Online Media: The Promise and the Peril

10/24/202184 Comments

In preparation for my upcoming course on The History of the Media, The Corbett Report Subscriber is presenting a three-part series on the past, present and future of mass media. In the first edition I examined How the First Media Moguls Shaped History. Last week I detailed How TV Hypnotizes You. This week I turn my attention to the nature of the online media revolution.

In the space of just two generations, we have transitioned from a world where most people subscribed to newspapers and adjusted the bunny ears on their TV sets to receive their nightly news broadcast to a world where most people browse social media posts from around the world and stream the latest news reports directly to their phone. You don't have to go out on a limb to suggest that the "online revolution" that has taken place in the 21st century is at least as dramatic (if not more so) than the Gutenberg printing press revolution itself.

But those of us who have been pondering the nature of this online revolution might be premature in making any final pronouncements on its ultimate significance. As it turns out, the real revolution might still be in the works . . . and this revolution threatens to alter society so drastically that it could transform humanity itself.

If you've got your eyes peeled for such things, you'll have already noticed the PR propaganda roll-out pimping this coming transformation.

Case in point: Facebook's name change. In case you hadn't heard, as of next week, Facebook will no longer be known as Facebook. At least, that's what The Verge is reporting, telling us that "Facebook is planning to change its company name next week to reflect its focus on building the metaverse, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter."

So what is the "metaverse?" And what does the hype surrounding this next digital revolution tell us about the kind of world that's coming into view?

Join me for a sweeping overview of the good, the bad and the ugly of the online media revolution in this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber. Also, Corbett Report members can log in here for discounts on my upcoming course at Renegade University and a coupon code for 25% off Corbett Report DVDs at the new New World Next Week shop.

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Yahoo News – Comment Section and Historical Record
    I want to add some tidbits to the timeline.

    James Corbett writes:
    (Yahoo! News of all outlets was a notable long-time hold-out to this trend, but they too succumbed last year, replacing their comments section with some self-contradictory boilerplate text about “creating a safe and engaging space for users to connect” and “improving our community experience” by “temporarily suspending comments.”)

    Thursday July 23, 2020 is the date which Yahoo News suspended comments.
    “Yahoo Finance” is somewhat segregated from Yahoo News. My memory might be wrong, but as I recall, the “Yahoo Finance” comment section was still active on 7/23. It went dark on the weekend following the July 30th Bill Gates interview. Months later in 2021, “Yahoo Finance” reinstates its comment section, but not Yahoo News. However, on rare occasions a Yahoo News article will offer a comment section. Currently, “Yahoo Finance” has a comment section.

    Monday July 27, 2020
    “America’s Frontline Doctors” staged a press conference in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
    Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube scrub the viral video. Eventually, their “America’s Frontline Doctors” website also was removed.

    Thursday morning – July 30, 2020
    Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andrew Serwer interviews Bill Gates. (34 minutes)
    The “America’s Frontline Doctors” event was noted:
    Bill Gates says:
    ”…In terms of this outrageous, ya know, Hydroxychloroquine anti-mask thing. It spread so fast, that even though eventually the social media people stopped it, it was so famous that now people are still seeking it out.
    And so their ability to stop things before they become widespread – uh, I think that they probably should improve that.
    I don’t think it is easy, because it spread so quickly. I mean, that thing was fairly new and now we have 14 million views and you can’t find it directly on those services, but everybody is sending the link around because it is still out there on the internet.
    And that one – this Hydroxychloroquine thing, this is nutty stuff. I mean, we are supposed to be a developed country that uses science. Oh my god! It’s, uh ah, really hard to believe that that what’s being retweeted.”

    SUB-THREAD of “Bill Gates and Andrew Serwer” (June 2009)

    May 1, 2020 – The Corbett Report publishes the first in a documentary series
    Who Is Bill Gates?

  2. mkey says:

    WHO: How to distinguish between Flu and Covid-19

    TLDW: the loss of smell and taste are a hallmark of “Covid”. Can people consume this information and not experience an aneurysm? I almost went with my first through the screen whilst watching these vaccine seller’s pitch.

    • LastHumanist says:

      The tastelessness in this world is mostly COVID related these days.
      Sounds about right.

  3. mkey says:

    Oh, the second recommended viewing suggestion is not recommended at all, it is absolutely essential.

    What the Migram experiment showed is that 67% of people in this country, your neighbors, good Americans, will allow their conscience to be overridden, will trample their won values if they are told to do so by a voice of authority. And particularly by a doctor in a medical coat.

    And the people, that 67%, that means that 33% didn’t do that. And the 33% are the people that sit here in this room. And you need to be proud that you were not in that group that electrocuted somebody. You know, my father told me when I was a little kid, he read the diary of Anne Frank to me and my siblings, and said “you know, people kept saying at that point in history a lot of people were talking about the nazis and how the German people could have let that happen to them”. My father said “you know, this has nothing to do with Germans. We all have this disease. They can do this to any of us”. And he said “you kids need to ask yourself, if this ever happens in the united states, would you be the people who hid Anne Frank or would you be the people who turned her in.

