Interview 1549 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Jun 4, 2020 | Interviews | 93 comments

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Story #1: This Is Not a Revolution. It’s a Blueprint for Locking Down the Nation.

Police Brutality & Torture Are Normal After 9/11 (Dec. 19, 2007)

George W. Bush Says George Floyd’s Death Reveals America’s “Tragic Failures”

Obama Hosts Town Hall Discussion of ‘Re-Imagining Policing’ After George Floyd’s Death

The Purge: Election Year – FLNWO #38 (Sep. 19, 2016)

Thousands March In Wake Of George Floyd’s Death, From Amsterdam To Tokyo

Cookie-Cutter Unrest in Japan Shows the Global Covid Clampdown Is No Accident

Story #2: “Now Is The Time For a ‘Great Reset’”

‘The Great Reset: How New Ways of Living and Working Drive Post-Crash Prosperity’

‘Second Renaissance’: Great Reset

Story #3: At Least 11 Local News Stations Caught Airing The Exact Same Amazon Propaganda Segment

Corporate Mega-Bailout Bonanza Begins In Europe

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  1. The Great Reset – New World Next Week – Thursday, June 4, 2020

    The 10 minute mark…
    I am gonna practice and use this James Corbett line when interacting with others.

    ”This Covid Crisis that we supposedly just narrowly lived through. Oh wow! Phewouf!”
    (wipes brow) ”That was a close one!”

    At the 15 minute mark, Corbett highlights something extremely important to take note of.
    Mega Bailouts and the Corporate Shakedown – A Major Purpose of this COVID Crisis
    Man-o-man! I have been noticing this. Anyone who has been following the insanity of the financial realm and Wall Street lately is noticing incredibly incredible, in-your-face, “legalized Mafia Money type corruption”.

    One example of many:
    In the future, where will people get a job?

    The future takes away many alternative, independent employer options and puts the open job market more into the Mega-Corporation realm.
    Think about all the independent food and restaurant places which will bite the dust.
    The corporate food chain arena will become that much larger.
    The job options again will move towards the big boys, just like when the big boys wiped out the independent businesses of the small downtowns back in the 60’s and 70’s.

  2. “Bail-out” is a word to describe action in the face of imminent catastrophy. The double entendre of the word comes in depending on ones perspective and how one plans on dealing with the problem ; A) by intensified commitment of resources for preservation and continued use or B) removing as much Value and even Profit(thanks taxpayers) from the catastrophy before abandonment.

    • I’m glad to find a place where people aren’t so blinded by their own virtue they can see what’s going on.

      The future is going to be just like the past, a system of centralized institutions controlled by one elitist group. The corporations aren’t businesses, they’re arms of the government, or rather, the government and corporations are arms of the Oligarchy. In the days of old, monopolies on goods were given to ensure a supply of income, with goods like alcohol, tea, and even art. Today it’s much the same through market domination by select big players like Anhauser-Busch, Nestle, and Atlantic records. Watching the SpaceX launch then seeing the looting was the perfect visualization of the dystopian cyberpunk future.

      It’ll only get worse in a few weeks once everyone gets evicted from their homes.

      You’re exactly right, they’re looting the country before it crashes and burns. Then they’ll pick over the carcass.

  3. Why do he call Them a freemason pornstar and his 17 year coworker Friend?

    • Hi dnspedersen & UKJC,

      I had a similar thought when listening. I’ve been thinking about it in regards to two angles:

      1) From what I can tell, apparently it is a reference to some of the peripheral details in the circumstances (apparently the cop and victim were long-time “co-workers” at some establishment prior to the incident; and also, according to my brief Googling, the victim may have also worked in some porn production company?). I don’t know what the Freemason reference is in regards to.

