Merry Christmas! Best of The Corbett Report 2019

12/24/201935 Comments

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Another year has come and gone. While James takes time with his family, Corbett Report members are encouraged to log in and leave their suggestion for best report of 2019. There will be a different 2019 report posted to the front page of each day between Christmas and New Year.

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  1. Do You Want to Eat Some Pesticide? – #PropagandaWatch
    Lies, Damned Lies, and Government Nutrition Advice
    Experts Say “Experts Say” Headlines are Propaganda – #PropagandaWatch
    9/11 Whistleblowers (Full Documentary)
    Deep State Technology is Decades Ahead of Commercial Technology
    Top 5 “Conspiracy Theories” That Turned Out To Be True
    Solutions: Open Science
    Children Make Perfect Propaganda Props – #PropagandaWatch
    The Crisis of Science
    Han Solo Pimps World Government – #PropagandaWatch
    The TSA (and other experiments in evil)
    Election Interference Is OK When Uncle Sam Does It! – #PropagandaWatch

  2. Ethan Hunter says:

    So hard to choose…but…My list of Nominees:

    Where Did the Missing Trillions Go?
    Lies, Damned Lies, and Government Nutrition Advice
    Catherine Austin Fitts Explains the Financial Coup D’état
    9/11 Whistleblowers (Full Documentary)
    Worship the Stock Market, Wage Slave! – #PropagandaWatch
    IP Freely (Screw YouTube)
    Gaslight – Film, Literature and the New World Order
    From Silicon Valley to the Georgia Guidestones
    The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know
    The 5G Dragnet
    Meet Lee Harvey Oswald, Sheep-Dipped Patsy
    The Dark History of the Minimum Wage
    Patrick Wood on the Hard Road to World Order
    Russiagate: A Conspiracy Theory
    Solutions: Open Science
    Children Make Perfect Propaganda Props – #PropagandaWatch
    The Crisis of Science
    The TSA (and other experiments in evil)

    Most informative? Patrick Wood on the Hard Road to World Order

    Most humorous? Russiagate: A Conspiracy Theory

    Most entertaining? IP Freely

    Best documentary? The Science Series

    Best report? Secrets of Silicon Valley

  3. a822 says:

    Merry Christmas James!
    wouldn’t have expected to find
    A Christmas Carol in Flunwo, how interesting!
    2019 nomination :
    Very impressed with all 911 whistleblowers
    presented in this must see documentary,
    but the episode about the commissioners
    floored me. That officials
    on the commission would actually step down to talk is hope!
    Thanks James.

  4. hugo.c says:

    Lets not forget:

    A Structural Reevaluation of the Collapse of World Trade Center 7

    … and what the omission of the reporting of this teaches us.

    Happy Solstice / New Year break

  5. Octium says:

    9/11 Whistleblowers (Full Documentary)
    The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know
    The 5G Dragnet

    Merry Christmas to you all!!

    It could be a really happy new year too if just a few more people stopped believing in Government and stopped flushing their soul down that little hole in the ballet box.

    Christmas Truce of World War I

    • hugo.c says:


      Thank you so much for the 1914 Truce piece. It was only last night on christmas eve I spoke with my son about this and claimed it was a WWII thing. But, we recognised that the closeness of trench warfare would be an essential ingredient and so it must have been WWI.

      So, it was on my mind. I watched your video (dramatization) and thought, “lets find out a bit more about it”. Indeed, I’d been talking with my son and his two slightly older cousins about the change in media landscape since I was their age, with more information available to them via the Internet (and probably more propaganda too). I was encouraging them to develop their abilities to vet information. So, I thought I’d “put my money where my mouth is”. Below are some references, all with their biases, but importantly including original sources (men who were there). Yes, there is editorial control there too, as these are both BBC productions, but that’s fine, I know some of their biases. I list these in the order I consumed them, after watching the dramatization you provided.

      From this we learn so much. The military leadership were scared shitless about this “fraternization” as it could end the war. The regular soldiers learned that they were in identical lots with the same propaganda messages as their counterparts. The weather played a part. The “gifts” to the soldiers from their respective armies and families did too as they differed and thus were good for exchange. Of course, the british (and probably german, french …) military leadership did their best to censor this, but it was too wide spread to be fully repressed. But, it did take another 50 years to be widely publicized. So, they probably did achieve their purpose.

      But, more than anything else, it speaks to the inherent nature of people, as being good natured and friendly. A most important lesson as we continue to see the propaganda narrative control which the psycopaths require to prevent reasonable agreements between reasonable people.

      I really think that this story with all of its sub-plots is a great moment of reflection for the holiday season.

      Have a great solstice to new years break.

    • pearl says:

      Thank you, Octium, for that moving video. I’ll be passing that on and looking for the film in its entirety.

