What Is the New World Order? - Questions For Corbett #019

12/31/201430 Comments

Every month James dips into the mailbag to answer questions from subscribers, Twitter followers, listeners and interested bystanders. This month he tackles questions on Gary Webb's "suicide," mandatory voting in Australia, tax truth, the New World Order, Gladio B, Greenspan the Goldbug, and much more.

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  1. kris weston says:

    hey. thanks for answering my question, and well done for correctly pinpointing my implication. and also, succinctly describing it! im also pretty chuffed im now famous and on a corbett video. i will show all my friends immediately 😀 ‘cartoonish’ is a perfect description of exactly what i was railing against. the definition of the NWO you present here is a rational and feasible one (and some of it provable as you say) – i guess what i should have added to that is what i encounter on the internet as the publics perception of the NWO, which seems to be a vastly different definition to yours.

    1) the idea that it is a – as you say – one dictator overload type affair which is simplifying matters far too much.

    2) the thing that keeps coming up – population control, and in fact this is the one i have a problem with. ive lost count of the people that cuss others on youtube etc for being ‘sheep’ and ‘blind’ and that they will die in the big cull thats coming. the proof they present for this seems to be things like georgia guidestones, fema camps with loads of ready made coffins in, coupla kissinger comments etc. id quite like to know where this started from.

    ok its weird there are fema campes with lots of coffins in but this doesnt prove there is going to be a cull on purpose by this dictator overload that enslaves the world. this is a common perception i see around and i also agree that yes we should take the data in for ourselves and work out our own ideas – but this is precisely what i dont see from these people i talk of. they assume *everything is the dark illuminati jesuit luciferian roman cult lizard NWO blah, and to me that the same as completely discounting it as conspiracy theory (argh i hate that) i guess what they are thinking is that, these overlords will run the world into the ground till it collapses and then oh look weve found the great solution to all this which is world government etc.

    im aware various public figures talk of population control and eugenics, but i dont see anyone promoting the idea of purposefully killing off millions of people. i always say to my mates im for eugenics as long as its me on the board of directors culling stupid people. thats sort of a joke, only ideally, i would like all the stupid people to drop dead in the next few minutes, but never mind.

    talking of stupid, im embarrassed to say it, but i didnt know wells wrote that book, and i certainly didnt imagine it wouldnt be a work of fiction when i first saw it come up on the screen there. wow. will check it out !

    this site *is a great insight into how you have developed and changed your thinking (referring to mind renewed podcast now) – ive been checking it out for about 4 years now listening to a lot, i guess you could say im a fan. eurgh, what a horrid idea. i have fans of me, i find it disgusting. heheh.

    anyway dont waste yer time following this up, i just wanted to provide some more clarity on what i meant. i was going to say you should bear this in mind when you are propagating these ideas, but then you are already intrinsically fighting against this simplification. there is one more guy though ive encountered on my travels a few years ago im curious as to whether you have bumped into and thats Frank o Collins – ucadia. now there is some freaky ass sheet. i wonder what you reckon to all that, hes quite a character. son of a jesuit priest apparently. anyway have a great new year and may you continue to go onward and upward.

    • candideschmyles says:

      My analysis of the structure of the NWO puts it in a reference where it is plain that it is anything but new. Indeed I believe it to be almost a duplication of the Imperial Roman system. The only factor missing from a direct correlation is the apparent absence of an emperor. Whether there is one or not I have not the evidence to speculate. Though some might cough the name Rothschild.
      There is a Senate, think Council on Foreign Relations and Bilderbergers. There is citizenry, those with enough cash to lobby the senate. And of course there are billions of wage slaves like you and I. Our alleged freedoms being really no more than the delegation of costly and time consuming administration onto our workload.
      Like the senate of Imperial Rome there are rival factions and dynamic ascendencies and culls within that play out over decadal and longer timeframes. But on the whole the common purpose is strong.
      I do suspect that the kind of arcane rituals that attendees of the likes of Bohemian Grove are alleged to participate in do take place. But the organisers are not occultists, indeed they are all as atheistic as I am, and the purpose is solely to demonstrate legal impunity and create fear and loyalty by various means on the direct servants of the senate. Of course this is hard to prove.
      So in my view there is nothing new about the NWO.