    And you guys have all answered that question, you are the ones who would have hidden Anne Frank. And you need to be proud of that. You kept your values, your critical thinking when they were under terrible, ferocious assault.

    And, what I will pledge to you, is that I’m proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with all of you and my friend Ron Paul and fight this battle, the second American revolution, and I can tell you right now: I do not know whether we are going to win or lose and I can tell you the only thing I can control is the little piece of real estate inside my own shoes. And I can tell you that, whatever happens, that I will go down fighting and that I will die with my boots on.

    • Steve Smith says:

      I enjoyed listening to all the speakers at that conference but you’re right. RFK’s talk was especially powerful. I really think that guy is sincere.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Just finished listening.
      Thanks mkey. And I really appreciate you putting those quotes in the comment. For me, that was a highlight of his talk.

      • mkey says:

        I got that from you, Homey. With things zooming past I too often don’t have the time to provide a snippet, but sometimes one should take some time to do things properly.

    • VieuxOrdinaire says:

      Regarding what your father said about Anne Frank’s diary (which was an outstanding propaganda tool by the way);

      “The line separating good and evil passes not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties either — but right through every human heart — and through all human hearts. This line shifts. Inside us, it oscillates with the years. And even within hearts overwhelmed by evil, one small bridgehead of good is retained”

      ― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

  4. mkey says:

    My experience using ivermectin and fluvoxamine in 4000 acute COVID-19 patients: 5 hospitalized. 0 dead. 4000 recovered. 5 pharmacist threats. 1 medical board complaint. 1 lawyer retained. Hundreds of medication transfers for pharmacist refusals.

  5. Mishelle says:

    Another great article James, so appreciate your work! And that’s awesome about your upcoming course, all the best, sounds super! My opinion on the technocratic metaverse is a hunch, and a cliche, ‘You can’t cheat an honest man.’ These lords of fakery will have their fun, and the costs to our world will be very expensive, imo. We will go back to a time when folks readily sell themselves and their children into slavery as a hope for their better future. But, that will be an improvement, because at least then it will be a choice based on reality, not an existential state of being based on deceptions and illusions of freedom.

  6. inisfad says:

    How sad is it that our world is being run by a mob of, well, basically, psychopaths?? In my naïveté, I would have loved to have an internet where I could connect all over the world. I would have loved to have a smart phone device that brought all the world’s information to my fingertips, no matter where I was. I would have loved to be able to virtually stand on the moon, and see how beautiful and fragile our planet is. Who are these criminals that take these ideas and inventions and make them so evil and oppressing in their quest to build the human zoo? If, indeed, there is some omniscient power in the universe, some reality to the idea of karma, some universal justice beyond the hands of men, I will do nothing but smile when this cabal and their absurd, ignorant messengers finally get their just desserts.

    • Fact Checker says:

      “Who are these criminals that take these ideas and inventions and make them so evil…?”

      The criminals come up with the ideas, specifically to trick and entrap the masses. The internet was developed by DARPA, and has been a weaponized, military technology from the get-go. All the “world’s information at your fingertips” was just the cheese in the trap. The “human zoo” was always the end, while the ‘net (appropriately named) was merely the means.

      “…our world is run by a mob…”

      The world is run according to laws of nature, in which life forms by necessity feed on and exploit other life forms, and convert the energy of the consumed into just more predatory energy. Just like the gazelle grazes the grass, the cheetah devours the gazelle, the tribesman hunts the cheetah for sport and wears its skin for status, the slaver captures the tribesman to steal his cheetah skin and traffic him for silver, the taxman squeezes the slaver with confiscatory assessments, the white man conquers the regional taxation apparatus to add to his empire, and the Jew conquers the white man’s empire from within using stealth, cunning, and legalistic trickery.

      Then, finally, the whole of organic nature is preyed upon by an alien, machine-like force of inanimate energy that forcibly merges the biological with the machine, and puts the enslaved animal flesh to new purposes still (the “Technosphere” or “Technopoly”). It’s all just bigger and bigger fish, all the way up to a celestial monster-whale of some kind feeding on the whole rotten food chain. Although from the perspective of any given prey, the predator about to eat him appears “wicked,” from the predator’s perspective he’s just doing what comes natural, to quell the hunger and want that were programmed into him by the apathetic forces of nature.

      “If, indeed, there is some omniscient power in the universe…I will do nothing but smile when this cabal and their absurd, ignorant messengers finally get their just desserts.”

      Who do you think programmed the cabal to do what they’re doing? The same economic and physical laws that generated the vicious, voracious cheetah generated those greedy and depraved men, according to the same logic. They’re just doin’ what come natural! Their just desserts are the pleasure and power that they achieve on the barbaric planet we all temporarily inhabit, and the omnipotent Power delights in that very injustice.

    • LastHumanist says:

      As long as the masses enable the psycho predators who seek power over them by any means, you cannot expect the world to be run in any other way.

