Interview 1054 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Jun 12, 2015 | Interviews | 1 comment

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: Medical Data, Cybercriminals’ Holy Grail, Now Espionage Target

Senators Want China Kept Out of Currency Club Over Hacking
Fake Mobile Towers ‘Actively Listening In’ On UK Calls
So-Called Justice Dept. Subpoenas To Identify Commenters on Silk Road Post

Story #2: Forget G-7 Summit, Bilderberg’s Where the Big Guns Go
#Bilderberg2015 Participant List
We Are Change: The Only Journalists To Ever Be Inside Bilderberg During Lockdown
Citi Economist Argues for Abolishing Cash
Will Cash Soon Be Obsolete? First Shops Plan To Ban It In 2016
Financial Stability Board Meeting Archive
The Secret Meeting in London to End Cash
The Trilateral Commission Meeting Archive
We Are Change Rotterdam: Independent Media covers Bilderberg 2015
@NavigateNetflix: Blair Witch + Loose Change + Eyes Wide Shut = The Conspiracy

Story #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek – Disillusioned black voters ask: Is voting even worth it?
Creating electricity from rice paddies

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates:
More Presstitute Politicians: McDonald’s Hires Ex-Obama Press Secretary Robert Gibbs
More Pedophile Politicians: Dennis Hastert Makes First Court Appearance in Chid Molestation Hush-Money Case
New Book, ‘Go-Betweens for Hitler’, Shows UK Royal Family Far Closer to Nazi’s Than Recognised
LIBOR Rigging is “Conspiracy Theory” Says Fed-Raided @DeutscheBank
Manhattan Investment Banker Falls 24 Stories to Death in Latest Wall St. Suicide
US Government Lost 7 Fort Knox #Gold Audit Reports
Pentagon Accidentally Sent Live Anthrax to Labs via FedEx
US Military May Have Inadvertently Shipped Live Anthrax to Labs in Australia
Pentagon Shipped Live Anthrax Samples to Canada
Pentagon: We Don’t Actually Know How Much Anthrax We Mailed Ourselves
South Korea Vital to Global Economics, Could #MERS Create Another Global Financial Crash?
Obama Looks at Adding Bases and Troops in Iraq, to Fight ISIS
Ex-US Intelligence Officials Confirm: Secret Pentagon Report Proves US Complicity In Creation Of ISIS

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1 Comment

  1. Not to be a pessimist, but you only have as much local control as they want to give you….

    Nearly 59 percent of Denton voters supported the fracking ban last November, making the North Texas city of about 123,000 the first to outlaw the use of high-pressure water to shatter underground shale and release stored oil and gas.

    The Legislature responded by passing House Bill 40, which pre-empts local bans on oil and gas exploration. Gov. Greg Abbott quickly signed the bill into law.

    Vantage Energy, a natural gas operator, on Monday resumed fracking operations inside the city, effectively negating an ordinance that Denton officials say they can no longer enforce.

    On the first two days of fracking’s return, police arrested protesters – three each day – who tried to block the company’s access to its work site. On Tuesday afternoon, the company said it had not decided whether to press charges for criminal trespassing.

    “We recognize and appreciate the rights of all citizens to peacefully assemble and to express their opinions openly,” Seth Urruty, the company’s vice president of development, said in a prepared statement. “We are grateful to the City of Denton Police Department for helping keep the protesters safe.”

    The ban’s proponents called it a last-ditch effort to address noise and toxic fumes that spew from wells just beyond their backyards, saying loopholes and previous zoning decisions rendered changes to the city’s previous drilling ordinance unenforceable.

    Opponents – including most Texas regulators and lawmakers – say the policy went too far, effectively halting all drilling inside Denton and keeping mineral owners from using their property.

    The Texas Oil and Gas Association — the state’s largest petroleum group — and the Texas General Land Office each filed suits against Denton just hours after the votes were tallied, calling the ban unconstitutional. Formally repealing the ban might help resolve those disputes, which, according to Mayor Chris Watts, have cost the city some $220,000 to defend.

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