Interview 1480 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Sep 19, 2019 | Interviews | 22 comments

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Story #1: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Claims to Know Who Really Killed His Father and is Out to Prove It

FLNWO #40 – James Ellroy’s ‘American Tabloid’

Episode 220 – The Strange Case of Sirhan Sirhan

Story #2: The Secret History of Fort Detrick, the CIA’s Base for Mind Control Experiments

The Mad Scientist Behind America’s Mind-Control Quest With LSD

#NewWorldNextWeek Flashback: House to Pentagon – Did You Weaponize Ticks?

Mind Control and Understanding ‘Shutter Island’

Story #3: Court Says FBI Must Destroy Memos Calling a Threat

The FBI vs. Secret Documents Reveal Government Spy-And-Smear Campaign

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      The hunt for money is moving into high gear in Germany. Prior to 2017, it was possible to buy gold anonymously in quantities up to €15,000. In 2017, this limit was reduced to €10,000. Now, Merkel has drastically reduced this limit to just €2,000 beginning in 2020. Any transaction greater than that amount requires the buyer to prove their identity and give their data to the gold trader…

      …Merkel is not satisfied with imposing just a price limitation. She also wants to introduce the 50-gram rule, which would apply regardless of price. For physical gold buyers, this means they will not be able to buy a 50-gram ingot (1.60754 troy ounces) without the gold trader taking personal data and saving it for five years. This certainly applies if you tried to buy just two one ounces coins.

      Merkel has formally justified this change in the laws on gold as a step in the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing.

      The government studies show that out of 77,252 cases registered in 2018 that suspected terrorism financing, only 175 cases involved precious metals.

      Terrorism has been a real windfall for governments since 9/11.
      They have increased their powers globally and probably send thank you cards to the terrorists for handing them the excuse to create total financial surveillance that they use in the hunt for taxes….

    • Buying Investment grade Silver in Europe
      Value Added Tax – VAT (article from 2016)
      …To give Silver investors a view of the existing VAT rates on Silver coins and bars in Europe we have provided a table below:
      Austria 20%
      Belgium 21%
      Denmark 25%
      France 20%
      Germany 7%
      Italy 22% – Will increase to 24% in 2017
      Ireland 23%
      Luxembourg 17%
      Netherlands 21%
      Spain 21%
      United Kingdom 20%
      As you can see the VAT rates in some European countries is quite high. When investing in the precious metals, high Silver VAT rates have resulted in many Europeans choosing Gold over Silver….
      ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~
      (Clipped from a 2017 article)…
      From the following perspective, silver is evidently and substantially more undervalued compared to gold.

      According to the annual survey reports from Thomson Reuters, there are 71,578 tons of ‘identifiable above-ground’ silver stocks.
      Compare this to the 187,200 tons of above-ground gold stocks. There is actually lesser identifiable silver than gold above-ground….


  1. Full court press to push for the zero carbon agenda


    The Electrifying Path to Net Zero Carbon
    Citi GPS: Global Perspectives & Solutions
    19 September 2019

    This one raised a smile with me – how can electronic cash fit in his scenario

    To decarbonize we must decomputerize: why we need a Luddite revolution

    Desperation or what – they will be proposing cannibalism next ! ….oh wait….

    • On page 23 and 24 of the Citibank’s “Path to Net Zero Carbon”, is a chart (Fig. 12).
      Note that the top culprits of “Global Warming Potential of Greenhouse Gases over a 100-year Timescale” are fluoridated chemicals by an overwhelming high margin. i.e. SF6, PFC, HFC
      Carbon Dioxide doesn’t even rank.

      Fluoridated Chemicals and Global Warming/Zero Carbon
      These global warming pushers don’t even understand their own literature. They keep talking about carbon dioxide as the worse thing to hit the planet.

      The Fluoride Action Network has a news feed which logs news stories surrounding fluoride.

      This recently was on their newsfeed. September 13, 2019 BBC
      It’s the most powerful greenhouse gas known to humanity, and emissions have risen rapidly in recent years, the BBC has learned.
      Sulphur hexafluoride, or SF6

      (the graphics and short videos are good)

    • yeah, that little b1tch Greta Thunberg alongside the California Synagogue Shooter from some months ago & of course Adam Lanza, the infamous Sandy Hook shooter, were set up to give autistic people like me a pretty bad name, & its so unfortunate. It would be so nice to see this sh1thole planet become a much place for everyone including Neurodiversity folks like me.
      I think it’s also disturbing to autistic guys like me fall into the Incel trap, & believe me that Incels are awful. Plus, I find it depressing that morons online falsely accuse me of being an incel, when in reality I’m not.
      Incels were known to kill abuncha women, yeah they’re an awful vocal minority.
      Can’t autistic people like me have better more positive role models besides Temple Grandin (shes known to make humane improvements for ciw slaughterhouses) & Satoshi Tajiri (who’s the original creator of the Pokemon video game franchise BTW)

  2. Besides the book you described, Lisa Pease in her recent (2018?) book about RFK also claims that Caeser was the likely murderer of RFK.

