The Pandemic is a Test Run - #PropagandaWatch

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The death cult that wants to suppress humanity has issued their warning: the lockdown of the world in the name of the global scamdemic is not the end of this madness. It is only the beginning. Join James for this week's edition of #PropagandaWatch as he dissects the latest attempt to leverage the climate scam on the back of the COVID scam, and how both of these distractions are being used to indoctrinate the public into the death cult.

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  1. james.w says:

    [SNIP – No urls without titles and/or explanations why people should be clicking on them, please. -JC]

    • jswain says:

      The US West is not the only part of the world that is incinerating, the Amazon and Siberia are also in flames. What agendas and objectives do the fires and smoke fulfill for the geoengineers and those they serve? Moisture from Gulf of Mexico hurricanes is being utilized by the weather makers for manipulating Eastern US cool-downs. International agencies are warning about imminent starvation, chaos, and carnage. The CV-19 global lockdown scenario is completely interwoven with it all. The latest installment of Global Alert News is below.

    • august says:

      Bay Area of California is going to make it mandatory for workers at large companies to work from home in the name of cutting CO2 emissions.

  2. james.w says:
    he wreckage of a US WWII bomber has emerged from the melting Eyjafjallajokull glacier in southern Iceland, allegedly because of climate change.

  3. ClintTorrez says:

    Hi James, Here’s even more proof for you. In fact the reduced carbon emissions during the global imprisonment experiment have actually exacerbated and accellerated climate responses causing more severe weather. Add this compounding effect to the ensuing grand solar minimum and weakening of Earth’s magnetic field and once again the common man( through the Spin) is made to think that he is responsible for the poor/evil management decisions toward the goal of population reduction. –
    Fast climate responses to aerosol emission reductions during the COVID‐19 pandemic
    As always James you are an inspiration, along with the Corbett Report community!

  4. huna says:

    People like to reference that photo and other information about Bill Gates and Jeffrey Epstein and rightly so but has anyone mentioned that Epstein is wearing what appears to be the American Flag on his left sleeve?

  5. robert.t says:

    I guess I’ll start worrying (but not much) when Rome’s airport can again accommodate ships, when I can paddle a canoe into Ephesus where the Romans parked fleets or when the Persians can get squeezed between water and mountains at Thermopylae where there is now a wide plain with highway…

    But things were much warmer and wetter again between eight and six thousand years ago (though in warmer world cloud may repress maximum temps). Moreover, the last interglacial, the Eemian some hundred and twenty thousand years back, got considerably warmer than this one.

    None of this is mysterious or new. So I’m wondering…

    Is it possible that the globsters know full well that you only get to spend about 20% of your Quaternary Period in interglacial conditions? The rest is colder and mostly drier, much of it truly glacial. Then you have to wait another hundred and twenty thousand years to take off the chill.

    Maybe this isn’t so. Maybe geology, stratigraphy, glaciology, speleology, archaeology, history etc etc got it wrong because they didn’t have today’s non-Kardashian models.

    But that last little dip in temps around 1700 was especially sharp. Maybe as sharp as we’ve had in the last twelve thousand years. Was that a warning that our Holocene toastiness is running down, as expected? If so, maybe they have a reason for wanting a good cull of humans, but the reason is the opposite of what they’re signalling.

    Not saying they don’t enjoy murder. Just saying they might have a rough motive. We have sites like Jericho and Gobekli Tepe dating back to the early interglacial time but we don’t have evidence of large populations living in complex urbanisations before the last few millennia, all of which are contained in the present interglacial. People have come through glaciation, but massive civilisations haven’t faced that test.

    Not saying humanity won’t be able to handle whatever’s coming. But we need to dispense with the services of those self-loathing manipulators James rightly calls the kakistocracy. It’s not just that they’re a bunch of fake-tanned perverts and criminals. The problem is that they always bugger everything up.

    Remember, a transhumanist is someone who sucks at being human…and knows it.

  6. André says:

    James, please review Netflix’s ‘Social Dilemma’.

    • m.mark says:

      I’m interested as well seeing as how Netflix is part of the machine

    • nosoapradio says:

      7 months later, on the recommendation of a student, I have just discovered this … this Netflix psyop called The Social Dilemma. I haven’t even gotten to the very end of it yet… and the fact that I’m so incensed as to have lept to the keyboard before cooly formulating my objections is humiliating proof of the dangerous veracity of its core thesis.

      However, like the most formidably effective gatekeeping forces I’ve encountered to date, it deftly coats highly strategic, yet imperceptible lies with important and shocking truths resulting in nauseatingly powerful opinion-management while paradoxically offering viewers the conviction of coming away enlightened, knowing how the manipulation works. This illusion masks the terrible truth that, far from any real understanding of how their opinions are really formed, consumers of the bloody FAANGs once again fall victim to sophisticated insinuated perception management; more or less subliminally implanted suggestions about what is and isn’t true concerning the major events of the last 2 decades of human history.

      This initial viewing having been distracted and incomplete, and to be sure that I myself am not simply trapped in the echo chamber of cognitive bias, I’m afraid I’ll have to inflict another session of this horrendous horsepuckey on myself in order to provide a convincing analysis and rebuttal to present to any future students who might evoke this WMD.
      It would seem important to be able to do so.

  7. danmcc says:

    CO2 has continued rising unabated this year at the Mauna Loa Observatory reaching new record highs. I’m not sure what data shows that it has gone down during COVID-1984.

  8. james.w says:

    How CDC/WHO will fake the effects of the COVID vaccine to make it look like a success

    by Jon Rappoport

    (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)

    Making a vaccine look like it’s a champion isn’t difficult for public health agencies. There are a number of strategies.

    Of course, these fraudulent strategies would be serious crimes. But when has that stopped the CDC or the World Health Organization?

