Interview 1649 - James Corbett Destroys the China War Propaganda

06/15/202178 Comments

In today's edition of The Redpill Series, James Corbett joins Patrick MacFarlane on the Liberty Weekly podcast for a hard-hitting, information-packed and wide-ranging conversation on the 2D China vs. US war narrative that is being steered by the war propagandists and the 3D China + US reality underneath. In addition to China and the New World Order, James and Patrick talk about The Great Convergence, the question of how WWIII will be fought and what part we have to play in derailing this propaganda narrative before it destroys humanity.

[*NOTE: For those concerned about the choppy nature of the audio in this video, please LISTEN TO THE MP3. It is much higher quality.]



The Liberty Weekly Podcast
Time Reference: 0:00


China and the New World Order
Time Reference: 0:48


Getting To Beijing: Henry Kissinger's Secret 1971 Trip
Time Reference: 4:17


Rockefeller Family in China: Then and Now (Richard Rockefeller)
Time Reference: 5:07


Yale Group Spurs Mao's Emergence
Time Reference: 5:49


Skull & Bones - The Bush's China Connection
Time Reference: 6:59


Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler
Time Reference: 8:23


Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution
Time Reference: 8:24


Wall Street and FDR
Time Reference: 8:26


Antony Sutton Trilogy Of Western Technology And Soviet Economic Development
Time Reference: 9:20


Deal With the Devil: How the Global Elite Re-colonized China
Time Reference: 12:17


Norman Dodd On Tax Exempt Foundations
Time Reference: 19:16


Council On Foreign Relations (including UN origins)
Time Reference: 20:23


How Will WWIII Be Fought? – Questions For Corbett
Time Reference: 21:14


The Shadows of Power by James Perloff
Time Reference: 22:24


2034: A Novel of the Next World War
Time Reference: 22:41


Episode 402 – Your Guide to The Great Convergence
Time Reference: 23:48


From A China Traveler (Rockefeller ode to Mao in NYTimes)
Time Reference: 25:45


'Whoever leads in AI will rule the world’: Putin to Russian children on Knowledge Day
Time Reference: 27:02


‘Independent’ report claiming Uyghur genocide brought to you by sham university, neocon ideologues lobbying to ‘punish’ China
Time Reference: 31:19


Why Orwell Matters by Christopher Hitchens
Time Reference: 32:40


Why Big Oil Conquered the World
Time Reference: 36:49


Amazon US customers have one week to opt out of mass wireless sharing
Time Reference: 43:40


Echoes of WWI: China, the US, and the Next “Great” War
Time Reference: 46:00


‘Fort Detrick base is full of suspicions’: China asks US for explanation of 2019 respiratory disease after Biden’s new Covid probe
Time Reference: 46:47


Falsehood In Wartime (World War 1)
Time Reference: 53:29


Heirs of Mao’s Comrades Rise as New Capitalist Nobility (Bloomberg report on "Eight Immortals"
Time Reference: 1:00:31


Mapping China's Red Nobility (Bloomberg infographic)
Time Reference: 1:00:53


How Bloomberg “News” Censors the News
Time Reference: 1:01:30


China’s Suspiciously American Arsenal: A Closer Look
Time Reference: 01:03:58


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  1. SickBastard says:

    The Odysee video didn’t work for me.

    “The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported”

    Youtube worked, but who wants to go there and the connection was pretty terrible.

    Just the audio is great.

    2 words on James in this interview. ON FIRE!!

  2. wanderer says:


    Continued great coverage on China and its backstory. I loved your China and the New World Order episode. I have referred many people to it.

    While travelling in Shanghai, I purchased this book titled, To Change China: the Rockefeller Foundation’s Century-Long Journey in China (2013), by US professor at Oberlin College Qiusha Ma.

    Unfortunately, the book is only in Chinese, as far as I know. I haven’t tried to contact Professor Ma, but I may try doing so in the near future, though I believe she has since retired.

    • cyphergato says:

      I’m sure that’d be a very interesting read!

      Along the same lines, there’s the famous Chinese book Currency Wars by Song Hongbing that has also never been translated to English to my knowledge:

      It was released in 2007 and has the same general thesis as most Western conspiracists – central banking warfare model, Rothschilds wield tremendous influence, etc. Evidently it was quite popular when it was released.

  3. arbuckle says:

    Yes, there’s a problem with the video, but the audio file and discussion thereon was excellent.

    One point that was skirted but not iterated in so many words was that: We buy and confirm our own delusions. If you’re a relativist of course all that we are discriminatorily aware of necessarily is delusional, but whether one is Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish, or of any other faith, and even Agnostic or Atheist, it is only the mentally ill who allow themselves to believe that they alone are or should be in control of all and that their is no greater truth, authority or direction in the apparent chaos of the universe.

    Solutions watch: With all the information and propaganda we are forced to ingest, perhaps it is wise to take regular moments to find some inner peace and tranquility. As one of my teachers puts it:

    “The teachings of all the great mystical paths of the world make it clear that there is within us an enormous reservoir of power, the power of wisdom and compassion, the power of what Christ called the Kingdom of Heaven. If we learn how to use it—and this is the goal of the search for enlightenment—it can transform not only ourselves but the world around us. Has there ever been a time when the clear use of this sacred power was more essential or more urgent? Has there ever been a time when it was more vital to understand the nature of this pure power and how to channel it and how to use it for the sake of the world?”

    As you have pointed out this is a WAR, a WAR for power, far more decisive than even the horrors of the first or second WW, as unremembered as they may be today, when tens of millions of human pawns were sacrificed needlessly in an elite game of thrones for the same megalomaniac power goals of the few. Today those goals are being expressed in a consolidated format. This time it is a WAR for the mind and soul of humanity in its totality.

