Interview 1571 - James Corbett Discusses The Technocratic Coup

08/24/202021 Comments

via James Corbett joins Jim Goddard on This Week in Money for a wide-ranging conversation on COVID-19, the coming technocratic biosecurity state, and the economic ramifications of this Brave New Normal like the coming cashless society.

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  1. FlyingAxblade says:

    Buried Axblade just posted video of Activism: vaping through mask outside of grocery while dog wearing a face shield. Best I can think of. Any other suggestions?

    • weilunion says:

      Yes, join a resistance group

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Scarf is a great dog, and I can tell that he really likes you.
      It speaks for humanity how well you treat others FlyingAxblade. Your friendliness and respect are an example for us all.

    • Earthen Vessels says:

      You may find this interesting. A spiritual analysis of technocracy:

    • Save 10% of Earnings! says:

      Here are the suggestions I post everywhere. Feel free to copy and paste but be warned: If you do it on CensorTube you will get your account banned. Happens to me all the time.:
      The powerful have always taken advantage of the less so. It’s neither good nor evil. It’s simply natures way.
      If you’re looking for things that you personally can do to scale back the influence/wealth of the powerful (In the US, Russia, China or anywhere else.), AND at the same time increase your own, start with these 10 things:
      1) Save at LEAST 10% of all you earn. If you are not saving at least that amount you are no better than a slave living for what your master gives you to eat! (Get yourself a free PDF copy of “The Richest Man in Babylon”: Easiest book you’ll ever read on personal finance and is taught in parable so enjoyable to read as well.)
      2) Keep your uninvested money in physical form. Either in Gold, Silver or, more pragmatically, physical currency (Remember in the most recent financial panics in the US (2008), Cyprus (2012), Greece (2015), etc. people were trying to get physical cash, not Gold or Silver.). If you must use the banking system only use Credit Unions or Savings and Loans. Keep only as much currency in it as you need for expenses over the course of a couple of weeks or a month tops (Business owners will need more because of tax and logistical reasons.).
      3) Read “The Politics of Obedience”. It will open your eyes to more possibilities of action than I couldn’t possibly list here. It is very easy to read (Half hour if you read REAL slow. 1 Hour, also if you read slow, if you include the forward by Rothbard).:
      4) If you’re a wage slave paying down a lot of debt talk to an attorney about bankruptcy. You are doing your patriotic duty by not repaying banks. Fractional reserve banking is fraud so don’t lose a single nights sleep if you don’t repay another cent of it! (
      5) Speaking of being a wage slave, if you’re getting a refund at the end of the year then you need to change your withholding status so you OWE at the end of the year. Why give the government a free loan for a year while you are paying 100+% from a payday lender?!?! Society trains you to be a slave, that doesn’t mean you actually have to be one!
      6) When possible use physical cash when you purchase things. This helps by a) making it hard for the powerful to profile you and add you to their metadata. b) allows those so inclined to reduce the power of government by being “tax neutral”. c) supports the poor by making merchants obligated to accept cash through your free market choice to use currency, as opposed to governments tyrannically passing laws forcing merchants to accept it (

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

  2. weilunion says:

    Agreed, James technocratic fascism is global.
    However, it is a result of huge transformations in the ‘means of production’. I.e. technology.

    And when the technology is owned by a small global percent the ‘tools’ are used against us.

    You are not a Luddite, so isn’t the technocratic fascism related to late-stage capitalism, financial capitalism where nothing is produced, i.e. the US?

    I mean I can use a hammer to build a house or commit a homicide. Obviously it is not the tools, it is their use, subjugated to those who own the means of production.

    Historical materialism as a method for understanding the world is not ‘old school’ it is ‘essential school’.

    Remember slave-master, Lord-peasant? Well employer-employee is the same servitude.

    Capitalism is the problem. No UBI will free us, only when we take control will we be free or at least in the process.

    As to depressions: capitalism in four hundred years has suffered depressions and or recessions every ten years or less.

