Interview 1582 - Benny Wills Wins Hearts and Minds With Conscious Poetry

10/07/202023 Comments

Benny Wills joins us today to share his conscious poetry and discuss his work spreading understanding, compassion and humanity through art.

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  1. padraig says:

    fucking fantastic! thanks benny. thanks james. i sincerely appreciate it.

    pad

  2. Big-_-Brother says:

    The first time James told me to leave the video more than once to watch someone else…better be good

  3. Jed says:

    Great poems, great interview, great subjects, thanks JC. And great timing too. There are some wonderful people and things in this world, thanks for re-minding me of that.

  4. Libertydan says:

    Great Poems! “Two Windows” and “Little One” should have links of their own, yet I bet I can find them on Benny’s website.
    Indeed, I will have to link up with him,for I lived in Washington State for 11 years. I was living in Kitsap County (otherwise known as Commy County) which has three major Navy Bases and the County gets over half of it’s money from the Federal Government. Go figure, things went to Hell as the “Events of 9/11/01” came to be and a “State of Emergency” was proclaimed. The immediate effects on the Brain Washed military personal and the propaganda rained upon the surrounding communities was like nothing I had ever imagined possible.
    Back in February of this year I was also traveling, and got home just before the latest “State of Emergency” was declared. In my travels I visited the famous “Jekyll Island” (birth place of the Federal Reserve Scam), and “The Georgia Guild Stones”. The assembly of the “Georgia Guilds Stones” was funded by some Secret Society and repeats the same message in 8 languages as well as a number of hieroglyphics. The idea is that, the world as we know it, will be destroyed and some of the survivors will stumble upon these “Guild Stones” which will Guild them to keep the world population under 500 million. Just the thought of reducing the World population from 7.8 Billion to 500 Million should be enough to see why this Society wants to remain secret. Ya, these people need to be weeded out!

  5. Jeff says:

    ‘One of the heroes of our time’… couldn’t agree more!

    This guys got it. In every way. Creating life. Learn what you need to, then switch to solutions. And communicating to people(talking about ‘normies’ here) without being a conspiracy theorist. That last one is critical, if I can’t pull that off, I don’t even bother opening my mouth – the outcome is always negative, divisive and destructive. Not productive. I implore you to take Benny’s course if this is difficult for you. So important. Communication.

    Congratulations to both of you, two powerful heroes of humanity. /bow /clap

  6. mkey says:

    Well done. Congratulations Benny, may your child be healthy and open minded.

    As for the topic at hand, yesterday I revisited the incsightful short animated film, In shadow. Maybe a good opportunity for someone to catch up.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j800SVeiS5I

  7. debra.b says:

    I absolutely loved this! All of it. Through and through. And, the poems warm my heart, help me to breathe and to smile. A true smile rather than a brave one. Thank you Benny! Bravo! Thank you James for introducing me to Benny in the first place years ago and bringing him back to us now. A hero of our time. I couldn’t agree more. ❤️

  8. WAYNED says:

    It is such a joy to see humans so capably and fully express themselves, touching on the universality of our shared human experience. It is art that is most evocative, most expository to the soul of a person, and that’s where truth is found, that universality. All the more galling and frustrating that censorship is the new norm. This art exposes the only motivation behind the current actions of those pushing this can only be control and their last-gasp attempts to wield what power they have (ownership, slave master) remaining before it’s ultimately dissolved by truth. That is not just the value of art, but the reason it is most prized, I think. That bit that connects you to the unspeakable, undeniable human truth and understanding of the value and sanctity of life, which may not be denied but all too often is.

    The thing that makes them powerful, is ownership of information. This censorship we experience now is in service to that ownership.

    But it hasn’t stopped us.

  9. Vibes says:

    Benny Wills mentioned that he was considering moving to Idaho. This prompted me to offer an alternative location. I (we) are truly fortunate to live in an environment that offers many more positives than any of the numerous places I have visited, all over this country, and a few others. I live in N.E. Kansas, between Lawrence and Topeka on 26 acres of perfect, fertile land with trees and creeks on gentle rolling hills. We relish the entertainment industry’s stereotype and the general populaces preconceived notions of our locale. Often, the remark made by us is, “I hope the people on both coasts don’t figure out what we have out here.” Wildlife is abundant, deer, fox, turkeys, bobcats, owls… too many to mention. Chrystal clear pure ground water can be had in copious quantities at an average of 25 to 50 feet down. The growing season goes from mid March to the end of October. Every conceivable plant and livestock does well here, except tropical varieties, and those are done inside a green house when desired. 6 to 8 weeks of hot and humid in the summer with 6 to 8 weeks of cold and snow in the winter. Higher education per capita is above average, the cost of living is low, services and opportunities flourish. Very nice properties can be had for $150,000 and up. Social and ethnic diversity is prevalent, tensions are almost nonexistent – a hand shake and a nod mean something. Hundreds of square miles are owned by individuals ranging in mostly 3 to 30 acre spreads with a nice house. Most roads are paved and generally laid out in a one mile grid, others are curvy and twist through dense trees and over creeks. There are 9 mailboxes on my one mile stretch. “Fresh eggs” or “Honey by the Jar” – “Alpaca’s for sale” are advertised with makeshift signs along the county roads “Gravel work, Stump removal, ponds dug.”
    Lawrence is very liberal of course, heavily influenced by Kansas University, and that’s great. The latest bands pass through playing different venues, independant book stores, coffee shops, Boston pops at the Leeds center, art galleries – Greek, Tia, and Tapas restaurants. All of the modern culture provided in the thriving downtown area gives one the feeling of displacement, as if transported many hundreds of miles away to some place similar to Boulder Co. Yet, you can drive 20 minutes in a different direction and enjoy small town hospitality second to none, more conservative but generally moderate. Fantastic local restaurants, blue grass music, antique stores and a farmer’s market that covers a complete city block. Locally owned businesses offer equipment repair, sewing, taxes prepared, computer and networking services, face to face with the person doing the work. Big city amenities are available in Topeka and Kansas City. KCI is one of the easiest airports I have ever been through.