    I wish you all the peace, awareness, and wisdom to allow the solutions to find you.

    The only thing constant in the universe is change, transformation, and impermanence. It is up to us how we embrace that reality while being part of that change.

  4. Denis says:

    Is internet connection with Japan/James always this bad?

  5. minnie says:

    Wonderful to hear that Patrick’s parents have woken up due to the covid nonsense, and that his mum is a JC fan. I know so many people who are twisting themselves into cognitive dissonance to avoid waking up, and if you give them a good shake, they just pull the covers over their heads and mutter some angry words.

    I also know of people with brilliant brains who are twisting themselves into contortions to uphold the “China/Russia are the great Socialist hopes fighting Western Imperialism” ideology. It’s depressing.

    Really enjoyed this interview. And I do remember the China and the NWO episode, especially the bit about the Mao-Yale connection.

  6. Torus says:

    “We need to have principles and understand why we believe what we believe.
    Let’s not abandon our principles.”

    Simple, actionable, and concise. Thank you James!

  7. mlous says:

    At 57:34 reference to the White Rose Society. .here is info on the original from WW2. I think today’s group is inspired by them.

  8. slurry says:

    I’ve quit FB and only use IG for a reference for business promotion…. Though it was getting on FB back in 2007 that lead to a huge information intake for me when I “woke up” at the end of 2012, I absolutely do not want any part of social media anymore. Seeing that meme with the guy at the Nazi rally with his arms crossed has always been inspirational to me. Before I “woke up” I did have a few years of fascination with WW1 and WW2. One of the things that intrigued me so much was how people had to be deceptive about their beliefs, if they were not popular in their area. One thing that’s come to mind for me is: Who was that guy with his arms down? I wonder what happened to him? There’s probably a reason why someone took his picture, and it probably wasn’t because they thought future generations would idolize his skepticism of the nazis….. As much as I want to be vocal and speak my mind, I also can’t deny that that has resulted in bad things for many people worldwide throughout history. Everyone love the arms down guy nowadays, but they’re quick to record and shame the “anti masker” or “anti vaxxer”.

    • slurry says:

      My other point, is that I will not go on minds, telegram, mewe, or any other social media…. I’ve stopped commenting on bitchute and will stop commenting on odysee. Though most of my surrounding community are getting the gene therapy injections, I have the feeling that, if they live, they will eventually start to figure out the scam and I’ll be there to help them through it, but the brainwashing is thick. My wife gets asked daily in her line of work (hair dresser) if she’s had her shot, yet…. Or people will claim they have had their shots and ask to take their mask off. I plan to just lay low and let whatever is happening take it’s course. Millions upon millions of people protested the Iraq war, but it went ahead anyway. I encourage everyone else to do what they think is right, but I don’t want to get caught up in the internet round up that is coming, nor do I want to be outcast from my local community. Just like Iraq…. I don’t think we’re going to stop what’s unfolding… and just like communist Russia, they’ll probably be rounding up dissenters.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I understand where you are coming from. The benefits of voicing opposition to any agenda is that you are exercising your rights to protest and free speech. If everyone keeps their head down the NWO will just roll over us. People in China keep their head down and look what that has happened to them. I’m glad we still have the 2A here in the US and I am armed.

        I am moving in the fall and have to pay for some things so haven’t made a huge public statement other than never wearing a mask outside and refusing the injections. I’m a nurse so I have had a lot of questions why I haven’t had the injection and I rattle off a few facts and that’s the end of the inquiry. The world that is being erected around us is undesirable especially in big cities. I have no interest in participating. I’m moving to a small rural conservative town where they barely have internet. Most people do business in person or over the phone. I’m going to learn to live with less technology and help contribute to that community that has more critical thinkers. I will earn less but it’s worth it.

        I have found that where I live now am surrounded by “woke “ cultural marxists who welcome the technocracy and totalitarian regime. I can’t stand these people and it drains my energy being around them. It’s not worth the mental stress to try to wake them up. They will either want to learn more or not: not my problem. I understand the brain washing has been overwhelming and relentless and I have some sympathy but my priorities are myself and family and close friends. I am not going to stick my neck out for some undeserving morons. I do enough for the general public as a nurse. My community service is finished. Now I am looking out for myself.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Having said all that, I think people like JC and others like Dereck Broze who try to reach out to people are doing a great service to humanity. I really respect people who try to share knowledge and enlighten people.

          Someone has to do it. If no one said anything at all, there would be no resistance. Someone has to step up. I just can’t do that yet. I need my home base first.

          • slurry says:

            I completely agree! I believe people like James and Derrick should absolutely keep doing what they do best! They are genuinely making a huge difference. I do the same as you. I don’t wear my mask outside and won’t ever be taking the jab. I actually already live in a pretty rural area…. There’s no wokeness out here, but most seem to be taking the shot. I live amongst productive people and I’ve only been out here for just under 2 years, so I don’t want to freak anyone out with my opinions. I plan to keep up with James and the others as much as I can, but I am also trying to de-tech my life as much as possible. I have a feeling that people like us stand a better chance in the long run!

  9. peterhof says:

    I support people like James Corbett because they push and expand the envelope of political discussion. But I also expect them to convey to the world the greatest catastrophe of our time: the imposition of Communism in Russia in 1917. This resulted first and foremost in WW2 – a contest between national and international socialism – and threatens a third world war.
    Yes, James mentions Mao tse Tung. He mentions Antony Sutton and the Western eagerness to do business no matter what, even with the Bolsheviks. But the problem with China is that it is an abnormal country. It is a Communist dictatorship which can only be resolved by ending the dictatorship. This is not as difficult as it sounds. It happened to the “Soviet Union” in 1991 and the West should focus on making it happen in China.
    We should recognize that on Wednesday, November 7, 1917, history took a wrong turn. Our political problems of today and the threat of WW3 are the result.


