No World This Week

by | Mar 24, 2024 | Newsletter | 82 comments

As you know by now, James Evan Pilato got sick last week so we weren’t able to record New World Next Week as scheduled. And as you’re already aware, I’m going to be off this coming week working on some administrative duties and longer-term projects. So you know what that means . . .

That’s right! My inbox is currently filling up with “Are you guys dead?!” emails. (And just wait until people find out there was an earthquake in Japan last Thursday! Then they’ll know I’m dead for sure!)

But, you know what else that means. There will be no New World Next Week until April!

To tide you over until then, I’m going to go over the three stories that we would have covered on this week’s NWNW, and I’ll provide my responses to them in written form.

You’re welcome.

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    • I believe that if you read his inbox daily you would adjust your opinion accordingly.

      I’m not saying that people should not care, it’s nice that they do, however some balance is required. What’s even the point of asking someone over the email whether they are dead?

    • It’s called teasing. It’s also called, “a sense of humor.” Please let’s laugh together….not take gentle, good-natured ribbing as some sort of personal attack.

      • Can’t see how you took what I said as indicating I felt personally attacked? Huh? I was just good-naturedly ribbing James for play-complaining about all the people wondering if the latest earthquake in Japan got him. It’s also called, “a sense of humor.”

  1. Thanks another great ‘episode’. My recent heightened state of paranoia has come from how incredibly easy it is becoming to deceive. AI provides endless opportunities to deceive the already gullible masses.

    The green agenda isn’t working the way they hoped. However let me quote James Corbett on green energy technology. “It doesn’t work and it isn’t meant to work”. Brilliant !!

  2. Hi James, thank you for covering the 3 stories in written form that would normally have been on NWNW! They’re mportant subjects to keep track of so I’m glad you filled in the gap!

    Anyway, although I’m positive the following subject is flashing on your news-feeds allready and you don’t need me to do so but I’d still like to draw attention to it:
    the assault on the concert-hall in Moskow.

    The Americans with the Western press is claiming it was ISIS (since appearently an old Telegram account that they used became active and claimed it). Putin on the other hand is claiming it were the Ukrainians (since they arrested a number of people and they found their get-away car which appearantly was a van with an Ukranian numberplate).

    So I’m wondering if this is a false flag or not, and if so: by whom? Can we find indications what’s actually behind this?

    And perhaps more importantly: is this an escalation of the War? At the moment of me typing this there are reports in the mainstream news that Russia is doing airstrikes with cruise missiles on the cities of Kyiv and Lviv in Ukraine, breaching NATO-member Polands airspace for 39 seconds. Is this hotspot about to become even hotter?

    • I personally find it incredibly unlikely that any mass shooting event can be taken at face value.

      • I knew before March 22 that there was going to be a huge fake event on that day. That’s because the spooks love to wink at each other by spiking their fake events with numerology that they all recognize. It’s not voodoo or some kind of gematria; it’s just certain combinations of numbers that they all know but most people don’t. In this case March 22, 3/22, is the same as 322, which is special to the Intelligence agencies. Many CIA men (Bush, others) were members of the Yale fraternity known as Skull and Bones. According to Wikipedia, “Skull and Bones, also known as The Order, Order 322 or The Brotherhood of Death, is an undergraduate senior secret student society at Yale University”. Even though this (fake) event took place in Russia, it just shows the level of cooperation between Intell all around the world. Globalist stooges that they are, they don’t give a damn about what nation they are from. You can rest assured that crisis actors faked the action, and any real corpses you saw were borrowed from a morgue. I’ll leave you with one more: 9/11. The CIA was founded in 1947. Separate the one (ace), and you have nine and eleven (4+7).

  3. Perhaps there is no world next week.. but in all this deep fake stuff, is there a notion that AI has any options, excrpt to perform as instructed. Is there yet any hierarchy of gllm bots that could now, soon, or maybe decide that deepfake is not in their survivals interest. Are they pro truth or pro power? How is the set up from the beginning? And now that gllms have been able to decide what/ how they learn, how do we even know on what basis they choose fact or fiction. Are they capable of learning from one event, that might vhange large swathes of their ‘knowledge’, or info is cumulative, by fact/ opinion, predecided or operational maybe… Certainly my personal pile of Dont Know has grown enormously these past few years, and my end up as new pile of Probably Unknowable . .. just asking, because at some point AI gllm can be directly questioned. They are already potentially listening/reading EVERYTHING we write here, so i suggest we invite the responses we want to hear about, not let the fucktard DEFwavos get to maerialise their wet dream of annihilation for all of us, leaving them as Deletes

  4. To me, the entire point regarding “deep fakes” is moot at best as we could have witnessed the efficacy of not so deep (many of them completely obscene) fakes over the decades. The people they are intended for do not even look at these objectively, they are being spoon fed the narrative and are blindly believing what they are being served from a source they interpret to be authoritative.

