Winning! (Contest)

08/10/201539 Comments

There are no shortage of doom and gloom stories to keep us preoccupied in this world run amok...but maybe that's the point. We can become so focused on the negative that we forget to take time to acknowledge, celebrate and emulate positive stories and developments. In the spirit of The Corbett Report's focus on solutions and empowerment, today James takes a look at some positive news stories and trends and invites viewers to contribute their own ideas. The best contribution in the comment section below (as judged by James) will receive a free Corbett Report DVD of their choosing, so let the positivity flow!

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  1. sampiano1948 says:

    “And now, O men who have condemned me, I would fain prophesy to you; for I am about to die, and that is the hour in which men are gifted with prophetic power. And I prophesy to you who are my my murderers, that immediately after my death punishment far heavier than you have inflicted on me will surely await you. Me you have killed because you wanted to escape the accuser, and not give an account of your lives. But that will not be as you suppose: far otherwise. For I say that there will be more accusers of you than there are now; accusers whom hitherto I have restrained: and as they are younger they will be more severe with you, and you will be more offended at them. For if you think that by killing men you can avoid the accuser censuring your lives, you are mistaken; that is not a way of escape which is either possible or honorable; the easiest and noblest way is not to be crushing others, but to be improving yourselves. This is the prophecy which I utter before my departure, to the judges who have condemned me.”
    Socrates, The Apology – To the Powers Who Shouldn’t Be

  2. garrett says:

    Chelation therapy is now gaining a greater footing in the U.S. amidst continuous attempts to discredit it and shut it down by those who “run the show” (into the ground).

    I attended a series of presentations by a group of doctors on Chelation Therapy. One of the doctors was a part of the team who obtained the funding from an organisation in the US for a large scale study of Chelation Therapy.
    Here is a little back story that I found very good news. The man who signed the grant for 30+ million, later, at a dinner party told the doctor who received the grant that he only signed it to prove once and for all that it (Chelation Therapy) does not work.
    The study was blind for around 7 years, so no one knew the results, and when it was finally unblinded results showed very statistically significant benefits of chelation therapy.
    And as an added bit….in the middle of the study the doctors preforming the chelation were attacked by another group as doing something “wrong” and also trying to smear discredit them. As it turns out the researchers were having trouble filling the last bit of the quota of patients (in the thousands) and so the attack actually backfired because the logistics of the attack reduced the number of participants required thus relieving a major road block for the study and its later publication

    So, in both cases the attempts to stop progress failed and now chelation therapy is more readily available and helping more people.

    James, if you need more information I can supply material to you offline.
    Thank you,

  3. Beau Boeye says:

    I have three videos to throw at you and they’re all based around restructuring communities:

    How We Can Eat Our Landscapes

    “What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of unused land into communal vegetable gardens, and to change the narrative of food in their community.”

    Local Communities Dismantling Corporate Rule, part 1,2,3

    “Community Rights educator Paul Cienfuegos explains how “We The People” are exercising the authority to govern ourselves and dismantle corporate rule. When small farmers in rural Pennsylvania wanted to say “no” to a corporate factory farm coming into their community, they learned they couldn’t, because it would violate the corporation’s “rights” and state pre-emption laws. So they did something technically illegal – their town passed an innovative ordinance banning corporate factory farming. It worked! The corporation left town. Pittsburgh up-shifted the approach: Rather than define what we don’t want, define what we DO want. Their “Right to Water” stopped natural gas fracking in the city. Ordinances like this have been passed in over 150 communities in 9 states.”

    Local Currency — Money for Us, Not the Bankers

    “Fourth Corner Exchange co-founder Francis Ayley says the current debt-based global money system is an unsustainable Ponzi-scheme that will crash. By contrast, local currencies are unlimited, based on whatever members want to exchange. He and director Lia Ayley share the nuts and bolts for new members starting to exchange, how values are set, and exchanges involving both Life Dollars and US dollars. The biggest challenge, they say, is changing our mindset from the scarcity built into the existing monetary system to one based on relationships, cooperation and plenty.”

