Interview 1592 – Brainstorming Solutions Live on Air

by | Nov 7, 2020 | Interviews | 50 comments

James joins Ernest Hancock once again for his regular weekly appearance on Declare Your Independence. This week they discuss the pre-planned (s)election chaos leading into the darkest winter of the great reset and what we can actually do to break people’s mental dependence on the system of their enslavement. Stay tuned to the end where we brainstorm a specific idea for a new campaign to be launched this month.

Watch on Archive / BitChute / LBRY / Minds / YouTube or Download the mp4

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  1. Hi!

    I’m an older guy looking to get into crypto and total noob on this subject. I’ve tried looking at video on YT but they are not at my level. I’m not interested in mining and making profit, just looking for alternative method of payment to sell and buy goods. Can anyone point to a starter guide so I don’t make too many mistakes?


    • I’m in the exact same position! Anyone have a guide for geezers to crypto?

      • check to see if you have an ATM for bitcoin nearby. you pay cash. machine zaps the equivalent to your phone.

    • Crypto for Codgers

      Good question ya’ll. I’m an old codger too.
      You may want to try
      It wasn’t my first place to purchase, but many people find it simple.

      Today, one Bitcoin is valued at about $15,000.
      In February 2017, James Corbett gave away FREE 0.01 bitcoin to any Corbett Report Member who requested it. Today, it has a value of $150.

      As I note in the link’s comment, the IRS is tabulating transactions with bitcoin. I had to report my crypto purchase on my 2019 return.
      As Corbett often advises with alternative forms of currency, it is wise to approach alternatives in a ‘balanced’ perspective — not all-in on one form of alternative currency.

      Personally, I think physical silver is good for local alternative trade in counter-economics.
      Sidenote to stock market – Silver stocks will probably do very well in the upcoming months and years. (‘Your silver’ is buried in the ground.)

      • James Corbett says:
        …Can a cryptocurrency that lives up to the “pirate money” ideal be created, or is the idea destined to be neutered, co-opted and wrestled back into the service of the banksters?

        Now that is the question that matters….

        Taken from his 12/2/2017 article: Bitcoin $10,000: What Does It Mean?

        ANECDOTE – My first Bitcoin Buying Experience
        (Copy-n-paste from 8/16/2018)

        A credit card ban prompted me to purchase bitcoin around 2015.

        One night I was trying to place an ad on in the “Events” section, because our 9/11 Group had an upcoming event. Ads were fairly cheap and photos could be posted. I had run event ads on Backpage before. After setting up the script/photos for the ad, I get to the checkout ready with a credit card to pay about $25, but…

        …I find out that Backpage could no longer take credit cards. The credit card companies stopped doing business with Backpage, because Backpage had an escort ad section which suddenly got national press. With the bad PR, the credit card companies withdrew from Backpage. However, Backpage could take Bitcoin.

        Dang! I was up all night, learning about Bitcoin and then trying to buy some. It was a struggle back then, having to send photos of myself holding a piece of paper with the date, along with my checkbook and drivers license to some guy who I think was in Russia or eastern Europe. The bitcoin seller was very cautious and there was a lot of back-n-forth emailing and verification. I was very hesitant about putting my personal info out there, but gambled that it would be copacetic.
        I think one Bitcoin was around $350 back then. I spent about $200, paying the guy a premium price for the bitcoin.

        Backpage eventually started taking credit cards again.
        In fact, about a year or so ago, I had run some “Event” ads on Backpage which promoted the CorbettReport’s “How Big Oil Conquered the World” YouTube video with links. It ran in the North Texas area for about 6 months I think.

        Some months ago, I think the Feds came in and took down Backpage. I believe it was because of allegations that some of the escort ad section involved girls under age 18.

        Years ago, Backpage got its start from The Dallas Observer newspaper which had backpage ads.


      • Multiple taxation is nothing new worldwide.

        Income “tax” -> Sales “tax” -> Property “tax”. It’s a wonder you are left anything of what you earned at the end of the day.

