Interview 1078 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Aug 20, 2015 | Interviews | 5 comments

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: U.S. Military Cancels Hearing for 9/11 Suspects
Self-Confessed 9/11 “Mastermind” Also Falsely Confessed to Crimes He Didn’t Commit
Newly Released DOJ Memos Support Account of Torture of KSM’s Children using Insects
If the Good Guys Torture Children With Insects Who the Hell Are the Bad Guys?
The CIA’s Impunity on ‘Torture Tapes’
Families Of 9/11 Victims On Verge Of Proving Govt Cover-Up #SaudiArabia Not #Israel?
Story #2: China to Take Over Strategic US Military Base in Djibouti
US vs China in Djibouti
NWNW Flashback: “Africom”
Story #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek – Germans So Scared of Surveillance They Microwave Their ID Cards
Greece to Receive 1,000 Bitcoin ATMs as Trust in Banks ‘Long Gone’
Greek Deposits Become Eligible For Bail-In On January 1, 2016
MSM Predicts Global Market Crash Mayhem as Central Banks Lose Control
Kellogg’s to Dump Artificial Ingredients from Cereal by 2018
Petition to Arrest Netanyahu in London Has 70k+ Signatures
#NewWorldNextWeek Updates:
Something Suspicious About the #TianjinBlast?
China Shutters Websites Over #TianjinBlast “Rumors”
Broadcasters Busted for Repeatedly Breaching Ofcom Code Over Propaganda Content
Google Ponders Creating GM Mosquitoes to Fight Tropical Disease
FDA Approves OxyContin for Children
Milwaukee Police Dept. To Equip Patrol Cars With Cannons That Shoot GPS Projectiles
Russian Scientists Create Self-Educating Artificial Brain
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Previous Episode: This Is What Government “Protection” Looks Like


  1. No plans for these in Canadia yet. I think those on the debit cards are already a bit too much, but I did get my card cloned once when they were swipe cards, the day after work on St-Jean-Baptiste (Quebec’s National Holiday, we pretty much have our own country inside a country) and usually that means partying a bit. I leave work, take the really smelly and humid subway, well the subway stations are almost all like that during the summer, not all though, those landing in line interchanges or in nice neighbourhoods have A/C…anyway besides the point, I try to buy a 6 pack of beer, says card is disactivated…and it was a friday evening. Bank wanted to offer me a super low % credit card but it was the next day on saturday, it was going to be faster to make me another card right away. Had to ask friends for money for 3 weeks.

    So people panicking about chips in Debit/Credit cards…chill. National ID cards…we don’t have those, we have social insurance cards, but most people lose them and we just remember the number by heart, getting one back (they send you one at your 18th birthday) is very complicated and I don’t have the nerves of waiting extremely long on the phone since Harper’s massive cuts of jobs (I thought conservatards were all about jobs at all costs) of civil servants..

  2. Maybe that for GNNW :Pepe Escobar says Russian’s S-500 is already partly operational, they mean by 2017-2018 that it will be “complete” then. His sources tell him with the S-500 missile system, basically all the Russian airspace is protected from what NATO can throw at them in a first strike attempt (scary thought of the day : that is their official policy).

    Also, eastern european countries might enjoy basically free US army protection, but good percentages (I shall find a link and add it, I read it but was on another computer, polls show that they aren’t fans of Article 5 where an attack on on is everyone. Also, the opposition party for now in the UK,Labour has a new chief who wants out of EU and out of NATO. Of course the warmongering columnists of the 70 newspapers (almost identical) all go nuts and all call their leader Corbyn nuts for saying it out loud. I think that’s probably the most courageous thing a politician in the west said lately, too bad Tony Blair has messed up Labour in Britain like Paul Martin messed up the Liberals in Canada…who are now recovering after becoming 2nd opposition party, the details of that one are less worldly so I’ll spare you the reasons.

  3. His name never was really french. Austrian last name if I remember….and wasn’t he arrested last year over the money Gaddafi gave him for his last campaign. Also his first name is Nicolas…not Louis?

  4. Just as James and many others predicted The UK Government has back out of its promise to have a debate on Netanyahu. As the vote count continued on its way to 100,000 The UK Government pulled the plug to suppress an embarrassing debate I attach a full copy of the email I was sent.

    Petitions: UK Government and Parliament
    Aug 22 at 3:52 AM


    Hi Derryck Mumberson,

    The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “Benjamin Netanyahu to be arrested for war crimes when he arrives in London”.

    Government responded:

    Under UK and international law, visiting heads of foreign governments, such as Prime Minister Netanyahu, have immunity from legal process, and cannot be arrested or detained.

    The British Government has invited Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as head of the Israeli Government, to visit the UK in September. Under UK and international law, certain holders of high-ranking office in a State, including Heads of State, Heads of Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs are entitled to immunity, which includes inviolability and complete immunity from criminal jurisdiction.

    We recognise that the conflict in Gaza last year took a terrible toll. As the Prime Minister said, we were all deeply saddened by the violence and the UK has been at the forefront of international reconstruction efforts. However the Prime Minister was clear on the UK’s recognition of Israel’s right to take proportionate action to defend itself, within the boundaries of international humanitarian law. We condemn the terrorist tactics of Hamas who fired rockets on Israel, built extensive tunnels to kidnap and murder, and repeatedly refused to accept ceasefires. Israel, like any state, has the right to ensure its own security, as its citizens also have the right to live without fear of attack.

    The UK consistently urged Israel to do everything possible to avoid civilian casualties, to exercise restraint, and to help find ways to bring the situation to an end. The UK continues to urge the parties to give priority to reaching a durable solution for Gaza which addresses the underlying drivers of conflict, and to take the necessary practical steps to ensure Gaza’s reconstruction and economic recovery.

    We welcome the fact that Israel is conducting internal investigations into specific incidents during Operation Protective Edge. Where there is evidence of wrongdoing those responsible must be held accountable whatever their position in society. Both parties must also demonstrate robust and credible internal investigations which are in line with international standards. We have also encouraged the Israeli authorities, as we do all countries, to cooperate with the independent Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) regarding the preliminary examination into the situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories since 13 June, 2014, whilst noting that Israel is not a State Party to the ICC.

    The UK is a close friend of Israel and we enjoy an excellent bilateral relationship, built on decades of cooperation between our two countries across a range of fields. Our priority for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict remains the achievement of a two-state solution, based on 1967 borders. We continue to believe that negotiations will be necessary in order to achieve this, and that both parties need to focus on steps that are conducive to peace. The UK Government will reinforce this message to Mr Netanyahu during his visit.

    Click this link to view the response online:

    The Petitions Committee will take a look at this petition and its response. They can press the government for action and gather evidence. If this petition reaches 100,000 signatures, the Committee will consider it for a debate.

    The Committee is made up of 11 MPs, from political parties in government and in opposition. It is entirely independent of the Government. Find out more about the Committee:

    The Petitions team
    UK Government and Parliament

    You’re receiving this email because you signed this petition. Unsubscribe: unsubscribe

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