Interview 1446 – James Corbett on The Post-Carbon Energy Eugenics Hoax

by | Jun 1, 2019 | Interviews | 27 comments

James Corbett joins Ricky Varandas of The Ripple Effect and Jeffrey Wilson and Pat Miletich of Conspiracy Farm for another roundtable swapcast. This time they break down the history of Big Oil carbon eugenics agenda and the future of the technocratic post-carbon world.

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  1. Interesting point about “Blood and Gore” being difficult to search for.

    I call it “name space pollution” – a term borrowed from programming where different entities get confused because they share the same name.

    A lot of the time it is accidental, every manufacturer of toasters wants to call their product a “Quantum” because it makes their otherwise boring product sound exciting.

    At other times I think it is quite deliberate, for example Elon Musk calling the company “Tesla”

    • I’m sure there is a perfectly plausible explanation. Maybe Gore was helping a butcher friend clean up after a job. Or he was taking part in shooting a remake of Texas chainsaw massacre. Or he wanted to reenact in his home the mythological scene from Shining for Halloween. Or his daughter couldn’t go empty-handed to Betty Ford. Or he lost a bet to a Rockefeller. Or he was testing airport security.

  2. Google Just Gave 2 Billion Chrome Users A Reason To Switch To Firefox

    9to5Google highlighted a single sentence buried in the text of Google’s response to the complaints, which clarified the changes: “Chrome is deprecating the blocking capabilities of the webRequest API in Manifest V3, not the entire webRequest API (though blocking will still be available to enterprise deployments).”

    In other words, paid enterprise-only users will still have the ability to block unwanted content. It probably means enterprise customers can develop in-house Chrome extensions, not for ad blocking use, 9to5Google says. For everyone else, the changes announced in January will remain the same.

    It’s annoying, to say the least, but the reason for these changes is obvious: Ads are at the heart of Google’s business model.

    Hit them where it really hurts.

  3. Hello, new guy. The rabbit hole goes deep, keep an open mind and your eyes peeled.

  4. Great discussion gents. One recurring theme was the nuance of taking a position and having some extrapolated point thrown at that position as a smear. This I believe has been labelled non linear psychological warfare in which any opposition cannot establish itself because it can’t define itself clearly enough to be understood in a 30 second sound bite against the continuous sound track of controlled agenda.
    This short clip explains this concept more clearly:

  5. Welcome to the forum new guy. Congrats on having found it and signing up. We can always use another country/world perspective.

  6. ‘manbearpig’ has provided some excellent supporting info in answer to your query.

    Bottom line is that if we do not pay close and constant attention to our country’s so-called leaders OR we dally in doing so believing ‘someone else’ will do it our freedoms/rights quickly fall prey to TPTsnB–those who selfishly take power to form a kinigdom/fiefdom for themselves. These individuals must be watched continuously or rights and freedoms for the rest go right out the window.

    You may know this quote from American history? After the 1787 Constitutional Convention, upon emerging from the meeting, Benjamin Franklin was asked “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” With no hesitation, Franklin responded, “A REPUBLIC, IF YOU CAN KEEP It.”

    Our job is constant vigilance.

  7. Hate to complain but have to.

    When anyone on this forum posts video information links could you please post links that appear somewhere other than YouTube (YT)? Most do have multiple site links. I stopped using YT many years ago because of their policies. I do not support them with my clicks nor should you. Having stated that, as a commenter you’ve taken time to post an information link. I would like to learn from your findings but not if it requires going to YT. Thanks.

    • That’s a very commendable policy. However, I will offer for consideration that occasionally viewing a YouTube video might not be so bad.
      As long as you have an ad blocker enabled, you’re probably hurting YouTube/Google more than you’re supporting them, because you’re using up their bandwidth.

      • I have an ad blocker, of course. I didn’t think most people surfed the net these days without one. It’s practically digital suicide otherwise. However, no action of the public takes as much away from sites like YT as does walking away and ignoring them–boycot. Maximum pain. Besides just going to the YT site supports a larger traffic count for them.

  8. No doubt there are many people who go along with (or at least stay silent about) the climate change lie because they view it as a small price to pay in order to usher in a future without corporations and industries that can get away with doing virtually anything for money; including poisoning and murdering the inhabitants of this planet.

    I think it would be very helpful if James could put together a short list of things which demonstrate that the people behind the climate change lies (the technocrats) don’t actually care about such things; that they’re actually heartless people.

    • Planned obsolescence is proof that the people behind climate change don’t care about the planet or the life on it.
      It is just pollution for the sake of pollution, no one has to give anything up to illuminate it. It only benifits a few in power by keeping the remainder of us poor and under their control.
      Most alarmists avoid the subject as it doesn’t fit with them excerting religious superiority over you.

      • Optimum, good point on pollution. Im from the heartland where coal fired plants were big. Lots of stockpiled coal fly ash stored here. The pollution , to me seems the same as the fluoride pollution in Florida. What do you do to get rid of it fairly?
        Give everyone a little in their drinking water nation wide to protect citizens teeth. Same with the coal fly ash . Give everyone a little to breath in their air from Solar Radiation Management so citizens don’t die from hyperthermia Heat stroke !
        Different pollution same playbook. Smiling citizens just chilling. Its a kind of dumb religion. Accepted in almost every state.

      • Planned obsolescence is good for the economy, the global religion with most loyal zealots. Nothing comes even close to it.

    • That guy expects people to defend man-made climate change without an appeal to authority? Is he nuts?

  9. If a carbon tax on a carbon based planet can be had that would be a tax on everything. Good work if you can get it….. 🙁

  10. Land of the Fee. Home of the slave…. 🙁

  11. This issue stands as a testament to the colossal success of the public schooling system. It’s been so successful that we now have generations of people who never fostered an original thought (at a rate higher than 99% I would dare to venture) or asked themselves at any point in time how is it that these things they believe are true are indeed true bringing up generations of people who are that much more detached from the real world and logical reasoning. Politics and dogma are to humanity what the famed meteor was to the mighty dinosaur*.

    *assuming they existed at some point in time.

  12. ‘A Cottage for Sale’ 🙂

    • Thanks. I love it when these liars are caught.

      • Homey and Mkey , when your lies and job come into conflict. This is hard to watch, she is Sophi 2.0? I don’t know quite what to say about this and that’s a concern. I rely on your judgment. Its so…??? hard to find a place for this.

        • Acting lessons payed off, I’d say. 50% reduction is not enough, I guess we’re doomed.

          Damned carbon, first it gave all life to Earth during millions of years and now it’s going to take everything away in less then a decade. Who writes this stuff?

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