Interview 1646 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

06/04/202154 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 week:

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Story #1: Killer Drone ‘Hunted Down a Human Target’ Without Being Told To

Patrick Henningsen Exposes the Human Rights – Industrial Complex

The Assassination of Gaddafi

Use of NSA Metadata to Find Drone Targets Kills Civilians

Slaughterbots - Bots Against Humans

Story #2: These Florida Concert Tickets Are $18 If You're Vaccinated, $1,000 If You're Not

Plot Twist: It's Not NOFX, RT Just Used Their Picture For the Article

TEENAGE BOTTLEROCKET, MakeWar, Rutterkin (closely read description about DISCOUNTED tickets)

'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' (1956 Scene)

Story #3: California Restaurant Owner Tacks On $5 Fee For Customers Who Refuse To Remove Masks

Mendocino Restaurant Adds $5 Fee for Customers Wearing Masks

JBS Shutters All US Meat Plants As Cyber Attack Jeopardizes Food Supply

Amazon US Customers Have One Week to Opt Out of Mass Wireless Sharing

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  1. dsz says:

    Just want to say as a new subscriber, I am enjoying the content very much. A breath of fresh air. The New World Next Week with JEP show is particularly enjoyable. Thanks for all you do. Truly inspiring.

    Keep up the great work.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I’m just another regular standard Corbett Member, but I want to give you a welcome to the comment boards from all of us. We love seeing new folks!

  2. TimmyTaes says:

    LOL! yeah Paul Williams the concert promoter thought of the idea for $1,000 tickets for the Un Vaxed. Do be a do bee. Don’t be a UV. (You’d have to be my age to get that joke.)
    I really like your reporting together. You are getting better with every episode. Thanks so much!
    PS: How much money was paid to Paul Wiliams by Pfizer? Tim

    • chrin says:

      I am a small business owner in a Mid Atlantic state. I received several emails from the state division of small business promoting a vaccine incentive program, which would grant $5,000 to cover the cost of a promotion to customers who are vaccinated. The concert promotor probably participated in something similar. There are most likely a great number of these programs running.

  3. TimmyTaes says:

    the “Drone Angels” angle is pretty funny. If I was a young man, I guess I’d have to put a chip in my dick to prove I kept it in my pants. Maybe a little “Dick Cam” to prove the shield was on at the time of intercourse. (Footage would be date time stamped of course.)

    I’m enjoying this episode of the news very much. TJM

  4. bob387 says:

    Del Bigtree closed his show this week with a song. Just Say No.
    Looks like it was done in Unity, Saskatchewan, Canada.

  5. Alchemist says:

    They still have some work to do

  6. TimmyTaes says:

    The Fiddleheads Go Fund Me page is up to $7500. It was just $4800 a few days ago. My wife and I used to drive to Mendocino from Healdsburg a few times a year. Mendocino is a beautiful old town on the Pacific coast. Old hippies run the place and they have kinda become Nazis imo. You can’t paint your house the “wrong” color there.
    But for you driving enthusiasts of Ferraris, Porsches, and Ducatis; (who I know frequent this site) the drive from Hburg to Mendocino is a delight. 30 minutes north on the four lane Hwy 101 through vineyards; then at Cloverdale you get on the two lane Hwy 128 which winds up into the oak covered hills with hair pin turns and steep ascents and descents.
    You then go into the Anderson Valley watershed of more vineyards and a winding two lane road. Eventually you reach the deep, dark, and tall redwood forest on the Navarro River which leads Hwy 128 to the ocean.
    Suddenly the blue sky reappears and you drive north on Hwy One along the ocean to Mendocino.
    It is the best 2.5 to 3 hour drive on the planet.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I like how you paint the picture Timmy. It helps add context and texture to “Fiddleheads”.

      I appreciate Corbett putting a focus on these type of actions.
      ha!…it’s nice to come up for air occasionally when the New World Order news bullshit gets too deep.

    • arcadia11 says:

      fiddleheads is about two hours from where i live. i am planning a little trip up there for lunch with a few friends. totally worth the beautiful drive to
      support castleman in person. i am way looking forward to this.

