Interview 1156 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Apr 7, 2016 | Interviews | 2 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. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: Iceland’s Prime Minister Resigning After Massive Protests Over #PanamaPapers
The One Sentence Summary of the Panama Papers
What I Learned From the Panama Papers
#MorningMonarchy: ‘Panama Papers’

Story #2: ISIS Plotting to Use Drones for Nuclear Attack on West
$40 Attack Steals Police Drones from 2KM Away
US Army Hopes To Outfit Soldiers With Tiny Drones By 2018
Video: The Marines Are Building Robotic War Balls

Story #3: Saudi Arabia Prepares for Post-Oil Era by Setting Up World’s Biggest Sovereign Investment Fund
Saudi Arabia Plans $2 Trillion Megafund For Post-Oil Era
Saudi Arabia Pushes Austerity To Mitigate Latest Oil Woes
Video: ‘Bitter Lake’

#GoodNewsNextWeek: Women Are Winning With Weed + 50M research articles on line for free & a court rebukes stingray spying
Brave Granny Refuses Unconstitutional Checkpoint — She WINS!
Drug War is Crumbling: Town Converts Prison into Cannabis Grow Facility
UK Supermarket Waitrose Stops RoundUp Herbicide Sales after Consumer Pressure
Florida Limits “Policing for Profit”

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: McDonalds Responds To Minimum Wage Hikes With Coffee Kiosk
Never Mind Michigan’s Unemployment: Ford to Open Massive Mexico Plant
Mick Jagger: There’s No Satisfaction for Britain Long-Term by Remaining in the EU

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  1. Give a listen to the CFR’s The World Next Week for April 7, 2016. At 15:53 in the recording, speaking about the Panama Papers leak…

    “I think we owe a shout out to the journalists. I think we may have discovered in this that law firms aren’t very good at keeping secrets but journalists certainly are in the fact that they held on to this with so many reporters involved for about a year and nobody jumped the gun and published before any of the others so that’s an impressive example of cooperation among reporters.”

    Well, good thing for that. We’ve had collusion everywhere else in the world, It’s about time it made its way to journalism! Tuck that in your quiver for the next time you hear something like, “With so many people involved, someone would have talked!”

  2. From a anti-globalist perspective, you missed the good news that the majority of the Dutch population voted no in a referendum on the EU-Ukraine association treaty that was held on April 6.

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