      2) I agree that none of that is relevant from a larger analytic perspective about the significance of current events (though obviously the history between the two is relevant to the specific case…). However, I found the more interesting element to be the way in which the protests (and the proximal case spurring them) are being manufactured. I think this is a good point; and it is important not to misconstrue it. That is, it is clearly an instance of police brutality and murder, though as James C. points out, these sorts of events happen every day. So, I think from the perspective that they are taking in the NWNW episode, the point is that the media will selectively capture a specific event when it is to it’s advantage, saturate the media “market” with it, in order to produce the desired result (problem-reaction-solution, as described in previous James C.’s podcasts). Thus, my sense is that there just a different mode of description for those focused on the specific case details (again, obviously a state sanctioned murder), versus those focusing on the way in which this _event_ (without focusing on the nuances and details), can be used to illustrate the way in which power structures (including the media) manufacture a desired reaction.

      • UKJC

        I like your analysis and I agree completely. I think James EP can be a little crass and appears to make light of things. But I think it’s a coping mechanism to keep it at a distance. Working as a nurse has made me a little crass too. I can’t let everything in or I will get overwhelmed and with this too. I couldn’t watch the video of Floyd’s murder, because I know there has been an probably is worse. It makes me sick.

        • Oops, I meant to respond to jwha, but UKJC I think sharing the material, perhaps not this particular episode would be a great idea. Most of JC’s material is brilliant and he rarely comes across as insensitive. James EP was the one who made the statement no JC.

      • I found a porn video he was in. Floyd the landlord and Big Floyd were his personas. And they worked together for years. But the tv was really the flashpoint for those riots. They focused on it and the people just felt how the tv told them to feel. Of course, I’m sure it was a coincidence this outrage happened just as the CDC published (confessed) that covid barely rates as a cold in terms of fatalities.

        • I Shot Santa:

          Thank you for providing this information. Very interesting. Do you have a link to the CDC publication? I can look it up too if you don’t. Don’t want to put you through any additional work.

          • Don’t have the link, and my battery’s low; so thanks. The porn was low budget. I don’t really like porn myself. I’m not getting any action, and the sex is usually bad. Nothing against it, nor do I downgrade a person for doing or watching it. It’s just how hard is it to have your own sex life?

            • It’s just extra spice. What does matter is they knew each other. And it’s not tinfoil hat to say he was in porn or a mason , though most masons are so for business contacts, it is fact. And spicy gossip.

            • You said it Jim Bob…
              “It’s just extra spice.”
              (i.e. “spicy gossip”)

              That is all it is.

    • UKJC:

      I hear where you’re coming from, that statement was pretty insensitive. However, the analysis is still good. Cops kill people all the time and a lot of them have been white, with no outrage or media coverage. No protests, nada. I’m sure there are other abuses going on as we speak. The media and “powers that shouldn’t be” will blow stories up that suit the government (and their owners) narrative.

      Looting and violence give the state legitimacy. Just as people were waking up, we get this, kind of convenient if you ask me.

      Having said that, I think James E P could have used more tact. It was kinda weird that Floyd worked with the cop for many years although I think it’s irrelevant because the cop had a duty to uphold standards ethical conduct if he is on duty. There’s no excuse for the murder of an unarmed individual. However, it would be unwise to close one’s mind to learning new information because someone made a callous statement.

      I think we have to become more comfortable listening to things we may find offensive and form an informed opinion based on facts rather than feelings.

      I think the protests were justified and the anti lockdown protestors should have come out to support the protests and share their message. The violence that followed, regardless if some provocateurs were infiltrating or not, was likely continued by some regular people who just wanted to take advantage of the situation.

      I grew up in a very poor neighborhood and I know how some people who live in abject poverty think and some of these people are dangerous. I lived through the Rodney King riots of 1992 and certainly wouldn’t want to be walking in south-central LA at that time.

    • I have to say that I agree, as well. Watching the beginning of this was very cringe worthy. I understand that the media uses race wars to carry out agendas and divide people but that doesn’t take away from the reality of systematic racism and prejudice of minorities. Pilato’s porn star verbiage was very pointless.

      I also was very disappointed that they only talked about looting, rioting, and violence when there have been many peaceful protests that the media doesn’t even report. I have personally witnessed peaceful protests in my neighborhood. Just because the media presses a button and uses what they want to report, doesn’t minimize real issues for people.