    • I don’t know anyone who would have predicted the hippie towns becoming authoritarian yuppie towns but it absolutely is happening.

      Thank you for the additional information, especially the gofundme.
      These people greatly deserve our support.

      For anyone who wants to donate, this seems to be their official website:
      It’s also the site Yelp has listed for them.
      You’ll see the gofundme link when you go to that site.

      I can only donate a tiny bit but I’ll make sure I get at least 10 other people to donate.
      I will also send them a thank you letter.

    • nicky.h says:

      My Visit to Fiddleheads Cafe

      I visited the Fiddleheads Cafe in Mendocino, California, this past Sunday. The quaint little seaside town of Mendocino is situated on a butte surrounded by steep cliffs and rocks jutting out from the restless waters of the Pacific. On arrival in the town, I noticed virtually everyone on the streets was masked. It is a bustling touristy little place, with many restaurants, museums, galleries, and other attractions. And has stunning views; this has got to be one of the most beautiful locations on the northern California coastline. As you would expect from a location such as this, it is more than a little windy much of the time. In fact, it was hold-on-to-your-hats windy when I was there. This making outdoor mask wearing even more of a nonsense, as any exhaled (covid-infected?) droplets would be immediately taken up by the swirling winds. But, as we all know, mask wearers are oblivious to logic and common sense. So I just want to make clear that Mendocino is not some kind of rebel town; anything but! Which makes all the more courageous the stand taken by Fiddleheads Cafe.

      I walked in and immediately sensed the warm friendly vibes. And the smiling intelligent faces of customers and staff. Wow this place is an oasis. Or, to use a metaphor from the landscape, it is a rock of sanity, amidst an ocean of blind conformity, with occasional lashings of angry waves. Apparently, I had just missed an irate local taking the time to drop by and call Chris “stupid”. I enjoyed a delicious vegetarian meal, and meaningful conversation with customers, some sharing sad stories of covid conflict with family and friends.

      I chatted with Chris a while. He explained that the reopening of his business followed pressure he exerted by protesting. After the county removed the plywood boards he had fastened to the exterior, he placed messages and information on the inside of the windows that was equally disliked by county officials. And he also protested with sign etc on the street. He may not be able to stay open anyway because the owner of the commercial property he rents is trying to evict him. But one thing he said really struck me. He believes that courage is contagious, and he hopes his actions will inspire other business owners to behave similarly. Imposing mask wearing on staff is wrong. Just because some medical “authority” tells you to do it will never make it right. We discussed this weakness in human psychology, how most businesses owners automatically do exactly as they are told, in relation to the well known Milgram experiment.

      Anyway, to wrap up, Fiddleheads has a great vibe and great food. And is well worth a visit to Mendocino. Catch it while you can.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Nicky! That was a pleasant read! Thanks!

      • mkey says:

        That place sounds like someplace one could take a vaccation to. Chris seems to be a level headed guy, packing quite a bit of wisdom.

        In regards to people who like to hand down commands received from above: it’s the classics order following mindset resting squarely on brain damage preventing rational thought and enabling behavior where motivation is never questioned; be it when issuing commands or obeying them. This is a class of extremely deleterious people.

  7. Fact Checker says:

    So seriously does Broc compose the hilarious thumbnail art for all the NWNWs?

    Last week’s Little Green Man at Vaxxapalooza was Lough-Out-Loud funny…

    But this week’s Rainbow/BLM-Logo Drones-on-the-Attack are so deeply hilarious/disturbing that I just gaped in awe of it and it short-circuited my capacity for audible laughter.

    I would love to know the process for how these ingenious, pastiche-cartoons get generated!

  8. brumma says:

    Thank you James! Thank you thank you thank you 🙏

  9. pogo says:

    Verry nice…congrats particularly on the drone-jabbers image! This is my first comment to you James (x2) and – apart from wonder and congratulation – I’m using it to give you an MIT link ( I just found, and whose last paragraph (first sentence)is particularly revealing.
    Keep up the wonderful work!

  10. barle says:

    James – you should make a new backup YouTube channel, and then another when your “main” channel gets removed. I think it is important to have content available for new, casual, viewers. The rate of growth in this community will surely suffer from removing the chance to accidentally stumble upon your videos via YouTube. My opinion.

