Interview 1153 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Mar 31, 2016 | 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. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: Leaked Emails Show Companies Bribery-For-Oil Contracts By Samsung, Rolls-Royce, Halliburton
Video: How Big Oil Conquered the World

Story #2: Justice Dept. Resumes Controversial Asset Forfeiture ‘Equitable Sharing’
The Feds Have Resumed a Controversial Program That Lets Cops Take Stuff and Keep It
Law Enforcement Seizes $11,000 From 24-Year-Old at Airport Without Charging Him With a Crime

Story #3: Mass Surveillance Silences Minority Opinions, According To Study
Video: What Are You Hiding From The NSA?

#GoodNewsNextWeek: Throw Away Your Trash Can
State AGs Pledge To Crack Down On Companies That Deceived Public On Climate Change
How A Viral Meme Campaign Taught The Internet That “Taxation Is Theft”

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: FBI Drops iPhone Case Against Apple After Outside Hack Succeeds
Google Warns Gmail Users Of ‘Government-Backed Hackers’
CIA-Armed Militias Shooting At Pentagon-Armed Militias In Syria
US Kills ISIS Second-In-Command For 3rd Time In 2 Years
For First Time, Drone Delivers Package To Residential Area
UN Atomic Chief Warns on ‘Nuclear [#FalseFlag] Terrorism’

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Previous Episode: Israeli Company Hacking iPhone for FBI

1 Comment

  1. Obama’s new approach is interesting, though I’m not sure it’s new. His administration’s main mode of operation is to say very publicly that he is going to stop something, and then either take no measure at all or a half measure, such as pretending to end Guantanamo, pretending to end the Iraq war, and now pretending to stop asset forfeiture and making some noise long ago about undoing some of the centralizing effects of the Common Core, which went absolutely nowhere.

    That might be why I have been tempted, in spite of my better judgment, to qualify my outrage over the Obama administration, based on scatterings of “good things” that he did that I did not realize were not followed up on. It is, I’ll grant, an effective strategy, (while us marks are unaware of it) and I won’t be so tempted anymore.

    It seems Mr. Pilato is a fan of the I.T. Crowd. Friend face and Jitter indeed! Have a Cuke James! It’s Heaven in a Can!

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