Interview 1621 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Mar 4, 2021 | Interviews | 43 comments

Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

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Story #1: L.A. School District Partners with Microsoft to Introduce COVID-19 “Daily Pass” App for Kids

LAUSD to Launch Daily Pass Health Check System. Here’s How It Works

Introducing the Daily Pass

China Makes COVID-19 Anal Swabs Mandatory for Foreigners

China Gave US Diplomats Anal COVID Tests “In Error,” American Officials Say

Story #2: Mexico to Ban Glyphosate, GM Corn Presidential Decree Comes Despite Intense Pressure from Industry, U.S. Authorities

PDF: Mexico Publishes Decree to Ban Glyphosate and GE Corn

Revealed: Monsanto owner and US officials pressured Mexico to drop glyphosate ban

Ian Brown Steps Down As Headliner of Neighbourhood Weekender 2021

“My Saturday night headline show at NHBD Weekender Festival will now not happen! I refuse to accept vaccination proof as condition of entry.Refunds are available! X”

From ‘Jolene’ To Vaccine: Dolly Parton Gets COVID-19 Shot She Helped Fund

Story #3: Kings of Leon Will Be the First Band to Release an Album as an NFT

Field Guide to Music’s Potential Crypto Boom

Non-Fungible Token

Patrick Wood on the Hard Road to World Order

Money as Debt III – Evolution Beyond Money

Think you know how to “End The Fed”? Take the #FedChallenge

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  1. This may not be the right platform to post this. However, having just read the Pfizer and Astra Zeneca inserts in full, I can inform everyone that neither company advocates vaccinating anyone on blood thinners, so if you know anyone who is, you can warn them. No doctor/nurse would volunteer this information.

    • It’s weird to have rules? Most people and websites and such have boundaries and rules. Why should this site be any different?

      Do you feel that rules and boundaries don’t also apply to you?

    • I need an aspirin when I think about these vaccines.

      Oh! good! Aspirin thins the blood.

    • I have to say this. STOPT IT. STOP IT. STOP IT.

      We are not on this site to advance juvenile behavior by complaining about ‘slights’ by James or James or anyone. Since covid began more of the population is awakening to the false reality Narrative and are attempting to discover the truth of things. You’ve found the Corbett site because James’ expert dissection of the open source information is superior and well known. However, being a Corbett ‘grown-up’ requires that you do not bring your old adversarial attitudes and ways from other sites along with you–complaining, accusing, annoying, blaming, shaming, whatever–but you develop a new POV that advances you and everyone here.

      There was rarely any dysfunction on this forum prior to covid. The vast majority of subscribers practiced cooperative, helpful, encouraging and personally responsible behavior. So stop it. Bottom line: State your thoughts, follow the simple adult rules (there are so very few) and grow the ‘F’ up. Spiritual advancement is, by definition, slow. Everyone gets that but…

      in the meantime, be NICE.

  2. Another great show guys. I’m happy to support you both. And for those who do not know: If you’re looking for things that you personally can do to reduce the influence of the powerful, and at the same time increase your own, go to for a list of them. 🙂

  3. No need for childish behavior. You will be hard pressed to find a URL only post on these comment board. How difficult is it to copy a title or a snippet of text from the source you are referring to?

  4. James, I think you should do a podcast/documentary on the issue of self issued credit. It’s a very important topic and I’d venture to say that your work has more visibility than your recommendations.

  5. “Dollyrots” T-shirt is cracking me up. Does this have something to do with Dolly Parton getting injected? LOL!
    That QR code Microsoft Daily Pass propaganda cartoon also made me laugh. The QR Code Pass says “Los Feliz Elementary” on it. My good friend and writing partner of fifty plus years lives in Los Feliz. That is also Congressman Schiff’s district. My poor friend. Haha.

  6. Nice moustache and great show. Thanks.

  7. I was born and blessed near Manchester, The Stone Roses on in the car turned to the max.
    Even though I don’t know him, Ian Brown’s songs have made me feel that he’s an extension of my family where he loves you deeply but will be the first to say when your acting the maggot. Like when he said ….each to their own but will someone fucking pop them stupid balls, this I heard him say at one of his gigs when we the crowd were all bouncing up these giant inflatable balloons, I was thinking, I’m here to see the band not lookout for flying balls, he just went right ahead and said it.
    If he ever does come on the show will you ask him to sing a tune?
    Big Seed Perhaps?? And / or 10 Story Love Song?

