Interview 1817 - Bohemian Grove Sacrifices Staffers - #NewWorldNextWeek

07/14/202340 Comments

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Story #1: EU Parliament: The People Pushback Against WHO Pandemic Treaty Tyranny

Video: LIVE from the European Parliament, Brussels – Trust and Freedom: Challenging the Pandemic Treaty

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Story #2: Irish Farmers Outraged as Government Moves to Cull 200,000 Healthy Cows to Meet Climate Goals

Carbon Pawprints and the Rationing of Life

Video: Nick Lutsko - “Joe Biden Wants To Take Your Meat”

Story #3: Bohemian Grove, Secretive Club for Powerful, Sued By Workers Over Wages

Workers Sue Secretive Elite Club Bohemian Grove for Wage Theft

Tock Rush, father of the CEO and pilot of the OceanGate sub that imploded, Stockton Rush, was the former president-elect of the Bohemian Club

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  1. HyperSimian says:

    Eet zee petz

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Story #1: EU Parliament: The People Pushback Against WHO Pandemic Treaty Tyranny

    4:43 mark
    Pilato says:
    “James, maybe they really are Corbett Report listeners?”

    That definitely is a possibility!

    Stacking the deck. (To arrange the card deck in order to achieve the result you want.)

    Sometimes when I post a comment, I make it a point to deliberately mention names (both good guys or bad guys.) I deliberately try to use keywords.
    There is not doubt in my mind that Corbett Report comments can come up on search engine results. That is how I found the link further below.

    There is also no doubt in my mind that, on occasion, a person who is mentioned in the comment section might see a search result that leads them to the Corbett Report.

    [MEP = Member of the European Parliament]
    MEP Cristian Terhes, MEP Mislav Kolakušić, Christine Anderson (Germany), Francesca Donato (Italy), Ivan Vilibor Sinčić and more are some of the names which I have typed repeatedly in the comment section over the years.

    EU Parliament Freedom Fighters – SUB-THREAD leading to other SUB-Threads

  3. kirm says:

    Just going to leave this here:

    James was right in suspecting it…don’t know if it’s a fake but it looks like it connects all the dots.

  4. pkadams says:

    Yes , a sacrificial cult indeed! Good show guys.

  5. gundy11 says:

    Does anyone have a video link that relates to the clips shown when Corbett was talking about Jim Tucker and Bilderberg?

  6. simad says:

    “Tock Rush, father of the CEO and pilot of the OceanGate sub that imploded, Stockton Rush, was the former president-elect of the Bohemian Club”

    And his wife who works for OceanGate, Wendy Rush, happens to be a descendant of the Straus’s who died on the Titanic.

    Wife of OceanGate pilot is descendant of an immortalized Titanic couple

  7. niklas1985 says:

    I would just like to explicitly state my 100% support of Life and rejection of the Malthusian anti-life cult. Strong language is necessary from Corbett et al to try and combat this evil.

    • mkey says:

      Soft language does seem to be very near the root of all evil.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Friday July 14, 2023
      In her remarks on investments to tackle Climate Change, Vice President Kamala Harris called on America to “reduce population.”
      Harris said: ”…think about the impact on something like public health when we invest in clean energy and electric vehicles and reduce population, more of our children can breathe clean air and drink clean water.”

  8. Ectorshire Wolf says:

    I think Greta should be given a slaughter knife and let her slice the first heifer. Odds are she would enjoy it.

    Does the guy with James always laugh at his extremely hilarious comments; or is it canned laughter?

  9. minnie says:

    I wonder what vegans will think about the Irish cow cull. The globalists seem to be going out of their way to turn as many groups as possible against them.

    • Gavinm says:


      I asked a vegan at work what she thinks of that and she said she is appalled. She did not like the idea of any humans killing four legged beings (regardless of if they are a butcher or some kind of weird climate change police).

      I personally think large grazing animals could be very beneficial for the environment (soil building, erosion prevention and habitat creation) IF they were managed like the indigenous people’s of what is now called the United States and Canada managed and interacted with the buffalo herds.

      However, it is also worth nothing that type of symbiotic relationship (and reverence/respect for animals) is not really compatible with a profit driven factory farming system, thus, I do not see the potential environmental benefits of grazing animals being practically applicable in most conventional livestock operations (given the current dominant mentalities, conditioning and other inhibiting factors like property size limitations).

      • minnie says:

        Could not agree more! I gave up meat in 1983 or 4 because I was not happy with farming practices at the time. About 10 years later I lived on a farm with tenant farmers who treated their cows very well, and to be honest if I’d lived on that farm in the 1980s I would probably still be eating meat!

        I’ve always thought hunting for meat is natural and I have eaten game since I gave up meat, though my tastes have changed over the years and I don’t like it.

