David L. Smith of the Geneva Business Insider blog joins us once again for our monthly conversation on economics, finance and politics. This month we tackle the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela, the latest in the Eupocalypse with the latest abysmal stats out of France, and a new Swiss initiative to provide every Swiss citizen a guaranteed basic income.
Richard Heathen of LibertyMachine.org joins us to discuss the upcoming “Rally to Impeach Alison Redford” that will take place on October 28th at the Alberta Legislature Building in Edmonton, Alberta. We discuss the globalist connections and agenda of Redford and the corruption that has dogged her premiership, and the prospect for a real liberty movement in Alberta.
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.