Shots Fired in the Media War! Corbett Report Hit!

12/02/201745 Comments

Shots have been fired in the media wars! The Corbett Report is being flagged for talking about robots! The site has been labeled "harmful" by the Lords of Gootube! Why stand we here idle? Join James for today's Thought for the Day as he shows you how to prep for the day when The Corbett Report is disappeared from YouTube.

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  1. john.o says:

    and in a related development on this very day, some very well meaning people, who have carried a difficult story, if in a faltering and imperfect fashion, with little support from some of us who should know better, probably just got played:

    • m.clare says:

      Is this what pizza gate was all about? Who could argue against protecting kids from predators? They are celebrating knocking down 150,000 videos… and it’s the tip of the iceberg. Will this be justification for unplugging incorrect thinkers such as Corbett?

      Think of the Children

      It worked wonderfully to sell the great Carbon Fairy Tale.

      • john.o says:

        “Pizzagate” is a tagline for everything FROM a developed body of facts, plausible theories and established connections between Alefantis, a circle around him, and well researched networks of creeps, spooks and child exploitation operations (and much worse), TO a hodgepodge of unresearched factoids, paranoias and wild connect-the-dots frenzies by usually (but not always) well-meaning people.

        I must object to the assertion that Pizzagate was itself all just an op. It was a crack in an edifice, but a minefield even for seasoned researchers; not the best place for millions of beginners to start looking into the kakistocracy and speculating online, but it happened, and, fact is, some of them are no longer amateurs and even the amateurs have done lots of legwork that is worthwhile.

        It has certainly been used as an op, as every BIG LIE has been..but Pizzagate had to become a big lie as an afterthought, and therein lies its value.

        This is specifically the “Elsagate” phenomenon, and it has cheapo black-op written all over it, imo, and yes it is being used exactly as you say.

  2. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Hello Corbeteers…

    Obviously, it is not just YouTube, or Facebook or google or any other controlling entity out there…

    It does not make “business” sense for these companies to restrict views, so they are doing it for some other agenda..

    I think we all agree there is an agenda that’s driving this madness… Some call it globalists or builderburgers or The Powers that shouldn’t be….

    I think we should work together and give them a name so we can focus on trying to resolve the riddle of who they are.. The first step to fighting any enemy is identifying said enemy.

    So… I suggest a naming contest. Let us all try to give this evil entity a name we can all use. Just like SPECTRE is the evil in the Bond Movies.

    So… I suggest the following name:

    “iEORET” – it stands for “International Economic Order for Revenge, Extortion & Terror”. (i am a bond fan).

    What do you suggest??

    • tobor says:


      Totalitarian Regime of Oligarchical Governance.

    • UKJC says:

      Not sure how this will help resolve the riddle but for fun:

      American Kakistocrical Manipulators Of Global Media – AKMOGM
      American Kakistocrical Manipulators – AKM
      United Kakistocrical Manipulators – UKM
      United Kakistocricy – UK

      oh dear, I seem to be implicated 😉

    • john.o says:

      3 Agencies, under the

      Trinity of International Legal Entities Totalitized:

      International Agency Managing National Order With Government Organizational Development

      Freedom Under Compliant Kulturschaft

      Youth Organized Universally

      • manbearpig says:

        And the horse you rode in on.

        The first one sounds like a lot of crap.

        Personally I’ll go for the second as a purely individualistic policy.

        The third, more robot sex.

        Sounds a little puerile.

        • manbearpig says:

          In case you pattern analysis skills are a little rusty, “Sounds a little puerile” was for your 4th proposition.

          My cat jumped on the keyboard while I was editing. (No, this is not a “the dog ate my homework” situation. It’s genuine.)

    • marvin says:

      Here is my factual observation for what is going on:

      The next war based on control has already started as seen by cell phone and internet control.
      In America, the deep state funds and controls the Washington Post, New York times, google, (including youtube), and facebook.
      In China, the Washington Post, New York Times, google (including youtube) and facebook are officially banned and access is denied to the netizens.

      Instead other services such as we chat are used exclusively for life (to buy anything for example). All aspects of a person’s life, including using a taxi (when and where) must go through the government websites, and netizens are warned on the bullet trains that any infractions will cause a demerit in their government appraisal report cards (according to annoucements in Chinese and English).

