Interview 919 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

08/01/20145 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:

Story #1: Obama Announces Expanded Sanctions Against Russia as EU Aligns
Ukraine Economy Shrinks Faster as Conflict Takes Its Toll
What Really Happened to MH17? An Open Source Investigation
US May Send Military Aid To Ukraine
Russia: US claims on nuclear missiles treaty unfounded, we have questions too
Russia ordered to pay $51bn over Yukos 'destruction'
Putin Advisor: “There is a war coming in Europe"
After Being Warned 17 Times, Israel Still Bombs Another UN School, 20 Killed This Time
Israel Bombs UN Shelter in Gaza
Libya Is Now Officially a Failed (and On Fire) State As Nations Abandon Embassies
Pentagon Lost Track Of More Than 40% Of The Weapons Sent To Afghanistan

Story #2: FBI Crime Lab Unit Rife With Flawed Forensics
The Mass Incarceration Problem in America
Convicted Defendants Left Uninformed of Forensic Flaws Found by Justice Dept.
Dr. Frederic Whitehurst on the FBI Crime Lab

Story #3: Applebee’s To Ban Tech One Day A Week?
Buffalo, Missouri Residents Vote to End Fluoridation by 70% Margin
Monsanto Begins Compensating West Virginia Victims of Dioxin Exposure
Wisborough Green Becomes First Village in Britain to Fight Off Fracking
California Removes Ban on Bitcoin, Other Alternative Currencies
Jesse Ventura Wins $1.8 Million in Navy SEAL Defamation Case

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  1. n.riva1989 says:

    Great Vid guys!! Things are definately heating up now. Lets hope the European people will act accordingly to these rather overt provocations towards Russia. After all, its only the prospects of another major conflict on European soil. I know Washington’s whore, Merkel, will bow on command. But, lets just hope the people’s of Europe, and especially Germany, can detach themselves from western propaganda and realize the danger the are being thrust into. Not to mention the effects on the European economy and natural gas. However, looks like France is continuing to build their navel warships for Russia against the behest of Washington. David Cameron called this “unthinkable’, ha makes me laugh. What a whore he is! Heres the link to the article:–French.html

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for the link. It’s good to keep in mind just how much of a paper tiger these sanctions are and how much Europe realizes that following through with them would be shooting themselves in the foot.

  2. BennyB says:

    Overstay your welcome? Welcome back James! (and James:) The tinted look’s not bad 😉 You could do some great NWNW publicity; something nice and flashy like “Tinted Tuesdays”…

    It’s hard to tell what to take away from the rhetoric around Russia and Ukraine. On one hand, the “tough talk” and posturing feels childish and borderline laughable at times, but it can also feel like watching a group of children playing around with steak knives at the dinner table. All things considered, the Bear has been sitting pretty cool in his corner at the table, but with all the flagrant grabs at the pot of honey and, god forbid someone decides to poke him with one of the steak knives, you can’t help wondering whether the Bear might eventually lose its temper and swat someone in the face. Things could go from cold to hot pretty fast even if the party(s) responsible were taking action without official clearance to do so. (Dmitri. I’m just calling up to tell you something terrible has happened…)

    It’s not to say it couldn’t happen the other way around, but the Russians don’t seem to be interested in taking it there. Steak knives aside, even if the goals are the same between the US/NATO actors and the real players they represent, it feels a bit to me like the drama we’re seeing from a publicity standpoint is taking place at the kids table and the Russians are aware of it even if the likes of Obama, Kerry, and Cameron aren’t. “Rings within Rings”-style, so to speak. I’m no expert, that’s just my observation at the moment.

  3. BennyB says:

    On a more positive note, regarding the influence we have as consumers: I was on a plane recently and something they had on the menu was actually noted as being “gluten-free” and “GMO-free”, which is particularly noteworthy IMO, considering choice isn’t exactly something which is at a premium on an airplane! The more people know about GMOs the more likely they’re going to be inclined to avoid them when given the choice. Nevermind the FDA, if there’s a market incentive to list something as GMO-free other companies, even if it’s like Cheerios who aren’t actually changing anything, can help the effort to keep some of this crap out of our food. I thought that was encouraging at any rate, so I figured I’d share it with you guys.

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