Interview 1599 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

11/19/202073 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: Secretive Club For Ultra-Wealthy Environmentalists Revealed

The Secret Club for Billionaires Who Care About Climate Change

CREO Syndicate: Clean, Renewable and Environmental Opportunities

Flashback: Elites 'Secret' Meeting Discussed Depopulation (May 27, 2009)

And Now For The 100 Trillion Dollar Bankster Climate Swindle…

How & Why Big Oil Conquered The World

B23-0171 - Minor Consent for Vaccinations Amendment Act of 2019

Story #2: State Department to Release Cold War-Style Papers on China’s Rise

State Department to Release Kennan-Style Paper On China

George Kennan, "The Sources of Soviet Conduct" (1947)

Story #3: New Defense Chief Puts DoD On Notice, Saying "All Wars Must End"

Trump Admin Issues Troop Draw-Down Order In Afghanistan & Iraq

Trump Fires Mark Esper As Pentagon Chief After Election Defeat

What Is John Brennan So Worried About?

Security Officials Worry Israel, Saudis May See End of Trump As Last Chance To Destroy Iran

Trump Fires Homeland Sec. Cyber Chief Krebs Who Said Election Was Secure

Man, the false flag it's gonna take to get the fake left to put those troops back in will be catalyzing...

Trump Could End the War On Weed On Way Out - And Spite Dems In The Process

Congress Could Vote Next Month To Legalize Cannabis Nationwide, Expunge Arrests

Truly One of Nature’s Great Migrations

Forced Vaccination Law in Denmark Abandoned After Public Protests

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  1. Big-_-Brother says:

    In terms of US and China relations I really recommend reading this chapter from Ray Dalio book “The Changing World Order”. The whole book explains why the current US economic situation is happening. And Ray goes back in history and shows the correlations of falling empires their currencies. Now its happening with the US and the Dollar.

    Chapter 7 specifically talks about the 2D relations with US and China(It talks a little about Kissinger but nothing crazy behind the scenes)

    I would really recommend anyone who is confused about Macroeconomics or want to learn more to check out Ray Dalio’s work. Again its only from 2D perspective.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Corbett’s Nov 10th, 2014 – Episode 297 – China and the New World Order

    I want to “bump” this episode which James Corbett mentioned. (It has a transcript) This is really, really good. I was re-watching it this past week, and gosh!…the visuals bring it to life.

  3. Libertydan says:

    Re: Sloppy Election Fraud,
    Indeed, I have to agree that it doesn’t take a lot of research to uncover enough Election Fraud to see that the 2020 Election result was altered. It is Interesting to note that the 12th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution addressed such an issue back in 1804 when it was Ratified, (see Text of 12th Amendment below)

    The Electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves; they shall name in their ballots the person voted for as President, and in distinct ballots the person voted for as Vice-President, and they shall make distinct lists of all persons voted for as President, and all persons voted for as Vice-President and of the number of votes for each, which lists they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate;

    The President of the Senate shall, in the presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the certificates and the votes shall then be counted;

    The person having the greatest number of votes for President, shall be the President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed; and if no person have such majority, then from the persons having the highest numbers not exceeding three on the list of those voted for as President, the House of Representatives shall choose immediately, by ballot, the President. But in choosing the President, the votes shall be taken by states, the representation from each state having one vote; a quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the states, and a majority of all the states shall be necessary to a choice. And if the House of Representatives shall not choose a President whenever the right of choice shall devolve upon them, before the fourth day of March next following, then the Vice-President shall act as President, as in the case of the death or other constitutional disability of the President.[a]

    The person having the greatest number of votes as Vice-President, shall be the Vice-President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed, and if no person have a majority, then from the two highest numbers on the list, the Senate shall choose the Vice-President; a quorum for the purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole number of Senators, and a majority of the whole number shall be necessary to a choice. But no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States.[1]

    (Note: This provision was superseded by Sections 1 and 3 of the Twentieth Amendment in 1933.)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Libertydan says:
      Indeed, I have to agree that it doesn’t take a lot of research to uncover enough Election Fraud to see that the 2020 Election result was altered.

      Man-o-man! No kidding. It is pretty glaring.

      • Libertydan says:

        You would be surprised at how many people I talk to that think Biden won Fair and square. I call such a phenomenon “Willfully Blind”.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Looong Video
        LIVE: Trump Campaign Legal Team Holds Press Conference in DC 11/19/20
        (Action starts about 58 minute mark)

        I don’t have a dog in this race, but I did find the allegations and lawsuits interesting.

        I hope a Dark Winter “Civil War” doesn’t result.

        However, on a possible bright note, perhaps these revelations will further discredit and undermine all the media and Big Tech companies which have been censoring and controlling the narrative.

        Sidenote: It was interesting to see those with and without masks. I had to laugh at the mask-wearers who were not social distancing.

