Tag: psychology

Interview 1454 – James Corbett on The Robo-Nanny State

06/26/201912 Comments

Conversation with James Corbett that makes the most of James’ vast and erudite knowledge on deep global politics, collective brainwashing, long-term social engineering, the technocracy movement, and what he calls “turnkey totalitarianism.” Looks at the deeper psychological and emotional mechanisms being exploited, coopted and undermined by decades of conscious sociopolitical manipulations

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Interview 1439 – Davi Barker on Authoritarian Sociopathy

04/17/201912 Comments

Davi Barker of The Black Sale joins us to discuss his book, Authoritarian Sociopathy. We talk about the various psychological experiments that have been done in the past to show people’s propensity to obey or disobey authority, and Barker proposes his own experiment that could take this research even further.

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Mother Nature Demands Child Sacrifice – #PropagandaWatch

03/13/201976 Comments


The propagandists are in overdrive shoving “climate grief” down our collective throats. And the next step in that indoctrination, the acceptance of climate eugenics to atone for our climate sins, is almost here. Join James for this week’s important edition of #PropagandaWatch dissecting the dangerous lies that are being pushed in the name of the environment.

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Interview 1421 – Bruce Levine on Resisting Illegitimate Authority

02/20/201921 Comments

Dr. Bruce Levine joins us to discuss his book Resisting Illegitimate Authority: A Thinking Person’s Guide to Being an Anti-Authoritarian―Strategies, Tools, and Models. We talk about authoritarianism and anti-authoritarianism, how dissent has been pathologized by power structures in the past, how it is pathologized today, and how anti-authoritarians can fruitfully resist and dissent against oppressive power structures.

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The TSA (and other experiments in evil)

02/02/2019


In 1961, a psychologist conducted an experiment demonstrating how ordinary men and women could be induced to inflict torture on complete strangers merely because an authority figure had ordered them to do so. In 2001, the United States government formed the Transportation Security Administration to subject hundreds of millions of air travelers to increasingly humiliating and invasive searches and pat downs. These two phenomena are not as disconnected as they may seem. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we explore The TSA (and other experiments in evil).

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Episode 352 – The TSA (and other experiments in evil)

02/01/201940 Comments

In 1961, a psychologist conducted an experiment demonstrating how ordinary men and women could be induced to inflict torture on complete strangers merely because an authority figure had ordered them to do so. In 2001, the United States government formed the Transportation Security Administration to subject hundreds of millions of air travelers to increasingly humiliating and invasive searches and pat downs. These two phenomena are not as disconnected as they may seem. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we explore The TSA (and other experiments in evil).

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The TSA Is A Milgram Experiment

05/26/2018116 Comments

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Interview 1347 – The Hagmann Report on Social Media and Psych Warfare

02/26/201816 Comments

James Corbett joins The Hagmann Report once again to discuss the use and abuse of social media to shape the public into smartphone-addicted lab rats in a giant social engineering experiment.

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World War III Is Over (If You Want It)

12/06/2017


We may be looking at the echoes of WWI, but we are no mere shadows consigned to observe the events taking place around us. We are conscious actors with the ability to give our identities over to the next “great” war cause, or to retain our humanity and refuse to give in. And make no mistake: your choice does make a difference.

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You Are Being Gamed

08/19/2017


In this classic Corbett Report podcast from 2010, James opens up the virtual Skinner box and peers into the future of gaming in the world of ubiquitous computing. When our daily life consists of interactions with computers, will there be any way to avoid amusing ourselves to death?

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