      I have no problem with differening opinions. We all have different opinions but I just found some of what they spoke about as being disingenuous.

      • J-Smoove,

        I agree with you about systematic racism and prejudice against minorities, particularly if they are also poor.

        I also agree that there were also peaceful protests going on that had a very important message to share.

        • You are also spot on when you say “just because the media presses a button and uses what they want to report, doesn’t minimize real issues for people”

          Also, I think the positive side to this is that it shows me that people are powerful when they come together. If we work together to stop the system and plans the “elites” are foisting upon us including the racism and police brutality, we can change the world.

          • cu.h.j, absolutely. There are many pieces to this eugenic and technocratic agenda and peacefully protesting about real issues is a wonderful thing. That shows comradery of all races, like you said. Being dismissive of someone’s plight is never a good thing, IMO. I honestly have experienced what these protests are about from the police. But my experience alone doesn’t make it any more important. Logically speaking, mistreatment of impoverished minorities and not to mention the system that keeps them down is not acceptable.

            I could be wrong when I say this, but I’m not so sure if the response by the James’ would be the same if people were protesting about the refusal of taking vaccines.

            • J-Smoove:

              I think JC is a kind person with a good heart. That’s my impression of him. I think that it might be hard to understand someone else’s lived experience if you have never experienced it yourself. No one is perfect, unfortunately.

          • One of the things about this that is confusing me are the calls from the big hats for police reform. Personally, I think they should all just learn to code, but that’s me. It’s being hyped. Problem is, what is their solution? My worry is that this may be more ammo for the troops in the cities group. But I can’t make heads or tails of it. Call me cynical, but I always cringe when I hear politicians call for national reform of anything.

            Also, I read a few comments here that believe we are headed to a corporate only world. Pretty defeatist attitude to me. It’s true that it’s an obvious goal, but there’s a lot of whiskey spilled between the bar and the lips. I see a future of small businesses run by free people. If I’m wrong, I’ll probably be dead by then anyway. Though I imagine there will be a lot of dying either way.

            • I know what it means. I’m no Einstein, but I’m not retarded. And it is defeatist because it assumes the powers that cower win. They won’t.

            • Wish I could reply directly, but there is no reply icon on your statement.

              If they are stating the goals they oppose will be realized, they have already been defeated in their mind. I don’t ever think my opponent will win and work hard to make it so. Not saying I’m always proven right, but it’s a lot harder to beat a person who demands victory, than it is to defeat someone who has already conceded defeat. That defeatism is the root of the victim culture. And that culture enslaves its followers. A little off track at the end, but I tend to be mouthy.

            • ‘..confusing me are the calls from the big hats for police reform…’

              Federalized cops have been a thing the communists have wanted for a long time.
              “more deadly then war” by G.Edward Griffin

              I THINK this lecture goes over that.

          • cu.h.j, Oh I personally do not know James and I’m sure he does have a good heart but like you said, maybe it does stem from not encountering something like that. But, I won’t make an assumption.

            We all disagree about things, but I’m more used to James being open and not as dismissive pertaining to different issues. I’ve seen his work pertaining to planned parenthood and it was a wonderful piece that exposed the true eugenics and racist agenda behind it.

            • J-Smoove:

              I also saw that piece too and I had no idea about planned parenthood before that. I see how this episode comes across as dismissive of the issues surrounding the protests, particularly with the comment James EP made.

              I think it would have been good to have another commentator during this episode to provide a more in-depth analysis of the protests.

  4. Propaganda watch:
    1. Paper: “Nudge policies in the era of COVID-19”:

    Bollywood actors, Repetition, Publication of risk maps, ….

    “Press releases were backed by SMS reminders, the publication of risk maps, repeated reassurances from doctors, frequent public appearances by the Prime Minister, appeals for the public to participate in the fight against the virus through donations to the PM-CARES and appeals to nationalism and solidarity.

    “This was reinforced by repeated broadcasting of information through multi-media channels, using Bollywood to repeat calls through songs, poems and dramatisation and an appeal to nostalgia invoking the Ramayana and Mahabharata stories to encourage people to stay at home. (The researchers looked at India as an example).

