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Graeme MacQueen Reveals The Anthrax Deception

05/25/2019


In this 2014 interview about his book “The 2001 Anthrax Deception,” Dr. Graeme MacQueen lays out the case for a domestic conspiracy in the 2001 anthrax attacks in the US. James and Graeme discuss the context in which these attacks happened, the way they were portrayed by the government and the mainstream media, their ultimate effect, and the voluminous evidence that disproves the FBI’s assertion that the attacks were the work of Dr. Bruce Ivins.

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Interview 1439 – Davi Barker on Authoritarian Sociopathy

04/17/201912 Comments

Davi Barker of The Black Sale joins us to discuss his book, Authoritarian Sociopathy. We talk about the various psychological experiments that have been done in the past to show people’s propensity to obey or disobey authority, and Barker proposes his own experiment that could take this research even further.

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Patrick Wood on the Hard Road to World Order

04/04/2019


Author and researcher Patrick Wood joins us to discuss his latest book, Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order.

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Interview 1433 – Patrick Wood on the Hard Road to World Order

04/03/201943 Comments

Author and researcher Patrick Wood joins us to discuss his latest book, Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order.

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James Corbett and Liberty Weekly Recommend Books

03/28/2019


Today James joins Patrick MacFarlane and Keith Knight, the co-hosts of the Liberty Weekly podcast, to recommend books. From non-fiction to fiction, from propaganda to exposes, from liberty to conspiracy, from the serious to the light-hearted, here are a couple of dozen books to add to your reading list.

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Interview 1429 – James Corbett and Liberty Weekly Recommend Books

03/27/201913 Comments

Today James joins Patrick MacFarlane and Keith Knight, the co-hosts of the Liberty Weekly podcast, to recommend books. From non-fiction to fiction, from propaganda to exposes, from liberty to conspiracy, from the serious to the light-hearted, here are a couple of dozen books to add to your reading list.

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Interview 1424 – Andrea Saltelli on The Crisis of Science

03/06/201941 Comments

What is the crisis of science, and what does it tell us about the interface between science and policy? Is there a way to stop the debate over the crisis from becoming a political battling ground? And, if not, what does this mean for the future of science itself? Join Professor Andrea Saltelli and James Corbett for this in-depth exploration of the philosophy of science today on The Corbett Report.

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Interview 1421 – Bruce Levine on Resisting Illegitimate Authority

02/20/201921 Comments

Dr. Bruce Levine joins us to discuss his book Resisting Illegitimate Authority: A Thinking Person’s Guide to Being an Anti-Authoritarian―Strategies, Tools, and Models. We talk about authoritarianism and anti-authoritarianism, how dissent has been pathologized by power structures in the past, how it is pathologized today, and how anti-authoritarians can fruitfully resist and dissent against oppressive power structures.

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WWI Q&A – Questions For Corbett #042

01/18/201930 Comments

What did the Rhodes/Milner secret society actually gain from the First World War? What do we really know about American funding of the Russian revolution? What books shine light on what World War One was really about? Don’t miss this edition of Questions For Corbett as James dips into the mailbag (and the comments) for questions regarding The WWI Conspiracy.

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Interview 1411 – Gerry Docherty on Herbert Hoover and World War One

01/15/201912 Comments

Today we are joined once again by Gerry Docherty, co-author with Jim MacGregor of Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War and Prolonging the Agony: How the Anglo-American Establishment Deliberately Extended WWI. In this conversation we cover the remarkable suppressed history of Herbert Hoover’s role in prolonging the agony of World War One, including his stewardship of the American relief of Belgium in the early part of the war and overseeing the removal of valuable historical documents from Europe after the war.

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