Interview 1508 – Declare Your Independence From the New World Order

by | Jan 13, 2020 | Interviews | 22 comments

Recorded December 18, 2019. James joins Ernest Hancock for his bi-monthly appearance on Declare Your Independence to discuss the New (multipolar) World Order, the false hope of the BRICS, and how to overcome (not weaponize) learned helplessness.

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Episode 369 – Globalization is Dead. Long Live the New World Order!

Episode 090 – Our Leaders Are Psychopaths

Corbett Report Radio 070 – Overcoming Learned Helplessness

‘Learned Helplessness’ & Torture: An Exchange

B.F. Skinner’s “Walden Two” – FLNWO #17

Episode 189 – Choose Life

Only Love Can Defeat the New World Order


  1. 25.52 mins in Ernie asks: “What are we up against?”

    My answer is this: We’re up against ourselves, against our own laziness. Most people are terrified of taking responsibility for their own lives, so they search for someone “in authority” to do the difficult things for them. It could be a government, and/or a lawyer, a movie star, Jesus, the aliens – anyone but themselves! Someone to put on a pedestal and take away the tough job of running their own lives.

    Then we’re surprised when unscrupulous people come along and take advantage of our laziness.

  2. 25:52 mins. in Ernie asks ” what are we up against?” Eerily quiet reply.

    I asked a similar question, name the industrialists, mining, oil and whatever’s monopolist financiers name and that would be a good start. Seems the Milner group hid in plan sight for 40 years. Here’s the question from the other day.

    Who directed the CIA to action? Seems easy enough to ask. Paris ?
    Alan Watt suggests you have to be somebody.

    • What are we up against? And the meek called to the gods to come down and intervene in the wretched affairs of men which had befallen them.
      New Jersey Jan. 13 , 2020.
      Lets see what tomorrow brings.

      • I must tell you that HighWire was almost 4 hours live streamed. Please skip ahead to the closing comments around 3:44 mark to get the jist.

        • Now its the next day . Dr.Shiva Ayyadurai on the 4 lessons learned in New Jersey on Vaccination exemptions. I like his decentralization approach and his bottom up organizing. Then we will talk Fluoride Action Network news.

          Dr. Shiva analysis ;

          • This should be of some encouragement, this has been a week of small victories. Thanks to a reminder from HomeRemedySupply I was motivated to act, as it connected with the past, In my youth when the mother of my children and I acted on procreation. We, with malice and forthought decided to act against establishment guideline and had children using The Bradley Method of natural child birth.
            No drug em up drag em out for us. Nutrition, clean Water and natural birth. We were told then of fluoride dangers and drank filtered water for years.
            Today I received a hand addressed thank you, news letter and reciept via snail mail from the (F.A.N.) Fluoride Action Network. Grass roots all the way. The thank you and news are genuine. The news is, final total was 1024 people gave almost $ 138,000. Their goal was $ 250,000.
            Down in the body of the news was this ” More than anything else we need to warn pregnant women and parents of the dangers to both the fetal and the infant brain from unnecessary exposure to fluoride.”
            The TSCA lawsuit will be heard on April 20th . The webpage for support and news is.
            Thank you Homey for remindinding me of what was and always will be my duty as a father. Protecting children.

            • WoW!
              That is so cool!
              So cool!

          • Now its the third day . While driving back to Boston Dr. Shiva gets the news the New Jersey Senate has re-introduced the vaccine exemptions denial bill. He gives an off the cuff response. He decries where all the troubles come from.


  3. “Take away people’s hope and their chance for a livelihood for themselves and their families and what we see is the rise of the psychopathic mind and authoritarian personality. One need to only witness the horrific weekly shootings: be they at Malls, schools, military bases, post offices, the streets or within families. This and rising suicide rates are all a result of a sociopathic system and a tiny psychotic minority who rule like corporate monarchs.

    The American people are literally going mad due to the labyrinth of despair they are forced to trek. Time to wake up America and expropriate the expropriators before they create civil war and fascism.”

    Trickle down economics & the rise of the new sociopathic class

  4. Well descried. Living in Canada, I’ve been following themythiscanada for a while. The book Ho Canada is also a good read for those interested the constitutional stuff, or lack of. Cal Washington’s research has provided assistance.

    Check out the Justinian Deception for info on UNIDROIT and on birth certificates, both of them. I posted some links at a recent post.

  5. “Curt Richter already in 1957 had described the “hopelessness” phenomenon in rats (“a reaction of hopelessness is shown by some wild rats very soon after being grasped in the hand and prevented from moving. They seem literally to give up,”) and even how to cure their hopelessness, by allowing them to have an experience of escaping once (Richter, 1957, 1958). Rats which would normally be able to keep swimming in a tank for two or three days, would often give up and drown in just a few minutes, after having an experience of “inescapable stress.” Richter made the important discovery that the hearts of the hopeless rats slowed down before they died, remaining relaxed and filled with blood, revealing the dominant activity of the vagal nerve, secreting acetylcholine.”

    Extracted from:

    • Chris, Thanks for the link!

      Of interest to me, and on a “what we can do to better conditions for ourselves and children” perspective…
      …this experiment shows that an environment can provide both limitations and opportunities for expanding the inherited potential…
      …An opportunity to be complexly involved in a complex environment lets us become more of what we are, more humanly differentiated.

