Interview 1294 – James Corbett on Declare Your Independence

by | Aug 24, 2017 | Interviews | 4 comments

James joins Ernest Hancock on “Declare Your Independence” for their bi-monthly round-up of stories from across The Corbett Report universe. This time they discuss how everything old is new again as all the things James has been documenting for years finally starts to reach the public consciousness.

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  1. This guy reminded me of a cartoon character, almost like something out of Alice in Wonderland. His style grew on me as the podcast went on though.

  2. While I know that is probably just Ernest’s radio personality, I spent the majority of my time listening laughing at the monumental differences in style. I could just see James cringing at some of what he was saying. Having said that, I liked Ernest’s style and felt that this really helped expand his and James’ market by introducing two completely different audiences to each other. It was a hoot as we tend to say down here in the warmer parts of the US of Anarchy. Jim

  3. Thought I’d post this little gem here. It has nothing to do with the subject, but for those of you interested in government not needing any stinkin’ warrants, you might find this interesting. Out of Activist Post:

  4. Re: the Library of Babel
    a. thank you that was very informative
    b. the true guidepost, which anyone can access to sort out information overload is physical reality check. One way is to triangulate bits and pieces of personal experience to determine that information is a lie
    c. reality check comes at the small community level as each of us use our skills to create the life we want and generate the wealth we need. This is another reason why small self sufficient community development is the answer: we touch reality each day as a check on our work and generally dont need cell phones, googles, NSA, the internet of things, which instead are used to ensnare the city dwellers who live in vicarious reality.
    d. as a scientist I am kind of sad to see the end of science (the low hanging fruit was picked 50-100 years ago now just idiotically trivial relationships are “researched” as “science”). But the skills of a scientist-philosoph are needed more than ever in this new world. The last dark ages was exited via the scientific method and this new emerging dark age requires similar philosoph scientist-like mind to survive and prosper regarding the info overload.

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