Your Guide to a World on Fire

11/17/201975 Comments

I don't know if you've noticed, but the world is on fire right now. From protests and riots to bloodshed and coups d'état, it seems that every corner of the globe is being rocked by an explosion of unrest . . . and no, I'm not talking about the Great Popeyes Chicken Freakouts of 2019.

So, in case you're looking to get up to speed, here's your handy-dandy guide to what's happening around the world today. (In alphabetical order, no less!)

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  1. CQ says:

    Big blessings to you and your baby boy, Broc. And welcome to this wacky world, son!

    Broc, may you delight in fatherhood as much as we delight in your videos.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A hearty “hear, hear!” and congratulations to the West tribe.
      This first month or so with a newborn, sleep for the parents will be at a premium.

      I wonder what brand of beer the new son will be drinking.

    • redrose says:

      Congrats on baby!
      Broc, I so enjoy your contribution to The Corbett Report!

  2. Tobias Fünke says:

    I am very curious about the Wexit movement in Canada. Is this a real grassroots movement created by frustrated Albertans, or are there larger influences at work and what would their motivation be?

  3. manbearpig says:

    Well, I’m not particularly wise or perspicacious but in my experience, dogs rarely produce cats, (as they say here in frogland).

    Which means the world has just been graced with another very thoughtful, funny, resourceful, observant, curious, discreet, talented and dedicated human being which for sure is reason for rejoicing and celebration!
    So many, many thanks for all you do Mr. Broc, for the Corbett Report and make the most of every single minute with your new masterpiece and co-author! Time flies…
    And a great big manbearpig hug to all three of ya sent gratefully and speedily your way from this little comments box!

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Corbett has the very relevant video, “The Real Issues Behind The Cash Ban” (Australia) in his “Recommended Viewing” section.
    One of several simple potential solutions is offered around the 21 minute mark (let your voice be heard to TPTSNB – quantity of voices counts).

    The trend of cash banning is alarming. The real agendas are clear.


    What do you do if you have huge sums of cash from the legal cannabis industry?

    This is a fascinating interview! RATED $$$$$
    October 2019
    Urban Farmer Curtis Stone
    “How Early LEGAL growers dealt with all the excess CASH!”

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I am so glad James Corbett wrote this November 17, 2019 newsletter “Your Guide to a World on Fire”, (and included the good news in his “Subscriber Exclusive Video”).
    The article helped to fill in the blanks about the nebulous concepts I had regarding the protests around the globe. For me, it was a long read. Some of the many referenced links were very interesting.

    And his ending words, make me look forward to further insights…
    QUOTE: “…And, if there is something deeper going on here, then that leaves only one question: Where next? Stay tuned . . .”

    Some phrases, innuendos and cuts of Corbett’s writing style caught my ears…
    ~~ “wet hot garbage” and also “Make no mistake: This is what a coup d’état looks like.” – smell it in Bolivia
    ~~ “Yeah, it’s better to go with the MSM on this one. It’s probably a bunch of high school students upset about a 30 peso Metro fare hike.” – hot Chile
    ~~ “you can bet your bottom dollar” – Iraq
    ~~ “So there you go. You can take that to the bank.” – Hong Kong

    I’m gonna get some learnin’ from just looking up my words on these articles.

    “putsch” DEFINITION – “a violent attempt to overthrow a government.”
    (See last sentence under Bolivia)
    –In its native Swiss German, putsch originally meant “knock” or “thrust,” but these days both German and English speakers use it to refer to the kind of government overthrow also known as a coup d’état. Putsch debuted in English shortly before the tumultuous Kapp Putsch of 1920, in which Wolfgang Kapp and his right-wing supporters attempted to overthrow the German Weimar government. Putsch attempts were common in Weimar Germany, so the word appeared often in the stories of the English journalists who described the insurrections. Adolf Hitler himself even attempted a putsch (known as the Beer Hall Putsch), but he ultimately gained control of the German government via other means.

