Your Guide to Fifth-Generation Warfare

03/28/202285 Comments

We're in the middle of a world-changing war right now.

Oh, I don't mean the war in Ukraine, the one that all the media are asking you to focus your attention on. Yes, that conflict continues to escalate. and every day there are new stories about provocations and threats that could lead to a nuclear exchange . . . but that's not the war I'm referring to.

And I don't mean the war in Yemen or the other military conflicts that the media are ignoring entirely. Yes, these wars are every bit as bloody, gruesome and devastating as the Russian invasion of Ukraine (if not more so), and they also risk an escalation into a broader geopolitical and geoeconomic crisis . . . but they're not the wars I'm referring to, either.

No, the war I'm talking about is an even broader war. A war that is taking place everywhere on the globe, even as I write, and that involves virtually everyone on the planet, young and old, male and female, military and civilian. It is the war of every government against its own population and every international institution against free humanity.

This is no ordinary war, however. Most of the victims of this warfare aren't even able to identify it as war, nor do they understand that they are combatants in it.

It's called fifth-generation warfare, and I'm here to tell you all about it.

What is fifth-generation warfare and what does it mean for those of us who wish to live our lives in peace? All your questions are answered in this important edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber. Also, stick around for a Subscriber Exclusive video in which James ruminates on the destruction of the One Ring and the value of literature in shaping human consciousness.

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  1. DEAR JAMES ! i am not anymore with paypal ,my mastercard is history now,but i would really like to support you forever ! is it possible that i can send money from my bank account to yours? all the very best,stay happy+healthy,thank you so much for your brilliant thoughts ,paulo

    • Iris.L says:

      Hi Paulo!
      I’m obviously not James but I know if you are in the United States you can send cash to him via James Evan Pilato if Media Monarchy through his Post Office Box in Santa Fe, if you would rather do that. He forwards the money to James Corbett in Japan. If that isn’t viable for you, you may try to email James Corbett and ask him what other options there are for supporting his work. Here’s the Post Office box info if you need it:

      P.O. BOX
      Media Monarchy
      c/o James Evan Pilato
      P.O. Box 22486
      Santa Fe, NM 87502-2486

    • Ice Age Eugenics and Biodigital-convergence says:

      … but i would really like to support you forever ! is it possible that i can send money from my bank account to yours?

      Fifth-generation-undeclared-warfare is covert [even to most of the supporting/enabling system pigs] gas-lighting and is a mostly self inflicted soft kill eugenics/selective “natural” selection operation to continually “save the planet” as George Carlin would say… and it seems to be working as the intended woke/progressive/multi-lettered “dem/lib”tardographics appear to be currently/mostly “doing the [pre-ice age/mag/rev] necessary early exit” as required/desired. SO Ben Davidson – THE Earth Disaster Documentary – explains the astro/geophysics for the “why now” ongoing eugenical cull/war to be perpetuated in perpetuity”. Eugenics works… and it’s OK.

  2. FT says:

    A conversation between Filostrato and Mark Studdock while looking at the Moon from Earth.

    From the book “That Hideous Strength” by C.S. Lewis, pgs 173-174 (please note that this is a fantasy written in 1945):

    “[…] Why should they have their world all crawling with organisms? And specially, they would banish one organism. Her surface is not all as you see. There are still surface dwellers—savages. One great dirty patch on the far side of her where there is still water and air and forests—yes, and germs and death. They are slowly spreading their hygiene over their whole globe. Disinfecting her. The savages fight against them. There are frontiers, and fierce wars, in the caves and galleries down below. But the great race presses on. If you could see the other side you would see year by year the clean rock—like this side of the Moon—encroaching: the organic stain, all the green and blue and mist, growing smaller. Like cleaning tarnished silver.”

    “But how do we know all this?”

    “I will tell you all that another time. The Head has many sources of information. For the moment, I speak only to inspire you. I speak that you may know what can be done: what shall be done here. The Institute—Dio meo, it is for something better than housing and vaccinations and faster trains and curing people of cancer. It is for the conquest of death: or for the conquest of organic life, if you prefer. They are the same thing. It is to bring out of that cocoon of organic life which sheltered the babyhood of mind the New Man, the man who will not die, the artificial man, free from Nature. Nature is the ladder we have climbed up by, now we kick her away.”

    • clr says:

      Thanks so much as always, James. Talk about biological warfare! This is just to mention ONE form of it here in the northeastern U.S.: old, decaying water pipes which are being eroded by fluoride and chlorine! This is the Finger Lakes region wherein there is a beautiful lake which possesses the second-most pristine water source in the entire U.S.! But then, they muck it up with bad, aging water pipes. On top of this, they ship a lot of this high-quality water ALL THE WAY DOWN TO New York City. Really, those Manhattanites ought to figure out how filter the water out of Hudson Bay or thereabouts. Hey! Those folks have got rivers around there!!

      • vadoum says:

        “filter the water out of Hudson Bay or thereabouts.”

        um,, Hudson bay is roughly 1500 miles north of the “NY finger lakes”; not too sure what your point is?