    “A nudging-based approach could be useful both during the lifting of lockdown and beyond, providing a way forward for reviving the economy and addressing climate change mitigation goals in the post-COVID era.”

    “The nudges from the government were to motivate people to adhere to unpleasant rules of quarantine and lockdown with huge economic and social costs. Lockdown was possible due to rapid and aggressive sensitisation to the dangers of COVID-19. People united to move away from business as usual..”
    2. All the while the CDC quietly posted on its almost unmaneuverable site that the ‘Symptomatic case fatality ratio overall (all ages together) is 0.004″
    “Symptomatic Case Fatality Ratio, stratified by age in years”

    … No nudging of this information.
    3. “COVI-PASS™ technology is certified by the United Nations and bears an European Union Commission Seal of Excellence. COVI-PASS™ is committed to support Governments, Sports Bodies and Health Services to comply with statutory regulations to improve Public Health management.”

    “COVI-PASS: UK Introduces ‘Digital Health Passport’ … ”

    “COVI-PASS allows you to return to work & social re-integration.” I guess, I’ll neverwork, travel or socialize again.

  5. I was thinking the same thing when James Evan Pilato was reading the price by Klaus. What does this COVID event have to do with “promoting equitable outcomes” and building “green” infrastructure? Absolutely nothing. I assume the argument would be, “look how unresilient and brittle the current system is. Look at all the debt we are in now because of this situation. We need a new system.”

    But of course if saving the economy was at all important to the string-pullers, then we would have “toughed out” the virus and kept businesses open. But instead we saw the smothering of the world economy, intentionally. That is a big red flag for me.

    • 2 things happened that didn’t get coverage because of Floyd’s death. 1- Hillary has to testify. 2- CDC published the fatality rate of covid. Which could have been a problem as it’s the sniffles.

      • Hahaha and for those of us in the beginning, that said that this was no worse than the Flu were viewed by the public as being crazy. COVID doesn’t even touch the flu death numbers. Oh, and we know that they will contribute that to the lockdown and social distancing but there is no evidence that those things do a darn thing to curb a ” virus”. Especially a “virus” that was supposed to be so bad that everything aside from big corporations had to stop.

        • Evidence to the contrary even! But facts don’t really matter when you put enough English on the spin machine. The world sure is a crazy place!

  6. Weapon systems never cost too much.

    • That, and blowing them up or burning them down. Though I wondered how people were burning them down in England. In the states the towers are made of metal.

      • I have no way of knowing. All I can say is that is how it was reported. On the development, James actually covered that some time ago. Pre-covid. Wall Street started checking their work to see if it could be replicated.

    • The Great Reset Podcast:

      The podcast features Prince Charles, IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva, labour representative Sharan Burrow and the chief executives of Microsoft, MasterCard and BP.

      The common theme every single speaker focused on was climate change and the future green economy they are striving for.

      So if COVID-19 is the Problem and Reaction, is the Solution the “green” economy, sustainable development, carbon taxes, etc? Sure seems like it.

      • More on Second Renaissance & the Great Reset
        The Great Reset launched by World Economic Forum and other elite…

        June 5, 2020 – Friday
        Yahoo Finance News video interview
        captioned “Climate Crisis: Battling COVID-19 and Global Warming”
        Global Head of Research and Innovation on how work from home policies can promote environmental sustainability
        (4 minute video)

        FULL TEXT
        Steven Bullock, Trucost Global Head of Research and Innovation, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the state of the environment after COVID-19 and how corporate America can shift priorities to push environmental sustainability to the forefront.

        • Trucost, part of S&P Global, assesses risks relating to climate change, natural resource constraints, and broader environmental, social, and governance factors.

          UK Government’s guidelines for business
          Trucost authored the UK Government’s environmental reporting guidelines for business.

          Portfolio carbon footprinting
          Trucost assessed the carbon footprints of UK investment funds.

          Carbon Efficient Indices
          Trucost data drives US Carbon Efficient Index and Emerging Markets Carbon Efficient Index for Standard and Poor’s and the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation.