    Remember the ‘dot com’ crash, the 2008 crash, the ‘now’ crash? When will people wake up?

    Capitalism is a system that privatizes profits and socializes costs.

    We are paying those costs now and will in the future until people see the enemy is our economic system, rigged for a few.

    No freedom under employer-employee economies.

    They, as their predecers in history, must be wasted as were Slave-master, Lord-serf.

  3. Libertydan says:

    Many a good Philosopher came out of Greek Civilization over 2000 years ago. The upper class lived well and lived nearly as long as we do today.
    Roman Civilization had it’s high and lows as a Republic, then as an Empire with many nearly insane Emperors, yet it lasted about 700 years.
    After that it was Kingdoms and Villages, perhaps because of The Dark Ages or The Black Plague. In any case, people were lucky to live to see 40 and very few were educated.
    Many so called “Progressives” compare today with the Dark Ages and think that things progress naturally, when in fact things have, and do, regressed from time and time.
    I often ask myself if Man is going to destroy himself as a species, yet the far more likely scenario is that he will only partially destroy mankind. Some of us will live though this and not become machines.

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    (NOTE: James Corbett is part of this event)

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    An Online 9/11 Conference from September 11–13
    Conference open to all free of charge at

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    The conference will run from Friday, September 11, to Sunday, September 13, marking the 19th anniversary of the day that changed our world so profoundly.

    The international lineup features some of the most highly regarded figures in the movement, including pioneers David Ray Griffin, Niels Harrit, and Steven Jones. It will also offer a deep look into AE911Truth’s upcoming feature documentary SEVEN.

    The conference will go three hours each day and will be open to all free of charge at

    More details about the schedule, the speakers, and their topics will follow in the weeks ahead. This will be a historic online gathering you won’t want to miss!

    Friday, September 11: 6:00 to 9:00 PM Eastern
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    Justice Friday: Richard Gage, AIA, will open the conference. Speakers will include UK 9/11 family member Matt Campbell and barrister Nick Stanage; AE911Truth’s Ted Walter and Tony Szamboti; and, from the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, Mick Harrison and David Meiswinkle.

    Science Saturday: SEVEN director Dylan Avery; Dr. Leroy Hulsey, whose Building 7 study the film is about; AE911Truth board member Roland Angle; and 9/11 researchers David Ray Griffin, Niels Harrit, and Steven Jones.

    Big Picture Sunday: “War on Terror” expert Daniele Ganser; the Rutherford Institute’s John Whitehead; and James Corbett of The Corbett Report.

    • lovetodust says:

      Thanks for this info, HRS!

      It was a Sept 11 2015 special show on 9//11 truth where I first saw this guy named James Corbett. It could have been his show – I can’t remember. It was James, Richard Grove and two other people.

      I had just started watching some videos about 9/11 and was aghast at what happened that day. I am embarrassed to admit that I sort-of watched 9/11 news on the day of and a few days after but had actually never seen the buildings actually coming down! Nor did I know anything about bldng 7.

      I saw that this video was going to happen and decided to watch.

      And the rest is history. The truthful kind.

  5. Fact Checker says:

    James, thank you so much for not taking the bait on the “Marxism” question!
    “This is a 21st-Century framing, not a 19th-Century framing.” Perfect response.

    Fantastic, high-density performance by JC in this. Corbett comes across as energetic and authoritative on a very high level, and numerous topics.

    A quibble:

    I disagree with the categorical response (@ 15min-ish) that China is not, in a sense, “behind” the lockdown/shutdown.
    On one level, I think a big part of what’s going on is that the profligate creditor-state U.S.A. has gone into austerity-receivership, with promises to reduce its population, as a negotiated resolution of the decades-long massive cumulative debt to China.
    JC says it’s really the WHO, and “those behind” the WHO, running the whole operation. However, I think the WHO’s role is complementary and parallel, as opposed to exclusive, to China’s. The WHO (and the global Philanthropic-Industrial Complex) is working closely with China’s bureaucratic elite to oversee an orderly extraction from the long-indulged American populace, followed by a skillful culling.