    In no particular order—-

    ONE: Rework the definition of a “COVID case.” Presently, the CDC absurdly allows doctors to diagnose a person with COVID who has a cough, or chills and fever, and lives in an area where cases are being claimed. No test necessary.

    So change this practice, once the vaccine is approved. Demand testing for a diagnosis. State that cough alone is not enough. Chills and fever must also be present. Require fever to be above 100.

    These and other changes would automatically shrink the number of cases. The drop in numbers would be attributed to the vaccine.

    This “definitional shrinking” was, in fact, deployed in the 1950s, after the introduction of the polio vaccine.

    TWO: Order a change in the way the PCR diagnostic test is done. The practice of amplifying the original test sample from the patient occurs in cycles, or jumps. The greater the number of cycles, the more likely the test will result in a COVID diagnosis. Therefore, order a reduced number of cycles for all testing labs.

    Outcome? Fewer COVID diagnoses. Fewer case numbers. “The vaccine is working.”

    THREE: Quietly restrict the present hospital practice of arbitrarily writing “COVID” on patient case and death files.

    FOUR: Cook up and publish false studies showing more and more people are developing immunity to the virus. Attribute this to the vaccine.

    FIVE: Another type of false study—“the transmission of the virus from person to person is slowing, thanks to the vaccine.”

    SIX: Pump up the success of issuing Immunity certificates after vaccination. “People are feeling safer now. More businesses are reopening…”

    SEVEN: Using the compliant press, simply issue bald declarations that the vaccine is a success.

    EIGHT: Hide the many instances of injury and death from the vaccine. When necessary, claim COVID was the cause.

    NINE: Warn that the wonderful vaccine-derived immunity is not permanent, and frequent booster shots are necessary.

    TEN: Rework the definition of “vaccine-acquired immunity.” Even a very weak antibody response from the shot would qualify as “protective immunity.”

    ELEVEN: Huge numbers of people with ordinary flu-like illness, pneumonia, and other traditional lung infections are being called “COVID.” Change this practice. Go back to calling many of these people “flu,” “pneumonia,” etc. COVID case numbers will drop. Claim the drop is the effect of the vaccine.

    TWELVE: Presently, millions of so-called COVID cases have “co-morbidities.” These are prior serious health conditions which are, in fact, the true causes of illnesses and death. Of course, this is denied. But after the vaccine is introduced… scale back the practice of counting all these ill and deceased co-morbid patients as “COVID.”

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

    • paul823 says:

      The real question is how will they explain all the deaths AFTER the vaccine?

      • mkey says:

        They just need to keep going in the same direction, lying big. BIG BIG BIG

      • flammable says:

        The last step was cut off due to exceeding the 500 word count. Here it is

        THIRTEEN: After the vaccine is introduced, slow down testing for a brief period. This will automatically reduce the rate of new cases. Attribute the decline to the vaccine.

        • pearl says:

          Oh they’ll still perform the tests, just tweak the results, according to David Crowe:

          “PCR is really a manufacturing technique,” Crowe explained. “You start with one molecule. You start with a small amount of DNA and on each cycle the amount doubles, which doesn’t sound like that much, but if you […] double 30 times, you get approximately a billion times more material than you started with. So as a manufacturing technique, it’s great. […]

          “In one paper,” Crowe says, “I found 37 cycles. If you didn’t get enough fluorescence by 37 cycles, you are considered negative. In another, paper, the cutoff was 36. Thirty-seven to 40 were considered “indeterminate.” And if you got in that range, then you did more testing. I’ve only seen two papers that described what the limit was. So, it’s quite possible that different hospitals, different States, Canada versus the US, Italy versus France are all using different cutoff sensitivity standards of the Covid test. So, if you cut off at 20, everybody would be negative. If you cut off a 50, you might have everybody positive.” […]

          David, in his quiet Canadian way, dropped a bombshell in his next statement:

          “I think if a country said, “You know, we need to end this epidemic,” They could quietly send around a memo saying: “We shouldn’t be having the cutoff at 37. If we put it at 32, the number of positive tests drops dramatically. If it’s still not enough, well, you know, 30 or 28 or something like that. So, you can control the sensitivity.”

          Yes, you read that right. Labs can manipulate how many “cases’ of Covid-19 their country has. Is this how the Chinese made their case load vanish all of a sudden? […]

          I pressed him one last time:

          “David, in conclusion, finish this sentence: “The PCR test for Corona is as good as…”

          His reply made me laugh. I didn’t know I still could laugh.

          “It’s as good as that Scientology test that detects your personality and then tells you need to give all your money to Scientology. “

  9. mkey says:

    Avi Yemini CONFRONTS lockdown protesters in Melbourne yesterday

    An opportunity to relax for 5 minutes.

  10. SuperMom Belle says:

    We’re moving.
    It’s fast; well past a time of “awareness” and soon to pass, a chance of “action”.
    Complacency combined with knowledge, that lacks any kind action against evil has allowed US to reach a this tipping point of, sudden acknowledgment that… “it’s happening” and because you realize it’s affecting you specifically… now, NOW, you must decide:
    Are you gonna finally GET MAD and reject insanity, disregard man-made ‘mandates’ that ‘require’ you to submit everything that makes you worth anything?
    Or will you choose to continue to apathetically sigh; give in, “go along to get along” which is, in essence, accepting lunacy:
    Are you gonna finally GO MAD?
    ~ NC Liberty Belle (

  11. pearl says:

    Over at Rosa Koire’s website under her latest article covering the Transition Integrity Project, someone going by “MorningStar” left a comment linking to another guy called Tom DeWeese of The American Policy Center. Mr. DeWeese just kicked off a webinar series to train people at the local level to fight Agenda21 with a video called “Know Your Enemy”. I’m about 45 minutes into it and feeling the same contempt and rage displayed by James in this video. I despise these people, these traitors who are enabling this beastly, global system. It’s just jaw-dropping to consider the ground they cover. I’m really hoping this series will provide some way to frustrate this well-planned reset. For the activists here, this looks like a good place to start (the video is embedded about halfway down the page):

    “The American Policy Center (APC) is today launching the first in a series of training webinars designed to teach and empower those of you who want to take local action against the growing government overreach that is infesting you daily life. The webinars will focus on how to organize, research, and build a team of effective activists in every community. In addition, APC has prepared a comprehensive Activist’s Handbook and an online Tool Kit to provide valuable documents, tools, and background information on rules and regulations now changing nearly every community in the nation.”