    • Double edged sword

      • By staying on YouTube, many people will be awakened who would otherwise not be awakened, especially since YouTube videos can be embedded on/in so many websites & applications that disallow embedding of videos from other video sharing sites.

      • By washing our hands of YouTube completely, the effort to create and advance alternative decentralized platforms, technologies & innovations will benefit significantly; as will our soul & sanity.

      With that said, I think that, after weighing the two carefully, it does make more sense to keep posting & reposting on YouTube.
      Especially since YouTube clearly doesn’t want us to.
      Think of YouTube as the Matrix.
      Have your base set up outside of the Matrix on sites like BitChute & lbry and think of your TubeTube posting as hacking resistance messages into the Matrix to pull people out.

      His main channel has already been removed and he’s now posting to his backup channel
      I’m guessing you already know this and are suggesting that he make a backup for the backup, and continue to do so every time one gets removed.

      • taxpayer says:

        barle, AAF,
        Corbett’s works are CC-licensed. So you could upload them to youtube yourselves, as long as you credit James. Of course you’d need to create a google account, and it seems you wouldn’t be permitted to monetize them.

        • And that’s probably the best way to do it.
          If a bunch of us were creating duplicate channels, YouTube would be on the losing end of a giant whack-a-mole game.

          The biggest issue would be that YouTube requires text verification for every account, so there would be burner phone costs, or online virtual phone costs, involved.
          You might be able to get away with using the same phone number for more than one account, but I would say there’s a fair chance YouTube’s system checks for numbers previously submitted by banned accounts and, if found, elevates the new account to a suspicious, highly-monitored status.

          Beyond that, we’d likely want to modify the videos with things like watermarks, black bars, video-in-TV, or other graphics to avoid automated recognition of already-banned videos.

  11. beaudarc says:

    Perhaps someone can clear this up for me. I am living in China, and have been for the last 7 years. Because of the firewall that limits access to outside websites, websites like youtube, twitter, NYtimes etc, and etc, are not accessible. Yet I have never had any problem accessing eg. `corbett report’ `off-guardian’ `cutting through the matrix’ with the (late) alan watts (which, by the way was not his real name) I am a bit confuzzled.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Interesting. Thanks for the anecdote from China, beaudarc. I did not know that you were over there. From the U.S., sometimes, it is hard to get a grasp as to what is going on in China, and I am sure that different regions have different characteristics.
      In Texas, we have the Bois D’arc tree, and even Bois D’arc festivals.

      As far as the selective censorship goes, I don’t know why.

      Here is a China tidbit which I heard/saw on a video with Gareth Soloway about a month ago. Sidenote: Soloway correctly called the recent sudden Bitcoin crash to the dollar level, to 30k, well before the crash, and he thinks it could move sideways for a bit, then lower to 20k or so. I saw his charts and hypothesis…then about a week later it happened.

      Anyway, Gareth Soloway has a theory about the Chines stock market.
      QUOTES: The Shanghai Composite is likely set to rocket from its current 3,418 recent close to as high as 20,000. This is a 3-year target. The metrics are easy to grasp. The first thing is to note the Bitcoin (BTC) chart below. Notice the wedge pattern prior to the breakout. [GRAPH is shown]
      Why am I comparing the Shanghai Composite to Bitcoin? First, the chart pattern setup is identical. The Bitcoin bullish wedge was a thing of beauty and so is the one on the Shanghai Composite. Note the chart below. [GRAPH]
      Next, understand what Bitcoin did over the past year. It broke out above the wedge pattern around $10,000 and ran to $65,000. So this identical chart pattern saw a move of 550%, once the bullish wedge pattern broke to the upside. If the bullish wedge pattern behaves the same, The Shanghai Composite can be expected to surge to same amount, nailing that 20,000 level.

