While You Weren't Looking the Globalists Just Passed A MAJOR Trade Deal

05/06/201725 Comments

You remember the SPP, don't you? The attempt to create a North American Union by harmonizing the border controls, environmental and business regulations, and security forces of Canada, the US and Mexico?

Of course you do, because sites like The Corbett Report caught wind of it, publicized its secret meetings, and organized widespread resistance to the plot (exposing police provocateuring in the process).

Remember SOPA, PIPA, ACTA and CISPA, the attempts by globalist corporations and totalitarian control freaks to crack down on the free and open internet under cover of copyright policing?

Of course you do, because sites like The Corbett Report warned you about them and the masses organized to derail them at the last second.

Remember the TPP, the attempt to create a free trade agreement for the Asia-Pacific that would have enriched the globalist corporate elite at the expense of everyone else?

Of course you do, because sites like The Corbett Report sounded the alarm in the early days of the agreement and explained the finished deal in plain English when it finally emerged from the swamp, whipping up a populist backlash that ended the deal.

Remember the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement? You know, the all-encompassing agreement between the WTO's 164 members (97% of global GDP) that has been hailed as "the most significant multilateral trade deal concluded since the establishment of the World Trade Organisation?" The one that implements a globalists' wet dream of harmonizing export and import processes and trade infrastructure among the majority of the world's population?

No? Doesn't ring a bell? Hmmm...I wonder why that is?

Find out more about this major global(ist) trade agreement and what it really means in this week's subscriber newsletter, along with this month's subscriber-only video where I play 20 Questions with Sibel Edmonds to get to know what makes the most dynamic woman in the alt media tick.

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  1. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Hello James,

    That’s a very nice segment… I have enjoyed it and i think the idea is brilliant. If you are able to secure an interesting character that effects alt media every month with the same question, i would watch that 🙂 .

    I also think Sibel should put this interview on Newsbud and certainly the kick starter site, as i think it will get more people signed up to Newsbud. it shows Sibel as warm human and not just the angry side that we see sometimes on her posts 🙂 .

    • herrqlys says:

      You explained that well, VOA.

      A softer, more interesting Sibel. I came away with a clearer idea of what motivates her, and directs her impressive level of energy.

      As always, I’m impressed with the appropriately nuanced vocabulary used by both Sibel and James. It flows from them without hesitation, so it’s not an affectation, just an indicator of a sophisticated mindset, imo.

      • Sonex says:

        Sibel impresses me. I read her first book, Classified Woman, about 7 or 8 years ago. It’s interesting how she encountered a bad situation, and has tried to correct things. In so doing, many of us have benefited. I look forward to hearing her future insights.

  2. Pablo de Boer says:

    Lab-Grown Meat Coming to Supermarket Shelves Soon?

    Technocrats invent because they can, not because there is any moral target in view. Ingesting any tampered or man-made food or drug should be thoroughly tested in a controlled population before releasing to the public. The medical industry has the worst track record of suppressing testing data and skipping testing altogether if it can get away with it. This company’s founder and CEO is a medical doctor. ⁃ TN Editor


  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I enjoy these “personal level” interviews. (Sibel, James P, Broc)
    Actually, they also contain a therapeutic value for everyone.
    Like stimulating the taste buds with saliva flowing, it stimulates reflective thought with us in the audience.

  4. scpat says:

    The second Recommended Reading link, “Monsanto Accused of Hiring Troll Army to Silence Online Dissent” is incorrect. The correct link is:


  5. sjb says:

    how or where do I find the last few subscriber videos there seems to be nowhere in the menu. Some months I don’t have internet so miss a lot. Thanks

  6. nosoapradio says:

    So just as the BIS regulates banking rules for its worldwide members

    and the various climate conferences create global rules for dealing with climate change

    and Obamacare suavely forces the poorest into owning insurance they can’t afford

    The TFA bullies the world into respecting global regulations

    that squelch localized trade initiatives
    while promoting cashless transactions


    The eugenistic sifting of the world’s population continues…


    and the Roman republic marches on…under the UN flag

    • nosoapradio says:

      Jeepers! I’d forgotten that if you include just a single link you’re automatically relegated to the infamous moderation gueue!

      But if this dynamic helps keep Mr Corbett’s house in order and free of spam it’s a very small price to pay…

      • herrqlys says:

        It’s been my observation, for what it’s worth, that posts made while Japan sleeps are automatically put into moderation.

        When James is bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, posts usually upload almost immediately.

        • nosoapradio says:

          You’re not helping me cultivate my paranoia here!

          Thanks for the observation 😉

          (plus, my silly post is already up!)

    • Corbett says:

      Haha. Where would I be without my readers to double-check my links?