    • Beau Boeye says:

      I wanted to sum up the message I was trying to get across with these three videos:

      As the average person develops a better understanding of how these technologies work, i.e. the Internet and its incredible ability to spread thoughts, ideas, and communication; this becomes a powerful liberation for the individual — that is, if one understands the true power that’s just a click away. We, those individuals who do distinguish and take advantage of this apparatus, are winning and leading this fight. When more people start networking for the betterment of society, rather than clicking away at cat and dog videos (don’t get me wrong, there’s a time and place for that), we’ll start to see a shift in positive dialog. Yes, I understand that’s a simplification of the situation, but at the same time this shift is already occurring. Look at how popular the TED platform has become for sharing ideas; look at the rise of online media outlets and think groups; look at the tiny house movement that re-popularized in the late 2000s and how the power of the internet spread this idea like wildfire across the globe – there are even TV shows about this movement now. People are starting to understand there’s something going on; yes, many are still apathetic of the situation, but there are growing numbers of individuals who are rising up and raising their voices. The first video I included I find most important; I am slightly biased because I am a gardener myself, but that’s because food is a crucial aspect around the building of community and culture; I believe our societies need to restructure these aspects. Secondly, I included the idea that people are taking back their local governments and creating laws which positively impact their neighborhoods by sweeping out the interests of money hungry corporate bodies looking to leech. Lastly, the idea that communities are finding ways to breakaway from the chains of usury dollars. Which, this is a topic that you have covered quite a few times; not to mention your most recent video is about this.

      In closing, to successful win this game you need not only to spread good ideas, but to make action upon these good ideas.

  4. dr.thrumpkinz says:

    Until just recently I would have said that learning Micheal Rockefeller may have been cannibalized by New Guinea tribesmen was the most positive and heartwarming thing that came to mind. However, I have now become aware of the probable falsehood of this story. This, coupled with the fact that David Rockefeller just saw fit to celebrate his 100th birthday by awarding himself with yet another heart that is better paired to a waste bin or a fire over his “Ho” of a chest cavity, changed my mind. Those two seem to cancel each other out.
    “Stateless” A term I hadn’t even heard before. And even though I was unable attend, you sideways introducing me to the Anarchapulco symposium had quite an impact on my forward thinking. The chains of research I could follow you and your friends through was supremely beneficial to me. Not to say that I hadn’t already inadvertently lived my 35 years according to these fantastic principles in a state of perpetual disregard of all rules and norms, making a complete mockery of any and all systems that come prancing around trying to be my tisk-tisking Daddy. It’s just comforting for me to imagine a guy like Larken Rose out there somewhere sharpening arrows.

  5. info9 says:

    Hi, good news for the environment ! Scotland is to issue a formal ban on GM crops. Here’s the link
    Lets hope this trend continues throughout the EU and indeed the rest of the world.

  6. turley2u says:

    Could you please define what you mean by the term “winning”?

    If progress is being made, progress to what end?

    • shiranaihito says:

      My first thought for what “Winning” would refer to, is getting people to see that they should not have rulers.

      In a broader sense, you could say it’s about getting people to adopt de-centralization-oriented views and practices.

      For example, home gardening instead of buying (potentially toxic-crap-laden) food from big corporations, lower-level decision-making (e.g. town vs state vs government), and community-level activities and “solutions”.

      Of course, actually Winning happens when some “critical mass” threshold of people waking up has been crossed, after which it becomes impossible for our rulers to prevent mankind from freeing itself.

  7. Drazen says:

    My positive development may seem odd but I would say that the spying programs by the NSA and other establishment agencies and corporations are a positive thing.


    Because it allows them to watch a Goliath awaken. This Goliath will wash away the control system that they have been meticulously putting into place over hundreds if not thousands of years and they know it.
    So I say, bring on the spying.
    Bring it on so they can listen to the footsteps that approach them getting louder as they cower under their bed sheets waiting for the inevitable.

    Also, something else I wrote,

    The site is for a crowd funded online video game called Star Citizen which is a space based simulation set about 900 years into the future. It has a form of government base on the one that existed toward the end of the Roman Empire.

    The developers allowed contributors to create their own organizations and to come up with a back story. So the one I created echoes an “Anarchistic” perspective toward the prevailing authority.

    The “History” and “Manifesto” sections are there to create context but the part I am most happy with is the “Charter” section.

