Interview 935 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

09/05/20147 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: Officials Warn 11 Missing Airplanes Could Be Used on 9/11 Anniversary
http://ur1.ca/i4f38
Flashback: 13 Airplanes Vanish From Radar Months Before Theft of Jetliners in #Libya
http://ur1.ca/i4f39
Homeland Security 'Expert' Warns of Possible #ISIS Attack on U.S. Border
http://ur1.ca/i4f3a
U.S. Military Conducts Operation In... #Somalia
http://ur1.ca/i4f3b
Video Claims to Show #Beheading of U.S. Reporter #StevenSotloff by #ISIS
http://ur1.ca/i4f3e

Story #2: The Police Tool That Pervs Use to Steal Nude Pics From Apple's iCloud
http://ur1.ca/i4f3f

Story #3: Feds Spend $1 Million Collecting 'Suspicious Memes'
http://ur1.ca/i4f3k
President Obama Announces National Science Foundation Appointees
http://ur1.ca/i4f3l
Please Report Any #SuspiciousMemes to @SuspiciousMemes
http://ur1.ca/i4f3m
Bezos Ends @WashingtonPost Publishing Dynasty With @Politico Alum
http://ur1.ca/i4f3n

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Previous Episode: America Furious Over "Mystery" Airstrikes on Libya
http://ur1.ca/i4f48

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  1. John244 says:

    In the discussion of the captured planes being used for another terrorist attack, it may be worth considering if “real” amateur pilots tried to fly these planes at high speed into a relatively small target, such as a skyscraper, they might miss. Perhaps that would bring to mind questions of how three of three planes hit their targets so precisely in 2001.

    • Corbett says:

      Good point. If it was an “authentic” terror attack by real terrorists, you would expect a plot like that to fail at every level: NORAD would take them down, they would miss their targets, even if they hit their targets those targets wouldn’t spontaneously collapse into dust in an explosive freefall gravitational acceleration takedown, etc.

  2. Algorithm of Consciousness says:

    Hi James, thanks again for putting out this great episode of New World Next Week and the time and energy you and James Evan Pilato put into this.

    How much do you suppose this law enforcement program was designed and programmed with the full knowledge (at least implicitly) of Apple itself? It’s pretty customary for these tech companies to ‘service’ the NSA and other intelligence agencies at every beck and call. Presumably, designing this program would require some intimate coding knowledge of Apple’s iCloud systems.

  3. BennyB says:

    I can’t help finding the idea that “the terrorists” have this fixation with 9/11 anniversaries a bit comical.

    “This year tell Americans they’re just as vulnerable as they were thirteen years ago with ISIS. Give the gift of terror; for memories that will last a lifetime.”

    Seriously though…
    I’ve been thinking about whether there’s a way that we could preemptively call out some of the most probable ways we’re likely to be “attacked”. If we set out some sorts of hypothesis about what the objectives of the “masterminds” are, then work backwards it’s possible that we could begin to propose some ideas for resisting the “solutions” before everybody runs in fear begging for Big Brother to come to rescue us from this “new threat”.

    We know it’s just a matter of time, why not try to get out in front of it in some shape or form to the extent that it’s possible?

    I have some ideas, but I’d be interested in hearing some feedback from some of you guys before I go off on a tangent. I may re-post this at the open thread, but I’m not sure whether it will get lost in the shuffle, so I’ll just leave it here for now, since the thought relates to what was discussed in the podcast.

  4. greencrow says:

    James and all:

    Here is a false flag alert that has me concerned…please distribute widely…even if it doesn’t pan out…it could be because of the “publicity”:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_97LoUQIdg

    Large NATO/Ukraine naval drill planned for September 8, 2014 in the Black Sea right across from Sevastopol, the main Russian naval base in Crimea. If this isn’t a textbook situation for a false flag (sink one of the boats and blame it on Russia) then I don’t know what is…and, folks, Canada has a frigate in the fleet.

  5. BennyB says:

    Good call greencrow! This stinks, big time. This is precisely one of types of scenarios I was talking about. Getting in front of this with publicity, as you mentioned, could be helpful.

    I just happened across a video clip George Galloway debating with a caller on talk radio. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82svQGBlY08

    The caller is going on about how “we” (I guess NATO) need to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities… the same neocon war fantasy stuff we all know and love 😉 He’s talking about “limited strikes” (I think that was the term) and Galloway basically just tears the guy a new one, asking him how he expects Iran will respond to these “limited strikes”. It’s actually pretty hilarious.

    Back to the point though. WTF is the point of these exercises in the first place other than to be provocative? Is there a way to thrust reality into people’s faces in the same way Galloway did with this caller where people are forced to contemplate the absurdity of these war games? James, I don’t know how the shows where you provide analysis work, but maybe you could do some debates somewhere like RT and force people to think about what the ramifications of whatever “limited/targeted/asinine strikes” approximation will be applied towards Russia.

    I’m not sure if war games is the right description, but it’s the same type of crap either way

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