      • kris weston says:

        how do you know the organisers are not occultists? do you know them personally ? i think the problem i have with it is that we have this entity *THE nwo, but it isnt like that really. what am i seeing in what sir corbett is saying is a disparate bunch of rich greedy and misguided people who think that globalisation is the way forward. read way to them getting more cash and power. its more of an ideology than a group. so can we stop referring to it as a group now!? 🙂

        the problem is over simplifying the whole thing, and then presenting your opinion as fact. not you per se, but most of the entire internet that bleats on about this stuff, that lets face it, they havent got the foggiest idea about. theyve watched a coupla youtube vids, seen a coupla quotes and thats all they need as proof! this issue is divisive , quite negative for our community and allows outsiders to point at us and say ‘lunatics’

        what is wrong with having one world ? nothing. the idea of countries and different languages is silly considering the planet is so small. its the government bit on the end i object to. im totally for getting rid of countries.

        i would prefer people say ‘the globalists’ when talking of this bunch, because the NWO is too ridiculously loaded at this point i think. i saw a message on youtube somewhere yesterday, saying if you add up these last three planes (crashes) numbers they come to 8888. now go look up ‘CONOP 8888’ on google.


        oh did i laugh. this is akin to a lot of stuff i hear bleated about the NWO, the luciferian stuff, the roman cult, jesuit blah etcetcetcetcetc. it really doesnt matter if these people are occultists or not, because satan, demons and magic spells dont exist so they are unlikely to effect me! anyway enough of me, have a great new year everyone!! lets make this one to fight back in whatever way we can. the politico-financial complex must be destroyed along with the disgusting propaganda machine. ok. so get on it! 😀

      • candideschmyles says:

        I do not think it a cult because I think that they are rationalists. Dark hearted rationalists but rationalists none the less.
        My comparison to Imperial Rome is an analogy and if I have ever read about some Roman Cult in regard to this it certainly not my intention to propagate it.

      • kris weston says:

        hey schymles 😉 i just dont think of the idea as one group with a united purpose. the globalists are not all the same are they. you have different factions and individuals with different motives.

        oh that romsn cult stuff i heard off frank o collins, but i dont believe a word 🙂 its interesting tho about these hidden papal bulls written on the skin of human children, but guess we aint going to find out if its true unless we all break into the vatican.

    • kris weston says:

      gosh. long have i heard of the supposed correlation between child abuse and the most powerful people in the world, with many people hinting the british royal family are involved on the internet. as with most things, i take with a grain of salt. but, just as we are talking about population control and powerful people – THIS turns up!


      so this guy epstein


      financier of:

      Epstein currently sits on the Mind, Brain and Behavior Advisory Committee at Harvard University, and is actively involved in the Santa Fe Institute, the Theoretical Biology Initiative at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, and the Quantum Gravity Program at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a former member of the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, the New York Academy of Science and a former board member of Rockefeller University.[22]

      oh and a convicted sex offender.


  2. hoppers says:

    I was brought up on Tales of the Riverbank, not the new thing, the Original Johnny Morris one http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0401070/

    Guaranteed to enchant your 2 year old. Also in uber grainy black and white to add to the ahhh factor.

    My Mum let us watch limited telly, but wouldn’t let us read Enid Blyton books, because she said they were rubbish.

    Naturally for years all I wanted to do was read one, and eventually that’s exactly what I did.

    My Mum was right!

    • kris weston says:

      haha johhny morris! i used to watch him n all! i was allowed to read enid as a child and your mum is still right.

      DISNEY: look up subliminal message in disney films, with many lewd things inserted for a few frames. there are balanced versions of this on the web, and then you have your illuminati satan blah youtube videos that will tell you this is a concerted effort to spread evil throughout the world. the priest with a hard on is perhaps the most shocking one.

  3. fixitguy says:

    Again excellent work James, on the topic of alternatives to TV for kids. I’ve raised my daughter by myself since she was 5 and the day ex moved out was the day I signed my child up in any activity she wanted to try, my daughter now plays AA girls hockey, OYSL soccer and Tier 1 girls fast pitch, she works out regularly at gym and run 5 & 10 km runs (places regularly in top 10 now). She has a brown/black belt in Karate, figure skated till grade 7 (switched to hockey) and did competitive gymnastics till grade 8 (hockey and soccer conflicted to much and had to choose). I can tell you the idiot box in our house has rarely been used and the life lessons, friends learning to work as a team , etc from participation in sports is worth every penny I have put into (yes my clothes are often from value village and my hobbies are on hold for last ten years, so be it). I have always let her choose the activity she wants to be involved in, she chooses the sports but I do not care what she chooses, has long as she picks something. She has gone to music lesson, drawing/art classes, tried acting camps all of which she enjoyed but in the end liked sports the best. I have attended every practice, game or event she been too, always had a policy to be involved in the activity in anyway possible (be it coach, manager, board of directors, general helper etc etc etc). I’ve made sure she helps with the work of what ever we do where she can (ie when I was on board for her fast pitch association as equipment director she help in every aspect of the team sizing nights, uniform ordering & distrubution). She signed up to volunteer at local hospital last summer always attend full credit summer school courses in high school. I can go on for sometime about what I did to keep that idiot box off but you can get the picture from the above. So I will summarize it all with few choosen statements I’ve repeated to her all her life

