Tag: art

Truth Art - #SolutionsWatch

04/02/202217 Comments


If a picture is worth a thousand words, then it stands to reason that truth art can be as good as a podcast for waking people up to the bigger agenda. On this edition of #SolutionsWatch, James explores the ways the visual media can be used to communicate ideas, from the cerebral to the satirical to the emotional. He also explores how creative play in the visual arts can be a highly effective way to de-stress, to focus the mind, and to foster habits that don't rely on screen time and electronic devices.

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Interview 1713 - James Gets His Portrait Painted

03/30/202235 Comments


In a Corbett Report first, Norway-based artist Chris Reddy of reddymade.com conducts a "portrait interview" of James Corbett. But this is no ordinary portrait: Reddy focuses on the inner mental landscape of the subject to create a "bigger image" of the person. Enjoy.

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Winning Hearts and Minds With Conscious Poetry

10/08/2020


Benny Wills joins us today to share his conscious poetry and discuss his work spreading understanding, compassion and humanity through art.

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Interview 1582 - Benny Wills Wins Hearts and Minds With Conscious Poetry

10/07/202023 Comments

Benny Wills joins us today to share his conscious poetry and discuss his work spreading understanding, compassion and humanity through art.

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What Happened to Libya's Gold? - Q4C #036

06/26/2017


Libya had 144 tons of gold in the vaults when NATO's humanitarian love bombs began raining down in 2011. So now that the company has been utterly destroyed and discarded like yesterday's newspaper, what happened to all that gold, anyway? Join James for this month's #Q4C as he delves into the topic of Libya's gold and fields your questions on Skull & Bones, CIA art, open borders, education in Japan and much more.

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What Happened to Libya's Gold? - Questions For Corbett #036

06/24/201790 Comments

Libya had 144 tons of gold in the vaults when NATO's humanitarian love bombs began raining down in 2011. So now that the company has been utterly destroyed and discarded like yesterday's newspaper, what happened to all that gold, anyway? Join James for this month's #Q4C as he delves into the topic of Libya's gold and fields your questions on Skull & Bones, CIA art, open borders, education in Japan and much more.

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A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man - FLNWO (Video)

08/24/2016

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What "Reclining Nude" Tells Us About the Phoney Baloney Economy

11/11/20153 Comments

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A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man - FLNWO #29

08/17/20155 Comments

In this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order James is joined by author, artist, podcaster and researcher Thomas Sheridan of ThomasSheridanArts.com. Together they tackle James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man...and the entirety of the Joycean ouevre. Is Joyce the ultimate anti-imperialist, post-colonial, iconoclastic exile hero? The smith of the uncreated conscience? A literary magician? A man whose hand did many other things as well? All and none of the above? Yes I said yes he will yes.

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Interview 1020 - Simon Krimms Authors an anti-NWO Children's Book

03/31/20157 Comments

Today we're joined on the program by Simon Krimms, an English teacher in Japan who has authored "Rollerdog," a book "designed for little people growing up in the brave new world (order) of the 21st century." Through his inventive tale and multi-layered illustrations, Krimms hopes to deprogram children from the NWO matrix without fear while providing a warning for parents about the world around us.

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