Interview 1583 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Oct 8, 2020 | Interviews | 42 comments

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Story #1: The German Investigation Into the Covid Scandal

Covid Experts Say: There Is Another Way

ANOTHER 10 Experts Questioning the Coronavirus Panic

Parents In France Vow to Fight Planned Home-Schooling Ban

COVID-19 ‘Phase 3’ Vaccine Trial Participants Report Day-Long Migraines, Fever

Second AstraZeneca Volunteer Reportedly Suffers Rare Neurological Condition, But UK Company Says It’s Not Related To Vaccine

Ha! My second maskless attempt did *not* go as rad… “SIR?! YOU NEED A MASK!”

Story #2: US, UK & France Block Ex-OPCW Chief’s Testimony At UN

Journalist Aaron Maté’s Live Tweet Thread on Blocking Bustani

Media Support OPCW’s Novichok Poisoning of Navalny Hoax

NWNW Flashback: OPCW Losing Credibility As Even More Revelations Surface On Douma

Episode 368 – The Douma Hoax: Anatomy of a False Flag

How To Read The News

Story #3: Two Female CRISPR Scientists Make History, Winning Nobel Prize In Chemistry For Genome-Editing Discovery

Latest Round In CRISPR Patent Battle Has Apparent Victor, But Fight Continues

NWNW Flashback: CRISPR Gene Editing Can Cause Hundreds Of Unintended Mutations (Jun. 23, 2017)

Interview 1486 – Jonathan Latham on Gene Editing

“Crispr” Search On Corbett Report

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  1. When my daughter started going to school she opined: “Dad, school is a prison for kids and they never did anything wrong.” I said “You don’t have to go to school.” Thus began a decade of homeschooling.

    • You have a smart kid!
      (and she a smart dad!)

      Here’s another smart man (retired teacher) talking about schooling. Esp. good is his video on ‘6 purposes of schooling’

      It’s all so brave New World. The entire current situation reminds me of 1984, Brave New World, Brave New World Revisited (where almost every sentence would deserve underlining).

    • An honest child with whom I completely agree.

      I realized and voiced the same by 6th grade. Told my mom I could learn everything they taught in school in half the time if she’d let me. No. I still had to attend school and listen to teachers tell me how to act, be, think, look, dress, etc. There was more conditioning than learning going on every day. My husband built a fortress in the kitchen at the age of five to barricade himself against his mom taking him “back to that bad place”.

      Public school IS a prison, little more. If you educate your child at home they will not be beaten down by the hand of social conditioning and those who blindly support it. The primary goal and concern of ALL public schooling is conditioning for the purpose of keeping the work force stupid, in play and OBEYING.

    • My son told me after 2 weeks in school that after that trial, he does not want to continue to go there.
      As Homeschooling is illegal in Germany, a 10 year drama started….
      He never liked it.

  2. For me personally, the video of Dr. Reiner Fuellmich did not do it for me. While it was nice to see that kind of statement and I support any push-back, it didn’t put gas in the tank for me.

    However, Dan Dicks of “Press For Truth” recently interviewed Chris Saccoccia, aka Chris Sky.

    This Chris Sky fella is business and street savvy in the real world!!
    I emphatically love his approach. This is an excellent example of independent, decentralized action.

    But the real heroine behind the scenes is Chris’ wife who said,
    “If you don’t speak up, then everything that happens from now on is going to be your fault!”

    Via Activist Post
    Press for Truth
    October 7, 2020
    It Begins: Canada’s First Arrest Under THE QUARANTINE ACT Sets The Stage For Aussie Like Tyranny
    (15 minutes)

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Derrick Broze of “The Conscious Resistance” points out that this coming weekend (October 10th) is the International Day of Action – #ExposeBillGates (or whatever Tweet-line which works well).

