Interview 1557 – Ripple Effect On The Gates Agenda and Why It Matters

06/25/202011 Comments

James Corbett joins Ricky Varandas on The Ripple Effect podcast once again. This time they discuss the Who Is Bill Gates? documentary, eugenics, vaccines, and the deeper agenda behind the latest developments online and in the COVID world order.

VIDEO COURTESY: RIPPLE EFFECT PODCAST and YouTube Channel

SHOW NOTES:
Who Is Bill Gates?

How & Why Big Oil Conquered the World

Biosecurity and Politics (Giorgio Agamben)

Children Full of Life

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    June 25, 2020
    CNN Town Hall
    Bill Gates 2 1/2 minutes
    “People died today. – Bill suppressing grin with a smile.
    https://twitter.com/CNN/status/1276319022208839680

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I really enjoyed listening to this The Ripple Effect Podcast #240 (James Corbett | Bill Gates: Vaccines, Depopulation & Eugenics) .

    It keeps the mental juices flowing.
    And it was such a pleasantly real conversation covering many different topics.
    One topic: Phones as a consumption device, rather than a tool for creativity. After all, most corporate models are based on “how to make consumers”. “Consume” is the mantra.

    I feel for those who watch the “Who is Bill Gates” series without having had the backdrop of “How and Why Big Oil Conquered the World”.
    This backdrop brings keen insight into the Bill Gates scenario.

    Example:
    HEALTH AND EDUCATION
    It would be interesting to meld clips of both series in juxtaposition.
    In other words, to take some Rockefeller aspects and then contrast them to the Bill Gates aspects. For many viewers, the light bulb would suddenly switch on.

    Here is a QUEUED VIDEO from How Big Oil Conquered the World where Corbett demonstrates how Rockefeller shaped the medical narrative.
    https://youtu.be/ySnk-f2ThpE?t=3183

    I personally think a separate video contrasting the two would be of benefit to many. But gosh! There is no shortage of things that would be good to do.

  3. Fact Checker says:

    The phenomenon James is struggling to name in the middle of this interview, regarding people’s illogical belief in media, is the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect.
    (Coined by the late, great Michael Crichton.)
    I have had multiple occasions to make reference to this phenomenon during the bolognavirus scamdemic…

  4. I Shot Santa says:

    If you’re not on youboob, if you’re not on some convenient platform; then you’re not reaching people who can’t be bothered to strain themselves in the search for truth.

    I’m aware this is a very harsh viewpoint, but at this late stage, it’s hardly unwarranted. Just how blind does one have to be to be unaware of what is happening?

    Pessimistic isn’t the right word for our situation. Realistic is the right word. If you don’t know where you stand, you’ll lose every battle. And almost nobody even realizes we are at war.

    I do disagree that we don’t have history as a guide. The Amish are far healthier than us. They are also in a better position to survive what’s coming. And when this site, and media monarchy’s site, go down; so will I leave the net.

    I think one problem we have, as a group, is that we have too much faith in people. We look to some tipping point of awareness. And so on. This is demonstrably false. A single individual can change everything.

    I also disagree that morality is a significant aspect of our lives. For the most part, people are self-serving to the point of self-destruction. Morality is simply used as a justification.

    When you have a system that encourages feeble mindedness, and simultaneously says we should rid ourselves of those affected; morality isn’t a driving force.

    Aleister Crowley’s book of the law, a sick and childish work of drivel, actually encourages the crushing of others. While his books are all infantile, they do provide a glimpse into the minds of the controllers. And we fail to utilize that childishness properly.

    One cannot outsmart stupid. One has to out stupid them. I’m generally a failure at this, but it’s mostly because I always overestimate my opponent’s IQ. So I twist them up in their own words instead. Which isn’t helpful as people will just double down on their own stupidity.

  5. I Shot Santa says:

    By the way, in the FBI vault, they report that Hitler was reported to have been smuggled to Argentina.

    Also, I do know we will win. Our opposition is too self-destructive for it to be otherwise. And all we need is what we have. I’ve learned this from my own self taught survival courses.

  6. Simon says:

    Plandemic I had not heard of before

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plandemic

    Interesting, I always feel I want to see these, just like ‘A Clockwork Orange’ when I was young. I guess this is different as if you ‘memeory hole’ it well enough it will not even be known it is suppressed.

    https://vimeo.com/431889402

    I found Plandemic on vimeo (other video platforms available) and videos can be downloaded with https://clipgrab.org/ if you feel the need.

  7. welbyjn says:

    A solid video platform of YouTube of the 21st Century would be like LBRY.tv
    Their protocol is solid and the videos stream okay if you have above a ≈ 6MB speed.
    James, I know you are there. I hope to see more independent media speakers there as well.

    Friends, any other suggestions of independent outlets that have satisfied your intellectual curiosity?

  8. HEDGE110 says:

    Just watched ‘Children Full of Life’ as per James’ recommendation. “The solution should match the problem” was a line from it that resonates.

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