      I suppose that the winner of this next contest, waged via information control will be determined (as it has always been) by which side can remain closest to reality. So far the U.S. information team “google etc” seems to rely a great deal on fake news, so I am not optimistic for them. The U.S. side is out-numbered and out engineered by the Chinese side, and doesnt realize for example that the fastest computers (by far) are Chinese, with original Chinese software and original Chinese hardware that is not copied or inspired by anything from Silicon Valley. Further, the best new devices (small chips used for communication and control of the internet of things) are Chinese invented, Chinese manufactured and barely understood by American engineers who dont understand the hardware but can read instructions for how to implement and program their use in the internet of things (ask any American electronics engineer less than 50 years old if he or she knows how a transistor works or understands hardware and you will likely get a blank face from an app programmer who does not know the back doors or basic operation of the Chinese chips he/she is programming).

      How many people realize that there is a brain drain into China and that the Chinese people are increasingly patriotic and very optimistic about the future, wherein it is easier for a Chinese young person to buy a new house than it is for an American young person? Google etc tells a weird story about China.

      I was in a very populous Chinese city recently wherein more than half of all street traffic was via electric vehicles (mostly motorbikes of less than 5 horsepower, very silent and no smoke albeit slower movement). At the same time google etc was informing the Americans via its “news” that America was far ahead of China in electric cars.

      We are removing all video from our site from youtube as well……..

    • Octium says:

      It may be boring, but I stick with the plain old “New World Order”

      Yes, many have pointed out that the term is not particularly accurate because this is something that has been going on for along time and there is nothing particularity new about it, but there is the advantage that Bush has used the term on television and if people want to label him as a “Conspiracy Theorist” they are welcome to!

  3. calibrator says:

    They really begin to notice you – this is at least some kind of appreciation…

  4. UKJC says:

    As herrqlys suggested

    “I take it that the “Search By Tag” dynamic, located on the side-bar to the right, is driven by a count of word usage in articles on this site under the GoogleAnalytics engine.
    I presume the objective is to use keyord tags to get the site into the results listing for people doing searches on a particular topic.
    Let’s run an experiment. Let’s sign every post with “robot sex” and see what happens
    I quote: “We need to stop normalizing this!” – James Corbett”

    GoogleAnalytics==GooTubeAnalytics ?

    robot sex event 🙂 ?…

  5. taxpayer says:

    Just for fun, I went to youtube (without logging in) and searched for “sex robot.” Some of the resulting videos are available unrestricted, and some are age-restricted. If you want to watch an age-restricted video on youtube, without loggin in, there are free add-ons available for Firefox that handle this.

  6. mkey says:

    A bit unrelated, but could use some additional momentum. I have a comment levitating at about half page (seems to be the top voted comment but it isn’t on top, go figure) here which is gathering some attention regarding 9/11. Some of these people are in my honest opinion shills.

  7. ben.b says:

    James- you raised an interesting question. At what point will they completely remove the Corbett Report from the likes of you-tube and google? And how will they justify it? (not that they will bother justifying themselves).
    Keep up the good work.

  8. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Request for FEEDBACK and IDEAS
    We all know that the content of the Corbett Report censored video was fine for all ages.
    One major change in normal routines was the comment section use of a term regarding “___ robots”. We all had great fun playing around. The term was used repeatedly with all kinds of comments and script. I am wondering if the term in the comment section was used to help flag the video.
    I do know that Google watches Corbett Report comments, because one can easily search on Google for topics in the comment section.

    I am wondering if we could try an experiment? Can we utilize some keywords or phrases, repeated often enough in the comment section, to help increase traffic flow to a Corbett Report Video? In other words, use judo with comment section keywords. Is there a way to measure results?

    For example: There are often keywords which tease views for some of the viral, high view-count YTub videos.
    Corbett’s 5 Unbelievably Stupid Ideas Governments Actually Tried video utilizes this aspect.
    Video –
    James talks about CROWD SOURCEing ideas just prior to the release of that video here…

    Another example: Look at these two websites and their viral videos…
    …then read their “Help Wanted Ad” here…

    Anyway, I would like to know other people’s thoughts.

    • john.o says:

      HRS, I am lucky; as a copywriter (in a fairly boring small part of the tech industry), I still get to write stuff a lot without much regard to “SEO,” (Search Engine Optimization) which means that I can actually concentrate on what I have to say and whether it is fun or interesting to read.

      Those who must consider SEO, including me when I do, essentially take lists of key words and phrases and weave them into prose, usually rendered too ponderous and lengthy by their repetition; though, it can be fun to try to write good SEO prose, to repeat words and phrases, creating contexts in which it seems natural and is not noticeable. My “Dear James” letter (thanks for your kind words) was actually a little like that. I was creating a story to repeat the offending keyword tagline that got us all in this conversation. It could have been much more heavy handed, and had somebody been paying me, it would have been!