    • Homey. Sorry you don’t see the importance of the German perspective. The V W diesel crime was earth moving to Germany. They realized the American cancer had infected the German trust in science. To pervert and cheat the science of car engineering for … Profit… Job security…position… Respect… This was a national and most despicable crime! In the USA it is just business as usual , but in Germany its a grievous treachery. Shame Shame Shame.
      Now Covid. Did you see the emphasis on giving the politicians a face saving out while with German precision the prosecution of the same American scum type V W treachery the perpetrators are going down for being such scoundrels. Certainty, Certainty in something, in engineering and law. Can I just say NIST or say Warren commission. Thats the American way. The Germans are shinning examples here. Take a big gulp. It is what we need here desperately. Hope you see the error in your dismissal of certainty, of sumptin, Somebody did sumptin and its time that somebody pay the time for the crimes. Legal certainty. Love you but you could reconsider that course of …reasoning.

      • GeneralBottleWasher,
        Thanks for bringing up those aspects. It does heighten the importance, like you said. I like seeing the legal approach, but often the activism participation is limited to those attorneys involved and the court system, along with the system’s enforcement. The system itself is full of booby-traps. That approach relies upon the legal team and some luck with the system.

        Thus, with the legal approach, the average person is only a watcher, a non-participant, in making change.
        We already have too many sofa sitters who are aware of authoritarian encroachment, but only watch it play out while talking about it to the tribe.

        I liked your approach, way back at the start of all this Pandemic, when you put out signs by the roadsides. It may not change the State of Oklahoma, but it might have provoked some folks to think about things, or might have been a reassurance to others that “they aren’t alone.”

        However, recently as OSHA Activists Tammy Clark and Kristen Meghan (key players with ”Stand Up Michigan”, a grassroots organic movement of ‘We The People of Michigan’) pointed out how their activism helped to facilitate this headline: “Michigan Supreme Court Strikes Down Gov. Whitmer’s State of Emergency Order “.
        Yet, in the end, the Governor bypassed the Supreme Court.

        All this said, I think that Chris Sky brings to the table actions which any person, anywhere can do.
        He exemplifies how each individual does have power to change things.
        Change has happened in his area.

        If I have learned anything, I have learned that I can not rely on others to create a change. POTUS nor lawyers nor “those marchers in Berlin” nor James Corbett nor my Moma nor anyone else.
        It boils down to what am I gonna do.

        I know that I alone won’t change the world. But I’ll change a small piece of it within my sphere of influence.

        If others wish to stand on the sidelines, that’s their choice. They can look back and say, “Hey, I watched it happen.” Good for them if that’s what they want.

        Not me.

        • Tammy and Kristen are on this weeks DEL BIGTREE – HIGHWIRE. It’s great! I saw Tammy’s video months ago. Loved it. Check out Highwire!

          • Thanks again LoveToDust!

            Del Bigtree on the Highwire
            (39 minutes)

            Government trained OSHA mask experts Tammy Clark & Kristen Meghan join Del in-studio to break down vital info on masks, PPE, and their role in #Covid19 prevention. Every adult on this planet wearing a mask needs to hear this riveting discussion.

            #Masks #MaskUp #MaskOn #WearAMask #OSHA #COVID #StandUpMichigan

    • I’m with James when it comes to being cynical that any court process is going to produce an effective outcome, however I do see one real benefit if an actual case proceeds..

      Anyone can lie and on the Internet and all you need to be a doctor is white coat and a stethoscope. Telling lies is not a crime, except in court where they swear under oath.

      At least through the court system we may get some verification.

      It would be great to have a list like this for all the medical professionals that have questioned COVID-1984 as I can’t keep up with them all. (Or even verify they actually exist)

    • Thanks Deb,
      I appreciate the info.
      I like you posting different tidbits & News Stories.
      It helps in keeping abreast of things.

      I was out doing flyers again on October 10th.