      Following its sentiments but with brutal reality, here’s Happy XMas (War is Over):

  6. Anarchon says:

    So much awesome material, I wish everyone watches ALL videos, but here’s some:

    Aesop’s Fables – Film, Literature and the New World Order

    The Crisis of Science

    Solutions: Open Science

    The 2nd Annual REAL Fake News Awards

    Lies, Damned Lies, and Government Nutrition Advice

    The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know

    Language is a Weapon

    9/11 Whistleblowers

  7. Mielia says:

    Niels Harrit Exposes the Terror War Lie
    was just too mind-blowing (simple) and important for me
    9/11 Whistleblowers (Full Documentary)
    The Dark History of the Minimum Wage

    I agree to the whole Crisis of Science as a subject to be featured but couldn’t decide which video
    I’d nominate Interview 1424 – Andrea Saltelli on The Crisis of Science
    but Episode 354 – Solutions: Open Science
    is great too and I am gonna read now/soon
    The Crisis of Science (is worse than you think)

    additionally very important imho:
    end of the world (bore you to tears)
    Deep Fakes CIA mission accomplished
    Language is a Weapon
    Children Make Perfect Propaganda Props
    Bruce Levine on Resisting Illegitimate Authority

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  8. marc.g says:

    * Language is a Weapon –
    * Aesop’s Fables – Film, Literature and the New World Order –
    * Steal This Podcast (Please!) –
    * Debunking Logical Fallacies with Keith Knight –

    * The Dark History of the Minimum Wage –

    * 9/11 Whistleblowers –

  9. taoss says:

    Catherine Austin Fitts Explains the Financial Coup D’état (2019)

    Interview 1497 – Catherine Austin Fitts on Where the Missing Trillions Are Going (2019)

    Mark Skidmore on the Pentagon’s Missing Trillions (2018)

    Interview 677 – James Corbett on The Solari Report (2013)

    The Financial Coup (and How to Overcome It) – Catherine Austin Fitts on GRTV (2012)

    Interview 461 – Catherine Austin Fitts on the Breakaway Civilization (2012)

    • Eric says:

      Allow me to +1 everything in this post, extra + to everything with Catherine Austin Fitts

    • Libertydan says:

      Add my vote to all of the above! I just watched “Century of Enslavement” again, however that was made in 2013. Follow the Money all the way to it’s point of creation, and, by God, you will get to the core of the problem, eh!
      $21 Trillion in unaccounted for spending by the Pentagon being exposed by insider Catherine Fitts and PHD MSU Professor Mark Skidmore is something everyone has to see in order to believe.
      What could be done with $21 trillion? (note that a Trillion is a thousand Billion and this is about 100 times what was spent on the Manhattan Project, in 2018 dollars). see link below

  10. alecpalek says:

    Merry christmas and a happy new year, Mr Corbett!

  11. Merry Christmas James. Thanks for all your hard work. I will support this as long as I am able. In no particular order:

    1. 9/11 Whistleblowers:

    2. The TSA (and other experiments in evil):

    3. Interview 1433 – Patrick Wood on the Hard Road to World Order:

    4.Experts Say “Experts Say” Headlines are Propaganda – #PropagandaWatch:

    5. The Global Government Is Preparing A Global Tax Regime:

    6. Ukrainegate: What You’re Not Being Told:

    7. China’s Suspiciously American Arsenal: A Closer Look:

  12. padraig says:

    merry Christmas James. you enlighten me almost daily. i hope for a great new year for your family. hygina the sadist is offering free tooth scraping AND other awful procedures for free. as usual. hehe. how are the flames doin this year? haven’t heard a thing. hopefully Iginla will pull them through! bon chance mon ami! i will be standing by. anti-murder. philosophy intact.

  13. travelinglass says:

    I thought this was excellent

    Episode 370 – The Afghanistan Papers Are Establishment Whitewash BS

    • Peripatêtikos says:

      This one also gets my vote. James spent a unusually great amount of time presenting and unwrapping the convolutions and pseudo-hard-hitting “revelations” of this particular CIA’s/Washington Post propaganda project, and posted it just on the heals of the pretend “bombshell” being dropped and credulously commented upon in the low-res, high-churn msm and alt media, both of which auto-flush like a bus station toilet.

      James’ signature pacing and dissection style reach down to the core of the hogwash. This goes quite a long way in orienting newcomers to such material. The image of a surgical theater comes to mind. It isn’t hurried, abridged, or reduced by too much jargon or shorthand, but neither is it indulgent. Good economy.

      It’s impossible to say that one TCR episode is so far better than any other, asserting a “best of” seems almost impossible, and even moot. But James’ painstaking yet basically simple detail and (I’ll say it again) careful elaboration are characteristic of the best work on the site. In any case, I think in terms of articles which I can send to bubbled friends and family, which don’t necessarily ruffle their political feathers but rather get them thinking about and remembering what is was like to actually think.

