Is “The Lord of the Rings” an Allegory? – Questions For Corbett #020

02/23/20156 Comments

In this edition of the “Questions For Corbett” series, James tackles your questions on constitutional challenges to the Federal Reserve, the 28 pages and 9/11, Steve Jobs and the New World Order, political interpretations of “The Lord of the Rings” and much more.

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SHOW NOTES:

Canadians Sue the Bank of Canada

Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve

Jefferson’s Opinion on the Constitutionality of a National Bank, 1791.

Hamilton’s Opinion as to the Constitutionality of the Bank of the United States, 1791

The Constitutional Basis for Central Banking

Rings Within Rings: How Secret Societies Direct World Politics

Timely book on Saudi/CIA backing of Al Qaeda

How to Grow More Vegetables: And Fruits, Nuts, Berries, Grains, and Other Crops Than You Ever Thought Possible on Less Land Than You Can Imagine

Ex-NeXT Developer: Steve Jobs “Would Have Died Before Giving In To The NSA”

Steve Jobs had ‘top secret’ security clearance

Silicon Spies: The US government and the tech revolution

Steve Jobs Is ‘Big Brother’ And Smartphone Users Are ‘Zombies,’ According To NSA Cell Phone Tapping Presentation

Ptech and the 9/11 Software (audio)

Ptech and the 9/11 Software (transcript)

The Lord of the Rings – FLNWO #07

Meet James Corbett

2009 Video Archive

Waterloo And The Rothschilds

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  1. shay says:

    Meet the Rothchilds?

  2. peeter.joot says:

    minor pedantic correction:

    re: Steve Jobs question: You mention that iOS is based on the linux kernel. I don’t believe that’s the case, and believe it’s based on a mach microkernel, using BSD Unix on top of that.

  3. arcadia11 says:

    interesting, timely –
    from the 3 dvds:

    spoken by galadriel at
    opening of ‘fellowship of the ring’

    the world is changed.
    i feel it in the water.
    i feel it in the earth.
    i smell it in the air.
    much that once was
    is lost – for none who
    now live remember it.

    spoken by saruman (reptile/man)
    from ‘the two towers’ 14:41

    the world is changing.
    who now has the strength
    to stand against the
    armies….

    15:27

    the old world will burn –
    the fires of industry.
    the forests will fall.
    a new order will rise.
    we will drive the machine of war
    with the sword and the spear and
    the iron fist of the orc. we only have
    to remove those who oppose us.
    it will begin in rohan. too long have
    these peasants stood against you –
    but no more. rohan, my lord, is ready
    to fall.

    1:58:17
    it is an army [orcs]bred for a single purpose;
    to destroy the world of men.

    in ‘return of the king’ 53:41

    the age of men is over.
    the time of the orc has come.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    orcs were genetically modified from elves.
    mk-ultra type programming of pain and
    torture was employed.

    arcadia

  4. Richard-Fitzwell says:

    #QFC

    James,
    Looking back at Episode #49 – Paperclipped Nazis and Stay Behind Gladios, I noticed there was no mention of Reinhard Gehlen and his spy organization even though he is featured prominently in some of the documentation you supplied. This organization seems particularly interesting given their involvement early on with the CIA and their alleged ties to NATO, and the P-2 in Italy, which could point to other things like Gladio. 6 years on from that podcast, any thoughts on Gehlen and his organization? Were they not on your radar back then and do they deserve consideration now?

  5. karl.h says:

    ‘the land and the king are one’ – from the movie Excalibur. Probably has older sources too.

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