      Saturday October 10, 2020 –
      Huge Berlin Demonstration and other Activism Events – SUB-THREAD

      Today, Sunday Oct 11th, North Texans will be helping Texans For Vaccine Choice
      (See Sub-Thread)

  3. The Doctor/Lawyer is licensed in California and the lawsuit will be filed there. Anyone that has been harmed in any way can join the Class Action. You and JEP will need to get a JD to get a better handle on this. The group is connecting with Doctors and Lawyers around the World and that takes time, but Germans know better than anyone what Facism looks like and they aren’t about to let it happen again.

    • One US Lawsuit has already been submitted by Dr Pam Popper @
      She and her lawyer are asking (in more eloquent words) ‘where is the emergency’? After all field hospitals (most of which never saw a patient) have long been dismantled, the accused have to come up with a good answer.

        • BUMP

          Patrick Wood and (CFFS) Citizens for Free Speech present Dr. Russell Blaylock, MD and board certified neurosurgeon, on the safety and science surrounding the wearing of face masks.

          (CFFS) Citizens for Free Speech

      • As an attorney I can tell you there is no defendant to sue, nobody to hold responsible. Don’t get sucked into Levi jeans lawsuits.

        Reminds me of the part of the story in The Grapes of Wrath when a homeowner in the dust bowl wakes up and a man on a tractor is bulldozing his house. He screams at the man to stop and the man simply tells him he is doing his job, he cannot be held responsible for the dust bowl or the development.

        The entire system needs to be put on trial and this needs to be done by citizens not by lawyers. Organized citizenry. Revolution.

        • As the real party in interest and/or plaintiff you could sue the State as you say. The problem is you can’t collect on the judgment. The State is broke and uses bankruptcy laws.

          As for anyone suing the private sector, you need literally hundreds of millions of dollars, a consortium of attorneys who are in it for the public interest and a case— a claim for damages.

          Then, of course the judges are corrupt.

          Not a sensible strategy.

          Back before TV cable, citizens could file against any entity in pro per and actually learn the law while practicing it in their communities. The law libraries were open,access and safety no issue.

          Now you have a debased public who knows really nothing or how to do anything.

          The institutions that one served what is called a democracy when it is in fact not, are rotting and rotted.

          Once again it is the system that must end, the system that is the perpetrator and predator.

  4. It almost sounds like a Yes Men tactic, but of course, like most of their tactics, I agree with what they are saying. I hope it’s not fake.

  5. Gene editing is highly profitable to the transnational corporations and their scientists and CEO’s.

    This is partly why the prize received so much coverage.

    Transnational corporations or transnational capitalism has some very huge problems that cannot be solved under the current economic regime. In fact, it is the current capitalist stage of development that is creating the profitability of gene editing, Big Pharma and weapon manufacturers and the overall armament industry.

    Capitalists have to continue to accrue or accumulate profit on their capital or the system falls apart.

    Remember, transnational corporatist capitalism was failing before the pandemic.

    In fact, it fails every ten years or so causing depression and pain.

    This time, the problem is more acute.

    How can capital accumulate if no one is buying goods and products?

    The answer is it cannot and thus arrives one of the first lessons of this failed system: surplus labor grows under capitalism. surplus labor are the people who do not work, work part time or will never work.

    And with new mechanisms of control the ‘surplus’ labor will be under continued monitoring and control. Add AI and the jobs are gone.

    So, to accumulate capital and control the surplus labor so that it does not organize and threaten the capitalists, investment of capital into high tech security, gene editing, mercenaries, bombs, tracking systems etc. solve the problem of continued accumulation of profits and control of the population.

    No Yes Men stunts will change this. Only when people realize the economic system is rotten, can there be any chance of meaningful human change.

    The history of the world has been the history of class struggle.

    • Weilunion, thank you that. I have been massaging my mind over several points you bring up.
      The weapons of mass destruction came to mind. This Bio-weapon sars-2, covid is not getting the job done. I cannot think its just a way to impose obedience in a Pavlovian punishment reward system. It has certainly terrorized the population but has poorly performed as a eradicating the populaces weapon. That seems to me to be the goal of the testing. To gather a larger sample of DNA to produce a Bio-weapon with a broader, greater lethality. One that would not spook the heard before it can realize its in the kill chute. Population reduction as the Means to end economic class struggle. 2 years ago I would have said that is just an insane way of doing business. Now im not so sure.