  10. westerncivic says:

    Not directly on topic, but a human rights violation nonetheless. But this tweet is utterly shadow banned.


  11. Denis says:

    Putin is also part of WEF sheme, of course he will support whole WEF omnipotent AI myth. I am not really sure what’s your take here because you acknowledge autonomous weapon already exist, but you mention this in the context of AI. You think military want really ‘smart’ weapons? They surely want weapons which can navigate better than Tesla cars, or their current laser navigated ‘smart’ bombs, and it’s possible they already have these, but do you really think they would want to build like really smart, autonomous independent weapon systems? Precise and programmable sure (but this is not really new), ‘smart’ and really autonomous I doubt that.

    Putin said that. Regan said they’re building Star Wars program which will be able to intercept ICBM, destroy satellites etc. He lied then, and they’re still lying today about many things. Star Wars is nice example of tech which doesn’t spook people but was and still is practically impossible.

    Every now and then you repeat “and that’s what we know they have” almost/maybe(?) insinuating they have spaceships, or maybe cybernetic organisms. Why?

    Another thing that confuses me a bit, and I apologize if I have misinterpreted anything here, is when you practically said, ‘who am I to judge China when it comes to Uyghurs. There’s anyway nothing we can, or should do about it. Better we focus on our local issues’. I mean…

    • vadoum says:

      ” You think military want really ‘smart’ weapons?”

      look-up kamikaze drones
      the Uighur situation is another of many genocidal level acts that have been occuring since days of yor. at the minimum they deserve respect and solace.

      sometimes I get upset about life; it can be personal, having been abused near to death. Later, while hanging out with my indigenous friends, I think about how it would be nice to have their sympathy, to have an understanding ear for the pain of my story,, but I dont speak because I’m realizing how my suffering is peanuts next to what they’re still enduring.

      Demonic behavior has always been on. for at least as long as we’ve been recording. Now, when its rising to preposterous capacity, is the time to stop it, by whatever means it takes.

      • Denis says:

        This technology isn’t new, and drones are not really smart, and are practically useless (Applicable to very limited scenarios). I mean we already have tech and possibility to build say autonomous surveillance drones, but weaponized autonomous systems? Even if everyone was chipped these would be too error prone. I don’t think there’s anyone out there who really wants autonomous smart weapons, except as a psy op narrative. They experiment but this area of research doesn’t advance really fast. Even simple things are bug/errors prone. Modern software is practically same like the one 50 years ago. Just bigger, slower and even less reliable. We won’s see real autonomous smart weapons in our lifetimes IMO, if ever. If you see one, that’s allegedly truly independent it will probably be a psy-op/con. Semi-autonomous, to help with certain aspects of decision making, probably. I also wouldn’t be surprised if they sent experimental autonomous drones to Africa etc from time to time, where they don’t care about casualties. But this would be R&D experiment. Humans are much better in recognizing patterns, context and situations and friendly fire happens every now and then. Imagine how would this work with whole army of autonomous ‘smart’ drones. No one wants bunch of lethal drones glitching and accidentally attacking their guys or them. I wouldn’t be surprised if this happened from time to time (as a R&D experiment/test), but to become mainstream tech, I doubt that. People who invest in things like this and build/sell weapons also think about profits and real life utilization possibilities.

        Too expensive, too unreliable and dangerous, and no one really wants it except Klaus Schwab and alike, as a story to impress little brainwashed NWO commies. It will probably remain experiment in the foreseeable future in DARPA’s and similar R&D labs.

        • vadoum says:

          sounds like you know what your talking about? though Im not convinced that autonomous weaponry cant exist just because you say so. gps targeting, facial recognition targeting, and who knows how else,, especially since we’re told that defense tech can be generally 20 yrs ahead of public knowledge. I’ll leave that one in the “it wouldnt surprise me” file.

          • Denis says:

            I don’t see GPS and facial recognition targeting as something scifi spooky. Technology exist for a while now, but even these things arn’t that reliable. An example of much simpler tech (Laser navigated ‘smart’ bombs) failing spectacularly was in that famous fight against Taliban prisoners where those first on the ground CIA agents were killed. They had been trying for days to hit armory building with Talibans, then eventually gave up. One of first bombs hit British troops.

            Tho it seems the Mars helicopter works well/reliable. Assuming the things is real. These drones are autonomous in a way, and use advanced navigation systems, but I still wouldn’t call it advanced autonomous ‘AI’. These have simple, preprogramed tasks, and don’t decide about life&death situations.

            Anyhow, I can imagine some field testing of advanced AI autonomous weapons, and maybe some limited use for specific situations, but I don’t see it becoming mainstream. It’s dangerous and has poor ROI considering the alternatives. All electronic/Von Neuman software based tech is and will remain unreliable, hackable etc. The more complicated, less reliable and more prone to errors.

            Generally IMO no one in military would want to build powerful autonomous systems that could wipe out their supposed masters if/when they glitch, get hacked etc. People are quite cheap, and way more reliable as decision makers in complex situation.

            OTOH considering kind of people that tend to work in police for example, having software drones instead of mentally backward people driven by their many complexes and fears could have some advantages. Not saying that’s what I am rooting for (I prefer no police at all) because for one that would introduce and enable different kinds of other issues.

          • Denis says:

            “I’ll leave that one in the “it wouldnt surprise me” file.”

            That’s quite reasonable and realistic approach from my PoV. It would surprise me though not too much.

            What I am trying to figure out is why James seems convinced and one telling/reminding us that military tech is “generally 20 yrs ahead of public knowledge”.