    I really need to vent about this. I’m not on Twitter but I check what Ian has said sometimes and I’m sorry for subjecting you to Twitter stuff.
    So Ian said this

    I will NEVER sing to a crowd who must be vaccinated as a condition of attendance. NEVER EVER!

    Then Dom Jolly ( the guy with the big phone) said

    Ian Brown is both the coolest and nicest man I’ve been lucky enough to work with. It saddens me to see his views on Covid-19 & vaccines. It’s crazy how divided people have got over something that really should be fact-based. He’s a lovely man and hope he can reassess his views.

    I wanted to set up an account just to add my two pence worth. But then I though better of it.
    He is a BBC golden boy but that statement defines how hard we have got to work as being the voices of reason.

    • Can anybody see the two instances of double speak in Dom’s statement ?

  8. Finally a full interview with Dr. Wodarg in English.

    Check out this eye opening interview with Wolfgang Wodarg is one of the best in the series. He was a doctor, a public health official, member of the German parliament and later the Council of Europe. He fought against the 2009 Swine Flu situation and is an honorable and honest man we should all listen to.—Full-Interview-Inside—Planet-Lockdown:a

  9. Hey James guys, I’ve been watching/reading you two for many years now.
    Have you ever, just for sh-ts and giggles switched roles during a
    NWNW episode?

    I mean James Corbett starts out as ‘setup guy’ outlining what’s to come and introduces
    each story in a fun, punchy, fast moving style (with lots of broad grins and sarcasm) and then James Evan Pilato follows the introduction of each story with his astute take on their deep/hidden meaning?

    That would be cool to see. 🙂

    • Good idea! But there is a small matter of a moustache. You can’t swap moustaches

    • Fawlty Towers,
      You got my vote.
      I’ll vote harder if it doesn’t happen.

  10. This is so far beyond anything I could have imagined possible. I believe the human race is fundamentally a flawed creature headed for extinction. Maybe we are simply a temporary place holder as “awareness” emerges from an animal “being” to a more ethereal entity?

    • Absoluetely not, humans are not flawed, just lazy cowards.

    • Meanwhile an aunty just sent a message, ‘Great to see the vaccines rolling in’… There is some serious MK ultra mind massaging going on.

    • HEDGE110 says:
      Apparently the argument is that GMO is good for the economy?

      I guess it fits well with “genetically modified humans”.

      • Well said HomeRemedySupply. GMO foods may have the nutrients that growing transhumans need.

  11. Just wanted to share a personal win. My Department’s Executive Director visited our team meeting this week. He said we could ask him anything. I took the gap and stated that not all staff are keen to roll up their sleeves to stay employed. He thanked me for my contribution and told me he would raise my comment with senior leadership group. What surprised me was the silence from all except one team member who messaged me privately. Makes me sad that I’m in the 1% when it comes to logic.

    • Thanks Simon. I have another encounter from today. I coughed at the supermarket and the cashier told me that I should be using my elbow.
      I replied, “Are you really frightened about catching something?”.
      He replied “We should all be frightened”
      I replied “You do realise this is the biggest propaganda event of all time. I am not afraid at all”
      I noticing that speaking out can potentially break some kind of spell that has captured the masses.

  12. Maria,
    Thanks for mentioning that.
    I remember various past news stories of long ago about the corn in Mexico.

    January 30, 2007 – “On The”
    The Mexican Corn Crisis

    If there is one food that defines Mexico, it is corn. The nation has long been known as a massive producer of diverse varieties of corn. It is at the heart of their culture and cuisine. The Mayans called themselves “Children of the Corn.” So why is Mexico now “in the grip of the worst tortilla crisis in its modern history,” as the Washington Post (January 27) puts it? Let’s just say that “free trade” ain’t everything it is cracked up to be.

    By embracing the NAFTA treaty, Mexico surrendered its corn output to the vagaries of the North American corn market. Now, all of a sudden, Americans want corn, lots of it. As part of a dubious strategy to make “cleaner” gasoline while rewarding Big Agriculture and farm states, the U.S. Government is shoveling huge subsidies to corn-based ethanol production. This new demand has bid up prices in the U.S. and caused acute corn shortages in Mexico, which in turn has tripled and quadrupled the price of tortillas.

