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Episode 425 - Blood on the Cutting Room Floor

09/20/202218 Comments


Do you think The Corbett Report's new 5+ hour, 50,000 word documentary, False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda, wasn't long enough? Do you think it missed key parts of the Al Qaeda myth and failed to document important parts of the War of Terror story? Well, so do I! Today, let's take a tour of the cutting room floor and see what was left out of the documentary.

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Episode 424 - False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda - Part 3: The War of Terror

09/12/202271 Comments


When viewed in its proper context, the war on terror was no failure. In fact, waged on fictitious grounds against a shadow enemy, the great military campaign of the 21st century was not a war on terror at all. It was a war of terror, a pretext for the construction of an international security grid in the name of fighting a bogeyman that never existed in the first place.

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Interview 1745 - False Flags Watch Along (Part 2)

09/06/20229 Comments


On Sunday, September 4th, James Corbett and Broc West of The Corbett Report joined Ryan Cristian of The Last American Vagabond for a live Corbett Pirate Stream to watch and discuss Part 2 of False Flags: A Secret History of Al Qaeda.

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FLASHBACK: Al Qaeda Doesn't Exist (2009)

09/03/20225 Comments


Long time Corbett Report enthusiasts will remember Al Qaeda Doesn't Exist, the ambitious feature length documentary project that I started (and abandoned) way back in 2009. Unfortunately, that video doesn't exist anymore thanks to the YouTube censors, but it is preserved on the 2009 Data Archive USB. Today I present to you the Prologue from that documentary project.

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Interview 1744 - False Flags Watch Along (Part 1)

08/30/202214 Comments


On Sunday, August 28th, James Corbett and Broc West of The Corbett Report joined Ryan Cristian for a live Corbett Pirate Stream to watch and discuss Part 1 of False Flags: A Secret History of Al Qaeda.

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Episode 423 - Into The Metaverse (The Media Matrix — Part 3)

08/02/202254 Comments

We stand at a precipice. On one side is "reality": the original, authentic, lived human experience. And on the other side is the metaverse: the world of constantly mediated experience. In the middle is hyperreality, that blurry space between the real world and the mediated world. And, living as we do on this side of the electronic media revolution, it is the only place we have ever known.

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Episode 422 - What Hath God Wrought (The Media Matrix — Part 2)

07/25/202274 Comments


It's difficult for us to appreciate just how incredible it was for those who first witnessed communication from a distance with a disembodied electric ghost. In fact, it was almost impossible for people to understand this type of communication in anything but spiritual terms. Even the word "medium" evokes the specter of contact with the spirit world. . . .

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The Media Matrix

07/18/2022

Media. It surrounds us. We live our lives in it and through it. We structure our lives around it. But it wasn't always this way. So how did we get here? And where is the media technology that increasingly governs our lives taking us? This is the story of The Media Matrix.

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Interview 1718 - Sean Stone on The Best Kept Secret

04/06/202273 Comments

Sean Stone joins James to discuss his new documentary series, "Best Kept Secret." They discuss the international pedophile networks, mind control, and the transhuman agenda, as well as what we as individuals can do about these growing threats to humanity.

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Episode 407 - False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda — Part 1 (video)

09/13/2021


We all know the story of bin Laden and Al Qaeda, the story that was repeated ad nauseam in the days, weeks and months after the catastrophic, catalyzing events of 9/11. So often was that story repeated that the hypnotized public forgot that it was, at base, just that: a story. . . .

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