      • The issue is the new stage of ‘capital accumulation’ we call ‘repressive accumulation.’

        This stage is set amongst the background of large regional economies controlled by transnational corporations wielding political and economic control in a highly centralized global economy.

        The economy is privatized, social benefits hardly exist if at all and the general population is under attack due to lack of everything including civil and human rights.

        Workers compete, if at all, with machines as surplus labor (the unemployed or those people who never have worked and never will again).

        The size of the global surplus population is in the billions and increases everyday with technological changes.

        Thus, in this situation there is no demand, as was the case under state capitalism or just industrial capitalism. No one has money and trillions are churning in debt.

        So, capital will go where it can accumulate and this is in areas of repression and militarization. It is both profitable and takes care of policing, imprisoning, tracking, spying on and expending the growing slave population.

        They fear the surplus labor class along with current workers will organize.

        Why do you think Wall St. stocks are so high, other than mergers and acquisitions?

        Here is a great video on this by William I. Robinson

  6. Now WOMEN can maim the living, too. OMG! How incredibly ‘equal opportunity’ the Noble committee has become in the Covid Lie era, huh? Ugh. I’m female and find the whole women get Nobel Prize via CRISPR story completely nauseating. I think the Jameses covered the reasons.

  7. …HHS Protect is largely built from software obtained from the controversial data-mining company Palantir….

    Thanks Debra!

    The wastewater approach is interesting. I’ve toured a wastewater treatment plant in my University studies.

    One thing that we know…this “new public health tool” stinks.

  8. As far as I understood Mr. Füllmich correctly, he wants to prosecute the labs (or the institutions) using the PCR tests for diagnostic purposes (which they were specifically not validated for).

  9. MASKS – Anecdote in Grocery Store – Retain our Humanity –
    Mask Behaviors Side-effects

    On September 19th, I took a brief break from putting out flyers.
    I was at a Tom Thumb grocery store in a part of town where I had once lived over a decade ago. Before I hit the parking lot with flyers on cars, I went in to buy some natural-type dish soap.

    Maskless, I finally found the dish soap aisle, grabbed my product and headed for the checkout line. I waited in my square for the customers in front of me. While standing there I looked over at another active checkout lane about 30-40 feet away. I spotted a lady around 30 years old and her smiling 6 year old daughter. Both were without masks. Everyone else in the store had masks on. I felt for the Mother. I could see the obvious worry on her face that someone might confront her on the mask issue.

    My turn on the queue. I stepped forward to the next square and unloaded bottles onto the conveyor belt in front of me. The cashier was in front of me, slightly to the right. To my far right, a man was wrapping up payment and sacking his groceries. To my left a 50 year old black lady was waiting in line. She quickly stepped forward, dropped a few items on the belt, then retreated.
    I smiled at her and said, ”It’s fine with me. You can go ahead and unload everything.”, while motioning with my hand to come towards me. In a friendly way, she responded, ”No. You aren’t wearing a mask.” I smiled and said okay.

    The cashier just wrapped up the customer to my right. His crippled and withered right arm started to grab my bottles as, head down, he remained focused on his task.

    While I am standing there, the man to my right says, ”I have an extra mask in my car. I’ll go get it for you.”
    With cordial manners I replied,”Nah, thank you though. I don’t need one.”
    Then his feathers start to ruffle: ”The science says that masks are needed to keep everyone safe!”
    In a friendly way, I respond, ”Well, actually there are a lot of studies which say otherwise. Besides, my Doctor told me that it was unhealthy to wear a mask. He said that I shouldn’t.”
    Still organizing his groceries, the customer’s eyes steam and widen with a frantic-like infuriation. ”Your Doctor should lose his license! He’s a quack! The government should shut down places like his….”