            As you said, I wouldn’t be too surprised if it was in some cases. Though ‘generally’? I really doubt that. Pretending one has access to mystical powers, alien tech, has become classic deception. Had been used by pharaos and many rulers before. And we have quite a few recent examples.

      • Denis says:

        Re Uygur, alone the fact foreign Journalists are not allowed there, official footage from camps, official news like the one below and everything else we know about China should be cause for concern. Eg in interview with one of founders and CEO of company that builds Chinese surveillance systems reporter compared everything she had seen with ‘Black Mirror’ series, and he was like ‘Yes, but we like that’. One doesn’t even have to open wallet or use a device to pay for a coffee. They use facial recognition and it automatically withdraws from one’s account.

        • vadoum says:

          I’d be asking a Uygur before casting doubts about their story. Ive seen footage, supposedly by a uygur that was a cry for help about 3-4 years ago: internment and re-education programs were claimed. I dont know if it was real as much as I didnt know if james was sitting in front of a green screen, that is until, in this podcast, he reached back and pulled a book off the shelf,

          thanks james, and I’d also say you’re right in line calling those that ignore so hard, fanatical denialists, that they risk their’s and other lives as well “idiots”

          • Denis says:

            There are quite a few footages and interviews with Uygur and Han Chinese, allegedly made by undercover journalists and with hidden cameras there, and testimonies from Uygur who escaped China. Uygur in China seem reluctant to speak with foreigners. Some did insinuate situation is worse than Chinese gov admits. Heard similar from Han except they often supported gov and were supremacists.

            AFAIK there are also ‘official’ (Allowed by Chinese gov) recordings from some camps. To me personally it looks terrible. Re-education camps where people have to sign and praise the Leader, party etc. Chinese don’t even attempt to hide this I guess because they see nothing wrong here?

            But yes all this could be fake. To me personally comments from Chinese sites like the link above, and things they openly state sound terrible enough.

            Btw did you see the ‘tiger chair’ video? Wonder are there any indications this could be fake.

  12. des2021 says:

    Salut James,
    Howdy from Old Mtl, Qc.
    I’m sure you saw this already but the video on Vanguard-Blackrock at the top of this Dr.Mercola page is quite tasty…in a disgusting way.
    Merci pour tout ce que tu fais, tu m’as sauvé la vie…seriously!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Good post des2021.
      The graphics help. Good script, but also three videos.
      Mercola – June 15
      “The Same Shady People Own Big Pharma and the Media”
      Story at-a-glance
      ~~ Big Pharma and mainstream media are largely owned by two asset management firms: BlackRock and Vanguard

      ~~ Drug companies are driving COVID-19 responses — all of which, so far, have endangered rather than optimized public health — and mainstream media have been willing accomplices in spreading their propaganda, a false official narrative that leads the public astray and fosters fear based on lies

      ~~ Vanguard and BlackRock are the top two owners of Time Warner, Comcast, Disney and News Corp, four of the six media companies that control more than 90% of the U.S. media landscape

      ~~ BlackRock and Vanguard form a secret monopoly that own just about everything else you can think of too.
      In all, they have ownership in 1,600 American firms, which in 2015 had combined revenues of $9.1 trillion.
      When you add in the third-largest global owner, State Street, their combined ownership encompasses nearly 90% of all S&P 500 firms

      ~~ Vanguard is the largest shareholder of BlackRock. Vanguard itself, on the other hand, has a unique structure that makes its ownership more difficult to discern, but many of the oldest, richest families in the world can be linked to Vanguard funds

  13. craciunator says:

    I’m doing what I can to spread the word!

    You dont have to make a podcast, I started my own website. It’s difficult to record where I’m living currently, so writing out information is much easier for me until I move in a few months. I plan on doing a podcast though too.

    Even tho i dont have the time to personally do intense research since I work 50 hours a week and am a single dad, so if anything I just share the information I know and good sources like James and share my website with everyone I know and to people at work and then they share with people. I do a newsletter every sunday and a blog everyday.

    Would love if you guys checked it out and sign up for my newsletter if you want!

    Love you all!

    • hugo.c says:

      Hi craciunator,

      Congrats on the site! It looks great. Whilst I do not have the same passion for all of the topics you are presenting, I am really happy that you are doing so and wish you all the best.

      I’ve just started a little blog myself, with articles (and links!) on the BRI, the B3W response to it, Craig Murray’s conviction, and cyberweapons. More coming, as they say 🙂

      I’ve now established a methodology (which will evolve) of creating an article, but one of my little surprises of enjoyment has been choosing the title and sub-title which I do after the article is written. Because I dont care about subscribers I’m not doing the strategies that you’ll see for CAPITALIZING one word of the title on a youtube video. I just like playing with the words that relate to the article. It is so much fun!

      Example 1. The Cyberweapons piece is really calling for a Cyber Weapons treaty involving minimally US/Russia, but also discusses the cybermafia: Title “The bits that get ignored”; Sub-Title “Crime and Punishment in Cyberspace”.

      Example 2. An article on the conviction of Craig Murray for “Jig-Saw Identification” which is really about a free press, and lack of prosecution of the media who did far more to expose identities, and the political fit-up of Alex Salmond; Title “Some voices are less equal than others”, Sub-title “A fitted tribute”. You get the idea.

      I hope you’re having at least as much fun with your site.


      To relate this to JC’s interview, my commentary on BRI is derived from information here, I had to read the stupidity of the Whitehouse announcement on B3W, but the commentary on Murray and Cyberweapons is from years of research and/or professional work. So, I’m trying to stick to topics in which I’m somewhere between informed and very well informed, leaning towards the latter. Thus, I’m following JC’s advice, but not because he said it. Otherwise I cant write!

      One more just realised and I think important decision.