    1- pick activities to be involved in because your not sitting around house bored
    2- shopping malls are only places you go when you need something, they are not hangout places and you will not hanging out at them
    3- I don’t care what you pick, but I put a solid effort getting you there so I expect a solid effort at them and what ever you start you finish, ie no quitting halpf way through the year
    4- I don’t care what level you play at has long has your not the weakest player on the team and not the strongest. If you are in top 3 for strongest you need to move up, if you are bottom 3 you need to move down. It’s not about level its about challenging yourself and improving!

  4. phonicphotonic says:

    Also to speak to the Australian Voting Question one could also take the fines to court and either a: plead guilty to the FACTS of which they cannot hear as the court can only hear “charges” then take control of your strawmans’ Trust account (MUST BE 100% ACCURATE IN PROCEDURE) or b: Say at pleading “I have been advised to Not recognise this level of Juris (Which is Stature/Legislative) and waive all benefits to it”. Which as far I as I’m learning is an active pathway within Cannon Law still accessible to all, that allows the Magistrate to essentially automatically access the strawman account and benefit a fee. But at the end of the day it is about keeping all parties in HONOUR.
    PS Gotta love Open Source Learning.

  5. jeanette.nlindh says:

    Hi James!

    You asked for suggestions of appropriate films for children, and I just have to tip you about our wonderful Astrid Lindgren. You can read about her beloved books and movies on the English Wikipedia.

    Eng: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrid_Lindgren
    Swe: http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrid_Lindgren

    Thank you for all the work you put in to The Corbett Report, The Global research and all other media channels in which you participate.

    I wish you all the best for the coming year!

    Jeanette from Sweden

  6. candideschmyles says:

    This was a very busy video and like good science every questions answer threw up a plethora of new questions. The one I would ask is this:
    I have seen little stock made of the timing of the resignation of perennial bogey man and former Saudi Intelligence chief Bandar Bush bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz and the implementation of this new media hype and classification of ISIS as a territorial caliphate. Given his long history as the man running the Islamic side of the theatre production “War on Terror” he is not under near the kind of scrutiny I would expect.
    ISIS of course provides all the cover required to syphon off Iraq’s oil and facilitate the oil price crash designed to hurt Putin where he feels it. It does appear to be a second front, Ukraine being the first, to counter Putin’s successful defence of Russian bases in both Crimea and Syria. Any predictions on how this will play out?

  7. blog.bracke says:

    On the question of not voting or spoiling your vote (maybe by drawing a funny cartoon)

    I don’t know how the voting system works in Australia, but in Belgium giving a bad vote is worthless. Since those votes are taken out of the voting pool, all parties just get a higher percentage than they would have had if some party just gained all the ‘protest’ votes.

    Several years back there was just such a party, called ‘No’ who advocated that people who wanted to give a protest vote (not for a phoney alternative, but just a no) would vote for them, whereupon nobody of them would sit in parliament and you would have empty chairs.

    It was an interesting idea, but the party never acquired enough votes to gain a seat. Well…to empty a seat might be a better way to phrase that.

    If somebody knows how the voting system works in Australia on this particular aspect, I’d be interested to learn how it works over there.

  8. macburns says:

    The NWO or “Global Governance” is a plan and and a goal, by whom is trickier to answer but we can be sure of one thing and that is that those leading and coordinating it have no care or concern for humanity or the planet and any other kind of life on it except their own. Could we call them evil? Absolutely.
    As for what to watch on the screen with your child, I wouldn’t be too concerned about it because his parents are his best teachers, you are already highly selective and you will teach him to consume and view critically. My kids grew up on a lot of Disney movies-Jungle Book was one of our all time favorites. I can pick apart the references now, though! My children are fine young adults despite what they were exposed to.
    Here’s a good example of why it is a good idea to keep kids away from contemporary programming; you could argue that there is a geo-engineered sky in this image from Arthur (another program loved by all in my home!)

    I think the Wallace and Gromit claymation series are great and recommend them.
    And as Jeannett said above, Pippi Longstocking (the older version)was also a big hit here.
    Mr. Bean for the whole family and when your son gets older.
    or Charlie Chaplin with the fabulous music to accompany it!
    I would definitely go with older more artistic entertainment!