    • (…continuing…)

      Quickly, I shift focus, ignoring the customer’s rant. The cashier in front of me, head down, is about to wrap it up for me. I said to him in a warm sort of way, ”You sure have been here a long time. How long have you been working here?”
      He says, ”17 years. I’ve been with Tom Thumb 17 years now.”
      I gave him some verbal pats-on-the-back and thanked him while wrapping up payment.

      Outside, in the parking lot, I waited for the irate Mask-Nazi customer to leave. I drove to the far end of the small shopping center to start my flyers on cars. I was almost done for the day. Just as I started putting out flyers again, an old black lady sitting in a van cheerily says to me, ”Give me one of those. I need something to read while I’m sitting here.”

      I have noticed from the wild-eyed look and emotional behavior of some mask wearing folks, that likely some of their over-the-top behavior is precipitated from the hypoxia/hypercapnia of the masks. The OSHA mask ladies Tammy Clark and Kristen Meghan, as well as others, bring up behavioral changes as a result of masks.

      Like the Tom Thumb customer, I earlier ran into an older hair dresser guy when I was putting out flyers in the parking lot of the strip center which housed a salon where he worked. This old, short, scrawny, pot-bellied nib comes running down the train of cars pulling off flyers, all wide eyed in his mask, frantically yelling at me. “I’m a veteran! You need to leave now. Don’t come back today. I’m a veteran! I’m a veteran!” I calmly said, “Okay.” Walked away and left in my car.

    • My think is near what your wife’s take is.
      Maintain our empathy, civility and humanity.

      As an hourly low wage earner, I grasp the dilemma which employees face if they have to enforce a corporate policy dictate.

      Private property owners have the discretion to refuse service and to give notice of “criminal trespass” which prohibits a customer on the premises. That’s criminal law.
      A “Medical exemption” of a mask becomes a civil litigation in pressing forward a “disability discrimination lawsuit”.

      While having “Everyone Must Wear a Mask” Signs at the front doors, certain large retail chains (Kroger, Walmart, CVS, Lowes Hardware, and others) will NOT confront shoppers for going maskless.
      I tend to shop at these types of places.

      ha!…With no mask, I was in Lowes about a month ago picking up stakes for my dissemination of signs. (My stats are at over “40 signs out” now.) I was the only person with no mask.
      At checkout in the garden department, the old codger cashier near my age was chipper as hell when he saw me. I was being cautious “not to get too close or impose upon his space”, but he was happy as hell to be contaminated.
      Tacitly, we both smiled (he through his mask) at how ludicrous these mandates are.

      Sprouts Farmers Market, a natural food grocery, does enforce the mask rule. I’ve only been in there once, so quick in&out, that enforcement didn’t occur…I was too fast at a slow part of the day.
      If someone would have asked me to leave, I would have complied gracefully and light with no argument. But, I would probably return later with signs on my buggy while wearing a mask.

      Some years back, I worked at Sprouts in Vitamins/Supplements for 3 years, named “Employee of the Year” with discount perks for a year.
      There have been some ugly incidents at Sprouts about MASKS.
      “Light Warrior 1776” was out of line. I am familiar with that store, and I believe I know the lady that he gave grief to.

      Not on YouTube, but on Facebook is a Sprouts video protest in east Texas, because a Mother’s Down Syndrome older child could not wear a mask, and thus she could not shop. Children, 2 and younger are exempt in Sprouts. The child had the same capabilities as a 2 year old.
      The Manager was stupid. He could have quietly just let her shop. But no, he had to follow rules with no judgement.

      • Texas has a mandate to wear masks in all business settings.
        However, there are exemptions. A Medical Exemption is most common.

        Around 6 weeks ago, as I was checking out at Kroger grocery maskless, the teenage black girl sacking my groceries wasn’t wearing a mask at all, but she had a face shield on. It is easy to breathe and talk in those.
        I knew what the deal was. The store was accommodating her. She was smiling and we were happily chatting. I leaned over close and whispered, “It’s nice not to have to wear those damn masks.”

