Interview 1610 - New World Next Year 2021

12/17/2020159 Comments

Welcome 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 year:

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Media Monarchy’s 2020 Story: The Maskerade Is Weaponized By the Scamdemic

Guardian Story Photo Reminds Us Gitmo Prisoners Forced to Wear Masks

Guantánamo Bay: 14 Years of Injustice (Jun. 5, 2013) // Fighting “Terrorism” With Torture (Apr. 12, 2003)

Scamdemic Lockdowns Just the Latest Use of Time-Tested Psych Warfare Techniques, From the Cold War to the War Of Terror

Corbett Report’s 2020 Story: The End of the Internet (as we've known it)

The Library of Alexandria is on Fire

Media Monarchy’s Trend Prediction for 2021: Scamdemic Paves the Way for Smart Gridification

Techsperts Propose Driverless Highway

The "Possible Problems" with #V2X, Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication

#FCC Opens up the 5.9 GHz Band for #WiFi and #Automotive Applications

SKYA21043 is a highly-integrated, 5 GHz FEM for high-power automotive #V2V and #V2X applications.

Coronavirus Pandemic Paving the Way for Drone Delivery Services

Welcome to Your Driverless Future!

Corbett Report’s Trend Prediction for 2021: The People’s Reset

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  1. hugo.c says:

    Anti-social distancing: “hanging out”

    • spider says:

      Every time we meet another person we hug and kiss. This was done routinely in Uruguay and Argentina. Social distancing is affecting their culture. Even the ritual of sharing maté has been affected.

      • gauntlet33 says:

        Very true. My father is from Argentina and I would say that before COVID, ALL people you would just meet that moment you would hug and kiss on the cheek as a sign of immediate friendship. Sad that that warm culture is being rotted away.

        • scpat says:

          I don’t know where I saw this, whether it was Recommeneded Reading or somewhere else, but this is a great article talking about the very real consequences of destroying human intimacy and the ability to gather closely in groups. The videos of the Sufi sect dancing the dhikr and music festival rave dancing really hit the point home.

          Lockdowns Destroy What Makes Us Human

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            I’m getting another beer…
            …that Sufi sect dancing the dhikr wore me out just watching (32 minutes…rinse, repeat, rinse, repeat).
            That was an incredible, very close contact workout. The lymph system loves that.

            Зикар Атаги 1

            Good article. Thanks for the post scpat.

            • scpat says:

              Yeah pretty intense! You would just be able to lose yourself and become one with the rhythm and the dance. I would love to learn something like that.

            • nexangelus says:

              Wow, the energy in that room, it gave me goosebumps!

              I spoke to a friend a couple of weeks back at my local community gathering/hub (the gym) and he told me the Muslim community in Bristol and the UK in general are not down with the media lies…I was going to ask him about this earlier…since 9/11 a swathe of folks have huge distrust of the media and the government. I have a feeling these communities will still thrive in not so public ways, extended families, etc…the shutting of religious venues (although I am non religious, the sense of community they provide many people has been lost) has affected a lot of people in my city. Although some have been “rebellious” and kept the community halls open in some neighbourhoods.

              • AB says:

                Completely agree. The muslim community know the score. Way ahead of the rest of us zombies!

            • cush350 says:

              The dancing reminds me of a beehive mentality. And there’s something scary about it. Power and control. It’s no wonder the elite are rushing to manage the threat.

            • mkey says:

              I advise listening to this with headphones on. I can only imagine how invigorating this would be experienced live.

          • suzt says:

            Here’s another big picture view of Western Civilization’s swings between the material (scientific) and spiritual world AND the rare times these were integrated. (the rare times these were integrated are also my favorite periods of art in the Western World).

            Sorokin was head of Harvard’s sociology department in the 1940’s and warned about the devastating impact of 500 years of scientific (he calls Sensate) thought and the disconnection from our spiritual side.


        • weilunion says:

          Throughout Latin America as well as in Italy and Greece, greetings are given by a hug or kiss on the cheek. Men and women.

          Now, as they say, it is cod a codo, or elbow to elbow is how greetings are done.

          Erase the historical record and of course you erase historical memory. And that is the point for the future is the past and if the past can be managed, then the future has been managed.

          And of course Covid means no physical organizing or one faces arrest.

          And it is the fear of the troubled masses, the peons of history,that scares the beejesus out of the ruling class.

          It is harder now than ever to organize resistance.

          So this is the big question: How can we overthrow the technocratic fascists?

          • weilunion says:

            By the way, you can Rent A Life and, as part of the package, rent a dog.

            Yep, or yelp:

            “Last Summer, I read an article about Flex Pet, a rent-a-dog service for busy professionals. At the time, I was conflicted about whether this was a good idea or not.

            On the other hand, dogs are not commodities, and do best when they have a life of predictability and routine. They also bond to their “alpha” and strive to be with them as a member of the pack. For the renter, they get only restricted view of life with a dog, which can cause significant misunderstanding, maybe even worse than not having had a dog at all.”


            Right, and of course everything is reduced to a commodity under the capitalist economic system. Rent a Dog, rent a wife, rent a house, etc. The means of production and ownership in the hands of a few elite psychopaths gives us the rentier society.

            Everyone and everything is reduced to a commodity for exchange value.

            And remember: the article sited was from 2007!!!

            Glad to hear you are moving towards more engagement with different solutions.

            Without an organized, intelligent mass of people, these parasites will win!

        • suzt says:

          The same is true in the bigger cities, like where I am now living in Oaxaca Mexico. And I hear the same from my friends in Ecuador.

          The big exception is when I go on daytrips to the villages and pueblas outside the city. The ones that chose not to lock down continue to eat together in the mercado foodcourts, no masks, with hugs and handshakes.

          I hang with Oaxacans who say “we are not children. we don’t need the gov’t to tell us how to live” so thank goodness I get hugged and touched a lot.

          But I experience heart breaks daily walking in the city where no one says Buenos días anymore, they cross the street to avoid me as I don’t wear the mask of shame, and it’s like the joy of life has been sucked out of the culture here.

    • katiyi says:

      I like “social intimacy” . It conveys a sense of the depth necessary to real human relationships. And the image it elicits is so perfectly in opposition to the horrible “social distancing”.

  2. lchud says:

    This is definitely a battle over the physical world, but so much of the outcomes in the physical world are determined through on-goings in the meta-physical world.

    The battle is for the minds of the masses and too many are born not ever standing a chance to the master-level manipulation that takes place. My biggest frustrations with the way things are happening is not because these goons are pushing the agenda, it is the fact that so many willfully indoctrinate themselves and thus become an extension of “the borg”. Just look at how difficult it is to get someone’s mind opened to other possibilities only to see all the effort in doing so seemingly deleted when the next wave of propaganda washes over this same person who a couple weeks earlier was open to listening to you.

    Humans need to be taught how to occupy their own minds again. There are actually practices and techniques to this with no dogma involved. I am dropping this comment here to hopefully begin conversation around the topic. Perhaps others feels the same way.

    • Libertydan says:

      Indeed, people need to turn off the TV. Get some quite time and exercise. I would say; ditch the Smart Phone as well.
      There are people that sleep with a Smart Phone under their Pillow. No wonder they are brain dead!

    • suzt says:

      Ichud… I agree and would suggest each of us needs to “be the change”. This is one of the reasons I limit the amount of time I read or focus on The Great Reset. I realized a couple months ago I was living in fear of losing my freedom and access to art.

