Interview 1643 - James Corbett Speaks to an ex-MSM Journalist

05/29/202160 Comments

This week on "James Corbett Redpills the Normies," James talks to Alison Morrow, a self-described refugee from mainstream journalism who quit her 12-year career as an award-winning reporter after her attempts to report real news were consistently thwarted. (Learn more about Alison's incredible story in this interview.) Today, Alison interviews James about the centralization of control, communication, and consciousness in the hands of an oligarchical elite and how we can combat their agenda.


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  1. Fact Checker says:

    Great interview; great series.

    James absolutely NAILS the question about AI, lamenting that the conversation always leads to academic/philosophical irrelevancies about whether a computer “thinks” or has a “soul.”

    And then he immediately points out: that’s not what’s important. What’s important is its computing power, and the ends to which it is employed.

    Your humble Fact Checker always tries to get that same concept across with the phrase Functional Intelligence. It doesn’t matter if the Machine is “conscious” or “sentient” or if it “thinks.” What matters is whether it has the data and computing power to impact, harm, damage, influence, control, or even destroy humanity with its soulless, algorithmic machinations.

    James also concludes this interview with a genuinely flattering and gracious acknowledgment of the host’s own courage in doing what she’s doing. Class-Act Conduct.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Still many people are over-estimating AI, as I described at:

      How can we recognize AI narratives (and decisions) ?
      1) They are all stupid.
      2) They are not based on evidence.
      3) Many people in the groups follow them blindly.
      4) The narrative can change in an instant with no clear reason.

      The problem is that we are shown futuristic science fiction, instead
      of basic information science that works.
      The technocrats believe in this science fiction, which is great, because
      that means the Technocracy will waste trillions in something that
      does not work.

      Similarly we are wasting trillions in nuclear fusion and astronomy projects
      that do not work. Because to keep getting funds, the scientists in
      the projects need to pretend that the theories are working.
      The same with the modern medicine industry.

      About 50 years ago, neural networks were called “adaptive control systems”,
      and they still use the same basic logic.
      They are like the part of the nerve system that keeps our body
      in balance. So they are great to build robots or recognize simple drawings.
      The basic control systems are in all kinds of “smart” weapons.
      So they can be very dangerous.

      People got obsessed about the idea of building a “self thinking machine”.
      Because they believe that a machine can process and improve information
      by itself.
      This is what you see in science fiction and futurism.
      This sells very good and is used in modern fighter-jets to waste
      a lot of money on.
      In practical science we are happy when a Tesla does not run over
      a police man.

      Intelligence versus information
      The main problem is that intelligence comes from ordering and analyzing
      information, not from information itself.
      Like the difference between James Corbett and CNN.

      Just think about AI as a person that believes everything
      that CNN has said.
      A person with no sense of critical thinking nor of itself.
      Then you get the idea.

      • Duck says:

        I think your right that AI is overestimated, but AI ALREADY works well enough to oppress people…. kinda like you can do surgery with a hacksaw rather then a scalpel if your not bothered what the patient looks like after your done.

        AI can assemble a good facsimile of your face from a fragment,
        Feed in all those kids writing their school work and total data feed and AI is plenty good enough to let the bosses propagandize and control the NPC class- even if you are smart enough to beat it how will you stop it controlling your kids if it knows what tempts them better then you do?

        I think that The ONLY way to survive as free thinking beings is to refuse to feed it your data face auto touch ups

        • Fact Checker says:

          “you can do surgery with a hacksaw rather then a scalpel if your not bothered what the patient looks like after your done.”

          Excellent analogy.

          Echoes your earlier comment in a different thread about how bio-engineering experimentation can be done by trial-and-error when you have expendable (or even “disposable,” as you put it) humans.

        • zyxzevn says:

          The deep learning and neural networks work great,
          but are very over-hyped. Because there is a lot
          of money in it.

          Neural networks are very similar to statistics.

