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What I Learned From the Intelligence Report on “Russian Hacking”

01/11/201727 Comments


The propaganda surrounding the “Russia hacked the election” meme is, quite frankly, beneath the intelligence of The Corbett Report community. But this hodgepodge of evidence-free assertions is still driving the 24/7 fake news cycle, so today James rolls up his sleeve and shows the latest propaganda for what it is.

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Neo-neocons Want Cold War 2.0 – James Corbett on The Vin Armani Show

01/06/2017


Today James appears on The Vin Armani Show to discuss open source intelligence, the neo-neocon push for Cold War 2.0, and how a false dialectic is pushing us toward regional government.

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Interview 1241 – James Corbett on The Vin Armani Show

01/05/201716 Comments

Today James appears on The Vin Armani Show to discuss open source intelligence, the neo-neocon push for Cold War 2.0, and how a false dialectic is pushing us toward regional government.

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Interview 1239 – Financial Survival: The Disintegration of Mass Culture

12/23/20169 Comments

In this edition of James’ bi-monthly appearance on Financial Survival, James and Alfred discuss the trilateral discussions on Syria taking place between Turkey, Russia, and Iran and what they portend for the future of the middle east. We also discuss how the decentralization of publishing has broken down the dinosaur mass media institutions, leading to the disintegration of mass culture.

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Japan and Russia Might End World War 2 Soon! – The Asia-Pacific Perspective

11/06/20160 Comments

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Broc West joins us once again for our ongoing look at news from across the Asia-Pacific. This time we cover: how countries across the Asia-Pacific are inching out from under the American umbrella; how the Japanese and the Russians may (or may not) be on the verge of formally concluding a WWII peace treaty; and Australia and Indonesia’s potential joint exercises in the South China Sea.

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Interview 1224 – The Asia-Pacific Perspective with Broc West

11/05/20163 Comments

Broc West joins us once again for our ongoing look at news from across the Asia-Pacific. This time we cover: how countries across the Asia-Pacific are inching out from under the American umbrella; how the Japanese and the Russians may (or may not) be on the verge of formally concluding a WWII peace treaty; and Australia and Indonesia’s potential joint exercises in the South China Sea.

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Off Again, On Again: Russia and Turkey Revive Turkish Stream

10/12/20164 Comments

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Interview 1205 – Newsbud Roundtable on Turkey and Multipolar Chess

09/05/20166 Comments

In this week’s Newsbud Roundtable Sibel Edmonds, James Corbett and Spiro Skouras discuss Vice President Joe Biden’s recent trip to Turkey. What kind of back room deals were reached in Biden’s meeting with Turkish and Kurdish officials? What’s the prize behind the multi-polar decision on further incursion into Northern Syria? What kind of prize would benefit Russia, US, Turkey, Syria and Iran? Our trio also talks about the status of Fethullah Gulen’s extradition, President Erdogan’s choices, and of course, the interests of the people versus the Deep State and Military Industrial Complex. Don’t miss this stimulating discussion- join and bring in your thoughts.

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Is Turkey Leaving NATO? Newsbud Roundtable

08/20/2016

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Interview 1202 – Newsbud Roundtable on Turkey’s NATO Exit

08/19/201657 Comments

In a bombshell development, Turkey and Russia are considering military ties and even floating the idea of opening Incirlik to the Russian Air Force. Is Turkey preparing to exit NATO? Or pushing to see how far they can take their alliance with Russia? Or about to be pushed out? And what does it mean if they are? Are the Incirlik nukes in play? And what about Turkey’s role in Syria? Join us today for a fascinating edition of the Newsbud roundtable as Sibel Edmonds, James Corbett and Spiro Skouras dissect the latest developments in one of the world’s most volatile regions.

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