      What’s the difference between my living in fear of technocracy and those who live in fear of a virus?

      Also I don’t want to be a fearmonger to myself or others.

      So to offer practices, I take Buddhist instruction which teaches me NOT to hang out in my Monkey Brain but learn how my mind works and learn to discipline it so I can cultivate generosity, compassion, loving kindness deep within myself. (this includes balancing my reading here and filling my mind with joy listening to Baroque music or walking in the sun and relishing the beauty of our wall murals and hot colored houses.)

      Another practice: I don’t shop in Corporate Grocery Stores. In the USA I belonged to a CSA where I stayed connected to the soil and mother nature. Living in Latin America I have the joy to shop in the mercados which is a true spiritual awakening each time I go shopping. The array of colors and the smells of fresh fruit always remind me of the great bounty we receive from La Pachama.

      Another practice is quiet forms of yoga and Ayurveda.

      One of the most important for me is to do my gratitudes at least once a day and often more times.

      • lchud says:

        suzt… I appreciate your perspective. I have gained a lot of personal agency though Daoist and Buddhist practices… So much of it centering about the embodiment and development of the breath. It really is a gateway beyond emotional agitation.

        Of course, learning to feel the intense emotions and not falling victim to “monkey mind” is (i.m.h.o) one of the truer benefits of practice.

        Ironic that breathing is the main thing masks affect.

        • suzt says:

          Ichud et al

          I’m so tired of focusing on “them” be it the Globalists or the Covid Cult or whomever else. There’s a point at which I decided I get the big picture (that doesn’t mean I know it all) and I don’t have to repeat it or marinate my mind in it daily. It’s too ugly and evil. I’m just poisoning my own environment and cultivating fear and at times I’ve been terrified.

          So my hunch is we each need to take back our power and focus on ourselves, our spiritual fitness and how we might make someone else’s day a bit lighter or even better.

          On a more practical note, I so appreciate James and our community here, because this helps me with my current actions to de-centralize and form a backup plan that is realistic.

          Maintaining a balance is really a challenge for me. Marinating in the technocracy is addictive, and my monkey brain loves it when I spend hours reading and digesting more on the evil plan.

          I have a deep hunch that we each need to prepare ourselves for a very rough ride. Our spiritual fitness is part of our power … let’s cultivate it now.

          PS: I just re-watched Woody’s The Sleeper last night. 2 great lines:

          1. Diane Keaton says: “well I do think there is someone who watches over me”
          Woody: ” That’s the government”

          2. Diane Keaton: “Are you religious?”
          Woody: “well sort of. I’m a Deontological Teleologicalist
          Diane: “Do you believe in a God?”
          Woody: “Well we believe there is a divine intelligence that rules the universe with the exception of certain parts of New Jersey”

          Abrazos y besos

        • wylie1 says:

          It is a big problem. The thickness of the skull varies from person to person.

          In the absence of better information, the mind will latch onto whatever is available.

          I mention that and ask them why they intentionally limit themselves to information, cut and limited so they will come to the conclusions those who own the media companies want them to?

          Ask if there is any good evidential reason to trust the govt on anything, when they have been proved to be lying about so many things already? JFK, 911, Iraq, Libya, Waco TX, Bundy Ranch, LaVoy Finicum, Trump, Food Pyramid, GMO round up ready crops, and many others.

          Then ask them why they trust govt with anything at all, especially your health …since they are proven to lie about most everything, it is their job to lie or they wouldn’t have that job.
          — To believe a doctor in govt(or out) doesn’t have conflicts of interest is not doing your homework and the TV isn’t going to tell you those conflicts. You have to get your news and info from INDEPENDENT sources not the corpro-govt-media propaganda networks.

          …and keep suggesting that they have to find INDEPENDENT sources of info like CorbettReport com, NeedToKnow news, sgtreport com, etc.

          They never believe that they are missing anything until they see it. And don’t want to be wrong so don’t look.
          You can simply say:
          Let go take a look at Censored news or sgtreport com and see if there is anything important not covered by the network news. Like all the doctors with evidence against vaccines, masks, lockdowns, etc.

    • weilunion says:

      You are right. Critical thinking is not taught in schools and we are not born with it. We must learn how to question goals, purposes, concepts, conclusions,assumptions,inferences,other points of view, how to verify or falsify evidence, how to analyze information, how distinguish facts from assumptions, how to engage points of view we do not agree with and more and more.

      This is why in the US, the state of Texas ilegalized critical thinking in schools.

      It is subversive thinking from the point of view of the elites. They will not have it.

      We are seeing the book burning of Alexandria but even more, the end of the Age of Reason or the Enlightenment.

      It seems that the digital dark ages that is descending on us and the neo-feudalism that accompanies it is triggering the collapse of sentience itself.

      We are experiencing the weaponization of reason against us.

      • lchud says:

        I agree… How are you working with this realization in your own individual life? (If you wish to share, of course)

        • weilunion says:

          And that is the rub. Not only is our physical organizing being jeopardized, but in the cyber dungeon we are even more visible.

          I m 68 so my journey and subjectivity is intertwined with history,as are all of our lives. We are bound by history.

          I grew up during the Golden Age of American capitalism. Became conscious at 17 when drafted to Vietnam and refused to go.

          Now, if one is young I can say that I am sorry. Sorry we could not see through the end of war, anti-nuclear battles, imperialism and pillage.

          But when you fight for the end of these things for 50 years, actively, as I have, then you knew a long time ago the rot of capitalism would further consolidate wealth,require surveillance to control the masses, war to get them killed in and for minerals. We knew that social democracy and Stalinism would never advance a human agenda.

          But we fought and in our own ways continue to fight.

          We have stood sentry, those of us who really hit the system hard and made a way of life of it, against all odds.

          We can midwife now, but the young must take over. For it is the young that must pay the bill now.

          In Praise of Learning

          Due be well

          • weilunion says:

            Who built Thebes of the 7 gates ?
            In the books you will read the names of kings.
            Did the kings haul up the lumps of rock ?

            And Babylon, many times demolished,
            Who raised it up so many times ?

            In what houses of gold glittering Lima did its builders live ?
            Where, the evening that the Great Wall of China was finished, did the masons go?

            Great Rome is full of triumphal arches.
            Who erected them ?

            Over whom did the Caesars triumph ?
            Had Byzantium, much praised in song, only palaces for its inhabitants ?

            Even in fabled Atlantis, the night that the ocean engulfed it,
            The drowning still cried out for their slaves.

            The young Alexander conquered India.
            Was he alone ?

            Caesar defeated the Gauls.
            Did he not even have a cook with him ?

            Philip of Spain wept when his armada went down.
            Was he the only one to weep ?

            Frederick the 2nd won the 7 Years War.
            Who else won it ?

            Every page a victory.
            Who cooked the feast for the victors ?

            Every 10 years a great man.
            Who paid the bill ?

            So many reports.

            So many questions.


      • Octium says:

        True, bit ironic though that in the video they mentioned that wanting people to question climate change as the reason the republicans wanted to get rid of critical thinking!

    • artemis says:

      Ichud, that is so well put! Can i share this elsewhere….?

  3. manbearpig says:

    uh, uh…social persistancing!! social resistancing?? social insistancing!! Social uh social existencing!!? Social… kiss-tancing!
    social trystancing??