          And you know that thing about lies, greater lies, …?

          You can make something work, but it can not deal
          with new situations. It will try to match the new
          situation with what it already knows.

          Like any computer system it needs someone to program it,
          or to feed it the correct data.
          And if someone needs to program it, someone can hack it
          (or hack the data).

          • Duck says:


            “…You can make something work, but it can not deal
            with new situations….”

            It does not need to be general purpose intelligence.. it just has to do things like flag trouble makers or predict what propaganda can influence you… it can be pretty dumb as long as it can find the statistical markers in your behavior that pass your file up the line to a smarter AI or a human

            “..It will try to match the new situation with what it already knows.”
            Thats fine for the job planned… shoving pegs into holes. If you dont fit the hole they can just eject you from society and simply the equation… if you are unjustly flagged and suffer from it the AI and the people running the AI Dont care.

            “..Like any computer system it needs someone to program it,
            or to feed it the correct data….”
            It can learn the markers in your behavior when it sees everything you do… the kids growng up now are feeding their school writings into google and that data will be compared to their behavior and life choices. It does not need to be perfect, the soviet unions Checkists were incompetent and inefficient but still oppressed people quite well

            “..And if someone needs to program it, someone can hack it
            (or hack the data)…”

            How will people hack a machine they never see, have zero access to and dont understand? That machine will be able to set what services and opportunities they see, what jobs they can get…the power imbalance is huge

      • Fact Checker says:

        “Just think about AI as a person that believes everything
        that CNN has said.”

        The AI is the one formulating the Narrative pushed by CNN, and is the one scripting those CNN deep-fake info-mannequins.

        You think It is “dumb” because the Narratives are incoherent, and without basis in reality. But they’re not supposed to be coherent, or to reflect reality. The AI’s objective is to manage people. That’s all. It only needs to generate a Narrative that is only as coherent and plausible-sounding as it needs to be to evoke specific responses from a critical mass of the population.

        And if you think It is “failing” or “stupid” in that regard, you are not paying attention to the world around you. The Herd of NPC-humanoid-zombies have been expertly reprogrammed to precise behavioral specifications, so that the human species is weaponized against itself, and it is inexorably grinding itself into the dirt. The Machine has uploaded and run a flawless self-destruct sequence in the brains of the vast majority of the humans on the planet. Those who have not been reprogrammed will be systematically destroyed by the ones that have.

        The AI’s Final Goal is not to “think.” It is only motivated to achieve the objective that it is programmed with, which is to evoke self-destructive behavior patterns in the Herd. It does not to to think, Itself, in order to control the thoughts of humans. All It needs is: Biological knowledge X Computing power X Data, giving It the Ability to Hack Humans.

      • bleak says:

        Still, many people are not so naïve as to underestimate the raging AI imperative with DoD funding, MIT in the early 60’s and people like Marvin Minsky, Ray Kurzweil and an army of super intellectual, indoctrinated religious (atheism) zealots all working for decades on AI, heuristically building drones, robotic police “dogs”, facial recognition, GANs…

        Yeah but let’s not raise any red flags just yet. We know all these “narratives” are “stupid,” right? All this “transhumanism” stuff? LOL conjecture from the “uneducated” who know nothing about real Science.

        Intelligence vs Intellect

        Intelligence is more that your IQ, brain function, “critical thinking” etc. Real intelligence comes not only from the brain but from the MIND, heart, experience, spirit, soul and intuition (aka GUTS). The heart has a mind of it’s own. So do the other organs and body parts. The body has memory of it’s own. A truly intelligent person has unity and integrity within and is balanced left-brain / right-brain.

        Intellect is left-brain dominance and that is all it is. Nothing wrong with intellect but it’s not all there is especially if it’s dominant over right-brain creativity, intuition, emotions… empathy… care.

        • zyxzevn says:

          Are all these “narratives” stupid?

          Yes. They are a huge waste of money.
          It is like a religion based on scientism and futurism.