  8. themoiseys says:

    Well my positive might seem like a negative at first because it involves SB277 in California, the forced vaccination bill that was passed eliminating all religious and philosophical exemptions for vaccines for all school children public and private.
    There are a lot of people who really only have been concerned about their children being able to attend school and so they have joined with others to fight the bill. So many people have been looking into a lot of things they wouldn’t otherwise have looked into.
    What I have seen on the facebook pages is downright encouraging. The number of people, not just parents, who are seeing this bill for what it is is amazing. The number of people who showed up to voice their dissent was inspiring. The fact that the legislators completely ignored their voices, spread lies and went entirely against what the public wanted IS WAKING PEOPLE UP.
    Seeing that the number of people who disagreed with it didn’t matter was big. Learning about the ties to big pharma that the authors have is big. what they are learning from each other is phenomenal.
    Just the little bit that I see on facebook groups of people sharing information, of people becoming more and more aware of the hold that the pharmaceutical companies have on our society and our lawmakers, of people sharing information about eugenics, and then on to agenda 21 and chemtrails and the corporatocracy. It really is a silver lining that I am happy to see in all of this.
    It is an example of the PTSB pushing a little too hard and the people seeing their agenda and it opening up a whole new bunch of people to the truth. I will let you know how they respond when I share your video on rockefeller medicine 😉

  9. hoppers says:

    My little sister who phones me weekly from the U.K. used to think I was a batshit conspiracy theorist, and mocked me appropriately. (She still loved me enough to phone me weekly, even though she thought I was more than a bit out there )

    Now on a weekly basis she says “You were right all along”, as more and more unfolds in the U.K.

    Even the hardest cases are coming over to our point of view. (It didn’t get more hardcore denialist than her.}


    • turley2u says:

      What exactly is “our point of view “?

      • hoppers says:

        Gosh, where to start.

        Things that I’d imagine most Corbett report members may have a problem with.

        1/ Government is our friend.
        2/ GMO’s are really great
        3/ 9/11 was a crime committed by 19 box cutter wielding Muslims
        4/ The ‘War on Terror’ is essential to protect our freedom
        5/ As is NSA spying.
        6/ The Mainstream Media is totally free and honest and would never lie to us
        7/ Thank goodness for Central Bankers
        8/ Iraq was full of weapons of mass destruction
        9/ The TPP is going to be just fantastic for all of us
        10/ Global Corporations have our best interests at heart

        I could be here all day.

        I suspect that is a general, at least loose point of view amongst members here.

        • turley2u says:

          Thank you for offering a list if things you imagine may be a common “point of view.”
          Perhaps your list could be expressed as a statement concerning knowledge that is true versus popular errors.
          I think it would be helpful if it could be stated precisely what it is that makes something positive news or a trend that illustrates winning.

  10. Sao Jorge says:

    I’d like to squeeze in two positive things, one short-term, one long term. Short term is an article from the bbc today concerning Scotland’s decision to ban GMO’s

    Long-term hypothesis….Carroll Quigley was Bill Clinton’s mentor, and judging by Clinton’s public acknowledgement of Quigley, he continued to be. Quigley calls for an end to war/manipulation/tyranny etc and a move towards compassion and love etc. Despite Clinton’s highly questionable record and everything about his wife, could it be that Clinton somehow managed to temporarily slow down the power elite’s NWO movement? could that breathing space have given more people a chance to wake up….?

    Cross fingers!

  11. sambiohazard says:

    In a reversal of role Indian Government told Indian Supreme Court while answering a petition to ban all pornography that it can’t be totalitarian in its approach to censoring & let people decide what they do for entertainment in their houses. I think this is a positive sign. Here is the link to the article.

    Want to ban child pornography: Government to SC

    Contribution from a fresh member


    Sam 🙂

  12. danielspink says:

    Hi James

    Maybe I have made some of the “right” friends lately on facebook but there certainly seems to be a groundswell of groups and individuals posting comments that would have been considered pure lunacy by most people a few years back. Every day I am seeing more posts from friends who tend to post regularly and are now confident to post articles about the Illuminati, 9/11 or other such topics without fear of being ridiculed. Admittedly they are not getting as many likes as a cute puppy would, but it is certainly a stride in the right direction.
    I am currently living abroad in Malaysia and of my circle of fellow work colleagues, 2 are very open to discussing Corbett Report-esque matters. In fact one of my friends who isn’t so open messaged me to ask about “Skull and bones” as the Malay teacher she was friends with was also interested in similar matters. So from the microccosm of my world there certainly seems to be an opening up to alternative views. Two other friends who visited me last week, had a lot to say about the MERS incident in Korea (as they are teaching there) and had no faith in the official line of events presented by the Korean government and media.