    • Lisa says Cesar shot RFK, but that another shooter delivered the fatal shot. She believes there were three or four shooters.

      • Rob3267, got to go with Occums Razor sometimes.

  3. Story #2 on NewWorldNextWeek Sidney Gottlieb
    One link goes to the September 16, 2019 New York Post article which references a recently published book.

    Melissa Dykes of TruthStreamMedia talks about this recent book, Gottlieb and the prescribed swim lane.
    QUEUED video (a few minutes or more)

  4. Current news regarding Saudi Arabia and the oil production attack…

    This is a good read.
    September 19, 2019 – Zero Hedge
    Pepe Escobar: “How The Houthis Overturned The Chessboard”

    Terms like “hybrid warfare” and “asymmetrical warfare” are coming to the forefront.

    Wikipedia states…
    Hybrid warfare is a military strategy which employs political warfare and blends conventional warfare, irregular warfare and cyberwarfare with other influencing methods, such as fake news, diplomacy, lawfare and foreign electoral intervention.

    Asymmetric warfare (or asymmetric engagement) is war between belligerents whose relative military power differs significantly, or whose strategy or tactics differ significantly.

  5. Apologies James didn’t know where to put this climate change info.

    Have you seen this research from a couple of Irish scientists looking at actual weather balloon data. Seems the atmosphere is in Thermodynamic Equilibrium which puts the dampner on the Climate Models. Above my head as a layman but thought it might interest you and your subscribers.

    Their research is published on Open Peer Review Journal

    Their website is

      • Should be the Saturday night , keeping it real, and with swing, Corbett anthem, Les McCann and Eddy Harris. Montreux Jazz festival 1969. Things never change, compared to what

        • MBP your mom was Grace Kelly beutiful! Fantastic.
          The rest of this nectar reminds me of sherry.a ‘s comment in the fables program.
          No fruit is ripe before its time and when it goes over it should be replanted. Or something to that effect. 1958 was planted and grew to the 1969 jazz scene, then where does it go?. Off the Rockefeller railroad rails of the future.
          Sundays rant not as fun as Saturday night. That film is a gem a real treasure. And your Mom too !

    • This is heresy, who do these drunk Irishmen think they are, this is not science. You need funding and grants and government handouts for conducting science. The science on this is settled, who the hell do these guys think they are? Didn’t they get the memo?!

      * Mr. Gore, you can send my payment to

  6. A very informative Q&A on the Saudi oil attacks, written by Louis-Vincent Gave. In the pages below, Louis seeks to answer some of the week’s most pressing questions, namely:

    Why did the attacks take place?
    Who stands to benefit the most from the current mess?
    Who loses from the attacks?
    Should investors buy or sell bonds?
    Why hasn’t oil risen more in the days following the attack?

    • Interesting read.

      After Corbett’s “Aesop’s Fables” ( ) , the following
      EXCERPT from your article about Saudi Arabia caught my eye:

      “Question #1: Why?
      You may have heard the story of the camel and the scorpion. The scorpion wants to cross the river and asks the camel to carry him across.
      The camel answers: “If I give you a ride on my back, you will sting me and I will die.”
      The scorpion replies: “But if do that, I will die too.”
      Persuaded, the camel agrees to carry the scorpion across. But in the middle of the river, the scorpion stings the camel.
      As the poison takes hold, the camel asks: “Why did you do that? Now we will both die”.
      The scorpion replies: “Yes. This is the Middle East”.

  7. For our Canadian friends.

    “Why you should be concerned about Canada”

    For the past 10 years, global central banks have created policies to artificially suppress interest rates to the lowest levels ever recorded.

    Included in this strategy has been a deliberate strategy to create negative interest rates which have subsequently created an enormous financial bubble in global bond markets.

    While this bubble and associated risks are known to a small section of global investors, Canada remains highly complacent to the risks involved and have demonstrated a lack of appreciation of how risks outside of Canada, can actually create financial stress within Canada.

    The latest issue of the IceCap Global Outlook shares our view on Canadian Provincial Debt markets and why we believe it has a high probability of evolving into a significant liquidity event for Canadian investors.

  8. As the 70th anniversary of the People´s Republic of China on October 1st draws near, the Communist Party is reasserting its claim to all-encompassing leadership.

    In the new MERICS China Monitor we analyze how Xi’s administration engineered the institutional restructuring of the governance system by re-designing decision-making processes, codifying CCP rule and ideology in laws and regulations, and extending the CCP’s reach into society.

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