          Carbon efficient tracker fund
          Trucost data drives Legal & General Investment Management carbon efficient index tracker fund, seeded by BT Pension Fund.

          Singapore Stock Exchange
          Trucost partners with the Singapore Stock Exchange to help listed companies manage environmental performance.

          Climate bonds verification
          Trucost approved to verify green bonds by Climate Bonds Initiative.

          Water Risk Monetizer launches
          Trucost and Ecolab launch Water Risk Monetizer, a free online tool to help companies manage water risk.

          Natural impacts in agriculture
          Trucost assesses environmental opportunities in food production for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

          S&P Dow Jones Indices
          Trucost is acquired by S&P Dow Jones Indices.

          EU Expert Group on Sustainable Finance
          Trucost chief appointed to EU expert group on sustainable finance.

    • BUMP
      BUMP the scpat posts

      “…we need to transform the economy, steering it towards fairer outcomes….”

      A lot of scary stuff being proposed here by those who have such a ‘great’ track record of policies.

      • Very scary. What is irritating is that it is so damn nebulous and vague. Just a bunch of warm and fuzzy sounding phrases without being concrete about anything.

  7. I see strong parallels to these riots and the Arab spring. A movement sprung out of nowhere in reaction to a single person subject to tyrannical force.

      • Canard – Definition – a false or unfounded report, rumor, belief or story. A fabricated report.

        The George Floyd Protest’s BRICK CANARD…
        …FACTS – not conspiracy speculation and rumors

        There is nothing “mysterious” about the bricks and pavers.
        Did some protesters find bricks and throw them? Yes.

        This brick rumor-mill is an embarrassment to the alternative media, just like the “God Gene”.

        • Thanks for pointing out that thread, HRS. I had not read any of that before.

          Also, I am just pointing out a story, not implying anything. It is something to note. We don’t have to jump to conclusions, but we should note these occurrences.

          • scpat,
            You are so right!
            “We don’t have to jump to conclusions, but we should note these occurrences.”
            I’m tracking 100%.

  8. Alright: a break from Coronavirus to tackling the post-Minneapolis events. Look forward to your takes, James’!

  9. The George Floyd Protests and Media

    There are many aspects to this entire scenario.
    We should also keep in mind that it is election year.

    The media is gonna play sides. Look at “Hydroxychloroquine”.

    There is a lot going on in the world, but these events cloud over what Corbett often makes a point of as in “Meet Gates” and the Global Reset.

  10. Benny.j.

    I think you’re right about a lot of the protesting except for the looting and violence. Not all provocative instigating and this creates fear and anger and more divisive. And not voicing the connection to larger structures of oppression and blaming it merely on “whiteness “ and “anti blackness “ is an oversimplification and alienates some non POC that don’t share the idea that they are inherently racist and guilty just because we live in a racist system.

    I am “white” family came from Eastern Europe to flee nazi extermination and I grew up in a poor neighborhood that was primarily non white. I was harassed by some and called racial slurs but did have an overall positive experience and learned to love all people and was never racist. My grandma fought for justice during the civil rights movement. I have family that are biracial. And I don’t feel I have any reason to feel guilty or shame because of my skin tone. That seems like some of the message coming out of the democratic mouthpiece and I think that’s divisive-to me anyway.

    I don’t think it matters who “wins” the election because I think lack of police means more surveillance. We’ll see . I hope that we get less cops but I suspect it will mean something different.

  11. Youboob used to be filled with them. But this was really hyped by the tv. They always tell us what to riot over. If they don’t push it, the riots never go past local. CNN was ranting on about it just as they did the corona cold. As the media is the voice of the state, this hyping was obviously state sanctioned. And comes out right when the CDC puts out the embarrassing corona cold fatality rate. Basically, almost every day has something happening that can be twisted to meet an agenda.