      Who do you think will rise to the occasion whenever people decide personal responsibility is too much of a chore? It’s not the crowd that cares about freedom and individual rights. I will not think for other people and make their choices for them.

      Whenever a cabal is punished it is punished through the weight of its own actions. Meanwhile, their victims forever remain raped and murdered. Cosmic justice is not really a thing, is it? Why would our morality by the standard for some cosmic force, anyway? The concept seems more like a human projection to me.

      I have enabled the powers that be throughout my life and I am sure the same is true for every single one of us. Opting out more to avoid participating in the mounting harm done by this system has been costly for me and smiling is the last thing on my mind when I consider the future and ultimate breakdown of the cabal. This whole thing is a mess for everyone involved. Weak people, including the oligarchy, create bad times for all. But the bad times will create strong people who’ll bring about a better age once more.

    • Duck says:

      “”How sad is it that our world is being run by a mob of, well, basically, psychopaths??..”
      Thats pretty normal, since forever the psychopaths just used to be of the same genetic heritage and need the labor of the normies.

      “.. In my naïveté, I would have loved to have an internet where I could connect all over the world. I would have loved to have a smart phone device that brought all the world’s information to my fingertips,..”
      You STILL CAN have those things, at least for right now.. you just need to be smart and active enough to find out what your options are with linux.

      I kinda despair of human nature when I see conspiracy theorists working in windows….give it 10 years and most people wont even be able to OPEN videos or documents thanks to TPM

      The Indian and the Aborigine once made and understood the tools they had… the white people sold them tools and vices like tobacco that they needed to trade for. Normal humans desire easy tools made by other people that just work… thats why the future is slavery for most

  7. Mishelle says:

    On another note, the first time I experienced the infancy of the internet was the ‘Minitel’ in France in the 80s. I thought it was amazing and couldn’t imagine, as an American, that the French thought of it first. Also they already had a precursor to electronic banking in Europe even back then. So, we think of these techs as originating and operating through Silicon Valley, but I wonder how true is that impression. Also, I got involved very early in Ed Tech, at Arizona State (mid 90s) and again, loved it. I thought, I believed it as they sold it, along with all their concerns about privacy. As online teachers then we were told not to use our photos, not to disclose any location or other personal information ever, not with students, not even with ‘admin’ in some cases—privacy was a top priority. That had already shifted completely by the time I worked for the online uni American Public University they were forcing us toward video of ourselves and constant monitoring of the students and testing all kinds of surveillance tech, that was when I saw how pervasive and twisted it had all become. Left job, got rid of smart phone, started homesteading and love it SO much more! :).

  8. Fact Checker says:

    You know, come to think of it, In the Hall of the Mountain King always popped into my head ever since I first saw that grotesquely wizened dwarf Fauci…

  9. mik says:

    Matrix is to extent good analogy for metaverse, you get rough picture and a healthy human will conclude it is something bad.
    While Matrix is reminiscent of Plato’s cave, metaverse might be the ultimate embodiment of Simulacra (Baudrillard), something much much worse. Although Baudrillard is prophet of doom (imnho), it is worth to know a bit of his philosophy. Video below gives easy access.

    What did Baudrillard think about The Matrix?

    • Fact Checker says:

      The Matrix is surely the kind of of film about the matrix that the matrix would have been able to produce.”

      Great stuff. Thanks, mik!

      The part about soldiers being made to feel that real battles were merely extensions of their training simulations evokes, of course, Ender’s Game, so in that sense maybe even that book was more “Baudirllardian” than The Matrix was.

      It also called to mind the vertigo that I’m sure is felt by these wonks from the John Hopkins Center for Biosecurity who attended annual “simulations” of events like SPARS, CladeX, Crimson Contagion, and Event 201, which got progressively closer and closer to the “real-world” Convid scamdemic. I imagine they still wake up occasionally thinking, “Is this real world or exercise?”

      • mik says:

        “Is this real world or exercise?”

        In strict Baudirllardian view they would be incapable even to pose this question.

        I guess you like Baudrillard.

        • Fact Checker says:

          “In strict Baudirllardian view they would be incapable even to pose this question.”

          Not so fast. They would be capable of posing the question…it’s just that there would be no answer!
          And I think we are very much past that stage!

          • mik says:

            First, none of us is Baudrillard scholar.

            Ok, incapable is too strong word, that would be denying a capacity of reason of posing unanswerable or meaningless questions.

            Following analogy is better. Blind person is probably aware other people have a concept of colors. He is capable to ask about a color, but the question has no meaning for him. It makes no sense to ask meaningless questions, although ability exist.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Thanks mik! Really enjoyed that Baudrillard/Matrix video.
      Loved the punchline: The Matrix is precisely the sort of movie that the Matrix could’ve produced.

      Interesting concept: the creators being incapable of seeing that the concept is the inability to see the shift… making a movie based on a philosophical notion that one (or two in this case) Seem to have so fundamentally misunderstood… with the perverse result of the movie ultimately being an excellent example of the dangers Baudrillard observes or warns about…

      Well, then again, what would you expect from women filmmakers!? Especially sister teams.