        • Libertydan says:

          I heard that the Communist/Democratic Party operatives were paying $25 per Mail-in Ballot. If one of these Operatives were to follow the Mailman and take these Ballots out of the Mail Boxes, they could make a lot of Money, eh!
          Also noteworthy is that this is the first time in history that allowed people to “Register” up to Election Day. In the past, Registration had to take place 30 Days in advance.
          Combine these two things, and the only Honest solution is to toss out the Nov 3, 2020 Election Results. It looks like this will go before the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Media will likely Condemn them for even Hearing the Case.
          How do you Pull the Plug on the Lying, deceiving, devil worshiping, Main Stream Media?
          Is the First Amendment “Freedom of the Press” or “Freedom from the Press”?
          The phys-opt is huge

        • Duck says:

          Hope that its a real fight between the gangsters and not just a big theater show while they crash everything.

    • weilunion says:

      I would tend to agree with Caitlin Johnstone. It is the system, within which the two corporate parties are at war:

      “If I prove right about this, the Biden administration will generate backlash just like that which arose in response to the Obama administration, and that backlash will be more severe than its previous iteration. This is absolutely guaranteed. You can only oppress, neglect and enrage a population so much before the discontent begins to grow.”

      “The white supremacists, xenophobes, ethnonationalists, QAnon cultists and right wing militias are not going anywhere after Biden takes office, and the backlash against his administration and its worst impulses will be inflamed and co-opted by mainstream Republican narrative managers. This will set the stage for something a lot uglier than Trump down the road if it’s successful.”

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Regarding the story of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Chris Krebs getting fired.

    Prior to his getting fired, I happened upon his government website page which still exists, with his video, as I type:
    #Protect2020 Rumor vs. Reality
    “This webpage is for people with questions about the security of their vote and preemptively debunks potential areas for disinformation.”

    I was surprised, because some declared “Rumors” were well publicized accounts of voter fraud. The statements on the website give the impression that the Election Process is more pure and immaculate than the Virgin Mary.

    Reality: Robust safeguards including canvassing and auditing procedures help ensure the accuracy of official election results.
    Rumor: A bad actor could change election results without detection.

    Reality: Voter registration list maintenance and other election integrity measures protect against voting illegally on behalf of deceased individuals.
    Rumor: Votes are being cast on behalf of dead people and these votes are being counted.

  5. Libertydan says:

    Below is a Wikipedia link to the 12th Amendment which will likely decide the 2020 Election:

    If I were some devious World Banker/Control Freak who owned a major stake in the Federal Reserve System and other Central Banks, I would likely want to bring as many unsuspecting Souls under my Spell as possible by deceiving them into Voluntarily becoming “Citizens” of one of my Controlled Corporations acting as “Governments”. Having Bankrupted the “United States of America” in 1933 and replaced it with a Corporation of nearly the name, then used WWII as a means to make my Federal Reserve Notes “The World Reserve Currency”, I would want to maximize the number “Citizens” under my control. By polarizing the masses over a Selection process which they can be deceived into thinking is a fair an honest Election process, record numbers can be brought to voluntarily Register as “Citizens/Subjects” of “The Corporation”.

    Thus we have record numbers of “Registered Voters/Citizens” voting in the 2020 Election (or at least what they perceive as an Election).

    Now let’s say that the Federal Reserve Scam is coming to it’s natural end (The cow has been milked dead), and the Fiat money will soon lose it’s value. Knowing that a new currency will have to replace it, a well educated World Banker would have a plan on what to replace it with, and it would likely be a New World Currency.

    Back to the Selection Process, where as a World Banker, one only cares that they have someone that they can control “Acting” as President. Why not use the Media and Fixed Election Machines to push a New World Order Candidate, while knowing even if the Voter Fraud gets uncovered, and the 12th Amendment kicks in, the polarizing division among the masses will likely bring about such chaos that at some point the masses will be begging for the New World Order, and the World Bankers will be there with their New Cryptocurrency linked to an Inject-able Identification System which puts them in total control.
    I expect that Congress will hold a “Contingent Election” as per the 12th Amendment, and when Trump is Re-elected, The Shit will hit the Fan.

  6. BroAndrew says:

    The new green deal is Hydrogen Gas Stations and the outlaw of fossil fuel combustion engines. How much per gallon for this clean fuel? $10 per gallon? and it goes though the gallon rather fast. Also dangerous hydrogen ‘bomb’ tanks on board! Not a baby on board, a bomb. Why not make the gas from water on demand as you drive and no need for dangerous hydrogen tanks? WELL THEY IS NO $$$$$$ IN WATER AS a free fuel. You do have to buy the water fuel cell called Hydroxy Gas and see what they did to the inventor. I do this work for a living. Hydrogen Garage dot calm id anyone is interested. Thanks two James, great work as always!

  7. padraig says:

    this is a perfect example of journalism done right. chalk one up for the good guys finally explaining what the heck is going on. impeccable research!!!! bravo!!!!!

    …..oh covid take me now

  8. padraig says:

    to be clear.

    -i’m referring to the article hyper-linked.
    -not the james’.
    -i’m being sarcastic.

  9. Mielia says:

    I have heard conflicting stories about the news from Denmark.
    Apart from summit/PJW above who refers to a twitter video as source zerohedge apparently reported in this fashion too.