    (continued below)

    • pearl says:

      Excerpt continued:

      “These training webinars are designed to look beyond the upcoming election and focus on dealing with our local governments that are driving to impose drastic economic and social changes – many of which have roots in global policies, designed to attack the three pillars of freedom — free enterprise, private property and individual choice. The APC webinars are designed to expose these plans, reveal the forces and tactics behind them, and provide effective tactics to stop them – specifically on the local and state levels.

      “The fact is, we will be much more effective in combating and stopping these policies at home in our communities, than attempting to influence the federal level. Change is rarely made from the top down. Converting our own community into a “Freedom Pod” will begin a revolution that will grow and eventually move up. That’s the focus of the APC training webinars. […]

      “Too many local residents are not prepared to recognize the forces they are up against, and consequently, find themselves unable to effectively oppose them. Now, however, once you have been armed with the knowledge from this first training installment detailing how your community government has been usurped by these forces, the webinars to follow will serve to make you an effective and powerful Citizen Ninja, ready to lead the drive to organize and create your community into that vital “Freedom Pod” to protect private property, free enterprise, and freedom of personal choice in your life.”

      • debra.b says:

        Thanks pearl!

      • emilie says:

        Thank you for this!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        The part about NGO’s and non-profits is interesting.
        About a month ago, when I was reading a lot of local news, I noticed a box ad demonizing Angie Chen Button who is in my small area running as a State Representative. I clicked on the box ad and it went to a webpage. The webpage demonized Angie Chen Button because she voted AGAINST (CPS) Child Protective Services being able to automatically vaccinate any kids they picked up without the parent’s consent. The webpage promoted vaccines and the right of agencies to deliver them to anyone under their care. Now, the webpage no longer exists…or I can’t find it again. It said it was sponsored by a progress sounding name…something like “Texans For a Better Future”. I spent an hour or two and tracked the group to New York City with a number of inter-connected NGO’s.
        By the way, I sent a postcard to Angie Chen Button thanking her on the vaccine issue. I also told her to see “Who is Bill Gates” at The Corbett Report.

        A few days ago, I ran across this non-profit pile of worms, The Fedcap Group. I happened across them when I went to see who took over some Thrift stores down in Austin. They do other stuff around Texas.
        From their financial, it is a bit unclear exactly how their revenue all comes in, but I do know what the Executives make annually. Most all the top Executives make over 200k annually, while some of their subcontractors and attorneys also bring in some big ‘pay’.

        The Fedcap Group prides itself in telling others what to do and how to do it and micromanaging other organizations and people.
        The President and CEO, Christine McMahon, makes $500,000 annually.
        The Fedcap Group invites donations.

        Most people will throw-up while listening to the full 3 1/2 minutes of the CEO giving a talk. Have a vomit bag ready.
        The Path Forward — The Fedcap Group’s comprehensive roadmap to our new normal — driven by public health expertise and data.

  12. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Mankind’s “bucket of joy” is leaking fast

    These anecdotes, like James Corbett’s 7 year old son, really stick. They penetrate.
    (16:35 minute mark)
    “Daddy, The World should change for the funner, not the badder.”

    This is something which I notice when I go out to shop. The joy is missing. The smiles are gone, or you certainly cannot see them. Laughter absent. Dull, wooden, sunken eye expressions. The auras are a dark murky gray. Some people seem tense; stressed. Sometimes, I notice frowns of envious resentment, because I am the only one in the crowd not wearing a mask, like an attitude of: “I have to wear a mask and follow the rules. How come you get away with it?”

    (15:40 Minute mark)
    James hit it hard; spot on, when he said:
    “There is a death cult that is trying its best to suppress the human population, and…”

    IDIOM – “Have no truck for”
    At the 12:50 mark and then again at the 14 minute mark, Corbett used this idiom. One can grasp its meaning via the context, but it is an expression I rarely hear.

    “have (or want) no truck with”
    1 avoid dealing or being associated with.
    2 be unsympathetic or opposed to.

    However, I think that Corbett’s use of the idiom has a heavier fist-pounding to the meaning.
    The idiom seems to have a U.K. origination to it which embodies more of that “Hell no!” type texture.
    …Going back to the original ‘barter’ meaning of truck, this also became extended to include the sundry items that were bartered and also small odd jobs or errands.
    The stores that were set up to service the needs of itinerant navvies while they were building the UK’s canals and railways were known as ‘truck stores’ or ‘tommy shops’.

    (“Navvies” – Unskilled workers on a major building project. Derived from large numbers of Irish workers who came to England in the mid-1700’s to dig out the navigational canals.)
    …The navvies’ sites were often far from towns and were the only places that the workmen could shop.
    The shops were generally ruinously expensive and provided poor quality goods.
    The workers were often paid in vouchers that could only be ‘trucked’ at the workplace shop.
    That all ended in the UK with the passing of the 1887 Truck Act, which made the worst excesses of the truck trade illegal.
    In the USA such shops were known as company stores and are the subject of the well-known American song “Sixteen Tons”….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Sixteen Tons” sung by Tennessee Ernie Ford…Amazon style
      (2 1/2 minutes)

    • debra.b says:

      “These anecdotes, like James Corbett’s 7 year old son, really stick. They penetrate.“
      (16:35 minute mark)
      “Daddy, The World should change for the funner, not the badder.”