      Then again, I’m neither a Baudrillard nor a Wachowski scholar.

      • mik says:

        “…women filmmakers”

        No, no, men filmmakers. Men always screw up things. 😉

        • nosoapradio says:

          well, if you say so…


          • mik says:

            what a reply, indeed :-))

            Just came back from a peripathetic journey (well, without disciples or comrades) and I realized:

            social media—->>>> “welcome to the desert of the Real”

            ‘rona scamdemic—->>>> simulation of simulation on top of simulation…simulacra. What a surprise cult members cannot be reached.

            Damn postmodernists are not so useless at all.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks for that video and your comment description.
      I’m glad I watched it.

      • mik says:


        I just found more philosophy 🙂

        You are unable to refuse this, this is like…
        you know film from dusk till dawn
        and that promoter describing all the varieties of pussies they have
        how he ends?
        you buy one pussy and get one for free
        this is immoral offer, who the hell could reject Ménage à trois

        ok, lets get serious
        it’s about the Truth (12min each)

        Friedrich Nietzsche, the attack on truth
        Richard Rorty, language as a tool (*it’s about Truth*)

  10. LastHumanist says:

    The Amphitheatrum Flavium will not get a break, it seems.
    Morituri te salutant…

  11. JD says:

    Thank you, James. Your work is so very appreciated.

  12. hamirand says:

    I probably just missed it when everyone figured out that Zuck looks like Data from Star Trek: Next Generation? On another note, now I have to go look up the above Fauci reference.

    • Fact Checker says:

      If you really want to see Fauci’s fictitious doppelgänger, image-search: “HOGGLE + LABYRINTH.”

    • paul823 says:

      He also looks like Jen Psaki. Maybe they came from the same batch?

  13. TruthSeeker says:

    Ah yes, so where are we headed from here?
    The Gates and the Googles of this world have been saying that data is the new oil, or was it, Gold.
    Anyway, by collecting enough data those with access to it can control anyone.
    Indeed, most of us know that every email, phone call, and text message we send or receive has been stored on a Government Computer in Utah. What we may not know is that all of that data has been shared with the Government of Israel. The ABC (so called) News Report I heard on the Radio said that the U.S. Government was allowing Israel access to it because they were the only ones that could sort it out. OK, so who runs the Deep State that controls the U.S. Central Government? Well, it ain’t the People of the free and independent States.
    Where we are headed is to be turned against each other, that is, if we let it happen.
    Leave the phone at home from time to time, save your data from them.

  14. Duck says:

    “…You don’t have to go out on a limb to suggest that the “online revolution” that has taken place in the 21st century is at least as dramatic (if not more so) than the Gutenberg printing press revolution itself…”

    A REVOLUTION is a turn of the wheel… complete only when we return to the status quo.
    As the Gutenberg revolution brought down the lying catholic Church as people read the Bible it led to mass media outlets that exercised a similar control over the mind of the the common man… as the internet disrupted the mass media it sucked every ounce of energy from the common man and made his a slave

    Cliford Stoll wrote Silicon Snake OIl way back in the day.. WELL worth reading review of the book

  15. Voluntaryist says:

    The one & only political paradigm worldwide is authoritarian. The degree of control varies, but continually moves toward more and more control, i.e., totalitarianism (tyranny). This politics is self-destructive, unsustainable, socially unstable. It needs to be replaced with a non-violent, individual choice based paradigm.

    The best, i.e., life enhancing, ideas will win out if all ideas are allowed. I don’t fear tech. It is a tool for life or to kill. It is a choice for the user. I like choices. I’ll bet my life I can make the right ones. Others? Not so much. That’s why I communicate. My life depends on the society. I must speak out in self defense, self interest.

  16. slurry says:

    I never thought I’d be praying for natural disasters….. Listening to guys like Graham Hancock talk about the younger dryas impact hypothesis, or how we pass through the torrid meteor stream twice a year and comparing it to putting on a blindfold and crossing a freeway, used to really freak me out. Or hearing about how dendrochronology had revealed points in history where the sun was blotted out for more than a decade due to volcanic eruptions, resulting in famine and plague. There has been some crazy natural disasters that have happened to this planet and I’ve spent a good amount of time learning about them and hoping they wouldn’t happen. However, that’s changed dramatically. I find myself praying for cataclysmic relief from the upcoming, seemingly unstoppable, global transition into this transhumanists wet dream of a virtual slave world. It seems no one is safe from this upcoming transition. Go ahead, run out into the forest….. unless there is a grand volcanic event to put enough ash and smoke in the atmosphere to block their satellites, they’ll be able to detect you lighting even a small fire in the middle of the boreal forest so you don’t freeze to death in the middle of winter. A lot of people seem to think they can just build new communities or parallel societies, but I guarantee you they won’t let that happen. This has always been about dominance over everyone and everything on the planet. They will not let your societies operate as long as they can control the outcomes of all people.

