To Hoard or Not to Hoard? Let Gov Decide! - #PropagandaWatch

03/09/202029 Comments

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So are you thinking about making preparations for your future? Are you thinking about making any important decision? Why think when you can just leave it to the authorities? Join James for this week's edition of #PropagandaWatch where we learn how one, authoritative voice of reason is necessary to keep the plebs in line.

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  1. manbearpig says:

    All the world’s a stage and the Finale:


    smiling super Smart golden hive mind where you can’t tell


    real component from its mirror image, all in


    unified voice from what was once


    E Pluribus Unum

    “…you know you’ll never be lonely with You Know Who…


    “…singular sensation and you can forget the rest…”

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      MBP. Oh!
      One = Ocean Network Express. You ever wonder how the pandemic moved around the world . One- Evergreen- Italian- The Hartford and one goes on and on. Look at the dots of One. Since you love a puzzle this One is a dizzy. Nothing but surprise, surprise , surprise.
      I feel like Gomer Pyle. ONE. is the loneliest number you will ever do…

      No doubt I will loose social credit for this misinformation.

      • pearl says:

        I was *this* close to posting that video this morning (it was begging for it!), but shied away. Funny, the news of today has me recalling so many songs from the 60s. Last week, Three Dog Night’s “the show must go” on was one of ’em.

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Pearl! 😜
          You go with those instincts. I got the same buzz with ONE but I was thinking global supply chain and hoarding. Syncrinisity ? Morphogenetic field? Don’t matter we are all in this together. You jump all over it next time if you get *this* close.

    • wylie1 says:

      What did the zen master say to the hot dog vendor?
      I’ll have One with Everything.
      –Nicolas Cage in movie Next.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Technocratic Control…

    “We should have one unified message,”
    said Robyn Gershon, a clinical professor of epidemiology at New York University.
    “When there’s an absence of a good, strong and reassuring official voice, people will get more upset and start doing this magical thinking.”

    Adam, thanks for grabbing this article to help with “The Corbett Report: Open Source Intelligence News”
    NOTE: James archived the article at

  3. taoss says:

    I just came across this article which worries me:

    Valorization definition in finance which seems to be the primary focus of the UN.
    “The attempt to give an arbitrary market value to an asset, commodity, or currency usually through government intervention. For instance, by setting up a fund to buy up surpluses (cf. Exchange Stabilization Fund). See intervention.”

    So I take notice of the statement by the VP of the Belgian Walloon Region, “We know that we cannot continue to use resources as if they were unlimited. We must think about the recycling of materials, the decreasing of our resources use, and we must concretely support the valorisation of materials,” in the circular economy article referenced above.

    It’s no wonder that worldwide consumption has increased drastically. The mainstream media fully supports consumerism. Marketing strategies have brainwashed people of this planet to believe they must have this thing to be happy, they must look this way to be loved or popular, they must weigh this weight to be accepted, on and on. Governments know how marketing works. They use it in their propaganda campaigns to sway people’s beliefs and stampede them into this cause or that cause, to hate this enemy or that boogyman.

    As I see it, the UN cannot change the minds of the people by adding more value to assets. That will only make the necessities of life cost more and create more poor and starving people while those at the top benefit hugely and consume more. This article includes truths that no one can deny but who reads between the lines?

    A circular economy is good for the controllers, not the people.

  4. mkey says:

    Just one more obvious reason to understand why local markets are important. Most of these large stores have stocks for a few days max. A moderate to large disruption in the local shipping lanes and these centers will be empty before the end of the week.

  5. chris.g says:

    Where is the mp3 file? Can’t find it in the posting. Thanks

  6. mkey says:

    Viking’s 1,500-year-old arrowhead that was preserved in ice is discovered after climate change melts Norwegian glacier

    Some would argue that must mean 1500 years ago that area wasn’t under the ice and vikings were hunting therrr… wait a minute!

  7. russ says:

    In June 1994, Bill Clinton issued Executive Order 12919, also known as the “National Defense Industrial Resources Preparedness” which allows the Federal government to seize all food and water resources from the public and private sector. The order describes the confiscation of food resources as “all commodities and products that are capable of being ingested by either human beings or animals…at all stages of processing.” In this order, the confiscation of water resources relates to “all usable water, from all sources, within the jurisdiction of the United States, which can be managed, controlled, and allocated to meet emergency requirements.”

    In March 2012, Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13603, better known as the “National Defense Resources Preparedness” which enables the Federal government to confiscate and re-distribute all potable water, food, and whatever resources are necessary to protect the United States during a state of emergency.