      They sure do. This one made me teary. James had a very different tone in this episode. Anecdotes such as this one take a message and drive it home. Wherever that may be for each of us, I’d wager in the end it’s a similar place.

      Thank you James for sharing it with us!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Emotional Impact in delivering a message

        I think we all can appreciate the value of a passionate, emotional message, especially when it is supported by verifiable facts.

        I am listening to the “Webinar #1 – Know Your Enemy” which Pearl mentioned in her comment above, (American Policy Org).

        The speaker goes through many points, but one point struck me…
        Sourced information and logic don’t work for many people.
        A mistake we can all make is straining with facts and information to some audiences. Reasoning doesn’t work well with unreasonable people.
        “Appealing to emotions” have a greater influence for some folks as opposed to reason.
        I’m sure the buttons could run the spectrum of emotions: “sympathy and pity”, “Fears” (of many types), “anger and rage”, etc. And, of course, there are the higher emotions of “passion” and “creativity” and “tenacity” (like “Cool Hand Luke” type attitudes).

        Anyway, I have noticed this. Logic and ‘pointing out facts’ aren’t food for many folks, but rather, something that strikes an emotional chord is the meal they are looking for.

        One example:
        “Injustice” is a hot-number area in order to stoke anger or outrage or empathy or some other emotion.
        Even many who are pro mandatory vaccines are against the injustice of censorship.

        • Alchemist says:

          Exactly, it’s all psychological. “Book smart” types are the hardest to win over, bc the new information we present challenges their very identity. And they are probably the ones who would appreciate a linear way of looking at this. For everyone else, we have to be more abstract.

          I think we tend to steer clear from using heart-string pulling tactics used but our opponent, since it seems manipulative, but that’s the stuff that works.

  13. biek says:

    Look at N Korea as an example of experimental low consuming culture. I read it as experimental because the nuclear weapons are an example of a tortoise on a fence post – it couldn’t have gotten there by itself.. Equally the North Koreans could not have developed n weapons on their own. Therefore I conclude that the country is an experimental laboratory in social engineering.

    Then look at how one effect of the lock downs has been to drive an increased interest in opening dogs. Many more people want a dog than did 6 months ago… Then note that N Korea recently banned owning a pet dog…

    • gauntlet33 says:

      I’m guessing that they want to own a dog as an alarm so they can have their guns ready if/when the govt comes a knocking to inject their “vaccines”.

  14. padraig says:

    thanks james. as usual spot on. i wonder if this IS the end of free folk. ive had a couple bouts of being really shocked at where people are willing to go. how much shit has changed. during what feels like a pretty brief visit of 50 odd years. from a complete mistrust of government, to near universal worship. from outright mockery of anything military to making every occurrence in life a military exercise. most amusing are these appeals to military spec!!!!!! older folk will remember the hammer stories and 500 dollar bolts and such. im not making an appeal to tradition. or any other. very organized, wealthy, and ultimately bored people have done a remarkable job of studying human behavior. they shared a vision of organizing the many. by the few. and for the first time in my life i think they hold the better hand. im an optimist and im sure future Frederik Douglas’ will be created so hope is not lost. (i keep assuring myself) but if my reading is correct, hope may go underground for a time. i haven’t given up. and i won’t. remember the mayor in Jaws comparing barracudas to sharks?
    different fish swim in these waters now.
    heads up.

  15. corbeaux says:

    Around the 2:15 mark. In order to debunk the coronavirus scam, do we have to become supporters of the global economic growth scam, according to which “people are going to rise out of poverty”? I don’t see people rising out of poverty, I see poor getting poorer and rich… you know the rest.

  16. mik says:

    Oh man, where to start….
    Everything is upside down, even parts of this episode.

    Guy from WUWT would like to hypersonicaly fly for weekend fun, even more, some orbital amusement, yeee. Incredible, what a technology believer, disciple of progress.
    But before he is lamenting about “miserable small minded green vision”, he won’t be able to spend his hardly honorably earned money

    What is the state of mind of this moron? Where is he living?
    No doubt, somewhere in high GDP area of the world. He is so fucking small minded he probably doesn’t realize a billion people on this world would be happy to have a guaranteed meal !!!
    Well, he watched some documentaries, not funny, but that’s not his problem, those people probably made bad choices, yeee…. Life is a bitch for someone, that’s how things are (really ??, a kind of fact ??). He is probably consulting dictionary when empathy is mentioned.

    Are technocracy or consumerism the only choices we have ????

    There cannot be a better world with such a level of inequality. Is this so hard to grasp?

    But don’t get me wrong, I’m not proponent of equality.

  17. alexandre says:

    A wee comment, certified to get me some eggs, but I care not. In fact I’m out of eggs, so they’re welcome.

    Technology = heroin.
    I mean new technology, not technology as in fire, wheels, music or Raymond Rife.
    “This” technology = heroin.

    I didn’t do heroin, but I heard descriptions and heard musicians under the influence, so it sure looks like some incredible divine type of experience where you can do amazing things, have all sorts of illuminations and what not. Now, try to live all that without the heroin. Not possible, because … it’s the heroin that brings all that “good” stuff. So “this” technology (mainly digital) sure did bring us marvelous things and incredible possibilities of life (or whatever), but now that we’re addicted and dependent on that, what does it mean trying to reject this system while maintaining the technology – and the life style that comes with it? The sole purpose of “this” technology – which didn’t just appear out of thin air – was always to enslave and bring this hell we’re now entering, so to me the only possibility is the impossible; reject the technology and all the incredible lifestyle it brought with it, just like the heroin addict has to do to get rid of the addiction. Going back to what, Neanderthal? Middle ages? Whatever it is, it means “cold turkey”. Anyone up for that? Have you ever seen anyone going cold turkey? Ain’t pr’ty. What Corbett and others suggest sounds to me like getting rid of heroin without the cold turkey, and, further more, remaining in the heroin trip experience.
    Someone else could certainly express this better in proper English, but that’s the idea. Corbett explains perfectly everything you need to know about heroin, and then offers heroin as the solution. It sounds totally incongruent to me.