  4. WAYNED says:

    Strangest year… It is definitely more in your face, and definitely the culmination of a lot of things. I think for those of us aware of 9/11 as it happened, and seeing the trends that are now in culmination, that 2001 will very likely forever be the strangest year. Everything that has followed has been like a waking nightmare/dream.

    9/11 was the year we were told first that nothing would ever be the same, and we only yearned for normalcy and uncovering of the truth, which has been disallowed. This year is the year that change has been confirmed. Not to mention, in your face like a fist.

    • lovetodust says:

      This is so true. So sad but true.

    • weilunion says:

      It is not so hard to understand when one examines the history of capitalism. The crisis ridden economic system, barely seven hundred years old, is now in its monopoly stage, big time, and is in ruins.

      The crisis of overproduction and the rise of surplus labor, i.e. expendable human beings replaced by machines, is in full swing.

      Profit before people is the mantra and when the profits are accumulated by large transnational corporations sovereignty, both national and individual, are history.

      Hey, who needs history? If you are in the investor class history is for chumps.

    • Libertydan says:

      A lot of people went missing as a result of the “Patriot Act”. as a result of it, all they had to do was to have someone inside the Government (Deep State) declare you a “Terrorist” and Government Tugs could come and take you out. No Trial, not even a Notification, No Justice!

      Yep, that did “Change Everything”, and of coarse they needed the Events of 9/11/01 as a False Flag in order to be able to totally burn the U.S. Constitution as it did.

      Indeed, as Bush Jr.(Acting as U.S. President) said: “The Constitution is just a piece of paper”, and that my friend, is High Treason. Yet Congress Voted (after an Anthrax scare) to give him unchecked power to Declare War.
      I think it is long past time to “Decentralize”

  5. zyxzevn says:

    Some Solutions for 2021

    1. Journal for Solid Science
    Beat corrupt science and fake science with good and open science
    No logical fallacies allowed!

    2. Community of food, goods and services
    Get people together in a supporting way.
    Help each other with basic needs.

    3. Independent Health
    Cheap solutions, like better food
    Cheap Medicine that actually work
    Care and support when you need it
    Independent basic “insurance”

    4. Autonomous zones?
    Autonomous internet?
    Autonomous trade?
    (be careful not to become the target of the FBI)

    • Duck says:

      1.”….Beat corrupt science and fake science with good and open science…”

      That is not going to happen unless you are willing to give out money to pay for it…. 90% of “Science” as its done today is pretty much a way for smart people to scam grant money from rich people who use the research to scam the public.

      “….2. Community of food, goods and services
      Get people together in a supporting way…”

      You are 100% right.

      3. Independent Health
      “…Cheap solutions,….”

      The solution is VERY simple….and cheep. If exercise was a drug it would be more effective then just about any drug the pharmacist has and it costs absolutely no money

      “….4. Autonomous zones?
      Autonomous internet?
      Autonomous trade?….”

      I really dont see the first two happening but the 3rd one really needs to get bigger. I read once that something like half the food people ate in Soviet Russia was grown on illegal private market gardens

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I love this new world changing trend for 2021 and beyond…
    The People’s Reset !

  7. Social Magnetism! 😉 …YES -The People’s Reset.


  8. Social Embracing

    1st Thessalonians 5:26 Greet all the brothers with a holy kiss.
    1st Peter 5:14 Greet one another with the kiss of love.

  9. scpat says:


    I’m really glad to hear the direction you want to take the podcast in the new year. We need solutions more now than ever.

  10. Agreed, JEP was essentially right.
    They simply swapped kids for old people.
    And it was probably almost down to a coin toss for them.
    In fact, in 2009, for the “Swine Flu” scamdemic, it actually was kids they went with.

    • josth says:

      And it was mainly the kids they harmed with the vaccine which caused extreme narcolepsy in hundreds of people – do people just have very short memories now? It seems to me that social distancing started a long time before this year with suspicion and doubt being planted between people with age / gender / race / ability / political wars sowing the seeds of hate between groups that should support each other all deliberately stoked by the media .. I know a lot of people are actually relieved that they have been told to stay away from those other dangerous and contaminated human beings at Christmas – emojis replace emotions 😢

  11. s511 says:

    Love has been abolished
    in the name of health
    then health will be abolished.

    Freedom has been abolished
    in the name of medicine
    then medicine will be abolished.

    God has been abolished
    in the name of reason
    then reason will be abolished.

    Man has been abolished
    in the name of life
    then life will be abolished.

    The truth has been abolished
    in the name of information
    but information will not be abolished.

    The constitution was abolished
    in the name of the emergency
    but the emergency will not be abolished.

    -Giorgio Agamben

    November 6, 2020.

  12. slurry says:

    My prediction for 2021 is on how the coming food shortages will pave the way for even more obedience.

    My opposite words for social distancing are *regular ass human interaction*

    My personal experience in my career as a drum teacher is that I’m being forced to choose between wearing the mask for hours a day and being able to keep in person interaction with my students with extreme psychological and health effects or concede that interaction to teach through FaceTime, Skype, zoom etc….. and move into the virtual world they’re trying to force us into.

    I live out of town and teach in the city, so I’m now working on transferring my business to my home and I’m going to start advertising in the small rural towns surrounding me, so I can, on the downlow of course, continue teaching in person without having to see kids struggling to breathe in masks and meet more people in my immediate area to build a productive community and productive relationships.

    • mkey says:

      *regular ass human interaction*


    • Libertydan says:

      So who is going to Rat you out if you don’t use a Mask? Tell the Kids that they can remove the Mask if they wish, but not to come if they are sick.

      • slurry says:

        It’s weird how it works. I am in no way afraid of the virus and have had sick kids coming in for years, so that part doesn’t bother me. I work out of a music store with a bunch of teachers and studios and we have our own little mask gestappo. This is my 7th year of teaching out of here and I’ve never had a single complaint from a student, teacher, or the store. For the first week we had to mandatorily wear masks I was pretty relaxed about it, but soon got a call from my “boss” saying that there was a teacher and a student who saw me not wearing the mask properly and not at all. That was, as I say, the first complaint I’ve ever had and my “boss” was absolutely serious and said if it happened 1 more time they’d terminate my contract. I literally have no choice.

        They have told me that if a student doesn’t want to wear a mask that it’s my decision to let them stay for the lesson or ask them to leave. Of course, I let anyone who asks, not wear it, but that has only happened once in the month that masks have been mandatory. Every time I hear a student struggling to breathe I offer them to take it off, but they all say “I’m fine” or “I’m used to it”….. but I can tell that that’s only because they’ve buckled to societal group think.

        So I work towards the counter economy and trying to find the people who haven’t been brainwashed into being “fine” with the masks.

        • mkey says:

          Social pressure hits kids the hardest, they have a strong reflex to emulate their surroundings. Long term effects on ther psychological health will is yet to be determined.

          A new circle in hell will need to be setup for these bastards. It has to go to the bottom so that all the upper circle dwellers can defecate on top of their heads. it would be similar to how rapists and pedophiles are popular in prisons.

    • vadoum says:

      “,,,and pretty soon its gonna be good bye just fuckin hangin around” g carlin

  13. SuperMom Belle says:

    no snazzy hashtag but this song comes to mind as the opposite: “Get Together” by The Youngbloods (1967)

    Come on, people now
    Smile on your brother
    Everybody get together
    Try to love one another
    right now.