    • candideschmyles says:

      “No care or concern for humanity”, I have wondered about this many times. The so called occult rituals of Bohemian Grove are apparently centred on the abdication of care from the psyche. That to have a career amongst the top movers and shakers of the NWO you have to demonstrate a knowing willfullness in feeling no concern or pity for the masses. What I wonder is if they see this as a temporary necessity to bring about global governance for the good of us all, with an implied long term altruism, or just plain old garden variety fascism.
      Looking back over the past 150yrs it is hard to credit the dynasties usually associated with NWO membership with much success if their aim really is global governance. Maintaining more or less the status quo of global chaos seems a far more plausible assessment of their method.

      • kris weston says:

        i think you have a very good point there, the only way i can imagine all the vastly different countries of the world capitulating to some global force is through a massive catastrophe. these dynasties – theyre not in a club, some of the individuals within them are globalists. semantic / pedantic point perhaps.

        actually. what am i talking about. some of them are in clubs. just none of them are called the NWO.

      • A good point Kris. I think the confusion that has become somewhat enmeshed in the psyche of people(for no good reason) is the idea of the “NWO” as some physical entity or global state institution, rather than what it should be seen for – an idea, a concept, a philosophy, an outlook which is the object of desire (sort of like the ring of power from the Lord of the Rings) of those who will to wield that power. This type of nuance may be a bit more difficult to discern or give thought to. I’m sure many of us have at some point found it easy to succumb to the more lazy interpretation.

        If looked upon from that perspective, then it perfectly explains how all the various types of global oligarchs and oligarchies can for the first time in human history, salivate over the potential for control of the world at their fingertips, and if they can just reach for it. This is part of the reason for the spread of the corporate banking finance world order on the one hand, the the global surveillance grid on the other by various governments – to erode borders, boundaries, cultures and individuals into this blob of sameness from which a new society will be molded. Though biding their time, they have engaged in the most insidious form of psychological warfare, of the long view, of quietly, subtly and patiently building the global control grid brick by prick through global institutions such as the IMF, World Bank, the Financial Stability Board, the WTO, the G20, the BIS, the G8, BRICS bank, etc.

      • kris weston says:

        very nicely articulated lulz. your algorithm is correct in my view 🙂 ‘blob of sameness’ 🙂 is quite similar to a phrase i use for our ‘culture of nothing’ – god i sound like im from north korea.


        anyone else seen this, hilarious. its actually a fake by new zealand director slavko martinov. absolutely brilliant.

      • If the NWO isn’t a unified group, but more of an ideology or goal, isn’t it also possible that it’s just a natural tendency of political systems in general? I’m trying to get at the “root cause” of the NWO. For example, if the globalist ideology per se did not exist, would there still be a tendency to “global governance” just due to the benefits for the parties involved?

        If so, then advocating national sovereignty or local government rings a bit hollow, since the root issue is political systems as such. After all, globalization of voluntary society, such as us commenting on this blog from many countries, is not a bad thing at all. So maybe a better rhetoric is to oppose coercive institutions (government being #1), not globalization per se.

        • Corbett says:

          A very important point, Apollo Slater. As a “Canadian” of “British” descent living in “Japan” with my “Japanese” wife and half-“Japanese” son, arbitrary lines on a map denoting the limits of a particular gang’s territory have little meaning to me. The natural state of humanity is global freedom, which is what we should really be seeking moreso than falling into the false nation-state/global government dichotomy.

  9. macburns says:

    James, speaking of children’s programming, would you consider discussing “Babe” for an upcoming FLNWO? I watched this and loved it many years ago and saw it as a great lesson in kindness and respect…but now I see it as carrying a much darker kind of “inside joke” about how to control the masses. I am sure you and your colleagues could be very articulate in your analysis of this film.

  10. Smokeyspam2000 says:

    Hi James,
    Congratulations on another excellent episode of questions for Corbett.
    I am not a parent. But I am a conscious professional musician (or rather a professional musician with a conscience). I have played with Adele, Beck, Johnny Cash and Tom Waits to name a few. But I also spent a few years working on a wonderful American children’s cartoon program for Nickelodeon called THE BACKYARDIGANS. A show in which the 5 characters meet in their common backyard to go on magical musical adventures. Every episode has a different theme and a different musical genre. We would record a few songs per episode which were then choreographed and performed by real dancers who were then used as the basis for the animated characters dance numbers. This was some of the best work I have been involved in as a side man. I got to play with some of my musical heroes on this show. All the musicians played together in real time (a rarity these days).
    And the kids who watch this program are exposed to a wide variety of musical styles and some great choreography. The story lines often involve typical kids fantasies but do not stress violence, consumerism, anti parent or harmful self image messages the way so many Disney shows do. The plot lines are mostly riffs on classic films and comedies so it can be quite entertaining for adults as well. There are episodes about a samurai pie baker, Canadian mounties on patrol in the snow, a swamp creature ….etc., all with killer music. And I think it is perfectly appropriate viewing for any 5 to 7 year old.
    Good Luck with the whole issue of electronic media and your child. I am sure you will learn a lot from this experience.
    -Smokey Hormel

  11. maxwell says:

    Hi James, excellent QFC. My brother, who has a 15 month old, and I were just talking about how we’d love to see you make an episode on raising children.

