Interview 1669 - James Corbett Talks Power, Narrative and Conspiracy

10/27/202134 Comments

via Counterflow with Buck Johnson: My guest on this episode is James Corbett of James has been putting out excellent content in the forms of documentaries, podcasts, writing, and more for much longer than most people in alternative media. James has a terrific analysis of how conspiracies happen at the highest levels. As he points out, the highest levels of power are far above elected officials and names we all know. In this episode, we also discuss the media, propaganda narratives, and how the coof narrative has played out on the public. We also get into the class that James Corbett will be teaching at Renegade University. To sign up for his course, go here:



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  1. MagicBullet says:

    The basis for child mask requirements in Tokyo -official communication from the city office.
    I suppose James’ kids in Kyoto are being masked based on the same paper:

    Conclusion-This mask experiment has no basis for the edict to mask all school-age children.

    1.Paper states that even with a tight seal particles are not fully filtered (no one has a tight seal in day to day reality).
    2.The experiment says the median size of particles are 均5.5 ± 0.2 μm, this is 5-10 times the size of sars-cov-2。This means that it is no surprise these larger particles are blocked a bit.
    3.This model is not a Sars-Cov-2 virion transmission model. It took particles from a cell culture supernatant which has rna fragments from zillions of sources-so is not a purified version of a Sarc-Cov-2 virus (which in any case hasn’t been found by anyone), and finding these rna fragments on a collector using the Covid pcr test (that has also been found to be completely faulty), and not finding actual virions which are the supposed infective agents not rna fragments.

    Deaths from Covid and Flu for kids in Japan (pop 126 mil):
    The 2nd graph down on this link shows zero Covid deaths for Japanese kids from 0 to 20 years old in all of Japan:

    This link shows 25 deaths for Japanese kids from zero to 20 in the 2018 flu season in all of Japan. Why didn’t we mandate masks for kids then and in all prior flu seasons? Some of you noticed the covid death age distribution seems to be the same as for flu.

    James doesn’t favor activism on small details, but masks are harming kids and set the tone for a lifetime of indoctrination which is not a small detail.

    • mkey says:

      “According to WHO [World Health Organization], every year in the world there are an estimated 40-50 million abortions. This corresponds to approximately 125,000 abortions per day.”

      About 10 holocausts every goddamn turn around the Sun. Have no doubt this is a satanic blood sacrifice.

      • vadoum says:

        “about 6 million Jews and about 5 million non-Jews were murdered by the Nazis. The others included Roma, Jehovah’s Witnesses, gay men, et al. Writing “11 million Jews and others” would more accurately describe the extent of the killing.”

        Katharine Stephens, University Park (washington post)

        still, I cant get my head around any of those numbers and now the jab doubters are predicting next off-richter scale levels of death.

        when & if, the real survival game will have to do with getting beyond the grief.

      • Voluntaryist says:

        Superstition is a belief based on emotion, unconsciously, unquestioned, as if it is “pure knowledge”. “True believers” do not value reason over their ideas, however fuzzy, ill-defined, shifting. They will fight against any questioning as if it were a physical attack on them, even if non-violent. They fear confrontation, self-examination, and constantly engage in ritual reinforcement of their superstitions as if they were an essential part of themselves.
        Is this anti-reason, anti-reality, mindset healthy? Does it promote life, or lead to cognitive blindness, pain, death? Should it be classified as a mental illness? Is a political superstition, e.g., the need for authority, “The Most Dangerous Superstition”? Does it lead to self-enslavement? Does it make these living zombies a threat to all? Does this universal condition explain the unconscious fascination with “horror movies” about zombies? I have noticed that as these movie portrayals mature, the zombies grow more capable, more like real-life political zombies.

  2. TruthSeeker says:

    What! no graphics? Very interesting anyway.
    I particularly like the quote from Marshal McLuhan relative to “Understanding the Media”. Indeed it does seem that we are all becoming more and more interconnected through the progression of Technology, and that Advertising as a means of controlling mass behavior is an ongoing obstacle to freedom.
    The existent of Virtual Reality in Computer Video Games that I have seen is troubling in that I can see where these kids get stuck in a Virtual Reality. Many of the combat games are meant to train future solders, and little is done to promote morality. I think it is a form of mind control similar to Advertising, or that it at least plays on the same strategies.