    I had to re-lookup
    “feckless” DEFINITION – “lacking initiative or strength of character; irresponsible.”
    (Iraq – “it has since mutated into a wider protest against the corrupt and feckless government of Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi.”)

  6. n4x5 says:

    Congratulations to Broc on the new addition to his family.

    The longer I live, the more convinced I am of the importance of family and community, all the more important as the world around us burns. This was released recently.
    Myth of the 20th Century: The Amish – Living Plain
    I think the results speak for themselves: large intact families, high reported levels of happiness, overwhelmingly successful businesses, and an almost complete retention of the young people, even after they are exposed to the temptations of the outside world and given the choice to leave. This isn’t to say that these people are perfect, nor can we realistically emulate their lifestyle completely, but there is plenty here that we can incorporate into our lives which would go a long way toward dispelling our current malaise.

    I found the technology aspect particularly intriguing, as discussed in the linked Quartz article and its linked IEEE report.
    The Amish understand a life-changing truth about technology the rest of us don’t
    Amish Technology: Reinforcing Values, Building Community
    The luddite lifestyle is not the product of blind stubbornness or ignorance but rather functions as a very practical, deliberate way to protect their identity. They seem to be especially concerned with the effects of the media, which they quite accurately regard as a vector of cultural degradation.

  7. manbearpig says:

    Just wanted to say the provocative if somewhat schematic “Do We ever really Get Out of Anarchy” article linked here-above actually gave pause for a moment to the minds around me full of mass-produced convictions.

    Also, heartily enjoyed the ever-satisfyingly sarcastic, informative and therapeutic Tony Heller Climate News link.

    Corbett-filled Sundays “catching up” really are most edifying.

  8. pearl says:

    Ah, new baby bliss! So many tender, precious and clueless moments lay just ahead (like bath time!). I’m so happy for you, Mr. and Mrs. West. Congratulations!

  9. cooly says:


    Congratulations and best wishes to your family. While you are away we will just have to endure substandard Corbett videos (Oh, the horror!)

    I raise my first beer of the day in your general direction, sir.


  10. ClintTorrez says:

    Congratulations and blessings to the West family!!!

    Add Iran to the list as the central branch of Meli Bank in Behnhaban was torched and the internet was out for a period of time.
    Although most articles(limited) attach culpability to increasing fuel prices, the usual NGO suspects are operating while the goverment & banks react to maintain control of capital & economy as sanctions increase pressure on Iranian society.
    Here’s a Haaretz article just gor general context –
    TLAV Ryan –
    Thank you, James, Broc and Corbett Report community!

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Just so folks know, on Broc’s Twitter there are some cool stories, Epstein Memes and Epstein stories (like the BBC “10 blinks in 10 seconds” interview with Prince Andrew).

    Broc West’s Twitter

  12. Mishelle says:

    Congratulations to Broc and Fam! And good one James, inspires new post in me, great way to spread the wealth of logic!

  13. Mal says:

    Congrats, Broc and Family…. part of a great team!

  14. Libertydan says:

    James has put out a lot of really good stuff over the years. I just found myself pulling up a 2013 Video he did in order to find how Hitler was related to the Rothschild’s. It was very informative and James promised to do more on the subject, yet I have yet to find it. In any case, the videos have improved since then, and I credit Broc for that.
    Please send my Congratulations to Broc for having a happy and Healthy new born. With all the Toxins being deliberately put into our Food , Water and Air, it is a real blessing to receive a healthy little one, eh!

