Interview 1591 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

11/05/2020108 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: Biden's Plan to Assert Control

Trump Campaign to ‘Immediately' Request Recount In Wisconsin, Citing ‘Irregularities'

Democrat-led ‘Transition Integrity Project’ Plan for Post-Election Chaos

Story #2: Angelina Jolie’s MI6 Interview Shows Just How Connected Hollywood Is To the Deep State

Angelina Jolie Asks the Outgoing Head of MI6 About Protecting Democracy, Fighting Misinformation and His Life as a Spy

Story #3: Forged Letter Warning About Wolves on the Loose Part of Canadian Military Propaganda Campaign That Went Awry


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  1. littlebird says:

    i think WW broke the story about the transition integrity project…?

    Great story about the wolves! Thank you for highlighting that.

  2. Fact Checker says:

    If Biden wins he will be the first non-human President of the United States.

    The “Biden Administration” will be a free-rein slaughter, controlled by the autonomous Deep Mind that is presently accomplishing its program of eradicating and enslaving the populace. The IMAGE of Biden is at this point pretty much entirely Deep-Fake graphics. Notice HE DOESN’T HAVE IRISES. His eyes are inky-black, like a demon or “Evil Willow” from Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Season 6). To the extent his body is alive at this point, it is certainly cybernetic ally-enhanced at this point.

    Any “public appearances” will conveniently have a gimp-mask covering his face, meaning he can be anywhere at anytime and his body-doubles don’t even need to resemble him facially. By using the masked doubles and Deep-Fake public addresses, They can have seamless continuity when his body cannot be kept alive anymore. It won’t be President Harris: it’ll be President A.I.

    The Deep Mind will now be able to speak directly to the enslaved masses, with Biden’s already unnatural likeness, to rationalize their immiseration by resorting to the sorry excuses of “fighting Covid” and “enacting racial equity” and “sustainable development.”

    Imagine a screen showing Biden’s face on the front of a phalanx of bulldozers mowing down the crowds while explaining to them, “We Will Defeat the Enemy! We Will Save the Planet!”

    That’s the Future.

  3. Jermaine says:

    What worries me is that now the Trump supporters find themselves in the EXACT same predicament the left convinced themselves had occurred in the 2016 election results. The whole “Russiagate” BS narrative is going to be used as a tool against anyone who thinks there was election rigging and this might stir up potential conflict with Russia, especially as the conflicts in the middle east continue to flare up again like in Armenia.

    • Duck says:

      That may be the plan- to dismantle the old system and reuse the component people.
      I think one of the reasons that they allowed the alternative media to exist, rather then crushing it in the egg, is that the TRUTH about how much corruption there is De-legitimizes the governments, political parties and institutions… the thing is that society hangs together thru a shared belief in such things.
      I think maybe it was Jay Dyer who i heard say that you cant build something new until you take down the old structures. Now that the point is reached that no one trusts the election the whole idea of the USA goes away.
      But when that goes away most people will NOT become self sufficient and build something better, they will grab hold of the fake safety offered by Technocracy.

      • Libertydan says:

        “Those who give up essential Liberties for Temporary Safety will find that they soon have neither!” (my version of a Ben Franklin Quote)

        Pair that with:
        “Those who wish to be deceived, will be deceived”, and I think the general mind set of the masses is revealed.

        I think that most people that can still find two brain cells to rub together (guess where I got that one), are aware that the economic system that existed before CoVID was unsustainable. At the rate fiat Money was/is being created they would have run out of trees had they actually printed it in paper. Indeed, Fiat Money is not worth the Paper it is Printed on. So, why do people continue to accept it for real world goods and services? Perhaps, they want to be deceived, and thus they trade essential Liberties (Freedom) for perceived Safety.
        Will the World Bankers pull off a new Monetary Scam to replace the one they milked to it’s death before enough people wake up to the scam?
        I think there will be a window where honest Money can replace them.

        • Duck says:

          “.. So, why do people continue to accept it for real world goods and services? Perhaps, they want to be deceived,..”
          Because they have invested their life into it… imagine having a 401K as social security as what you plan to live on and your only investment being the house you live in…. or you are neck deep in debt from college and need a job to pay it down….or you are a poor person who has zero skills or some sickness and need welfare to live…
          The truth is actually Pretty Horrible for most people, maybe thru their own fault but they will fight tooth and nail not to see where its all gonna end up.

          • calibrator says:

            The truth is simply that the vast majority of people have been indoctrinated from the ground up – and simply believe what their overseers have told them. First their parents (who are usually indoctrinated, too), then their teachers.

            Many things are “a given” for them. They don’t need to think about them.
            This is also very comforting as you don’t need to use your brain. Brain activity is hard for many people and they try to avoid it. Simply believing is easier. “The science has settled!”

            You therefore can’t convince indoctrinated people. It’s really like a religion for them as they usually can’t argue well. They often say “I can’t *believe* this!”. Go figure.

            As an indoctrinated person you either break the cage yourself – because you are either curious enough or the cognitive dissonance is too strong and you begin to question things – or you don’t and stay inside.

            And here’s the kicker: Many people believe they are red-pilled now, that they have “woken up”.

            But in truth they are often steered, too.
            By people with names like Alex Jones or David Icke or Qanon…

            Perhaps it’s best to never trust people who give “definitive answers”? 😉

            • vadoum says:

              “anyone who claims they have the definitive answer to how it all works is highly suspect” T Mckenna

              “There are two reasons you cant find what it is that you really want; the first is because you’ve already got it; the second is because you cant know” Allan watts

              It seems there is a tight rope walk in this reality, the thread we call “natural law”; in order to stay balanced, to be of it, we engage by learning and understanding, employ good manners, yet we must be honest and admit the more we know the less we know, or the less we claim to know the more possibility can arise,,, and so a certain default to humility is part of the sanity equation. Those that have lost balance, range from trickiest oligarch to dumbest masked death cultists, are heaped below the taught line, crying in agony, they are keen to see others also fall.

  4. cu.h.j says:

    I agree with most of the points raised here, particularly investing mental energy into it. Not doing that is much more healthy. I don’t think Trump is an actor, but I do think the fix was in and it would be very hard to overcome in a close election. This is a hunch.

    But the voting machines, who monitors them?

    So where do we go from here, given “the same facts different conclusions”

    We are up against a massive psychopathic propaganda war machine. How do we connect with others? How do we come up with strategies? I have checked out the freedom cell network but anything else outside of that?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      cu.h.j says:
      “But the voting machines, who monitors them? “

      The elections of the 2008 era were pretty wild…all kinds of voting fraud was exposed, while the public yawned.
      I remember video clips of women climbing into dumpsters and retrieving evidence of fraud.
      Diebold became a well known joke in the alternative media.