          The Mind

          You are correct that you need something that controls and
          select the information. Even analyze it or “feel” it.
          A programmer does the same for a neural network.
          And only the “mind” can perform that function.
          Which is the spirit or soul or consciousness.
          (Personally I think there are different levels
          and structures in consciousness).

          The technocrats do not believe in the spirit or soul.
          And based on that, they are certain that they can
          build a machine that can do exactly the same as a
          And in that same logic, the larger the machine,
          the more intelligent it will be.

          So they will be ready to spend trillions on it.

          I think there will be some things that can be
          dangerous, like self-driving Teslas.

          But their focus will be the governing of people.
          And I think that some stupid ideas already came
          from some of those AI choices.

          AI for group control

          If connected to the information of one group, like
          Qanon, the AI will choose what information needs to
          be pushed to get the group in a certain direction.
          This works well on short time manipulations,
          but on long term, bit by bit people will change their “minds”.

          And I do not think that the AI can deal with that.

          Now the Covid narrative falling apart, makes it very hard
          for the AI to predict what is going to happen next.
          So it tries to bind the group by like giving out hamburgers
          and ice-cream. While it attracts some people.
          It makes the narrative even falling apart faster, because
          it removes the health based argument.

          Some of these are just stupid politicians.
          But these kind of decisions are also what you would
          expect from an AI simulation that was fed with
          certain group characteristics.

  2. Arby says:

    James reminds us of that corporate media article warning people away from doing their own research. We can’t possibly know what Tony Fauci, with his education and experience, knows. James makes the good point that other scientists with just as much training as Tony Fauci don’t agree with Tony Fauci, ergo. And you could tie into that a point that Andrew Kaufman, Dawn Lester and David Parker made about trusting your senses – you have them for a reason! – but get all of the facts. I excerpted that part of the discussion between Andrew et al. It is on my Bitchute channel:

  3. Arby says:

    I am on Off Guardian often enough (where they pick up James Corbett’s videos from time to time) and I’ve mentioned the transnational capitalist class, and the superclass within it (not that that distinction is terribly important) a million times. No one bothered to respond. That’s ‘my’ side. Finally, a fellow who read the same book I read (where I picked up the phrase) acknowledged my reference and agreed with what I was saying about the TCC. And now everyone is overjoyed that Bashar al Assad has won the Syrian election. I don’t like what the West has done to Syria and the world, but the illusion of independent, sovereign nation States endures and is widespread. I’ve voted a couple of times in my life (because I don’t want to be extremist). I made a mistake. It made no difference. Of course, I’m much, much better informed now than when I voted.

  4. Arby says:

    Brain chips within the next decade? Here’s my crazy theory: We are rolling into Armageddon and there’s no way that this perverted, cruel system of things will last that long. See my blog post titled “WHO’s “One Hour” Reign”:

  5. Arby says:

    I’m waiting for James to look, hard, at the subject of the isolation or non isolation of Sars CoV 2.

    • ccuthbert2001 says:

      He doesn’t have to. It’s been done and it’s obvious to anyone with biology background, especially some bench work. A virus has NOT been isolated/purified. Cowan and Kaufman have gone over this many times.

      • Arby says:

        He doesn’t have to? That’s pathetic. I’d like to hear it from James if you don’t mind. I guess you haven’t noticed that most of those in the anti-covid 1984 camp are trapped within Rockefeller health care science ideology and they believe (and sometimes just choose to believe) in the gene theory and that viruses exist and that there’s a Sars CoV 2 virus. My wanting to know what James’s position is, in that case, is reasonable.

        • ccuthbert2001 says:

          I don’t care from whom you hear it. I was not commenting on you not being reasonable. Geez.

          Just saying that Cowan and Kaufman, who are correct and have credentials have already done the work. James, who I think said he doesn’t have the knowledge to evaluate this point (although I could be wrong and would like to be corrected if so), doesn’t have to cover that aspect of the scam unless he wants to because it’s already been covered.