    • SuperMom Belle says:

      alternatively, another fitting song: “Come Together” by The Beatles (1969)

      One thing I can tell you is you got to be free
      Come together right now over me.

      • colosseum says:

        I quite like “Come Together” and the Beatles reference.

        We can even use the good old-fashioned Frenchism “rendez-vous” 🙂


        In any case, language plays a massive role in this covid hoax, even to the point that, IMO, the term “social distancing” has been carefully chosen to trigger some cognitive dissonance by pairing 2 words with opposing meaning (there is nothing “social” in being “distant”). In fact, It should really be called “physical distancing” because that’s what it is.

        We had already been prepared to this by forcing into us the term “social media”, with the aim to get used to the fact that what is “social” happens in the digital world when you are “socially distanced” by definition.

        Think about it .. the new generations will eventually think of being “social” in terms of how many “likes” or comments you have on Instagram.


        Factoid: my earliest reference to “Social Distancing” comes from documents from the CDC in 2005:

        Has anyone got any earlier reference?

  14. Regarding

    The entire purpose of was the preservation of web content in its past form because of susceptibility/tendency to change in the future.
    The degree of factuality of a webpage’s past content was, as you’d expect, completely irrelevant.

    I always suspected the site might be dirty and might go offline at some point, falsely citing financial issues or something, and taking decades of history with them.
    But I never thought they’d have the gall to announce plans to go back into the archive and edit/censor it to fit someone’s belief of what is or isn’t true.

    This is extremely worrying.
    The scamdemic is quickly evolving into overt introduction of 1984, in all areas of life, without cover story or apology.

    • Duck says:

      “…I always suspected the site might be dirty…”

      The Internet is in a phase… its harvest time

      Since its Christmass… go buy some reputable external hard drives (USB 3 even if your PC does not have the ports your next one will) and run an Ethernet cable to the back of your computer for 3 to4 times the internet speed… then grab a bottle of wine and download every book magazine mp3 or video on the Internet Archive that you might want to read EVER.
      Keep 2 or 3 identical drives if you can afford it…hell, even some thumb drives of things are better then nothing.

  15. davidbmcbain says:

    Social cohesion.

  16. mkey says:

    Quantitative Easing Is the Biggest Sham Ever (S3 E2)

    More John Titus in HD.

  17. Peripatêtikos says: video link est morte. Correct link:

  18. Lucitanian says:

    Welcome “Back in the USSR” – A must read article.

    To end the year I think the following story about how a discussion even by highly qualified scientists, are being silenced (the good old Stalinist way).
    “If you dispute the information from the authorities, no matter how qualified, you must be crazy”:

    Accomplished Pharma Prof Thrown in Psych Hospital after Questioning Official COVID Narrative
    By Jeanne Smits, December 17, 2020

  19. weilunion says:

    By the way, you can Rent A Life and, as part of the package, rent a dog.

    Yep, or yelp:

    “Last Summer, I read an article about Flex Pet, a rent-a-dog service for busy professionals. At the time, I was conflicted about whether this was a good idea or not.

    On the other hand, dogs are not commodities, and do best when they have a life of predictability and routine. They also bond to their “alpha” and strive to be with them as a member of the pack. For the renter, they get only restricted view of life with a dog, which can cause significant misunderstanding, maybe even worse than not having had a dog at all.”

    Right, and of course everything is reduced to a commodity under the capitalist economic system. Rent a Dog, rent a wife, rent a house, etc. The means of production and ownership in the hands of a few elite psychopaths gives us the rentier society.

    Everyone and everything is reduced to a commodity for exchange value.

    And remember: the article sited was from 2007!!!

    Glad to hear you are moving towards more engagement with different solutions.

    Without an organized, intelligent mass of people, these parasites will win!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      For those interested…

      I offer “rent an ex-wife” services.
      Contact me for immediate delivery.

    • candlelight says:


      1. Everything is for rent, everything is a commodity, you say, in the economic system known as capitalism. How about good old fashioned entrepreneurship? Does not the oldest profession predate capitalism?

      Anyway, the coming shift from shareholder to stakeholder capitalism will fix things. Have no fear:

      2. I wouldn’t get too bent out of shape about social distancing, like so many here on the TCR. It’s temporary. And, yes, there’s a lot of hugging and kissing on the cheeks in some cultures, now reduced to bumping elbows, but I don’t believe that’s going to erase, wholesale, entire societal cultures coupled with a complete loss of their identity. That’s like imagining the whole of Latin culture, and others, waking up one day forgetting their roots, and perhaps starting to greet one another with a bow at a safe distance like the Japanese.[Lucky for the Japanese, Covid isn’t cramping their style one bit, and as for masks, they’ve been wearing them for the last twenty years, just ask James]…. Btw, Covid cases are very low in Japan.


      1. How much, and does the ex arrive with a mask, or will I have to supply one?

      2. Cash or credit?

      • weilunion says:

        1. Everything is for rent, everything is a commodity, you say, in the economic system known as capitalism. How about good old fashioned entrepreneurship? Does not the oldest profession predate capitalism?

        Entrepreneurship would be great if the sole motive was not profit. As to the oldest profession predating capitalism, this is humorous but it was not a social system that involved societies.

        Capitalism is unique as an economic system. Under slave economics, the bosses,or slave masters extracted their profit from free labor.

        Under fuedalism the profit, or surplus value was extracted by arrangement whereby the peasants replaced slaves and could keep maybe two days of their work per week. they were treated and fed as cattle but an improvement over slavery.

        Capitalism, which proceeded monarchical feudal rule developed into a system whereby the rulers now became bosses, not slave owners and not Kings and Queens and Nobles. Slaves,peasants now became ‘workers’. And they received ‘wages’.

        Surplus value, or profit, was extracted by paying wages less than that was produced and selling the products or commodities for profit. The capital had to be reinvested or it would die.

        It is and was freer, but again, it evolved into a monopoly capitalism where control of the bosses is now done through cartels and monopolies.

        And if you read economic history it was brutal in its earlier days.

        And competition is hated.

        So entrepreneurship really doesn’t work well under monopoly capitalism. We are still slaves, we just are told we are free. We still have bosses and we still live in a class society controled by psycos.

        What we don’t have is a decent wage.

        Anyway, the coming shift from shareholder to stakeholder capitalism will fix things. Have no fear:

        I and most people are not stakeholders nor do we want to be. We want to be free individuals.

        You cannot breathe life into a dead system.

        2. I wouldn’t get too bent out of shape about social distancing, like so many here on the TCR. It’s temporary. And, yes, there’s a lot of hugging and kissing on the cheeks in some cultures, now reduced to bumping elbows, but I don’t believe that’s going to erase, wholesale, entire societal cultures coupled with a complete loss of their identity. That’s like imagining the whole of Latin culture, and others, waking up one day forgetting their roots, and perhaps starting to greet one another with a bow at a safe distance like the Japanese.[Lucky for the Japanese, Covid isn’t cramping their style one bit, and as for masks, they’ve been wearing them for the last twenty years, just ask James]…. Btw, Covid cases are very low in Japan.

        I would agree. It is crass commercialism that has robbed Latin Americans, most of them, of their cultures. I have lived throughout Latin America for some 14 years.

        It is sad a


        1. How much, and does the ex arrive with a mask, or will I have to supply one?
        nd few shareholders. More like poverty.

        2. Cash or credit?

      • HomeRemedySupply says:


        candlelight, You dance well!