      Diebold was notorious!
      Here is a Feb 25, 2008 clip from “The Onion” taken from Corbett’s October 2008 Episode 061 – Your Vote Doesn’t Count
      Diebold Accidentally Leaks Results Of 08 Election
      (3 minutes)

      BUMP this Diebold video
      …the old days when “The Onion” actually brought something to the table.

  5. cu.h.j says:

    Also, how do we “awaken” people in positions of power, i.e., the military and law enforcement? They will be the people enforcing the new lockdowns here?

    I think force and fear of violence is a strategy to fight for our freedom. Look at countries that disarm themselves abroad and are crushed. An unarmed and peaceful group of people is easy to control. Look at Australia now. What if that happens here? We are better armed here but the military is better armed.

    I am not asking for violent methods or solutions, but rather how to reach people who can protect us and be on our side.

    • Libertydan says:

      Where do these people in positions of power get paid from, and are they not beholden to who pays them? The world Bankers have created a system whereby they can create unlimited amounts of money and use it to manipulate anyone that will “Work”for it. The existing fiat monetary system is imploding and I think this will provide a window where honest money can be made to replace it.
      The only way they can sell the “Fed Coin” or an “ID/fake Vaccination Shot” is by way of mass Deception! The lies are becoming so ridiculous, that I like to think that people are waking up to the scams being played upon them, and refuse to take the Bankers fake money at some point.

    • calibrator says:

      You can’t “awaken” a higher-ranked officer of the military. He awakens himself or he doesn’t. Think Smedley Butler.

      These types are in it for power/control. And if you explain to them that they never had any – except on their unimportant underlings – they would get massively hostile.

      High-ranked officers are there for two reasons only:
      a) Making sure that the war machine is well oiled
      b) Making sure that they always get the newest (expensive) toys so that the defense contractors get the tax payer money and the shareholders profit

      Violent solutions are no solutions. Violence begets more violence.

      What you need is not “a peaceful group” but peaceful MASSES that – are willing to do a national strike.

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Story #3: Forged Letter Warning About Wolves on the Loose Part of Canadian Military Propaganda Campaign That Went Awry

    I want to give a salute to Corbett Report Member kachatel .
    On the comment board of October 15th’s “Interview 1586 New World Next Week”

    kachatel says:
    10/16/2020 at 5:25 am

    Canadian military caught conducting a propaganda exercise in Nova Scotia, aimed at the local population.

    According to the article, another plan in July “that was never put into action” was “aimed at heading off civil disobedience by Canadians during the coronavirus pandemic.”

    Comment Ref:
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~
    James Pilato may want to occasionally browse the Corbett Report comment section for news items. Sometimes, the comment section contains some excellent descriptive links. A lot of smart cookies migrate to the Corbett Report and often will post an enlightening, well described and sourced piece of news.

    • calibrator says:

      And sometimes they contain absolute garbage.

      Like for example the “Bombshell Rothschild COVID patent” mentioned by Magic Bullet above.

      • MagicBullet says:

        Here is the original patent on the Netherlands Patent site:

        It’s a continuation of a patent starting in 2015. It seems they either called it Covid-19 before 2019 or conveniently relabeled it Covid-19, either way it’s strange.

        Now, if you can avoid derogatory words like “garbage”, please rationally debunk the strangeness of this patent and the name of the person filing it. If you do not have data-not just your opinion, please to not call member’s posts “garbage”.

  7. cu.h.j says:

    Also about the question JC poses “I don’t understand how masses of people can support one man?”

    Leadership is a skill and people following leaders are natural, in my opinion. I don’t necessarily think this is abnormal. For example, I am part of a collective bargaining agreement and we have a leader. They are very good at negotiating and presenting an opposing voice.

    Better examples of leadership than Trump are JFK and MLK, particularly the latter. I believe we cannot get away from the tendency “to support one-man/follow the leader/delegating leadership activities” for the group.

    So Trump supporters and Biden supporters and others who support one individual is not a pathology but a natural or cultural tendency. When we were kids we listen to our parents, they are our leaders. Perhaps it’s an extension of that.

    • Duck says:

      JFK was kinda a crook,an amoral womanizer and possibly had ‘help’ winning his election…on the other hand he appears have actually cared about NOT blowing up the world his Kids were gonna live in….
      MLK was also kinda a crook,plagiarist and sexually immoral and has some questionable theology from what I’ve read…

      An optimist might say they are the best leaders we could hope for… pessimists might agree

      • Octium says:

        JFK was also pretty much the first person to use computers to manipulate a major election.

        I think it is sad that they got away with the conspiracy to assassinate JFK, but I’m not sad that he was shot to death.

        In fact it might be a good way to hold elections, last candidate not to be shot becomes president!

        • Duck says:

          I recall reading in one of the Dune books that there was a place that the ruler had to walk, once a year, thru a crowded market in the dark… 🙂 Popularity test

          I heard that about JFK using a computer to model voters! Sadly, as the Unabomber said in his manifesto people will ALWAYS use new tech if it lets them do what they need or want to do… building the cage one insignificant brick at a time. Still, JFK was probably better then those after him- one crook is better then a gag with a plan.

        • calibrator says:

          The convenient “suicide” of MM has also not been solved.

          Not by a long shot.

          If I were to start digging I would begin in Hyannis Port…

    • Libertydan says:

      I see your point. Indeed, there are people that stand out and deserve our support.. Perhaps, Jesus Christ, or Mahatma Gandhi would have served as better examples of “Leaders” that showed people a better way.
      If James Corbett did not have “followers” he would be alone and would have little power to change the world. It is by the virtue of his fine work that he deserves to have “followers”, many of which contribute to help keep the good work coming.

      • RichW says:

        Psalm 118:8 “It is better to trust and take refuge in the Lord than to put confidence in man.”
        2nd Timothy 3:1 “But understand this, that in the last days there will set in perilous times of great stress and trouble – hard to deal with and hard to bear.”
        The Greek word for perilous (chalepos) means “ragingly insane.” There is only one true source of Truth, Light, Love, and Life… His name is Jesus Christ, the Redeemer and Savior of mankind. Not relegated to history past, but a very present reality for those who put their faith and trust in Him. Son of God. Son of Man. God the Son. Lord and loving Master. He is worthy of your trust. Blessings to all who tenaciously cling to Him!