      Many investors will ask, why does a chart pattern dictate the same move? The answer is, it doesn’t by itself. However, the similarities between the Shanghai Composite and Bitcoin are far too many to ignore. First, the Shanghai Composite is a newer market much like Bitcoin that has limited global investors. China continues to keep investments redistricted, keeping capital out of their equities markets. In addition, the transparency of Chinese companies is something that investors all over the world are concerned with. Recently, the SEC stated that Chinese companies traded on US exchanges would have 3 years to report earnings based on generally accepted accounting principals (GAAP) or risk being delisted. The concern over transparency has been….–equities/shanghai-composite-nearing-major-breakout-target-20000?post=310893

    • Having a corbetteer in China is a very valuable thing.

  12. MagicBullet says:

    So now I guess there’s going to be a burgeoning market for cloaking mechanisms to avoid, surface to air missiles, and anti-drone drones to fight attack drones. At least it’s good for the economy.

    • weilunion says:

      With financial capitalism struggling to find new homes for fictitious capital, the new model of the future of capitalism, at least in the militarized West, will be to create the ‘repressive’ accumulation of capital.

      Repressive accumulation is the new, even more vicious stage of capitalism whereby profits are made through social repression. This means that the new means of production, the 5G revolution for one, new modes of technology, are increasingly being produced to actually repress populations. Maybe a’magic robotized cloak’?

      Be it facial recognition, state of the art tracing hand held computers, containment, walls, drones, spyware, securitization, militarized helmets, prisons, state of the art electrocution, etc., ‘capital’ accumulates new profits while suppressing the population: the surplus population that: is a planetary population of billions that will never work. And it is growing by leaps and bounds all over the world as capitalism collapses.

      The hedge funds like Blackwell know this.

      This delightful new model of capitalism bent on accumulation through repression does two important things for the international ruling class: 1). It creates profits in an environment where debt no longer works to create profit and where people are literally living in poverty, 2). the products and goods and services created under this form of primitive repressive accumulation puts down any unruly unrest, develops planetary tracing and 27/7 defense of private capital.

      Yes, it is great for the economy of militarism, banking and gangsters.

      For the working class and those not able to find work, it is a death sentence.
      Or so the huge transnationals think.

      But take a look at Colombia, for one place. The youth have nothing to lose. They will not accept this new paradigm of capitalistic hell. Nor will billions on earth.

      The biggest fear of ALL ruling classes throughout history is an organized working class. Americans should learn history.

  13. alyour says:

    Keep up the good work guys!

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    For those who aren’t familiar, it is worth a cursory look at Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi’s quest in establishing a single gold-backed currency for Africa called the Gold Dinar.

    3 hour 1981 Film via Muammar Gaddafi starring Anthony Quinn
    Lion of the Desert

    In January 2021, over the course of three evenings, I watched this movie. I was surprised, because I had never heard of the film before, much less heard about it in 1981 as a young man.
    Understandably so, because it was heavily censored.
    Aspects of the film are impressive. I was astounded at the ‘special effects’ and vintage armaments. 1981. In context of that era of movies, this film stands out. Personally, I think the film still stands out today, maybe more so with the Globalist Fascist State of 2020-2021.

    The backstory of the film is what strikes me.
    Wikipedia EXCERPTS
    Lion of the Desert is a 1981 Libyan historical epic war film about the Second Italo-Senussi War, starring Anthony Quinn as Libyan tribal leader Omar Mukhtar, a Bedouin leader fighting the Regio Esercito (Italian Royal Army) and Oliver Reed as Italian General Rodolfo Graziani, who attempted to defeat Mukhtar.
    It was…funded by the government under Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

    Released in May 1981, the film has received positive reviews from critics, but performed poorly at the box office, gaining revenues of US$1.5 million worldwide despite having a $35 million budget.
    The film was banned in Italy in 1982 and was only shown on pay TV in 2009…

    …This introductory scene is part of historic records that show us the rise of fascism in Italy, and how it impacted Libya tragically.
    The scene concludes by telling us that the characters and the events in this film are real and based on historical facts…

    …Despite their bravery, the Libyan Arabs and Berbers suffered heavy losses, their relatively primitive weaponry was no match for mechanised warfare; despite all this, they continued to fight, and managed to keep the Italians from achieving complete victory for 20 years. Graziani was only able to achieve victory through deceit, deception, violation of the laws of war and human rights, and by the use of tanks and aircraft….