    • “..If they don’t push it, the riots never go past local…’


    • It doesn’t have to be such. It could have been any of the documented murders by cops. The BART shooting, scrubbed from the net. The important thing is the media. People think as they’re told. We aren’t a rational species. We’re an emotionally reactive species. I’ve known similar incidents (one of which was a person who was nearly beat to death in a Florida jail, and I was working with him to get the video out, but he thought the tv news was his friend. And they squashed public outrage by a single flippant remark.) where the tv spun it to imply doubt. Sheeple still believe the tv is real news. If they want a riot, it doesn’t matter the subject. People aren’t that bright.

  12. I finally found time to watch this episode. Needless to say I was interested in seeing exactly what James P said that elicited such emotions.
    My take upon watching it myself and listened to the shocking things that James said was somewhat anticlimactic since I had already read and heard about it all elsewhere.
    James P, at least to my sensibilities is self deprecating while putting on an act of being a representation of a younger generation that is largely ignorant and easily influenced and controlled by shocking headlines and innuendo and internet stories. When he was relating the story in the interview he sounded just like the guy that puts on the same persona when he is doing his daily job as a pretty damn good DJ. Which is to inform in an entertaining manner people of generations perhaps other than mine.
    Media Monarchy is one of the podcasts I listen to. Boy can that guy fit a ton of stuff into an hour show.

    Perhaps I am becoming more callous in my old age but my outrage producing capacity has been taxed to it’s limits. I don’t know that I even believe the official story about George Floyd much less can I muster up any more outrage about his alleged death at the hands of the state than I have about Duncan Lemp or countless others.
    I guess I could be getting numb to horror stories that I have no real reason to believe are true.
    Finding fault and sowing division among compadres for something as petty as the way a professional DJ presents if not true information, certainty accurate information in that it exists, is something I find destructive and unproductive and definitely not worthy of this message board.

    • Having thought about what I wrote for awhile, I realize that as usual I could have worded it much better. Anyway, I should have said that every generation, including my own is largely ignorant and easily influenced and controlled by shocking headlines and innuendo and internet stories.

      • I caught your meaning and heart.
        I’m older too.
        I once mailed James Evan Pilato $25 or $30. Wrote a brief letter with the cash, and my return address/real name on the envelope. Told him I wanted to support him, but listening to the show most days may not always be a fit for me with my work lifestyle and my age. I gave him my email address and also told him that I was HomeRemedySupply at Corbett Report.
        I never heard back from him.

        Not long along, I sent Dan Dicks some money online. He replied with a “thankyou”. When I saw the thankyou, I sent him another 2x amount.

        I have sent money to other folks also. If I don’t get a “thankyou”, I don’t send more.
        10 bucks is an hour labor for me.

        I’m old school.

        • That’s funny because I did a similar thing. I sent James P. Two humble checks and a letter. One check for himself and the other I imposed upon him to send to James C.
          It was during a busy time for him but he did finally text me back. It was a number of weeks later when I texted him and reminded him because it had slipped his mind during his move I think. But eventually he came through and I was able to join both sites by snail mail. I had tried to donate to James C with my credit card using my iPad but was unsuccessful. I think it was because of James being in Japan.
          Anyway, I bet it just slipped through the cracks as he was very gracious and grateful to me. Perhaps he will read this and rectify the situation.

          I completely understand how difficult it is at this stage to help support all those people that need it and truly deserve it. I often rue the fact that I am not in a position to do what I want to do for all those I would like to help. And there are many. But I do try to share and promote those I cannot help monetarily.

          As far as listening every day. There is no way I could do that either. Thats why I am so grateful to have this iPad and am able to download so many quality podcasts. I am routinely a week or so late listening to episodes that don’t really contain time sensitive news. Media Monarchy is a news show but I find that it is just as entertaining days later.

    • I listen to morning monarchy regularly. James IS of a different generation. I find I disagree with many of his conclusions, but he does put out a lot of great content. I only listen to his news, but he puts out more content in a single day than most people do in a month. About 8 hours a day! So I give him a lot of slack. I’m a supporter, with my big bad dollar a month, and I’m glad that he’s finally getting a lot more supporters.

      • I have not been able to acquire a taste for Pump Up The Volume either. Perhaps it might have something to do with the fact that Guy Lombardo and The Platters are still a couple of my favorite bands.