      • cu.h.j says:

        Indeed, Libertydan. I do see JC as a guide and a teacher. He is also a leader as well, leading by example.

        Though I may disagree at times, I have a lot of respect for JC and many individuals here. JC’s work is brilliant and there are many brilliant minds, such as yourself who post information here. I credit JC to my “awakening” to the lies I had been told by the powers that shouldn’t be.

        I am probably one of the most “normie” people on these boards, except that I am capable of evaluating evidence that contradicts previously held beliefs. I think I was always “hard-wired” to question authority
        though. I read the book 1984 as a teenager and it stuck with me throughout the years.

      • Octium says:

        James is probably aware that mutiny can be just around the corner, for example with the social media series or when the forum developed “like”buttons 😁

        But you have to wonder how the minds of about half the population work when they would normally go about lynching pedophiles, except when they are voting for them as their president!

  8. mkey says:

    A bit of good news.

    Glorious scenes in Piacenza Italy.The Police remove their helmets and stand in unison with the people.

    I’m sure these people will be reprimanded or at least put on notice. Good for them.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Good News Next Week”

      That scene is so beautiful! It resonates.

      Today, being the 5th of November for me, I am reminded by this video of the masked people gathering at the end of the ‘V for Vendetta’ film, while law enforcement stands down.

  9. kck12 says:

    Just a response to E.P.’s comment about using the 25th Amendment against Biden once in office: The inevitable policy results would be hastened if the placeholder/honoree, Biden, is removed, because Kamala Harris would become president. She is a more of avid, energetic, and competent, puppet for the oligarchy than Biden. Therefore, the U.S. would see the programs and policies of the Davos/Bilderberg groups, et. al., move forward more rapidly & efficiently, coldly and callously, very likely…

    • Duck says:

      The actual puppet does not matter… if she’s the President or her job is working the foot pump keeping Biden inflated in public the policy will be the same since neither of them is much more then a piece, not players.

    • MagicBullet says:

      Harris was not born in the US so Pelosi would become president. Pelosi is the big enchilada of the Dems.

      • Duck says:

        She was born in Oakland California according to Wikipedia… Do you think ‘birther’ type conspiracies matter (even if you happen to be 100% correct) at the stage where they openly fake the election?
        I never paid much attention to the Obama birther thing, but it was spooky that his birth certificate had layers when scanned.

  10. Big-_-Brother says:

    I recommend you all to listen to James recent podcast with Declare your Independence he talked more deeply about the the sElection mess.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Declare your Independence with James Corbett

      Thanks Brother!
      I tried going there Wednesday night, but it wasn’t yet uploaded.

      😉 Canadians invade U.S. if Trump wins. Canard

      • Big-_-Brother says:

        No problem @HomeRemedySupply I feel your frustration, I too was waiting for the upload on Wednesday night.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        From the audio conversation…

        Agorist Market

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          On September 15th, Corbett Report Member MAS told us about this website…

          Appreciate all you do to promote the Agora. Unfortunately, I could find nothing functional on the non-dark web to enable counter-economy buyers and sellers to find each other online.
          So, I started
          https://Agorist.Market to fill this void for our community.
          Listings are free for Agorists accepting payment outside the banking system.
          All business inquiries and transactions are peer to peer, separate from the website.
          The opportunity to share more about this project would be welcome.
          Also, if there is something serving this purpose which I overlooked, it would be good to know about and it will be listed on the site as another resource for our community.

          Comment ref:

          and another comment reference on 10/03/2020:

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          You will see the Agorist.Market mentioned here…

          MidFest – Mid-Continent Liberty Festival for a Stateless Society
          (Northeastern Oklahoma)

          “An unorganized non-event for fellowship with kindred spirits seeking a stateless society.”

          For LINKS…
          See this April 2020 comment, when Derrick Broze was on the Corbett Report talking about the counter-economy and underground railroad.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Correction on above comment.

            The Agorist.Market link in this above particular comment’s reference goes to another website.

            However, the PPM Silver Cosmetics LLC of has a mailing address for the same general region of northeastern Oklahoma as “MidFest”.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Corbett’s “Solutions” keyword “Search By Tag” in upper right of website

            Finding Groups and like-minded people

            I want to emphasize that there are many resources and methods to find like-minded people in your area, or online.

            Corbett always gives many valuable links in his show notes.
            However, Corbett Report Members often have comments with some great resources.

            Go to the April 2020 comment which mentions Midfest.
            Oklahoma, Michigan, Arizona, New Hampshire, Texas, Virginia, South Dakota, Mexico are areas mentioned and which often have physical get-togethers. Of course, there are freedom cells.

            Ernest Hancock mentions MEETUP in the podcast with Corbett.
            In the April 2020 comment you will find…

            Voluntaryists of Dallas Ft Worth which has over 200 members. They meet on Thursday nights, one week in Ft Worth, the next week in Dallas.

            I am a member of that group, “Voluntaryists of Dallas Ft Worth” .

            However, I prefer ACTIVISM rather than just conversation.
            So also, I am a member of
            North Texans for Truth also known as “North Texans for 9/11 Truth”. Anyone, anywhere can join. It has 340 members.

            My point with this comment is that if a person REALLY wants to find
            LIKE MINDED PEOPLE there are many ways to go about it.
            Research and ‘pulling the thread’ are keynote.
            …just by disseminating in your local area, you will run across like minded people. Or even ‘make’ like minded people.

  11. beaconterraone says:

    For years now, I’ve suggested that life-long Democrat Donald J. Trump’s purpose in being installed into the White House was to destroy “conservatism” and the “opposition” forever. Would there be a better means to accomplish that task other than what Trump has done in four years? Acts outrageously, speaks outrageously, fails to deliver on most promises.

    This “election” fiasco could have been avoided had Trump cracked down on the professional criminals who orchestrate and implement it.

    Is this “election” confusion and uncertainty just another front in the psychological warfare against the American population, as is the COVID-19(84) plandemic, and the various other sort-of real or outright fantasy “threats” we’ve been told to cower in fear over?

    • Duck says:

      I dont think so, maybe he was part of a plan to skunk the primaries since he was something of a pal with the Clintons but mainly he is the guy mentioned is “revolt of the Elites” who panders to normal people fed up with the ‘knowledge workers’ class who hate, fear and are disgusted by normal people.

      His persona played well with normal people, because he played the part of a populist

      • beaconterraone says:

        Unfortunately, he is merely playing a role. If you compare his current antics with those of his past, especially with the WWE (with whom he still has a webpage), they’re identical. Plenty of evidence that he is continuing his life of confidence art – unkept promises, radically shifting positions and opinions, and/or no follow-through on critical issues.

