Interview 1412 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Jan 17, 2019 | Interviews | 8 comments

Welcome back 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. This week:

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Story #1: May’s Government Survives No Confidence Vote

Brexit: May Calls On MPs From All Parties To “Put Self-Interest Aside”

Gun Gets By TSA During US Government Shutdown

Government Shutdown Brings “Uncharted Territory” For Upcoming Superb Owl Ritual

Pelosi Urges Trump To Delay State of the Union Until Government Shutdown Ends

Democrats Vacation With Lobbyists Amid Government Shutdown

The Real Problem with Brexit and The Irish Border

No, This Shutdown Does Not Look Like Liberty

Story #2: White House Considering Former Pepsi CEO For World Bank President

White House Considering Indra Nooyi to Head World Bank

Wikipedia: Indra Nooyi

The Specter Of Donald Trump Is Haunting The World Bank (Sep. 2, 2016)

So What Does the World Bank Do Exactly?

Story #3: Cops Can’t Force People to Unlock Their Phones With Biometrics, Court Rules

PDF: U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California Ruling On Biometric Unlocking Of Smartphones

PDF: Previous Ruling On Police And Smartphone Passwords

Social Media’s “10 Year Challenge” Is Just a Harmless Meme—Right?

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  1. At the 16:30 mark of this Interview 1412 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato, Corbett mentions the “10 Year Challenge” with…
    When False Flags Don’t Fly (under 8 minutes)

  2. There is an important point to be made about mental preparation to resist “authority”, far too many people react with abject fear when some punk flashes are a badge in their face. Gun is just an added bonus, badge and uniform is where the money is.

  3. I worry that James is less happy than he used to be.
    Not because of his demeanor in this video, but just in general.

    Maybe because the feeling of newness is wearing off; the feeling of entering new chapter of life.

    Maybe because he’s researching nasty people and their nasty deeds all the time.

    Maybe because he’ll put an enormous amount of quality work into a project and it just ends up being sort of glossed over without receiving even remotely the degree of acknowledgment, appreciation and circulation it deserves. People sort of just consume it and say thanks, then sit waiting for the next project.

    Maybe because he now feels trapped into this line of work because he has two kids to support and seeking a different income source at this point would be risky.

    Maybe because he has learned — and does a very good job of sharing — how this world came to be the way it is and what direction we need to take to fix it, yet most of the population is still going in the opposite direction.

    Maybe all of those things. Maybe none of them. I should probably just mind my own business but I really like the guy (more than most of my own friends & family) and really hope he doesn’t end up growing miserable doing this work.

    • That’s one happy Del if I ever saw one. I does look like strides for the better are being made, but this story cuts right into all that is wrong about this world which has been crafted to keep us confined within its perimeter, it’s not merely only about vaccines and various chemical.

  4. Voters are just beggars, lower down on the social scale compared to the homeless beggar on the street begging for food.

    The beggar on the street at least has the choice of who they beg from, the voter on other hand is forced to beg from the very people who stole all they had in the first place.

    • I like the way you said that.

    • I think it’s actually quite worse than that.

      Beggars act of their own volition (and necessity) and don’t infringe upon anyone. Maybe some people get “offended” when approaching a beggar, but most beggars I have come into contact with were, well, agorists. They act on their own and they don’t demand anything.

      Voters, on the other hand, beg those who are in higher places than themselves for “free” stuff while in exchange they give their consent for violence that is going to be bestowed upon those who are to provide aforementioned “free” stuff.

      I think I just kicked off a mini midlife crisis.

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