Interview 925 – James Perloff on “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior”

by | Aug 9, 2014 | Interviews | 13 comments

Author and researcher James Perloff joins us once again, this time to discuss his most recent book, “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior.” We discuss a range of subjects covered by the book, from false flag events and pretexts for war to the depopulation agenda, Zionism, the Rockefeller-funded ecumenical movement, the culture creation industry and more. We also engage in a discussion on differences in political ideology and the solution to the global government agenda.

Update: Note received from James Perloff after the interview:

There’s a clarification I’d like to make regarding your early question of whether the Establishment is patriotic or anti-patriotic. They are absolutely anti-patriotic and anti-sovereignty. This is proven by everything they write in in their internal organs such as the journal Foreign Affairs. Their occasional public flag-waving is simply to motivate young men to enlist and the people to get behind their wars.

Just to take World War I as an example, the war was used to destroy the sovereignty of other empires and nations–such as the Ottoman Empire, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Russia, the kaiser’s Germany, etc. Europe was sweepingly restructured and brought loosely under the internationalist League of Nations. But to get American soldiers to partake in this plan of nation-destruction, here in America the flag was waved, Uncle Sam appeared on recruiting posters, and people were told they were ‘defending America.’ However, these patriotics were propaganda solely for the purpose of manipulating of the public, and that process continues to this day, as when soldiers are sent to the Middle East on the pretext that they are defending our freedoms.

Ultimately, they have America’s sovereignty in their gun sights as well, as proven by the CFR’s push for a North American Union.

In the interview, I said it depended on context, and I don’t think my answer communicated it with adequate clarity, as is apt to happen in an impromptu response.

Update 2: Received from James Perloff August 11th

James, since you kindly posted my comments on democracy, I’d like to try adding add a couple more.

In our first interview, on the Shadows of Power, we’d been totally on the same page; so I was unprepared for challenges in the second interview. This is my fault, but I’d like to add further perspective that I consider relevant, but that I didn’t think of spur-of-the-moment.

(1) Regarding monarchies—this is not a major focus of Truth Is a Lonely Warrior, it is one section of one chapter, out of nearly 30 chapters and appendices. I was certainly not raised a monarchist; I grew up in a middle-class American home and was taught what a tyrant King George III supposedly was. However, in years of study I discovered that the Illuminati had their own reasons for denigrating monarchs. In the interview, I pointed out that many monarchies were destroyed because they symbolized nationhood, which stood in the way of world government.

But there is more to it. The Rothschild/banksters knew they could not insinuate themselves into the bloodline of an emperor or king. By eliminating monarchies, and replacing them with “democracy,” the banksters knew they would need only 51 percent of the vote to take over a nation. And when you own the media, 51 percent is a cinch. Also, monarchies tended to unify nations, whereas democracy inherently divides them (into political factions); a divided country is easier to conquer. This is simply the “divide and conquer” principle.

The czars executed 467 people between 1826 and 1904, but millions died under Lenin and Stalin. There were seven prisoners in the Bastille when it was stormed, but more than a million Frenchmen died in the post-Louis Reign of Terror. More people were executed by Ayatollah Khomeini during his first month in power than by the Shah of Iran during 38 years on the throne. I am NOT glorifying monarchs; but I am saying their “tyranny” was greatly exaggerated by others who had their own agenda for restructuring the world.

(2) You noted the paucity of footnotes in the culture-music chapter. I do want to mention that the chapter is only 3 pages long. I’d also like to comment on the approach of intelligence veterans like John Coleman. I have read all the newsletters of Hilaire du Berrier, dated 1958 to 2001. Du Berrier was in the OSS (the CIA’s forerunner) and had an extensive network of intelligence contacts. Sometimes his newsletter quoted a book or newspaper, and you could double-check it. But SOME information came from his personal intelligence contacts, and there was no way to verify it.

If we dismiss this category of information because it’s not footnoted to an accessible source, we risk omitting a lot of valuable information. OK, so how can I prove du Berrier wasn’t fabricating a particular statement? Usually, I can’t. But over 43 years, I found him trustworthy, a man whose observations were predictive, a man of integrity NOT given to sensationalism. He was no Hearst “Yellow Journalist.” As to Coleman, he has made the same observation about his critics. How is he supposed to footnote something seen in an intelligence file? MI6 is not a public library; we can’t go there and ask for the file. And let me just flip it here: footnotes themselves are no guarantors of credibility; I can produce copious footnotes linked to books and journals that are themselves sources of misinformation. Here is where discernment becomes vital.

I, too, would like to see more that supports Coleman’s remarks about the Beatles, but their intense coverage and promotion by the MSM of that day (TV networks, covers of Look and Newsweek, etc.) strongly suggests the Establishment’s hand at work. Of course, James, if Time Magazine puts YOU AND ME on its cover, I’ll reconsider.


James Perloff’s website

Truth Is A Lonely Warrior

The Shadows of Power

Corbett Report Interview 901 – James Perloff Exposes the CFR Agenda


  1. OMG, James, you have to have Chinatown on FLNWO. Can’t believe you haven’t seen it.

  2. The research on the origins of the rock n roll/hippie “culture” is by David McGowan. He has a website and has just published his research in a book called Weird Scenes inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops and the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream. It’s a great read. Btw, his website has an excellent series of articles about the Apollo hoax as well as 911.

