Interview 1492 – Modeling Solutions with Luke Rudkowski

by | Nov 5, 2019 | Interviews | 6 comments

James joins Luke of WeAreChange for a discussion about some of the bigger truths behind the news headlines. Why does the establishment media (and the so-called alternatives who merely chase the MSM’s tail) focus on hate, fear and paralysis? Can we model solutions and cooperation? Is there a way to overcome our natural human tendencies to defend our team regardless of the truth? Find out in this far-reaching conversation.

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  1. Great summary guys!

    Indeed, I do see a trend in independent media (Esp. Alex Jones) to now be on “Trump’s side”. Although I like Trump – I know he is not squeaky clean politically speaking, and the death of the Isis leader (whom apparently has four or more lives) is certainly proof of that.

    Although Trump seems anti-establishment, his cabinet and other advisors are very much a part of it. (For example, Pompeo and others remain and are still influential).

    Take also 2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard – whom is undoubtedly against the regime-change wars. However, she is a member of the CFR (cue nightmare organ music)!

    Anyhoo, both you and Luke I see as truly not caught up in the left/right divide…and I sincerely appreciate that.

    Don’t get me wrong, I still respect Alex Jones…it’s just that he seems to be passing a blind eye to Trump’s apparent faults.

  2. QUOTE from ManBearPig

    Mr. Corbett’s big Truth
    “Human nature is human nature and will never change and most people don’t really want truth”.

  3. I tend to see the mental gymnastics happen when you or any other independent researcher puts forward evidence that anthropocentric climate change is a sham. It’s pretty annoying to see relatively free thinkers hit a brick wall when factual information goes counter to one of their core beliefs, especially a belief that was created from obvious propaganda.

    No one is saying pollution is good but to see the only environmental subject in the forefront being about carbon when there’s literally plastic pollution everywhere including the Arctic and in our own bodies and the exorbitant amount of toxic chemicals/heavy metals in the food, air and water. Don’t even get me started on desertification and lack of nutrients in our food caused by monoculture and factory farming. Nevermind those obvious and tangible dangers everyone, it’s the carbon dioxide that you’re exhaling that’s the real perceived threat to the natural world. Stophaving children, pay a carbon tax and live in a smart supercity. /s

  4. I felt the same surprise that it was JC who was expressing this gloomy truth, well, “seeming” truth. He personifies positive energy!

  5. Most people really don’t want truth. AGREE and I’m not at all startled by your statement, James. You are correct.

    Proof? Ask anyone who has spent time among the psychologcial professions working directly with clients. Truth hurts people who have built a ‘belief system’ around a thing, place, person, process, report, study, whatever. I ‘believe in’ this or that is just one big juicy rationalization to stop or remove the pain of knowing a truth and to prevent incorporating its fact(s) which must lead to personal change when acknowledged. Truth is painful when change is the end result.

    I’m more surprised that anyone here takes exception to or is startled by his statement. I doubt he’s made a truer one. James, like anyone, has opinions, too.

    HOWEVER, he also stated, very clearly, thereafter that most people do not want truth IF . . .”it hurts them in what they’ve constucted their identity around’. As I said, juicy rationalization.

  6. I’m totally with you as well since I;m also a leftist who trusts the Corbett Report, although I don’t always agree with James Corbett on certain things, but he\’s an honest dude.

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