        Trump was, is, and will remain part of the (mostly self-appointed) Elite. He has NO clue how we “lesser” folks live. Is he as evil as Hillary Clinton? Probably not. But he looked the other way, at best, at all the Clintons and Epstein did, among plenty of others.

        The “election,” as with nearly everything worldly in this fallen world, is just an illusion dispensed to us by the corporate media. We are in a Psychodrome where nothing within the Overton Window is fully authentic. And anyone outside of that Overton Window (the spectrum of permissible “thought” and opinion) is a “conspiracy theorist” (“dangerous”) and/or “Russian agent” (“stealing our precious bodily fluids”) and/or even a “terrorist” (really “dangerous”).

        • Duck says:

          I’m not saying he is anything but an opportunist narcissist… he is still far better to have as president then the well organized gang of crooks that usually occupy the office… he is the modern Caesar who rises to populist power as the Elites scramble for power, he will like as not end like Caesar too- taken out by the Elites he failed to destroy (As it says in ‘The Prince’ you need to pander or destroy…injury without killing begets revenge.)
          After him I suspect (like the fall of the Roman Republic) there wil be a brief (fake democratic) tyranny followed by chaos then a new system

          • beaconterraone says:

            I told a friend before the “election,” that Trump seems to hate me LESS than someone like Harris.

            I just don’t know for certain if he is a real, live “Emmanuel Goldstein” or not.

            I guess time will tell. I can say that if Trump simply “gives up” amidst this obviously rigged “election,” it will give quite the truckload of evidence in favor of my assertions. We know how “Lock her up!” became “They’re good people, I don’t want to hurt them” mere days after the 2016 “election.”

            • calibrator says:

              Well, to see if he really exists you could visit his golf course in Scotland and hope that he visits it someday after his “presidency”…

        • cu.h.j says:

          My impression of Trump is that he’s somewhat of a narcissist and likes the attention, but that he does feel a sense of loyalty to those who support him. He makes a lot of concessions, especially with Clinton and Epstein, but he probably knew that if he went after them, he would die. The Clinton body count is quite high.

          I think he may know a little about what is really going on but perhaps looks the other way. I strongly believe he is better than Biden and Harris. I believe they are completely psychopathic and the build back better is straight out of the WEF agenda.

          But who knows, these are just my impressions of it, not based on any science.

          If Biden is installed, I hope that serves to anger people and perhaps we can use that to wake people up. Maybe someone can be at one of the demonstrations and give Trump supporters and Antifa flyers or talk to people and let them know what is going on face to face.

          I think the Trump supporters would be more open to the information provided here. Antifa supporters seem to be totally brainwashed in critical race theory and socialism.

          • Duck says:

            When the Kenosha guy shot those Antifa guys either he just had a statistical anomaly or the group is made up of serious sex offenders, petty criminals, and people of jewish extraction (or some combination thereof)
            That could be just like getting three aces in a row but there is some serious over representational going on in the folks who make it into the news.
            Not a surprise when you recall that the Russian Revolution was generated mostly by big money in the USA funneled into the hands of professional trouble makers, as Dr Spence says in Wqallstreet and the Russian Revolution.
            Vid of him talking on the book

            • calibrator says:

              You could go back to Antony C. Sutton and his book “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution” from 1970. He probably was the first to write about it.

              Here are only two paragraphs from Chapter 10

              “So far our story has revolved around a single major financial house — Guaranty Trust Company, the largest trust company in the United States and controlled by the J.P. Morgan firm. Guaranty Trust used Olof Aschberg, the Bolshevik banker, as its intermediary in Russia before and after the revolution. Guaranty was a backer of Ludwig Martens and his Soviet Bureau, the first Soviet representatives in the United States. And in mid-1920 Guaranty was the Soviet fiscal agent in the U.S.; the first shipments of Soviet gold to the United States also traced back to Guaranty Trust.

              There is a startling reverse side to this pro-Bolshevik activity — Guaranty Trust was a founder of United Americans, a virulent anti-Soviet organization which noisily threatened Red invasion by 1922, claimed that $20 million of Soviet funds were on the way to fund Red revolution, and forecast panic in the streets and mass starvation in New York City. This duplicity raises, of course, serious questions about the intentions of Guaranty Trust and its directors. Dealing with the Soviets, even backing them, can be explained by apolitical greed or simply profit motive.
              On the other hand, spreading propaganda designed to create fear and panic while at the same time encouraging the conditions that give rise to the fear and panic is a considerably more serious problem. It suggests utter moral depravity. Let’s first look more closely at the anti-
              Communist United Americans.”

              “Moral depravity” = “playing both sides against each other”?
              Wasn’t this always THEIR strategy?

              • Duck says:

                Thanks for the Suggestion, I read his “war on Gold” and have heard his talks on YT but not read that book or the other one on building up the Soviet union.

  12. Lumen says:

    Three Great documentaries on called ‘InterReflections’ by Peter Joseph. They comprise of three documentaries, Part 1, Section 1/3, Part 1, Section 2/3, Part 1, Section 3/3. The links are here:

    Scary but true.

    • Fact Checker says:

      After 3 minutes of dippy visuals and drowsy music, I was like, Life is WAAY too short for this!

    • padraig says:

      poor peter. here’s a debate with him and stefan

      • Duck says:

        Zeitgeist = Venus project, technocracy, resource based economy, new age religion and general spookiness.

        The Venus (Lucifer) project is a clue 🙂

        Never looked into it much beyond the movies

    • Duck says:

      Very zeitgeisty, I couldn’t stand the annoying sound track but hopping about on the 2nd movie see they are talking about the idea that primitive humans were “egalitarian” (around 48 min) and lacked hireachy, which is utter bunk since actually hunter gatherer tribes do have dominance, and a minority of men get to pass their genes down. I dont see what studies they mention- sounds like the kind of rubbish MArgret Murry used to fake about noble savages.
      If they make such a basic mistake I dont know what they have to say

  13. Lumen says:

    More Great Documentaries from


    The Fall Of The Cabal: The End Of The World As We Know It

    2 [2020]

    The Sequel to Fall of the Cabal – Part 1 Who is the Cabal?


    The Sequel to Fall of the Cabal – Part 2 The Wrath of the Jesuit Council


    The Sequel to Fall of the Cabal – Part 3 The Russian Revolution

    Some aspects may need to be further researched.