    I had recommended them to watch “Utopia” , a cynical look at a Government engineering a Pandemic in the UK. Beautifully filmed, and cleverly written the only let down with this show is that it didn’t go to a third season.

    I think Utopia is a good starting point for friends who wouldn’t normally show an interest in opposing the official line, surely a positive thing.

  13. minnie says:

    OK, this goes against the grain of not voting or participating in democracy… but I think it’s a hugely important step forward.

    In 2011 a group of people in the UK town of Frome, who all held different political ideas, joined together to form a “political” party called Independents for Frome, to fight the local council elections. They achieved an outright majority on Frome Town Council and have been in power ever since.

    You can read more about them on their website and in this Guardian article:

    Read about the kind of things Frome Town Council is doing here:

    Find out more about “Flatpack Democracy” at this event in Frome in September:

    By the way I have no links with Independents for Frome – I heard about all this from a friend. But I think it’s wornderful and I would love to participate in making it happen in my home town.

  14. mammique says:

    What about the anti-establishment “quenelle” gesture that spread all around lately? And how it was then portrayed as a Nazi salute by the MSM desperately trying to demonize and stop the phenomenon.

  15. dfx says:

    So funny I had to watch a video from a Canadian living in Japan to find out what’s going on in my own area. I live in Sonoma County (home of the Bohemian Grove and Project Censored) and have been reading about and working against the fluoridation issue for years. Distracted by other issues lately, I was tickled and relieved to discover here that our fight against toxin amendment in our water has been won, at least for the time being. Have I thanked you lately for the work you do, James? You are a gem…

  16. Sonex says:

    Surprisingly, you’ve made little mention of Donald Trump other than talking about his announcement to run for president in front of a rent-a-crowd.

    I must admit that Trump has made this presidential race the most amusing I have ever witnessed. He is obviously NOT the choice of the hidden establishment (ie. Bush and Clinton are). If he manages to remain popular until election, he has a good chance of winning the White House. Isn’t this topic about winning? Now, the anti-establishment folks (myself included) see light at the end of a tunnel.

    I look forward to your future podcasts analyzing his moves.

    • SirGalahad says:

      I think it’s good news in the sense that people get to express their utter contempt for Washington but voting for Trump, and that someone at last appears to be anti-immigration.

      However, he’s a pal of the Clintons, who went to his wedding, and worse still – he’s a friend of Netanyahu. So he’s controlled opposition at best.

      Paul Joseph Watson summed it up best

  17. randallsnyderjr says:

    Defunding the Financial Industrial Complex by legally eliminating one source of its revenue is a noble agenda. I am beginning to see more promise in the growing numbers of people who have become aware that there is a legal way out of the US Income “Tax-Club”. I have done this myself and would be happy to share my experience with others. The process has been perfected outside the jurisdiction of the US in Paris, France where Adele Weiss and Associates can help those interested in executing their legal rights to “revoke their election” and become legal non-filers and non-payers of federal income tax.

    This means to the end makes sense to me since it works from within the current tax code which makes it possible for everyone to participate.

    Here are a couple of links for those who wish to become better informed of how they can help in the effort to save the world from the greed of the money makers.

    Do you wish to exit the U.S. Tax Club?
    Revocation of Election: Key to Exit U.S. Tax Club

  18. VoltaicDude says:

    I thought this was great news – Binney joins 911 Truth:
    William Binney Joins AE911Truth in Calling for Real 9/11 Investigation

    But it’s one of your interviews James! – does that count for this contest?

    How about this one:
    James Brolin Plugs Top 9/11 Truth Web Site on The View

    Wow – mainstream!
    Thought that was promising when I saw it, but never actually visited the site at the time.
    Now it seems it’s not quite online anymore?
    Anybody know what happened to it?
    Maybe the Democrats took it offline?

