Interview 1389 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Sep 20, 2018 | Interviews | 19 comments

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Story #1: Norway Officials Admit They Knew Nothing About Libya But Joined Regime Change Efforts Anyway


Norway Receives First F-35 Fighter Jets From Lockheed-Martin (Nov. 10, 2017)

The Secret Lie That Started the Afghan War

Niels Harrit Exposes the Terror War Lie

Story #2: Killer Robot Assassins To Be Sold On Black Market Advertising “Untraceable Murders”

Killer Robot Ban Blocked By “Shameful” US, Russia

How to Bet on Absolutely Anything

Crowdfunded Assassination Comic ‘CROWDED’ Optioned for Film Before First Issue Hit Stands

Story #3: There Are Now 75,000 Little Free Libraries Around the World

How to Build a Little Free Library (Plans and Blueprints)

#GoodNewsNextWeek: Sharing Food Is Not a Crime

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    • Thanks Camille.

    • Also, when thinking about these incoming drone wars, does anyone really see any sense in two “nations” sending off a bunch of robots to face each other on the trench torn battlefield? It really makes no sense (even less so than regular warfare) wouldn’t it just be easier to create a really mean simulation instead? Whoever wins the “battle” gets the contested area, the local population needen’t even know about the “takeover,” they will know.

      Living in the woods is going to be SWEET.

  1. I liked the humor at the end when James and James had their inside joke going.

    • “I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. [laughs] Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like [coughs] tears in rain. Time to die.”

      ‘Tears In Rain’ is the final monologue of the Replicant Roy Batty in the movie Blade Runner. It is much quoted and has been described as “perhaps the most moving death soliloquy in cinematic history”. The final form of the speech was improvised by Rutger Hauer, the actor who delivers it.

      Coincidently, I watched this movie about 3 weeks ago on a VHS.

      • That’s an excellent closing scene of an iconic antihero film.

  2. Scientists Want to Turn Consciousness On and Off Like a Light Switch

    The latest TSM issue ties in nicely with the robot stories from this week’s episode. It talks about turning people into robots and closes with a pertinent questions “when do we stop being humans.” Were/are Luddites onto something, after all?

  3. I have a feeling the more links I post, less valuable they will seem, but this video is very interesting for a number of reasons.

    Do You Have Any Firearms – I Dont Answer Questions – Oath Violator Steven G. Ross 129331

    Basically, there is no way to tell whom is being truthful in this event, the “offender” may have been bating the cops to make the video, but most of their conduct wasn’t exemplary. I do think he didn’t help his cause by blowing the lid like that in the end, but there appears to be some piled up angst behind his words.

    Anyway, what I found most interesting are the reactions in the comments sections. Now, there are two possibilities: these people are not people but bots or, best case scenario, shills. Or they are extreme sycophants.

    • At 2:51, the cop admits that he “pulls people over all the time” on this speed trap.

      One night, my wife and I were traveling back south from Oklahoma to the Dallas area. In a far, far north suburb of Dallas a cop pulled us over and cited us for speeding 15 miles per hour over the speed limit. It didn’t make sense, because I had the cruise control on. I realized that a car had passed us going at a much higher speed just prior to being pulled over. But I was ruffled by the stop and didn’t bring it up.

      So, after setting a court date, I made a day trip for a trial in this far north suburb.
      The judge knew the cop on a first name basis.
      The cop was kind of smug and confident.
      I told my story to the judge…’cruise control at the speed limit’, dark, lots of traffic, car(s) passing me.
      The judge found in my favor, and tried to gracefully tell the cop to be more sure with his radar. It was a sensitive situation for the judge, because he didn’t want to piss off his friend.
      And, the next case was also a lady who, like me, was given a ticket for speeding while her car was on cruise control.

      Like you said mkey, the comment section is interesting. It definitely does not contain ‘diplomatic’ comments.

      • What you reference here is reflected in the “part 3” video, “part 1” being the one I linked above. In it, the lieutenant handling the FOIA (who turns out to be one square balls to bones dude) explains how these standard radars have a cone like beam and it can indeed give of a wrong reading if the correct car hasn’t been targeted, something the cop is supposedly trained to do with this machine. At least he has a certificate for attending such training. But without a camera or any sort of a recording device, it’s all basically just hearsay.

        There’s also a possible issue with the angle at which the radio waves are bounced from the vehicle, depending on the relative position of the two vehicles. I’d say the shape of the chassis also plays a role in the measurement accuracy.

        I also found it interesting how the cop in question pulled over (or better said wrote a ticket for) only this guy on that day and not anyone lese during the following 3 or 4 days, until the FOIA happened. Who knows what’s that about, I guess it could be explained in any number of ways. Maybe he was expecting a bit too much heat so he decided to cool it a bit, I really much doubt these traffic cops may afford to not stop people for days in the row.

        Locally, it is known that traffic cops get issued orders to deliver said amount of tickets on any given day, a task for which several speed traps are setup on certain places. Like a stretch of 40kmph limit open road while before and after the stretch the limit is 70.

        Many people in the comments section possibly misunderstood how speeding is handled in Florida. The “offender” was doing 54 mph in 50 mph area, but supposedly you need to be at least 6 mph over the speed limit for it to be considered speeding. Locally, we have something like 10% or 6kmph deduction which basically means that the standard deviation of the measuring device is to be subtracted from the measurement to be in favor of the “offender.” But all of that is, I think, more of a custom than actual law in my neck of the woods.

    • (Stupid) Officer doesn’t know the law! Woman puts him in check, eloquently.

      Put a gun on an unthinking brute and you have a big problem on your hands. It’s incredible how many terrible examples of the sort are out there. Is anyone training this people? Or are they trained all to well?

  4. If ever you needed confirmation that Elon Musk is a deep state tool, that Joe Rogan episode certainly provides it.
    Speaking of Joe Rogan: in episode #771 Eddie Bravo summarizes and highly recommends How Big Oil Conquered the World to millions of viewers.
    I’m sure many of you have already seen it but I just came across it recently and it made my day.

    • Joe Rogan #771 Eddie Bravo summarizes and highly recommends How Big Oil Conquered the World to millions of viewers.
      What a plug!

      This needs to be on Corbett’s “Recommended Viewing”.

    • Oh dear, Brock tried to pull a fast one on us. Nice find, Paul. That sure is some photorealistic rendering, who knows what else presented as “real” is actually animated.


    EU Votes On Punishing Hungary For Violating EU ‘Common Values’

    The European Parliament has voted for the first time to punish a country for trampling on European Union values.

    We all have the task to protect the rights of European citizens to live in a society in which pluralism, nondiscrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality between women and men prevail.

    In this spirit, the founding fathers of Europe created the European Union – to stick to the rule of law in every situation.

    Orban also warned the vote could tear the European Union apart. That’s a widely held concern here in Europe given the risk of a backlash by the growing number of voters who question the EU’s migration policy and liberal values.

  6. About these libraries, nearly 30 years ago, the little town we lived in had a lg room in the town hall that was unused. Some volunteers turned it into a “give and take shop.” People would come to leave everything from clothes to kitchen gadgets to books to toys. A few years later when we moved to the downtown of a small city, I continued the habit of sharing with our neighbors by leaving various things, including books, out on the front yard. I share mostly books and plants these days. Is this supposed to be a new idea?

    I am glad that it’s taking off, but really, this is absolutely nothing new. Reminds me of the know-it-all kids who spout their “genius” at being frugal with the goal of retiring early. They actually think they invented it. Ugh.

    I look at millennials and wonder if we were this ignorant. I suppose it’s an age old question. 😉

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