  15. Libertydan says:

    Relating to double head lines “World on fire” along with “Broc celebrating his first born child”.
    This reminds me of the song “It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine”.
    Yep, as long as I get enough Sunlight and keep my Vitim D up “I feel fine”, and I can find the energy to expose many of the scams being played upon us. Without Sunlight things get depressing and people get dumbed down. It just so happens that every Sunny day I see Streaks of Clouds across the sky which are the result of Geoengineering. Yep, the government has approved the blocking out of the Sun in the name of “Climate Change”. It seems that they want to make sure that we get less Sun even though 90-95% of Americans are Vitim D deficient, and they know that this causes Depression. But Hey, they have FDA approved drugs (with 6 pages of side effects) for that, that they can sell to bring people into a reality of their own (or perhaps turn them into the next MK-Ultra victim)

  16. weilunion says:

    “The audio specifically names US senators Ted Cruz, Bob Menendez and Marco Rubio as being on board with this agenda.”

    Yes, the same gusanos/neo-cons/neoliberals that created Guaido and his paramilitary/narco forces are now doing what they do best in Bolivia — violent seizure of power by local oligarchs in service to the US and then, shock doctrine.

    As to Chile: The ghost of Pinochet never left the country and wages, benefits, access to a healthy life, jobs, education, etc. are all now under the neo-liberal chopping block. Same all over Latin America; Chile is perhaps best organized.

    All over the world there is a rising up against fascism which is the political crisis expression of global neo-liberalism.

    From Abe to Bolsonaro, Trump to Macron, people are rising up and the fascist agenda is in play.

  17. Broc West says:

    Hey everybody,

    Let me just say massive thank you very much to everyone for their well wishes about my son, my wife & myself. I am genuinely touched by everyones kind words & it really means a lot to our new little family. So thank you again.

    Our little boy is already one week old & already we simply cannot imagine our lives without him. Becoming a parent truly is the greatest gift, responsibility & experience one can go through. I am happy to report that Mum & baby are very happy & very healthy. Which is all a new father can ask for.

    At the same time, I’m very much looking forward to getting back to work this week doing what I do best, making videos for The Corbett Report 🙂

    Much love, thank you again.

  18. alexandre says:

    Congratulations, Monsieur Broc, Le Grand Éditeur! Corbett’s videos would be nothing without you. Nothing! Rien! (Just kidding James).

    Now, be brave! I was almost a father once and I was petrified. Maybe I’m just a big jessie, but in case you’re scared too, be brave! We’re all here for you. What’s his name?

    Now to the On Fire article.

  19. macro says:

    What about the Palestinians still protesting not to be genocided by Israel?

  20. alexandre says:

    Corbett, maybe moved by Broc’s news, suggests that maybe “the Old World Order of neoliberal globalism under Pax Americana is finally coming apart at the seams”. Very optimistic, but I don’t think so (of course I don’t, I’m an old Latin American. If the sun shines on Saturday, it rains on Sunday). Whatever old order is coming apart it’s to put all the globe in a big problem (fire), causing the reaction (something must be done) and so on, so the simultaneous fires only suggest that the “solution” is maybe near. The … final … solution? (pam…pam…paaaammm…. organ chords).

  21. illbnice2u2 says:

    Congratulations Broc and Mommy on your new addition. Keep him safe and let no one inject anything into him so he can grow up happy and healthy!

  22. web99 says:

    Congrats to Brock & Family….

  23. parzival says:

    Speaking of on fire, the planet is literally burning in places like California and Australia: Agenda 21: Bush fires force rethink about how we live

    The Deliberate Burning of Australia

    Wildfires serve geoengineering agenda

  24. ejp says:

    well, you know reading this brings up a startling conclusion.

    I agree this world wide social/populist (left,right,center!) in
    so many countries does seem to suggest a pent up anger at
    the negative effect of elite GLOBALIZATION on “ordinary” people—
    you know the 80% of every country-middleclass, working class & underclass.
    So based on the truistic wisdom of “The Enemy of my Enemy is
    my fried” doesn’t that mean old school Nationalist America Firster Donald J. Trump is at least a useful FRENEMY, and not the MSM Joker Cartoon Idiot?

  25. generalbottlewasher says:

    Congratulations Mr and Mrs West! ” Say my name ” Welcome ‘Junior’ to the never ending story. You are in good hands and already have many friends you have yet to meet.

