Interview 1759 – James Corbett on Deep State Consciousness

by | Oct 31, 2022 | Interviews, Videos | 15 comments

via The Deep State Consciousness Podcast: James Corbett joins me to talk about his five hour documentary series, False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda. In addition to asking James about the narrative of that history, I also inquire as to what he considers the big outstanding questions of the September 11th attacks to be, and whether the Truth movement is rising to the challenge of meeting them.

video courtesy Deep State Consciousness BitChuteOdysee / Rumble / YouTube


Deep State Consciousness – website / podcast

False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda

Secret Affairs: Britain’s collusion with radical Islam by Mark Curtis

Episode 408 – 9/11 Truth: Lessons Learned?


  1. James one brief moment in this interview was the closest I have seen you come to any discussion on the no-virus question. As I put to you by email months ago, while I can understand you may view it as a Judy Wood divide the movement issue, I can’t help but see it differently as it is so much more consequential. It is THE thing that underpins the entire Biosurveillance paradigm. I would really love to hear your thoughts on this. Be it the idea there are no viruses (as those that espouse it, not a theory so much as a refutation of the unsubstantiated virus theory) or as a close second place, your thoughts on the significance of the discussion. Am I wrong in thinking the Judy Wood analogy is not really analogous at all? Not sure if I should put this in a #Questionsforcorbett discussion!

    • Start here:
      Plant virus visible via special isotopes.
      And spreading from cell to cell.

      But most of the tests that are used are not producing useful results.
      And viruses only work on a small number of people, due to the limited conditions in which they can function.
      And you can not keep them in a jar without living cells

    • I’m curious to hear more of your opinions on the virus too, although I must have missed any references made to it in this interview. Obviously your content is a reflection of your own research interests and investigations, but I agree that the topic is not necessarily another polarising red herring in the alt. movement. To me, it seems central to the discussion of the biosecurity state and the potential falsehoods on which it may be predicated(even if your own conclusions lead you to disagree with the case mounted against viruses and germ theory).

      • Yep agree with all of that.
        FYI, It was just a passing comment. Richard, who he is talking to here, recently did an interview with a show called skeptico about the virus existence issue. James just commented in this interview here at one point how he enjoyed that skeptico discussion and how it was an interesting talk on how beliefs are determined regardless of what you end up concluding.

        • The Skeptiko guy was very lucid when he stated that he loved being right.

          And he evidently even prefers it to actually understanding phenomena and listening to his guest.

          He began by confusing the fact of questioning dogma with denying it.

          And as things moved forward, though I thought many of his examples were compelling and I naturally tend toward his views on the no-virus being a psyop (if not in its adherents’ legitimate gripes with germ theory, then in terms of the timing of their campaign), I found him to be close-minded and disrespectful to the point of insulting, to the point of demeaning his own position.

          Conspiracy theorist that I am, I even vaguely wondered if he was trying to inspire sympathy for the no-virus hypothesis.

          Richard Cox remained admirably poised, however, which in itself boosted credibility for the no-virus cause.

          So, Mr Corbett was right once again in his assessment that “it was an interesting talk on how beliefs are determined regardless of what you end up concluding.” as arrogantly demonstrated by the interviewer.

          • Come to think of it, I wonder if in part the Unknown Unknowns podcast was consciously or subconsciously inspired by this talk.

  2. Who Was The Real William The Con?

    “William the Conqueror went from one region to the next with an army to massacre the population – sometimes an innocent population.
    We can say that by 1072, [Satanic Atlantis] order had been restored, but it was an order imposed by terror.”

    On his deathbed, “Bill Con” admitted that he had conquered England unjustly.

    In your thoughts you will ponder the former terror: “Where is that chief officer? Where is the one who took the revenue? Where is the officer in charge of the towers?” Isaiah 33:18

    If you really keep the royal law found in Scripture, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” you are doing right. James 2:8

  3. For many, such as much of the people in Italy, today is a grand celebration of fascism.

    Fascism today is one hundred years old.

    The Long March on Rome ended up in America where it was hatched.

    “One hundred years ago, on October 31, 1922, Benito Mussolini, leader of the National Fascist Party, marched through Rome at the head of several thousand Blackshirts. The day before, Italy’s King Vittorio Emanuele III had appointed him Italian prime minister.

    It was the prelude to a brutal dictatorship that would last 23 years. The fascists suppressed democratic rights, terrorized and crushed the organized labour movement, waged horrific colonial wars, allied with Hitler’s Germany for World War II and sent 9,000 Jews to the gas chambers.”

    So many people in the US support fascism, and they have no idea that they do.

    In fact, people have no idea of what is going on and they don’t know they don’t know.

    Fascism is firmly esconced in the US military Keynsian capitalist economy.

    What comes next will depend on people’s ability to understand and organize.

    Take a look at The night at the Garden, New York circa 1930’s

  4. So my position is that there was no moon landing in 1969 (apart from one in a studio), let alone a pleasant return to earth, telephone call with the President and video feed to all those classrooms. Which side of the conspiracy ‘line’ does this place me on? If the choreographed moon landing is a ‘conspiracy fact’, surely when that truth is discovered it would be a wrecking ball to world views everywhere.