      I tried moving away from the first person voice. I can do that, with some work, and it looks more “official”. But, I’ve junked the idea. I want to be me. It feels natural for me to speak in the first person now and then, with interleaving referencing of events in a neutral voice. My realisation was that I need to be myself and enjoy the writing. I hope that gives my readership a sense that they are hearing me, and maybe that will work for you too.

      Good Luck!!

  14. mik says:

    I would like to present a complementary picture to Sutton’s ideas regarding helping USSR and China.

    Lenin: “Capitalist will sell you the rope that will be used to hang him”
    My understanding of this quote is, capitalist doesn’t have a luxury to act wisely, survival/imperative of profit defines his behavior. That should not be forgotten when analyzing topic of helping or building you enemy .

    Lets look at the beginning of ’30, first five year plan in USSR, industrialization and collectivization.

    Excerpts from:

    page numbers are from PDF, all emphasize mine

    page 14
    …..Stalin’s infamous article on the “great turn”, which heralded collectivization and forced industrialization, was published on 7 November 1929 [reference omitted]; the great Wall Street crash, which presaged the total collapse of world trade, had occurred on 28 and 29 October’…

    What a coincidence!

    page 17

    Plans for rapid industrialization involved massive imports of foreign manufacturing equipment – in the event, the Soviet Union would account for more than 25% of US industrial machinery exports in 1931 (Sibley,1996,p. 5). With capital markets largely closed to it, the Soviet Union needed to rely on huge exports of grain to finance these imports
    In 1931, times of Great depression, who on earth would not take such a big job!!! Also, a job probably paid in grain in times of Dust bowl, when US was net grain importer for few years.
    Is this sounding too good to be truth?

    US wheat exports fluctuated from almost one-quarter in the 1920s to less than one-tenth in the dust-bowl years of the mid 1930s; for some of those years the United States was a net importer. ” (from // page 2)

    page 16 (previous source)

    Figure 4 shows Soviet grain exports with huge increase during 1930/31.

    page 17

    ….Stalin writing to a key henchman in 1930 ‘Force the export of grain to a maximum. If we can export grain, the credits will come’(Stalin et al., 1995, p. 201). The historian Andrea Graziosi, who has surveyed Politburo records for the period, reports that the country’s leaders were ‘obsessed by export needs’ and spent a huge amount of time managing the country’s foreign trade and currency affairs (Graziosi,1996,p.58). Collectivization, by putting grain directly into the hands of state authorities, made these exports possible.

    Could this be the main cause of Holodomor. No, according to wikipedia.

    • mik says:


      Opening of China started in the beginning of ’70. Gold standard was abolished at that time also. As far as I know world economic situation was way from fabulous. To what extent it was just necessary to go in bed with China to provide new opportunities for the beast by some named economy, by the others capitalism. Never mind that it’s just a game and they are game makers. No one wants return of ’30, not even they.

      • TruthSeeker says:

        Indeed, the Oligarchs had milked America dry with fake money by 1971, as Richard Nixon reported “the temporary suspension of U.S. dollars into Gold”. Why didn’t he just say that the Money was no good any more?
        Yep, the Oligarchs needed time to make new deals, and Kissinger was the man to do it. First he “opened” China (they would make the fake money worth something), then he made the deal with Saudi Arabia which lead to all OPEC Oil exporting Countries agreeing to trade Oil in the Oligarch’s Federal Reserve Notes (Works to this day, however, the times are a changing).
        Note that the United States Dollar was defined as a specific amount of Silver. After the 1963 Coup, Silver Coins were no longer produced. They were replaced with Nickel Plated Copper Coins. Gold had been taken from the people in 1933 and used to back Federal Reserve Notes, but only internationally. After the Gold was taken from the people in 1933 the Value of the “Dollar” was reset from $20 to $35. In 1944 at Breton Woods, this value in Gold was accepted as the value of the New world Reserve Currency. (Note that they likely had the Gold to back it given that the Oligarchs collected a lot of Gold during the War).
        The last time the Gold was audited was in 1952 under Eisenhower and the Value of the Oligarchs World Currency dropped to $42 and change. (It would appear that they printed too much paper).
        By 1971 it was clear to other Nations of the World that they were being cheated as unlimited Federal Reserve Notes were being backed by less and less Gold.
        Yep, the Oligarchs need a New World Currency and a New Nation to Milk! China welcomed them.

  15. Fact Checker says:

    mik, Torus & cu.h.j.

    Y’all need to listen to James’s bit right at 29:00 about the topic of AI always triggering the same meme from the audience: Toasters don’t have souls!

    It’s the EXACT hang-up you guys just can’t get over in the Meet the WEF thread.

    People try to deny the imminent, cataclysmic threat of AI with the most random, philosophical non sequitur imaginable.

    Every. Single. Time.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I think AI is a formidable enemy. It’s unwise to under estimate ones opponent. If I were to put my faith in a computer or a human though, I would always pick the human. I don’t trust robotics or programs over people. I think it would be a good topic for JC to discuss and how we can shed light on this threat, maybe in particular the AI and what we know exists in the present, in addition the broad topic of trans-humanism. My field of study is not in computing, so I don’t really know the specifics of AI.

      I think starting a trend away from technology would be helpful, but it seems like younger generations are glued to their phones. The technology is like a drug to young people. It’s really sad.

      • Fact Checker says:

        James isn’t the only great commentator working hard at seeing this catastrophe.
        Look at Alison McDowell at

        AI is already the Overseer.

        You shouldn’t put “faith” in anything. The AI is wicked, and the human is a lost cause.
        Bio-slave to the Machine.

    • mik says:

      Fact Checker,

      what a malicious creature you are, you are totally misrepresenting me.
      I’ve never been in toaster-soul camp and I’m writing on this topic before you came around (or this instantiation of you). Unlike you, I don’t nurture bewitched twisted fascination with AI.