  26. NES says:

    Excellent article, James.

    BIG CONGRATS to you Broc on the birth of your child. We’ll see you around when your reordered life settles in a bit. Good thoughts and wishes include hope of sleep.

    The article? I’ve been thinking the very same thing, as are many who keep up with world events. What is happening that the world stage has erupted into a body-populist protest? There are certainly many good reasons to have this happen. However, it rarely does. Something beyond the norm is going on here. What is it?

    Maybe broadened information acquisition by the people has brought on that undefinable energy transfer we all know exists but can’t properly describe. You know, energy that is passed from one human to another full of waking knowledge across a world? When I was younger my grandmother told me if I had a great idea I should not say it out loud or tell anyone because when you do you unknowingly transfer the information out into the world. It becomes alive, energetic and mobile. A person on the other side of the globe may pick-up on your idea and make it their project. This was before the Net, of course. Now we have the Net and grandma’s energetic exchange happening at once. Big deal.

    I learned a new word in your article–putsch. Didn’t know that one. Thanks!

    • mkey says:

      I read/listened to a book in which a wise man was quoted as saying: don’t worry about someone stealing your original idea. If it’s truly original, you’ll have to ram it down their throats.

  27. mkey says:

    I’m in a bit of a bind here. About one year ago, while I was out of work and had extra time on hand, I joined a local organization that supposedly wants to fight corruption (something aking to fighting air; or, even more prescient, CO2) but they never contacted me to volunteer on anything. Until recently, that is.

    Their struggle didn’t bare much fruit since the system is setup to legalise state crime. So they figured they’ll try from within. The guy that started this organization is a judge who has for the past few years been dropping some high yield truth bombs, however wrapped up in standard statist celophane.

    The past week I have been invited to help out collecting signatures on the following Sunday for his presidential candidature. A goal which, I’m sure, will be met easily.

    Here’s the bind. From one angle, I did pledge my time for *some* action and therefore I feel obliged to help out. Time investment is not an issue.

    On the other hand, as far as statism goes, this guy obviously hits all the bells. He even goes so far to say that people should simply elect the right people and that’s it. Like swinging a magic wand and whispering a spell from your lips. You need not worry about anything, just cast your vote in the right direction and be prepared to be bamboozled. Granted, many people in the crowd are quite … ill-educated, to use a mellow term, if one overcomplicates, they’ll surely doze off.

    On the third and final hand, this guy is as anti establishment as one could hope to get on this level of notoriety. He advocates personal responsibility, talks about gutting the public sector finances (something that’s really easily doable with a few strokes of the pen, provided there’s political will) and amending the constitution. There’s even talk about “giving” workers.their gross salary, something that’s completely outrageous and noone in the media space would ever mention.

    He’s running the campaign on private funds and seems he’s ready to rely on word of mouth to get his message across, since the main stream media is giving him a shit sandwitch every time he’s mentioned. Of course, when he decided to rely mostly on social media, “reporters” started attacking him for evading the media and whatnot.

    The current situation is so dire over here that I’m thinking voting for this statist wanna be dictator is the less bad option. And I really do think he has a decent chance to win since people here seem to be hard coded for, hopefully benevolent, dictators. That’s the shared wet dream for past several decades. Besides, worst case scenario, if he turns out to be a liar, nothing really changes.

    I am reminded of that “lock her up” chant, however.