      • Capital Gains Tax

        We all know that governments want to monitor and control our money. That is the real agenda.
        The IRS is using Capital Gains as a pretext regarding crypto.
        All U.S. based crypto exchanges are required to give the IRS access to their records.

        “Capital Gains”
        When a person buys an asset, such as a stock, and sells it for a profit, then they realize a “gain” from their “capital” investment.
        Assets could be such things as property, mineral rights, stocks, crypto, art, collectibles, etc.

        The “gain” only counts when the asset is sold at a profit.
        They use the term “realized”.

        I had bought (MTA) Metalla Royalty stock at $5 per share months back. Sold it for $9.50 per share last week. I made a capital gain of $4.50 per share. I realized that profit.
        I will be taxed at the “Capital Gains Tax Rate” per the IRS codes.
        When a person loses money from selling a stock at a loss, it can help offset the capital gain.

        Trump had lowered the tax rate on Capital Gains.
        Wall Street was happy.

        Crypto trading can reap some big profits (or losses).
        If a person buys crypto for a low price, then sells it for a higher price, that person has a Capital Gain. But the “Gain” only happens when you sell it for a profit, when you “realize” the profit.
        If the price of crypto which you own goes up or down, it has no affect on your capital gains (or loss) unless you sell it.

        A person really needs an accountant to figure Capital Gains.

        With the Robinhood App, crypto and stock trading have become very popular for the younger generations.

        I wouldn’t be concerned, if you just buy your crypto and sit on it or use it to purchase items at a place like Corbett Report or Agorist.Market or OVERSTOCK.COM

        I don’t have much crypto. But I rarely use it. It just sits. Mostly, I use it to give Corbett an annual payment.

        Don’t worry about the IRS.
        Well…unless you are making bookoo money with crypto, or making unreported substantial money with any digitally traceable income.

        I have been audited twice by the IRS. Once had agents coming to my business repeatedly trying to find me there.
        There were several times and many years where I was on a payment plan to pay past due taxes.

        If you have committed a minor “sin” in the eyes of the IRS, I wouldn’t worry.
        They will send you a notice if something hits their radar.

        • Art of War – “Don’t get caught.”

          Pollen Pusher,
          I agree with you about NOT volunteering information, but it should be noted that many transactions are monitored by the IRS, including U.S. based Crypto exchanges. Many companies send a statement to the IRS if that company has your SS#.

          “Don’t get caught in a blatant lie” is my mantra.
          It pisses the IRS off and throws up the red flag when they have direct evidence that you lied to them.
          My first audit details how pissed off they were. (See LINK)

          I served on a Federal Grand Jury IRS Tax Case.

          It is important to be aware of what documents and information that the government has on a person. (e.g. Social Security has your entire life’s year by year income.)

          All that said, a POSITIVE note:
          #1 ~~Government agencies are incompetent and most Federal workers are in the game for an easy ride to retirement of paper pushing — not to aggressively seek out extra work.
          #2 ~~The IRS only prosecutes and/or audits a very small percentage of cases compared to their Red Flag list. Their Red Flag list is so long that the IRS does not have the staff nor funds to go after everyone. Each and every year, it is a mammoth list.

    • Step 1: Register with a crypto currency online exchange, or visit a website like ( ) if you want to buy with cash anonymously directly from another person in real life or via mail. But if you are a noob, and also don’t mind paying taxes on the ‘interest’ you earn, then just go through an exchange because it is very easy. If you use an exchange, do a bit of research, but I would suggest using a large, well established and reputable exchange.

      Step 2: Get a cryptocurrency wallet. I would suggest buying a hardware wallet like Ledger Nano or Trezor. Those are the two best as far as I am aware. ( ); ( ). If you don’t want to do that, use a cryptocurrency app for your smart phone, such a BRD wallet ( )

      Step 3: Purchase your cryptocurrency. It will appear in the wallet that the cryptocurrency online exchange provides for you. Do not keep it here, because exchanges can get hacked. You also do not have full control of it until it is in your own personal wallet.

      Step 4: Transfer your newly bought cryptocurrency from the exchange to your hardware wallet.