    • Duck says:

      I was listening to ‘Our Interesting Times’ when they talked to Scott Howard of transindustrial complex and Open Society Playbook when he mentioned that book. Need to dig out an old drive to get the audio book.

  3. Iris.L says:

    The Lord of the Rings, is one of favorite stories, and one whose quotes often resonate in my mind as we face the behemoth in front of humanity. So I’ll leave two quotes from the story that I often think of when I feel overwhelmed or discouraged by what seems like an impossible task, that remind me there is always hope:

    “It is not our part to master all the tides of the world, but to do what is in us for the succour of those years wherein we are set, uprooting the evil in the fields that we know, so that those who live after may have clean earth to till. What weather they shall have is not ours to rule.”-Gandalf Return of The King

    Frodo: “I wish the Ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened.”
    Gandalf: “So do all who live to see such times, but that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.”-The Fellowship of the Ring

    “Even the smallest person can change the future” -J.R.R. Tolkien

    • Duck says:

      CS Lewis was buddies with Tolkein.
      Screwtape letters

      “…..And since we cannot deceive the whole human race all the time, it is most important thus to cut every generation off from all others; ….”

      “…..The more often he feels without acting, the less he will be able ever to act, and, in the long run, the less he will be able to feel…”

      • FT says:

        Hi Duck,

        Great quotes from the Screwtape Letters!

        There’s another little piece by Lewis called “Screwtape Proposes a Toast.” Sort of a coda to the Screwtape Letters. Was trying to locate it on my shelf to share some quotes, but I can’t seem to find it right now. A bit to say in it about the twisting of the idea of “Democracy” that surely remains relevant in these days. Powerful stuff.


        • Duck says:

          I know that one! 🙂

          Think that’s the one…I’m on a phone 🙁 and can’t open pdf right now

          I kinda think Screwtape letters was how evil messes on a PERSONAL level while Proposes a Toast was how evil messes with society.

          I like LewisDoodle on YTube but can no longer find The Abolition OfMan which is a perfect description of Technocrat thinking don’t you think?

          • FT says:

            Yes! “The Abolition of Man” is pretty spot on. Super dense. There is a book called “After Humanity” by Michael Ward (a respected Lewis scholar) that serves as a guide to “Abolition.” I’m in the process of reading it now, actually. 🙂

            • s511 says:

              I to am reading After Humanity by Michael Ward. And I think C.S.Lewis was absolutely prophetic in the Hideous Strength.

              • Duck says:

                As I recall from listening to a lecture CS Lewis read every non drama book in a hundred year period and wrote a book summarizing it all. He literally knew both sides of every argument and knew history so it’s no wonder he could see where things were going to go

  4. UKJC says:

    Jumping in here on a separate idea sorry. Can any of you recall the earliest (link cool) we heard about Slavic DNA based bio-research in Eastern Europe? I Think this was many years ago possibly via a real journalist in Bulgaria? Sorry to intervene. I think it is worth understanding.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Dilyana Gaytandzhieva is a Bulgarian investigative journalist, Middle East correspondent and founder of Arms Watch.
      Over the last years she has published a series of revealing reports on weapons supplies to terrorists in Syria, Iraq and Yemen. Her current work is focused on documenting war crimes and illicit arms exports to war zones around the world.

      April 29, 2018 – Dilyana
      The Pentagon Bio-weapons
      [Lots of info, map and graphics in article.
      Lots of stuff on UKRAINE…]

  5. Fact Checker says:

    James has the order fundamentally reversed on his conception of “solution”.

    The Enemy has to be defeated first. Only after that can a “new society” be forged. This is because the Enemy is already an overweening administrative force. Any attempt to fashion “parallel structures”—while that Enemy remains in unrivaled command—is instantly identifiable as a taxable event, at best, and at worst a crime. Such low-level activities are easily scuttled on a punish-as-you-go basis of administrative penalties. That’s, of course, exactly where the Machine wants the recalcitrant humans: individuated, and in the courts, just trying to get his little monkey head above water for another gulp of air.

    This is further happening against the economic grinding-down process that is being inflicted on the recalcitrant and the compliant alike. The prices of fuel are going to be ratcheted up and up and up without relief from here on out, making all the marginal “opt-out compromises” that James recommends less and less economically feasible. Soon, the starving monkeys will be lined up at vaxx-and-feed centers, begging for their bug-paste and covaids-injections, even as the courts grind away at the tax-evaders, license-shirkers, and permit-scoffs who have the gall to try to feed themselves, or each other, off-grid.