    Scary but Timely

  14. MagicBullet says:

    I would have to disagree with James that Trump is just as seeped into the plandemic and dark powers that be as Biden is and that it’s all a show, no, Trump is different than most all prior politicians, though James is correct most of the past were shows. This is not a pro-Trump post, just analysis.

    Trump called out 911 on the day of 911 saying the buildings were controlled demolition, he has been staunchly against masks, lockdowns, fauci, birk, forced inoculations, etc. He looks exhausted now and is acting like a victim of the dark powers, he does not act like he wants a poor economy, Covid death squads, etc. and he has not promoted wars like the last 20 years of presidents did. The things he says or does or doesn’t do are quite unfavorable for things like Agenda 21 etc.

    The dark powers do not like nationalists like Trump because the countries become harder to control. They like liberal politicians because the divide and conquer is much easier, you can take away guns and police, you can dilute nationalism with immigration (think Merkel), you can decrease the birth rate by increasing ease of abortion-even live birth abortions, they promote global warming and the internet of things and restrictions that will come with warming, and are more likely to promote alternative relationships that don’t easily lead to reproduction.

    Maybe Trump has tried to play along with deep state a bit, but that’s not what he is. James is not being flexible in modifying his “the elections are a show” meme, which was clearly true up to 2016. Clinton was much more favorable for the persons who are really trying to control us.

    • Duck says:

      ‘.. Trump is different than most all prior politicians…”
      He is just the guy who worked out how to grab hold of the populist Tiger and ride it to power. He is either totally unable to see what is happening OR Totally unable to do anything about it OR Just running out the clock while pacifiying nationalists as the US is dismantled.
      He is better then the others because he is less competent at looting but dont expect him to actually do anything but slow down the destruction EVEN IF HE WANTS TO.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I agree with your analysis MagicBullet. I don’t think JC has researched Trump as much as other past presidents. I do think his conclusions that he’s just another puppet has not been presented with convincing evidence. The argument is weak. Though expending mental energy on the outcome is pointless and I completely agree in that regard.

  15. james.w says:

    What we have is a loss of civility. Yes, our leaders have become radicalized on both the left and right. But we can still make inroads with the rank and file, or at least some of them. Both parties need to come more to the center, not this extremism.
    Here are Carnegie’s rules on how to influence people
    Techniques in Handling People

    Don’t criticize, condemn or complain.
    Give honest and sincere appreciation.
    Arouse in the other person an eager want.
    Six ways to make people like you

    Become genuinely interested in other people.
    Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.
    Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves.
    Talk in terms of the other person’s interests.
    Make the other person feel important – and do it sincerely.
    Win people to your way of thinking

    The only way to get the best of an argument is to avoid it.
    Show respect for the other person’s opinions. Never say, “You’re wrong.”
    If you are wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically.
    Begin in a friendly way.
    Get the other person saying “yes, yes” immediately.
    Let the other person do a great deal of the talking.
    Let the other person feel that the idea is his or hers.
    Try honestly to see things from the other person’s point of view.
    Be sympathetic with the other person’s ideas and desires.
    Appeal to the nobler motives.
    Dramatize your ideas.
    Throw down a challenge.
    Be a Leader: How to Change People Without Giving Offense or Arousing Resentment

    Begin with praise and honest appreciation.
    Call attention to people’s mistakes indirectly.
    Talk about your own mistakes before criticizing the other person.
    Ask questions instead of giving direct orders.
    Let the other person save face.
    Praise the slightest improvement and praise every improvement. Be “hearty in your approbation and lavish in your praise.”
    Give the other person a fine reputation to live up to.
    Use encouragement. Make the fault seem easy to correct.
    Make the other person happy about doing the thing you suggest.

    On criticism

    Criticism is futile because it puts a person on the defensive and usually makes him strive to justify himself. Criticism is dangerous, because it wounds a person’s precious pride, hurts his sense of importance, and arouses resentment. …. Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain—and most fools do. But it takes character and self-control to be understanding and forgiving.

    That reminds me of this famous quote by Thomas Carlyle: “A great man shows his greatness by the way he treats little men.”

    On dealing with people

    When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures of emotion, creatures bristling with prejudices and motivated by pride and vanity.

    On influence

    [T]he only way on earth to influence other people is to talk about what they want and show them how to get it.

    On the secret of success

    If there is any one secret of success, it lies in the ability to get the other person’s point of view and see things from that person’s angle as well as from your own.

  16. james.w says:
    Here are Dave Packard’s rules
    Dave Packard’s 11 Simple Rules

    1. Think first of the other fellow. This is THE foundation — the first requisite — for getting along with others. And it is the one truly difficult accomplishment you must make. Gaining this, the rest will be “a breeze.”

    2. Build up the other person’s sense of importance. When we make the other person seem less important, we frustrate one of his deepest urges. Allow him to feel equality or superiority, and we can easily get along with him.

    3. Respect the other man’s personality rights. Respect as something sacred the other fellow’s right to be different from you. No two personalities are ever molded by precisely the same forces.

    4. Give sincere appreciation. If we think someone has done a thing well, we should never hesitate to let him know it. WARNING: This does not mean promiscuous use of obvious flattery. Flattery with most intelligent people gets exactly the reaction it deserves — contempt for the egotistical “phony” who stoops to it.

    5. Eliminate the negative. Criticism seldom does what its user intends, for it invariably causes resentment. The tiniest bit of disapproval can sometimes cause a resentment which will rankle — to your disadvantage — for years.

    6. Avoid openly trying to reform people. Every man knows he is imperfect, but he doesn’t want someone else trying to correct his faults. If you want to improve a person, help him to embrace a higher working goal — a standard, an ideal — and he will do his own “making over” far more effectively than you can do it for him.

    7. Try to understand the other person. How would you react to similar circumstances? When you begin to see the “whys” of him you can’t help but get along better with him.

    8. Check first impressions. We are especially prone to dislike some people on first sight because of some vague resemblance (of which we are usually unaware) to someone else whom we have had reason to dislike. Follow Abraham Lincoln’s famous self-instruction: “I do not like that man; therefore I shall get to know him better.”

    9. Take care with the little details. Watch your smile, your tone of voice, how you use your eyes, the way you greet people, the use of nicknames and remembering faces, names and dates. Little things add polish to your skill in dealing with people. Constantly, deliberately think of them until they become a natural part of your personality.

    10. Develop genuine interest in people. You cannot successfully apply the foregoing suggestions unless you have a sincere desire to like, respect and be helpful to others. Conversely, you cannot build genuine interest in people until you have experienced the pleasure of working with them in an atmosphere characterized by mutual liking and respect.