      • Hardware Wallet ANECDOTE

        About 6 years ago when I was married, my wife put a bunch of cryptocurrency on a hardware wallet. It was an assortment of currencies (bitcoin, Ethereum, and a few others) She had a total of more than $10,000 in crypto. It may had been closer to 20k or even 30k. I don’t remember the exact total.

        One day, she went to check her crypto amounts via the hardware, but one of the cryptocurrencies was completely gone.

        I passed on helping her with it, because I don’t know squat about it…and I certainly would be blamed if something didn’t turn out right.
        She called her son-in-law to come over and mess with it. He is tech savvy. Many full days were spent trying to ‘find’ the currency. No luck.

        I think she lost around $5,000.
        For me, during that time period & now, 5k is a LOT of money.
        She just kind of yawned, similar to how she would when she throws out 5-10k remodeling the same home space to a different theme every two years.

    • I could suggest the Cointelegraph channel on gootoob and the Pomp Podcast.
      I’d also be careful of coinbase and all exchanges with excessive KYC
      Check out bitcoin ATM if you have one close – also

    • TheGuyver
      I have a pal who did cryto mining… it was expensive to get the graphics cards (which were good ones) but the actual PC mother boards (pretty rubbish ones at that) he mounted on a PVC pipe rack.
      He bought himself a couple of rifles with the proceeds but it was only good for ‘pocket money’, not a livelihood. He did not make much after set up costs and he gave up after his electric went back to normal price and whatever he was mining dropped in value.
      His setup was UBER HOT when running

    • I can’t listen to this Ernest Hancock guy. His thinking and speaking is so chaotic and disordered, and he interupts James so much, that there’s no forward momentum or coherent narrative to the conversation.

  2. I call bull! I see James to me, like Exidor was to Mork from Ork! Get yourself a robe, buddy, where you lead we will follow!?
    Anyone know where to acquire our leader a Julius Caesar style wig?

  3. Libertydan says:
    I listened to this Interview by way of a link in a comment in the latest “New World Next Week”, and I am happy to see it posted here.

    Corbett Report Member Big-_-Brother started a Sub-Thread.

    I strongly encourage people to take a look, especially if you are interested in finding more LIKE MINDED PEOPLE in your areas, or other resources.

  4. @41:37 James talks about gym and store owners refusing to close. I got my hair cut at a new barber shop the other day and none of the barbers or patrons were wearing masks. I live in California where masks are mandatory. Near the end of my haircut I asked the barber if they ever shut down their shop. He said at first they did, and then after a month or two of being shut down they decided to open up. I asked him if the County/City told them to close. He said they received a couple letters asking them to but they refused. He said no official ever came around in person and after those couple letters they haven’t heard anything since. I asked him what he thought about that and he essentially said that their barber shop called the County’s/City’s bluff and they haven’t pursued it further. Their threats were just for show, at least in this case.

    This is a good example of how defiance of an order can turn out. You just say, no I’m not going to do it. Do your worst to me. I refuse to comply. When enough people get sick of it, there is not enough government staff to enforce the shutdown orders, mask orders, etc.

    • I think this is the only way now. Non compliance. Thanks for sharing.

    • scpat! Great ANECDOTE!
      I love hearing this.

      The other day, on THE HIGHWIRE, Del Bigtree interviewed Kevin Kiley .

      93.1 KFBK – November 3, 2020
      Court Declares Governor Newsom Executive Order Unconstitutional


      Monday, a Northern California judge tentatively ruled in favor of state Assemblymembers James Gallagher and Kevin Kiley regarding their lawsuit against Governor Gavin Newsom.
      The two Republicans are claiming the Democratic governor has abused his power during the COVID-19 pandemic.
      They have been arguing that the California Emergency Services Act does not provide for one-man rule.

      Sutter County Superior Court Judge Sarah Heckman ruled as unconstitutional Governor Newsom’s statewide vote-by-mail executive order. The directive required that all registered voters in California receive mail-in ballots to avoid having large numbers of people gathered at polling places. It also mandated one voting place per 10,000 residents be open from October 31st to November 2nd for at least 8 hours.