  20. carvers says:

    People proximity

  21. james.w says:
    2020 was GloboCap Year Zero. The year when the global capitalist ruling classes did away with the illusion of democracy and reminded everyone who is actually in charge, and exactly what happens when anyone challenges them.

    In the relatively short span of the last ten months, societies throughout the world have been transformed beyond recognition. Constitutional rights have been suspended. Protest has been banned. Dissent is being censored. Government officials are issuing edicts restricting the most basic aspects of our lives … where we can go, when we can go there, how long we are allowed to spend there, how many friends we are allowed to meet there, whether and when we can spend time with our families, what we are allowed to say to each other, who we can have sex with, where we have to stand, how we are allowed to eat and drink, etc. The list goes on and on.
    Remember, back in 2016, when everyone was so concerned about “normality,” and how Trump was “not normal,” and must never be “normalized?” Well, here we are. This is it. This is the part where GloboCap restores “normality,” a “new normality,” a pathologized-totalitarian “normality,” a “normality” which tolerates no dissent and demands complete ideological conformity.

    From now on, when the GloboCap Intelligence Community and their mouthpieces in the corporate media tell you something happened, that thing will have happened, exactly as they say it happened, regardless of whether it actually happened, and anyone who says it didn’t will be labeled an “extremist,” a “conspiracy theorist,” a “denier,” or some other meaningless epithet. Such un-persons will be dealt with ruthlessly. They will be censored, deplatformed, demonetized, decertified, rendered unemployable, banned from traveling, socially ostracized, hospitalized, imprisoned, or otherwise erased from “normal” society.

    • hanky says:

      All true enough, but GloboCap doesn’t quite hit the mark. It is tainted by Left-Right terminology baggage. We could just as easily say World Communism, but that doesn’t quite do it either.
      If you like making up words, please combine technocracy with idiocracy for me.

  22. hanky says:

    Somebody needs their mass kicked!
    Then we can do social naturaling again.

  23. irose says:

    “coming together”
    And please do not use “reset” (no-re // going back) — instead choosing an active verb.
    Calling for: people coming together to forge paths of kinship with all life.

  24. hanky says:

    Playing with the term ,meat space, which is a noun, is the way to go. I already associate that term with James Corbett, which is a good thing. Just as social distance has a verb meaning, so can meat space.
    Let’s meat-up, or they are meat-ing up Friday…

    Or noun, Are coming to the meat-up?
    Shall we call a meat-ing?

    Perfect for print, but for audio it would often require the addition of meat-space again. MEAT-SPACE MEETING would cover it when more clarity is required. It is still only 4 syllables, social distancing has five.

  25. chris_v says:

    James & James, thank you for your work! It was this year that I came to the Corbett Report, inspired by the Bill Gates Docus, and have made my way into the alternative media ever since.

    I come from a background where the MSM and other mainstream pillars of “democracy” have never been trusted. But now I find myself in a (sadly, to a large extent ONLY online) community which is thoughtful and takes great pains to find out and analyse what is actually going on. And I realize now is the time not simply for dissent or ironic comments around the dinner table (when surrounded by normie-thinking) but rather for taking a stand.

    Happy new year! And although I don’t think a massive uprising is coming next year, I do hope that people on the small scale – our relatives and friends and people we don’t know yet – will open their eyes. The greatest miracles happen in secret – let us hope for one!

  26. mkey says:

    Hank Black has a suggestion: social naturaling.

  27. Alchemist says:

    Great episode, guys! Much love & respect to you both.

    JEP – right on with the masks. In addition to being used for torture, they’re used in occult initiation rituals; representing transformation—goodbye to the old, hello to the new.

    JC – I’m looking forward the new direction:) You’ve spent over a decade warning us (thank you!) and now it’s here. They’ve destroyed the old world. It’s time to create a new one.

    I predict that two kinds of people will emerge in the new age: the masked & the unmasked. The unmasked will take off every mask they’ve ever worn and show their true and beautiful unique selves, fully and unapologetically, unleashing all their hidden potential.

    In the words of Gil Scott Heron,
    ”The revolution will not be televised.”

    • Duck says:

      “….will take off every mask they’ve ever worn and show their true and beautiful unique selves,…”

      They will take their mask off…but I’d hesitate to call Soros or Gates or the Pritzkers or the others beautiful

  28. josth says:

    Watching you both makes me realise how long it is since I trusted anyone on screen – I’m so used to the fake friendly patter hiding the lies but you two bring me hope that there are good and honest people in the world and we need that so badly. Humanity is on the brink but there is still hope .. and the opposite of social distancing should be close encounters (of the herd kind)! Have a great Christmas and let’s hope there will be more real encounters in the year to come…

  29. macburns says:

    How about a place on your website where we can list our country and state or province if we are interested in an analog encounter with like-minded “conspiracy theorists”? We could list our interests, ideas or skills that we have to offer. Thank you Jameses. xo

    • Duck says:


      “.. an analog encounter with like-minded “conspiracy theorists…”

      If you do a search of Corbett report thru the search bar for “Freedom Cells” I think its in the “solutions” section.
      They had a meet up a while back I think this may be what your after but maybe someone else will suggest something else too.

      If you do meet folks watch out for The Fed (He’ll be the guy asking people he hardly knows to do illegal stuff) 🙂 Lol

  30. woody says:

    Opposite of “social distancing”: I think “commune” works, especially as a reference to “immune”.

  31. yellowbird says:

    Good day!

    A term, or 2 , I like as an opposite for social distancing could be “clustering” or just… “hugging. I like the second best. 🙂


    == Andrew == MN, USA

  32. Jeff says:

    Social distancing: 6 fingers apart.

  33. jmu says:

    See me, feel me, touch me

    • Libertydan says:

      The Who said: Seee me! Feeel me! Touch me!)

      The W.H.O. said: Mask-up and get in line for your “Shot”

      I wonder if they create the acronym on purpose so that they could pretend to be popular.

  34. BrendaLeeK says:

    That’s easy. Social connecting. As I’ve been standing with my new friends in Regina and when I’m there, in Saskatoon since this past summer and it’s freaking cold now only going to be worse, I’ve created a lot of new acquaintances and some new friends as well as a whole lot of hugs. I’ve been divorced 18 years now gave up on pof and other sites years ago due to the lack of prospects so decidedly single. But you know when you’re physically out there with like minded people it opens sooo many doors in so many ways. Still dedicated to freedom and anything else coming out of this would be icing on the cake. But first things first. My kid’s and grandkids and those of others come first. I am the past they are the future. But socially connecting is so empowering on a physical level but yeah mental foremost.

  35. amber71 says:

    Social gathering

  36. themacleans says:

    “close contact” or “close encounters” 🙂

  37. josth says:

    I wonder if anyone else feels that this year was chosen deliberately – I spent the first month of lockdown convinced there was some existential threat we were being protected from – asteroids hurtling towards us from outer space (anyone tried the CNEOS website? – seriously terrifying as they seem to be constantly hurtling towards us) – then realised that that was probably disinformation too and that it was something much more down to earth. I just think too many people were about to realise a truth they’ve tried to hide for a long time so we had to be locked down and tracked ..