  3. James, I especially enjoy hearing the differences in opinion discussed. Nothing wrong with disagreeing. Keep up the good work!

  4. Excellent as always ! Thx James and James ! This is such a great true alt media site, like Boiling Frogs Post, Traces of Reality, Peter B. Collins, Wide Awake News, Smells Like Human Spirit, and all the other ones listed on BoilingFrogsPost ! I just wanted to say though that I dont agree with the anarchy idealism. Its not government thats the problem, its bad government. We need management, organization, protection, etc. like any other organization such as businesses, universitys, etc. Societys are organizations too. They need leadership, administration, protection, etc. but wise and compassionate administration. One major problem is that business people should not be administering society, they should stick to business ! Government should be done from beyond business and be representative of all the people, not run by big business ! Like I said, we need good government not no government. But like I said I luv your site, its great ! Thx. !

  5. Thanks for the reply. To be clear, I do not subscribe to the theory that the Beatles did not write their own music. I have never seen any convincing proof of that, and you can listen to my own debunking of that idea in Episode 248:

    However, I do believe there was orchestration of the first wave of Beatlemania, including the incessant and over-the-top media coverage of their first American visit and the long circulating rumors that Brian Epstein personally purchased several thousand copies of “Love Me Do” to help that particularly ear-gougingly boring song chart in the first place. I am not necessarily suggesting an Illuminati conspiracy here so much as clever (and exceptionally successful) marketing. The subsequent wave of Beatlemania was obviously an authentic phenomenon.

  6. I haven’t finished listening yet but James (Corbett), I greatly appreciate you discussing your points of objection to Mr. Perloff’s book. I think it’s critically important to be able to disagree w/ guests on things even if they’re nice people with good intentions (both of which I’m confident describes Mr Perloff). And of course you were tasteful and civil about it. A lesson for us all on how to discuss points of disagreement with people we know.

  7. Great discussion. I have the utmost respect for Mr Perloff and have read his book. James, you did a wonderful job touching on some points of disagreement that I had with the book as well. However, I find it awkward that Mr Perloff perpounds a personal view of creationism, and that we are in some sort of biblical fight between god and satan. I my self don’t believe in god (that discovery is actually what led me down this “Truth” seeking quest), and am in no means a scientific materialist, but I think it’s strange to talk about evidence and truth, then, all of a sudden throw in creationism, religion and biblical prophecies. It makes me scratch my head. Anyways, I just thought I’d throw my two cents in. Mr Perloff, keep it up, still have great respect for you and your work. James, always a pleasure listening to your insightful analysis.

    • I think much of the geo-political and economic insanity going on is indeed biblical in the sense that the ptsb are gods on this earth and seem to be using some of the bible as a template…and they do seem to be pleasing some evil entity (whatever name you give it). When someone talks about the bible or Jesus, it is important to check in on our subconscious response to this. Could it be the programming we have been subjected to all of our lives via the media that makes us shake our heads or snicker at any mention of satan or God? Could the G in the center of the masonic symbol represent Genesis? Is this what this secret network is about-the elite group that has ties to the creation of man and are now plotting our destruction? I encourage you to look at the work of Lloyd Pye and his lecture on Darwin’s theory of evolution-(“Darwin was a blown up peckerwood!”) 🙂 Creationism may not exactly be what we think it is.
      Zecharia Sitchin’s work on interpreting the Sumerian (Iraq)texts and carvings is also a fascinating look at the ancient origins of our modern problems.

  8. Hear, hear! Well said, thank you!

    • Agreed. Great post. That’s about where I’m up to.

      Whatever you believe in, whether the evil is represented in psychopaths, aliens or satan, the only way for society to change the core NWO plan, as individuals, is to put on Roddy Piper’s sunglasses and awaken, sort out our consciousnesses and old programming, broadcast our new knowledge in the best way we can and then hopefully friends and family will awaken also.

  9. If this man went as far as to know punk music and all its offshoots were created by Royal Institute of Global Affairs (sic?)/Tavistock I would have laughed the man off though. Kurt Cobain for example reacted negatively to the fame they got. They were just a band so good that it destroyed the general crap on MTV then (80’s synth pop, 80’s hair “metal”).

    The only example of a famous punk rocker going astray was Fat Mike of NOFX….he did meet George Soros (whom he calls a piece of sh.. now) to get funding for Mike to organize the youth voters to vote for John Kerry or later never any republican. I can understand the sentiment, but Mike has now closed all sites he had made to influence politics amongst the youth since a 3 years now, he’s realized he went wrong there and became even more of a drug addict and alcoholic afterwards…it must be disappointing to have all you’ve worked for since 2003 to fight against corrupt government (and Mike is a millionaire due to owning his own music label which is not part of the RIAA and other music conglomerates), always refused to get signed themselves to a major label and bad mouthed MTV when punk music became popular again thanks to Nirvana around 1994 so MTV pulled all of his label’s bands’ music videos from emptyV…not a huge loss, wouldn’t it be long until the channel stopped broadcasting music videos.

    I think that if the Establishment is in control of any kind of music, is what they fought punk and metal away from the mainstream with at the end of the 90’s : hip hop/rap and r&b “artists”. A once pure art form, too.

  10. We have all been living our lives inside several layers of what amounts to Psy-ops. That can’t be true, a little voice inside me mind tells me. Sigh, I also hear from inside.

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