    At this point the only thing that can stop total control over everything on this planet is the divine intervention of natural disasters. That’s the ONLY thing more powerful than them that can restrict this unrestricted reach and sight they have over everything.

    So I pray that there are good forces on our side that will help us. Help us by breaking the world they’ve created and at least opening up some pockets where we can escape their all seeing eye to preserve and build the human spirit.

    • mkey says:

      There is only you and I. There is noone coming to help us, but be sure that creation hates cowards.

      • Fact Checker says:

        Creation hates all its creatures.

        It has no interest in killing us painlessly and instantaneously. We were created to suffer, anguish, lament, and die slowly for Its sadistic delight.

    • cu.h.j says:

      People are allowing this transition by complying with them. People have to stop complying and they will fall back.

      Interestingly Mark Crispin Miller mentioned guns in his analysis and how countries that disarmed themselves may have a more difficult time standing up to the tyranny. But it’s not impossible.

      • slurry says:

        They’ve been allowing it for a long long time. At this point it’s like trying to stop a full speed locomotive by putting a barrel of water on the track….. the only thing that will derail this train or at least impede its progress is an earthquake or some other type of catastrophe. People put too much faith in their guns. The militaries of the world have MUCH more sophisticated weapons and robotics/drones at their disposal…. It won’t take much for them to get past your primitive boomsticks.

        • mkey says:

          You can’t invade without troops on the ground. I can only wish the world’s guns per capita was anywhere near what it is in the US.

          • slurry says:

            They’re putting their troops in place right now. By creating the situation where cops lose their jobs if they refuse the shots. They’ll just fill that vacuum the same way they are with medical staff….. with the military. Sprinkle some armed robots and drones, then mix it in with satellite surveillance and weapons tech, maybe a dash of “domestic terrorism” narrative, and voila!…. You now have a “take out the armed citizens” soufflé.

            I think there was definitely purpose to disarming as many people in western nations as possible, but I also believe they were already coming up with a plan b for people and places that they weren’t able to disarm.

            • mkey says:

              You were claiming drones and other technology will provide an advantage and hence I stated troops on the ground are needed. I did not intend to claim that US army does not have troops in US.

              US has a lot of army members, much of them mind shot, but a good 20% is to be expected to break off from the main corps and refuse to attend any homeland operations. They may rely on mercenaries, but in any given conflict, you need one body for every enemy body.

              On the other hand, how many guns in US? 400, 500 million? Sales really shot up during the past few years. When they asked a 50 gun owner what the hell he needs 50 guns for, to hand out 49, he answered.

            • cu.h.j says:

              “armed robots”? I wasn’t aware this tech was up and running, but you never know.

              Drones, perhaps, but there are ways to sabotage those. The people who have been forced out of the police and military may decide to fight against the state. The skills that they have learned can be of great value to the resistance.

              Do you think they want to just carpet bomb the US? I don’t think so. There’s a lot of really nice land here that I’m sure they want to keep intact.

              They did bomb Iraq though, so you never know. What I think is that “they” still need the population to exploit which is why they haven’t just nuked the place yet. This certainly can change, but what ever it is they are trying to get or develop isn’t ready.

              They have these stupid self-driving cars in my city, for years now. Obviously if that’s what those are for, it’s taking much longer than expected. All this AI stuff and trans-humanism, I think is not quite ready and I have a LOT of skepticism about it actually working as designed.

              What these cowardly psychos could do is cause an extinction event by blowing up the earth accidentally and in the process they would also perish. That’s a possibility. And this is why some of the higher ups should consider stopping this before it gets out of hand. It’s INSANE what they are doing. Someone who’s not a psychopath but involved in this on the inside can still decide to reconsider.

              I think that is also possible, that someone “up there” grows a conscience, or decides that it’s not worth it. This agenda is pathological and comes from people who are mentally ill.

          • slurry says:

            I also believe before they unleash the full breadth of their military power, they’ll use the political left right divide to turn most of those Americans with guns against each other, first. They didn’t create the antifa street army and hard core patriot resistance and build it up to the agitation point they’re at just to let it all fizzle out and have those opposing sides come together to stop this global takeover. We watched many US cities be completely pillaged by the lefty rioters in 2020 and the beginnings of guns being used in that left right conflict…. It won’t take too many more of those events to get all out war in the streets.

            I personally refuse to turn a blind eye to the evil genius at work and the fact that the majority of the population fall for it.

            Sure, no one’s coming to save us, but I do think there will be opportunities provided by upcoming natural disasters.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Well, an all out civil war might come to pass, but at least we will die with dignity. This also leaves the opportunity of winning. Many other countries were undefeated despite being outgunned.

              An apt quote comes to mind:

              “better that we should die on our feet rather than live on our knees”

              And, the people doing this are cowards. They are dishonorable, lying, stealing, cowards. And people who go along and enforce this have already forfeited their soul. That is worth more than any amount of material gain.

              People must live with their choices at the end of their lives.

            • mkey says:

              antifa morons have shown what they are made of when they ran into that married couple waving a battle rifle and a handgun.