    • alexandre says:

      Just to say something, I’d stay away from anything political (mainstream) at this point because there’s a psychology that runs underneath, always unseen, that makes things not go in any intended direction. Specially these digital era. I saw that clearly in a micro level when I started a business once with 4 friends and it’s evident how the psychology went. Nothing of what was discussed in meetings was done, and the anarchic model we wanted was only on the surface. Actually it was a hierarchy, which was what we wanted to get away from in our former job. The “best” guy slowly and naturally moved to the leader position and the other 4 became the followers, but on the surface everyone was equal. So the mouth says one thing and the heart does another – and the mind lies to itself. In a big context this is much worse and it all ends up in popular religiosity, people screaming and fighting as if defending their children. I would go anarco-something and try to help people close, friends, neighbors etc, anything or anyone within your physical range and forget about any type of government or organisations. Your story reminded me of Bolsonaro here in Brazil. A dictator wannabe that half the people defend because “at least” this or that (the other half just hates him), but as you stated, the system is built up in such a way that’s impossible to change anything, and being “government”, it’s corrupt by default. Governments can’t be anything else. They will say whatever you want, but they’ll never deliver – and religiosity will make people believe that he’s delivering it, but he’s not. So my suggestion – use your time to see where you can actually help, personally, if you’re so inclined. If collecting signatures for presidential campaigns is what they call “help”, then just get out of the organization.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Mkey ! Sharpen your sword on both edges . It cuts both ways. Can you get in and out unscathed ? Show the world what you can do. Stock will rise even if the client is a douche bag. Reinvent the wheel! Can you survive the success to the point where your talents become your own? You are showing a altruistic side here. Human interdevelopmental skills need constant exercise use it or lose it. This sounds just like an exercise. You Can hack the statist system and have fun doing it!.? Or what ever you do in the doing. You can find out new and exciting things and share them with us. What an oppertunity!

      • mkey says:

        alexandre, I get what you’re saying. We are hard coded for various hierarchical organisations even though much of our activity is purely anarchic. What I’m mostly aiming for here is getting some experience, like general is saying a good exercise. Maybe I’ll manage to spark some independent thoughts in people.

        I do still hold that voting is immoral and a sham.

        • alexandre says:

          That’s fine. A much more productive path than what I say. And I say it because I’m in a place where there’s no hope anymore. You’d only waste time and get confused. But over there still there are still signs of life, so yeah – send the live coal, as we say here.

          • mkey says:

            Oh, have no qualms about that, it’s pretty hopeless here. People falling for this guy yearn for a benign dictator. It’s beyond religion. Socialism roots run deep.

            • alexandre says:

              Hey that’s my second “qualm”. The first was a reply from Noam Chomsky where he said “I don’t share your qualms”. There I went looking it up. Never heard that before. I have to do a jazz tune with that title; “I Don’t Share Your Qualms”. Maybe a blues.
              Thank you, sir.

      • mik says:

        You will do what you will do.

        Once I almost joined a political party, they persuaded me they are more a movement. Bullshit, I realized very soon.

        Politics are like sewerage system. Sure, someone can claim he can go inside and solve stoppage and stay clean. Stoppage is not occasional phenomenon, it’s systemic, it’s poorly built or abused, like in real sewerage case. But it’s no way to stay clean if you work in sewerage.

        • mkey says:

          The only parties I’ll be joining will be those where booze riddled women fetch you poncy hats and cool drinks.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I am “game on” on however you want to play this.
      My condolences to the family members of the poor bastards who stand in your way, no matter what you decide.

      Personally, I have no problem trying to better conditions by working within the system.
      I’m no lover of the state nor politics nor bureaucracies nor authorities. But if I deem a system-like endeavor worth a shot, I will take it. Heck, I buy gas, pay taxes & licenses, bank at a big bank, purchase things from the big corporations…all sorts of sins.
      If Ron Paul was running, I might even consider getting a voter card.
      My moral code is always a work in process. But it is mine, not anyone else’s.

      My best wishes on whatever adventure your road takes you.

      • mkey says:

        We don’t have voter cards, yet. We do have voter registers with more people on the list than actually living in the (nation) state. It’s just one of the ways the establishment is clamping down on the populace which does show some signs of agitation.

        Through more complicated procedures and ever changing boundaries of legality, “democracy” is being put to test. This is especially valid for conditions for holding referendums – hyped up voter count, shrinking time span for collecting signatures and various geographical limits are being imposed. And when all is said and done, you need to get green lighted by the “constitutional court” (made up of not even judges but mostly fat ex politicians).