    Others have said though that the parliament only postponed the law or the new law (possibly there has been another one before, that was similarly detrimental – I don’t know) and there will be renewed debate now but it has not been abolished, sacked or something.
    Sadly one who underlined this point has deleted his post so I can’t track the Danish article he referred to via a translator application.

    In the comments in the summit/PJW article:
    “I’m from Denmark and I really wish this news was true, but I can’t find a source to confirm this. Only news i can find is that the doctors association are against forced vaccines.

    The article is not true, the law is still in effect. I’m not celebrating shit before it’s gone. You dont need the news to lookup the law.

    7. In section 8, the following paragraph is inserted: 2:

    “PCS. 2. When it is necessary to prevent or contain the spread of a generally dangerous disease in this country, the Minister of Health and the Elderly may, in order to reduce the number of other patients in the health care system, lay down rules that compulsory vaccination of specific vaccines must be initiated. risk groups in order to minimize the prevalence of other diseases in the population.”

    As I said above, could also be that he is mixing up the law he links with the law that is reported on.
    I don’t know. Not my mother tongue.

    Just wanna be careful with such news.

    But a good news:
    translated here:
    or search on lockdownsceptics site for Portuguese Appeals Court Deems PCR tests unreliable

    • southamerica says:

      The Denmark ‘win’ is an illusion we shouldn’t necessarily grab for. We fought Poll Tax in Britain – it was withdrawn (yay) and brought back as council tax.
      I protested around the lamp post that held the first surveillance camera in Brighton. After some days they took it down (yay) and some days later they put it back up.
      Anyone point me to an instance where the people have won over a law ptsb decided to invoke? Any time we’ve halted ‘progress’ in the last 100 years?
      Not to be a downer but my research looks grim.

      • mkey says:

        This is 100% correct. These “wins” via “protest” are planted there to give us a feint notion of how we are in “control” and can “influence” this. Why do we grant these people the right to scribble intelligible crap on paper and thrust their ravings down our throats, that is the question.

  10. Martin says:

    Sorry, this comment has nothing to do with this video. I was driving out of our local town and there was a newly built building that has stone-like features that fit into the other buildings around. Up until recently I would have not have questioned the notion that new buildings should ‘fit-in’ with the old. After all we have heritage. I love old stuff.

    However, for some reason, which I think is related to what is happening in the world at the moment, I saw the building and that “why are they making new buildings look like old buildings” I mean why would they do that?

    I realised that I see things now differently or at least I am starting to be brainwashed to see things differently.

    It was quite odd. You see maybe the effects of this come in ways you don’t expect.

  11. gauntlet33 says:

    I’m so saddened and depressed right now. I just had a major argument with someone on my floor. I argued that either masks work or they don’t and that them wearing a mask means that I don’t have to if they actually work, but they can’t see the logic in that.

    Anyway, while I was uplifted by the Thick Red Line video, I’m so saddened that people who use logic in general in their daily lives, but can’t see the truth when it comes to this scam. Also, I mentioned that I saw HUNDREDS of humvee military trucks (here in Los Angeles at the Lake Balboa park of the San Fernando Valley and we took pics) where they hadn’t been just 3 months ago. Again, no one cares. I’ll venture to say that half of Americans (meaning 150 million Americans) will willingly and happily go to the quarantine / detainment / concentration camps when the govt says it’s time because of a new outbreak. Another large percentage will go bedgrudgingly and I imagine that less than 1% will actually fight back with guns.

    I fear the end is getting very near.

    • mkey says:

      Historically, you are to expect that about 3% will be ready to fight while being more or less supported by a third, having the remainder of the population either ambivalent or openly against their action.

      Regarding discussions you venture into with others, I’ll advise you to strike at the root of the tree of evil. Masks are not it. Masks are a red herring, it’s a badge of honor, it’s virtue signalling.

      Mind you, it’s not that I expect you will have any more luck in these exchanges if you keep the eye on the ball, but at least you’ll be on the right side of the issue and if you do manage to score some points it will be worthwhile.

      Regarding mask wearing, an anecdote I was reading from another commenters these days: if someone berates you over wearing a mask, you smile and say “I have PTDS and wearing masks makes me really aggressive”. Probably works best if you are 7 foot tall and have a 5 inch beard.

      • gauntlet33 says:

        Yeah, I think I previously read that during the American Revolutionary War against the British Empire, approx. 1/3 were Loyalists, 1/3 were ambivalent, and 1/3 fought or supported the fight against the British. I think the rebels will be in much smaller numbers this time due to all the brainwashing they were able to achieve. 3% may be right, but that means America and the rest of the world loses.

        I decided some time ago that it’s useless for me to argue with others about the masks and the globalists’ ultimate agendas. It only leads to argument. People don’t care about facts. They have to come to their conclusions on their own and anyone who fights the narrative that they already have in their heads put them in the defensive about supporting that position.

        I recently went to a local Habit Burger joint and a crazed customer told another customer to cover his nose. The customer covered but sternly told him to mind his own business and the argument escalated from there. They almost got into a brawl, but the loco just followed the other out the door and they parted ways.

        Now I see why Hollywood produced the “Planet of the Apes” movies. They knew way back then that the masses are easily fooled into submission.

