Tag: globalization

Interview 882 – Power Hour: Birth of the Global Tax Grid?

05/13/20140 Comments

James joins Joyce and J.D. on The Power Hour every other week to discuss economics, world events, geopolitics and everything else. This time they discuss the new global tax transparency agreement that has been signed by 47 nations and how it may feed into the globalists’ coveted global tax grid. Also discussed are Fukushima updates, Bitcoin, Benghazi and cognitive dissonance.

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Interview 870 – Pearse Redmond Breaks Down the Neo-Imperial Agenda in Africa

04/30/20140 Comments

Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review joins us for the first time to discuss how divide and rule has been used to neo-colonialize the continent of Africa. We discuss how America and its allies have sown the seeds of strife, conflict and genocide in many different countries over the years, and the corporate and geopolitical interests that they are serving. We also discuss China’s role in Africa and whether it truly represents a third way.

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Interview 850 – James Corbett on Global Imperialism and Global Collapse

04/01/20140 Comments

James Corbett talks to Elijah Johnson of FinanceAndLiberty.com about the crisis of civilization humanity is facing as the gaping maw of the global empire starts to turn inward to gobble up its own. We discuss the collapse of the dollar reserve paradigm and the threat it poses to the average man or woman, as well as ways that people can remove themselves from the system to prevent from being crushed by it.

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Interview 849 – James and JoAnne Moriarty Reveal the Truth About the Libyan War

03/31/20140 Comments

Joining us on the program today are James and JoAnne Moriarty of LibyanWarTheTruth.com. We discuss their experiences as businesspeople in Libya since 2007 and as eyewitnesses to the destruction wrought by the NATO-sponsored Al-CIAda perpetrated overthrow of that country in 2011. From the truth about the outside forces brought in to destabilize the country to what really happened in Benghazi, their website and their DVD, Escape From Al Qaeda, is essential information for those seeking to get to the bottom of what really happened in Libya.

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Kipling’s “Kim” – FLNWO #09

11/15/20130 Comments

In his 1901 novel Kim (audiobook here) Rudyard Kipling paints a vivid portrait of an orphaned vagabond in 19th century India. After joining himself to a Tibetan lama on a spiritual quest, Kim stumbles into the middle of the Great Game for imperial conquest of Central Asia between Russia and Britain. Joining us to examine the continuing importance of this novel is David L. Smith of the Geneva Business Insider.

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World powers not negotiating with Iran in good faith

03/25/20130 Comments

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International Law? (video)

03/09/20130 Comments

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Episode 261 – International Law?

03/09/20133 Comments

Truth. Justice. Accountability. The idea of an international rule of law appeals to our innate sense of justice, but the most horrific plans are often cloaked in the most beautiful lies. Just as the ideals of international law are used to cloak the imperial ambitions of the globalists, so too is the idea of seeking justice in these controlled courtrooms a phoney pipe dream. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we explore the only real solution to this problem: removing the bodyguard of lies from the power elite and to withdrawing ourselves from the systems that seek to legitimize their rule.

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Can South America Avoid the Globalist Trap?

03/06/20132 Comments

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Interview 614 – James Petras on The Latin American Economy

02/28/20136 Comments

Professor James Petras of Binghamton University joins us to discuss the prospects for the Latin American economy in a global economy that is increasingly dominated by developing markets and emerging powers like China. We talk about the region’s links to the emerging Asian markets, internal trade, and deepening regional ties in bodies like MERCOSUR and UNASUR. We also discuss the issue of international law and Petras’ concept of “International jurisprudence.”

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