        Of course, the media follow through with “people are dense, they can’t deliberate on these decisions”, but they are able to bring these psychopaths to power? The whole system is a joke.

        Anyway, you are perfectly right, much of the time we play by the book, it’s too convenient. This is perhaps a good chance to get some people’s knickers in a twist. I’ll have to prepare a list of some provocative questions.

    • manbearpig says:

      Seems there’s a wave of anti-establishment “populist” candidates out there these days. Case in point GBW’s scientist/entrepreneur Shiva Ayyadurai in Massachusetts…

      World on fire:

      burning down the old world material world to usher in the new technocracy…

      if effigy… like Notre Dame de Paris…

      • alexandre says:


      • mkey says:

        Yes, that ugly, nefarious populism. To allow those unwashed masses to have a say on how they are going to structure their society. No, that’s not allowed. Of course this guy is being shamed with populism by the controlled media. As if there is any other kind of media.

        I’m reminded of some true filth people here were subjected to during the years past, much of which passed completely under the radar.

        When it was time to join the EU Frankenstein state one politician scared pensioners into voting for entry because otherwise their pensions would be put in jeopardy. Forget all about who was supposed to be in charge of them pesky pension funds, don’t mind all of that one iota. Another politician, I think she was the prime minister at the time, begrudgingly “allowed” the referendum to go through, clamoring about the high cost of casting such a vote. Yes, there is a cost that is seen and that is unseen. There is also a cost that is spoken and that is unspoken. When a politician starts yapping about costs, you better tune in and listen to that bold faced liar. Pay extra attention to what they are not saying.

        Another politician claimed that the national debt may never be brought into question, because reasons. Forget about having some person you can’t trust and whom you would never ever invite into your home and to whom you haven’t bestowed any authority (if for no other reason then simply because you didn’t have any to impart) sign a proverbial paper to have imaginary funds transferred over some likewise imagined bank accounts for means completely unknown and shrouded with lack of knowledge, surplus of doubt and inability to comprehend. That truly sounds like a process that may not be questioned, ever, right you are, politician.

        There was another person, an expert, who claimed that constitution may not be amended because if you allowed people to decide on stuff you’d have the majority exact their will against the minority … wait a freaking minute! That sure sounds like exactly an argument one of us would make. Of course, it’s invoked only when the times are dire, when the matrix starts to peel off and while the hang time is kept short lest it cause cognitive dissonance in the unaware public’s subdued mind.


        • manbearpig says:

          We need “populist” leaders now so TPTSB can say “See!? It’s clear democracy doesn’t work! The People can’t rule themselves! They choose populist crazies like Trump who’s destroyed the dollar and other untouchables who spout conspiracy theories about eugencis, corruption and Gandhi! Algorithms can manage us all better than that!”

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            MBP: you want to see some fresh populist spouting? Dr.Shiva at the Vaccine Injury Epidemic Event in D.C..11-14 -2019-


            • alexandre says:

              Holly caipirinha, Batman. I didn’t know this idio….sorry, this fellow. From a shudra family in India to inventing the email? Wow. Then genetics? Eugenics perhaps? What about that disease and cancer talk? Royal Raymond Rife cured cancer in the 1930s, why don’t these mother….sorry, fellows….talk about that for a change? And why do people still listen to guys talking on microphones in public? When will people learn?

              Had to look up “spouting”.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex , this guy wants to have the paradigm shift from the inside out. This microphone is addressing mothers of vaccine injured children. In the Vax crap here mothers are considered as hysterical by White coated Doctors and the mothers observations are rarely included. In a normal world who would know more about a child than its mother? We are near the end here in the US in the life of a normal world. Things have moved so far from normal we are panicing over rudimentary common sense things, like mothers and their birthings. The idea babies do not have rights as an innocent of law and that mothers have no proxy rights for the child are not normal. Expert agents or the state are trying to break that contract. They, the mothers and the immigrant Dr.Shiva have hope. They have the belief that a state can be of service. That it can be the other way, rather than the nothing. You said it, about hope, a chance. If its gone than you must adjust. Use other ways to accomplish the paradigm shift.
                I just love Gene McDanials lyric poetry.
                ” Try to make it real, compared to what!” That’s my kind of jazz. Does it translate the same for you?.

