Sh*t Government Says

02/19/201225 Comments

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Plug your ears if you don't like to hear your politicians using bad language...or any time they open their mouths, really.


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  1. Jed says:

    Brilliant. Perfect time to send in the clowns. Giuliani in drag is the scariest clown I’ve ever seen. Keep on showing what a bunch of silly assholes these people are and you’ll start a revolution. I’m hoping.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    CLASSIC ! Golden Oldies.

  3. CreativeLife says:

    You all love to keep talking about Bill and Melinda Gates so here it is dancing a Tik Tok:

    Looks like someone forgot or missed the PlanetOut or HereTV philanthropee.
    Na, couldn’t be. Pastels and kermit giggles are in, don’t you know? Check out the Gates mansion. Old news…guess that’s why they need to get rid of the cops, there might be an honest one around to reveal what happen with the arrests….. and can you imagine how much evidence might just happen to go astray! BLM or PLM, you figure it out!

  4. Fawlty Towers says:

    You sure are sneaky James.
    You can always blame Broc should the fluff piece blow up in your face. 🙂

  5. lovetodust says:

    Well, I have gained an enormous amount of knowledge, and hence, a certain amount of discernment, from reading and watching the Corbett Report over the past 5 years; and I always recommend the Corbett Report for the high quality of the videos, interviews and documentaries.

    So, I’m going to give this video a pass. Meaning, OK, there’s been enough home runs so I’ll let this one slide.

    I don’t understand what earthly good this video does. What does it mean? OK, politicians make mistakes. We all do. I guess I might have laughed at some of these years ago. Right now it just seems like more name-calling in the sandbox. Irrelevant and not conducive to the mire we find ourselves in.

    And the voice over of – I guess it’s Barak Obama? – with the F words? And the beeyatch word? Really? On the Corbett Report?? I don’t get it. I wondered if some hacker snuck this in.

    All this name calling is just adding fuel to the already divisive disgusting despicable behavior being thrust upon us.

    Selfishly, I think we are very dangerous waters and I read this site and others to help stay halfway sane and to see how others are negotiating this trampling of our rights and planning some strategies for the future.

    I think this video is way past its prime, and it brings to mind that old chestnut “hate the sin, not the sinner”.

    • Fact Checker says:

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    • debra.b says:

      Hi lovetodust,
      I absolutely understand how you’re feeling. And, I’ve been having some very difficult days lately. I agree we are in rough, dangerous, unchartered waters. But, I think it’s important to hang on as hard we can to sense of humor. I personally cannot survive without it. Although, this may not be for you in that regard either, so I understand that as well. 🙂

      But, that aside, I think this video demonstrates how the words of these misleaders are hypocritical, ridiculous, scripted, repetitive, lies. And well, dangerous when people choose to believe in them as they do. As I have done in the past. Also, James has said he has many new subscribers whom, perhaps he feels need something like this to break from James’ usual comprehensive works. I could be totally off on this, but it’s my guess. He also put forth before this the video “ What is Alternate Media”.” Showing his presentation on the subject. So, that seems again to be refreshers for some, but also something different for new subscribers or anyone new to CR.

      Anyway, I hope you’re hanging in there as well as can be otherwise. It’s very difficult to say the least. And, please know I do respect your feelings. 🙂

      • lovetodust says:

        Hi Home Remedy

        Was the clip from 2012? Well, that would explain it (to me).

        Thank you for pointing that out.

        I still stand by my comment. And hold dear, more than anything else in the world, every person’s right to refute it.

      • lovetodust says:

        Thanks, debra.b

        If, as Home Remedy explained (and if I am interpreting him correctly) this video was from 2012, which would explain, to me, why it seems wildly out of context right now.

        It may be age and experience but I am less liking humor that attacks the person rather than the subject.

        I think JP Sears is hilarious (and started watching his covid videos because of a suggestion by a Corbett member). I like that he skewers the powers that be (whoever they really are and not the faces we see as their fronts).

        I identify with your own experiences quite a bit, debra.b, from what you post.

        If I seem like a buzzkill or without a sense of humor (not your comment, thank you) it could be perhaps because I miss the children I have cared for for 5 years who I have not seen in 4 months due to this nonsense;

        or the two local supermarkets that I will no longer shop in because of the situations I have encountered due to not wearing a mask;

        or the searching for a new bank, having taken my money out of the bank I have been with for years after I was told I had to leave if I would not wear the mask even after explaining the medical condition and the fact it wasn’t a law but a mandate,;

        or countless hours on the phone over the past six weeks (and countless phone calls to every senator and representative in my area) with unemployment division who accepted then denied my claim after I refused to send a copy of my social security card OVER THE INTERNET,

        or the loss of family and friends who don’t call anymore because of my views about the pandemic (which they don’t ask about, only surmise when they have heard them from others)

        or the inability to get a job in my field because I cannot/willnot wear a mask,;

        and wondering/fearing what’s coming up next when I won’t get tested and won’t get vaccinated. (Will they cut off social security?)

        Trying to navigate what feels to me like 1938 Nazi Germany might have been, does not come as easily or as humorously to me as it obviously does to others.

