Japan is a beautiful country and I would love to return one day to visit, but I’d never be able to convince my family to move there. It’s a nice thought though!

  21. Jed says:

    That poison in your water is fogging up your brain
    that’s trying to sort the information making you insane
    that makes it ten times harder just to sit and think which takes so much energy that it makes you sweat and stink so go take a shower and take a cool tall drink and think about why there’s poison pouring out your sink.

  22. Steve Smith says:

    Forgive me for asking off topic questions but there’s a lot of smart people around here and I am perpetually confused about some things so I ask.
    What is the Alt Right? Is Hans Hermann Hoppe alt right?
    Am I alt right?
    Damned labels.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      According to “Oxford Languages”…

      alt-right DEFINITION (in the US) an ideological grouping associated with extreme conservative or reactionary viewpoints, characterized by a rejection of mainstream politics and by the use of online media to disseminate deliberately controversial content.

      However, I think many places have a different definition.
      I think that the liberal left media use the term as an insult to Trump supporters.
      Some folks associate it with racism and “white people”.
      EXAMPLE: Southern Poverty Law Center –
      https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/extremist-files/ideology/alt-right

      But you said it Steve! I hear ya.
      “Damned labels.”

    • weilunion says:

      Alt-right is a media generated term for fascists. The media does not like to use the word fascist for it hits too close to home for the ruling class. So, they came up with alt right, as they came up with hippy, beatnik and more and more.

      The correct word is ‘fascist’. Fascist you can look up and see its development from Mussolini who coined it. Take a look at the back of a US dime and see the facses, the sticks and blade.

      Alt right is from corporate controlled media lite.

      Stick to fascist.

      And if you wish to see if you are one or the terms relevance today, take eight minutes and give a look at this video

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCSodSijB_o

      • mik says:

        First, all respect for proudly holding a red banner here, it’s not easy.

        I strongly disagree with putting equal sign between altright and fascist. There are not enough similarities and enough differences. It’s kind of intellectual laziness to say they are the same and you risk missing something.

        I guess you heard for rhetorical error: don’t invoke nazis.
        Perception of most people: Fascist are from WW2, connected to utmost horrors, something that cannot happen today.
        Can anybody be that bastard as original fascists, not to mention exceed them?
        I bet majority would say no.

        I think we have more than enough vague and blurred ideas in our post-truth world, therefore we should be clear in our conceptions.

    • Duck says:

      Steve

      Alt-right is the name thrown around far too much- personally afaik the term should only be applied to actual identitarian/racalist political groups. Its been thrown around far too much these days to the point that its almost meaningless.
      It is over used, like Fascist, which really means an Ultra-Stateist big overnment kind of philosophy where, rather then apparatchiks running everything as in ‘real’ socialism (thus becoming the new ruling class) you have a capitalist class in symbiosis with the state and expressing the ‘national will’… something like ‘National’ rather then ‘international’ socialism

      If your not a racist, racalist or identitarian then your probably not alt-right.

      If you believe in private property (beyond personal items) your probably not a socialist

      If you believe the state should limit its activities and not police morality and steer business your probably not a fascist

      😉

  23. Jed says:

    Idk who they are but from one of the morons, here’s the CIA’s definition (wiki):
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alt-right

    • Duck says:

      Jed
      ‘…Timothy D. Snyder commented that “‘alt-right’ is a term … meant to provide a fresh label that would sound more attractive than ‘Nazi,’…’

      Nazi’s would not have called themselves nazis’… it was like calling them ‘Pill-billies’ or something like that.
      LoL

      from Wikipedia
      ‘..The term “Nazi” was in use before the rise of the NSDAP as a colloquial and derogatory word for a backwards farmer or peasant, characterizing an awkward and clumsy person. In this sense, the word Nazi was a hypocorism of the German male name Ignatz (itself a variation of the name Ignatius)—Ignatz being a common name at the time in Bavaria, the area from which the NSDAP emerged.[11][12]…’

  24. pearl says:

    Just finished watching this pretty intense interview of Rosa Koire (author of “Behind the Green Mask”) by Spiro Skouras:

    What Is The Real Agenda Behind Defunding & Dismantling The Police?

    https://www.activistpost.com/2020/06/what-is-the-real-agenda-behind-defunding-dismantling-the-police.html

  25. JonQ says:

    This is a rhetorical question for the group and a specific one for Corbett.