    • nexangelus says:

      Funny you should say this josth….I was wondering what future crud they are preparing us for/softening us up for/wearing us down for? Other pandemics, nuclear fallout, alien invasion? Gah….the mind wanders at the wonder of it all…

  38. cozycoast says:

    “RubTheNub” or, just “Nubbing”…as in, “Officer! I just saw three people nubbing near the Klaus Schwab statue!” or, “Let’s all go RubTheNub at Jesse’s place around 10 tonight…”

  39. alisone says:

    thank you for a thoughtful end of year message. i can see that it’s hard for you to be optimistic in the current circumstances, especially since you have children who are growing up at this frightening time… kia kaha from aotearoa nz. we are observing the world from our little island with increasing horror, almost like a nightmare where you are unable to move in the face of danger. your messages are always a light in the tunnel, because the truth is always better than some soothing half-truth.

  40. nexangelus says:

    Oh gosh, again so timely….have been thinking on the same things/lines…have been thinking if push comes to shove, protecting my family and community is number one…I will definitely go down fighting…I speak my mind at work, at home, amongst friends (stony silence sometimes)…so what is the opposite of physical/social distancing – solidarity….community….sense of belonging….I have had horrible visions of something bad happening to someone/anyone….say fallen, knocked over, needing help….but cos ‘rona/masks/everyone seemingly scared shiteless, no one helps….not me, I have already stepped up several times when chicken shit jobsworths act like they are not human anymore or the person needing help is less than human…I am mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!

    • mkey says:

      Don’t speak the truth to power but to posterity. That’s extremely important, to speak the truth. Dimwits will hate you for it but that can’t be helped. And is completely immaterial.

      I’ve noticed that when some of these people feel their bubble pierced, they’ll simply get the puncture repair kit out, patch it up and keep smelling their farts with glee.

      And proceed not to broach that subject ever again.

  41. Mama Liah says:

    Thank you for this important episode of New World Next Week, James Corbett & James Evan Pilato. I really appreciate the reference by JEP to the Biderman report.
    As for the mask: yes it serves a lot of functions, mostly symbolic and I think it is also the (symbolic) link between the climate change scam and the covid-19 pandemic scam. In the climate change narrative we are told human economic activity produces too much CO2 so we will have to reduce economic activity (obviously obtained with the lockdowns). The overpopulation lie also implies that, as we would be too numerous, all the exhaling of an excess of humans (the “non-essentials” I suppose) produces too much CO2. Now with the masks there is actually a REUPTAKE of our bodies of CO2 as we immediately breed in dangerous levels of our own exhaled CO2 that builds up behind the mask (any type) as we exhale (more than 10 000 ppm CO2 whereas Belgian labor law only tolerates 900 ppm CO2 in the work environment). Medical Doctor Hilde De Smet showed this in a video of hers. The video is in Dutch but as of the 7:44 min mark she does a non-verbal demonstration with a hypercapnia meter which is obviously understandable if you don’t know Dutch.

    • Mama Liah says:

      So in the climate change scam narrative, the masks would be very climate friendly, it’s just that they are not friendly to the wearer.

      It seems to me James Corbett looked sad in this episode and my interpretation is that he is sad because the horrors, he has been warning us about for years now, are finally actually becoming a day to day reality for all of us.

      I appreciate JC’S prediction for 2021 which is actually a call for Action. The People’s Reset, this could be the title of that Narrative (that still has to be written) he spoke about in one of his editorials a few weeks ago ( The Narrative that will convince thousands, millions, who knows billions of Humans to take action against the oppressor or at least to stop feeding that beast. I look forward to JC’s new ways of spreading the Word!

  42. Jason says:

    If we’re going for the literal opposite of social distancing I would say “Secluded Intercourse”. But that’s no fun! Here are some fun ones…

    Mosh World
    The Minglelarity
    Plebe Stampede
    Huddle Our M(asses)
    We’re all in this, get together!


    Flying Purple People Meeter
    Japanese Subway on Monday
    Come on, come on, come on, come on, now touch me babe

    Next Year in Unimatrix Zero!

  43. bladtheimpaler says:

    Two points on J.C.s 2021 trends: Saul Alinsky set out is his book ‘Rules for Radicals’ on how to win, in this case the ‘people’s reset’. Alinsky’s rules in fact are currently being used against the people.

    The second comes in the form of Alison McDowel’s extensive (is hardly the word for it) research into ALL things NWO. Her knowledge is far beyond everyone else’s that I have encountered to date. A must for a lengthy interview, which would likely pop the eyes open of both James’ here. I link a sample:

    • Duck says:

      “..Alinsky’s rules in fact are currently being used against the people…”

      And always will be… its necessary to destroy legitimate social authority and rules if you want to create a new world where you are in charge. His kind of thinking is all about tearing things down.

      Positive change is almost never revolutionary and almost always EVOlutionary.

  44. anonymint says:

    The Powers That SHOULD be.

    I’m criticizing the continued use of the neologism “the powers that shouldn’t be.”

  45. NES says:

    Woah! Lots of good comments.

    EP–Excellent find on the documented ‘mask as torture equipment’. Very excellent. KUDOS!

    I have a theory about the covid set-up and continuing lie.

    We have said, read and written for a decade at least that humanity is awakening, spiritually. Humans have been broadening their minds. With that comes an unavoidable spiritual component. The internet, although originally set-up as a collection vessel for TPTsB, was our vehicle. Humanity, for the first time, was able to communicate freely past borders and cultures around the world. We learned, for quite a while, untethered by the predator class. As well, we had the opportunity to gain an intimate picture of ourselves and most importantly our overlords, those so-called authorities/leaders/elitists who historically used us lying unfettered in order to sell their worthless wares for personal gain. Corbett Report and Media Monarchy are two of many alternative news teams that began revealing the predators’ actions using their own words, actions, documents, interactions and interconnections throughout the world, via the tool we’d never had before–the internet. If you don’t know, you should, the so-called ‘authorities’ track opinion constantly applying specific formulas in order to prevent uprisings and retain control. These actions are a matter of course–not special but codified. I’m beginning to think they saw a clear threat–spiritual awakening. It may not appear on the face of it to be true as the majority of the feed is negative in order to keep us afraid, in angst and watching each other, not them. The world IS awakening. The predators were being slowly revealed and it was accelerating.

    Although their predator plans have been in the works for decades I doubt they expected the internet to be a tool of spiritual awakening. I now suspect that humanity is very near a tipping point. If it continued the predators would be overwhelmed and out of power. Hence, weaponized COVID and lockdowns to separate us from one another to stop the trend, change the world so it never happens. The bottom line is it cannot be stopped, only delayed, no matter the obstacles.

    How can we forward it? We neither need to share physical space to continue a worldwide awakening nor to connect to each other. Meditation and remote viewing are very real skills used by the predators themselves. They work. It’s hard work, yes. So start now if you don’t already do either or both. Begin to meditate and take the online courses for remote viewing. In 2021 we can begin to forge a new system of communication and connection among humanity. We DO have the power. In the end, all of the covid crap will fall away should we practice being together in this way. No bad guy will have any power to contain us. Think about it. A positive move that will overwhelm any future negative control/profit plans. It’s worth a shot.

    • manbearpig says:

      On that subject a student spontaneously sent me a link to follow 7 conferences live by Jean-Jacques Crèvecoeur:
      I couldn’t follow the first two as I was working, but I’ll probably, out of curiosity, (and because I promised I would) follow the 5 o’clock one today.
      They’re in French however. But perhaps Anglophones can use the automatically generated English translation once they’re posted to YouTube…? Possibly better than not following at all. I’ll find out later I guess,

      now Hamsterwheel calling!