    In 2005, Mexico exported 137,000 tons of corn – but last year, it was actually forced to import 800,000 tons of corn from the U.S. and other countries. The “giant sucking sound” that H. Ross Perot predicted during the 1992 presidential campaign – American jobs heading to Mexico – is now the sound of Mexican corn flowing northward….

    • The Demise—and Rise—of Heirloom Corn in Mexico

      …According to Francisco Musi, the cofounder of Tamoa—a three-year-old company that sources corn from local farmers and provides it to restaurants in Mexico, Europe, and the United States—native corn first became endangered during the Green Revolution in Mexico in the 1960s. “Hybrids came to Mexico, with the promise of high yields and higher returns for farmers,” he says.

      The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) added to the problem in the 1990s by flooding Mexico with corn imported from the United States, which, in turn, hindered small local producers from being able to sell their own (more expensive) crops.

      And then there was the broader industrialization of tortillas. “The flour maker demands a very homogenous corn—the whiter the better—so farmers stopped planting the blue and red varieties,” Musi says. “It was good because there was a market for their crops, but on the other hand it promoted standardization over biodiversity.”

      Today, thanks to growing demand, diversity is resurfacing: 13 million tons of heirloom corn are grown annually in Mexico, and while the number of existing varieties changes from year to year, there are currently over 60 kinds represented. Farmers and their communities consume almost half of that production, which is why Tamoa only buys surplus. “We’ve been careful about this since the beginning,” says Sofia Casarin, Musi’s partner in business and life. “What if you create this demand for a product and then the farmers can’t eat it because it’s now a commodity?”…

      …Despite his success, Castañón wishes his product was more accessible to all socioeconomic groups. “Sadly, we’re catering to the middle and upper classes,” he says. “The price of regular Maseca tortillas is around 13 pesos per kilo, so blue-collar people can’t buy from us. I know they need to keep costs low, but they’re getting an entirely different product—and not just the flavor, but the nutritional value and the cultural value.”

      That so many people don’t value or understand the cultural significance of corn is one of the driving forces behind “Organización de Tortilla de Maíz Mexicana”….

    • When I was online yesterday, I noticed this Bayer – “Shaping Agriculture” block ad with a Mexican Farmer couple featured in the ad.
      I clicked it to see the MONSANTO TYPE PROPAGANDA…

      For these Mexican smallholders, farming is about love of their fields and communities.
      The pandemic punctuated livelihoods already shaped by isolation, climate change and unreliable markets.
      Could strategic assistance at a key moment help them change their stories?

      …Zaachila is a remote and beautiful place.
      Nestled in a large valley surrounded by mountains, this village in Oaxaca, Mexico is so small that its markets struggle to support the surrounding farming community.
      And climate change has taken a heavy toll, resulting in persistent drought. Nevertheless, Irene Pérez Coronel and her mother Filomena have farmed there for decades…

      …The Bayer team wanted to help.
      Joining forces with several partners, they coordinated a massive distribution of growing supplies all over the world, delivering “Better Life Farming” care packages to up to 2 million smallholders (Asia, Africa, Latin America)…

      …The packages are highly customized to specific needs in target areas. Some kits contain quality seeds, primarily for staple crops like rice and corn. Some consist of “crop protection products”. And some have both seeds and crop protection. Personal protective equipment is also included in some of the packages…

      (The words “genetically modified” seem to be deliberately not mentioned, but instead “hybrid” is used.)
      “Crop protection” is the collection of tools, products, and best practices farmers use to protect their crops from the negative impact of weeds, pests, and disease.
      Corbett Member Suzt lives in Oaxaca, Mexico.

  13. Maria,
    This LINK gives a James Corbett Welcome to the Corbett Report 7 minute video where James lays out some guidelines about the website and comments.

    EXCERPT from the linked comment…
    Something which helps us all out, is to have a description of the link.
    Many Corbett Report members will sometimes give a date and source, a summary or excerpts or transcripts or highlights.
    These descriptions and modifiers can sure help on locating a resource from a past Thread.
    Sometimes James will delete a comment because it only has a link.
    James will also delete spam type repeated copy-n-paste posts.
    Each comment has its own separate link. One can link to previously posted comments which contain information.”

    Maria, Just so you know… it is very common to see James post this message:
    [Please do not post links without titles and/or explanations of why people should be clicking on them. Please repost the link with a title and explanation. -JC]
    I have seen the JC quote hundreds of times.