      In addition, the judge’s tentative ruling places an injunction on any unilateral attempts by the Governor to make or change state law in the immediate future.

      Assemblyman Gallagher represents the 3rd Assembly District, which encompasses all of Glenn, Sutter, Tehama and Yuba counties as well as portions of Butte and Colusa counties.

      “This is a victory for separation of powers. The Governor has continued to create and change state law without public input and without the deliberative process provided by the Legislature,” said Kiley.
      “The judicial branch again gave him the check that was needed and that the Constitution requires.”

      Assemblyman Kiley represents the 6th Assembly District, which includes the Sacramento, Placer, and El Dorado County communities of Cameron Park, El Dorado Hills, Fair Oaks, Folsom, Granite Bay, Lincoln, Loomis, Orangevale, Penryn, Rocklin, Roseville, and Sheridan.

      “Nobody disputes that there are actions that should be taken to keep people safe during an emergency,” (sic)add Kiley.
      “But that doesn’t mean that we put our Constitution and free society on hold by centralizing all power in the hands of one man.”

      (more in article with video)

      • This is good news. Little by little chipping away will make a difference in the long run.

    • I like to support any defiant businesses. That is part of my activism–I will patronize businesses that I know are going against the rules, and will boycott or limit my shopping at other businesses that are Gung Ho about the rules. There is a gas station in my town where the owner and employees don’t wear masks, they have no mask signs on their doors and they obviously do not require any customer to wear one. I buy my gas from them. Those are my type of people.

    • California Restaurant – NO MASKS ALLOWED
      Basilico’s Pasta e Vino, an Italian restaurant in Huntington Beach, Calif., recently put up a “Godfather”-themed billboard to show its opposition to masks.

      The billboard — which uses font similar to the iconic 1972 film poster — says “Leave the mask, take the cannoli,” according to a photo from KTLA taken on Monday.

      The line is derived from a famous quote in “The Godfather,” which says: “Leave the gun, take the cannoli.”

      Here is the Del Bigtree interview with Tony Roman
      (17 minutes)

      • Ya gotta love a cheeky and defiant stance. BRAVO!

  5. Except that the dude that runs Craigslist is one of the technocracy

    This interview is pretty torturous to listen to – I get why James does them presumably to extend reach but this dude is hard to follow with his rambling redundancies – plus the talk of Christ.

    • Don’t let the virtual door hit you in your judgmental arse on your way outta here mofo!

  6. Doing ANYTHING will make people feel better… some cheep ideas.

    Eat the weeds… You could plant flower pots or an old waste lot, best thing is most people wont know what they are looking at
    Purslane..junk you can eat. Seeds are cheep.

    Sprouting… more nutrients then the seed itself. You can (allegedly) live
    on Alfalfa sprouts. Goodness knows how much you’d need to eat for energy…but full of vitamins and almost zero storage and lasts for years as seed if stored well in cool, dry and dark

  7. As a Psychopath I really DONT want to censor people online…I want them to all to hang out online and rage about all the people they are going to kill and all the things they are going to do… AS LONG as they do it without knowing th people they rage with in the real world
    I might even invent the internet JUST for that reason (The “Innovators” by Walter Issacson) and get my pal Larry Brilliant in on it too…

    even if it makes some of the peons more powerful and knowledgeable.
    I want the cattle to be entertained and swiping their phones, and the more aggressive to be growling and hissing IN THEIR PENS. Then I can come around with my humane killer and pop each one singly by themselves rather then in a mob.

    WHEN i start to censor big time it means that I have either lost control OR I want to do something big

    Get right with God and Jesus.

    Ernest Hancock does a good job of directing the conversation and trying to find positive notes.

    Keynotes are at the 26:30 mark when James Corbett talks about Solutions on his website’s “TAGS” menu.
    James Corbett QUOTE
    “First and foremost, the absolute bedrock of all of the SOLUTIONS is building COMMUNITY. Without community, you can come up with whatever… …it has to be based on community.”