  3. dpatt says:

    Horrible rap music on a conservative podcast ?

  4. Steve Smith says:

    I still hope that James and Tom Woods have a discussion someday. I listen to Tom’s podcast and caught James’ not too subtle jabs.
    Tom has a different audience. But maybe only different because of how far down the rabbit hole they are.
    I don’t know where Tom is as far as believing in the practicality of working within the system. But I would imagine that most of Tom’s audience can’t imagine anything but.
    It is good to see James bridging the gap between the “libertarians” or “ancaps” and the more philosophically pure seekers of freedom and liberty.
    I heard an old saying recently. Something like “there are many paths up the mountain”. Its good to encourage everyone who is on the journey no matter which path they choose or how far along it they are.

    • ChairmanDrew says:

      Tom Woods also has the good fortune to live in Florida, so the desperation of the situation is probably not as apparent to him as it maybe would be otherwise.

    • ChairmanDrew says:

      Oh wow. I made my first reply to this before listening to the interview. James was actually pretty brutal x)

      • Steve Smith says:

        Oh, I think Tom can take it. And I think that he might be more aligned with James than it appears. I do believe that he, as well as many of the orthodox libertarians are well meaning and people of integrity. I think that maybe they just haven’t shaken off enough of the programming that tells them that government is indispensable for civil society.
        I would love to see the two of them have a discussion. James would surely cause Tom to redefine the “three x five card”.

        Speaking of living in Florida. It is somewhat unreal to me, (and maybe Tom too), how the scamdemic seems to be proceeding apace in so many places when here it is not taken seriously by hardly anyone anymore. Unless they only listen to the MSM.

        • ChairmanDrew says:

          You are also in Florida Steve? I have a friend in Miami (a loooong way from where I am) and even though he is, and always has been been awake to (most of) the globalist scams, with this there definitely seems to be a lack of urgency, like its really all just kind of a joke. While it’s understandable, that sort of complacency could also be dangerous.

          • Steve Smith says:

            I am in Florida. And I agree. Just because we currently aren’t seeing the tyrannical government over reach to the same degree that many other places are. The media still spouts the same lies, they are still muzzling children in some localities, and there are still people walking around in masks.
            It isn’t too bad yet, but it would be stupid to become complacent and to forget how quickly it can change.
            Believe me. Just because I live in Florida doesn’t mean that I think that the fight is over.
            There is a war on. This ain’t no joke.

    • doublek321 says:

      Caught that as well. It’s interesting because I do think Tom is generally on the right side of things but it’s very true that Tom won’t touch stuff like 9/11. Tbh, I don’t know what Tom even thinks about it. It’s conceivable that he’s looking to avoid those type of “3rd rail” topics because he knows people who could potentially be “woken up” would dismiss him if they thought “9/11 truther”. I know Ron Paul backed away from it and I believe it’s for that reason. (There is a video of him being asked about 9/11 from WeAreChange where Ron basically admits he’s a truther).

      But it’s possible I’m giving Tom Woods too much credit there.

      • Steve Smith says:

        “ But it’s possible I’m giving Tom Woods too much credit there.”

        Maybe. But I don’t think so.
        I have been seeing James’ work show up more and more often on Lew Rockwell lately such as this example today.

        I am sure that Tom is very familiar with the content that James has produced but as you suggest, doesn’t go there because he doesn’t want to scare away his audience. Which supports him pretty well from what I understand.

  5. Joseph says:

    Wonderful interview again!

    A good question at the beginning. I always regard being a conspiracy theorist in a positive sense. I also see myself as a conspiracy theorist, and at the same time an optimist as well.

    • LastHumanist says:

      A conspiracy theory that becomes proven fact will change the world for the better once the public understands it. It is time for the NWO conspiracy to die now in its most vulnerable moment; the moment just before it comes to fruition.

      No matter how much blood the Catilinae of our day are drunk on, they will sober up once we drag them into the sunlight.

      If we want to protect our liberties for good, we need to change the culture that led to this consolidation of central power, however. Even stopping Catilina did not save the Roman Republic for much longer, due to the same structural issues.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Unfortunately my historical knowledge is still shockingly limited: are you referring to the Roman Republic that had this banner?:

        hauntingly reminiscent of the UN banner?

        Did the Roman Republic employ lictors with their fasces lictor’s bundles?