        • cu.h.j says:

          You never know though without talking to people where they stand and what they know. But I see where you are coming from. I work with the general public and on the whole, people can be pretty ignorant.

          The masks are really gross though breathing through an old piece of cloth or paper all day isn’t the most healthy thing to do from a common-sense perspective. I see people in their car with a mask on and they are by themself. Unless someone is very sick and coughing putting on a mask does nothing useful. These basic things seem so obvious, like washing one’s hands after using the bathroom.

          I don’t know what to do with this breakdown of common sense. Children have more common sense nowadays than grown adults.

      • Duck says:

        “…Historically, you are to expect that about 3% will be ready to fight while being more or less supported by a third, having the remainder of the population either a…”

        True the guerilla is the “fish swiming in the sea of peasants” to mangle the quote but how much resistance can you expect in a city when you can cut off the water?
        Back before they put the new water main in New York no one dared mess with the main control wheel on the old one in case it broke and the city went without water.
        The TOTAL inability to exist in a big city without services makes “draining the sea” very easy there…FAR easier then the Germans in Russia or the US in Vietnam had it. More like Cambodia.
        Thats why technocrats want everyone IN big cities.
        If you think of it as pest control rather then war it looks quite different from the American Revolution.

    • Duck says:

      “…here in Los Angeles ..” THIS might be the reason you feel

      “…I fear the end is getting very near…”

      While it could get bad anywhere your kinda ALREADY in the neo-feudal dystopia. You should be looking at some escape route if its at all possible

  12. HomeRemedySupply says:

    NEWS Nov 18, 2020 – Edmonton, Alberta Canada

    (A 5 minute, must listen video embedded)
    Cambridge virologist: Lockdowns and masks are ‘greatest hoax ever’

    After listing his credentials, a Cambridge University-trained virologist spoke in a public forum against the extension of a mask mandate in one of Canada’s largest cities, calling comprehensive lockdowns, masks and other mitigation efforts against the coronavirus “utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians.”

    “It’s outrageous. This is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting population,” said Dr. Roger Hodkinson, the CEO of Western Medical Assessments.

    He was speaking via telephone during an Edmonton City Council Community and Public Services Committee meeting last Friday regarding the Alberta city’s move to extend its face-covering bylaw.

    Hodkinson began with a summary of his credentials to ensure he not be regarded as a “quack.”
    He said he is a medical specialist in pathology, which includes virology, who trained at Cambridge University in England. A Royal College certified pathologist in Canada, he is the former chairman of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons committee in Ottawa. Hodkinson served as CEO of a large private medical laboratory in Edmonton, Alberta, and now runs MutantDx, a molecular diagnostics company in North Carolina that provides COVID-19 tests.

    Hodkinson warned that what he was about to say was “lay language and blunt” and “counter-narrative.”
    “There is absolutely nothing that can be done to contain this virus other than protecting older, more vulnerable people,” he said.

    “It should be thought of as nothing other than a bad flu season,” said Hodkinson. “This is not ebola. It’s not SARS.”
    The reaction to the coronavirus is “politics playing medicine, and that’s a very dangerous game.”

    “There is no action of any kind needed other than what happened last year when we got unwell,” he said. “We stayed home, we took chicken noodle soup, we didn’t visit granny, and we decided when we would return to work. We didn’t need anyone to tell us.”

    …Hodkinson said masks “are utterly useless.”
    “There is no evidence base for their effectiveness, whatsoever,” he said. “Paper masks and fabric masks are simply virtue signaling.”

    “It’s utterly ridiculous, seeing these uneducated people — I’m not saying that in a pejorative sense — seeing these walking around like lemmings obeying with any knowledge base to put the mask on their face,” he said.

    He said “social distancing” is also useless because COVID-19 spread by aerosol, which travels some 30 yards before landing….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Here is the 5 minute Bitchute rendition of the audio…

      Listen to Dr Roger Hodkinson lay out some much needed rational sanity

    • padraig says:

      ha! was all geared up to post the article. well done. can we get confirmation on the speaker Dr. Roger Hodkinson? perhaps mr corbett can interview this guy.

    • mkey says:

      This guy is poisoning the well, he’s trying to trip people up.

      Aerosolized transmission? How does he know, how does anyone know what modality does this thing nobody has proven to exist use for transmission. For all we know, it could be using sleds ho-ho-ho. This is the crux of the matter and we need to expose it, lest this whole fiasco/ordeal/crime against humanity happens again.

  13. mkey says:

    Oh, I forgot about those CDs. Good times, back then people didn’t seem to fall so easily for 100% blatant propaganda.

  14. gauntlet33 says:

    Hey y’all,

    I feel a bit better after venting and being reminded that the Danish protests stopped the stricter lockdown measures from going forward in Denmark.

    On a side note, I told a like-minded friend, “I have good news and bad news. I just found out that I have gonorrhea, syphillis, chronic diabetes, and HIV. The good news is that I have never had any symptoms and feel great.” (Note: only re-tell this joke to those who don’t just swallow whole the MSM’s narrative on COVID.)

  15. paul823 says:

    Also coming next: Cyber-Covaids!