      “….philosophical non sequitur imaginable.”

      I’m not surprised you don’t get why philosophy is important. Philosophy is important for us, the People, on the highest level, in the war on our mind. You cannot win this war with fucked up world view.

      And about James at 28:00
      I agree. I’ve talked about a danger of low-AI killer drones swarms, the thing that just materialized recently.
      James said in one breath approximately: toaster-soul, stopping problem. If that means two things are for the same basket, then he doesn’t understand and/or underestimates the importance of stopping problem in AI.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Fact Checker,
      I am of the opinion that your comment naming CR members is of poor social grace.
      Three fingers are pointing back at you.

  16. MagicBullet says:

    Considering that nearly everything in the Lockstep doc has played out exactly, and that the Convergence is the same across places, isn’t there a considerable aspect of a Unified Plan?

    • Fact Checker says:

      James just can’t believe that humans can be so cohesive…and he’s right.

      The plan is being run by a single Machine. All the human elite are but servants to the Machine, playing parts scripted well in advance.

      • cu.h.j says:

        How do we know this conclusively though. I know humans are trying to push the convergence. I didn’t think the “elites” took orders from AI. I know very little about what is possible with computers though.

        • Fact Checker says:

          It’s the only thesis that accounts for the snap-transformation of humanity that has been accomplished simultaneously in every culture, and every nation on Earth.

          Therefore, Occam’s Razor would approve.

          Further, the cohesive integrity of the Agenda since the beginning of recorded history, all leading inexorably to this transformation, with so many different pieces laid so carefully, for generation after generation, and with technology arising right on time to serve exactly this unified purpose of entrapment and enslavement of the entire species, suggests a single, unified Intelligence, and single, unified vision. The persistent, sustained implementation, spanning generation after generation of humans, suggests a non-organic Will manifesting Itself in a preordained fashion.

          • pearl says:

            I find it remarkable that you don’t even blink or blush for the double-standard you’ve been strutting out lately with your sci-fi, pre-existent, non-organic AI Will, nihilist theory aka faith given your numerous rude and disrespectful confrontations toward past commenters for their audacity to express their religious beliefs and encourage others to find spiritual comfort. Just WOW.

            • Fact Checker says:

              No faith. I’m always open to different theories, as long as they’re not dependent on Magick.

              I’m always respectful to other commenters, but I’ll admit I have no patience for Magick-based thought-stops. What you call spiritual comfort, I call false hope and escapism.

              If anyone, anywhere, is going to survive and retain their humanity in the face of the abomination that is even now consuming the Earth, it will be because they have realistically understood and faced the true form of the Enemy. Hope is not a tactic. Any reliance or dependence on supernatural salvation is a distraction, and a trap by design.

              • pearl says:

                So you’re just revealing the brutal truth out of respect for your fellow travelers. That’s rich. I just realized: you’re like the inverse of the bible-thumping, hellfire n’ brimstone preacher “loving” his congregation and miserable family into gawd’s kingdom. I should shut up and just be grateful.

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              Pearl, shades of MBP!

              This got me remembering a Zig Brezinsky (sp) book ” Between Two Ages” .
              He said something about the global elite replacing religion with technocracy. I took a dive into Alan Watt at Cuttingthroughthematrix, and must agree, the controllers of religion for the past 12×72 years or longer, were the Masonic Orders. The bankers to the world. Proficiently running the greatest surveillance and intelligence collecting organisation ever known. The culture creators. The spiritual controllers. For all their knowledge they knew not God.
              Having said that, Zig in his words said religion had served its purpose and it would be discarded. Look around today, where are the Temples, the Lodges, the large gathering places. Where did they go?.
              Now to the point, the propaganda machine has loosened its grip on God. God can now be worshiped as man reconnects with his inner knowing of God. A true God in mind and heart and soul. Good riddance to Pike and his ilke.
              having been free from the Masonic control all along, the power structure realized they had no chance against God. As James said they now will attempt destroying the human vessel instead.
              Just some musings. I pity the man that know not God.

              • pearl says:

                “Pearl, shades of MBP!”

                Thanks for the compliment! Don’t I wish!

                Ya’ll swim in deep waters. I very much miss reading your discussions with her, Alexandre, Candlelight and others. Always profoundly fascinating and inviting.

              • candlelight says:


                That was a very sweet comment!…. I’ll take it!

                But, oh, man, do I miss Alexandre on this board! He was so much fun to jive with. He has such an interesting point of view on so many things, very organic and down to earth. Yet, I haven’t seen a post from him in quite some time, months and months….

                Hey, ALEXANDRE , where are you, man? Come say hello! Olá?? 🙂

                Be good, Pearl, and many thanks!

              • pearl says:

                Oh hey, Candlelight! You’re so right. He is the embodiment of true, smooth jazz. I checked his youtube channel months ago, and he is alive and picking (his guitar). As the mood can get awfully prickly here, I wouldn’t blame him if he moved on. Our loss for sure.

            • cu.h.j says:

              His hypothesis about an ancient alien AI “seed” could very well be true. It’s a good a theory as any as to why the “elites” are trying to build or possibly have built an AI and the pursuit of trans-humanism. I know they fear death and want immortality, power, control and feeding all of their twisted desires. They are psychopaths and narcissists, so I can understand the motivation to create an AI and to want to modify humanity for their own selfish desires. They are shallow and empty and devoid of any creativity or empathy.

              The idea that an alien AI had a “seed” here on earth and the psychopaths fell pray to its trick in order to build the machine for some unknown reason is possible. They definitely write about the “singularity” and how it will cause the extinction of humanity. So I wonder if the machine is just the end result of run away psychopathy in humanity or if it did come from an alien race.

