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What is the Deep State? – James Corbett on Financial Survival

03/21/2017


James Corbett joins Alfred Adask for his bi-monthly appearance on Financial Survival. This time they discuss the #Vault7 documents, the surveillance state and the deep state. What is the deep state? Who are its members? How does it operate? Find out in this in-depth conversation.

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Interview 1263 – Financial Survival: What is the Deep State?

03/20/201713 Comments

James Corbett joins Alfred Adask for his bi-monthly appearance on Financial Survival. This time they discuss the #Vault7 documents, the surveillance state and the deep state. What is the deep state? Who are its members? How does it operate? Find out in this in-depth conversation.

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Vault7, Indian Coke, 3D House – New World Next Week

03/10/20173 Comments


This week on the New World Next Week: Wikileaks opens Vault7, but what will be the solution? Indian Coke boycott is taking off; and 3D printed homes are now a thing.

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Interview 1259 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

03/09/201712 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Wikileaks opens Vault7, but what will be the “solution?”; Indian Coke boycott is taking off; and 3D printed homes are now a thing.

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Israeli Spying in the US: A Brief History

02/24/201715 Comments


The knowledge that Israeli-connected companies and intelligence agents have been involved in detailed and elaborate spying operations in the US is of course nothing new. The phenomenon has been painstakingly documented over the years by numerous journalists and sources. Indeed, the documented cases of Israeli spying on their supposed ally — the self-same American government that is supplying it with $3 billion in grants each year — are nearly too numerous to document.

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Flynn Out, Crumbling Infrastructure, License Plate Trackers – New World Next Week

02/19/20170 Comments


This week on the New World Next Week: Dems pretend to care about the Logan Act and Repubs pretend to care about government spying as Flynn quits; America’s crumbling infrastructure continues to crumble; and Montana passes a bill to block the feds’ national license plate tracking program.

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Interview 1254 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

02/16/201720 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Dems pretend to care about the Logan Act and Repubs pretend to care about government spying as Flynn quits; America’s crumbling infrastructure continues to crumble; and Montana passes a bill to block the feds’ national license plate tracking program.

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Trump’s Attorney General Vows War on Encryption

02/03/2017


Jeff Sessions has been approved as Attorney General by the Senate Judiciary Committee and his confirmation is now a foregone conclusion. But he is a proponent of the phony war on drugs, a supporter of mass government surveillance, and has vowed to mandate encryption backdoors for “national security.” Today we talk to Derrick Broze about the latest man to head the Department of Injustice.

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Interview 1250 – Derrick Broze Explains Jeff Sessions’ War on Encryption

02/02/201711 Comments

Jeff Sessions has been approved as Attorney General by the Senate Judicial Committee and his confirmation is now a foregone conclusion? But he is a proponent of the phoney war on drugs, a supporter of mass government surveillance, and has vowed to mandate encryption backdoors for “national security.” Today we talk to Derrick Broze about the latest man to head the Department of Injustice.

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How Big Brother Seeded the Tech Revolution

01/24/20179 Comments


In this episode of our EyeOpener Report James Corbett presents the latest revelations about Steve Jobs’ security clearance with the Department of Defense, the history and examples of the disturbing government connections, stockholdings, regulations and infiltrations when it comes to technology companies, and how the Department of Defense, the NSA, the Department of Homeland Security, In-Q-Tel and other agencies are quietly opening doors and writing checks for the technology industry’s chosen few.

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