    • wylie1 says:

      …and will they send an officer and a gentleman truck driver to collect said resources?
      I’m guessing they would have to wait until people are shooting each other over food and have a bunch of false flag plants screaming for a govt solution.
      Then they will have the UN bring in foreign military to man their UN tanks and other equipment they have stored around the country.
      They will entice people into their FEMA camps by claiming there is plenty to eat there. When you get there you will be force vaccinated (early death sentence when the next viral wave comes through since some docs say those vaccines make subsequent infection much worse) …and who knows what you really are eating?

      Big corp agribiz will likely be allowed to operate as usual and sell their stuff to the highest overseas bidder while the family farmer will get reamed.

      Not convinced they can pull such things off this go round.
      However, I pity the farmers and ranchers who were unable to hide enough for themselves while the jackboots come a knockin’.

      It would seem wise for the independent food producers of the country or world to meet up and figure out a smooth approach to handling food distribution should the need occur, to prevent the govt method of confiscation… like everything else it does [taxes]and wants to do [guns, wealth, power, life].

      How to deDeclare and declared Emergency?

    • Octium says:

      The solution to that problem is to store food supplies in a secure room with a self locking door to prevent children or other people accidentally getting access.

      Add poison to 1% of the food containers. A bit of research is required to determine what kinds of poison is difficult to taste with each food type.

      Generate cryptographic serial numbers to label each container, such that the correct key will tell you which containers contain poison or not.

      That will stop all kinds of thieves, including ones wearing costumes from stealing your food.

      Well, technically, they can still steal it, however you will get the last laugh!

  8. Any government actually acting in the best interests of its constituents would advocate self sufficiency and disaster preparation efforts.
    Instead we see governments demonizing both.
    They are literally trying to build ultra-dependent, ultra-volatile societies that can be brought to their knees at the flick of a switch, and they’re not even making a noteworthy effort to hide it.

  9. Octium says:

    If advice is based on the truth, then mostly the advice will be similar no mater who comes up with the advice, even if they do not consult each other before hand.

    If advice is based on lies, the kind of advice will vary greatly between one liar and the next. Obviously, if a story is to be consistent you need to centralise the lying.

  10. anijah says:

    Good Strong one official voice…

    Just hours after James Corbett made this post by the way,
    a NYC radio personality pointed out an issue with none other than Brian Williams and his reporting (again) below…

    This laziness here is an example. (It is easy to be lazy when you parrot the news from “experts”)
    What about the producers and editors and the “respected” journalists responsibility to fact check and in this case
    do even simple math.

    (can you say “Two legs good four legs bad….” Animal Farm reference. speaking of which a very interesting video from TruthStream Media that came out two weeks ago in which Aldus Huxley sends a letter to George Orwell talks about this very cradle to grave dependency

    • mkey says:

      That first video is a good example of pervasive stupidity, talking heads (especially those naturally wired for stupid) included. However, that video shows quite a lot more than the obvious.

      Like the fact they have 71k views on that video for a total of 4M+ subscribers. Maybe it’s not that strong of a message, but certainly something MSM wouldn’t want Joe Sixpack to hear, much less apprehend.

      Secondly, (while I’m not the one to play the race card, I pretty much don’t give a single iota of care to sex, race, nation and the likes) I can imagine if a white show host had made a reciprocal comment on black folks there would be people up in arms and that video would be trending, if for no other reason, but to crucify said imaginary white show host.

      Racism puts as all down and is never justified.

  11. anijah says:

    You are correct that racism puts us all down. And to your point about a hypothetical situation with a white radio host making the same observation, racism is very manufactured
    to keep the proletariat at each others throats rather than looking forward at what the oligarchs are putting in place in us(manufactured foods or viruses and “cures”) and around us.

    My intent was to point out the truth of what James Corbett was explaining about having once voice and
    not fact checking and lazy learning happening in the real word in real time only hours after he pointed out

    Not only that the radio host in that same video admitted to his lack of a high level of education but yet still
    a was able to point out the silliness that took place with professionals that are meant to do the business
    of responsibly disseminating information to a whole country and that did it miserably.

    And this NYC radio host is not necessarily part of the truther, pepper or even journalist community
    He’s an uneducated entertainer and even he can point out the disservice that took place

    I say this because we can increase awareness on to other communities out side forums like this when talking
    about propaganda and long term agendas that Huxley talked about in Brave New World.
    We don’t talk about the producers and editors and copy writers enough to get this conversation going rolling
    around the minds of the general public.

    Thank you very much for being patient with me.

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