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The Regulation Trap

03/07/2016

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What Can We Do To Prepare? – #QFC 025 (video)

09/29/2015

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What Can We Do To Prepare? – Questions For Corbett #025

09/29/201557 Comments

This month on Questions For Corbett, James answers your queries on GMO bans, oil in the middle east, expatriating to Japan, voluntarism and parenting, Bernie Sanders, how to prepare for what’s coming, and much more. He also asks for your input on gardening, Rockefeller’s replacement and the Peace Corps.

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Reactor Restarts, EPA Pollution, Unilevered – New World Next Week

08/16/20153 Comments

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Interview 1076 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

08/14/20153 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Japan begins restarting its nuclear reactors; the EPA pollutes Colorado’s animas river with 3 million gallons of toxic sludge; and an Indian activist raises awareness of Unilever’s crimes by way of a viral music video.

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Why Are You Against Globalism? – #QFC (video)

07/02/2015

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Why Are You Against Globalism? – Questions For Corbett #023

06/30/201526 Comments

James takes some time out of packing for his summer vacation to answer your queries in this month’s edition of Questions For Corbett. This month he tackles: the CIA and the Iranian nuclear program; the problems of the debt-money paradigm; globalism as an ideology; the predictive programming problem, and much more.

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Nuclear Warfare in the 21st Century

06/28/201512 Comments

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The Iranian Nuclear Negotiation: What you need to know

06/27/20158 Comments

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Interview 1061 – Financial Survival: NATO, Nukes and Negotiations

06/25/20150 Comments

As the Greek drama continues to play out in the Eurozone, James and Alfred ponder the question: What are we being distracted from? From the Iranian nuclear talk breakdown to the rise of NATO in Europe and Russian questions about the moon landings, join us this week for an exploration about some of the stories that are slipping under the radar.

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