    I know the two Jims have been pointing this out for a few years now and it looks like the globalists are ramping things up with ‘training scenarios’ and everything that they usually do before launching an operation.

    • gauntlet33 says:

      Yes, my guess is a few things:

      1. Electrical power grid will go down and they’ll blame the Chinese govt for hacking. A literal “Dark Winter” that they’ve been predicting as most homes will be left without lights and heat during the coldest months.

      2. Bank accounts will be hacked and zeroed, and they’ll again blame the Chinese govt for hacking.

      3. They’ll unleash another stronger virus…I think they’ll bring back smallpox, bubonic plague, and/or brucellosis.

      1. Have a generator ready to plug into your fridge to keep food from spoiling. It won’t keep you warm, but if a homeless person can survive in a cardboard box on the sidewalk, then you can survive with a few extra blankets in bed.
      2. Withdraw cash to keep under your mattress or safe place.
      3. Check for symptoms and immediately call your doctor to prescribe the appropriate vaccine.

  16. mkey says:

    COVID-19: Anti-lockdown militias on streets of Michigan as virus surges across US

    And they’re joined by other vocal groups who resist being told what to do by lawmakers in the name of freedom and liberty.

    “You’ve been told ‘no’ by the people, you’ve been told ‘no’ by the Supreme Court and you’re still continuing to do this, people aren’t gonna stand for that,” says Zakkari Clark addressing the Michigan governor directly.

    He’s a member of the so-called Boogaloo Bois, a self-styled, anti-government militia.

    A small number of them gathered outside the state capital today, their faces covered and heavily armed with assault rifles.

    “Right now, we’re the rational people. If you keep pushing out you’re gonna get irrational people.”

    This isn’t a big group but their presence speaks of palpable tension and distrust.

    “We’re gonna do everything in our power to try the peaceful route, you know, civil disobedience and stuff like that,” says Nomad, another heavily armed Boogaloo Boi. “But when it comes to our livelihoods and our rights that we are born with as humans, we’re not going to budge.”

    Would he use violence? “If my life was threatened. Or my rights.”

    No matter where they are, the imposition of measures to protect lives often means a threat to livelihoods.

  17. frankwd says:

    James E. said President elect Joe Biden. I guess he has fallen for the Propaganda as well. Biden is NOT President elect. The MSM does NOT choose the President. Massive voter fraud was found. It will go to the courts. I think they are going to decide for Trump in the courts and then watch out…real civil unrest unleashed.

  18. Steve Smith says:

    I suppose that large public protests are an effective way to fight against the encroachment of tyranny but showing up at a local grocery store with a sizable group of unmuzzled friends will make a statement and put food in the cupboards.
    I learned about a new (to me at least) tactic of the Australian police called “kettling”. Where they surround groups of people, whether protesters, bystanders or journalists and force them to remain standing there for hours in sweltering heat. A sort of punishment I suppose.
    And besides the police reactions, you might have to contend with violent morons looking for any excuse to ignite a melee.
    It seems to me that a more effective way to stand up for our natural rights and to make it clear that there is formidable opposition to the agenda that is being forced on us is to figure out ways to subvert their tactics by our own.
    With the influence and reach of the many freedom-minded personalities that we all are familiar with. From the James to the Mises crowd and many others besides could be reached and clever people could create ways for people who lived in proximity to others could coordinate.
    There are probably eye doctors who would be willing to see a patient who refuses to wear a mask. But how could one locate them?
    Things are becoming dire. I think we need to do things that are effective in our lives. Locally. I just learned today that the county I live in still has a mask mandate even though the Governor of the state has eliminated them.
    Just some thoughts that I am not going to bother proofreading. Sorry.
    And if anyone knows about any good herbs that might help with a “Weiss Ring Floater”. Please let me know.

    • pearl says:

      Hi Steve. Back in June I think it was, Derek Broze posted his realtime experience at a Houston protest where the police corralled (aka kettled) a sizable group, him included. Then, they did this frightening maneuver of forming a sort of column of police bodies which suddenly and swiftly projected themselves into the group to absorb a single, unsuspecting person and rush them out to load them into a police vehicle. They did this repeatedly causing great alarm from within the group. I found the post over at Conscious Resistance, but the youtube video of course won’t load. I don’t know if he uploaded the scene on another platform – couldn’t find it at Bitchute. It was very disturbing.

      Regarding that floater, I’ll bet HRS has a few leads. I sure hope you’re able to get some relief there.

      • mkey says:

        Broze’s youtube channel was deleted completely. I hope he created some backups of these videos because much of that live videos was streamed directly to yotubue.

        This is the related video, but not exactly the one you are referring to.

      • Steve Smith says:

        Pearl, I must have missed it when Derrick talked about kettling. I just saw a clip on the end of a Max Iran video a few days ago about it and was disgusted but not surprised.
        I just don’t know that it makes a lot of sense to congregate in massive groups of people. Most all of whom are complete strangers and all of whom are under the close watch of a bunch of hyped up, armed order followers. All for the purpose of making it clear to the people who presume to rule that the people don’t approve of the way they are being ruled.
        Too much risk and not enough payoff.
        I just think it makes more sense to figure out ways to refuse to go along with the rules without putting yourself at unprofitable risk.
        To do that alone is difficult. I am not afraid of confrontation but I still have modified my behavior because of this nonsense. I shop when I need to but not nearly as much as I used to. I certainly never go out to eat. But as the Governor of California has demonstrated, as long as you have a group of twelve or more. Well screw the mask mandates! Well maybe not. But I think it would be funny to watch a restaurant or grocery store or theater deal with a group of ten, twenty or more people all flaunting the rules and willing to spend money.