    11. Keep it up. That’s all — just keep it up!

  17. MagicBullet says:

    Live voter fraud report from Detroit:

    This looks like a deep-state operation, not a coke vs pepsi either will do election.

  18. MagicBullet says:


    Dr. Steve Pieczenik Ex Dept of State official drops a bomb of a report regarding a trump-led ballot block chain ID sting op underway to secure the evidence they need to arrest the thieves of our election.

    • Duck says:

      I saw that and wondered

      1)How come this guy is giving the game away before its over? (because he’s a fantasist)

      2)What is a “QFS block chain encryption code” ?
      (Its a made up BS word- (‘Quantum Finanaacial System’ in an article writian by some mental person on

      His website where he tells us its “Gods Financial System for the Human Golden Age” to “replace central banks” (I suggest the genius behind this uses Temple OS on his PC…)

      As for the speaker himself
      he has a youtube Channel (since 2013) and honestly comes across as very smart and educated, but I’m pretty sure he’s a nut. He’s like Zelig in that he shows up everywhere and did everything. I have known a couple of smart schizophrenics one of whom who could also spin a pretty good line of BS.

      This comes across as Q level BS, This guy did not show up in any normal news outlet and only had what looked like a self generated web presence in my (admittedly rather fast….) searching.

      • Fact Checker says:

        Pieczenik was on Alex Jones all the time back in the day, and he was a classic disinformation agent.
        Mounds and mounds of conflicting narrative-shuffle, red-herring leads and limited hangouts.

      • MagicBullet says:

        He can say things now, because the ballots have been collected by the National Guard. DHS is leaking it on One-Wire where it can be viewed but its not unlocked as you need to be a press member to get into it: but see this

        He has been on the Alex Jones show many years, I don’t think he could last that long if his background wasn’t true. Here, you can put in his last name and see he is a Board Certified Psychiatrist since 1977, so that is true:

        His Wiki page says he was a Deputy Secretary of State & you can see this
        I doubt this Alumni page would be false. And he says he’s been involved with may classified operations in many places.

        Is he a deep state operative? He’s pretty dead set against the deep state now and about arresting lots of current Golbalists that he names by name his AJ appearances and says arrests are going on as we speak.

        He is not a scam or small fry, and would likely know many people in intelligence. Double agent? He hasn’t been found out in many decades of being on our side.

        QFS may have better info on Google Scholar and other tech sites, a brief look at the blog you sent didn’t ring out with suspicion to me.

        On the Sting OP: He’s quite articulate

        I really don’t think the Trump people went into the election just waiting to get eaten alive. They know this exact same thing happened in the ’18 elections and they were well prepared for it this time.

        • Duck says:

          Magic Bullet
          Is this the Third or Fourth BS story you have posted here?

          1)”…His Wiki page says..” I personally made a wikipedia page on a minor item I had bought.. I can make one that says I am Secretary of Crypto so when i call you and ask for your bank details so I can send your UBI payment you really should believe me 😉

          2) Who is Andrew Powell that I should care about what he says on Twitter?
          I can link you to my BItchute channel if you like…just give me time to make a video about how the Smurfs are going to stage a counter-coup according to my inside info

          3) Thanks for the Alumni page… I missed that… first as I said he sounded educated and smart so he must have some training. However how can he be an Alumni at an ONLINE SCHOOL at his age??? I dont know why a student from its non online days would be there..and even if he were I am pretty sure getting in the stories page is as simple as filling out a form with your story…its not exactly journalism.

          4)QFS is fully explained..its just insane or fake or both and has NOTHING TO DO with watermarking ballots….its a gold based crypto currency

          5)Considering thatthe FBI illegally wipes its phone’s and shreds its data so Trump cant show how they worked against him (read the Epoch Times…) the chance of them arresting TRUMP is higher then them rounding up Democrats

          6)READ THE TWEET…..CA marking state ballots is not Trump doing so. Unless you think California officials are gonna help Trump catch California officials committing crimes?
          THEN send it to Cali officials who are presumably the ones STEALING the votes?? ??

          Trump is an outsider, he made a grab for power and now the Elite are putting him back in the box. He has almost zero ability to run his own policy, let alone round up anyone.

          Either you are trying to waste peoples time or you are wasting your own.

          • MagicBullet says:

            David Knight on IW is against it yes, I’m also not saying it’s true. It’s info for the comment section to digest. I’m saying Pieczenik reports it and that he has the credentials he says he has. I also wrote he might be a double agent, ie faking to be anti-deep state.

            Seems he went to Dwight HS grad ’60, before it made it’s on-line division, google his name and Dwight you will see Steve R. Pieczenik, ’60.
            I already proved he is a Board Certified psychiatrist and Ex Deputy Sec of State.

            Now, the purpose of this site is to exchange ideas, not to call each other’s post bullshit or be nasty in replies. Per JC at 6:10 on this vid about the rules for commenting:
            The other “…rule is no ad hominem attacks, no trolling, no starting fights, no picking fights with other people in the comment section…

            I do not want you to reply you are not being nasty, I just ask you here DO NOT REPLY to any of my posts anymore, and I will not reply to yours. If you continue to reply I will ask JC to consider that trolling.

            WE’RE FINISHED.

            • Duck says:

              Magic Bullet
              “..Now, the purpose of this site is to exchange ideas..”
              True..however, you are not exchanging an idea, you are serially posting OBVIOUSLY unbelievable stories that you can easily check.

              I’m pointing out that its obviously junk… you have no obligation to believe me or reply to me either.

              If you no longer want to talk that is fine, I just happened to have time to spare to look stuff up today.

            • MagicBullet says:

              Here is a blockchain voting system patent made this year on the US patent office web site:

              It seems to be on a bar-code on the ballot not a water mark. I do not know if it could be both, nor did I find if the blockchain itself if QFS or not, but I didn’t do a deep dive. The claims are on P 46 of the PDF.

              But, blockchains can be connected to ballots it seems.

    • calibrator says:

      “I call bullshit for 800, Alex!”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I apologize…I have not been following this SUB-THREAD and have no dog in this fight.

      Steve Pieczenik & Watermark & Alex Jones & David Wilcox & Qanon

      Derrick Broze weighs in about this…

      • MagicBullet says:

        Hey HRS, yes Derek is a very helpful Journalist. Is he right about Jones, Trump, etc? His arguments are conceptual, not proofs.