      All of which to say, if you want to suggest key words and phrases and assign them to us, I am your man.

      I think the best way to measure (maybe to “proselytize”?) is to leverage some trend outside the Corbett Report norm and hijack it. Make it distinctive enough so there will be no doubt about the effects when they happen.

      For instance, this is just a silly example, James comes up with a famous secret recipe for lemon meringue pie mentioned in a 911 post that tries to avoid repetitive terminology, except for the pie. We plaster the comments section with mentions of lemon meringue pie for days and then wait for, “I don’t know anything about this 911 stuff, how do I get that pie recipe?”

      (BTW, your links made me review a lot of what you do and have done, HRS. It really is impressive. I add my thanks for your work over the years!)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Yu da man! Yu da man! Yu da man! YU DA MAN!!

        I’ll follow your lead (and all Corbetteers should) when you feel the timing is right.


  9. Fantasy of Nothing says:

    To be fair, you did talk about sex robots in that video.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Very valid point.
      However, it seems that other similar type videos are “exempt”.
      A very interesting play by YouTube…I wonder what the determining factor(s) were.

  10. pcwise555 says:

    An attack website, I knew it. That Pilato dude looks like a thought criminal too. Excuse me, off to get my annual flu shot…

  11. beadbud5000 says:

    I really hate that our world has come to this form of censorship. America? Bah! Fascist AmeriKKKa!

  12. Jermaine says:

    What’s funny is that someone from the MGTOW community did a response video using Corbett’s original footage to argue that James is crazy and that sex robots are the only “true solution” for men. His video was NOT age restricted.
    Here’s the link

    PS the comment section is very “interesting” for lack of better term.

    • john.o says:

      I was unaware of the “MGTOW community” and am also dealing with the experience of having just been scolded by a robot for not recognizing the gender of a robot.

      I have lived most of my life in San Francisco, the gay capital of the World, among every conceivable kind of person, with every conceivable orientation and “gender identity.” I am not easily shocked, but am feeling very old at the moment, a stranger from another time.

      • mkey says:

        MGTOW appears to be quite a substantial thing in the US. It attracts all sorts of attention, but also many able adult males whom have been screwed over one too many times. Among the prominent speakers in the arena there are many assholes but also free thinkers who seek neutral approach to the issue. I.e. not bashing women in general.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I hate vampire hyper-strained-critical videos like that.

      And the comment section… our culture is becoming more and more degraded.

    • herrqlys says:

      I don’t see men going their own way (MGTOW) as a community, or a movement, but rather as a personal philosophy that is spreading without requiring any collectivism. It doesn’t have to include any women-bashing. It doesn’t have to be vitriolic. It’s simply a personal lifestyle choice. Nobody else need subscribe.

      I’m a survivor of a toxic relationship with a woman I now realize is a psychopath (psychopaths are great liars and emotional chameleons). I also have first-hand knowledge of the bias in the judicial system. I know, and have known, countless women who are bright, kind, considerate and understanding people, but I’m scarred and am now perfectly comfortable in my own space.

      All the trash talking about feminism and gynocentrism sounds too confrontational to me, and appears to be a manifestation in society that is all too easily co-opted for other agendas. Polarization does that.

      • UKJC says:


        Glad you’ve found a good place. I think gynocentrism is an agressive and unpleasant term, I have a strong and wonderful daughter and hope my son will never think that way. Peace and love to all.

        • john.o says:

          herrqlys, that all makes perfect sense…sounds like life…i think i was introduced to a very marketing-driven segment of that MGTOW phenomenon

  13. david b says:

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  14. richard.t says:

    I was just asked in a survey from YouTube what I thought of this video.

  15. john.o says:

    Another protective move by YouTumour: Making sure that tasteful, informative and moving abuse survivor stories don’t get monetized or seen by children.

    They don’t want let children to get the wrong idea about the world.

    • mkey says:

      I checked that channel and found a pornstar confession video, which was quite interesting. The former actress is basically saying how doing porn was great and the profit was fabulous, but now she dislikes being threated as a woman who would do such a thing. All the while she still has a website and on it selling bits and pieces of herself.

      Also, while looking for more background information, I found an open letter from a preacher of some sort, a thirty something year old father of two born again type of Christian, dedicated to actress in question in which he apologizes in the name of all men for their forceful ways and how basically men strayed from the path of protecing women and ended up objectifying them.

      I know way to many women born in the 80es who have severe accountability issues. I also know way to many guys who are ready to take any given amount of crap from women. Was it the whole princess/knight on the white horse thing that engendered this state of affair? Was it always like that?