        I have too many lives depending on me being home every day. Even taking planned vacations is hard these days. But thats just how I like it. I love my chores and daily routines. Without them I could imagine that I would want to go into the streets and scream. But nowadays I understand that there can be great contentment found in the simple things of life.
        Besides, I bet they soon force everyone they arrest in demonstrations to be vaccinated. Either willingly or not. But then I have a wild imagination.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I don’t know of any tried and true alternative treatment on handling floaters, but I have never really delved into the subject.

      However, one time I briefly went ‘blind’ from floaters.

      This was around early 1986 when I was doing women’s fashion sales in different cities around the country. At the time, I was dating this hot brunette, a Jaimie Alexander type, in Dallas, who I later married.
      But she was in Dallas, and my crew and I were setting up for a two week sale in Tennessee at the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel and complex. I called to ask her if she would fly out to see me. She was game and would be there for the weekend plus a day or two.

      I had not taken out my contact lenses in over a month, always sleeping in them and not washing them. So, in anticipation of her coming, I took them out, washed them, and let my eyes rest without them overnight. The next morning, I could barely see. The floaters were coming up. I couldn’t function. Fortunately, my crew took care of things, and even made arrangements to retrieve my girlfriend from the airport.

      My temporary blindness handicapped aspects of her visit, but was a nice justification to stay in the hotel room. By the time she went back to Dallas, I had completely regained my vision. The floaters dissipated rather quickly. We had a romantic time of it all, going up the trolley on Lookout Mountain and visiting the sites.

      A funny incident: When she was at the Dallas-Ft Worth airport ready to fly out, security checked her purse. They pulled out a pair of metal handcuffs. My girlfriend blushed. They told her that she couldn’t take them on the plane, but she could get them on her return. She never did retrieve them. (These were the novelty type, which had a key, but really didn’t need a key to unlock.)

  19. scpat says:

    Meta-analysis on facemask use in community settings to prevent respiratory infection transmission shows no effect
    Science Direct – November 17, 2020


    From the ten RCTs included in Chaabna et al. ‘s study, five compared facemasks use alone versus a control group, while three studies compared medical facemasks use alone with the combined intervention of face mask and handwashing (Aiello et al., 2012, Aiello et al., 2010, Cowling et al., 2009, Simmerman et al., 2011, Suess et al., 2012). As observed in Figure 1, there were no significant differences between medical facemasks use only and controls in the odds of developing laboratory-confirmed influenza and influenza-like illness. Similarly, no differences in laboratory-confirmed influenza risk were observed when comparing mask use solely versus combined intervention of face mask and handwashing, indicating that facemask as solely intervention in community is not associated with reducing respiratory infection.

    …the systematic review and meta-analysis of Saunders-Hastings et al. observed a significant protective effect of regular hand hygiene regarding 2009 pandemic influenza transmission risk (OR = 0.62; 95% CI 0.52–0.73; I2 = 0%), finding no benefit with facemask use (OR = 0.53; 95% CI 0.16–1.71; I2 = 48%) (Saunders-Hastings et al., 2017).

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett interviewed by Del Bigtree on The Highwire
    The interview starts around the 110 minute mark. There are a few minutes prior where Del Bigtree talks about The Great Reset as a lead-in to James Corbett. The lead-in starts at about 101 minutes.

    This is The Highwire with Del Bigtree which was published Thursday November 19th, 2020.

    The link above is for the 2 hour show of Nov 19th. The 2 hour show will eventually drop into a queue of videos below on the webpage.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Bitchute Link

      WHAT IS THE GREAT RESET? – The Highwire with Del Bigtree
      (45 minutes)


      HighWire goes to a place we’ve never gone before. Is there something more behind the global coronavirus response? Why are so many leaders using the same language when talking about the future of their countries and the world? What is the Great Reset?
      Journalist James Corbett joins Del to separate facts from fiction.

      #TheGreatReset #CorbetReport #The4thIndustrialRevolution #BuildBackBetter ?

  21. MagicBullet says:

    James, for “fun” I called the Chiba Prefecture Epidemiology Research center and ask how many cycles they use to confirm if positive for Covid and they said 45 times. That’s a big enchilada of 32-trillion times sample amplification-and most anyone can be positive I guess.

    Taiwan for example is said to be at 35 times. Great, so we can compare fake apples to fake oranges. Around here people are pretty scared and wear masks on deserted streets, no worries though, only 1,900 deaths out of 126 mil people. Good going Japan!

    Here’s an associate link (in Japanese)

    • mkey says:

      People may have a hard time visualizing what 2^45 means, the sheer girth of that number. 2^10 is a bit over a thousand, but lets make it an even thousand. That would mean 2^45 is a thousand thousand millions. Times 32. And a bit more than that.