    Ok, done, back to my cave, expecting some eggs for my omelete.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Maestro, If you do get eggs I hope they are eggs benidict.
      Have you ever tasted eggs benidict? Let me fix you some. The velvety hollandase, squeeze of lemon, the smooth eggs, toasted ham and english muffin texture will melt in your mouth. Its like Oscar Petterson for the mouth.
      You make a brilliant point here. If for no other reason than regional clarity. Here in Oklahoma the clean alternative to heroin could be obtained from your local Doctor. A number of promising young musicians have been lost to Oxicontin. The drug ravaged people cause the cold turkey part was just too intense. So regionally here Oxicontin is the technologies bogeyman cold turkey incongruous term to be used. There is going to be a large slice of the population that will sell their mother and kill grandma to maintain their mainline to cyber technologies. Snowflakes and Peter Pans. Won’t be easy for them.

    • manbearpig says:

      Well… I’m trying to imagine what my life would be like without the internet… hmmmmmm… let’s see…
      My teaching career went 100% online with the plandemic. (this is the fatal moment where I probably should’ve retired to some deep underground cave, instead) Since I’d been unable to scan all the teaching material I used to use before being confined to my Lyon apartement, all of my class material now comes off the net (and often off of this very website)
      I just expatriated to another European country, so interaction with all my students, family and the extremely limited committee I call my friends is all done online… as is my banking… my Cough taxes… most of my exposure to art, literature and music… my Spanish classes…
      Now, I like to think I could/would adapt somehow if the internet were to go down in some blinding geo-magnetic big bang…
      Actually I chose my new country of adoption with just such an event in mind… just in case… and just in time… or so it seems…
      But I’m definately, inextricably caught in the cyber web where I spend most of my existence now. When I’m not at the beach that is. Or photographing the sunrise from my balcony.
      I’m living the cyber dream and I’m not proud of it but…
      damn! this heroin is prty damn heady, amazing buzz, I have to say! Still new though… Have to see in the long run…
      who knows… I might be desperately reaching for the oxycontin myself one these days…

    • Fact Checker says:

      “Someone else could certainly express this better in proper English…”

      Dude, you’re doing JUST fine. 100% agree.

      The Revolution will be won by a tiny, tiny band of people that are able to eschew Digitech altogether, defeat the Machine’s bio-slaves and robo-dogs, and let the entire techno-storm pass over the Earth, leaving a miniscule population to re-establish their natural connection to the Earth, and put the nightmare of Digitech behind, hopefully never to be resurrected…

      (That is, IF the Revolution is won. Digitech IS the enemy. It’s a heartless seed from a Von Neumann Probe, Berserker class, that travelled to Earth from a civilization that long ago committed techno-suicide.)

    • Viv Aldistaw says:

      Unfortunately you’re right. There’s no getting around the paradox of the knowledge technology gives us and the road it’s taking us down

    • alexandre says:

      Well, maybe the Middle Ages isn’t so bad if you read Buñuel’s description in his “My Last Breath”.

      It’s been ages since I read [a part of] that, but I remember him saying he was fortunate to live his first years in the Middle Ages. And there’s a whole chapter there about it, if you want to get some training. “2 – Remembrances from the Middle Ages”. Who knows…?

      MBP – Ya a leer Buñuel, nena!

    • debra.b says:

      Since you need the eggs, Alex I’ll toss them to you. ? wee joke for your wee comment.

      I think your heroin addiction analogy for modern technology addiction is spot on. Unfortunately! And, I fear there is no backward step into the past. Although, the younger generation, like my son and daughter in their early thirties steep themselves in 80’s/90’s nostalgia. They use modern technology to do so, which is the rub as manbearpig and GBW have aptly described from different angles.

      p.s. I will happily take a stroll through the Middle Ages. Thanks! ?

      • debra.b says:

        p.p.s. Hi GBW! ?

      • alexandre says:

        Thanks, I caught them both in mid air.

        I’ve been in the countryside long enough to know I’m screwed. Once I spent 3 days without electricity and it drove me insane, even with a gasoline generator, which makes such a loud noise that I prefer insanity. So yep, I have no answers to this pickle. It’s up to the good hearts of TPTSNHB up there to forget to turn the power off. Actually if they did that, it would throw us into the Middle Ages, and then we’d discover what a bliss it is, so they probably won’t. But with the Digitech, as FC says, we’re definitely screwed. Thank god my mom isn’t here to see this, as we won’t be to see “that” which is coming.

    • Alchemist says:

      I think there’s a FB group for that—Technoholics anonymous 😉 Can you imagine what would happen if “they” suddenly turn off our access? They will. Most of us literally can’t survive without Google. We are so addicted and dependent that we’ll never put a stop to it before they do. Just one more day… let’s keep prolonging it… just one more hit.

      As for the eggs, we Corbeteers have a very egg-rich diet, dont we? Try this if you get sick of omelettes:

  18. fftab says:

    Hello from Utah, James. First and foremost, thanks for all your hard work. I just wanted to bring to your attention (though I know that you are not partisan to any politicians) that Dr. Ron Paul’s recent YouTube-streamed Liberty Report episode, “Covid Whistleblowers Expose Narrative As ‘Total Fraud’”, was taken down by YouTube for “violating community guidelines.” I find this to be ironic in more than one way, considering this censorship is happening on the heels of YouTuber AwakenWithJP’s recent video, “What It’s Like Getting Censored on YouTube”. Dr. Paul’s videos have never been targeted before, and seeing as he is a legitimately powerful influence which is, from some observations, largely responsible for the political awakening amongst millennials and “Gen-Z“ (or, colloquially, “Zoomers”) aged persons such as myself, I find this instance of censorship especially chilling, more so than any ban I’ve seen before. I know you spoke of this recently in no uncertain terms; the Neo Library of Alexandria, the Internet, is on fire. Today, this fire is beginning to consume arguably one of the most influential political figures of the contemporary era for the younger generations which will make the future. I consider Dr. Paul to be mostly innocuous in his content. Arguments can be made about his reputation as a doomsayer, but most of the statements he makes, perhaps with exception to personal views on issues like abortion, are fact-based. In that sense, he is not unlike yourself. What do you make of this? Thank you for taking the time to read, and I hope the new season treats you well.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks for the news about Ron Paul.