    I always thought, during the GWBush/Neocon/Obama era, that the U.S. would gleefully repudiate its debts by starting a hot war with China, which really would accomplish the same goals of sacrificing the population to resolve the debt, while satisfying the Military-Industrial Complex’s savage, insatiable bloodlust. However, the Philanthropic-Industrial Complex has instead stepped in, skillfully using its sophisticated propaganda and medical-industry control to avert that destructive course of events, with the intended effect of preserving the natural resources and splendor of North America, by “sensibly and sustainably reorganizing” (in the bankruptcy sense), rather than precipitating the unpredictable widespread destruction that would come with a “hot war” with the powerhouse China.

  6. MagicBullet says:

    Great interview.

    Advice to JC: would only take you an extra minute, we know, but many people new to this media don’t know that reserve money is created by typing a number and that it is a loan to payback (not really a reserve of anything), or what M2 is and why that is important. Thanks

    • MagicBullet says:

      What org is behind BG? The BMGF policies seem to be in close step with what the FR wants. Considering how BG got started and his maternal grand dad’s connection to the FR, is BG really in league and/or handled by the FR? The FR itself can’t control the WHO, they need a proxy who can be trusted to follow the gameplay don’t they?

  7. Jermaine says:

    The comparison between Asia’s cultural views on wearing a mask seems like a false premise since it’s based on a voluntary choice to wear it. Would anyone know if there has EVER been a mandate to wear a mask?

  8. flammable says:

    I don’t about know in all of Asia but what my relatives say is that there is no mandates to wear it and no one treats you like a killer if you don’t. They wear it because the air pollution is so bad you will feel sick if you don’t wear a mask and also for cleanliness. The cleanliness aspect is more cultural as it is considered is unclean and rude to cough and sneeze without the mask on. Even if you don’t cough or sneeze a mask conveys a sense of cleanliness and gives others peace of mind that you won’t spread bodily fluids everywhere.

    • Jermaine says:

      I guess it depends where in Asia then because I was in Beijing in summer of 2013 where there was high amounts of pollution. There was plenty of studies that showed breathing in that air was as dangerous as smoking cigarettes. Yet it was common to see people outside jogging and exercising WITHOUT a mask and there was no mask mandate. I could be wrong about this but I’m pretty sure there never was a mask mandate for the SARS and MERS virus either. That’s why I think the comparison to Asia is a silly point. People will wear a mask if they feel like it’s necessary, regardless of where they are from. A mask MANDATE is an entire different topic.

  9. Earthen Vessels says:

    You may find this interesting.

  10. SubArcticHoarder says:

    Technocratic dry run to gauge public compliance and acceptance? I stumbled on this 2007 article while searching for something unrelated – ( ) from the “Organic Consumers Association”.

    Besides being a program to discourage family hobby farm activities in favor of corporate industrial factory farming operations (competition is a sin, after all), this sounds like a precursor with valuable insight into our current situation. Contract tracing, individuals up-to-date data on file, owner’s information… it’s all there, except now it’s human beings to be plugged into the system (the system with a tech upgrade), rather than the animals…

  11. Mislav says:

    Hello all,

    I wanted to share a video I made at the Berlin protest on 29.08.2020.
    This is not something I usually do, travel Europe to join protests and make videos, however, I feel the need to do most that I can in these troubling times.

    Hope you will enjoy it and please feel free to use any part of it.
    It was a great day for sure 🙂

  12. macburns says:

    The US has been shipping C O VID 1 9 tests around the world since 2002 (to Turkmenistan)!

    • CreativeLife says:

      This is fascinating macburns. What other types of information can be extracted? I am very busy harvesting so maybe you could give a few pointers. This is very profound and makes one wonder what is the hidden agenda behind the collaborations and intent of it’s uses.
      There is alot of time to think while our winter storage is being prepared, and little time to study right now. The rituals that just took place in Berlin has my mind in overdrive, and this a refreshing change to the usual.

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