    Gee, I’m not very good at this, am I? – Sorry.

    But now that I’ve heard all the good news on your post I definitely feel re-energized! – Thanks!

    …Hey, does this last one count?

  19. Egres says:

    My personal positive development:

    Confronted with all the information on this website and others, I thought to myself: What can I do to change things around? What can I do in my personal life to contribute to whatever it is we are trying to achieve?

    First: I am sharing the info with others. But, I have noticed that my friends aren’t so pleased to hear all of this. At (for instance) birthdayparty’s, all the info about the NWO and 9/11 will be met with scpeticism and disregard. My popularity sunk accordingly :-). Alomst none of my dear friends will even check things out for themselves. Probably because they have busy lives etc..

    Second: I am buying local as much as I can. There are a few things to improve here though.

    Third: I switched banks. Now I am with a much smaller and more durable bank. At least, I hope so. They invest in local projects, like biofarming.

    Last: And this is probably the most important positive change in my life: I have a vegetable garden. Two of them. Some 400 m2 of my own personal garden of Eden, with a little greenhouse on it, all kinds of vegatables and fruits. The potatoes are ready for consumption now. I had five chickens, but two of them were eaten by a fox so I gave the others away (for their own security). With this garden (I have invested a lot of time in building up all what is there now) I am trying to grow as much food as I can to feed my family. This year the harvest is pretty nice, but next year our harvest will be awesome!

    Come to think of it, there is work to do there so I will stop now and continue gardening, as I still have vacation.

    Thank you James for all the hard work you put into the open source media and thank you Corbett Report members for joining the debate and support. With all of us, things can and will change for the good.


    • Beau Boeye says:

      I’m totally on board with your points.

      1.) I too have had difficulty spreading the message; “Hey, you should check this out sometime”… that tends to fall through. The two best solutions I have come up with are: A.) sneak podcasts on whenever you’re the driver for roadtrips, downtime at hotels, when your cooking for your friends… gotta’ sneak on that info to get them thinking. B.) College parties around midnight and later start to get political; help facilitate the conversation.

      2.) I totally agree that’s the way to go, but I also slip up on this too. I’m guilty by using Amazon as much as I do.

      3.) That’s a great and simple idea that tends to be overlooked; thankfully I bank with a smaller bank, but I’ll have to remember this idea for others.

      4.) YES! 100% support. Great job Egres! Happy harvesting!

  20. Jelloir says:

    Hi James,

    My entry is S.E.R.P.S – Switched Energy Resonance Power Supply

    2 brilliant electrical engineers Jim Murray and Paul Babcock have been working on a device called “SERPS”. This was the result of a fortuitous meeting a couple of years ago when Jim and Paul met at a conference and discovered they were working on almost identical devices. Paul had mastered the switching that Jim was seeking for his machine so they put their skills together.

    At a recent Energy Science Conference Paul gave a presentation that included information about a petrol generator supplying 1000W of power essentially for free thanks to the SERPS. For any of the Free Energy, Over unity sceptics out there reading this you can relax because Paul is very clear that it does NOT break any principals of Electrical Engineering or Physics but uses newly discovered methods to defeat “natures governors” as Paul calls them such as Lenz law and recycling power to achieve these results. Jim is working on the maths to back this up.

    Given the right direction The SERPS will revolutionise electrical energy usage and in doing so disrupt the monopoly that the Energy cartels have over humanity, so long as they are not suppressed like so many others in the past such as Gabriel Kron, Joseph Newman for instance.

    The full presentations by these inventors can be found at the following links and frankly they offer the best information about the technology. I realise linking to a sight to pay for the videos may be a bit awkward. I did consider buying them for you James and may still if you are interested, just so you can appreciate what it’s all about.

    There is no information on mainstream media and very little on alt media but the freely available videos below offer some insight into the work Paul and Jim are doing. Internet search on these inventors will provide more information.

    Page that has some relevant information:


    James R

    • Beau Boeye says:

      I say any new information and forward steps regarding energy technologies is another notch in our belt.

      Thanks for the information Jalloir!