        And vive la difference!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I want to underscore the anecdotes which “lovetodust” gives above.

          “Trying to navigate what feels to me like 1938 Nazi Germany” .

          Good analogy, especially with this mask issue, it is like 1938 Germany.

        • debra.b says:

          Yes. James is putting forward older videos. He sent one about his vacation time which was nice.

          I’ve also experienced changes in my sensibilities with age. Sense of humor being one, what I find humorous or not. I didn’t find this video all that humorous. I felt more indifferent. JP Sears is hilarious. I’ve watched several of his videos also. He’s very clever. I’ve yet to see another hit this mark as he has. I also enjoyed the “Just For Fun” that James provided, “One Hit Wonderland “ by Todd in the Shadows. I really love music, so I’ve watched several of his videos as well.

          It’s my sincere thought, that one cannot help how they feel. I, personally, find it helpful rather than try to push natural feelings away, to allow them to be felt. They will pass and other feelings will emerge. Feelings are momentary. We run through several in the course of one day. We see this in children. We learn to hold it back as we become adults. However, if we don’t learn to balance the feelings, in our own way, rather than push them down. They will cause turmoil within us one way or another. I’ve had to learn this the long way around, which is how I’ve learned most things I know about life.

          I mean to say, all that you’re feeling is perfectly natural and entirely understandable given what you’ve been through. It takes real courage to stand strong in your convictions. Feeling disconnected from the world is scary and can be lonely. When I’ve found myself feeling as if a stranger in a strange land, so to speak. I use the time to look over the circumstances I am facing or have faced and to find the good that is existing with the bad. I’ve never found them to be separate. Granted, sometimes the bad outweighs the good or vice versa. But, it is always there. It’s infinitely more difficult to do this while amidst the trauma, turmoil, crisis, etc.. 20/20 is hindsight, after all. It can be done though. Start small. Acceptance of whatever is happening is important. Sometimes I have to practice re-acceptance. It’s a difficult process. Once I had it down, it has helped. Once you can find something good, anything, no matter how small. You’ll garner some strength from that. And, then take whatever step comes from there. Sometimes it’s a good cry for me. I’ve said somewhere on here before, I need a good cry as much as I need a good laugh. It’s true. For me, anyway.

          I remember about the children you love, whom you’re missing. I’m going to guess that’s the most difficult of any of the trials you’ve been facing. Deep love comes with deep sorrow. When we face a loss, as you have it is inevitable. But, I would remain in deep sorrow my whole life to know deep love as I have. Good with bad, yet beautiful. ❤️

    • Godava says:

      Hi Lovedust,
      My sentiments exactly. I am utterly baffled by the lack of commentary from James. This is a real disappointment and, in my mind, undermines the credibility of TJC. In some other arena this silly video maybe deserves a chuckle, but this is not the place.

      • Godava says:

        oops, I meant TCR. Also, I do see a short written comment below the video saying we should plug our ears if we don’t want to hear our politicians using bad language. Nonetheless, I am still disappointed.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      James Corbett’s 2/19/2012 5 minute clip Sh*t Government Says.

      I think that we all should look at the context of this video.
      It is just a 5 minute clip in the evolution of The Corbett Report.
      James was just beginning to hone his skills and time in bettering The Corbett Report.

      The year, 2012, was just beginning and 2011 had just ended.

      Search for the top news stories of 2011.

      I just now dug out my journal/log from 2011.
      The economy and job market was a trainwreck trying to recover.
      Many folks had been losing their houses, me included.
      Gold prices were climbing to record highs.

      In late summer of 2011, one morning my wife yells at me from her computer,
      “Your picture is on the front page of AOL news!” … “Now, you will never get a good job.”
      She was right.
      The Associated Press article by Tamara Lush, “From JFK to 9/11,conspiracy theories thrive”, went around the world. New Zealand, India, Europe, Japan, Canada, U.S. …all over the place.

      Anyway, it was a different era. A different context.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Some of the news links are dead in the above.
        Here is the article at 911blogger (which also has some interesting recent posts).

      • lovetodust says:

        Hi Home Remedy

        Was the clip from 2012? Well, that would explain it (to me).

        Thank you for pointing that out.

        I still stand by my comment. And hold dear, more than anything else in the world, every person’s right to refute it.

      • Fact Checker says:

        Another interesting thing about the context is that it ends on a clip with th’Rump, but that clown was merely a TeeVee personality at the time, and would not at the time have been associated with “government.” The “government” part about the clip is just Guili in Drag. Just shows that TeeVee and Politics are just one big mutant and inseparable blob.
        Like FZ sed, “Politics is just the entertainment wing of the Military-Industrial Complex.”

  6. fer67 says:

    I’m on the side of ‘Brilliant’ and ‘Classic’ and will add absolutely hilarious. Thanks. Made my day.

  7. debra.b says:

    I hope James has taken a real break this past week as he announced he would on NWNW. We all need to take breaks from all of this, even TCR, imo. Especially, during such stressful times. Which ironically is when we often do not. I, for one, am guilty of this. Speaking of which, I’m going to sign off now. 🙂

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