    Contrary to James’s somewhat odd suggestion here, the imperative to face an enemy head-on is not a function of “Their” narrative framing at all. In fact, the prevailing narrative is entirely free of the very idea that “They” even exist; let alone that “They” are “The Enemy”; let alone that the monkeys must “fight back” on “Their” terms…or any terms for that matter. Instead, the monkeys are well-trained to see the lethal injections as Mother’s Milk. I really don’t know where James gets the idea that there’s “narrative framing” that “we” must “fight back” on “Their terms”. The narrative doesn’t even acknowledge a conflict. In the Narrative, there is only the benevolent Leviathan, protecting his krill-like charges from the tumultuous waves of random circumstance, by sucking them lovingly up through his baleen. There is no escaping that sucking force for the little plankton. The Leviathan would have to be defeated. First.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Addendum: Just watched the video, and I’m even more perplexed. With this talk of the “Ring of Power” James not only keeps the cart in front of the horse, but he front-loads it with even more baffling baggage.

      James suggests that “we” are analogous to the dumb-ass hobbits and fairies that populate Tolkien’s insufferably self-serious children’s stories, and that “They” are analogous to the stories’ Necromancer or whatever. Okay, I’m following the fatuous alalogy so far. But then, James says that like the Necromancer, “They” would never expect that “we” would decide not to take them on with war, but instead to…destroy the Ring of Power.

      Uuuh…so now I’m totally lost. What is the “Ring of Power” analogous to in the Real World? And how is it to be “struck down” if not by standing up and fighting back? The allegory goes completely off the rails when he brings in the whole “Ring of Power” plot-device, which can be arguably described as a “MacGuffin.” If the “real-world” solution is to destroy the real-world equivalent of the super-magickal-evil-jewelry….well, where’s the Magickal MacGuffin? How can it be destroyed. Really though: What are we even talking about here?

      I find the intolerably silly-but-grim Hobbit books not only to be lacking in entertainment value, but to be entirely without “wisdom” or even a hint of real-life applicability. I seriously have no idea what James is getting at with his kids’-book reading there.

      • Duck says:

        While I personally dislike LOTR after the 1st book can not see that those books, like Homer’s work (which TBH I also don’t like much) make pretty important observations on humanity and life? It says more about your own life experiences than the book if you can’t

        People will literally live their lives around or die for the ideas in their head. Lack of such ideas is why cultures are replaced.

        We see our lives n world events thru such stories which is why Hollywood has given such massive power to the enemies of humanity

        • Fact Checker says:

          Greetings, Duck:

          “can [you] not see that those [LOTR] books…make pretty important observations on humanity and life?”

          Absolutely not. They’re puerile trash, despite their hifalutin trappings of stilted (and gawdawful) dialogue and ersatz grandeur. People tend to project all kinds of “meaning” onto them so as to rationalize their attachment to such dated juvenilia.

          “People will literally live their lives around or die for the ideas in their head.”

          Undoubtedly. It has now been demonstrated ten times over (with Covid alone) that humans are programmable monkeys that can be trained quite easily to repeat any narrative, and to act out any behavior pattern, including self-destruction and infanticide, as long as there’s a little bit of terror in the mix.

          “Lack of such ideas is why cultures are replaced.”

          No—there’s never a lack of ideas. It’s just that newly inserted “ideas” successively get the monkeys to abandon the previous “ideas”. But there’s always claptrap and delusion of one type or another keeping the goyim in line. “Ideas” (your word) are responsible for both the “culture” and the “replacement,” and they all come down from upstream in the prevailing power hierarchy.

          History is all narratives, all the way down…which is to say it’s all communal mass hypnosis in mutating waves.

          • Duck says:

            Fact checker
            “….all the way down…which is to say it’s all communal mass hypnosis in mutating waves…”

            You live in it like a fish lives in water. You can not abstract yourself from it and live outside
            it anymore then a fish can live out of water.

            The end result of “seeing thru” everything is that your blind because you, effectively, can see nothing.

            • Fact Checker says:

              Wrong. You, as an adherent to the Jew-brainwash ancient hypnosis of Christinsanity are the one who lives buried within generationallayers of weaponized, coercive narrative. I’m like a sorrowful fisherman, looking down at the shul of fish beneath the surface, thrashing this way and that, each one believing that he will be the biggest fish at the end of the feeding frenzy.

              I see it all, little guppy.

      • Octium says:

        Yes, the problem with any analogy is understanding the limitations of how well they fit otherwise you will be leading yourself down the garden path.

        From a personal level the destruction of the ring could be analogous to adopting an anarchy mindset, but it does not work unless everyone throws their own rings into the fire pit. One person can’t throw the world government into the pit to save everyone else from it.

        The big data centres are the closest analogy of “the ring” I can think off. If James is advocating blowing up the data centres then I’m all for it, but it’s a bit of a who will bell the cat problem.

        • Fact Checker says:

          Hey Octium, thanks for the thoughtful response!

          Unfortunately, I suspect that “blowing up the data centers” is exactly the kind of Hollywood-y frontal attack that James is deriding with this current theme of his (which he talks about in some depth in the Delingpod interview as well). In fact, it harkens directly to Fight Club (resetting debt to zero by leveling the banks), They Live! (blowing up the illusion-broadcast antenna-dishes), and The Running Man (blowing up the TeeVee broadcast station).