        Last week, I went off the beaten trail to a place I had been to about 4 or 5 years ago. It was a wholesale/retail “Survivalist Outlet”. My son’s wife’s three younger kids, ages 8 through 12, like to build secret forts on the back side of the 25 acres. With the cooler weather (60’s to 80’s F), I figure that they may be camping out there off and on, doing what kids do.
        I went to pick up cheap knick-knacks, like magnesium fire starters, survival knives, compasses, cord, etc.

        The Survivalist Outlet had moved, and I kept calling to find their place.
        Finally, I found it.

        As I walked up to the door without a mask, there was a very large sign which said: “We have n-95 Masks for sale.”.
        I swallowed.
        I wasn’t up to being scolded.
        I enter. No one in sight. A young lady eventually comes out with no mask on to see if I need any help.
        As I wonder about, I notice two other employees. No mask in sight. Normalcy.
        I never bought anything. It was all over-priced. They sure had a big collection of switchblades though.

  10. Perhaps its that I am old with long-hair and beard
    I look kinda scary, eccentric and weird.
    I walk with purpose. I don’t dawdle to chat
    with nancies or nazis about the wearing of masks.
    I’ve a perpetual scowl on my mug as I plod.
    Till I make eye contact with someone then smile and nod.
    I ask for help when I need it in my shopping endeavor.
    And negative reactions? I’ve received none whatever.
    Even the cashiers I’ve met have been friendly and cheerful.
    I have yet to meet any to whom I could give an earful.
    The masked submissives usually won’t look my way.
    Not a one of them yet has had one thing to say.
    I am not trying to be trouble. Heaven forfend.
    I don’t mean to be rude or try to offend.
    Just want to go about my business in my usual way.
    Just like I’ve done it for all of my days.

  11. From what I heard it is Germans,
    USA states have taken action and won
    Australia has a class action in the pipeline.
    we need more optimism, we may not be able to change the demonic,
    but we can go down fighting
    instead of cowards, walking dead, programmed idiotboxers. etc

    Glad to see more and more people having a say

    • Pessimism is how they authoritarians win…. as bad as things are they become hopeless only when people give up. I think thats why people like Alex Jones are allowed to exist, so we can be shown how bad things are and accept the narrative that we are going to loose….where as even a small push back makes them back off.
      Authoritarianism is the psychology of bullies who want to deal with fear and submission but back off from resistance…”If you feel mush press on with your thrust.”

  12. I think in more “conservative” areas it’s good to resist. In more authoritarian places that happen to be “liberal”, you may find more pushback from not having one, like being denied entry into a business.

    I live in one of those nasty tech hubs “liberal” areas most of the time (make way more money here) and have been refused entry in certain places without a mask. I don’t grow my own food here, so out of necessity need to put a mask on to by food when I’m here. There’s actually a mandate to wear them outdoors and I never do that.

    When I traveled in a more rural “conservative” area (where I’m building a new home) they have a sign on business but no enforcement of masks. Few if any people wear the outside and no one says anything if you go in business without one. This was except for Safe way, but I didn’t shop there. I chose to give my money to small businesses.

    I think the overwhelmingly liberal places in the US, unfortunately, are very authoritarian (this was reversed years ago, but times have changed). The place to resist this is in traditionally conservative places that value liberty. Just my opinion. But the new flavor of liberalism is nasty and authoritarian and I’m over it.

  13. I love this series so much James. You’ve opened my eyes a lot since I’ve discovered you! I’ve been questioning this plandemic since Mid March. My gut told me something just wasn’t right. April and then on, I started doing my own research. It’s so disheartening to me that here we are in October and there are still so many people that don’t see the truth and the reality of what’s really going on.

  14. That’s quite a smoking gun. Sod it, even a smoking cannon. But how much more obvious can it get!?

    • How do we know the sequence if it hasn’t been isolated? If the particle is of a known size sure as hell it can be filtered and separated from other, differently sized particles.

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