  6. bob387 says:

    Good interview. I actually entered into a light trance state of euphoria, as happens when listening to intelligent people talk.
    The Corbett Method is important. It will become best practice to document sources as he does. It will be required for journalistic credibility. It will infiltrate into the bureaucracy; the coin of the realm for the ambitious that purchases the holy grail of verisimilitude. Bald, undocumented assertions will become anathema. Every expert will be expected to produce a source sheet.
    And you will come into some money and have many children.

    The veil has lifted. I can see no more. That’ll be $5.00, please.

  7. hugo.c says:

    Yes, great interview. I liked the “cut” to move people away from ThemTube.

    On a completely unrelated topic, I found out from Patrick Heningsen (21st Century Wire) that we lost Iain R Crane this last week. There’s a 20 odd minute tribute to his work particularly against fracking.

    RIP, Mr Crane.

  8. mkey says:

    Avi Yemini OWNS police who tried to ARREST him today at lockdown protest

    TLDR the order followers want to arrest the guy because he isn’t wearing his mask properly, regardless of the “rule” stating the representatives of the (authorized, which he isn’t) media do not have to wear masks while they are covering an event.

    • Octium says:

      Need to be careful with Avi

      If you’re not familiar with Australian alt media personalities, there are two kinds…

      1)Broc west
      2)Governments plants

      And we’ve lost Broc west!

      • Duck says:

        I dont see that the link means much… not saying he is not bad but here are tons of mall ninja’s offering the same kinda thing all over the world and tons of regular people have done those kinda courses-unless things are really tightly regulated over there?

      • weilunion says:

        Australia is not alone in advancing weapons training. All settler countries like the US, Israel, Colombia, New Zealand etc. are seeing a surge in weapons sales and training. Have been for years.

        When surplus populations cannot eat and live in the informal economy, fear eats at the social fabric and creates fear and chaos.

        Those in the so-called middle class saddle up for the posse.

        All of this comes with ridiculous social inequality at every level and with no movement to fight, atomized and State violence will continue.

        • Duck says:

          Counter point:
          Consider that the class of people who ere free and had some kind of political power traditionally had some kind of weapons training and martial ability… the ruling class of the Aztec empire, japan, persia, india and everywhere else had such traditional training, the vikings had them democratized out to far more people…. the fact is that the people WHO DO NOT have such traditions are the powerless poor and serf class.

          No one wants the poor people to learn such things- I read in a italian renaissance fight-book that the peasants were never to be taught the contents since they were just beasts of burden.

          In Japan they disarmed the serf class, if a group of people are kept away from training how to fight the odds are they are a subject class and will remain so…. “power speaks out of the barrel of a gun” is not ‘totally’ without merit 😉

        • Duck says:

          THough… adding to what I wrote it occurs to me that the NEW ‘best weapons’ are mind control via mass media and information flow control , since people are most free when the gap between THEIR weapons their rulers weapons is not too big the future looks bad..

          Normies CAN get such media and info leverage in a thru technology but today people like to just have everything ready made and easy, reducing tech to magic and themselves to helpless Cargo Cultists enmeshed in tech they dont understand and cant control.

      • mkey says:

        At either rate, I’m not promoting Avi Yemini in any way. Just showing another blatant example of police conduct. Or are you intimating that there could be subterfuge afoot and that he’s in cahoots with the piggies? I’m sure there’s some of that going on as well.

    • Arby says:

      That guy’s a dog.

  9. Duck says:

    The first step to taking control of your own computing is to ply with a “live” USB or CD of linux which when you take out the media and reboot sets your computer back to normal…. doing things like adding RAM to a junky old PC and running 32 bit puppy on it is a gate way… until people start to play with their machines they will just be consumers

    I saw a video where a gun guy was saying the ‘real’ reason the US gov hates kit guns and 80% lowers is that when people do a simple job and succeed it makes them bolder at trying and learning skills.