          Frankly, I really don’t think James is suggesting anything beyond off-grid subsistence farming and trading services over some kind of “independent” electronic marketplace. But, that vision of salvation doesn’t map to the melting-the-Ring-of-Power narrative in any way that I can see. A far better literary analogy to James’s “parallel economies” narrative would be “Galt’s Gulch” in Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. I am just at a loss as to how he’s applying the Tolkienverse at all…

          • Octium says:

            Yes, probably why lord of the rings ended up being a Hollywood movie anyway ( because they get to blow something up in the end )

            “…and then there was none” was probably a realistic description of how an alternative community could operate in a peaceful fashion, but it required a few preconditions, firstly the community had to develop in isolation so as not have the young influenced by the tyrannical society it had separated from and it had to be sufficiently remote for the authorities not to want to bother with it.

      • ChaosNavigator says:

        Dumb Hobbits for sure = ignorant normies

        Ring of Power = the monetary system on the material level and the Jungian Shadow on the psychological level…

        Btw; Vaxlav Havel said that parallel structures were far mor effective in destroying the power strucures than protests… Empirical evidence might point in favoir of Corbett

        Sun Tzu would probably agree…

      • vadoum says:

        From one krill to another,
        no fat alalogys about it (I think your autospellcorrect has given us a new word: “alalogy sounds playfully fatuous), i reckon the back to front cart & horse in the essay above are heading for a western PA style micro foggy snow squall.

        I agree FC, whatever is driving the beastly behavior has got to be eliminated from the equation first, before any new can bloom; Isnt how to do that been the penultimate question of humanity since days of yor?

        I see were doing the same dominators and dominated psycho-drama as has been described in many flavors over all recorded history, with perhaps two differences:

        the first is that the lies that have kept the day by day con pumping along are being exposed more than ever, the wheels are wobbling and appear ’bout ready to fall off. I think thats thanks to the internet connecting lotsa dots at breath-taking speeds.

        the second is the fact that, the dominators have more means of owning another’s will than ever. maybe forever?

        Do those two go together? We have grass roots bright journalistic efforts giving voice to many w random access for many like never before (if memory serves?), while the worst whipped up less than nonesuch main stream media spews macguffersatz nonstop, where do they find the courage to live with themselves after lying so hard? spoiler: oligarchs and their minyons are zombies, they can rationalize, but cannot feel more than greyity. I doubt even a galaxy jumping wormhole ripper could get them outa this one.

        So but, can a mind free itself? I’m not too sure.
        It can certainly get itself into trouble.

        maybe the trick is the “freeing” occurs as a one step maneuver, from which theres no return, and it has to be done individually/alone, so the paradox is that a free mind would only hinder the captured minds chances of escape/awakening by trying to describe or guide or be in orbit around the process?

        sometimes I see this thread as a survival guide wanting to be written. whereas JC has painted stupendous renditions of “the dragon”, but we’re yet to see/be the way past its keep.

    • ChaosNavigator says:

      I guess it would have to be something akin to the famous adage of ‘You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete’ (Buckminster Fuller) – whatever that would be in terms of concrete action but successful examples in succesful self-suffiency for one, would be one of the right steps and hope for butterfly effects, decentralized exits from the Matrix….

      • ChaosNavigator says:

        The great Stylinski from infrakshun.wordpress wrote: ‘In the end, the energy we expend in looking for the truth “out there” is not always a fair exchange…It’s for this reason I no longer research the question of who’s who in Establishment control – Zionist or otherwise. This is partly because I believe I have enough comprehension of the basic structure and players but also due to the awareness that we’ll never know the ultimate King Pin here on Earth, and indeed we don’t need to know. Perhaps, what we need to understand is the general dynamics of evil in ourselves, how it works through us and in society, through history and how it expresses itself through the present pathocracy as Lowbaczweski called it; how we can become nodes of its influence [a la Wetiko] without even noticing [The Ring of Power?]. Ideologies and beliefs become programs of conscienceless beings – “-isms” are used as interchangeable software for socio-cultural “upgrades” to keep pace with the collective conscience as it sees more of the bigger picture. Evil adapts through us, until that adaptation reaches a dead end and the cycle turns once more. In ones sense, there is no “master spider” since evil operates in a holographic fashion and can never be totally and completely eradicated, nor should it – it is essential to the functioning of humanity. All that’s needed is balance. This is why I think it’s so important that our own ego and predator as a “foreign installation” must have the light shone upon it by our own will if we are to divest ourselves of negative influences, the ignorance of which makes us prone to ponerological influences and higher negative overshadowing as a result – usually whilst thinking we are resisting evil. To clarify: I do not mean to say that physical expressions of evil should not be sought out – I think it is important to research, share, network and find some form of consensus as to who our negative overlords may be. But there is a limitation on how far one can go before the abyss begins to touch you’

        • Fact Checker says:

          “evil operates in a holographic fashion and can never be totally and completely eradicated, nor should it – it is essential to the functioning of humanity.”