    Occasionally, if I catch the link before James wakes up in Japan, and if I find it personally informative, I will reply to the comment with a DESCRIPTION and/or title of the link.

  14. Hi James

    Mi name is Carlos Alvarado, I’m a tv news producer here in a public university TV station in Jalisco. Please let me know if I can help in anyway, I just want to be a “present element” in this world… too difficult but I just begin as a good father and partner of my woman, I just try to go on and go out on difficult subjects here but as a member of public television is impossible… So here I am, as a disposable person who wants to participate.

    Please note; participant as difference as recruit.


    JC (or alviniz, as you wish)

    Here you can see some of our work:

  15. That covid school safety video is literally built like a parody.

    I’m on the verge of concluding that someone is deliberately producing ineffective, random & over-the-top propaganda, perhaps with the goal of leaving a bad taste in people’s mouths and repelling them away from particular concepts.
    Maybe there’s a whole other layer to all of this that we’re not yet seeing.

    • Why illustrate, edit & voice this covid school safety video like a creepy parody?

    • Why film Klaus Schwab in a bond villain manner?

    • Why, in the middle of your scamdemic, would you come hard & fast with things like book burning, ‘defund the police’, kill-whitey racism and transgender children?

    These are the sorts of things that will make most of the population take two steps back & ask themselves WTF is actually going on here?

  16. Observations from below the water line. I think back now to David Foster Wallace’s commencement speech.” Hows the water?”
    Some things appear on my radar because after 3 attempts at two separate sites when I type ” Shows the water” * Google AI response is ” Shows the water” Please try it. Im going out on a speculative limb here and propose his death came too early but on the heels of concept inoculation. He reveals to a large crowd that they may not know of ‘the water’, the matrix so to speak. Yes its all circumstantial but in the hands of a seasoned propagandist culture creator, even circumstantial is an unacceptable piece of evidence. Reminds me of more timely deaths, familiar to Corbett followers, Cary Mulless. Convenient aye. I do apologize for not being 100% accurate in spelling but look at it this way. Spelling English is the matrix. Rules rules rules, don’t except it if it isn’t spelled exactly perfect and any concept is to be regarded as invalid if the format doesn’t follow the prescribed rules.
    But that’s what I like about the community here. Drop the pretense. If you don’t know your in a fight for your country, family and the survival of your culture you are doomed. Don’t expect them to give you K-Y jelly. I will feed you, clothe you for awhile but you got to get off your ass. Bill Cooper said it best. ” the hour of the time is near.”

    Now please miss the meaning and attack the accuracy. See what I mean?
    Love you all. Thanks to my friends that inspire me daily.
    * Hows the water. Was typed.

    • GeneralBottleWasher,
      I missed ya fella.
      You got some Oklahoma wisdom with those words thar.
      –GBW says: Spelling English is the matrix. Rules rules rules, don’t except it if it isn’t spelled exactly perfect and any concept is to be regarded as invalid if the format doesn’t follow the prescribed rules.
      Your so rite in what you rite.

      Evidently, part of the Congressional 1.9 trillion Stimulus Package is a case of K-Y jelly to every household.
      I can tell that we aren’t too far behind China in our technical achievements.

      I bet northeastern Oklahoma got pretty nippy in mid February. South of the Red River, we all went bonkers and were praying for manmade global warming.

  17. wave.watcher says:
    …I can connect back to my 13-17 year old self and if I were a high school student being subjected to that I would kill myself….

    Man! No kidding. I can not imagine being a teenager in this era. It would be a sudden, shocking, continuous nightmare in real life on Elm Street.
    Bill Gates is really Freddy Krueger in disguise.

  18. Simon Black of “” often has an interesting weekly post.
    “Are you ready for this week’s absurdity?
    Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice.”

    Here are his headlines/stories for this week…
    White People Shouldn’t Translate Black Poetry

    California Demands Solitary Confinement for Kids Exposed to Covid

    School Superintendent Fired for Refusing to Perform Wakanda Salute
    (One superintendent— a “Black/Afro Latina Hispanic woman”— thought the salute introduced unnecessary racial division, and refused to perform it.)