    Steve jobs most evil act was to make computers into appliances rather then tools… no one thinks their TV or stove makes them more powerful the way a scroll saw or drill press can

  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    At the 14:40 minute mark, Alison Morrow mentions interviewing a Doctor in Michigan being targeted by the FTC.
    The Doctor interviewed was Dr. David Brownstein, who I have mentioned repeatedly in the comment sections.
    ~~ NEBULIZED salt water with a weak mix of Hydrogen Peroxide was an extremely successful protocol which he helped to pioneer with his many patients, as told by their video testimonies.

    I posted that Alison Morrow interview with Dr. Brownstein in the Corbett Report comments on a HUGE SUB-THREAD of ALTERNATIVE HEALTH APPROACHES TO COVID.

    Alison’s video is entitled:
    Successful Covid Doctor SILENCED by Federal Trade Commission
    Dr. David Brownstein has successfully treated more than a hundred patients with Covid 19, without a single fatality. When he published interviews with patients and results of their treatment on his own website, however, he received a letter from the Federal Trade Commission telling him he was violating the law.
    The FTC wrote:
    “It is unlawful under the FTC Act, 15 U.S.C Sec. 41 et seq. to advertise that a product or service can prevent, treat, or cure human disease unless you possess competent and reliable scientific evidence, including, when appropriate, well-controlled human clinical studies, substantiating that the claims are true at the time they are made. For COVID-19, no such study is currently known to exist for the products or services identified above. Thus, any Coronavirus-related prevention or treatment claims regarding such products or services are not supported by competent and reliable scientific evidence. You must immediately cease making all such claims.”
    Dr. Brownstein is a Board-Certified family physician with decades of experience working with patients who have heard “there’s nothing we can do for you.” He is the Medical Director of the Center for Holistic Medicine in West Bloomfield, MI. According to his website, “Dr. Brownstein has lectured internationally to physicians and others about his success in using natural hormones and nutritional therapies in his practice. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Wayne State University School of Medicine. Dr. Brownstein is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American College for the Advancement in Medicine.”

    • Until I’ve seen some evidence that there is actually a new virus of significance, I’m going to be sitting here wondering if, thanks to this scamdemic, people like Brownstein inadvertently found powerful treatments & cures for whatever causes the ‘common flu’ (and maybe some other common illnesses).

      I’m putting together a list of the treatments/cures I’ve seen mentioned most.
      If anyone has something to add, please do.

      Vitamin D
      • Ivermectin
      • Zinc
      • Vitamin C
      • Hydroxychloroquine (aka: HCQ) + Zinc
      • Casirivimab + Imdevimab (aka: Regeneron, aka: REGEN-COV)
      • Nebulized Hydrogen Peroxide & Iodine
      • Remdesivir (highly skeptical of this one)

      • mkey says:

        I’m not sure vitamins and zinc should be treated as cures, it’s like saying washing hands, breathing fresh air and taking in sunlight.

        And of course this bares repeating as people don’t seem to undetstand/refuse to accept the most basic facts of life. Easier to just get a pill.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Dr. Peter McCullough published a digest of Covid treatment protocols during 2020.
        (At the 8:34 mark is a list and dosage of drugs)(Oct 12, 2020)
        Ambulatory Treatment of COVID-19. Peter McCullough, MD

        YouTube Channel of “Association of American Physicians and Surgeons” (AAPS) is one of the few medical organizations which did not suppress the communication about treatment options for Covid. This is probably due to the fact that AAPS is composed of independent Doctors and not hospital nor institutionally tied Doctors.

