Interview 952 - Financial Survival: 3D Chess on the Grand Chessboard

10/10/20145 Comments

Every week, James joins Alfred Adask on the Financial Survival program to discuss the latest geopolitical and economic news from around the globe. This week they tackle the protests in Hong Kong and how they fit into the bigger picture of the "New Cold War" in the Asia-Pacific and the bigger bigger picture of US complicity in building up China as a model for the New World Order. We also cover the falling oil price and its effect on international relations and the recent explosion at the Iranian Parchin military facility.


Hong Kong’s Umbrellas are ‘Made in USA’

Rockefeller Writes Obituary for Mao in New York Times

Exiled Chinese historians emerge with evidence of cannibalism and up to 80 million deaths under Mao's regime

Kissinger: "The role of China in a new world order is equally crucial"

Soros: China Will Lead New World Order

China Firing Back in New Cold War

China: Menace, Accomplice or Boogeyman?

The Great Decoupling: How the West is Engineering its Own Downfall

Finance minister warns Russia can't afford military spending plan

Dropping Oil Prices Threaten Moscow’s Budget

Parchin blast may be Iran's nuclear smoking gun

Filed in: Interviews
Tagged with:

Comments (5)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. TruthSeekerAlways says:

    I really appreciated this interview, and wished it had been a little longer. Great information. Thank you.

    • Algorithm of Consciousness says:

      I agree.

      This interview should have been longer because towards the end James was going into areas that I felt needed more time to expand on. But I guess sometimes we want too much. After all, we aren’t the ones expending our time and energy to produce the Corbett Report, a demanding feat indeed. I suppose it’s easy for our consumptive desires to lead to unrealistic expectations.

      James, when do you expect to do the podcast into the bankster oligarchy’s propping up of China to create a paper tiger? Also, will you explore the Bank for International Settlements in this podcast, or do you plan on doing a podcast on that entirely in itself? As always, thanks for your work.

      • Corbett says:

        Thanks for the comments, AoC. Unfortunately Financial Survival is a broadcast radio show with a set schedule, so the breaks and end point are fixed. Just another reason why podcasting is better than radio in my opinion!

        I hope to do the China podcast as the first podcast of next month. The B.I.S. not only needs a podcast unto itself, it probably needs the documentary treatment a la “Century of Enslavement.” But that obviously will take time, and I haven’t even thought about how to start laying that story out yet, so definitely not this year.

  2. wc1840 says:

    Great interview as always. Just would like to correct one thing in the show notes. The NYT letter by David Rockfeller was not an obituary for Chairman Mao. Chairman Mao did not die until September 9, 1976. This letter was written in 1973.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Back to Top