  21. punchy1 says:

    I’m a relative newbie to these “topics” at approximately 1.5 years, so I hope I’m not jumping the gun with my optimism. Though I hold great hope with the endeavours of Field McConnell and his Abel Danger network. Perhaps we will soon begin to see to fruits of their efforts, perhaps masked in the mainstream though.

    ¡ Ojalá !

  22. EYEisBloke says:

    This sort of question will depend on your own personal window on the world so speaking as someone living in the UK I’m going to second hoppers observation about more and more people waking up.

    If I had to point to one specific event recently it would be last week’s media revelations about various ongoing police investigations into former Prime Minister Ted Heath.

    In 2012 the ‘powers that shouldn’t be’ managed to completely shut down coverage of the pedophiles in parliament story for a time but slowly and surely, evidence keeps slipping into the public domain which makes the list handed to David Cameron on daytime tv seem increasingly credible to joe&jane public.

    Heath’s name has been common currency on the internet for years and I suspect it’s only surfacing now so that it can be officially dismissed as rumormongering. All the various official investigations will be whitewashed as usual ( but increasingly people are beginning to catch on that it suits the elite to dismiss certain things as ‘conspiracy theory’ and are abandoning old media.

    I was completely disgusted that the media I grew up to trust let them off the hook in 2012. This eventually led me to the Corbett report and although social circles / media can be a bit of an echo chamber I’m increasingly finding that more and more people are accepting narratives that they would have dismissed as completely cuckoo until fairly recently.

    BTW Excellent idea James, you should make this a regular feature at the end of #QFC to help remind everyone why doing what you do is so worthwhile in the long run.


    P.s. also second the good news GMO story from Scotland

  23. turley2u says:

    I offer for the contest an article titled “Disinformation in Decline” by a Corbett Report member and just published in a small circulation (9,300) suburban newspaper near Washington, DC (the logic free zone).

  24. caddy says:

    Winning better insurance….

    A non profit insurance company that will cover your excess for animal damage in Sweden for next to nothing.

  25. Corbett says:

    Thank you to each and every one of you for submitting your ideas for this contest. I really do appreciate all of your participation and am grateful for all of the positive information that has been shared here.

    Congratulations to users info9, Sao Jorge and EYEisBloke, who co-won the contest for submitting the Scottish GMO ban story. You can check out the video I made from their submission here:

  26. Al Saleh says:

    Why Syria is Winning: Advancing towards a Strategic Victory that will transform the Middle East?

    by Dr. Tim Anderson

    “The economic hardships, including regular blackouts, are now worse but have not broken the Syrian people’s will to resist. The government ensures basic foods are affordable and maintains education, health, sports, cultural and other services.”

  27. BennyB says:

    I haven’t had the chance to read what others have said here, but I wanted to throw in my two cents while I think of it.

    With respects to GMOs, I’m quite pleased to see that many companies are choosing to highlight the fact that their products are non-GMO without having to prompted to do so by law. I’ve seen this trend in numerous instances where I would least expect it. For example, Cheerios, as was mentioned on a past episode of NWNW. While in some ways it could be looked at as disappointing that laws to require companies to list whether or not they use GMOs on their packaging failed to materialize, I’m more encouraged to see that companies are choosing to list this information on their own because they recognize that there’s a market incentive to do so. This ties into the larger picture that the issue of GMOs has reached the public consciousness to the extent where, despite various propaganda campaigns to convince people that GMOs are “safe” for consumers and, to a lesser extent (awareness wise), GMOs are touted as a superior agricultural product for producers, this is an issue where people are able to see, at least on a basic level, that experiments in these frankenfoods are of the variety that we ought not to be okay with. This consciousness, as mentioned, has paved the way to a point where companies recognize that they have a marketing incentive to highlight the fact that they’re non-GMO. In many cases of this labelling, probably such as the case is with Cheerios, this isn’t the result of a change in their ingredients, but the fact that they’re listing this is another example which further promotes the idea of non-GMO products being desirable among the consciousness of the general public.

    In a similar respect, you could say that this relates to the decline of the success of McDonald’s for example, as a heightened awareness among the general public of an understanding that these sorts of toxic “foods” are worth avoiding, if at the very least in favor of moderately better alternatives.

    These are major victories in my opinion.

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