      Merry Christmas to all. There is every reason to be optimistic.

  14. skip says:

    Every episode I’ve seen is worthy of the list, but if I missed any, please repeat them.

    I hope you get a chance to expose the suppressed reality of “free” energy (like LENR) in 2020.

    All the best…

  15. lukas.a says:

    Forgive me, but during all the celebrations I don’t have the time to dig up all the full original titles. I’ll do my best nonetheless 🙂

    Aesop’s fables
    The Secrets of Silicon Valley
    9/11 Whistleblowers
    James’ interview with Marc Morano (so important given the anti-human CO2 propaganda)
    Worship the stock market, wage slave!

    That’d be it =)

    Merry Christmas & a happy New Year!

  16. Bilejones says:

    Tell me that the monitor in the background isn’t still wrapped in plastic!
    Top right looks suspicious.

  17. manbearpig says:

    “Won’t Somebody Think of the Children!!??”

    Inspiration’s finally hit and so I’ve decided to second AnimalsArentFood’s vote for

    Children Make Perfect Propaganda Props

    Brings home the fact of Schools being mass brainwashing factories and I’m afraid it’s worked on my own son, (though we’re still discussing it…)

    It’s the most cynical and enraging form of manipulation;

    Weaponizing Children! and using them as Human Shields! also frightening some to death Literally!! (with the children themselves perhaps coming to reGreta their current position one day as Mr. Corbett points out…)

    The children ARE sincere which is all the more enfuriating. The brainwashing has been fully effective.

    so, though it’s a Cornelian dilemma, choosing one is not choosing the others, for the form and in the spirit of the exercise, I’ll go with my “coup de coeur”.

    (Incidentally, I looked on with profound dismay during autumn of 2018, as the City of Lyon deliberately and successfully strived to conflate the Yellow Vests’ marches (which were initially all about opposing the tax hike on petrol) with the Climate Change marches. People marching together create affinities that can be… weaponized to dissipate and dispel movements…

    And speaking of thinking of the Children, has anyone seen this horror??:

    children? what children!!??

    Oh and! So nice to see new or rarely seen monikers! I’m looking forward to reading all your comments in the coming decade, my fellow Corbettophiles!

    Eat, Drink and be Merry!

  18. pearl says:

    Just adding my two cents, although they’ve been mentioned numerous times already:

    “Secretes of Silicon Valley”

    “Language is a Weapon”

    And anything with humor! More satire in 2020!

    My love and respect goes out to James, his family and to all Corbett members (I did my best to avoid using Corbetteers)!

    • manbearpig says:

      “(I did my best to avoid using Corbetteers)!”

      Hey! Incredible! Didya notice I did too!!?
      “Corbettophiles”!! Has a nice ring to it, no??



      Ok, guess we’ll go for “Corbett members”…

      • pearl says:

        I did notice! I was following your lead, but the caffeine hadn’t quite kicked in so “corbett members” was all my foggy brain could muster. “Corbettophiles” has a good rhythm, something I can dance to.

  19. Libertydan says:

    Happy Holidays!
    You deserve a break!
    Taking time to melt back into a “Read Only” mode will help you reach more viewers going forward.
    My guess, is that 99% of your viewers, read and/or view your material without ever posting a comment.
    Taking a week to sit back, spend some time with the family, and read over the comments as you decide what to post as your “Best of 2019”, is a good way to end a very productive year.
    Thanks for all the great material, you are truly helping to make the world a better place.

  20. cooly says:

    Hi Mr. Corbett-

    Happy holidays, whatever and however you celebrate. I wish you and your family the best.

    There have been other influences and experiences, but it is your work that has had the biggest impact on my change of mindset. I admire your tenacity, drive, and intelligence. You are quite a valuable human.

    And my friends were pleased with your DVDs they got as Xmas gifts.

    Broc, if you are reading this, the best to you as well. Your contribution to this work is vital and appreciated.


  21. Gary says:

    Not a nomination, just a joke:

    Hey Buckwheat, be careful who you’re ho-ho-ho’ing. There’s been a good comic strip out there for awhile, with Santa in court and on the stand, at his sexual harassment trial. The prosecutor is accusing him of calling his client a “ho” not once, but three times. LOL

  22. alexandre says:

    If I may be the party pooper, I don’t like this “best of” thing at all. It’s infantile and facebook like. It makes this look like tweeter or something. I was trying to find one I would consider “best” and couldn’t because every video and article is important on its own and not one can be seen as “better” than the other. I know it’s just a fun Christmas thing while James goes on vacation, ok, but it’s just silly.

    Ok, boo away.

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