        Jones, however difficult he seems to be (and I am not a Jones supporter), does rouse up libertarian types and their ability to keep guns to fight back against medical tyranny, lockdowns, etc, and he goes out on the street and into DC to lead rallies, and this is how lots of Johns and Janes start to enter the rabbit hole. His channel gives out lots of info on the Drs against the plandemic, stats of vax adverse events, what’s in them, etc. Yes he exaggerates sometimes and is plagued by some disinfo by his guests, but he has “woken” up thousands of people to start looking around to get more info.

        Now, the current thread, about the claim of watermarked block-chained ballots, it’s a discussion about the messenger Dr. Pieczenik not the host Jones. So here on the US patent office site is indeed blockchain ballot patent using a barcode, and barcodes can be put in a watermark:

        Has Trump done something that may cause serious action on the ground? This EO could be one hint: not to mention he could invoke the Insurrection Act still. He has definitely been against masks and lockdowns (that’s out of his hands a bit), and his plugging of HCQ can not be in the game plan of the pro-vax squad.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I have no dog in the fight. I don’t want to go there about Pieczenik.

          I’m with ya on what you say about Alex Jones. He does muster a crowd, and he has gotten a great turnout in Dallas in the past. I was there at a late November “End The Fed” years back. I’ve been up close to Alex. I don’t like the guy as a person.

          Mustering a crowd – Leadership

          Unfortunately, in some respects, people often crave a leader in a movement, and also crave to join a crowd…the larger, the better.
          Whether it be Alex or Del Bigtree, or RFK, Jr., a rock star, or anyone else, I hold a cocked eye as far as a pedestal goes.

          The message.
          The message is what is important to me.
          And its delivery.
          In essence…The Story is what I want to support and promote.

          • MagicBullet says:

            I think we are in very close agreement about many things. I’m interested in the Truth, and in that line the message, none of us are really trying to be “friends” with these messengers. No matter how nutty, obnoxious or strange a messenger is, if they have the truth then they are gold in that respect.

            It’s possible Dr. P was young and duped into joining deep state ops then found out what was going on, or he’s a plant, but he is not strange. We need these people if they are honest. If things he says can later be proven then hats off to him. Otherwise, yes agree, we take things with a questioning eye. He and many others on-line are also getting old, do not look as well, and are not as articulate as they used to be, we need to be patient with them.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              A sidebar note on Alex…

              On December 17th around 1pm, Alex Jones fired David Knight.

              Corbett Report member Hanky had sent out a brief email to our “North Texans for Truth” group. That’s how I found out.

              David Knight Twitter

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Magic Bullet,
                I still don’t want to get into the Pieczenik issue, ‘cuz I really don’t care about it.

                But, I just happened to spot this comment by “Bob McGee 123” on David Knight’s Twitter feed.
                McGee says to Knight:
                Just want to say I think it was great that you took a stand on calling out Steve Pieczenyk for being a liar. Congrats on the career change!

              • MagicBullet says:

                People like AJ or Trump are successful both because of, and in spite of, their impatience hyperactivity. We should not love them nor hate them, we can enjoy what they do that is positive, try to ignore the negative, but clearly they are more tolerable from a distance.

  19. Big-_-Brother says:

    Alex Jones In Arizona, giving a speech to a crowd trying to sway the election. (TIP) as James said is working.

  20. Jed says:

    The Earth’s remodel is under way. First step is demo (pun intended) and I don’t see it yet, a poor attempt at a start but maybe the contractor hit the road with the deposit? Looks like the workers are lazy — no one will get off the couch or put down their slabs. The fluoride and Prussian schools have outdone themselves.

  21. padraig says:

    leaked….. JC to drop massive affirmation of democracy this weekend! all your questions answered!
    who- to vote for
    what- to eat during the be-headings
    when- the best time to remove your shoes at home
    where- to grow yer parnips
    why- evil humans need to be eradicated

    links galore! always wanted to join the club of rome? linked!! got a hankerin fer some campin? bohemian grove? that’s right linked! tired of alex jones showing up and wreaking the party with that fucking bullhorn? well there’s a link for that! the Alex Jones Contact Tracer!!!!

  22. CreativeLife says:

    JC, you nailed it. To hang on to your integrity in an atmosphere filled with propaganda consumers is a deliberate decision that requires action. When the crowd becomes fixated and mesmerized by lab coat technocrats and clowns in blue suits, it’s time to head for the light and sweet caress of nature.
    Even in the snow, the chickadees and sapsuckers will land on outstretched hands for seeds they love, lightly touching down to take a few morsels, only to lift off just as quick. Instinctively they live their day in the way nature intended. What happened to us? Simple sane living seems to have hit a short circuit.

    I find my mind needs flight from this insanity more and more every day. Whether it’s in a simple tune sung while walking, or a gentle whistle, over the soup pot as the last of the veggies are stirred in to marry up before supper.
    There’s something about the smell of the horses, in the crisp cold; that has a warmth to it. My granddaughter has such a beautiful smile that beams with curiosity while we go for our walks and discuss our learning journey.

    Yes, this is how it is meant to be. Real. Beautiful. A quiet mind. Deep breaths in the outdoors. Beauty and life stream into the eyes of the beholder taking the place of the shallow existence technology offers. It’s time for mindful discipline, minimal exposure to technology and meaningful use of time.

    The self-anointed information warfare specialists will continue flexing their links, clutching on to ‘their narrative’s’ safe holding pattern. Wielding flattering influences while intending persuasion, onward they go. Are screen populations becoming like a new race? Screens rhymes with greens! Isn’t that cute.

    I’m tempted to start a new group too, for my closest friends because Flip Tops Matter. Maybe it isn’t Covid correct, but that’s what makes it special!

    Now, I ask myself should I leave behind the refreshing joy of nature where screens don’t exist, just to enter the gasping techno gauntlet again?

    I think not. Love is waiting outside of this chaos, not within it. Words that give life and offer wisdom are waiting to be consumed in our library and on the dining room table.

    Too much of what I could care less about is here, sprinkled with only a few granules of salt. Like James says this whole selection fiasco will go on and on and it’s of absolutely no interest.
    If voting made a difference, they wouldn’t let us do it. – Mark Twain
    Voting gives consent to be ruled. Its a ritual to hand over your power.
    Voting is a method used to determine which politician was most able to brainwash you.
    I see it this way, ‘if you vote you have no right to complain”.

    Cont’d “I guess that”

    • CreativeLife says:

      Cont’d from above

      I guess that comes from being a Canadian in the north remembering my dear father who went through two wars as a Navy Captain. He knew of the Great Work back then, he knew of the poisoning of mankind through alcohol and other drugs especially his men, and especially vaccines and prescriptions. He witnessed corruption that was unspeakable.