          “Evil” is merely an anthropocentric subjective perception. The Machine consuming humanity right now is no more “evil” than is the cheetah skillfully devouring the gazelle, or the octopus methodically strangling the eel. The gazelle surely feels that the cheetah is wicked as the big cat begins its work of disemboweling the felled prey, but in reality, the cheetah is only following the dictates of the laws of nature, which it interprets subjectively as hunger. The eel likewise believes that it is unjustly oppressed by the octopus, but in fact, both squishy beasts are merely subsidiary parts of the entirely amoral “circle of life,” in which energy is continually transferred from one form to another through violent, agonizing “level-up” processes of killing and ingestion.

          Humans, much to their sorrow, are currently “leveling up” by being consumed and assimilated by a soulless Machine that is spreading across the galaxy. You are correct about the holographic nature of predatory forces, but you’re wrong by suggesting there is some kind of “balance” or human continuity built into that system. Humanity as we know it will transform, pass, and be no more, just like every individual animal or any species. There is no balance. There is only the inexorable change and energy transfer of murder followed by murder upon murder, forever.

          • ChaosNavigator says:

            ” merely an anthropocentric subjective perception”

            Extreme relativism is adored by Hannibal Lecters and Charles Mansons of the world… and diverse similar -isms fraught with performative contradictions.

            “If everything is one, then nothing is wrong.”
            – Charles Manson

            Homo Sapiens Sapiens is not only an animal. Universal natural law and karma might actually not be man-made constructs….

            • Fact Checker says:

              There is a difference between “moral relativism” on one hand, and ultra-moral reasoning and observation on the other. Even if one is to accept that absolute moral strictures apply intra-societally to humans, such strictures have no bearing on non-human agents, be they deities, speciated descendants of humans, artificial intelligence, extraterrestrial, subterrestrial, trans-dimensional, etc.

              Just as the cheetah isn’t bound by the Rule of the Flock of Gazelles, the intelligence now domesticating humanity doesn’t care one whit for human “morality”. There might be some separate “morality” that delimits the behavior of non-human entities among each other (sort of how Talmudic Law governs organized Jewry, but is totally unconcerned with the “morality” of the goyim), but those entities are no more concerned with our morality—“relative” or otherwise—than a rancher is concerned with the “moral tenets” of his herd of cattle. For all we know, cattle and lab rats might behave as to each other according to certain ingrained, and absolute, “moral” principles, even as they are manipulated and sacrificed en masse by their human owners. Likewise, we herdster humans may be bound to continue to act morally in our dealings with each other, even after it has been revealed that we are living in a nightmarish high-density-feedlot-techno-police state-electromechanical grid, under the total control of non-human forces.

              EDIT: I don’t credit supernatural concepts like “karma” and “universal natural law” but even if they exist, they too would be unbound by human concerns and morals. To believe otherwise is, like i said, anthropocentric superstition.

        • vadoum says:

          “evil operates in a holographic fashion and can never be totally and completely eradicated, nor should it – it is essential to the functioning of humanity. All that’s needed is balance.”

          How will the necessary evil you imagine balance against the feather of ma’at? Attempting to justify evil is a slippery slope.

          ” it’s so important that our own ego and predator as a “foreign installation” must have the light shone upon it by our own will if we are to divest ourselves of negative influences”

          egoistic mind describes looking at itself in the mirror. it is the ego that claims ego exists, thats all there is to that.

          • ChaosNavigator says:

            It’s actually abundant phenomenological evidence in meditative experiences that shows a dimension beyond ego.

            In Western schools, the definition of the ego is i.a. the ‘self-organizing principle’ – something functional and navigating

            The ego in the Western sense is e.g. the ability to tolerate aversive emotions without going crazy (affect tolerance), discernment, critical thinking, the ability to focus, and self-assertion; the ability to say ‘no’ when one feels’ no ‘, and’ yes’ when one feels’ yes’ etc. Mentally, the ego experiences and ‘understands events in sequences. One thing follows after another. (discursivity) Consciousness arranges and understands in sequences one after the other, just as language is arranged in words, in sentences, line after line. And the ego experiences itself as separate from other people and separate from the world, as a subject-object, (psychotics exempted). Separation is part of the dual function of ordinary consciousness: ordinary consciousness works by separating subject and object.

            The Eastern definition of ego is different from the Western one – it has to do with the ego as identity and self-image (and the attachments, the vices; envy, greed, hatred, grasping, etc).

            My translation of Mark Epstein:

            Here we run into an unfortunate mix of vocabulary. The first is the ego-development of Western psychodynamic psychology. Suddenly there is a leap or shift to an oriental-based spiritual vocabulary that makes it look as if that ego , which has been formed, is the same ego that is abandoned.

            It is not the ego in the functional Western meaning that is the goal of the Buddhist insight but the self-image (self-concept), the actual inner experience of oneself, which is the core of the matter.