        Dr. Peter McCullough has credentials of high altitude which played a role in getting the paper published. With a focus on at-home, pre-hospital treatment protocols, McCullough gathered information from physicians around the world, names of which many Corbett members would recognize.
        It was the first time there was an actual organized conglomeration of different Covid treatment options in the published literature.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Dr. Peter McCullough Interview 5/19/2021 by John Leake
          (One hour 46 minutes)

          Whitney Webb is mentioned 4 or 5 times by Dr. Peter McCullough in this interview.
          The interview helps to shine a light on the Covid timeline, and the responses by institutions, and also the acts of courageous medical professionals around the world. It is insightful.
          A highlight of the timeline is the deliberate death sentence by Authorities to those Covid patients who were denied treatment options at home.
          There still remains no Authoritarian version of an effective treatment protocol prior to hospitalization.
          Personally, I call it deliberate genocide.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Here is a 17 minute edited version with some highlights from the above long video interview with Dr. Peter McCullough.
            Via LewRockwell on Rumble format
            World-Renowned Academic Physician Blows Lid Off COVID Vaccines

            Dr. Peter McCullough has been mentioned repeatedly in the past in the comment sections.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Great quick concise video. It’s mind boggling that they want to have a yearly “vaccine” program. Who is going to allow themselves to be injected with this crap year after year? I know a lot of people will but definitely not me and a lot of others who got sick from the first one won’t get another one.

              It seems like they are trying kill us off en mass. People need to push back.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I’m curious to find out what will happen this flu season if a Covid variant comes back and how all the vaxed people will respond to wild type virus. The Thai doctor in Germany, Dr. Bhakti was talking about the ADE phenomenon on the perspectives on the pandemic series. I watched it on YouTube and I think it’s linked on Dr. Woodargs website.

                They will probably say it’s a deadly new strain we need more lockdowns when actually it will be people sick from the mRNA shot. People in the US need to start making some noise about this.

                I talk to people who took the shot who didn’t know they plan on rolling these out year after year. Most of the people said they wouldn’t take another one.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              May 18, 2021 Dr. Peter A McCullough Gives the Multi-Drug Treatment Protocol for Covid Patients at home in order to prevent hospitalizations and death.
              (18 minutes – with visual graphic)

              From “SciTech Central Conferences” – Talk Title: Multifaceted Highly Targeted Sequential Multidrug Treatment of Early Ambulatory High-Risk SARS-CoV-2 Infection (COVID-19)
              Video Title: Peter A McCullough | Texas A & M University | USA | SciTech Central COVID-19

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Physician List & Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment
                (I’m pretty sure that tele-medicine is offered.)
                The website has a lot of articles, resources and information.

                The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons – AAPS – is a non-partisan professional association of physicians in all types of practices and specialties across the country.

                AAPS Fights to Preserve Medical Freedom!
                AAPS speaks for Physicians NOT Corporate or Government Interests!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        NAC – N-acetylcysteine (a supplement) and Aspirin should go on that list.

        Evidently the “spike” can cause blood clotting, and so, some Doctors who prescribe Ivermectin also suggest taking Aspirin in order to thin the blood. (I’m wondering if Tumeric / Curcumin might fulfill the same objective, because it can act as an anticoagulant.)

        NAC – N-acetylcysteine hit the mainstream medical literature as part of auxiliary Covid treatment; orally, intravenously and inhaled as a mist.
        NAC is a crucial component of glutathione, the body’s best antioxident. (Glutathione is made up of three amino acids — cysteine, glutamine, and glycine.)
        NAC has been a vitamin supplement for decades.

        It must play a strong role with Covid and health, because now the FDA is trying to ban NAC.
        Story about the ban, and my anecdote about how NAC saved my life.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Enzyme Therapy and “the Spike”
        I have a hypothesis that Enzyme Therapy might help people in certain situations. In recent weeks, I have been revisiting the topic and experimenting again with this type of therapy.