      Ron Paul Institute

      Covid Whistleblowers Expose Narrative As ‘Total Fraud’
      September 23 –
      Two insiders have recently emerged to give a shocking view behind the scenes of the ongoing Covid narrative.
      A former chief science officer at pharma giant Pfizer
      and a former official at the CDC have both come forward with shocking tales of fraud and falsification.
      Also today, US support for a Covid vaccine continues to plummet based on recent polls. More good news out of Pennsylvania. Dementia deaths.
      Watch today’s Liberty Report:
      (VIDEO GONE)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Ron Paul Twitter

        You can see a couple 2 minute clips.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        September 23, 2020
        Hubpages by Ralph Lopez

        Chief Science Officer for Pfizer Says “Second Wave” Faked on False-Positive COVID Tests, “Pandemic is Over”

        In a stunning development, a former Chief Science Officer for the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer says “there is no science to suggest a second wave should happen.” The “Big Pharma” insider asserts that false positive results from inherently unreliable COVID tests are being used to manufacture a “second wave” based on “new cases.”

        Dr. Mike Yeadon, a former Vice President and Chief Science Officer for Pfizer for 16 years, says that half or even “almost all” of tests for COVID are false positives.
        Dr. Yeadon also argues that the threshold for herd immunity may be much lower than previously thought, and may have been reached in many countries already.

        In an interview last week Dr. Yeadon was asked:
        “we are basing a government policy, an economic policy, a civil liberties policy, in terms of limiting people to six people in a meeting…all based on, what may well be, completely fake data on this coronavirus?”

        Dr. Yeadon answered with a simple “yes.”

        Dr. Yeadon said in the interview that, given the “shape” of all important indicators in a worldwide pandemic, such as hospitalizations, ICU utilization, and deaths, “the pandemic is fundamentally over.”

        Yeadon said in the interview:
        “Were it not for the test data that you get from the TV all the time, you would rightly conclude that the pandemic was over, as nothing much has happened.
        Of course people go to the hospital, moving into the autumn flu season…but there is no science to suggest a second wave should happen.”

        In a paper published this month, which was co-authored by Yeadon and two of his colleagues, “How Likely is a Second Wave?”, the scientists write:
        “It has widely been observed that in all heavily infected countries in Europe and several of the US states likewise, that the shape of the daily deaths vs. time curves is similar to ours in the UK. Many of these curves are not just similar, but almost super imposable.”….
        (GRAPH OF U.K. STATISTICS – Cases & Deaths) in article.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Percent who say they are likely to get the first generation COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it is available
        (The GRAPH tells the big picture of public opinion on vaccine safety)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Ron Paul is on fire!

        Thursday September 24, 2020
        Can You Boost Your Immune System? With Dr. Joseph Mercola
        (24 minutes)

        I remember the late 90’s…I used to be a member of and comment on the forum during the days prior to Google becoming a big search engine.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          The interview mentions the Senator Rand Paul and Dr. Fauci T-Cell verbal exchange.
          Here is the referenced information with Alex Rodriguez Twitter.

          If a person does not know much about T-Cells, they need to do research. T-Cells can provide lifelong immunity. The Thymus gland is very large when a person is young. It shrinks with age…a lot!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          In the Ron Paul video, Dr. Mercola mentions a new WEBSITE which he developed for the average normie. It contains easy to read pdf protocols.

          Proven, Natural, Safe, Effective and Inexpensive Ways to Enhance Your Immune System
          Download the Report to Protect You and Your Family From COVID-19

          Check My COVID Risk

  19. Laura K. says:

    Sorry if this is too of topic but I asked myself this question today, about utilizing social media: What do you guys think about Joe Rogan?
    Is trying to get James on his Podcast to unlikely to try?

  20. Magmon says:

    This is my first comment. I truly enjoy the work that you do James Corbett!
    This climat change narrative has annoyed me from the start as I have for years now watched the intentional modefication of our weather patterns. Here in sunny Queensland, Aus it used to be much wetter. Since the last 3 years especially I have observed something like this: I live in nature and it tells me about wet weather coming.
    First: Ants marching with their eggs to higher ground.
    Second: Birds like black Cockatoos are calling rain when they are around here in our winter. They more and intense the calls the more rain can be expected.
    Third: now that it is Spring starting, Green Frogs are starting to croak and getting around,… Only when rain or a thunderstorm is forming are they more vocal.
    Fourth: My elbows and places of past injury start pinching on the inside. The more it hurts the more pressure activity on the weatherfront.
    UNTIL::: those pescy small planes start rushing across the sky, several going back and forth all day,… Like right now..( frog just hat a couple of croaks).
    You can not see anything coming out of them, but after passing I see puffs or short lines that spread out like a melting Lemon Sorbet across the sky and stays around like a dotted and hazy layer beneath the clouds.They have NAME now!
    Then after a while an itchy face starts happening, I usually wipe my face with a washer and clean water, and it wipes off what ever landed on my face as I am outdoors all day.
    I have seen last summer thunderstorms being decimated… Literally!! The black front just crumbled into gray and whatever broke away intensified to cause localized hail in a small area. Over cities its more extreme.
    From my vintage point there is no doupt in my mind that the weather is being modified to dry things up,… Since people pay for water here….( my conclusion)….Whatever is in that toxic cocktail is not only for the weather but also could have something to do with the next generation rollout,… There has been several large towers errected in my area alone….
    We are iat a point that reminds me of Dory from “Finding Nemo” when they are cought in a net with large fish just about to be hauled on deck of a trawler, she instructs the fish ” Swim down, just swim down!!!” The rest was history.
    Well those pixar fish are not as confused as the average person out there, and took action against all odds.
    James and other bright minds have been telling this message loud and clear….. Just swim down !!!!
    Much love and success to all the thinking individuals here in this forum and beyond. One Love