      It is estimated that a total of 107 thousand million people have deceased in all of history. That would be about 300 times less than the above number.

      Lets say we amplify a single hair by duplicating it 45 times. An average hair is about one tenth of a millimeter in diameter. Or about 4 thousands of an inch. If we duplicate that by doubling the diameter of the hair 45 times, we would get a “hair” of a diameter totaling a bit more than 3,5 million kilometers. Or almost 2.2 million miles.

      The average distance between the Moon and the Earth is about 0.38 million kilometers, that is more than 9 times less.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        mkey says:
        Lets say we amplify a single hair by duplicating it 45 times. An average hair is about one tenth of a millimeter in diameter. Or about 4 thousands of an inch.
        If we duplicate that by doubling the diameter of the hair 45 times, we would get a “hair” of a diameter totaling a bit more than 3,5 million kilometers. Or almost 2.2 million miles.

        That really paints a picture about the testing.
        There is no telling what a person would find across 2 million miles.
        A skin mite’s poop would destroy the universe.

  22. weilunion says:

    Very good, James and correct.

    This is capitalism. These billionaires know, due to their wealth and influence, just how to make money within the transnational global swindle.

    And they know the ‘owners of capital’ who like them seek only a return on ,investment, be it emotional, spiritual or economic.

    It is the wretched system of profit first that reduces everything to a transactional relationship, that is the problem.

    As the gaggle of billionaires grow and inequality soars, we can only expect more of the same.

    It is called the class struggle.

    • Duck says:

      “..It is the wretched system of profit first that reduces everything to a transactional relationship, that is the problem. ..”

      No, it is the lack of HIGHER values… there is nothing wrong with transactional relationships, every human relationship is in some way transactional in some way and that is FINE- its why we don’t wander around alone like Orangutans or bears do.

      The thing that went wrong is when people allowed bankers and usurers to turn money or material possessions into the ONLY transaction that matters. That is why Marxists and Capitalists BOTH saw a future where women worked in factories rather then for their own families and children.

      Think why Capitalists have funded Socialism from the Fabians, to the Bolsheviks, to Apple and Google today…they fundamentally see the world in the same way and reach similar end points.

      The materialist world view can only value material things and cannot value things it cant measure…the class struggle IS important, but only becomes THE most important thing in the absence of personal and civic virtue

      • cu.h.j says:

        Excellent points about morality. I also view people as having agency to make choices about how they conduct themselves rather than blaming a system.

        Personally, I would prefer a free market where no one is “too big to fail.”

        I’m a woman who preferred to work rather than raise children. I do love animals though and am very maternal towards them. I am also kind to the patients I take care of working as a nurse in a hospital. I don’t think women should be forced to work in factories or have children and raise families if they aren’t inclined. I don’t think you were suggesting that but just wanted to point out that some women don’t want children.

  23. southamerica says:

    Plans are afoot to make pot legal here in Mexico by Xmas.
    If it happens I guess Trump can say he won the war on drugs too.

    • Duck says:

      Not that I care what people do but most of the heavy users I’ve known have been useless slobs. As someone who has a tendency towards drinking too much I cant say easy availability of my substance of choice would be good for me.
      I guess its a better Soma then Vodka for the unhappy masses, in that they can grow it themselves and not get lead poisoning off a bad still

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        The last time I smoked pot was 1976. I agree. There are some carry-over effects from too much THC that probably are not optimum for the individual.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I agree with this, some people have negative side effects from too much THC.

          I find that weed and other psychedelics are good when used infrequently. This is what works best for me at any rate.

          Comparatively though, I think alcohol and tobacco are probably more harmful than weed.

          • Duck says:


            Possibly people get more aggressive when drunk, but as a former cigarette chain smoker I’m pretty sure my lungs are still yellow from sucking that stuff in…. mnnn… still miss it

            Tobacco is a dirty weed,
            I like it.
            It satisfies no normal need,
            I like it.
            It makes you thin, it makes you lean,
            It takes the hair right off your bean.
            It’s the worst darn stuff I’ve ever seen.
            I like it.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Yea, I smoke. Been smoking more or less a pack per day for 50 years.
              I roll my own, and try to use chemical free, fertilizer free tobacco.
              I often roll (load tubes in a hand crank tobacco injector) while watching a video.
              I make sure that I have clean hands and no chemical or metal residue on the hands when picking up my tobacco.

              Like mkey brings up, the chemicals added to tobacco and paper are troublesome…and could be the worst culprit.
              Going by my old memory…Years back, they did a study of police officers who smoked. They had higher lead levels in their blood. It was from loading lead bullets and smoking at the range.

              While I don’t suggest the tobacco habit to anyone, I do feel like there is some information about the topic that gets buried. It may not be the complete demon that it is made out to be.

              Also, to “wash out some aspects of tobacco”, I’ve noticed that lots of leafy greens and parsley/cilantro/lemon can help.

              • Steve Smith says:

                I tried growing tobacco back when I was going through my pipe phase. It grew well and I dried it thoroughly but never got the hang of the curing process that makes it burnable. The stuff I grew would give you a puff if you had a torch on it but would go out immediately.

