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Suing Citizens, Tech Terror, Foolish Fluoride – New World Next Week

09/22/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: the government sues citizens for asking for information; PM May recruits Big Tech in extremist content purge; and yet another study finds fluoride linked to lower IQ in children.

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Interview 1301 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

09/21/201769 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: the government sues citizens for asking for information; PM May recruits Big Tech in extremist content purge; and yet another study finds fluoride linked to lower IQ in children.

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Solutions: Stop Using YouTube

09/17/201739 Comments


Every year come 9/11 I see my “9/11: A Conspiracy Theory” video making the rounds again. But this year something marvelous happened. I was able to point people to my BitChute.com mirror of the video. And my Dtube mirror. And my minds.com mirror. And my vid.me mirror. The YouTube crackdown is coming (exactly as I warned you it would), but the YouTube exodus is also here (just as I predicted at the beginning of the year). The only problem is there are too many platforms to keep track of.

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Interview 1297 – James Corbett on the Innerverse Podcast

09/02/201722 Comments

In this wide-ranging conversation, James Corbett appears on the Innerverse podcasst to discuss his background in writing and literature, finding the signal in the noise of information overload, the drive to dig deeper rather than settle for consensus reality, how to share conspiracy facts with those around you, epistemological humility, pathocracy, and decentralization as the only way forward. Oh, and he also answers the question of life, the universe, and everything while he’s at it.

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The Library of Babel – Film, Literature and the New World Order

08/15/2017


The universe is the internet is the library is the internet is the universe. Or is it? And if so, who are the librarians? And if we have all the information we can ever want, does that mean we have knowledge or wisdom? If not, how do we make it? Or who will make it for us? Join James this month for a Film, Literature and the New World Order examination of “The Library of Babel” by Jorge Luis Borges.

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Online Purification, Getting Chipped, Staircase Scandal – New World Next Week

07/29/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: China begins “online purification”; the US begins chipping employees; and Canada falls flat in staircase debacle.

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Interview 1290 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

07/28/201791 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: China begins “online purification”; the US begins chipping employees; and Canada falls flat in staircase debacle.

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The Gutenberg Revolutions

06/20/2017


The Gutenberg press was the catalyst for the Renaissance and the Reformation, but it shaped what we communicated as much as how we communicated. What, then, to make of the electronic global village of our modern Gutenberg revolution? Are we on the cusp of a new Renaissance, or will this technology only further degrade a culture already in decline? The promise of the Internet: Library of Alexandria or Library of Babel?

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The Weaponization of Information in the War of Terror

06/12/201753 Comments


In the wake of London and Manchester, politicians around the world are trying to convince the public that the free flow of information on the internet is a terror threat. In reality, independent online media are exposing the real terrorists: the politicians and their deep state handlers who are funding, arming, aiding and enabling false flag terror. This is the GRTV Backgrounder on GlobalResearch.ca

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Reality Intercept_ed, False Flag Regulation, Forfeiting Seizures – New World Next Week

06/09/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: A suspicious deep state leaker is arrested after her leak is intercepted by The Intercept; Britain turns to internet censorship after the latest false flag; and the Supreme Court strikes another blow against police theft.

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