    I am sure that there could be endless discussions about the film and its message, war, fascism, oppression, Gaddafi, etc. Regardless, this film was new to me in January 2021.

  15. cowhand says:

    Sky Net smiles.

  16. wave.watcher says:

    While listening to the Killer Drone story a thought hit me, with these driverless cars that Elon Musk is creating which run over people, speed through parking lots at full throttle until they crash and roll, and once it’s all connected to the Internet of Things, it’s not going to be too hard for them to program the cars to connect to a facial recognition system, and when it spots some person on a wanted list on the street, jump the curb, run over the sidewalk, through a park or through someone’s backyard fence to pursue in an attempt to kill said ‘wanted’ person.

    Even if they don’t go that far and the cars are just sending facial photos back to the system to get a location so a Killer Drone can be deployed to the area, all without making a positive ID.

    I wonder if George Floyd’s identical twin brother was as bad as he was, passing off counterfeit $20 bills, doing illegal drugs, etc?

    • bob387 says:


      I think killer drones may be looking for work in the near future, because we will all be connected, which I am sure will include an on-off switch.

  17. zyxzevn says:

    Fauci’s Dishonesty and Co-Conspirators Revealed!
    Peak Prosperity
    In this episode, I break down a very short window of time from Jan 31, 2020 to Feb 2 – 2020 when Fauci met with key representatives of the Wellcome Trust, WHO, NIH and senior private virologists. They presumably discussed prior and ongoing gain of function experiments on SARS CoV viruses as well as the lab leak origin theory that was worriedly gaining steam out in the public eye.

    Mere days after this meeting a wall of scientific opinion coupled to air-tight media backing concluded that SARS-CoV-2 could not have come from a lab but must​ have been of natural origin.

    We now know this was not based on science but was a predetermined conclusion in search of supporters and which made declarative statements that could not possibly have been grounded in actual science.

    Explained in simple languge:
    Someone puts your house on fire.
    He tells the police not to tell you.
    Then he comes back with hot air, claiming that it
    will reduce the fire.
    Water is not allowed.
    He tells you have to wait, until his expensive fire-reducer is ready,
    but it turns out to be gasoline.

    His friend tells you you can get a small room, if you
    are willing to become his slave.

  18. beaconterraone says:

    The members of the Resistance in Mendocino County are very proud of our local restaurateur. If he was closer, I’d eat there every week (the town of Mendocino is about 90 minutes from me over less-than-ideal roads).

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Reuters – June 4, 2021
    Shanghai to hold lottery for ‘red packets’ of digital yuan

    China’s financial hub Shanghai will hold a lottery over the weekend giving residents the chance to win electronic “red packets” worth nearly 20 million yuan ($3 million) combined, as the country accelerates its testing of the digital yuan.

    Shanghai’s announcement that it will distribute 350,000 red packets each containing 55 yuan worth of digital currency, or e-cny, comes days after Beijing unveiled plans for a similar campaign. read more
    [“read more” LINK summary: China’s capital Beijing will launch a lottery in June giving out free online wallets containing 200 digital yuan ($31.34) to winners, in another trial for the central bank’s eCNY, according to a notice on the city’s government website….]

    Giving gifts of cash in small red envelopes known as “red packets” is common in China.

    China is a front-runner in the global race to launch central bank digital currencies (CBDC) and has launched trials in a number of cities such as Shenzhen and Chengdu.

    The digital yuan, issued by the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), would help Beijing enhance surveillance of the economy, strengthen data control, and potentially improve the yuan’s global status, analysts say.

    The draw for the e-cny red packets will start on Saturday and end on Sunday, and anyone in Shanghai can apply to participate, the Shanghai government said in an announcement via its official Wechat account.

    Winners of the gifts can use the windfall cash from June 11 to June 20 in Shanghai and other cities running digital yuan trials such as neighbouring Suzhou, the city’s government said.