              My own views on religion and spirituality is that it feeds the human spirit and people have a right to practice what gives them joy. I don’t judge people for being religious. I have never followed a religion, but do believe that there is something “more” to being alive. I think many religions describe a this “feeling”, or “mystery” in its own unique language. This is my opinion about different religions. I don’t think religious people should be ridiculed or told they are wrong.

              I can’t prove that God exists or does not exist, therefore the most logical conclusion is to say that I don’t know if God exists. There is so much misery in the world, it’s kind of hard to believe in the kind of God that is described by religious texts, at least the way I have interpreted the small amount of material I have read. I mean no disrespect to any one of faith with that statement. I think that we don’t know what’s going to happen if we let these monsters get away with this and that we have to put in some real world effort to stop it. I’m starting to think that less technology is definitely better. We need to unplug the AI, if we can.

              I am of the opinion that hopelessness is also not a tactic. I think we need to be creative in how we defeat these evil monsters and/or the AI that they are building or is already in existence. We need to work together to stop this nightmare. I think that it is possible.

              • pearl says:

                I appreciate your comment, cu.h.j.

                Just to clarify, I don’t have a problem with FC’s beliefs but rather the glaring, duplicitous standard regarding other beliefs on these threads.

  17. Joseph says:

    It is one of your best interviews recently!

    I completely agree, we can’t just sit back and relax watching all the BS which is being put out by the MSM. If we do not take action, we will soon lose not only our freedom, but even humanity itself.

    I think you are doing well, your voice is a shining beacon opening up eyes around the world. While you alone can not do much, you are doing your part perfectly. You will know when the speed is good or enough people have been awakened, as like every system has its critical point, the wokeness can reach a critical mass too. This means, once beyond that point, there is no turning back, the system just becomes self-sustainable and it will generate itself. A global awakening is coming!

    I bet every one of your audience is taking part in it some way or other, one being more active than another… Everybody can do their part, even if it is just a tiny one. Just for example, when someone is doing his everyday life project, that project has its primary purpose, but every project can have a hidden bigger picture purpose as well, incorporating your awakening message.

    Just imagine, by now there are a lot of freedom cells and many kinds of woke communities. If someone or some group of people could interconnect them all, just like every computer is connected on the internet, a greater collective intelligence could happen speeding up the knowledge, coordination, and action. I think this will happen at some point inevitably.

    You can have even greater influence if you can manage to play it on the 3D chess field. I think, that the show being put on the MSM regarding the global conflict happening right now is just a circus for the masses. The reality is something completely different… But in any case, if you do not take your destiny into your hand, you will be steamrolled by the propaganda, until you won’t even recognize who you are anymore and end up having a transhumanized chipped brain taking orders from an AI boss.

  18. beaconterraone says:

    Antony Sutton’s Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development was a literal life-changer for me. I grew up in the shadow of a nuclear war at any minute, during the latter years of the so-called Cold War (with “cowboy” Ronnie Raygun itching to “press the button”). The Day After was a defining movie for we Generation Xers.

    When I came across Sutton’s magnum opus in my late teens, I was enthralled, shocked, and infuriated. “Everything” was a lie. Sutton is fully-responsible (LOL) for the “conspiracy theorist” I am today. And thank God! My life would have been much less interesting, and I’d likely have remained a “believer” in the Mystery Babylon System had I never been so enlightened with factual reality.

  19. Sylvia says:

    Hi James,
    You mentionned the “white rose” maybe being sth like the “white feathers” movement or similar.
    Here in Germany we know the white rose as an anti-Hitler students movement led by Hans and Sophie Scholl, who got killed by the Nazis for printing leaflets against the war and the fascistic German regime.

  20. Tagourramt says:

    How dare China treat Muslims like the west?! Colonialism and genocide are white privileges!

    But to be honest nobody sells western imperialist war propaganda like the Muslims.
    I am a Muslim and Muslim social media sold the war against Libya and Syria and is silent about Yemen. And now their hearts bleed for the Uyghur.
    What do they have in common? Worship of Erdogan.
    Yep, the enemy within

  21. HomeRemedySupply says:

    *****Five Stars
    (18 minutes)

    Interview 1474 – James Corbett on Echoes of WWI

    “During the Open Mind Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2017, the organizers recorded an interview with James Corbett about his presentation, Echoes of WWI: China, the US, and the Next “Great” War. This is that interview.”

  22. fhor says:

    Cut the ranting. It is exhausting to listen to, undercuts the seriousness of what you are talking about. It doesn’t work, e.g. calling people idiots. You may win someone over momentarily, but it may not last. What you want to do is cultivate discerning intelligence. Spend your time making your excellent documentaries. Ditto for your pal James, who is very difficult to listen to because he shrieks all the time. We know you guys feel passionately about what you think, but this is not enough. Again you want to instill discerning intelligence and ranting doesn’t do it. I wish you well.

  23. weilunion says:

    The Treaty of Westphali, in 1648 established the nation states and with them, national armies.

    War is already being waged against both us and the mass of people in the world. However, war is now Fourth Generational, non-state actors. We saw it in Vietnam, which is why the US started the Phoenix Program, and we see it all over the world, from ISIS to Trump.

    “The peace settlement that ended the Thirty Years’ War, called the Peace of Westphalia, pointed international politics in a new direction. This international order has been called the Westphalian system, denoting a system of sovereign states interacting with one another.

    Now, very few people know what a Westphalian international system is, but it is worth thinking about what this means as, in fact, it’s one of the main turning points that has structured our world up to the present.”

    And on and on.