        In the U.S., we now have over 100 million human manufacturing entities producing billions of antagonistic-protein-spikes (which might also contain harmful prions.)
        In other words, more than 100 million Covid vaccinated people.
        We have heard the anecdotes about “shedding”.
        “Shedding” SUB_THREAD which ties to other Sub-Threads…

        Anyone can research “Enzyme Therapy” or “Systemic Enzyme Therapy” or “Serrapeptase” or “Wobenzym” and follow the line of thought.
        There are many varied applications with this approach, including inflamation or “cleaning” the arteries.
        Quercetin is often taken with Bromelain in order to promote better absorption. Rutin and other Bioflavinoids also are often used in conjunction with enzymes.

        Meat tenderizers are often primarily a couple of enzymes, such as Papain and Bromelain. They break down proteins.
        When I get a mosquito bite or stung with formic acid from an ant, I will rub some papaya enzyme on the bite. It breaks down the proteins affiliated with the swelling, and thus lessens the itch.
        However, chigger bites don’t work this way with papain, because the chigger mite actually secretes an enzyme which dissolves your skin tissue, then they suck up the liquid skin.

        Anyway, my line of thought is that this type of therapy might be useful when there are billions of wild hare protein spikes out there.
        Enzymes help to break down proteins.

      • ccuthbert2001 says:

        “Until I’ve seen some evidence that there is actually a new virus of significance, I’m going to be sitting here wondering if, thanks to this scamdemic, people like Brownstein inadvertently found powerful treatments & cures for whatever causes the ‘common flu’ (and maybe some other common illnesses). ”

        YES, ANIMALS AREN’T FOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        It drives me nutz that these mds aren’t getting it. They prescribe anti-parasite meds and da covid goes away. Does it never occur to these people that their patients had parasites?

        It is so idiotic that tptb choose a pseudo-virus that supposedly causes the common cold, pretend this pseudo-virus is suddenly killing millions of people (how?) and the mds fall for it, claiming they have cured da covid. Cured the common cold? Really? I can do that. I’d just wait 3-4 days.


    • flammable says:

      The FTC Act 15 US Code should be applied to the Covid-19 injection right now for deceptively being labeled as a vaccine. As for the treatment of Covid-19, the FTC Act should not be applied as Covid-19 is not legally a disease but a set of symptoms. Disease must have defined characteristics and cause, it must have clinical presentation, and it must be diagnosed with appropriate tools and methods. The faulty PCR test with a disclaimer that it cannot diagnose Covid-19 continues to be allowed because Covid-19 is symptoms and therefore does not have to follow any rules or laws.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Nebulized Hydrogen Peroxide & Dr. Mercola censorship & Dr. Brownstein

      I should include this SUB-THREAD, because it gives further details about Nebulized Hydrogen Peroxide.

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Around the 1:04 minute mark, Alison Morrow asks the question: “What is the point of all the mass immigration we have seen over the past few years?”

    Tidbit: Lee Hamilton of 9/11 fame
    In 2009, I went to see Lee Hamilton speak at the University of North Texas (Denton).
    The topic of immigration was not really on the news radar at that time. I was surprised by Lee Hamilton strongly advocating for it.
    More here…

  12. Justin Valentine says:

    I wonder if the MSM has noticed how many of these mass shooters & “domestic terrorists” seemed to carry out their acts shortly after returning from the Philippines. Terry Nichols (OKC), Stephen Paddock (Las Vegas), Samuel Cassidy (San Jose). I doubt it’s those mail order brides making them so angry. Amazing how much terrorism is in the Philippines with all that US military & Intelligence presence. Not to mention a pint sized dictator to boot.

  13. Denis says:

    Wonder what was that about feedlots?

  14. Denis says:

    Ouch. I had written a whole book here, then closed the page before submitting.

    • I know that pain well.
      It caused me to develop a habit of typing into Notepad++ and copy-pasting into the comment field when I’m done.
      Also, if I do type directly into the comment field, I automatically (subconsciously) copy it to the clipboard multiple times as I go, and one last time before clicking the send/submit button (because of the risk of submission failure or login timeout).