  46. padraig says:

    as far as i can tell there is no freedom cell(s) near toronto. i’d be interested in meeting the folks that are interested as well. maybe the beloved calgary cowboy can set something up. a previous commenter(?)(sp) had mentioned this. there’s got to be a safe way to exchange info, meet ups, and so on.

  47. dewmu says:

    People Bond v. Social Distancing

    or People Bonded

  48. tarpan says:

    social contact

  49. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I want to mention this “common sense” revelation which struck me…

    m-RNA Vaccines & Lymphocytes & Autoimmune Diseases

  50. JadeEyes says:

    “Corporeal Connection” lol

  51. Dalesco says:

    My own prediction for 2021 is similar to James’ comment on right-wing terrorism. Personally, I foresee growing tensions between two emerging blocks in the population. This would be the “normies” vs the “tinfoil hats”.
    Horizontal tensions in society have always been very helpful for those in power, especially in democracies (left vs right, men vs women, whites vs blacks and so on). Also because we pretty much have come to the point where it’s about whether one sees what’s taking place and resists, or not. My mother is 79 and now she sees, so we exchange information. And she tells me about tensions among her peers.
    Within the present context of the COVID-19 crisis followed by the Great Reset, instead of having the authorities enforcing programs such as the cashless society, IoT, contact tracing and the vaccines, it would be far more effective to have these plans brought about through some kind of indirect internal pressure: game theory applied to the masses, with two opposing sides/players.
    The armed forces could eventually just be acting as arbitrators of sorts, and always taking action towards a carefully crafted greater good: the stability of the community at large. The current Chinese social control couldn’t quite be rolled out the same way in the Western world, the cultures are still too different.

  52. Alchemist says:

    2020 deserves a powerful and ceremonial goodbye. I invite you all to take a break from the world with me. Unplug for a couple weeks and connect with the Universe, God, the Absolute energy… whatever you want to call it. Explore your spiritual side. Spend time with your higher self. Meditate. Listen to binaural beats. Walk in nature. Practice yoga. Pray.

    Sending good vibes to all my soul sisters and brothers out there in the CR community. I appreciate you. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

  53. MagicBullet says:

    Guys, its not coke vs pepsi this time. I can’t say Trump won’t let us down but the other choice is clearly medical, social, and monetary tyranny.

    “Fight For Trump” video:

    • sonic.r says:

      Oh cmon have you heard about controlled opposition

      • MagicBullet says:

        Good question. The election fraud fight has forced out many on the side of the Coup to show their alliances, some like Brennan, even past presidents, are deathly frightened of a rrest for treason. The antifa, BLM and lockdowns have stirred up the sleepy dragon of freedom lovers, and capitol building busters (Portland). None of this bodes well for a controlled take over. Thousands of sheeple have woken from sleep in the past 2 months about the socialist and golbalist take over. Now you have 70 mil patriots who want to rout-out this den of snakes, who understand PCR,masks,and lockdowns, are medically fraudulent, and that CDC stats are manipulated. Its not a Gore vs Bush show.

        I can agree with you that Trump may have been in bed with some of the Deep Staters and vaccine makers, and may be compromised by his friendship with Epstein, so there is a dash of pepsi in Trump’s coke, but the Rothies & Rockies aren’t relaxing in the shadows sipping Pina Coladas waiting out this one. If the deep state plays the extortion card on Trump their whole house of cards will fall even if Trump get a bad hit. This is a real fight, not the WWF. The next 6 weeks will be crazy, keep your zombie busters ready.

  54. dubrey says:

    Not only will the truth be scrubbed from the Internet, a new truth will be written, installed and taught to our children. Then the remaining people, who’s memory is filled with the truth, according to their study, will die. The plan is complete. That is History.

  55. AB says:

    The remedy to social distancing is “Mental Distancing.”

    Think for yourself.

    • vadoum says:

      and for a libran moon response:

      “mental distancing” is the same as social distancing; the point of being alive is to engage with life. to connect though awareness of beauty. this doesnt mean one has to stop having original thoughts.

      Distance is the disease. we get separated, from spouses from children from cultures from ourselves,, divided and thus more easily manipulated/exploited. however, when people get into a large group and assume group mind (the stadium wave, or the capitol march, or the mass production of anything,, we seem to only function at primal capacity; little to no back & forth is possible; voting is a joke, there’s no chance of constructive debate,, so in that instance one might drop the cattle call and start listening to the frogs and crickets, or the wind scuttling rubbish along the gutter,, however choosing “distance” sounds like ignoring or disliking or selfish or even jealousy.

      like a culendero I knew used to say: “you can either hang with us or hang alone”

  56. vadoum says:

    here’s a well languaged insight that may inspire less complacency (from zero hedge)

    “A highly functional society needs enough comfort to create stability, but enough discomfort to keep the population a bit agitated and able to take risks.”

  57. Ukdavec says:

    Insight into the globalist gameplan.

    The steps required to promote digital currencies

    As the pandemic has accelerated the digital cash revolution, there are several things companies and policymakers need to do to respond.

    Podcast from deutschebank$PODCASTS&rwsite=RPS_EN-PROD&rwobj=ReDisplay.Start.class&document=PROD0000000000514887

  58. gauntlet33 says:

    Also, I was thinking that people should make a list with addresses of nearby farmers with whom to trade or buy from in case SHTF.

    • cu.h.j says:

      That’s a great idea. Or the ability to break into the grocery store. Thank goodness many American’s have guns. They better think about that before trying to shut down the food supply. People are waking up and are becoming more aware of what and who is doing this.

  59. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Child Propaganda…

    ‘Santa Claus is good to go’: Dr Fauci says he vaccinated Father Christmas
    (One minute of diarrhea vomiting and outrage)
    #CNNSesameStreet in lower right of video.

    (H/t to D.R. of "North Texans for Truth")

  60. Becky says:

    For businesses to put on their doors:

    “Please remember social acceptance.
    No Mask, No Vaxx, No Problem”

  61. lorijh says:

    Instead of ‘Social Distancing’, throw the vernacular back at the virtuous, Hollywood elite and call it ‘Close Ups.’ I’m heading out for coffee and a ‘close up.’ 💥🌲💥

  62. gauntlet33 says:

    I’ve been asking my mom to promise for the past 6 months to not take the vaccine. Here’s an email I just sent her, but I’m pretty sure she’ll just do it anyway:

    “Hey mom, I know you think we’re crazy, but I’ll say it anyway. 
    Since you’re asking, I believe that lots of these nurses and doctors will get sick and die after they take the vaccine.
    [In response to why the Republicans are now taking it] My wife and I keep telling you that it’s all “political theater” — the Republicans and the Democrats are two sides of the same coin and both sides are controlled by the globalists bankers who own almost the entire world. And all these high ranking politicians like Marco Rubio are only pretending to take the vaccine. The one that is given to the population will kill millions…Just keep your eyes open and you’ll see that people will get sick and die only after they take the vaccine.

    Love you”

    I previously sent her an email saying that I don’t want her to take the vaccine as I don’t want to have to tell her young granddaughters that grandma, grandpa, and “unckie” can no longer see them because they are dead because they didn’t listen when we asked them not to take the vaccine. I want our last few years to be joyous and peaceful, but the brain-washing is so deep. I’m sure they’ll all take it as the “rabbit hole” of truth scares them.