    Gay Dad Not Diverse Enough for San Francisco Parent Advisory Committee
    (which is currently all women)

    Canada Post Suspends Mail Delivery to Mask-less Residents

    Seattle Shelter Offers Tax-Funded Heroin Pipes

    New Hampshire Bill Would Empower Mask Nazis

    • It’s no wonder onion news went under, they simply couldn’t compete with reality. How can one parody a parody?

  19. Hi James.
    Firstly, thank you so much for all that you do! I’ve been following you for years now and it’s great to have a place to go meet with like-minded individuals.

    So glad to hear of Mexico’s ban on glyphosate! I really hope it lasts. Reading others comments reflecting the skepticism I felt when I first learned of it.
    Being an open pollinated crop, a total ban on GM corn is the only thing that will work to bring the heirloom varieties back successfully without being contaminated by airborne pollen from nearby GM crops. Important to ban the “Roundup Ready” aka glyphosate tolerant GMOs as well as the BT varieties.

    I have followed the shenanigans of Monsanto since I first learned that a “certain” chemical company had purchased my favorite organic seed company, (and was snapping up all the independent organic seed companies they could get their hands on) in the early 2000s. WTH???! Call me crazy, but my tendency to extrapolate the potential “what could go wrong?” scenarios, had my blood run cold when I first heard the news. It got worse the deeper I dug into their history from 1901 to present. I became obsessed and spent countless hours researching that horror show. Who knew that anything I would have imagined back then paled in comparison to the revulsion of the actual reality that we have been watching unfold over the last two decades!

    And, speaking of creepy covid commercials out there. This one literally gave me chills when I first saw it. Whew.

    • Gosh!
      Oregon Public Health Division
      Thank you, Oregonians, for keeping social visits outside. Despite the inconvenience.

      That is sick! Mentally sick. 30 seconds of mental sickness.

      • This is a distribution post I sent out recently. The hot links will probably not appear. Ask and I will provide them.
        On the Oregon Health Authority website, they make it clear that in all public places it is mandatory to wear face masks if social distancing is not possible. There are no exemptions, not even medical exemptions. If wearing a mask will affect your physical health then your death can be marked up as another Covid death.

        They claim that there are converging studies that show that wearing a mask can help protect both us and the people around us from spreading and catching COVID-19. They give three links. The first one, their best “proof”, goes to an observational study financed by the WHO. This same study then admits that they do not have a randomized controlled trial, AKA scientific study, that shows that masks are effective. This is a bit misleading as they omit that there are over a dozen independent randomized controlled trials concerning face masks and respiratory viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, that conclude that there is no evidence masks are effective in stopping the spread of viruses.

      • HomeRemedySupply
        Its not random sickness… its a psychological weapon.
        Its their way of letting the viewer know “You are sooo helpless” that their abuser can make fun of them to their face so that the viewer BECOMES helpless and hopeless and depressed.

    • I thought the commercial was a parody….Ick.
      i guess we can see how much disgust those in power really have for normal humans.

    • I’ll backup our resident amigo Tejano, this is indeed a display of mental illness, a depiction of a situation coming from deepest recesses of Kubrik’s tormented fantasy, one that would make sudden death a welcome change of pace.

  20. Yeah, they’re selling it as “humorous”. Portland has been synonymous with the bizarre for forever. Right. I have as warped a sense of humor as one could imagine living in this “laugh or cry” world we find ourselves in. But no. Just NO.
    On a hopeful note akin to James wife’s experience in the PO today. I went to an auto repair shop today to drop my car off for a couple of weeks sans mask, and no one in the building had a mask on either!!! Mind you, this is not a fly by night establishment. I’m still smiling.

  21. Re Ian Brown

    Nena (anybody knows Nena? 99 balloons?)
    has said something similar:

    auf meinen Konzerten wird es auch weiterhin keine Zweiklassengesellschaft geben. Ihr seid immer alle willkommen! Ob du dich impfen lässt oder nicht, ist ganz allein DEINE Entscheidung und muss von jedem respektiert werden.

    There will continue to be no two-tier society at my concerts. You are always all welcome! Whether you get vaccinated or not is entirely YOUR decision and must be respected by everyone.

    I won’t link her instagram post but I found it with the search machine after two dozen articles about the same thing

    Re tokenization
    the iceagefarmer continues to deliver updates on tokenization/tracking everything in databases, e.g. in his recent episode on chicken killings in the UK (and then some general statements on the attack on (small scale, private, including his own) animal agriculture)

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