            • cu.h.j says:


              You say “I personally refuse to turn a blind eye to the evil genius at work and the fact that the majority of the population fall for it”

              I don’t think many people are turning a blind eye, but rather are deciding that they would rather resist, and risk the consequences than complying and going along hoping that things will be easier if they just do what they are told and hope that some circumstance outside of their control intervenes.

              Psychological operations involve tricking people into complying and giving up. Psychological warfare is very effective after all. And people who are waging this psychological assault on the masses of the world can recognize what they are doing is criminal and unethical, essentially a crime against humanity.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Correction, I think that many people are complying but a sufficient number are resisting. The reason people comply is because they believe they can’t win and the situation is hopeless. I think this is probably not the case.

              • openlens says:

                The basic “crime against humanity” is its own cowardliness and chosen denials.

                If you ignore the forced interbreeding with off planet species, and the resulting and necessary war against women, longest continuous war on the planet.

                All crimes against women are “crimes against humanity”.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Forced inbreeding with off planet species? You mean aliens? I’m not sure I understand.

                “the war against women” I agree with this part. Many cultures across the world have subjugated women. For example how the Saudis have treated women and other fundamentalist Islamic cultures.

  17. Ukdavec says:

    ” The focus on emissions and climate change is likely to reach new heights this November with the advent of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow. But while we might all be aware of the big picture, the rise of “net zero,” and the many climate acronyms popping up daily, do we really know where we are now, what the current plans in place — if delivered upon — would achieve, and what the plan to get to net zero actually is?”

    Globalist gameplan from Citi – Global Carbon Tax

    • nosoapradio says:

      Just a lightening skim but the following is interesting:


      A voluntary climate club can help reduce emissions in countries that are members of the club, and encourage non-members to either join the club or reduce their domestic carbon emissions to reduce the carbon tax paid on imports. It could also raise significant revenue for the member countries to invest in decarbonization projects. Reaching an agreement between two nations is also easier than reaching an agreement amongst all nations…

      …We believe that ultimately the world
      will go down this pathway in one form or another…

      …Going a step further and setting up a climate club between different jurisdictions makes sense and includes other benefits such as technological transfers, a competitive level playing field amongst different sectors, and a preferential trade agreement. In our opinion this would also encourage other countries to join…

      Typically, the word “encourage” is used to mask the word “coerce”,

      but most interesting of all is the concept that appears in the diagram on pages 41 and 51 but not in any of the analyses, suggestions or descriptions; namely that of

      The Climate Change Bank.

      Hmmmm… M. King Hubbert must be smiling in his grave…

      • mkey says:

        Here’s another guy laughing his ass off from beyond.

        • nosoapradio says:

          He’ll really be in stitches in 4 days when everyone flies into Glasgow to Save the effing Planet…

      • Ukdavec says:

        Pure Technocracy. Big problem the Globos have is that China and Russia are not playing the game.

        • nosoapradio says:

          Interesting. Something I would like to embrace. Maybe I’m just not quite awake yet, I don’t mean to sound like I’m out in left field or anything (no more than usual) but could you point me toward info that suggests China and Russia aren’t playing along? Thanks in advance.

          ps: I mean they might just build their own Club out of BRICS, no? Creating the conveniently hermetic and antogonistic tripolar world described in 1984?

          maybe I’ve been watching too much of that Netflix series “Colony”…

          • LastHumanist says:

            The 3 Levels of understanding Modern China

            Level 1: Watch MSM and conclude “China bad”

            Level 2: Read Kissinger and Mahbubani and conclude China is good.

            Level 3: Read Sutton and realize that China today is just another Rockefeller puppet.

            The century of humiliation has not ended. The oligarchy moved jobs and technology to China in order to create their template for a society of total control. It is very shameful and un-Chinese to kowtow to western oligarchs! I am quite disappointed. I suppose there are plenty of Chinese oligarchs now, too, after Deng’s reforms but this is not a harmonious society. It’s all Yin these days. No Yang.

            “The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history.” -David Rockefeller

            As for the Russian oligarchs, they still haven’t sent the Spetsnaz to destroy Davos. Instead, they go shopping there, too.

            You watch Netflix? Eh?

            • nosoapradio says:

              Level 2: Read Kissinger and Mahbubani and conclude China is good.

              and Read Chomsky and conclude China (under Mao) is good…

              “…China is an important example of a new society in which very interesting and positive things happened at the local level, in which a good deal of the collectivization and communization was really based on mass participation and took place after a level of understanding had been reached in the peasantry that led to this next step…” the giant leap forward…?

              “…that led to this next step…” the giant leap forward…?

              (a little over half-way down the page)


              “a level of understanding had been reached…”

              sounds like mafioso talk, the most sinister euphemism I’ve ever read… I’m starting to think that man is actually literally evil…

              and on that last remark, I’m an avid consumer of science fiction in general… Netflix is fun ’cause you get to know what you’re supposed to think, see the predictive programming in action as well as the revelation of the method…

              • LastHumanist says:

                I found that fun, to some extent.
                Then I found myself staring into more black mirrors than I ever wanted in life.