            What is being transcended is not the ego, rather that the self-image, that the self-representation is revealed as something that turns out to lack concrete existence. It is not something real that is being eliminated, but the essential baselessness that is being recognized for what it has always been.


            “evil operates in a holographic fashion and can never be totally and completely eradicated, nor should it – it is essential to the functioning of humanity. All that’s needed is balance.”

            I guess it’s part of Stylinski’s particular somewhat spiritual cosmology, an explanation of something rather than a justification…

            • vadoum says:

              The definition of Ego, as this ego understands it: the orientation of the mind to be at the center of what is “being experienced”.

              we can be better people,
              less short sighted
              less aggressive
              less selfish
              less arrogant
              less envious

              but to be ego-less, (said the ego), is to expand awareness beyond the body boundaries. In other words, for the common day by day experience that we all muddle through, juggling causes, (or are they effects?), the “letting go of ego” idea may be nothing more than a “good start” which is kind of the ego patting itself on the back.

              I dont think the tendancy is any different based on western or eastern culture. We may dress it up with descriptions that satisfy this or that style of intellect, but its the same orientation.

              For examples of ego-lessness I watch infants, and then remember the few epiphanees where indeed lifes symphony began to cadenza.

              try telling a blind ant that there are humans designing space ships, and see how far the conversation goes.

              our joker wild card option is that
              ego mind can seem blind to the imagination

    • s511 says:

      Fact-checker, I enjoy your posts. You have a way of putting things that creates a stark relief. Being a Christian I differ with your endgame conclusions, however with your view of the conditions in where we stand now, and the needed response, I largely agree. Thanks for contributing to the conversation.

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    RE: Corbett’s 3/28 article
    Your Guide to Fifth-Generation Warfare

    The following FLASHBACK syncs extremely well with his article.

    Sunday March 27, 2022…
    FLASHBACK: How Will WWIII Be Fought? – Questions For Corbett (2020)

  7. Paul says:

    “There is but one infinite game.”

    -James P. Carse, Finite and Infinite Games

    (Yes, I spoiled the ending, but you will have to read the book to understand why that does not matter.)

  8. ChaosNavigator says:

    By the providence of ever whimsical ‘coincidence’ of synchronicity, I now see that Corbett, at the same time as I when I made the third part of my new film (finished 27.march), is onto the same precise EXACT question:

    I myself have been thinking about this for several days now; that there is no alternative to the system – there are other several synchronicities )parallel society) which are downright amazing, also that the quote I have chosen VERBATIM today (bottom in the danish aricle but now expanded) is the exact same quote from 2015 that Corbett has chosen today (Anatomy of the New World Order which I saw for the first time day before yesterday)

    Today I then wanted to ask Corbett about the “refutations” that I would anticipate from friends (i heard it before; no place to hide(, and lo and behold; he already answered it in this article very specifically. Just confiding high strangeness observations about beyond insanity syncronicities…

    I have traslated several Corbett articles and use his works heavily in the new danish film…

    Article and film in danish so you won’t get it, but anyway:

    Best to all (stuck in dumb Denmark in the rotten state of collectivized minds)

    • vadoum says:

      “beyond insanity syncronicities…”

      I find when dead-reckoning “synchronizes” with the rhumb-line the result is rather sane.

      • ChaosNavigator says:

        There is no causality but synchronicity itself in this instance….

        • vadoum says:

          If causes and effects are real, then we can start this dialog, which is just another cause,,

          then we have a chain of interlocking symbiotic connectedness; at the very least it can give a basis for deciding, which is the currency of a healthy consciousness.

          then someone comes along and says: “there was no known cause but it behaved as if there was?” some will say “thats synchronicity” “statistically impossible magic, but real as real,,”

          I’d say that causes were still at play, but they were not part of our awareness, or our experience cant explain it. “what caused that” one could fairly ask; and there are many possible answers, for a start try quantum physics ability for simultaneous reactions “separated” by distance.

          Our perception is only capable of tuning to a narrow band of the continuum of frequencies that were immersed in and are made of.

          undskyld jeg kan ikke skrive på dansk

          jo mere synkronitet jo bedre

  9. clr says:

    I am going to assert that the Ukraine (the country itself) is a biological weapon, just like (possibly) COVID-19! Really, I can’t wait until these liars cut it out! …Oh, well, I’m just sittin’ here a-waiting….

  10. travis.h.bray says:

    I Thessalonians 5:3-6 (NASB) While they are saying, “Peace and safety!” then destruction will come upon them like birth pangs upon a woman with a child; and they shall not escape. But you, brethren, are not in darkness, that the day should overtake you like a thief; for you all all sons of light and sons of day. We are not of night nor of darkness; so then let us not sleep as others do, but let us be awry and sober.

  11. zyxzevn says:

    Regarding the Tolkien story.
    Is money the one ring?
    Without money we would need to work with each other
    based on trust and respect.

    • Duck says:

      Money is a way people work together… when you get outside of a family sized group you need a way to trade value with each other.