      Thanks for the heads up. The error has been corrected.

  7. sam.p says:

    I just read about the Origninal Thirteenth Amendment, ratified March 9, 1819. Under this ‘no titles of nobility,etc.- would this negate such agreements?

  8. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Corbett’s humor always slides in with his articles. Great writing style. For example: “special-issued globalist decoder ring” when explaining OBOR.

  9. Pablo de Boer says:

    Despite Syria, Israel-Russia relations are the warmest in history, writes Seth J. Frantzman, an Israeli commentator on Middle East politics, in an article for the Jerusalem Post. And Fake anti-NWO Vladi Putin does also gas businesses with Trukey. The three countries share common interests: stabilizing Syria and developing eastern Mediterranean natural gas infrastructure.

    Red Tsar Putin said last this about his Zionist comrade Bibi:
    «I am very pleased to see that we have such close and trusting contact. We meet regularly in person, are regularly in contact by telephone, and work together at the ministry and agency level»


    It looks like Russia is the fake enemy of Turkey and Israel in Syria, because on global level they are business buddies ….

  10. Pablo de Boer says:

    Even on atomic level Russia and the USA are not nuking each other, because they are doing business as usual

    24 May 2016

    Global Nuclear Fuel Americas (GNF-A) and Russian nuclear fuel company TVEL have agreed to work together to introduce Russian-designed pressurized water reactor fuel into the USA.

    The companies have announced a strategic alliance to introduce lead use assemblies (LUAs) of TVEL’s TVS-K fuel design in the USA and to seek licensing approval from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission to supply the fuel in reload quantities.



    And the русский / Ruskies are even entering the European Market for supply Nuclear Fuel




  11. Pablo de Boer says:

    The French New AREVA and its Chinese partner China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) signed today, 21 February 2017, in Beijing, in the presence of the Prime Minister of People’s Republic of China, Mr. Li Keqiang, and the Prime Minister of the French Republic, Mr. Bernard Cazeneuve, a framework agreement for an industrial & commercial cooperation.

    Fruit of the long-standing cooperation between AREVA and CNNC this agreement covers the nuclear fuel cycle activities. It supports the on-going industrial negotiations between New AREVA and CNNC (Chinese commercial reprocessing-recycling plant project in particular) and opens up new industrial and commercial opportunities for both sides.

    This agreement is a key step in the deepening of the civil nuclear energy cooperation between France and China, and aligns with the expectations set by the two governments in their Joint Statement on Civil Nuclear Energy Cooperation of June 30, 2015.

    Meanwhile the capital of New AREVA remains open for an investment of CNNC within the same framework as the agreements currently being finalized with two investors.



  12. mkey says:

    I can’t believe you managed to get her to answer 20 questions in under 30 minutes. With the additional 4 points, that’s incredible. Initially I thought it was going to be a 40 episodes series.

  13. Ragnar says:

    Grrrrr! I wish I lived close to a boarder so I could cross, buy goods and smuggle them back. Just to make a statement, a petty act of defiance. I’ve shipped goods internationally and it’s a major pain in the ass! All their rules, codes and crap makes things harder, not easier. I’m sure it’s making other people money as well. Middle managers and functionaries.

  14. Ziinon says:

    Do the parenting discussions, as I’m sure it would take more than one. Great idea. I’m struggling with raising two with a third on the way. Struggling with what my children will have to be faced with daily. Also, like Sibel, I’m the odd one and outspoken and say what comes to mind and that is another struggle our children have to endure in this world that is becoming “safe zones” and don’t offend anyone, don’t defend yourself.

    Thanks for that interview. I admire Sibel, look up to her and its been refreshing insight into her personally.

  15. nosoapradio says:

    Founding an orphanage…

    Having been an activist since age 5, and thanks to her father, perhaps Sibel has been able to stay connected with and constantly stoke that instinctively powerful sense of what is fair and moral and good that inhabits most, if not all, young children (despite obsessive ant smooshing)…and that slowly dies as we ‘integrate’ society…

    Many, if not most of us have NOT been accompanied in actively fighting for lofty principles since our youth when we felt it the most strongly – and thus this need to defend what is Right has perhaps, like a muscle, atrophied in the majority of us.

    Perhaps most of us have not experienced the harrowing sensation of profound and public disapproval when voicing our dearest convictions – being disinherited by family, friends, strangers who, instinctively paralyzed by the fear of social rejection, aren’t the least bit interested in trying to understand – all this from a very young age…?

    Mass severence from the joy spring that inherently strives to smother evil…

    or perhaps intelligence and compassion rarely accompany the crusader…?

    Anyhow gotta run… Sibel’s a moving and inspiring creature…

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