                I have since given up tobacco except when offered a free cigar by a friend.
                These days the cigarette smoke that I smell really irritates me. It doesn’t smell like tobacco. A good waft of a nice pipe or cigar is pleasant though.

                Thanks for the reply to my previous post. That was a great read.
                The great news is that the blob, as I have been referring to it has migrated and or started to break up. This morning I found I was able to read with my left eye again. There is still lots of stuff floating in the periphery but what a relief.
                From what I understand, the floaters are made of protein and can be reabsorbed by the body. I am thinking that I need to detox my lymph system. What do you recommend for that? Have you heard of Robert Morse. He is a Naturopath here in Florida. His company sells a lot of tinctures and stuff for detoxification but I haven’t tried any yet.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Something simple for a basic detox.
                Get some peeled lemons, some organic parsley and cilantro (if you can get it) and any leafy greens.
                Throw it in a blender with some magnesium (preferably magnesium carbonate/citric acid powder like the product “Calm”). But most forms of magnesium will suffice. Magnesium is important for over 100 functions, including detox.
                The acidic context of the lemons will help minerals to become ionic and absorb. So, if you have any minerals on hand , throw ’em in the blender. Lemons also have that cleansing aspect, along with other properties.
                Parsley is great for the kidneys and will help you pee out stuff. Cilantro seems to pick up heavy metals.
                After you give the blender a first spin-mix, you can throw other stuff in there also. Once finished with the blend, drink it down.
                I feel pretty good the next day after doing this. I have had people pass drug tests after doing this.

                MERCOLA.COM might have some articles on eyes, or even floaters. Of course Beta-carotene and Lutein are important, which I take. Healthy oils are probably important. Bilberry really does help with night vision, and the pilots ate Bilberry pie in WW2.

                NAC N-AcetlyCysteine as a supplement really helps with detox, but also it is a component for the best antioxidant which the body makes, glutathione. Glutathione might really aid in the floater scenario. I would take a gram or two of that daily, at least.
                I have read some cool things about it recently with its use in hospitals to treat Covid…mega-doses of NAC as an IV. Mercola also has info on it. My Anecdote on NAC –
                Steve, I’m so glad the blob cleared up. I bet it was a very big relief! Thank goodness!
                Robert Morse doesn’t ring a bell.

        • mkey says:

          I don’t smoke personally, but I think the ill effects of chemicals added to the mix should not be dismissed. Same goes for all “drugs”.

  24. scpat says:

    Evidence against the claim that hospitals are overwhelmed/overrun due to Covid-19 patients.

    Fact Check: Is Montana’s Hospital Capacity Really Being Overwhelmed By COVID-19? – Montana Daily Gazette – October 6, 2020

    With more than 3,381 hospital beds including 165 ICU beds and nearly 500 unused ventilators, it would be next to impossible for Montana’s healthcare infrastructure to be overwhelmed by 4,983 active cases when the hosptialization rate is only .17%.

    • mkey says:

      Oh scpat, you tried to hide this gem from us, didn’t you… after all these years… tsk tsk

      Secret Emails Show Montana Health Official Threatening to Quit Because She Can’t Have Unlimited Powe

      Heather Josephs and her husband, Russ Huck, decided to post a message on their business’ Facebook page alerting the public that Huck would not be wearing a mask at his place of business, a small engine repair shop. However, Huck explained that he worked alone and if people didn’t want to venture into the building due to COVID-19 concerns they could leave their machinery outside and mail him a payment later. Soon, Meagan Spry saw the Facebook post and considered it a personal offense to her unregulated power. That’s when the trouble began.

      Spry, the registered sanitarian in Lewistown, contacted Huck via voicemail and left threatening messages and promised she had the power to shut down his business. With much wisdom, Huck and Josephs contacted their local sheriff who explained that Spry is not “law enforcement” as she claimed. A complaint was filed that Spry was impersonating a police officer and stepping while outside the bounds of her authority.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Expose Mask Nazis

      • scpat says:

        Nice find, mkey.

        My favorite part is when she is pouting like a child because she can’t strong-arm average citizens.

        In frustration, Spry writes, “The problem we are facing is that our Sheriff will NOT assist with anything COVID related, and our CA is well aware, so we can’t issue a Cease and Desist and I can’t do a standard inspection because I’ve been told by the business owner to “watch my back.”

        • mkey says:

          I’m sure for this … registered sanitarian would be more than acceptable if the shop proprietor denied entry to any non mask wearing individuals because it’s the “law”. Practice what you preach … registered sanitarian.

  25. mkey says:

    Microsoft Patents New Cryptocurrency System Using Body Activity Data

    Microsoft Technology Licensing, the licensing arm of Microsoft Corp., has been granted an international patent for a “cryptocurrency system using body activity data.”

    “Human body activity associated with a task provided to a user may be used in a mining process of a cryptocurrency system,” the patent reads, adding as an example:

    A brain wave or body heat emitted from the user when the user performs the task provided by an information or service provider, such as viewing advertisement or using certain internet services, can be used in the mining process.

    There we go.

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