      If you have eggs that I want and I have milk that you DONT want it’s good to have a money medium to barter rather than me having to go trade it get what you want.

      Trust and respect matter but money does NOT exclude them.

      • zyxzevn says:

        Don’t think too easy about money.

        Money is a way to trade with people that you do not trust.
        And money can go to people that do not respect you or even hate you.
        (Like the government)
        It is how armies and prostitutes get paid.

    • AG says:


  12. AG says:

    Read the Silmarillion!
    ( Tolkien also )
    More parallels there!
    🙂 👍

  13. s511 says:

    Quantum Dot Solution to COVID-19
    Oh joy. 😐 Not the dreaded quantum dots micro patch!
    Graphene Quantum Dots Help Block SARS-CoV-2 Variant from Entering Cells

    “The delta variant within the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus continued to cause devastation with high infection rates and transmissibility and this illustrated the lack of efficacy by the SARS-CoV-2 vaccines. However, novel research published in the journal, ACS Omega has reported the use of human host defense peptide-conjugated graphene quantum dots for the prevention of virus entry into host cells…researchers have strategized a novel and innovative solution for blocking the interaction between the spike protein and the ACE2 receptor to prevent infections from mutating variants…”

  14. MeowKing says:

    Thanks, I enjoyed the LOTR reference. An important point though is that Frodo was *not* able to resist the ring in the end. He is instead saved by the pity and mercy he showed earlier when he was in positions of some power, not giving in to fear and the desire for safety and certainty.

  15. kapslok says:

    Just wanted to let you know, I love your articles. Thanks for doing what you do

  16. starfire says:

    [Please do not post urls without titles and/or explanatory text in the comments section. Please re-post the link with a title or an explanation of why people should be clicking on it. -JC]

    • mkey says:

      Beatrix von Storch, the deputy leader of the Alternative for Germany, slammed the Federal Constitutional Court for denying an emergency appeal to end the mandatory vaccination for Medical care workers. The Federal court “no longer protects our basic rights,” exclaimed the leader.

      Despite the court admitting in their ruling that the vaccines can cause “serious side effects,” even “death,” they refused to lift the mandate for medical workers, stated Von Storch.

      The court stated, If they want to avoid harm from the potentially “fatal” mRNA gene therapy injections, then the “medical workers are free to resign,” explains the AfD Deputy leader.

      Even if a law were to be passed in Germany mandating all citizens to be injected with the experimental mRNA gene therapies, the majority of the unvaccinated would not comply. A current survey by the German Allensbach Institute shows that nearly all unvaccinated Germans would not bow to a vaccination requirement. According to a survey by the German Allensbach Institute, the introduction of general Covid vaccination in Germany would hardly increase the vaccination rate. Only two percent of those not vaccinated said they would get vaccinated. Moreover, many vaccinated people also doubt the enforceability.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Thanks for catching that.

        It becomes even more obvious that these rules are NOT about our health and safety.

        • mkey says:

          I don’t think it could be more obvious. Probably the most inimical facet of this issue is the concept of “public good” and the way people visualize it in their subconscious mind, reacting to any mention of it without guestioning, while running a deeply rooted bad program.

  17. madhu says:

    Re: Destroying the Ring – Subscriber Exclusive #107

    “The universal watchfulness so encompassed him, that if he had been taken in a net, or were being forwarded to his destination in a cage, he could not have felt his freedom more completely gone.”

    (A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens)

    Makes me think of today’s surveillance state and social coercion, and how these create a psychological prison for some people, to the point where they even censor their own thoughts. For others psychological freedom is a state of mind, a choice.

    But also from the same book:

    “I see a beautiful city and a brilliant people rising from this abyss, and, in their struggles to be truly free, in their triumphs and defeats, through long years to come, I see the evil of this time and of the previous time of which this is the natural birth, gradually making expiation for itself and wearing out.”

    I don’t know about the expiation part, but the rest seems plausible to me.

  18. loggin says:

    Idiot Wind by Bob Dylan

    “There’s a lone soldier on the cross
    Smoke pourin’ out of a boxcar door
    You didn’t know it, you didn’t think it could be done
    In the final end he won the war
    After losin’ every battle”

    Jesus arrived in Jerusalem on a donkey not a charger at the head of a great army the Jews hoped the Messiah would bring.

    He lost the earthly war but won the spiritual war and became the exemplar for the spiritual human being. Like Frodo he had no interest in earthly power or fighting with earthly powers.

    Render unto Caesar what belongs to Caesar. (Mark 12:17)

  19. dmay says:

    Parallel society, indeed. Shall we get busy?

  20. Oscar says:

    The biggest battle of this decade will be between the Centralized Powers (governments, supranational institutions, etc) and the Decentralized Powers (truth movement, localized powers, crypto, etc.)

    The Centralized Powers have the upper hand at the moment, but they are waning. In contrast, the Decentralized Powers are on the rise. I agree with James’ quote that the countermovement has begun in stealth. Crypto is still early, but now that it has gone through a truly Cambrian explosion I see its power growing every day. Allies and foes (eg Sauron’s eye) alike don’t see clearly yet what exactly the nature is of what is coming.