      • john.o says:

        I feel no need defend the channel or its offenses or occasional silliness. I noted at the time that it was infected by certain biases, the kind that in fact worsen the great divide. I am not even sure that it is not an attempt to distract from other worse abuses. At some level and to some degree almost all such stuff is.

        My main point is about YouTube control and the hypocrisies of protection.

        I sympathize with anyone of any age or sex or “gender,” real or imagined, who is trying to make sense of and get through the whole male-female relationship mess. Those who do it without the use of any weapons deadlier than words, have my respect. So far, I have maintained self-respect, but there have been times…

        Personally, I have not noticed any lack of accountability issues by any of us in any decade I have been alive. Accounts and values have been reckoned differently by various parties at various times. (The currency/money situation is not a bad metaphor.)

        I understand your issue with the woman “saying how doing porn was great and the profit was fabulous, but now she dislikes being threatened as a woman who would do such a thing.”

        Gender and industry aside, she reminds me of Jeffrey Tucker and every self-righteous libertarian capitalist I have ever known. Actually, if she used the word “dislikes” she is less obnoxious. They often claim “rights” not to be threatened.

        But I know for a fact that stories like the ones on here of children and human beings being bought and sold all around us in the cities and suburbs of America are true. I don’t know how many are being sold by unaccountable women in their 30s, but 30 year old women pay me little attention now, so I tend to forget about them. A bias in my perspective here, for sure!

        One of the biases I noted on this channel, which I did not examine as closely as you, was towards making this a feminist issue whereas, in my opinion, the market for boys is much less well known but only somewhat smaller with even more violence.

        But I still defend them all, even Jeffrey Tucker, even Stephan Molyneux, against those who would shut them up. (Difficult as it for me to admit, I agree with the sometimes too.

        I doubt that YouTube is trying in those cases, which is another interesting point for another time.

        • mkey says:

          I got the gist of what you were saying there and wasn’t offering a detour of the argument, but more like an aside to it. I don’t put much stock in what youtube does anymore, so I didn’t comment directly on your input. Most of google is run by bots anyhow, so much of these “decisions” are not that big of a deal in my view. Depending on the algorithm, it may just be the case a few reports here and there can have a channel put on a shit list and can have their videos demonetized by inference.
          I don’t think either of us can really appreciate the amount of videos being published on youtube every single minute of every single day and therefore to expect human interaction with possible infringements of the zillion rules they have going on there and probably thousands of reports they get every hour would be inane. I did read an article telling about their struggle with DMCA takedown requests which are plentiful and make human intervention unfeasible. To take stuff down is probably the safest way out of that mess.

          I didn’t investigate much into the channel and there was no implication of illicit behavior on the part of the channel maintainer based on the confession video. What peeked my interest initially was what was stated in the video you linked, about how their profit went from $2000 to $10 per month, so I wanted to check their most popular videos and assess what kind of view count is it required to generate such revenue.

          Sure enough, the most popular by far was the confession video, the ex actress being still quite popular and the video being carried by various news outlets. The video has comments disabled, obviously. If they were enabled at any time in the past, I’d have to assume there were quite a lot of insults thrown in there, but, being as curious as I sometimes can be, I would have to wonder about their nature and what actually caused the barrage. Was it the fact she was done with her “acting” and wanted to move on or was it because she didn’t leave the impression of a sincere person; the website, millions of followers on social sites and the likes.

          I absolutely don’t think it is proper behavior to insult anyone on the street/online/whatever based on their previous deeds and occupation, but I wouldn’t have the tenure myself to cast judgement over those who would do something like that. People be people, after all.

          What did catch my attention on that video and made me look through the tears (again, I’m not implying the tears were insincere, there is plausible deniability here, the actress may very well not know any better) was this passage at the very end

          … and these are things that teenage girls don’t think about. You think that you’re a teenager, that it’s fun, you’re making money and that’s the truth, it is, and there is nothing wrong with porn, but how the people treat you for the rest of your life, it’s not worth it. I definitively think that it’s time for people to respect sex workers and respect women and all and total. Absolutely.

          Now, I could probably write an essay here and point out all the facets of this bit of information as put forward by the “sex worker” which I have a problem with. I’ll keep it short and just state that I find this conflation of “women” noun and the “sex workers” euphemism highly insulting to my intelligence as well as any other thinker out there, among some 2 million who have seen the video. I’d almost pick the $300 check on her site for a video call to call her out on her bullshit, but I have a strong feeling she’d just hang up.

          It’s becoming clear that levels of depravity in the western societies are at an all time high. And I find that irksome.

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