Interview 1307 – James Corbett on Fault Lines

by | Oct 16, 2017 | Interviews | 10 comments

Today James joins Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan of Sputnik Radio’s Fault Lines to discuss the rise of independent online media and the decline of the dinosaur media paradigm.

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  1. I always hear that Incubator story, but I never actually saw it when it first aired. I was in Panama (FTArmy), and then went over there. I know, silly statist. I can tell you that my experience and the media show I saw years later in various YouTube videos were completely different wars. I know, I should have given a warning first. I’m sure most of you are shocked and possibly having coronaries. Nice interview, you certainly won’t ever hear this topic being discussed on the tv.

    P.S. First! 🙂

  2. Hola ManBearPig and inventor of the internet and global warming! When I read your comment about the power of symbols, it reminded me of an incident that I saw in Desert Storm.
    We were supposed to be going out to raid an Iraqi outpost. While we were loading up in our trucks, a chaplain (catholic) was coming by and blessing the troops. Having been raised baptist, though of no religious belief, I was fascinated by the power of his arm waving and mutterings. Though I doubt any of the soldiers were truly devout (if they were followers of a loving god, then why were they professional killers?), these gestures calmed their fears. I have never understood this, as I am a believer in rational thought, but I have always been impressed as to how otherwise reasonable people could allow themselves to be controlled by someone else just waving their arms and saying that god would protect them in their holy mission to murder their fellow men. Such a strange world we live in.

    • Oh yes, while I don’t believe in religion, I do believe in God. I just think religion is for man, not any god. It’s true that rationality has its’ limitations, and beyond it lies the realm of compassion and imagination, but for the main; I think it works just fine. By the way, great job on your New World Order! JimBob

      • From the “Southern Verbal Dictionary”

        “Jim Bob” defined (sort of)
        ”Bob” gets added on occasion if you live in the south. The addition of “Bob” is very similar to the title of Don or Doña in the Spanish speaking world. High praise indeed.

        Video of Dallas Councilman talking to T-Bob, a dentist. (10 seconds)
        (Note: “Doctor Davis” was not used. T-Bob was used.)

      • I saw that video you posted one time about Al Gore and manbearpig. Funny. It had no reverence for Mr. Gore.

      • I only eat super cereal. It activates my super sarcasm powers!

      • I loved the top definition. That Trey and Matt are too stupid to argue the facts, so they just poke fun at Al. I always enjoy having my faith in the stupidity and gullibility of humanity confirmed. Still don’t know what super cereal is though. I’m guessing it’s grits, as that’s what’s on my breakfast menu. JimBob

    • Having grown up in the southern US, I had been brainwashed by our culture into believing in the old honor in war mentality. I grew out of it. Was I calmed? No. At that time, I was recently divorced from a hellish marriage and dying seemed okay to me. Not to mention I was a statist. A true believer. That was already going bye-bye by that time, but not all the way yet. Would I still murder my fellow man? Only in the manner acceptable to the non-aggression principle. The only flag I respect anymore is the Pirate flag. At least the pirates weren’t lying.

    • I’m extremely afraid that we are eternal beings. I want to transcend and lights out.

  3. “Secret” Bilderberg yearly meetings was one of the first conspiracy proven true in the early Internet days, so they eventually got a website and started making news releases…so the WaPopo is just late at it like usual. Who’s the guy with the Snowden documents over there, is he going to release more stuff or that train has run its course? DIA says they are certain he has over 3 million documents…I think he didn’t choose to stay in Russia, he was heading to somewhere in the jungle in South America but then thought it was too dangerous to do so and he’s got one hell of a bargaining chip if they even tried to get him over in Russia…so I guess we only get a few documents a year through the Intercept regarding Snowden and that’ll be it, unless he finds it expedient to his security that he has the Intercept release something that totally embarrasses the US gov, the Worst Thing In The World, of course.

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