  15. vadoum says:

    Black nano worms in face masks? what? This seemingly too far too stupid,,, as in how can it not be propatainment story, is making further strides to remain above the radar.

    Ive seen a few journalistic sites pick this up. Heres a look at the story from:

    Jon Rappaport

    [SNIP – url posted is a link to your gmail inbox, not a link to the article. -JC]

  16. Fedor says:

    Migrants are more compliant and dependant. So this is the part of an agenda to replace people having property and their family core by cheap labor.

  17. vadoum says:

    at the very beginning of this interview Alison says “were just waiting for him to get into the green room,,” what?

    James, I thought we were watching you in the little apartment (that youve shown from the outside)?

    An image arises of someone who calls himself “james” doing a selfy video while walking in the park,,, but actually walking on a tread mill, a fan blows occasional gusts into the mike while in the otherwise empty room a camera is before him while a green curtain hangs on the wall just behind, could it be in a bunker in Antarctica?

    or maybe she was using a show biz term casually?

    note: personally, It doesn’t bother and wouldn’t surprise that this technique may be employed, but its always nice to meet that slippery thing we call truth in this age of the sprung lie.

  18. vadoum says:

    from zero hedge: if this tech exists at this level,, whats to stop it? one would have to completely change ID. The guts of this is in the short horror docu-drama at the end of the article. I reluctantly imagine: target-execute anti-genetherapy endangering the continuity of our conspiracy-conspiracy.

    with killer hornets hovering, I wonder if a mirror would repel them?

    Topic: “Slaughterbots’

    • vadoum says:

      Day by day, I find ever denser presentation of these points. this fits that trend, which makes it sharable,, thanks

      I see Transhumanism in the sense that its presented as suicidal.

      Sure physically disabled people deserve the best that tech mavens can conjure; but allowing access to a googleplex of data would likely just perpetuate the manic mind: that which rattles on when trying to be calm, that which projects & fantasizes, often at terrific cost to others. meaning has been stolen.

      lifes longing for itself and the transcendant experience of loving connection, states of grace, becoming beauty,,, none of that can be orbited or reproduced or programmed nor ever repeat

  19. tunneller says:

    Fantastic interview. Good to hear about Alison.

  20. welbyjn says:

    James absolutely knocks this interview out of the park. One of the best performances of Corbett I have ever seen.
    The level of intelectual honesty and profesional journalism displayed during this talk would never be possible in any MSM channel. So refreshing to see how James maintained total logical coherence and almost perfect dialog.

  21. Torus says:

    James’ response to the cost/benefit of delving into his work, barely scratches the surface…

    As a follower of this work for a mere 8 months, I have begun a profound transformation, a true paradigm shift has taken place! It is impossible to go back to my previous view of the world after exposure to this reality. That being said, the cost/benefit is quite substantial.

    Cost: A loss of respect and support for previously trusted institutions, individuals, organizations, systems, and businesses.

    Benefit: An increased motivation to live a deliberate, conscious, thriving existence founded on mutual respect, self-awareness, and freedom of choice.

    The first few months of exploring the various avenues of the truth-reality was frightening and devastating at times, as though going through a grieving process at the loss of my rose-colored glasses. I have since emerged from those dark, fearful moments, resolute, corageous and ready for action.
    I am hopeful for humanity, despite the stacked odds against us. Each one of us have the creative abilities to shape our individual lives. We are still “free enough” at the moment to change our course and give our energy to defending our fundamental rights and directing our talents in a peer-to-peer economy.

    Thank you James, for opening the doors to reality. Though I’ve existed outside of the brainwashed-normie world (being TV free for a decade), your work and the paths around it, have significantly altered my world view. I am forever thankful for both the information and the inspiration you provide.

    The benefits of taking the red-pill far outweigh the costs.


  22. ben.g says:

    Wow. These interviews with ex-msm are extraordinary things I never thought I would hear, potentially “dangerously” potent.

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