                I want off this ride into the brave new world now.
                The science reality of the past 2 years has been horrible.

                But the sci-fi did predict it, yes. I was an avid enough consumer of the stuff to have found myself with a list of dozens of examples from the media that have led down the path to our everyday hellscape.

                I have long quit Netflix! No money from me to feed that beast ever again.

              • nosoapradio says:

                …well, it’s not really an excuse but my ex is a really avid consumer of Netflix and I’m still on his account.

                So I don’t give them money.


                And just finished an “English class” with a “student” all about Facebook’s Metaverse project. I wanted to learn a little about it and she’s a game designer, self-proclaimed antisocial geek and poison-injection resistant (who won’t take “the jab” even though she can’t eat with her colleagues) so I found an article about it and I’ll admit we had fun envisioning the whys, wherefores and dystopian implications of games such as “Second life” (that she described to me) and movies like the most recent “Free Guy” which I haven’t seen but she had.

                and I had a Facebook account for 8 months or so this year (created in order to get contact info and send hate messages to an airline company that had not reimbursed me for 1000 euros of plane tickets cancelled due to covid)
                and I hadn’t realized the full extent of the insidious effect Facebook has on people until I had my own account.
                gotta jump back on the hamster ride…

                ps: My student told me in passing that the majority of her colleagues were out sick… maybe they’re just trying to capitalize on the children’s school vacation period… but maybe… the jab has weakened their immune systems…? I didn’t evoke the question with her…

      • openlens says:

        “Clubs” are very important.

        Definition of a group: How is a group defined?

        By inclusion and exclusion.
        Control, control, control.

        Patriarchal Mandate, for all sexes.



        What a goon show, eh?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks UKdavec,
      The document has some interesting graphics.

      On page 35, I thought that this was interesting…
      Linking current ETS systems into one global system can help harmonize the systems currently in operation, however it is challenging. Setting up a global ETS system or linking all existing ETS systems — if done well and if carbon prices are adequate — could help the world reach net zero.

      Emissions Trading System (ETS)
      The EU ETS is a cornerstone of the EU’s policy to combat climate change and its key tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions cost-effectively. It is the world’s first major carbon market and remains the biggest one.

      EU Carbon Permits (EUR) – Commodity Graph

    • openlens says:

      No farting allowed. No coughing, no farting. Simple.

  18. Ukdavec says:

    Well worth a read

    COVID-19 Vaccines – Comparing the Traditional Vaccine Trial Paradigm and the Covid Outbreak Trial Paradigm

  19. openlens says:

    Just a comment on the beginning of the article before I go on.
    Your mother was using all of her imagination when she conceived you.

    Believe me. I know. Ask her.

    PS She is the source of your “image-in-nation”.
    Without her, you wouldn’t even have a breath. Man, you wouldn’t even know how to smile.

  20. openlens says:

    Well, well, well!! From the “uni-verse” to the “meta-verse”. “The WORD creates!!”

    Maybe it’s the week of no internet, but….
    I’m sorry. All this bragging…we got the biggest best toys ever!!!….
    in the words of Shania Twain:

    “That don’t impress me much. ”
    I’m still waiting for the hover cars.

    Those geoengineers are getting it better tho. They can actually bring rain when they want to now!!! Not just say so!!
    The ammount of microwave it takes is just plain killer tho!!

    Anyone want to talk about the geoengineering? Haarp, nexrad, 5G? Or should we wait until it’s okay? And too late?

    I don’t know anymore.

  21. openlens says:

    I thought it was “Ouch!! My (weak, tender, vulnerable) Balls!!”

    Was it “Ow”, not “Ouch”?

    Is this Sometimers acting up?

  22. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Oct 27, 2021
    Billionaires Back Public Benefit Corporation That Will Fund ‘Anti-Disinformation’ Media Companies
    Authored by Katabella Roberts via The Epoch Times

    Billionaires Reid Hoffman and George Soros are backing a public benefit corporation that will provide funding to new media companies aimed at tackling disinformation online and restoring social trust.

    Good Information Inc. launched on Tuesday and is being led by former Democratic strategist Tara McGowan who previously ran a progressive non-profit called ACRONYM, which was backed by LinkedIn founder Hoffman. Others contributing to the multi-million seed effort include investors Ken and Jen Duda, and Incite Ventures.

    In a press release on Oct. 26, Good Information Inc said its aim is to “restore social trust” and “strengthen democracy” by “investing in solutions that counter disinformation and increase the flow of good information online.”

    “America is currently in the throes of a disinformation epidemic that is threatening public health, social trust, and democracy around the world. Good Information Inc. believes there is un-met audience demand for fact-based information, especially in local markets that have lost many of their legacy local news sources in recent years, and among audiences that are being left behind by evolving media business models,”
    the corporation said in a statement.