  10. rossd says:

    Looks like the sustainability climate cult has a lot of occupational hazards common to dogmatism. The basis for human caused climate crisis is auto-narcissism and has mental disorders that usually follow: God-
    complex delusions, self loathing projections, EDD-empathy deficit disorder, hero-savior-complex. Hard core glassy eyed cultist live in a
    pseudo reality and operate with para-logic, para-morality and para-ethics. They’re literally beside themselves and psychotic in their self absorbed virtue signaling righteousness.

    Greta is an abused child, her mother and many others should be locked up for using her in their fanatic cult. Another deformed child star who’ll most likely never recover from her celebrity delusions

    Thanks James+James for all of your good work…


  11. limey says:

    Talking about the cow culling in Ireland. James I know there was some woman doing a “one health” degree at the conference you went to. The idea of her being a vet had me smarting. For those who think that the WHO top down agenda will be bad for us remember its going to be worse for the animals
    This documentary isn’t hyperlink heavy but it gives you a little window into hell

    Insight: Slaughtered on Suspicion

  12. TimmyTaes says:

    My wife and I catered at the Bohemian Grove in Monte Rio on the Russian River many times in the 2000s. We never worked at the Monastery Camp. We worked at various other camps, but mostly at The Grill. The Grill is the community building that all the camps can rent from the Bohemian Club which runs the Grove.
    The Grill is a cool building. The bar inside encircles the trunk of a giant redwood. There is a huge fireplace in the room. Also, at the entrance to the kitchen, there is a beautiful painting of a lovely naked maiden gazing at the moon over a lake.
    The kitchen was crap. The dishwasher leaked. All of the Bohemian Grove dinnerware has the owl logo on it (which is also in the upper right-hand corner of a US dollar bill next to the “1”).
    The only employee I ever met who worked for the Bohemian Club, was a nice old guy in his sixties. He drove one of the open-air buses used to drive people around to the camps. All the cars have to park in the lot by the front entrance.
    Maybe things have changed at The BG. But the camps are responsible for paying their own workers and us caterers, not the Bohemian Club.

  13. TimmyTaes says:

    PS: Why do the elites always seem to experiment and kill the Irish first?

  14. Jed says:

    They’re not just killing cows, the alpha-gal could decimate the cattle and pork industry. I’ve an allergic reaction to meat from any hooved animal. They call it “Alpha-gal” and I’m gonna bet it’s from gain of function research. It’s tic born and lasts for three to six years. I’ve had it since 5/18, I can eat cheese now so it’s definitely wearing off — but anyway, beware of this condition. Call me a conspiracy theorist but I believe this Alpha-gal is a bio weapon. The deer swim like fish, from here to Plumb Island, across the LI Sound to Lyme CT., that’s the town that gave Lyme disease its name, another bio weapon. I’ve had that a couple times but that’s nothing special, not around here. This shits real, they are trying to kill us.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Jed says:
      “I’m gonna bet it’s from gain of function research.”

      I sure won’t take the other side of that bet.
      There is no way that “Alpha-gal” naturally evolved suddenly and became spread by ticks.

      This Ultraviolet Light approach possibly could be a remedy, because the mechanics align. IMAGE I have had UBI several times, and always feel revived afterwards.

      There is a 25 minute video entitled: UBI Overview by Tom Lowe
      [The basics of UBI (Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation) therapy, what it is, what it does, its history and studies.]
      In my opinion, the mechanics of UBI perform the function which vaccines are “supposed to perform”…and more.

      • Jed says:

        Thanks HRS, I’ve never heard of any UV light treatment outside of the fake n’ bakes, those tanning places that used to be all over the place. Sounds safe, effective and inexpensive and that’s probably why I haven’t heard of it.

  15. mkey says:

    Poorest Region of America – What It Really Looks Like

    Southern West Virginia to Eastern Kentucky is the largest region of economically distressed counties in the country. In many ways, it’s a different America here. But what’s it feel like to travel through this region in Appalachia and what do the locals have to say? Join me on this epic road trip to find out.

    Not exactly my neck of the woods, but I found these “common” (actually, quite extraordinary) everyday people and their clear, cogent thinking quite refreshing.

  16. TimmyTaes says:

    I like the James Corbett Report website. I’ve followed it for over ten years. But now I like substack accounts better. I get immediate notices of comments and can have conversations with many people of all backgrounds.
    The JCR has the same people on the site all the time making comments. It’s an out-dated webform IMO.
    Substack is the way to go.
    All the best.

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Story #1: EU Parliament: The People Pushback Against WHO Pandemic Treaty Tyranny

    Monday July 17, 2023 – Zero Hedge
    7 minute video in article.
    Sidenote: The background music itself has qualities of “Things that Inspire”
    “We Will Bring You Down”: German MP Vows To Dismantle WHO’s Grip On Governments

    German MP Christine Anderson last week shredded the World Health Organization, calling it a group of “globalitarian misanthropists” who she – and a group of seven other MPs, have vowed to dismantle in order to oppose the WHO supplanting democratically elected governments.