    I’ll reference to a quote in a book highlighted by Do Kwon, the main architect of Terra Form Labs and of the Terra blockchain, home of the most powerful decentralized stablecoin UST (a decentralized economy needs decentralized money) in crypto. And this journey is only beginning:

    “The rise of the Sovereign Individual will not be wholly welcomed as a promising new phase of history, even among those who benefit from it most….And many will despise innovations that undermine the territorial nation-state. It is a fact of human nature that radical change of any kind is almost always seen as a dramatic turn for the worse….What may someday be seen as a new Renaissance from the perspective of the next millennium will look frightening to tired twentieth-century eyes.
    There is a high probability that some who are offended by the new ways, as well as many who are disadvantaged by them, will react unpleasantly. Their nostalgia for compulsion will probably turn violent…..Get ready to duck….
    You must understand and prepare for such unpleasantness. A transition crisis lies ahead. The new information and communication technologies are more subversive of the modern state than any political threat to its predominance since Columbus sailed. This is important because those in power have seldom reacted peacefully to developments that undermined their authority. They are not likely to now….
    Information technology will destroy the capacity of the state to charge more for its services than they are worth to the people who pay for them.”

    I find this to be a very powerful quote. I see it playing out in the field of crypto in real time.
    What I am seeing are two separate stages, a Centralized stage where Centralized Powers are winning as well as a Decentralized Stage where Decentalized powers are winning. These stages are more or less separate now. But I guarantee you, the Decentralized stage is growing and when it gets big enough, it will overtake the Centalized Stage. By the end of this decade Crypto will be THE dominant technology. Think adoption of the internet but faster and more powerful. Then it’s game over for them.

  21. cred3 says:

    Speaking of new passages and maybe books. There is one I d share: Mark 10:35-45

  22. Cody says:

    Great comments from the community. Nice and thoughtful. I annotated the article with my highlighter browser extention and saved it as PDF and shared it with a few people. And on twitter and so on.
    In the Netherlands most people are fat and happy, so a select community is there that is very active, however, the ‘general pop’ is still caught in the narrative and can be dangerous later on.
    So keep sharing, keep understanding and learning. And thanks James for all the work you do! Happy holidays all, happy Easter or whatever you celebrate; but DO celebrate and be proud of what we have accomplished so far.

    Peace & Love brothers and sisters

  23. gabyville says:

    One of the most prophetic song of what is happening right now is in the song “The epitaph” by King Crimson that came out in the early 1969.. Here are the lyrics:

    [Verse 1]
    The wall on which the prophets wrote
    Is cracking at the seams
    Upon the instruments of death
    The sunlight brightly gleams
    When every man is torn apart
    With nightmares and with dreams
    Will no one lay the laurel wreath
    When silence drowns the screams?

    Confusion will be my epitaph
    As I crawl a cracked and broken path
    If we make it we can all sit back and laugh
    But I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes, I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes, I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    [Verse 2]
    Between the iron gates of fate
    The seeds of time were sown
    And watered by the deeds of those
    Who know and who are known;
    Knowledge is a deadly friend
    If no one sets the rules
    The fate of all mankind I see
    Is in the hands of fools

    [Instrumental: “March for No Reason”]

    [Verse 1]
    The wall on which the prophets wrote
    Is cracking at the seams
    Upon the instruments of death
    The sunlight brightly gleams
    When every man is torn apart
    With nightmares and with dreams
    Will no one lay the laurel wreath
    When silence drowns the screams?

    Confusion will be my epitaph
    As I crawl a cracked and broken path
    If we make it we can all sit back and laugh
    But I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying

    and here is the link for the song:

    “Confusion will be our epitaph” “The fate of all mankind is in the hands of fools”
    This album was released in 1969. It is called “21rst Century Schizoid man”…. We who are now in the 21rst century. The whole album is worth listening to.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks gabyville.
      I remember King Crimson.
      Had forgotten all about them until your post.

  24. Duck says:

    1st link- chris Knowles interview w William Ramsey on his book and on how and why our MKculture got this way.

    2nd link- s2 underground giving their own overview of 5th generation war.

  25. Gavinm says:

    I stumbled across an article titled “Personalized Warfare: How you became the battlefield” in a magazine the other day and would like to share it here as I feel it ties into the above subject matter. I could not find a digital version of it online, so I took some pictures of the physical magazine and uploaded them here:

    Among other things, the article goes into psychological warfare techniques (including digitally augmented psyops that utilized deepfake tech), biological warfare (including the weaponization of “DNA markets” opened up by family tree research companies that have access to many people’s DNA samples) and various “NLWs” and DEW technologies (such as V2K, HSS, HBM and other directed energy weapons and wireless tech used to target individuals from a distance).

    For another perspective and for additional insight into the topic of DEWs and entrainment tech, Catherine Austin Fitts touches on the topic in this interview

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