    Consumers can already use e-cny at shops, malls, supermarkets, restaurants and hotels in several major shopping districts in Shanghai.
    ($1 = 6.4057 Chinese yuan renminbi)

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    EVENT 2021
    June 5, 2021 Saturday – 10am Central Time (Dallas)

    1321 Rowan Avenue, Dallas, TX 75223

    The Highwire website will live stream it.

    – Backstory –
    In late May, 2021, Del Bigtree interviewed Richard M Fleming PhD, MD, JD
    Episode 215 THE DEFINITION OF A BIO-WEAPON of The Highwire.
    The first half of this episode covered the interview.
    During the interview, a Virus Spike Model was discussed (briefly touching on Koch’s postulates) and then how this was a designed Manmade BioWeapon. Prions are discussed.
    The Fleming-Method website has many documents supporting the gain of function concept of Sars-Cov-2. The U.S. Department of Defense played a role.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      This is a 135 page GRAPHIC “slideshow type” pdf of EVENT 2021.
      EVENT 2021:
      What If The People You Trust Are The People Causing The Problem?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A little Texas history about the new venue of “1321 Rowan Avenue, Dallas, TX” , due to a power outage at the original venue on Douglas Ave (NW Bible Church – near NW Hwy and the Dallas North Tollway – near George Bush’s home.)

      1321 Rowan Ave is home of Fair Park Bible Fellowship Church headed by a strong activist, Pastor Stephen Broden.
      On Saturday April 13, 2013 his location was the venue for “The Resist Tyranny Expo”, which included a host of speakers and many outdoor booths of like-minded organizations and people. A lot of folks turned out for the event from miles away, and of course “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” set up a table giving out free DVDs/info.
      IMAGE –

      Regina Imburgia was the primary ramrod for organizing this successful event. At the time, she had an “Activists For Truth” group and sponsored many types of actions. Previously, during the Ron Paul for President Campaign, she brought a lot of spicy activism to the endeavor.
      In more recent years, Regina also ramrodded the VAXXED movie showings at a local theater. There were other types of theater showings which she sponsored.
      Regina Imburgia is a Dallas icon for her fight against water fluoridation in North Texas.
      Dallas For Safer Water .COM has logged well over 100 Dallas City Council presentations, along with many other actions which were ramrodded by Regina.

      That’s it for today’s Texas History lesson.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        UPDATE June 27, 2021 –
        Extended VIDEO with Q&A and Intro by Pastor Broden

        Jon G. is a long time member of the “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” Meetup Group (aka “North Texans For Truth”)
        He is a film maker. Over the decades he has recorded hundreds, if not thousands, of interviews and presentations on video. He has a catalogue of names (some very famous, some esoteric) which would be the envy of serious researchers.
        Jon offers DVDs of these presentations “on the cheap”.

        YouTube has censored a few parts of the video.
        Jon says: “This is being offered gratis without logo or watermark. If you are a media company or producer, feel free to include your own signage to custom tailor it to your site. Just don’t copyright and restrict it for others to do the same.”

        “Event 2021” with Dr. Richard Fleming in Dallas, TX on Saturday June 5th, 2021
        (4 hours 16 minutes)

  21. Denis says:

    There’s The Twilight Zone episode with surveillance robot drones being everywhere and functioning exactly like that (Kind of police.). That’s IIRC, because I watched it like over 30 years ago.

  22. Arby says:

    Oh boy is James right about search engines. However, I have to say; I wanted a link for Trump’s defunding of WHO, which wasn’t, as some imply, the end of the story. I have dozens of links to sites that are good sources of info for my blog. Not one gave me a return for a search using the simple parameter of “Trump defunds WHO.” I could get garbage returns using DDG, but, obviously I wanted a link that told the story that I knew. I finally found what I was after. It was something I had bookmarked but did not use the right terms to call up. Derrick Broze covered the subject well.

    Bookmar, bookmark, bookmark is all I can say.

  23. pill says:

    I’ve heard of a similar attempt in a dark dark place in Western Europe. A restaurant opened without restrictions while it was still forbidden. It didn’t take long for the police to show up. They took some of the chairs and beat up the owner.

  24. mkey says:

    The 1000 USD is just one of the lorem ipsum “articles” that gives a title to write an article the vast majority will never read. So the content is abysmally unimportant.

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