              • alexandre says:

                I understand. Still, it’s about time people simply quit listening to ‘experts’, politicians, public (or private) speeches, promises, representatives, governists and so on. Shiva invented the email? Come on. He, and oppressed foreigner, the right guy from the right background, will say all the right things for the right people in the right manner, will enchant and get everyone emotional, as they have been doing for too long, way way too long. When Hamas won in Palestine a friend wrote me “Hamas won, things will change”. Did they? In a sense yes, Palestine is now considered unlivable territory. I spent my life voting for Lula – just for romantic purposes cause he would never ever win – and when he finally won, not only nothing changed for real, but it got worse, globalization continued untouched, Brazil was still owned by the US and Europe, and I saw a picture of him getting some medal in Europe from some royals. That was it. We have to stop paying attention to these pshyco puppets. Enough with the “this guy is ok” or “this time it’s different”. Is he talking on a mike? Is he touching the hearts of the people? Walk away, it’s another trickster. Why hope has to do with politics? It should be the other way around. The only real hope is to forget politics ever existed. Anyway, that’s my opinion (IF I understood your reply correctly). I’m sure I’ll read it tomorrow and regret every word…sigh.

              • manbearpig says:

                This guy does indeed push all the right buttons and tells Buddah stories to boot! He also reportedly has 4? degrees from MIT.

                MIT is a branch of the DOD:

                “…As a Department of Defense FFRDC, the laboratory transitions technologies to both the military services and industry. Approximately 3,440 MIT employees worked at Lincoln Laboratory in fiscal year 2018…”


                He could be a genuinely well meaning yet unwitting pawn in a sick system?

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex , we probably need to do things we have never done. What we have done in the past surely has not worked the way we intended. So you have a valid point.
                I would appriciate some blues … In G. While I count the days of my sentence awaiting the day that Im let free. Thanks

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                MBP : back to your guide to a world on fire. Your link provided on MIT highlights this.
                Think wealth extraction. Under entrepreneurship and innovation. The last line of boasting self importance says , so quietly ” twenty-three percent of MITs alumni’s new firms are founded outside the United States.
                World on fire? Call in the economic hit men. Call in the racketeering strong arms.
                It also states employing, 2014, 4.6 million people with cap.rate of $ 1.9 Trillion. ÷ by 23%. That’s certainly worth cracking a few heads over…over there… huh!
                Is this part of what JC is reporting here?
                I get the impression DR.Shiva is in this camp condemning them for burning up the world.

              • manbearpig says:

                Rhapsody in Blue


                in C major…

    • mkey says:

      I did my bid this morning. ’twas a windy and rainy day so there really weren’t a whole lot of people up and about. What caught me by surprise was that most of the people walking up to the stand at the market were elderly. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

      Among the volunteers I met some interesting people with one thing in common – they’ve all had quite enough. Many of them care more about the future of their children and grandchildren then they do about their own. One of them is a very nice lady from whom I’ll be sourcing locally produced eggs and vegetables in the future. She had made a very nice apple pie without any added sugar. She was very eager on pointing out how she didn’t add any sugar to it 🙂

      The organization is hierarchical in nature and there’s a quite a cult of personality being built up, but I’d say they all have good intentions. They are also keen on voting being the way out of this situation. What was missing for all of this time is a good candidate, you see. The system itself is not being doubted much.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:


        …I met some interesting people with one thing in common – they’ve all had quite enough.

  28. Ethan Hunter says:

    Congratulations Broc!