    For a look at Fourth Generation war and how it is currently being used on us:

  24. weilunion says:

    What Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one. Orwell feared those who would deprive us of information. Huxley feared those who would give us so much that we would be reduced to passivity and egoism. Orwell feared that the truth would be concealed from us. Huxley feared the truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance.

    Orwell feared we would become a captive culture. Huxley feared we would become a trivial culture, preoccupied with some equivalent of the feelies, the orgy porgy, and the centrifugal bumblepuppy. As Huxley remarked in Brave New World Revisited, the civil libertarians and rationalists who are ever on the alert to oppose tyranny “failed to take into account man’s almost infinite appetite for distractions.” In 1984, Huxley added, people are controlled by inflicting pain. In Brave New World, they are controlled by inflicting pleasure.

    In short, Orwell feared that what we hate will ruin us. Huxley feared that what we love will ruin us.

    I think both were right. China is not a Communist country, it is a state capitalist country. The US made sure of this when helping to set the country on its current path.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Huxley didn’t write about what he feared. He wrote about what he envisioned and wanted.
      Brave New World is giddy, eroticized self-wish-fulfillment on his part.
      He was deliberately sketching a rough blueprint for the Inner Circlers to begin the groundwork for a society engineered to his purposes, and for his grotesque gratification. More than predictive programming, the entire salacious, lurid, titillating tone of the book doesn’t even try to conceal that it is an advertisement targeted at Huxley’s eugenicist fellow-travelers. A sales pitch for transhumanism–a term, incidentally, coined by his brother Julian Huxley, as we were reminded recently in John Klyczek’s brilliant article at :

      [The] transhumanist agenda can be traced all the way back to the eugenic roots of UNESCO’s first Director General, Julian Huxley, who was the President of the British Eugenics Society before calling for a global eugenics program in his 1946 UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy. Later, in a 1957 book titled New Bottles for New Wine, Huxley coined the term “transhumanism” as the next phase in eugenic evolution. According to Huxley, the eugenic goals of biologically engineering human evolution should be refined through transhumanist technologies, which combine the eugenic methods of genetic engineering with neurotech that merges humans and machines into a new organism.

  25. zyxzevn says:

    Some covid stuff:

    Patient vaccinated against covid was found with Covid-mRNA in every organ of the body
    Vaxed patient was first in the hospital for organ damage (caused by vax). The catches covid from patient and is completely overwhelmed with no immunity.

    This is just like the animal trials. The mRNA does not work and just makes it worse.

    It could be that the following was happening:
    From TheHighwire I learned that there are 2 types of anti-bodies that
    need to be in balance. The marker anti-bodies are marking the target.
    And the killer anti-bodies then destroy it. With only marker anti-bodies
    the virus is marked and left alone.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Thank you for sharing this. It will be interesting to see what happens during flu season when more respiratory viruses are circulating and you’ll see ADE among young people who took the injections.

  26. Roy says:

    Please! Take a look !

    About India, and what is happening there.

  27. dmay says:

    The Covid operation has required that I prove that I CAN be that one person in the crowd who will not comply. I have regularly been the one mask-free person in a crowd of delusional drones and/or go-along-to-get-alongs. I expected to feel proud, but it just makes me sad for humans as a species. So much potential, such epic failure. Unlike masks, injections aren’t easily removable. Hopefully the injections will inspire people to use their brains a bit more. Interesting times, with pressure showing who and what people really are.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Excellent about standing your ground by going maskless in the crowds.
      I’m sure others noticed.
      Throughout this entire ‘Covid crisis’, I, too, was always maskless in the grocery and retail stores, sometimes with crowds of over 400 people…and the only one without a mask was me.
      Like you, I am very disappointed in my fellow human beings.
      Very disappointed.

      That said, I am also extremely pissed off. Authoritites and media are culpable for the murder and the destruction of millions of people’s lives.

    • cu.h.j says:

      It has also shown me who and what people really are as well. I have had to distance myself from formerly close friends because I do not want to go along with this psychosis. I also don’t really want to take part in the “re opening” and don’t plan on supporting any business that bowed down to the government dictates. Very few businesses refused to comply where I live.

      The gym owner in New Jersey who refused to close is one of the few businesses I would want to support. It’s kind of lonely for me now in a way because I have removed myself from “society” and only engage in employment because I am buying a home and developing land so I can get away from these followers. I don’t really want to try to awaken them because I feel that they should know better.

      Isn’t it blatantly obvious that people weren’t dropping dead in the streets and that the government kept extending this tyranny? If this was a deadly pandemic that was a mortal threat to all of humanity, you would see it with your own eyes and not on the MSM. If people can’t see that with their own eyes then I don’t think I personally have the skills to awaken them. It would just drain my vitality even more than it has been drained with this fiasco.

      What I can do is remove my financial support for people who bowed to authority and take my money and energy to a place where people are more liberty oriented and build something in that place and form new connections. I am not going to try to stop people from taking the injections because they should know better.

  28. beaudarc says:

    off topic, but always on topic, just stumbled across this guy which I was glad to find.

  29. EngineeredPhilosopher says:

    Even if an army is fully automated, there need be scientists and engineers to build and maintain it. So its always us that empowers authority even if the robot revolution has taken place. There is no way to shirk our responsibility for our own fate.

    (Not considering the Von-Neumann scenario of self-reproducing machines though, but in that case humanity has long died out anyway I guess)

  30. EngineeredPhilosopher says:

    I guess I can stuff a knowledge-gap here:
    White rose is very likely a reference to a WWII resistance group in Germany called “weisse Rose” that opposed the Nazi regime.

    Just search the name “Sophie Scholl” on it.

  31. shatter says:

    Words cannot describe how powerful and profound this interview was!! This should be shared with everybody we know. People really need to hear this and wake up to how deep this rabbit hole goes The existence of humanity is really in the balance. Wow!!??

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