        • I’m still a fan of Burl ives singing ghost riders in the sky myself. On my dumbphone, so can’t post the link.

  13. If only parents would take the responsibility to teach their children about the one common denominator of pretty much all the injustices in the world. Eventually perhaps the most dangerous superstition could be eradicated from the planet.
    I bet “racism” would disappear simultaneously.

  14. Patient: “Hey doc, if I quit smoking, gambling and drinking will I live longer?”
    Doctor: “It’ll feel longer.”

    • BUMP – Great Reset

  15. ‘…Specifically in America, brutal abuse has been perpetrated against the minorities for centuries. It has been endless. …’

    Brutal abuse, especially of minorities, is the normal situation for most of the world… in the USA and western world it is considerably LESS bad then elsewhere.

    If this were not so then there would be a move of minorities and move OUT of the west to safer and better places rather then the opposite- a desire to move TO these areas- which is whats happening.

    Americans, including African Americans, are highly privileged people compared to most 3rd world-er’s… even the poor ones have access to things rich people of 100 years ago did not.

    Racism and class struggle and even religious ferment are 95% generated by outside actors for their own ends. The blacks will be geared up to make the whites fear and then the whites will vote and support the police state that will n turn oppress them along with the everyone else. Racial politics breaking into race war (hot or cold) will kill the golden goose that has made everyone better off in the west and reduce all groups to a frightened balkanized mess begging the Raj to save them from the other groups

  16. Red Corvair

    You have a point, either way its a win for the authorities
    A) Real riots are happening… people beg for martial law
    B)Fake riots are happening…. scared people STILL beg for martial law.

    Federalized police has been an aim of the communists (and their capitalist owners) for a long time- the more centralized things are the less cops will care about pleasing their local masters and be look only to central gov for pensions and promotions.

    c) Real riots and race hatred ignites a balkanized USA where the elites play blacks off on the whites and keep everyone begging the central government

    I, personally, suspect that this is a civil war between the elites and you have the people who own the communist movements trying to actually upset the apple cart and kick out the Trumpian band who surprised them by sweeping at least some power out of their hands. Thats the good reason- its very BAD if this is really part of a plan to keep everyone busy and scared until they beg for a strong government to bring in a nice safe panopticon- that means the economy is going to die and we’re going to a digital system linked to social credit

  17. nice verse Jed, & it was in my head, yesterday, shoppin hoppin along to rats carrying lices infestin my brain, thought i was goin insane when before my eyes appeared… wtf? sittin ducks bobblin thru the nyc windowpane.

  18. I’m interested to find out when the term “Great Reset” was first being seeded by IMF/WEF. I found this article which is worth revisiting from June 2019 (

    “The International Monetary Fund began spreading a meme a few years ago as a way to describe a global economic crash without actually saying the word “crash”. Managing Director Christine Lagarde and others started using the phrase “global economic reset”.”

    Who was at the Great Reset launch on 3 June? “all stakeholder groups of global society” – really?

    Can’t wait to see what comes out of the 420 hubs of the “World Economic Global Shapers Community”

    The one Young Global Leader represented is doing pioneering work on contact tracing for cows (you know, to improve farming efficiency). I wonder if it will work for us sheep?

    • BUMP – Great Reset

    • Thanks for this link Mama Liah – I am a big fan of Spiro!

  19. “In the U.S., that would be black people next, quite honestly, and many other people of color. They are having disproportionate effects from COVID-19.”

    Hahaha. Yeah, that sounds about right. Yes, get us colored folk second in line for mass vaccinations and then the elderly. These people truly believe they are above all and can just decide what is “best” for the population.

    • Hey! What about us White Trash Rednecks? Danged Affirmative Action!

      • I Shot Santa, absolutely. lol. Melinda hasn’t forgotten about you. We all are on their list to be mass vaccinated.

        • Oh good! Would hate to be left out.

          • Man! Us White Trash never get a break!

          • This is true Debra. The elderly are after you.

            I Shot Santa, just be patient, it will come to you, as well. lol.