    Good Information Inc. will be investing in media outlets that provide customers with trusted and fact-based information, as well as local community news, particularly in markets where there are little to no local news outlets reaching online communities.

    The company said that an “increasingly decentralized media environment, anti-democracy forces, and networks of bad actors” have resulted in “dangerous consequences,” noting that 96 million Americans believe the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump, while 89 million Americans believe voter fraud is a major problem….

    • nosoapradio says:

      Good Information Inc.

      This name would be hysterically funny except for the fact that they appear to be serious.

      Good Information Inc.

      What a totally plusgood name for the Ministry of Truth. It would seem just perfect in a dystopian flick directed by Terry Gilliam. The Orwellian newspeak is just deafening here.

      Good Information Inc.

      “…will be investing in media outlets that provide customers with trusted and fact-based information, as well as local community news, particularly in markets where there are little to no local news outlets reaching online communities…”

      This way of reaching folks, “informing them” at the very local level though… seems it might really bolster people’s trust in this BS, familiar, like part of the family…

      Then again, these days seems the more something is total BS, the more people seem to trust it.

      Sorry, just woke up from a night of dreams where I was beating a dead horse to death… I’ll go get some coffee now like a good little druggie…

  23. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Oct 27, 2021 – Associated Press AP
    Dinosaur invades UN in climate change campaign
    (VIDEO – 2 minutes)

    A video of a dinosaur urging the UN General Assembly to act immediately to avoid ‘extinction’ at the hands of climate change was released Wednesday by the UN Development Program. The CGI video is called ‘Don’t Choose Extinction.’ (Oct. 27)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      ‘Don’t Choose Extinction’ VIDEO
      by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
      (2 1/2 minutes)

      [Lengthy description under video]
      The world spends an astounding US$423 billion annually to subsidize fossil fuels for consumers – oil, electricity that is generated by the burning of other fossil fuels, gas, and coal. This is four times the amount being called for to help poor countries tackle the climate crisis, one of the sticking points ahead of the COP26 global climate conference next week, according to new UN Development Programme (UNDP) research.

      The amount spent directly on these subsidies could pay for COVID-19 vaccinations for every person in the world, or pay for three times the annual amount needed to eradicate global extreme poverty. When indirect costs, including costs to the environment, are factored into these subsidies, the figure rises to almost US$6 trillion, according to data published recently by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

      Instead, UNDP’s analysis highlights that these funds, paid for by taxpayers, end up deepening inequality and impeding action on climate change.

      The main contributor to the climate emergency is the energy sector which accounts for 73 percent of human-caused greenhouse gas emissions. Fossil fuel subsidy reforms would contribute to reducing CO2 emissions and benefit human health and well-being, and they are a first step towards correctly pricing energy – one that reflects the ‘true’ and full cost of using fossil fuels to society and the environment.

      But UNDP’s analysis shows that fossil fuel subsidy reforms can also be unfair and harmful for households and society if they are poorly designed. While fossil fuel subsidies tend to be an unequalising tool – as the lion’s share of the benefits concentrate among the rich….

      • Jed says:

        Thanks UN, but right after I read “The world spends” it was hard to focus the the rest of the content for the flashing “Bullshit” light going off in my head.

        • mkey says:

          You missed a lot of solid garbage Jet, let me tell you. For example, they admitted “vaccine” business is half a trillion dollar business (per annum?) as well as admitting the oil industry is propped up up the wazoo.

          • Jed says:

            I thought it was the oil business that was propping up the green energy business — after a while it gets tough to keep up with all the bullshit.
            It should be an interesting Halloween in NYC this weekend. Maybe not the best time of year to fire police and ems — trick or treeeeeeet.

  24. Kelly says:


    Facebook has changed it’s corporate name to “Meta”

    James was right again.

  25. CRM114 says:

    “The reigning economic system is a vicious circle of isolation. Its technologies are based on isolation, and they contribute to that same isolation. From automobiles to television, the goods that the spectacular system chooses to produce also serve it as weapons for constantly reinforcing the conditions that engender “lonely crowds.”

    “The more powerful the class, the more it claims not to exist, and its power is employed above all to enforce this claim. It is modest only on this one point, however, because this officially nonexistent bureaucracy simultaneously attributes the crowning achievements of history to its own infallible leadership. Though its existence is everywhere in evidence, the bureaucracy must be invisible as a class. As a result, all social life becomes insane.”

    ― Guy Debord, The Society of the Spectacle

    • nosoapradio says:

      Very interesting Guy Debord quote.
      Thanks CRM114.

      denying the undeniable and believing the unbelievable and

      “…all social life becomes insane.”

  26. Torus says:

    Hello subscribers!
    A must share, stellar interview with the Corona Investigative Committee and Whitney Webb. (IMHO these individuals are at the top of favorite truth seekers) A mountain of detail and information is revealed, with a call for more investigation. The fabric which the scandemic designers have woven, is coming unravelled.
    If you are a researcher and want some new nuggets to explore, take a lead from here…

    Looking forward to the next in Ms. Webb’s latest series.

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