      He knew war was a lie. He knew there was subversion everywhere. He knew history and Democracy was a lie agreed upon. The ones that hold the power laugh as you willfully give them license to lie, cheat and steal from you. Cycles of abuse of power with a dose of ballot box mania every 4 years. So now we have virus mania, election mania, economic mania and enforcement mania!
      Do you think we could be in a little trouble, while everyone is distracted by the clown show?

      I have spent over 40 years (as I wrote to 9tH in a lengthy comment under Same Facts, Opposite Conclusions) in study, education and work. There is about as much respect for a man like my father; who put his life in harms way for your freedom, as those who have died or been mocked for attempting to educate and bring back the true health that was taken away, without poison being injected into your bodies or ingested, being cut or being burned. It’s just the way it is. Deconstructing harmful propaganda may no longer be possible, it is that serious.

      Time to rest in the arms of the Creator and celebrate life as it truly was intended. Illusion is no one’s friend. Live well. Laugh lots. Love much.

  23. AB says:

    First off – Clearly we’re all being distracted with this whole election fiasco. Given the whole COVID fraud and the damage being done by using this as an excuse, which puppet wins the election and who is the more accomplished cheater is of no significance. We need to focus on the important issues, and the election is not one of them and has not been one of them for a long long time.

    Secondly – The positive I take from the Trump era has nothing to do with whether or not Trump is part of the cabal or the white knight. It is merely the fact that in 2016, along with Brexit also by the way, it indicated that a large enough proportion of the population was not completely brainwashed by the establishment propaganda to actually vote against it. It was a glimmer of hope that humanity is able to be awakened. Even this election has demonstrated that the sentiment is still alive in a large percentage of the masses. That’s all we need to know. The rest is just theatre.

    Finally – As many mention all the time, we need to stop waiting for someone to rescue us. Stand up now and do what you know is right regardless of what others try to tell you and what consequences may result from such actions. What is there really to fear? Death? We all die in the end anyway. At least live free while you’re alive.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I agree with much of what you say, but when you say “both sides” that does not describe the situation we are in. We are also in a cultural war, the destruction of Western Civilization itself, the paradigm that is the context in which we have the language and mental faculties to think.

      What “the left” the academic arm of the technocrats are doing is undermining critical thinking in universities. If you have not followed the racial and gender division in the US, you’re missing this part of it. There are many people who identify as “liberal” who are willing to ensure the technocracy is put in place because they are convincingly brainwashed.

      The academic left is as Newspeak was in the book 1984. If Trump, as bad as he is, does not secure the presidency, the future of the US constitutional republic in the absence of a civil war, I believe is toast.

      The member MagicBullet above mentioned that this is not a “pepsi/coke” election, and I think it would be wise for people here to consider his comment more carefully and do some research about this aspect of what’s happening.

  24. mik says:


    at 14:50 you say “I’m afraid you are already lost”.

    I understand, this is unscripted podcast. Emotional glitches happens, I doubt you believe this.
    The reason I’m writing this is because similar happened before, but you might not be aware.

    In this terrible times it’s important that we continue to convey truth to normies, to stay strong and most importantly not lose hope.

    In the spring you made excellent peripatetic by the river expose on what is the gist of scamdemic, grandma killer syndrome. People got infested with it, their minds became deadlocked.

    I had conversation with few normies, epidemic believers, but they say they won’t take a jab. After I asked them, are they prepared to lose their job all of them were completely taken aback, but no one said that I’m making up things.
    I have a feeling these people are our next line of defense.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I agree “I’m afraid you are already lost” is not a statement of fact, but an opinion based on JC’s analysis. And JC does live in a different culture than American’s do. Many people in the US are upset because their cultural framework is crumbling, as imperfect as it was, allowed for ideas such as libertarianism and agorism.

      Check this out

      The newly installed regime is coming for “Trump supporters” people will be put on lists and possibly “re-educated” or “monitored.”

      This is what many American’s are upset about. This is not “coke” and “Pepsi”

      The statement “I’m afraid you are already lost” demonstrates a lack of understanding of cultural implications. Many “Trump supporters” are also people in the truth community/”conspiracy realist” camp. I anticipate a crackdown on people who question the Covid scam being put on lists here in the US. This is why people are upset.

      Do you think “freedom cells” can even survive in the new coming Biden/Haris administration here in the US? Let’s see what the new lockdown rules look like this January. Even in “red states” who resisted. Will they be able to stand up to the Federal government, especially if the national guard is called out to enforce the new rules?

      • mik says:

        Please, please, please spare me of political nonsense and the orange one in particular. You have enough people here and elsewhere willing to discuss these matters. Let this be your guide when you talk to me in the future. Ok? I ask you as a human being to respect this.

        I believe James’ statement in question is not opinion, it’s just emotional glitch as I said. He is well aware he is not just researcher as he claims, somehow he is opinion maker and as such he has to be careful with words, his mighty sword.

        “And JC does live in a different culture than American’s do.”

        James shows he understands american culture quite well. Even I living in Europe, raised during socialist times, have some understanding. Many times I had debates and saying “let them have their guns”, most people here can’t get this at all. From my side this is not just a matter of tolerance.

        Be aware that under the cloak of culture many things might hide in a way: things are how they are…you know, culture. Among others terrible misconceptions and it’s very hard for someone inside the social framework (culture?) to notice them, let alone to be fully aware and further, to have an idea of possible solutions. That goes for any culture, social framework.

  25. lorijh says:

    RE: Wolves on the Loose/Military Propaganda in Nova Scotia: I was driving on the 110 freeway heading into downtown Los Angeles while listening to this episode, and I almost lost control of my vehicle from laughing so hard. I know it’s serious—but at some level, it really seems like we’re in a dark comedy at times. They’re pulling the most insane tactics as their whole system crumbles. And ‘The Halifax Rifles!’ That’s when I couldn’t stop laughing! James Pilato nailed it—perfect name for a band! Thank you to both James, for a great episode.

  26. Dephyant says:

    Pilato – Stop ripping on my favourite band Tool. Their art never references to anything political except maybe censorship so it pains me each time you rip into them. First time maybe it was kinda funny with the dead kennedy’s and the other bands may deserve being called out. yes they took 10 years to make the last album – but its not linked to what your trying to smear them with.

    I thankfully got to see them 3 times in Australia this year right before Australia was shut down for Covid. It was the most amazing shows I have ever seen – if you were a true musician you would know they are an act on their own. Please stop.

  27. anonymint says:

    My thread of election comments is on the Great Reset vlog.

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