  21. Libertydan says:

    The world should be changing for the better given the increased knowledge that human kind has to build on. Even a child knows that, eh!
    Ya, well, if the right people had the power, then it would all make perfect sense. But when evil bastards (devil worshipers like Skull and bones) slip into positions of power, deceive the masses, then replace lies for truth, things tend to be up-side-down and good things go bad. These evil bastards seize use the chaos to take even more power. They say “The truth doesn’t matter” (like we would have any knowledge at all without it). Yes, we must end the cult of deception!
    Take a look at the video below of Bush Jr. in a Grade School Class Room on 9/11/01. Note that Bush holds the Book up-side down. He is doing this deliberately to signal the other members of his secret society. Yep, they did turn the world up-side-down and make things worse, for their own personal gain.

    Perhaps 7 years old is a bit young to learn of the evil in this world that turns things up-side down, eh!

    • Libertydan says:

      Perhaps we should not associate Anarchy with Chaos, so much as we should associate the Bush’s with Butchery.
      The Rockefeller Series, and the Gates Series, were among some of the best stuff James and Broc have put out, yet I think the Bush’s are even more evil, and thus worthy of an Investigative Documentary.
      From Prescott Bush (President of Union Bank) funding of the Nazi’s and perhaps creating Skull and Bones, to his Son George Bush Sr. (CIA operative and later Director of it), to his Grand Son George Bush Jr. (responsible for the Events of 9/11/01), three generations of secret society members out of Yale have impacted the world.
      It is time we took a closer look at them, eh!

  22. Fact Checker says:

    “Even a child can understand…”

    Unfortunately, only a child can understand that things should change for the funner.

    And kids are not in charge.

    • Alchemist says:

      If we listen to our kids instead of politicians, we’d all be better off.

      • Fact Checker says:

        Well…if we didn’t obey the politicians, we’d be in jail…
        so not necessarily.
        Kids lose their intuitive powers through the grinding process of socialization in a society run by sociopathic politicians. Choice never plays into it.

  23. TimmyTaes says:

    Oh, Jeez. I went down the climate change rabbit hole years ago. This man made global warming/ climate change argument is total crap. what’s wrong with more warmth? Well, here in Sonoma County, CA we hate it! Wildfires and the a/c on all the time. Not good for the vineyards. But here we are. Better than snow. We are already in home prison mode for no crime.
    “Tell him so that a child could understand.” Galaxy Quest.
    I’m 68. I hate this world that began on September 11th, 2001. I HATE it!

  24. wolfgang says:

    Dear James, thanks a lot for this piece (and your continuous fantastic work). I do think it is most probable that the global warming scare is bs and the science behind it flawed, and I am absolutely sure that the alarmism is completely idiotic. It is perfectly clear to me that this topic is being used as a vehicle for another agenda to suppress poor and developing countries and force further taxes and restrictions upon the general public, and expand a elitist technocratic dystopia.

    However what I had hoped to see was a little side note or encouragement, that everyone should still evaluate carefully and conscientiously (by their own choice and ethical deliberations) the way they treat the ecosystems around them (which also impacts the choices of consumption and leisure activities).
    Hear me out: I smilingly agree, that it would be a fantastic prospect to have a “weekend choice [of] either a quick hypersonic commercial jet flight to enjoy a bit of sunshine on the other side of the world, or a weekender in an orbital zero gravity amusement park”, as soon as a beneficial technological advancement allows for that, and I’d be ecstatic to see that choice become a reality for everyone to enjoy. However I guess you also agree, that much of our current real economy/industrial production (especially in our globalist world) leads to massive impacts on ecological niches (do you/don’t you?). I think nature is very resilient and adapts its ecological cycles to any disturbance, however possibly at widely ramified expenditures which are ultimately also not beneficial for human society. The transformation of the economy under the “green new deal” or “agenda 2030” or whatever they might call it, will certainly not make this better.
    Invading, destabilizing and ravaging countries for coltan mining to put e-cars in everyone’s driveways certainly is not the solution.

    In my view, the anarchist mindset and a maximization of personal freedom proves to be most worthwile and enjoyable with an ethical and responsible mindset, which also includes such deliberations. But I wholeheartedly agree: we should not strangle ourselves with ascetic restrictions but also remind ourselves regularly to enjoy life some more (especially in the current dire times).

    • Viv Aldistaw says:

      As far as the environment goes, we could fix pretty much all the problems by fast tracking next generation nuclear for our energy generation. Then we could concentrate on stopping dams on wild rivers, protect endangered species, make more national parks etc instead of fixating on extremely questionable computer modelling.

      • wolfgang says:

        I agree, that solving the energy “problem” would be a fantastic step in the right direction, however other factors also play major roles (like using sensible cultivation areas for agricultural products and livestock suitable for the regional conditions, etc.) as to not destroy natural habitats worthy of protection (putting a price tag on those will certainly also not help, although this is what the green new deal tries to force upon us). But this should illustrate that abundant energy alone will (of course) not make up for such aspects. A globalist, monopolizing, price-driven production is certainly inept from an ecological perspective. I think the segment “How bad global warming science hurts the environmental movement” is a good start for a more wholesome view on the topic, which combines environmentally responsible thinking and still not falling for the alarmist hoax of an impending climate doom.

