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Interview 859 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

04/11/20140 Comments

This week on New World Next Week: More good news updates; the US Navy makes breakthrough in converting seawater into fuel; and doomsday prophets (and profits) warn of the blood moon tetrad.

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Interview 792 - The Power Hour - Curveballs in the Asia-Pacific

12/17/20130 Comments

James Corbett joins Joyce Riley on The Power Hour every other Monday to discuss matters financial, economic, geopolitical and social. In this conversation they look past the stories that are grabbing the headlines to some of the issues that might surprise the public in 2014, from the US-China confrontation in the Asia-Pacific to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.

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Interview 718 - Radio Liberty: SDRs as Global Reserve Currency

08/13/20130 Comments

In this week's appearance on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith, James discusses the IMF'S Special Drawing Rights, and the many indications that it may be the global currency of the future. We also take calls on the new $100 bills, the TPP and TTIP, and a caller who disagrees.

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Interview 692 - Nile Bowie on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Cyberwar

06/26/20130 Comments

Photojournalist and roving correspondent Nile Bowie joins us today from his home base in Kuala Lumpur, which is getting set to host the next round of talks in the highly-secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. We talk about Bowie's work exposing the TPP and its secrecy, the worrying provisions contained in the deal as it stands, and the wave of opposition that is rising up against it in many of the signatory countries where it remains deeply unpopular. We also discuss the latest on the Snowden case and how that plays into the larger cyberwar between the US and China.

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Drowning in Debt, Pipeline Violence, Fire Ice Japan

04/02/20130 Comments

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Interview 639 – The Asia-Pacific Perspective with Broc West

04/01/20132 Comments

James Corbett of corbettreport.com and Broc West of apperspective.net are pleased to bring you the latest edition of their monthly video series, “The Asia-Pacific Perspective.” In this episode, we cover: new debt estimates menace Australians; Myanmar feels the heat as protests and violence track the new trans-Myanmar pipeline; and Japan discovers a new gas source that might change the global energy game.

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Episode 262 - Solutions: Pirate Internet

03/16/201312 Comments

From SOPA and PIPA to ACTA to CISPA to the TPP and now back to CISPA, internet activists have been caught up in a deliberately bewildering game of whack-a-mole with freedom-crushing legislation. Now, ISPs are doing an end run around the whole legislative process altogether and voluntarily collaborating with the entertainment industry to spy on their own customers. All of this is enough to leave concerned netizens demoralized, and in the war of attrition that is exactly the goal. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we explore a real, grassroots, alternative solution to the problem of internet censorhip that can help to end this government/corporate control over our communication once and for all.

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Spotlight: New Zealand with Vinny Eastwood


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Corbett Report Radio 221 - Spotlight: New Zealand with Vinny Eastwood


They don't call it a New WORLD Order for nothing. Tonight on the program we travel around the globe to New Zealand to talk with local alternative media personality Vinny Eastwood of thevinnyeastwoodshow.com about activism, humor and defeating the NWO.

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Corbett Report Radio 213 - EFF vs. TPP: Battle for the Internet


Maira Sutton of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) joins us tonight to break down the Intellectual Property law ramifications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, a multi-national trade agreement that is currently being negotiated behind closed doors. We discuss the potential dangers of this trade agreement and what people can do to resist these changes.

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