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

  10. Vibes says:

    We have excellent golf courses, tennis facilities, sport complexes, endless miles of hiking trail and bike routes through Clinton or Perry lakes and abandon railroad beds. I believe Kansas had one of the highest number of votes recorded of any state for Ross Perot, Dr. Ron Paul and even Gary Johnson. When I go to the hardware store or lumber yard or the grocery, I have a scarf around my neck that I can pull up if necessary – Not once have I had to. Half of the time the employees pull theirs down when they see I don’t care to comply. Yes there are signs indicating that masks are required but few seem to care. We went to the local Mexican restaurant and not one person, working or eating, had a mask. We currently have a democratic governor, but that switches back and forth like it always does, it has no effect on us and we simply don’t care.
    It’s not perfect out here, just better than most places, all things considered. Yes, we have some rednecks and hicks, but they are hardworking and honest for the most part. They are the first to stop when she has a flat tire and offer to help. We have friends that are doctors, Lawyers, plumbers, heating and air specialists, financial advisers, factory workers, university professors, many walks of life, none of us make much of a distinction or give a damn, we care about integrity and character and we get together when ever and where ever we feel like. The local constabulary is not bad and tends to leave people alone. Some counties are better than others. People walk along downtown Lawrence doing one hitters, the badges, if there are even any around, don’t care.
    I’m not completely sure why I am offering this information. I think it is because if you are a supporter of the “World class” James Corbett, and are considering moving away from the megapolis mania in search of improving your self reliance, a better life with greater security, then you are probably a decent and intelligent person and therefore welcome around these parts. People interacting with one another to barter, have agricultural or domestic discussions, or just enjoying a locally made brew is more important now than ever I’m told, so I will do my part. If someone has questions or is actually in the neighborhood and would like to get shown around, I would likely accommodate. Thanks James, for all of your excellent analysis and relentless pursuit to dispense knowledge. Please pass this along to any member you think might benefit. Vibes

  11. sewd says:

    Beautiful poetry Benny. Thank you James for reminding us of the power of art. The balm we so desperately need along with getting outside into the real world.

  12. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This was such a pleasant and soul soothing interview with Benny Wills.
    I enjoyed it.

    Benny has incredible communication skills. His choice of words, both in poetry and in conversation is impressive. The facial expressions, and even the lighting, help add to his conveyance of ideas.
    His demeaner seems very “approachable”, even to casual strangers.

    As the years have passed, it is interesting to see how we all evolve.
    I know I have.

  13. Alchemist says:

    Mesmerizing and heart-warming interview ❤️
    Congrats on your baby, Benny.

    “And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it.” – Gen 1:28

  14. Phil.P. says:

    New subscriber, great to be here. Thanks James for all you do – top notch research and putting things together.

    Excellent interview and video done by Benny – it really explains things, look outside, not to be consumed by the fearmongering and negativity…politics can be very negative. Benny’s “2 Windows” poem is great. So many people living in fear with this scamdemic – I’ve lived an anxious life, but I’m not letting this scamdemic scare me (warmongers and imperialist thieves in control).

    Thanks Benny, and thanks again, James.

  15. CRM114 says:

    I’ll leave this here:
    https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/90805/there-it-is

    assuming yall have also read Dinosauria, We

  16. Noahsark723 says:

    In my life music has always been my greatest teacher. People can over look the arts because of its non-utilitarian nature, yet at the same time as James points out it is very fundamental, and a healing to an individual on many levels.

    Joni Mitchel sings W.B. Yeats:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1j0j4r_gnw

  17. ronor says:

    Didn’t think I would like this one with Benny Wills, but I loved it. A reminder to live.

  18. Lawrence.B says:

    Wonderful messages to hear in these stressful times. Very uplifting and a great elixir for maintaining our humanity. Thanks. Parenthood is so powerful! Congratulations Benny! I’ll keep up with you on Bitchute:) Oh yes, my middle name just happens to be James..:)

  19. lizzie says:

    Way to go lads!
    An absolute breath of fresh air and joy to watch, leaving me feeling peachy. I think this is the way forward once you know the score.
    Thank you.
    Here is a poem I wrote called Mosquito

    A mosquito bit my leg
    I squashed it and felt it’s blood
    Or, was it my blood
    Or, was it ours

  20. madmovond says:

    You guys are both so great. Thanks for what you do and the inspirations you provoke in each of us that tune in to our black windows in an attempt to use them for good.

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