        • Viv Aldistaw says:

          Interesting stuff I’ll check that out. To get you up to speed, one of the main angles that the proponents of Molten Salt Reactors use is that they will be able to produce desalinated water as a sideline of the process. Abundant cheap energy means abundant cheap water. That would solve most of the agricultural problems too

  25. Jonathan says:

    Can anyone find the original source of this very pertinent quotation, please? (I.e. WHO or Tedros, not Tucker Carlson).

    “The World Health Organization says that finding a vaccine is not the goal. Reordering society is the goal. Quote, “We will not, we cannot go back to the way things were.” That’s a direct quote from the leader of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros, who by the way, is not really a doctor.

    Because COVID-19 is not a public health crisis really, or even a mere virus. According to Tedros, COVID-19 is in fact, this may surprise you — COVID-19 is really about global warming. As he puts it, quote: “The COVID-19 pandemic has given new impetus to the need to accelerate efforts to respond to climate change.” I bet you didn’t see that coming. …

    For Dr. Tedros and Bill Gates, pandemic and climate change share a very different connection. Both are useful pretexts for mass social control. Both are essentially unsolvable crises they can harness to bypass democracy and force powerless populations to obey their commands.”

    • Viv Aldistaw says:

      That’s exactly what Corbett is saying.

    • pearl says:

      I found the direct quote and set the video to play at that point:

      Patrick Wood stated back in March: “Global warming alarmists have tried every trick in the book to stampede the world into Sustainable Development. They have knowingly falsified climate data, flooded the world with inaccurate academic reports, held world meetings like the Paris Accord in France, threatened and bullied their critics, created a global youth movement to shame leaders into action, etc. All of these strategies have failed to usher in the UN’s Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, and show little promise of success in the future.

      “What the Sustainable Development crowd needed was to put their non-performing racehorse ‘Global Warming’ out to pasture and find a brand new horse that could finally run and win the race to what the UN calls ‘deep transformation’ of the entire global economic system. The new horse is named ‘COVID-19’. Different horse, same jockey, same race, same finish line.”

  26. Ukdavec says:

    Covid misc.

    The Real Science of Covid

    How Likely is a Second wave?

    The biggest fraud: Part 1 – The hocus “science” behind lockdown

  27. Viv Aldistaw says:

    Well done sir, another top notch wake up call / presentation. I can’t get enough of it when you laughingly talk of those “icky humans” it cracks me up every time.

    You know what? I think the best way to counter this (as you have previously mentioned) is humour. At least then if we go down fighting it will be with a defiant grin on our faces!
    More power to you

  28. HEDGE110 says:

    From Sydney, Australia the view is pretty grim. In our State we have had zero cases in the past few days but more and more people are wearing masks, obsessively applying hand sanitizer and generally embracing their slavery.

    People seem so proud to ‘check in’ at their local cafe using their Covid Safe App that our taxes paid for. Uniqlo and Apple stores require temperature checks before entry. My daughter didn’t like the temperature checking process. I got down on her level and asked her why. She said that she didn’t like that the person checking was making it harder and longer for us to get in the shop. She tells me that she hates covid and wants things to go back to how they were. I have to agree with her but I am not sure if my fellow countryman are willing to fight for liberty and freedom.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks for the update, Hedge110. I, too, agree with your little girl.

    • debra.b says:

      Out of the mouths of babes. Young children are extraordinarily wise. My heart breaks for them all.

      Thanks for sharing Hedge110!

      • HEDGE110 says:

        Thanks HomeRemedySupply and debra.b. My daughter gives me a lot of motivation to prepare for what may lie ahead. I reason with her often about covid and am always impressed by her perspective. Masks have become a kind of fashion at her school and it is amazing to interview her about it and witness her exercising her own sense of logic and judgement.

  29. Dave_Schmalz says:

    Well done.
    I need no wake-up call. I’ve been researching the actions these people have been planning – for years. It is curious though, just how many other people will categorize this as just another ‘conspiracy theory’. As any moderate student of history can attest, some conspiracies are not just ‘theories’ – they are fact. As such – I like to think of myself as a conspiracy ‘analyst’.
    In this case – it is no theory – these people are highly organized, well funded and are marching inexorably towards the goals outlined in this video. The only recourse is to warn others – and to fund the opposition.

  30. Alchemist says:

    I always thought they’d start with climate change to form the global government, then hit us with medical mandates, followed by digital world currency. I’m still surprised that they’re rolling it all out at the same time. We can only hope this high speed train coming at us full speed pushes too hard and falls off the rails.

    • HEDGE110 says:

      I’m also curious about this Alchemist. However, their shinkansen is so stable perhaps due the latest sentient world simulation program they almost certainly must be utilising to fully understand action and reaction to manufacture consent. I listen to mainstream state funded talkback radio in the car and often wonder how long the talking heads will run the lines they are given without openly questioning. The elites rely on the fact that many of us will continue to toe the line as we have bills to pay.

  31. says:

    If you want something that appears to show covid is a test run, the first two annual reports from the Global Pandemic Monitoring Board might fit the bill.

    The first report, A World at Risk, was published in September 2019 and calls for all counties to unite in pandemic preparedness and take part in a global whole-of-society pandemic simulation exercise to be conducted by September of 2020.

    The second report, A World in Disorder, was published September 14th 2020 and it states that the world would have been better off if we did what they said.

    The second report claims that a more damaging pandemic is on the horizon, so we need to implement their plans and conduct world wide simulation exercises with the participation of everyone.

    Here is the link to both reports and brief summaries, in different languages if you prefer something other than english.
    (They are pdf downloads.)

  32. tricky says:

    Here’s a Propaganda Watch contender courtesy of Dr. Ranj on Cbeebies (the BBC’s version for kids). Titled “How do injections help you?”, it explains why kids need the MMR jab.

  33. dots4eyes says:

    Those pesky ellipses. They have a lot to answer for…

  34. SuperBobo says:

    I just re-watched this superb episode and was struck by how relevant it is today in light of the ’15 minute city’ rollouts happening in the U.K…

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