      A series of experiments that started at the University of California in 1960 found that rats that lived in larger spaces with various things to explore were better at learning and solving problems than rats that were raised in the standard little laboratory cages (Krech, et al., 1960).
      Studying their brains, they found that the enzyme cholinesterase, which destroys the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, was increased.
      They later found that the offspring of these rats were better learners than their parents, and their brains contained more cholinesterase. Their brains were also larger, with a considerable thickening of the cortex, which is considered to be the part mainly responsible for complex behavior, learning and intelligence.

      These processes aren’t limited to childhood. For example, London taxi drivers who learn all the streets in the city develop a larger hippocampus, an area of the brain involved with memory….

      I often will take supplements, such as acetyl-carnitine which can not only help increase energy for an old man like me, but also help with mental activity.
      And there are other mental facilitating supplements/nutrients, such as phosphatidylserine. phosphatidylcholine, etc.
      Lecithin contains these to some extent.

      Anyway, it all really clicked with me when I saw the choline and it’s breakdown enzyme, cholinesterase, in the link you mentioned.

      • artemis,
        I agree. The whole array of proper nutrients (e.g. fatty acids, minerals) plays such an important role in how beings function.

        While the “nicotinic acetylcholine receptors” information clicked with me, actually what I found very relevant from a non-nutritional aspect was…

        “…rats that lived in larger spaces with various things to explore were better at learning and solving problems than rats that were raised in the standard little laboratory cages…”
        “…These processes aren’t limited to childhood.
        For example, London taxi drivers who learn all the streets in the city develop a larger hippocampus, an area of the brain involved with memory….

        My personal take-away is that there is tremendous value in exploring the REAL WORLD vs the virtual world.
        Lots of real distance space and real objects.
        Not the 18 inch arm length, confined view and small print space of a phone.
        Just taking a walk can be very therapeutic as it extroverts a person to notice objects at distances, far and near.

        Back in the 1950’s, my Mother would let me and my younger brother roam and explore all over the place.
        Catching horny toads and lizards, building forts, digging holes, playing Cowboys and Indians with fellow kids around the block utilizing makeshift ‘spears’ and ‘arrows’, climbing cliffs in ravines, etc.
        The main rule: “Just be home before dark.”

        Anyway, I think that there is great value in exploring the real world.

    • James Corbett mentions:
      Martin Seligman first observed learned helplessness when he was doing experiments on dogs. He noticed that the dogs didn’t try to escape the shocks if they had been conditioned to believe that they couldn’t escape.

      Here is the QUEUED VIDEO where James talks about this…

      I look forward to a Corbett Report episode about this topic.

  6. Arby, Phillip Weiss makes a thought provoking statement in your link.
    “Does this mean that the obvious juxtaposition of Netanyahu’s words is antisemitic? Put otherwise, whose fault is it if Netanyahu sounds like Hitler?”
    I never heard it expressed in that way and without apology. Bibi’s undeniably driving a chariot of death through Palestine.

  7. 1. More and more Corporations doing away with humans you can talk to on the phone…
    2. Corporations forcing you to do their work… self-checkout machines
    3. Governments forcing you to lose your dignity and health with body scanning machines in the name of national security…
    4. Governments forcing you to be vaccinated so big pharma can become richer, you become genetically weaker and more compliant…
    5. Governments forcing you into social credit systems to take total control of your life.
    6. Corporations seducing you to install surveillance equipment in your homes on a ‘voluntary’ basis.

  8. In 2017, Corbett recirculated Episode 090 – Our Leaders Are Psychopaths.
    I would love to see it revisited again.
    It is a must-watch episode.

    In Corbett’s Corbett Report Episode 213 – Revisiting Psychopathy , one of the resources which James mentions is the documentary I am Fishead.(VIDEO)

    Excerpt on Corporate Psychopaths…

    • Article
      Beware corporate psychopaths – they are still occupying positions of power by Brain Basham

      EXCERPT (which is extremely relevant to 2020)
      …Professor Robert Hare told the author:
      “I should have spent some time inside the Stock Exchange as well.
      Serial killer psychopaths ruin families.
      Corporate and political and religious psychopaths ruin economies.
      They ruin societies.”

      QUOTE from a big bank investment executive:
      “At one major investment bank for which I worked, we used psychometric testing to recruit social psychopaths because their characteristics exactly suited them to senior corporate finance roles.”

  9. Who would go Quail Hunting in south Texas with a Psychopath?

    I couldn’t help but think of this…

    On February 11, 2006, United States vice president Dick Cheney accidentally shot Harry Whittington, a then-78-year-old Texas attorney, with a shotgun while participating in a quail hunt on a ranch in Riviera, Texas. Both Cheney and Whittington (birdshot in the face, neck, and chest) called the incident an accident.

    Poor, non-apologetic Cheney.
    Get the victim to apologize.

  10. “communities of intention”

    That was a good descriptive phrase.

  11. Hello Mr.Corbett! You, as well as your subscribers might find this book interesting.
    Reading it, one might find a answer to the question: why there is such a high percentage of individuals in the society exhibiting sociopathic as well as psychopathic behavior patterns. It also proves beyond doubt that there is a easy solution. Old but great read in my opinion, and possibly very usefull for parents.

    The book:

    Summerhill by A.S. Neill

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