In this edition of the ongoing Questions For Corbett podcast series, James answers your questions on Canada and the economic collapse, the motivation behind fluoridation, why “privacy” doesn’t apply to Bilderberg, and many other queries, including that burning question everyone has at the forefront of the mind: What’s on James’ bookshelf?
Mohawk activist. 9/11 truth campaigner. War criminal protester. Attica State riot leader. Gustafsen Lake Standoff organizer. Splitting The Sky had a remarkable life. Tragically, that life was cut short last week after an unexplained incident near his home in Chase, British Columbia. Today on The Corbett Report we memorialize his life and reflect on the legacy he leaves behind.
Today we’re joined by Morgan Duchesney of HoneyBadgerPress.ca to discuss his article, “The Canadian Council of Chief Executives: Northern Oligarchy.” We talk about the Council, its activities, and the influence it wields over the Canadian government.
This week on the New World Next Week: a Native Canadian protest movement upends Canada’s politics as usual; France moves into Mali and America prepares to move into Algeria in the latest invasion of Africa; and Orlando may be backing down on its garden vegetable crackdown.
While Canada enjoys a reputation as a peacekeeper on the world stage, its history proves it to be anything but. In his new book “The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper’s Foreign Policy,” author and activist Yves Engler explores how the Harper government is trying to further militarize Canada and create a change in perception of Canada’s foreign policy. Find out more in this week’s GRTV Feature Interview with your host James Corbett and our special guest, Yves Engler.