    • Folks should take a look at homepage of the website where they are planning
      The GREAT RESET.
      The World Economic Forum and George Floyd

      • Remember, remember October 18th, 2019

        World Military Games in Wuhan
        EVENT 201
        Highlights Reel (12 minutes)

        “Geneva, Switzerland, 15 October 2019 – The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will host Event 201: a high-level simulation exercise for pandemic preparedness and response, in New York, USA, on Friday 18 October, 08.45 – 12.30 EDT.”

      • And talking about Global Reset…

        If you have been following the Finance News, you know that The Federal Reserve is throwing big money at all it’s corporate buddies.
        There is so much money floating out there, it becomes beyond reality.

        We first got a glimpse of the Fed was doing in late September.
        October 20, 2019 James Corbett’s article
        Everything (g)Old is New Again: What QE4 Means For You

  20. Peaceful doesn’t do well in a firing squad.

  21. Hey Mike17,

    “They will soon discover the shortage of space required to confine us all.”

    This is a good point. I have always said, for example, if you had enough people to just say F it, I’m no longer paying taxes and refuse to be used as cattle, they wouldn’t be able to jail all of us. It just wouldn’t happen, IMO. I believe we all have enough power to derail the system, but there many other factors that get in the way of it.

    • The only way an armed resistance would work is if it were completely decentralized. No command and control. No overall leadership or strategy. Nothing that could be usurped by the state. And it will come to this because we have failed to demonstrate our will for so long. A simple tar and feathering attitude would have made this unnecessary, but our own fears have determined this.

  22. “,,The plight of the Negro has been horrifically difficult and there is small wonder that so many black people feel the way they do about whites…’

    Small wonder indeed, when an attitude of having something stolen from them is deliberately fostered thru education and indoctrination for political reasons. The lecture “more deadly then war” BY Griffin

    goes extensively thru the earlier stages of the continuing process of dividing Americans along racial lines not in order to improve black lives but in order to use them as ‘cannon fodder’.

    The money powers who owned the communists are carrying on with the same playbook

    “…The names and owners of the slave ships of old are well known and the information pertaining to them remains fully available on the WWW. If the reader of this reply has any interest in the foregoing of more than a desultory type, there is nothing stopping him or her from finding it…..’

    Amazon banned the sale of THAT book…..

    • Try Czar ?

      Not much with the cyrillic but I think it translates either way

      Funny , as I read it means “Caesar” , which became a title, but started as a guys name. Lol.

  23. Are you calling Pelosi a liar? She vetted it! I’m shocked! And I have no opinion, nor do I care. My care is how it’s being played out.

  24. “I understand abuses happen all over the world, as was noted. I wasn’t comparing and contrasting who’s suffering is worse. I referred specifically to America because I felt that was the topic of discussion.

    I have enough compassion to go around for everyone. I don’t personally feel the need to dismiss the lesser abused population to validate the more severe. Of course, I’m more focused on what’s happening right in front of me, as I am only human.

    Ultimately, I was attempting to say that by whatever means in which these events unfold. Manufactured, manipulation, psyop. criminal, etc.. The consequences are very real for real people. I thought that was worth acknowledging even though there’s a much larger agenda at hand.”

    This was eloquently stated, Debra. I agree.

  25. Forcing people to separate can be cruel, but forcing them to live together IN THE ABSENCE of shared values is a recipe for disaster and tyranny.

    The west has allowed its culture to become based n material goods and consumption rather then shared faith or shared values and ideas… as long as there is plenty of slop in the trough the different pigs wont fight- but the slop is running out and so various groups will play racial politics which will lead to a very unpleasant set of events.

    Racial politics are horrible and destructive, but they WILL exist in the vacuum left by the decay of religion and civic virtue. The people in power WANT us to fear each other because then we will beg the government to save us from the scary white/black/latin or whatever

  26. Arby, I hear ya.

  27. Sorry if I came across as talking down to you.

    It was not intended and I apologize whole heartedly… the point
    I was making (badly) is that people are no longer linked by common culture or values and thus are not able to live as harmoniously as before.

    Again, sorry if I come across curt or rude.

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