  5. If you thought I was getting testy in my last post James, wait until you read this BOMBSHELL! 🙂

    – Contrary to what you stated in your last interview on this subject, I am definitely not against research of non ‘pyrotechnic-related’ evidence! In fact, I am very interested in it and have always encouraged it.

    I don’t belong to the crowd that engages in endless debates about what type of explosives were used.
    You immediately grouped me with those people. I know it is counter-productive to debate the exact type of explosive used, for 21 years!

    – There is a HUGE difference between showing someone that explosives IN GENERAL, had to have been used to bring the towers down on 9/11 and getting caught up in endless debates about WHAT PARTICULAR TYPE of explosive was used !!!!

    – When someone asks you for your best evidence that 9/11 was an inside job/false flag operation, you don’t shy away from the best evidence available, unless you don’t know what it is.

    I’ve counted at least three interviews where you did just that:

    Sep 12, 2013 Interview 747 – James Corbett Talks 9/11 Truth on The Power Hour
    Aug. 20, 2018 Interview 1378 – James Corbett on Voluntaryism and Conspiracies
    Oct 31, 2022 Interview 1759 – James Corbett on Deep State Consciousness

    – It totally blows my mind, given James’ high intelligence, and all the research he has done on 9/11, and all of his major output:

    The Secret History of Al Qaeda, 9/11 Suspects, 9/11 Whistleblowers, 9/11 Trillions, 9/11 War Games, 9/11 Insider Trading, What You Don’t Know About 9/11 Could Fill A DVD, 9/11: A Conspiracy Theory

    that still to this day, 21 years after the event, he still doesn’t get 9/11 !

    It’s hard to believe, but in several interviews he has stated he could still change his mind about 9/11 being an inside job if sufficient evidence is provided.

    Today after 21 years James still believes/thinks, is convinced etc., that 9/11 was an inside job. He doesn’t KNOW it!

  6. Sidenote on my handle here at this site.

    I chose Fawlty Towers for a couple of reasons.

    Of course it was a play on words, giving a nod to the humorous Fawlty Towers gang created by John Cleese and Connie Booth.

    It’s also an obvious reference to the WTC towers that were demolished on 9/11.

    No, the robust towers (WTC1, WTC2) and WTC7 that stood perfectly fine for 30+ years and 14 years respectively, didn’t magically become faulty on 9/11 after planes crashed into two of them and fires started on several lower floors of one of them.

    All three towers would still be standing today had it not been for explosives that turned all three (steel and concrete) to dust.

    I devoted several years of my life to studying 9/11, almost full-time.
    I left no stone unturned. I examined all of the physical and circumstantial evidence that was available and became familiar with all of the name-players in the truth movement.

    I have a science background and knew from the outset (using Newton’s Third Law of Motion) that all three towers had to have been demolished.

    • Fawlty Towers, if the demolition narrative is unequivocal, we have a big problem with the acceptance of truth as a civilisation. What hope is there for a civilisation that chooses to accept a lie (choose you own adventure from moon landing to COVID-19 to 9-11).

      Fawlty Towers, given your science background, I would appreciate your perspective on the validity or otherwise of the moon landing (see my other post in the thread).

      • Thanks for your reply Hedge.

        Yes the demolition narrative is unequivocal.

        But here’s the problem. 99.9% of the world’s population
        are not familiar with Newton’s Laws of Motion.

        Therein lies the rub. IF, they could somehow be taught his
        laws, or even learn about them through simple examples,
        they would undoubtedly accept the truth about 9/11 and never look back.

        So they are accepting the lie about 9/11 due to ignorance.
        The exact same thing applies to the scamdemic.

        As I mentioned, I devoted several years to studying 9/11.
        My examination of the moon landings has been very cursory in comparison.

        However I must say I am certainly leaning heavily towards the ‘no moon landing’ camp.

        • I appreciate the reply Fawlty Towers. I guess with the moon landing I am wondering if there is an ‘unknown unknown’ in my case. I rely on the logic that we haven’t been back for over 50 years and humanity can’t just ‘forget’ how they got there.

          In relation to 9/11, if that ‘big lie’ can be communicated in a way that turns the masses, it will expose all the other big lies in my view.

          You are an asset to humanity for uncovering truth relating to 9/11.

          • Thanks Hedge.

            “I guess with the moon landing I am wondering if there is an ‘unknown unknown’ in my case. I rely on the logic that we haven’t been back for over 50 years and humanity can’t just ‘forget’ how they got there.”

            Well NASA is alleged to have destroyed all the technical details/specifications of the missions by accident, if you can believe that!

            That’s a convenient way to forget how to get there. 🙂

            Check out this article written by Bob McDonald, the CBC’s science specialist for over 30 years.

            But make sure you have your barf bag at the ready. He explains why we can’t fly to the moon today (written in 2017).


            “… It is amazing what can be accomplished with virtually unlimited funds, an enormous workforce, and willingness to take huge risks. And of course those risks paid off when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the moon for the first time … with only seconds of fuel remaining in the tanks.

            Of course, those conditions don’t exist today. The NASA workforce is one-tenth of what it used to be and funds are limited. The last 45 years have been spent building space shuttles and the International Space Station, which is why we don’t have the technology to take people back to the moon.

            …Leaving the Earth is not easy, even with 50 years of experience. But that doesn’t mean we should stop trying.”

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