    And again at 43 minutes, Ernest talks about Community.

    I want to mention something here about community.
    Some folks whine that they can’t find “community”.

    There are many ways, sources and methods to find and build community, to find like-minded people.

    • HRS – Always appreciate your input. The building community portion was a subject I hoped would be addressed and perked up when James jumped on it. Loud mouth Ernie is always difficult to endure, and frankly, I want to slap him every time he interrupts James. But that’s Ernie. It’s genetic I suppose. The Loudmouth gene. Reminded me of your ex-wife; her spendthrift gene (laughed at that post a while back). What concerns me is the AI monitoring/collating/analyzing of all electronic correspondence. A couple of friends of mine in the states won’t discuss anything meaningful via email. I agree. That’s why I was pleased there was discussion of “meet ups”, physical get togethers to discuss problems, strategies, solutions. Thumbs up on that one.

      Moved to Thailand middle of April 2019 with the intention of staying a year. Still here. Got another visa. Had booked a flight back in April but cancelled when everything turned to shit with my girlfriend, who is on the opposite side of the plandemic. As are my family and friends. So there is no longer a reason to return. I’m here to stay. Besides, I would never fly wearing a mask. And they can put their social distancing where the sun doesn’t shine.

      Was a bit mystified when Ernie said: “Look what’s happening in Thailand!” As I have a pretty good view; looking out the window, it appeared to be no different from where I sit. Perhaps he was talking about the south. I live in the north so don’t pay much attention to what’s happening down there (anything south of Chiangmai is south to me). Military coups rarely affect the farangs. Haven’t had a TV in decades so the mind hasn’t turned to jello. Most mainstream news I get once a week from JEP and NWNW.

      To everyone reading this, thank you for being a part of the CR community and your contribution to finding solutions. Before signing in here, I watched the latest post of Claudia at Cabin Talk on Bitchute. With this pugnacious purposeful veritable gladiator for truth and justice on our side, the pernicious psychopathic purveyors of plandemic porn haven’t got a chance.

      • THAILAND anecdote

        Gosh…I enjoyed your comment, and the update on how things are outside your window.
        I laughed at the ex-wife thing you remembered.
        A few months back, another person living in Thailand commented here.

  9. The great reset is underway with the Biden/Haris “build back better” platform. Biden has just been selected with voting fraud. I think they try to stir chaos possibly to declare martial law.

    I think the conservatives need to re-group and find alternatives outside of the grid. There is strength in numbers. I think hatred is toxic, so instead of using anger for violence, channel this to find solutions. Perhaps some of the “liberals” will dislike the new agenda and will want to be part of freedom-oriented economies and societies.

    I think this may definitely show some of the conservatives that the state apparatus and elections are a fraud, and they may embrace a more libertarian or agorist philosophy.

  10. Brother,
    I agree with your Game Four and take… i.e. “So I don’t think there will be chaos and destruction especially with the conservatives side, I was more worried about the leftist who were looting and rioting all summer.”

    If James does expand on the “Transition Integrity Project”, my only interest is to see the Video Footage of John Podesta during one of the War Games.
    Does he mention pizza and sick child-porn art during the exercise?

    I’ve only followed the election on occasional idle curiosity, mostly to see how the different media were framing things, and to see the many subversive efforts to rig the vote counts.
    I had no dog in this race. I don’t even visit the racetrack.

    There certainly was a lot of passion by the Left to win the election, no matter how unethical.
    Of course, we all know that voter fraud exists, and has gone on many times in history.
    On late election night, I scrolled to different media “Live Coverages”. The anti-Trump media bias was notable. Even NPR had statements like “We might not win” when Trump had the early lead.

    Anyway, all-in-all, I feel like the election is a dead horse.
    We can kick it around all we want, but it ain’t going to move.

    • No humanity must reject the “Great Reset” or else we will all perish. I believe it will be the end of humanity. This is an evolutionary challenge and we will rise to the occasion!

    • anonymint,
      My perspective is now different. Regarding my comment above…I was wrong.