    • sonic.r says:

      Do not go to the “The vaccine will kill you”. Give her undeniable solid evidence that the vaccine is not safe and is experimental. Also, tell her the vaccine companies have no legal liability. If this doesn’t scare her off it will at least plant seeds of doubt. There is a rule in psychology that you can’t change someone’s mind they have to change it themselves. All you can do is convince them that their current mindset is false

    • cu.h.j says:

      Let her read the FAQ sheet on the new vaccine. It’s pretty informative on the fact that it’s not FDA approved and hasn’t been proven to work. If she’s comfortable taking a research chemical and she’s an adult with a working brain, she can make her own choice. I understand your concern though, I’m sorry you are having to deal with this.

  63. mkey says:

    The Harsh Truth – Why So Many Refuse To See It

    No blows held back.

  64. Control Savvy says:

    Hi James and James,

    Thank you for your great work:

    Masks as torture and psychological manipulation.
    End of the internet as we know it.

    I have a question for 2020 and I guess 2021.

    Why do people believe practically anything the experts tell them.

    My possible answer is in my next comment because it is almost too long ….

  65. Control Savvy says:

    Why do people believe practically anything the experts tell them?

    I’ll borrow your Library of Alexandria analogy. Let’s imagine all of the world’s knowledge housed in a huge library and contained in billions of books arranged on carefully labeled shelves.

    Who takes care of all these books? The Experts, of course.

    Every few years an Expert adds a new book to one of the shelves. Books are also rewritten or tossed in the garbage, destroying what might have been useful information.

    What about those of us who are not experts? Do we have access to the modern Library of Alexandria? Well, technically, we are all experts at something. However, there are hierarchies of expertise. Even though we can gain some knowledge outside the doors of the Library, we need to get inside in order to join the elite groups of Experts in the far reaches of the stacks. What gives us access? Time and Money. The more time you have to learn a skill or acquire knowledge, the further you can go. The more money you have, the more doors will be open to you.

    However, the greatest barrier to the knowledge held within is the hierarchy itself. Hierarchies, no matter what their original justification always become fossilized. In the case of The Library, the hierarchy is used to deny access rather than organize information. But this is not the only calcified hierarchy that we have to contend with. We have Government, Military, Religion, Finance—all organized as unbending hierarchies. Some blame Government as the worst culprit, but I see it as only one of several hierarchies, all of which exist to secure the position of the richest and most powerful people, the Oligarchs.

    So why do we believe the experts? We trust our hierarchies, we worship the elites at the top, and we look down on those who occupy the lower rungs. The President is Somebody, the homeless citizen is nobody. The General is Somebody, the private is nobody. The CEO is Somebody, the factory worker is nobody. A Religious Leader is Somebody, his followers are nobodies. The Nobel Prize Winner is Somebody, the high school dropout is nobody. Hopefully, we occupy the middle rungs so that we can be in the comfortable position of looking up to some people and down on others.

    When you ask someone to believe that the elites lied about the bullet that killed JFK, lied about the destruction on 9/11, and are lying about COVID-19, you are asking them to mentally destroy all their hierarchies and lose their own safe places in them.

    Maybe we just need to keep challenging the lies until the nooks and crannies of the hierarchies begin to look less like safe nests and more like the prisons they really are. The COVID-19 official story is being used to convert our very own homes into isolation cells. We just need to remind ourselves and others that we still hold the keys.

  66. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Some items / news on Finance and Markets in the U.S.

    While I don’t agree with everything he says, this video might be of interest to some folks…

    Jim Rickards’s OUTLOOK for 2021:
    Brace for a Great Escape from the Dollar and a Flood of Money into Gold and Bitcoin

    (17 minutes)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Gareth Soloway (market strategist) gives a predicter on Bitcoin prices and explains how markets are manipulated in layman terms
      (22 minutes)

      Sidenote: Monday’s Markets
      Markets already knew on Friday that a U.S. Relief Package had been agreed upon. Prior to U.S. markets opening, gold and silver had spiked much higher in Asia. However, by market opening in the U.S. the precious metals were still higher, but much less so.
      Stocks were headed south fast at the open (surprisingly after the relief news of Friday.) Everyone knows that the economy is in bad straights and that fundamentals are poor. However, something changed with the stock trend down. It was weird. They regained some lost ground. It was as if the Federal Reserve came in to buy stocks.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Tuesday evening – December 22, 2020

      (For those who don’t know, both houses of Congress passed the relief package for Americans. Included in the bill was that every American adult would get $600. The bill was well over 5,000 pages long. So, no one really read it. It was headed for President Trump’s desk to be signed.)

      Trump Kicks COVID Bill Back To Congress; Demands $2,000 Stimulus, Shreds Lawmakers Over Mountain Of Pork
      (4 minute video in article)

  67. ejdoyle says:

    No joy in saying I TOLD YOU SO :-/
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    For decades, myself and others have had to to endure being demeaned, insulted, ignored, losing friends and family connections, and so much more. Might have been YOU if you labeled others as the CIA inspired “Conspiracy Theorist” or “Tin Foil Hat Wearer.”
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    Since the 60’s we have been warning about the New World Order agenda for world control.
    [To keep a highly reduced population under 24/7 track, trace, and data basing in 5G SMART cities with no access to the country side, no private vehicles with forced medical procedures from abortions to vaccinations to maintain their control]:
    The UN Agenda 21&2030;
    The Georgia Guide Stones;
    UN WIldlife Project;
    Chemtrails (weather wars);
    The Trilateral Commission;
    The Bilderberger’s;

    And even – Between Two Ages:
    America’s Role in the Technetronic Era (written 50 years ago by Zbigniew Brzezinski )

    “The technetronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values.

    Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen.

    Shortly, the public will be unable to reason or think for themselves. They’ll only be able to parrot the information they’ve been given on the previous night’s news.”
    Zbigniew Brzezinski
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    Or – A few of the 45 Communist Goals from nearly 60 years ago that are quite successful in their goal of taking down our Republic (searchable):

    Congressional Record–Appendix, pp. A34-A35 January 10, 1963

    15. Capture one or both of the political parties in the United States.

    17. Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers’ associations. Put the party line in textbooks.

    18. Gain control of all student newspapers.

    20. Infiltrate the press. Get control of book-review assignments, editorial writing, policy-making positions.

    21. Gain control of key positions in radio, TV, and motion pictures.

    25. Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and TV.

    26. Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as “normal, natural, healthy.”

    40. Discredit the family as an institution. Encourage promiscuity and easy divorce.
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    So what is the answer. Same as it has always been, admit to being asleep and wake up; support people and causes trying to warn others; get rid of your SMART phone, use a simple flip phone; stop bad eating habits; don’t smoke or over indulge in alcohol; stop with celebrity/sports worship; engage your family in deep discussions about the reality we are surviving in; you know, doing the things that are GOOD for you and not feeding some addiction from being “liked” by strangers or eating sugar, all the same.

    Come listen to some of my songs, Brain Food not ear candy if you can break your need for entertainment and embrace knowledge. No semi-nude women or gay dancers, etc. just me on guitar from a tape recorder 🙂

  68. L-Train says:

    Merry Christmas,
    James Evan Pilato recently mentioned a long documentary about the cities of Washington, DC; the City of London, and Vatican City. Does anyone have a link to that? Thanks

  69. Droves of Perception says:

    I love “Social Embracing”

    other ideas:

    Social Tightening
    Social bravery
    social defiance

  70. Mama Liah says:

    I propose Human Approaching as opposed to Social Distancing.

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