    Background: I work at a regional US university and am in my early 60’s. I’m not on the faculty but I’m high enough on the food chain to be on a first name basis with most of the heavy hitters. I came to academia as a second career. I joined on in the late ’90’s. Also want to say Gary Allen’s “None Dare Call It Conspiracy” opened my eyes in the ’70’s. Here’s a free copy:

    http://amarilloteaparty.net/uploads/none-dare-call-it-conspiracy.pdf

    I think I can stop here for the general readership as we’re all liked minded or else we wouldn’t be here.

    For Corbett: My closest professor friend (History) only deals with peer reviewed sources. I can argue until I’m blue in face but he refuses to even admit to me that JFK wasn’t what the Warren Commission said it was. I.E., he’s a tough nut to crack, but if he cracks, he has a wide following, so I keep trying. Do you have any AHA approved links that you can pm me?

    • Jed says:

      Don’t feel bad JonQ, you couldn’t have picked a tougher place to put that kind of stuff out. I’m fascinated with the idea that the angloamerican assault side of this conspiracy, whatever you want to call that which we see and most others refuse to even consider, started with John Dee, Beth Tutor, Frances Bacon, and has made its way to us through their system of sacred temples or as we call them, universities. They make the thoughts, say how to think them, say who thinks them best, they’ve trillions of dollars and they’ve documents,
      links and the experts to prove it. Your heavy hitter may open his mind to peer reviewed JFK studies or, or to your repeated head-slams to the bridge of his noise as you shout “HOW COULD A SINGLE FUCKING BULLET HIT THREE TARGETS AND REMAIN PRISTINE YOU DOUCHEBAG!?!”, he still won’t ever agree as it’ll cost him his job.

  26. MagicBullet says:

    Show him this page from the House Select Committee on Assassinations 1978 where it says near the top that JFK was probably assassinated by conspiracy:
    https://www.archives.gov/research/jfk/select-committee-report

    Then show him the layout of the Dealy Plaza, putting in the limo, the Book Depository, and grassy knoll, and look at the Zapruder film: the doctored one still shows JFK being hit from the front and the head moving back and to the left. The original (on the Geraldo Rivera show) has even more of a frontal angle.

    If he’s not willing to look at these or get it after that, then you should author a peer-reviewed article yourself and stop caring what he thinks.

    • JonQ says:

      I really don’t care what he thinks, but no one’s going to read a thing I write, my family included, besides fellow Corbett readers – so thanks. With him, maybe. Just trying to stay in the spirit (as I look, this is probably the wrong post, I thought it Derrick’s). Anyway, thanks for the links.

  27. asavetmd says:

    The Empire will spend itself into oblivion, because Russia won’t spend one Kopeck more than it has been spending and China won’t spend one Yuan more either. Any War in the Arctic will have to take place in the Summer because the Empire is frozen out the rest of the year. I have been waiting for some Empire Warship to get caught in the ice and have to be rescued by one of Russia’s Nuclear Powered icebreakers.

  28. BorisaMan says:

    Some videos I created with my thoughts on this world: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1cQA1rC2LhuXhv7LXn8Xnw/videos

  29. Alchemist says:

    Anyone else think CHAZ was created to show an ugly example of life without government? Eventually when peaceful communities start to branch off and make their own autonomous zones, the media will point to this example to show us why we “need” government in order to have a peaceful society.

    https://youtu.be/JGgdv4kI9pU

    That’s the republican position. The democrats are cool with anything these protesters do. Somehow CHAZ even further divided the parties.

    I see a crisitunity (as James would say). It might be a little early in the game, but maybe we should go ahead and proclaim our own autonomous zone. Anyone have land to contribute? We don’t even have to conquer anyone. We’ll just claim our personally owned properties and pronounce ourselves free. Libertarians & Voluntarists of the world unite! I’ll put a sign up in my front yard that says, “You are now leaving the US” 🙂 What shall we name our new country?

    • I Shot Santa says:

      I just took land. Living on public lands (odd how it’s called trespassing). My house is a hammock, and it’s pretty cool.

    • Duck says:

      ‘..Anyone else think CHAZ was created to show an ugly example of life without government?…’

      My personal take is that its a lowish level political game.
      Its a trap to make people think Trump MUST go all out with federal troops or look like a looser… and then if he does he looks like a bloodthirsty tyrant.

      On a higher scale Its a distraction from the vaccine’s and the economic collapse. They need to get a helter skelter race war and the ‘libtard’ Vs ‘Trumptard’ hate going because people are getting restless with the clear BS on the economy and covid

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WreCjS-XerE (I dont usally watch this guy but he has a comment on a 2008 corbett report vid and while he goes on I think he is about right on his take)

      https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-048-mike-rivero/
      The original Corbett report video

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