        • nosoapradio says:

          oops! forgot this one:

          Dunno if it’s really based on a real banner?

          ps: I’d once seen the Perseus website you linked up there… and then promptly forgot about it apparently… Could be a partial remedy to my ignorance of history if I actually took the time to browse it!

          • LastHumanist says:

            The classics are always worth the time.
            History shows the alternatives to our present.
            It shows the flux of human action that settles down in similar structural patterns time and again.

            If history were known by all, things would be flowing in a better direction today.

        • LastHumanist says:

          The Late Republic did not really employ anyone. Rather, a number of nobles were competing for positions of power and whipping up support by bribing the public. The senatorial elite was making money off of their latifundia, large farms powered by newly cheap slaves, after the war against Carthage had brought down prices. The Roman knights were busy plundering the taxable provinces. These publicani had similar incentives to what we see in our current capitalist system and behaved in a similar fashion:

          “ubi publicanus esset, ibi aut ius publicum vanum aut libertatem sociis nullam esse.”

          Antiquity did not really have the concept of a state. It was more about local community. Every Polis has its nomos. And if you murder someone in Athens then the rest of the public will not intervene. It’s your business and that of the attacked party. However, if you go against the whole Polis by angering the gods, for example, then the entire community will come at you. Rome was similar for the first couple of centuries after the hillside villages had done the synoecism to form it. For example, if your house was on fire, you had to pay the firefighters yourself. They were private for profit entities.

          The republican times have often been considered an era of meritocracy. Another way to put it would be calling it a “free for all”. Plenty of conquest awaited and the most successful family would take it all.

          The authorities were allowed to use their fasces to kill people outside of the Roman pomerium. The idea was that within the heart of the city, there would be peace. Whereas the outside world was perpetual war and plunder. Later on, that changed. The city state became an empire, the walls were shifted to the limites and the heart of the city was controlled by armed praetorians.

          • LastHumanist says:

            When we look at the RE lemma about the pomerium,
            we see it’s written by Rhodes scholar Albrecht von Blumenthal who met Lenin at Davos and later fathered the MI6 member Charles Arnold-Baker with Wilhelmine Hainsworth ,daughter of Yorkshire industrialist A.W. Hainsworth.

            Blumenthal was also involved with the “George-Kreis” whose members plotted the Hitler assassination in 1944.

            What a strange biography this is!

            Indeed. Strange deeds connected to those people and their circles have been upsetting the pomeria of our cities.

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett charts his own course, as does each individual.

    James Corbett says:
    ”I’m not the arbiter of what exists. I have faith in the rationality of my audience. You will be able to come to your own conclusions based on your own evidence.”

    James Corbett says:
    I have my own platform to say whatever I want.
    I’m not going to spend my time chastising this person for not saying this or that person doesn’t believe that – no no.
    What do I believe and what do I want to put forward is the most important thing.
    And I think the way to set the ground level for a conversation that I want to have, rather than focusing on the conversation other people aren’t having for me….”

    James Corbett says:
    ”The ONLY thing that has surprised me over the past two years is how quickly and how completely the public bought on to this scamdemic.
    That truly to this day, that still amazes me to some extent, and actually speaks to the incredible power of the propaganda engine that is in the control of the would-be controllers of humanity, the social engineers who obviously have
    media control, and that that takes on a different meaning in the 21st century than it did in the 20th century….”

    James Corbett says:
    “Well, in the same way that I trust the rationality of my audience for each individual audience member to come to their own decisions about the information that I report, I also trust their judgment about their own personal situation, their own health situation, their own economic situation, to come to their own decisions
    …it’s not an easy decision if you are not inclined to go along with the agenda….
    …I’m not sitting in judgment of people who are making those sorts of decisions….”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Those Who Have the Power”
      (3 1/2 minutes)

      James Corbett talks about those who are actually pulling the strings, and the history of those people considering themselves to have either divine right to rule or just being genetically superior to all of us lower class folk.

      Corbett brings up the example of David Rothkopf and his book about a superclass global elite of 6,000 or so individuals.

  7. mkey says:

    Check out this psycho image. Masks, the face shield, the glove, the needle, the trusting look. Like lambs to slaughter.×560/smart/media/images/2021-43/dreamstime-l-197937776.jpg

  8. debow says:

    The latest article on this IPFS site is dated April 30th, 2021. Is the IPFS site typically that far out of date?

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