    Keep up the good work 🙂

  12. stevekelly911 says:

    Great piece James, you’re getting some really great questions.

    In regards to the caller who was querying CIA funding, and why the Fed doesn’t simply print up a bunch of digits for them to spend on black-ops, the obvious reason is that money which funded a specific black-ops project can never be declassified or brought up in Congress by a nosy ‘do-gooder’ (a non-damned person) if it never happened in the overt banking sector. Also, any fiat units appropriated for CIA use have to go through the Budget Process and cannot be created direct by the Fed, unless a cartel of member TBTF banks created it and loaned it to the CIA on the side to be paid back somehow of course; even the CIA pays its usury bill :P. However there is one probably even more important reason that most people overlook.

    The CIA hold control over the governments of other countries, by using the organized crime sectors within these countries, and these groups’ own penetration into governments (ie, South America) when their help is required for foreign policy or economic leverage purposes. The #1 and core product of organized crime is drugs and illegal guns plain and simple; it is their bread and butter. It is simply ‘good policy’ for the CIA to cut-in organized crime in these countries by acting as the ‘market’ (ie, cocaine) for the ‘drug farmer’ (ie, Contras), because it keeps these very powerful and extremely useful sociopathic types in the ‘asset-sphere’ of the shadow government in the US. You need sociopathic organized criminals to do the real dirty work (assassinations, threat mongering, kidnap etc…) and these contacts would simply not exist if the CIA didn’t have a business relationship with these people.

    We should not underestimate the amount of power that is wielded over developing countries using these shadowy groups, who hold a larger percentage of the real power in these countries due to the more openly corrupt atmosphere where corruption in many more cases is not even pursued by the ‘law’, let alone covered up. In the West we are now BECOMING WHAT WE EAT so to speak, in that our own level of outright open corruption has now reached emulation mode.

    On another note, the following article has some interesting information on an occult side to the MH-17 crash, and the reason the number 17 was used repeatedly in this staged event. The PAPD dog called Sirius that died on 9-11 was BADGE#17, and this is important because Sirius is linked to the Tarot Trump#17 called ‘The Star’ used in systems such as Crowleyan Thelema (which was used on 9-11. The most important number in Thelema is 93; the number for the USA’s largest ritual grove built in Shanksville which is EXACTLY 6,666 miles from Mt Arafat in Mecca, and on a great circle with Mecca and Rome – Tiber estuary, where the Isis Temple in Rome was built; no coincidence what-so-ever).

    Info on Shanksville can be found on pgs10-12 of the following PDF.

  13. BennyB says:

    Hi James,

    I think nature/wildlife videos and programs are a great option. Your son will likely gravitate towards certain types of animals, which will help give you a sense of what to explore further. Just a thought.

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for the suggestion, BennyB. He’s already honed in on and learned to identify cheetahs, koalas and elephants in his picture books.

      • BennyB says:

        Nice! While I think of it, this is a great resource: http://www.arkive.org/

        It’s a really nice nature/wildlife database with pictures and video clips for tons of different species. Probably a bit more for future reference, but it’s a really good one and it’s of the no-nonsense (i.e: “watch what happens when!”) variety, which is a major plus.

  14. Ramer says:

    Thank you for addressing the Gary Webb issue. I really appreciate your non-knee-jerk, non-defensive response. I did not know the family had expressed an opinion already, which makes the son’s recent statements less relevant. I think your term “suicided” is one of your many great contributions have little doubt it applies here. At the very least, given the patterns that have emerged, who could fault us for being suspicious?

    And this leads to my next question, which is why do you think some people are suicided and some are not? For example, the children in the Franklin Scandal were just discredited and I think the state sentator from Nebraska is still alive. But the DC Madame’s killing is hard to defend with a strait face. Maybe with the pedophile rings there are just too many people they’d have to kill? That might explain Epstein. But what about the Economic Hitman? He says that he is protected because killing him would be too incriminating. Yet Webb put his story out and he wasn’t protected?

    I know there are unique facts for each case but I wonder if you see any trends and how the foretells fate of the Epstien victims.

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