      But I want to mention that the Team Blue vs Team Red is not the real game that is going on from my perspective.
      When I hear ” too late to stop the Demonrats “
      or “the Republican legislatures in the swing states can override the rigged vote”,
      it shuts me down.

      I do not really care about the election.

      I don’t want to get into a back-n-forth about the topic. And I won’t.
      You can have your perspective.
      I can have mine.

  11. Yay,

    Make Agorism Great Again!!

    (I Figure the previous guy who used that slogan is too preoccupied at the moment to worry about me steeling it)

    • MAGA
      That’s good! Octium.

  12. Qanon was readying US population for a “poll” also called ‘election’. They just flushed out what percentage of each State’s residents are going to be nononconformist to the Reset and are awake, and where/how much strong-handling and ‘convincing’ plus resources will be needed. In my books, that was Trump’s main script and I believe both candidates play in the same sandbox. Seeing that the Canadian government is openly soliciting quotes for the building/management of ‘quarantine’ camps, one may extrapolate to other places,. It makes sense to target a larger concentration of facilities and resources to areas of known resistance. They now have a very clear view of how many are firmly asleep and where. From here we go to continued lockdowns, waterfalls of social aid cheques to the progressively maimed and willingly accepting populace, eventually bankrupting countries. Finally, the conditional bail-out where beggars can’t be choosers. I wouldn’t expect they let us see the real numbers of awakening. What does give me some hope it is that I work in the natural resource sector and historically bureaucrats have poor predictability of natural processes.

    • This is certainly what they want. I’m hoping that American’s who are better armed than most citizens of various European Countries will stand up to this. Even if we die fighting, it is really better than to live as a slave. This is why Americans must never disarm themselves. That’s always a mistake. Sometimes violent revolt, as a last resort is necessary.

      • Indeed, good to remember that. Never make yourself an easy target. Sometimes we have to stand up and fight and take the ultimate risk and lose our lives.

      • People are capable of making mistakes due to being misinformed and also many American’s have been against the wars and the false flags. I think the ones who will win are the “elites” if we don’t fight.

  13. I think they will play an as yet unknown wild card to justify kicking the tyranny up, quickly and by orders of magnitude. The “mission creep” pace is now working against them. Main target: USA, due to capacity for viable blowback. When multiple key swamp players go missing from the grid simultaneously, that is the tipoff, that they’re bugged out to D.U.M.Bs or some Southern Hemisphere rat nest. Then SHTF. Like the plot of the movie “Miracle Mile”. Or not.

  14. Big-_-Brother says:
    I wish James could expand more the Transition Integrity Project.

    Hot dang Brother!
    You got the magic touch!

    Corbett sure did talk about TIP with his 11/08/2020 article
    The Chaos IS The Plan

    I am glad that he did, because I sure missed some key aspects to the Transition Integrity Project.

    I’ll wager that James Corbett will talk about this topic in a video or make reference to his article.

  15. Thanks for all your replies! I’ll take a few days to read through all of them and ponder again some 🙂

  16. Hopes rise for end of pandemic as Pfizer says vaccine is 90% effective
    Guardian ->

    Hopes are soaring that a Covid vaccine is within reach, following news that an interim analysis has shown Pfizer/BioNTech’s candidate was 90% effective in protecting people from transmission of the virus in global trials.

    The vaccine performed much better than most experts had hoped for, according to the companies’ analysis, and brings into view a potential end to a pandemic that has killed more than a million people, battered economies and upended daily life worldwide.

    The data is from an interim analysis and the trial continues into December but the headline results were emphatic. Regulators will be looking to process an emergency licence application at record speed.

    90% effective at preventing infections. Can you read “90%”, conspiracy kooks?

  17. Is it still possible to obtain legacy addresses? I do know I have some rather old wallets with a few PPMs of bitcoin on there, but finding that is probably out of the question. I’m mostly intrigued to see if that’s a legacy one.

    • Barter does not scale, but self issued credit does. While it is a more complex system than fiat currency it is firmly grounded in reality and very much resistant to centralized control.

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