    I just want to say that I truly appreciate your excellent video editing and eye for stunning visuals that bring to life James impeccable work!

    Many blessings to you and your baby boy!

  29. mik says:

    Congratulations Broc, something really new happened in your life.

  30. I’d give congratulations but I view child birth as a curse to the child (usually the parent as well).
    I will however thank Broc sincerely for his increasingly awesome video work. Thank you Broc!!

  31. cooly says:

    Just a head’s up

    Tony Heller’s latest video, Rise of the climate crazies, is well worth a watch.

    • manbearpig says:

      Yea, I couldn’t wait to watch that video after work tonight!

      Quite provocative indeed. Not really what I would’ve vaguely imagined in advance…

      As a so-called “climate skeptic” and “conspiracy theorist” it really gave me the impression I knew what it was like to be a jew during WW2, with the horror in the pit of my stomach…

      Having said that, along with the disclaimer that I’m fairly ignorant, I feel compelled to add a word about the role of the zionists and of their agents, business associates and the Transfer agreement in creating the horrific situation for jews, Palestinians and countless others during that period (and still today).

      I would also need to take time to research and reflect before fully embracing the notion that the atomic bomb was necessary to end WW2, whether or not it actually had that effect…

      I was unaware of the fact that anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy was so gungho on man-made climate change which is disappointing.

      I’d briefly seen the news about the Climate skeptic meeting in Germany being cancelled due to intimidation which is profoundly disturbing…

      It’s been only a couple years now that I’ve started actually being afraid of familiar people’s capacity for such aggressively emotional reactions to subjects they do not even slightly master (including my own) along with their total lack of curiosity for issues such as the institution of biometric digital identities that centralize all their data into a single (scorable) base for example…

      I suppose this majority is simply much more pragmatic and/or busy than I am…

      I’d like to be able to proclaim; “Oh! We must do THIS or THAT to fix Everything!” but I can’t do any better than to say;

      “What a strange world we live in…” with smiling images of Rachel Corrie, Beverly Eckert and Ann Boroch lighting up my mind…

  32. Ukdavec says:

    Coup in Bolivia – Lithium and the great game between China and USA


    For several years since the global push to develop mass-scale Electric Vehicles, the element Lithium has come into focus as a strategic metal. Demand is enormous in China, in the EU and in the USA at present, and securing control over lithium supplies is already developing its own geopolitics not unlike that for the control of oil.


    Nothing to see here….. Move on move on

    Bolivia’s Lithium Isn’t The New Oil
    A popular theory around Evo Morales’s removal is completely mistaken.

    No really, honest, guv.


    Will Lithium Sink OPEC?

    Instead of begging OPEC to drop its oil prices, let’s use American leadership and ingenuity to solve our own energy problems.
    Pete Dominici

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Ukdavec; those are great articles you have pointed in our direction.
      American ingenuity and leadership? Here is an example of some of that.
      I don’t think this is about hunting rats. Control that is not even American, is more closely associated with…err…the devil, a devil.
      The prefidious American. Winthope Rockefeller. ” trust me , Im here to help manage your sustainability.” Run!

  33. cooly says:


    Three things

    1. The parallels in strategy and MO are depressingly familiar..

    2. You are not ignorant. You know more than I do. So stop that.

    3. From what I understand, Japan had already given up. The bombs were dropped to send a message to the Soviet Union. “Don’t fuck with us.” The future boogeyman.

  34. bollir says:

    Congrats Broc! I’m a stay at home Dad and it has seriously changed my life and all in the best of ways. It has made me want to really step up my game and start this world down a path of participating in this world in a more meaningful way.

    Good luck!

  35. meighenrussell says:

    Congratulations, Broc! I wish you and your family all the best!


  36. a822 says:

    Congrats Broc, very impressed with your visuals for the Corbett report,
    happy fatherhood, may you and your family live long and prosper !
    and be back soon, it’s like watching the BBC all over again…

  37. falafel says:

    boom! congratz on the new born!

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