Interview 969 – Roundtable with Groningen Students

11/29/20145 Comments

On his tour of the Netherlands James talks with a group of students from the University of Groningen about their course, “Exploring the Challenges of Modern Society,” and the concept of collaborative learning. We discuss the latest episode of The Corbett Report on “China and the New World Order” as well as the alt media and hierarchical structures of control.

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  1. rockshot says:

    James, you left me with more questions than answers in this post!!!
    But isn’t that what is expected in a college course especially like this one seems to be?
    Tons of information is packed into this one, but will it satisfy those of us that come to you for explanation, since we are conditioned to think this way?
    I leave this one even more perplexed and am trying to come up for air, while drowning in the sea of misinformation and deceit.
    Still Please bear in mind that most of us still have the business of daily life to try to deal with, so there are only so many hours left in the day. Still you continue to open my mind and I thank you for that!
    You say that it is a “matter of personal interest what one chooses to further research and study”. So since I am interested in too many topics and want a general overview of this “three dimensional chess game”, I can see that I need to narrow my focus, as if that were possible. I do not believe that it is.
    I completely understand your points, and NO it is not so simple.
    Thank you again for this upload!

    • Corbett says:

      Thank you for the feedback, Rockshot. I hope you realize you’re not alone in feeling overwhelmed in all of this. I hope I never come off as someone with all the answers because the truth is no one person does have all the answers. We are all together in the trench fighting this information war, so I appreciate all of the contributors to this community who are helping out in this process.

  2. Ramer says:

    It was hard to tell just from listening but it sounded like there were two very different responses from two different students and I was curious if you had this impression too. One female student seemed in the verge of “waking up” and described the material as “boom”. Another seemed to be under the spell of cognitive dissidence and had even done research to prove for example that the Rockefellers were good people etc. if my impression is correct it would be fascinating to see where both are at when the course ends. Fascinating interview thank you

  3. cush350 says:

    Steve,

    At 64, retired, with time to find you, I say thank you and damn you. The realization so late in life that I have been one of the many cattle for so long is upsetting and my few friends think I’m nuts to question what has been spoon fed to us in the US of Banksters. Keep up the good work, more cattle need to be enlightened.

    Thank you,

    cush

    • Corbett says:

      I’ve heard of damning with faint praise, but never praising with faint damn. Thanks for the feedback, Cush. Trust me, I know what it’s like to realize you’ve been lied to.

      Oh, and my name is James.

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