    “An unelected body like who is controlled and run by multi-billionaires should never be allowed to act in place of a democratically elected government,” she said during the Citizen’s Initiative conference in Brussels.

    Anderson says she’ll expose and name any individuals, including government officials and parliamentarians, who support the WHO ‘power grab’ and disrespect democracy.

    “It is you [WHO] that is the small fringe minority,” she continued. “You are the ones who do not have the right to dictate to the people what they want and what they don’t want.”

    “So take it from me … take it from the millions and millions of people around the world. We will bring you down, and we will not tire until we have done just that. So brace yourselves. We are here, and the fight is on. So let’s have the fight.”

    • Gavinm says:


      Thanks for the excerpts.

      Lets hope she does not have an unfortunate car accident, sudden aneurism or become ‘helplessly depressed’ and get suicided.

      They will likely first throw all they have at a malicious character assassination campaign, dig some skeletons out of her closet (or perhaps manufacture some and then parade them around) and attempt blackmail, but it that fails.. well I hope those in the higher realms are watching over those like that lady who are willing to tell it like it is and stand up to globalist bullies as, if history has taught us anything, there is likely not much everyday humans can do to protect people that stand on the political stage and speak like that against the wrath of the psychopathic parasite class.

      God be with her.

  18. Gavinm says:

    James, you said “anyone who is listening to this discussion and who is firmly in that camp and is firmly environmentalist and who says “who cares about humans, I mean, they’re just a cancer on the planet, but we have to save the Earth”. They are literally now drawing the line and asking you to step across it.”

    I propose that implying that people who care about the environment or those that are “environmentalists” are part of a “camp” that is anti-human is also an action that attempts to “draw a line in the sand”. I feel that it serves to create a counter-intuitive and unhelpful us vs them situation (attempting to paint people as either ‘black’ or ‘white’, when in fact, as with most things, people’s attitudes towards humans and the protection of the environment fall into many shades of grey).

    en·vi·ron·men·tal·ist –


    1. a person who is concerned with or advocates the protection of the environment.


    That does not say anything about seeing humans as nothing more than a cancer, being willing to cull animals nor cull humans.

    Killing a bunch of cows is obviously not going to help humans nor the environment. Whether livestock acts as a detriment or a syntrophic agent and regenerative presence in an ecosystem is determined by how humans raise and interact with the animals.

    I personally do not tend to put myself in little boxes (such as the label “environmentalist”) but as you know very well, I am passionate about educating people about the importance of protecting, preserving and regenerating wilderness, soil, water and mature ecosystems. That passion (which some have and some may continue to choose to put in the box of “environmentalism” in their words and/or mind) does not involve a willingness to throw humans under the bus so that the wilderness, soil or mature ecosystems can flourish. On the contrary, I feel that humans are capable of becoming exactly the medicine this maimed world needs at this critical fork in the road that our family of humanity stands at now.

    (continued in another comment..)

    • Gavinm says:

      (..continued from comment above)

      I contend that (in the context of the web of life and planetary organism which some call “Mother Earth” of which we humans are but one thread) whether or not a human being has an impact that is reminiscent to that of a cancer cell or has an impact which is reminiscent to a stem cell, white blood cell or medicine of some kind, is determined by how one decides to exercise their free will.

      In other words, it is not an innate nor intrinsic quality in the human being that determines whether or not we end up interacting with the body of the Earth like a cancer cell interacts with the body of a human beings, but rather it is how we use the gift of our God given free will that determines whether we become like a cancer cell or a medicine. Each of us is capable of either path.

      Caring about protecting the environment (intact wilderness places, mature ecosystems, fresh water, soil and “Mother Earth” in general) is not a perspective and set of priorities that is synonymous with being anti-human nor is it synonymous with thinking humans are intrinsically like a cancer on the Earth. Implying that idea is not only fallacious, it is also counter-intuitive to aligning our combined efforts to accomplish common goals for it serves to fragment our communities further (creating more us vs them camps unnecessarily).

      I propose that throughout history we can observe many instances (in cultures all over, spanning millennia) where human beings chose to be as a medicine for this Earth, they chose to be as a cell within the planetary organism that served to increase the resilience, biodiversity, size and beauty of mature ecosystems, while living in their midst, reciprocally (and not diminishing them). We have a lot to learn from those humans in this time when many humans have decided to define themselves as takers, “consumers” and a parasitic presence within the ecosystems that support their life, rather than choosing to be part of a web of symbiotic relationships based in reciprocity.

      Therefore, it is not our innate nature (as human beings) that determines whether we (as individual human beings) could be aptly analogized as a cancer cell or a medicine, but rather it is the choices we make, each and every day, which either serve to be life affirming and reciprocate the many gifts we are given by the living Earth, or they serve to do the opposite.

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