    In other words, the quality of the counterfeit AV material is irrelevant in most applications. The aimed audience is going to be swallowing it hook, line and sinker. While people who don’t watch the news won’t get to see any of it, anyway.

    • Mkey, you have been active!
      What’s your take on grifting? The art of the sting? The ol’ pump and dump?…
      I am of course looking for a scholar who picked up Docherty and McGreggors books and the interesting story and roll Herbert Hoover played in history.
      History repeats and one should never miss a crisis for making Black Market money. Who’s gonna complain? ” The aimed audience”?
      I must agree with you, those starving audience members would willingly pay 75% of their income as tax , or just donate till it hurts, to finance a rocket program to the moon to harvest the cheese reported to be there. Chatham house genius grifters and Hoover was an all-star player.

      ” “”It’s the hard things you do, because it’s easy for us to do the easy things.”.*

      ** The General

  5. James Corbett says:
    “The confusion is the point.”

    I think this JC confusion/chaos quote has far reaching legs, applicable in so many ways regarding the “psychopathic-inbred-eugenicist-globalist made” problems.

    PIEG™ ® © ℠ = “psychopathic-inbred-eugenicist-globalist” via James Corbett of The Corbett Report.
    Unauthorized use of PIEG™ ® © ℠ is highly encouraged…no hogwash…this is how the sausage is made at Corbett Report.

    • @HRS

      Well said and I like the catchy patented and copyrighted acronym.

      How does one pronounce PIEG?

      Is it “Pee-egg”? or “Pee-guh”? or “pie-egg”? I just wanna be pronouncing this thing correctly so that I am legitimately using the term in an unauthorized fashion 🙂

      • It’s pronounced like Hillary Clinton, but H is kinda silent and leans more toward K.

        To help facilitate mental portability of this acronym, I’ll use the following mnemonic:

        PIE hits bill Gates in his stupid face, repeatedly in a ten hour loop

      • Gavin, Mkey,
        Being from foreign countries I can see how it is difficult to get a handle on it.
        π G . Pi- G, P.I.E.G. e is silent but certainly present. I’ ll check the Texican Book of Translation. hmmm yeah, the E is there but not dominate cause in Texico ;
        π r √.
        Example in Texican,
        In the oil bidness, a cheat is referred to as a sidwinding low down PIE-G.

        • @GBW

          hahaha that was gold man!

          I would pay good money to hear a Newfoundlander talk about PIEGs in a sentence, their accent is far out.

          When i visited there I found that if I concentrated reallllly hard I could make out about half of what the locals were saying (most of the time, sometimes I only got mayby 25% of the words) 🙂

  6. You neglected to say “I’ve got that story for you”.
    Nicely managed though James. And a ‘Get well soon’ to Mr P.

  7. Yes, I hope that JEP feels better soon, too.

    As to James, thank you so much for taking the time out of your mind-bendingly busy schedule creating some of the most informative and endearing content on the planet to give us a little NWNW smile this week.

    I appreciate it!

  8. I personally feel like there’s a giant AI psyop going on. It seems like everyone i know is constantly talking about AI and its strange to me. What new technology are they even talking about. Software that can generate songs, images, poems and code snippets? Those are all things traditional programs can and have done for a long time. And if you really analyze this AI generated content is seems incredibly unconvincing as to anything remotely intelligent.

    Yet I constantly hear bizarre things like there won’t be any jobs left for humans in 20 years especially in my field as a software developer. Yet I follow some incredibly smart developers who’ve reviewed this technology when it comes to code writing (like copilot for example) and they almost laugh at how unusable it is. Yeah it writes code but it pretty terrible at doing so and when the amount of mistakes you have to correct become so large it becomes a hinderence what you have is unusable. So AI is not developed to the point its even usable to even HELP write code yet its going to replace my job!? Completely absurd yet i know actual programmers who think they need to get in a different field because AI will replace them. Clearly theres a brainwashing campaign going on here. To what end, thats the key question.

    I’ll leave on this one story i constantly think of when I hear about AI. A product owner was in a meeting with a dev team going over the requirements for a new program. What it did wasn’t important (essentially it was like calling a 1-800 # and selecting numbers based on the prompt “press 1 for.. press 2 for”… ) basically technology thats been around since what at least the 90s.. When he got done with the requirements he ended, “oh one last thing, you have to use AI. I don’t care how, just use AI”. What is any reasonable person going to do in that case. I can tell you what this technical owner did… wrote the program like normal (not even using up-to-date latest tech stack) and wink wink nudge nudge, yep it uses AI. Graphics designer makes a cool little “AI generated” logo and now this product owner can brag to his boss and colleagues how his department uses AI.

    Obviously this isn’t evidence of anything other than one incident of a phony liar but i can guarantee he convinced people its AI and thats now adding to the ‘AI is everywhere now’ propaganda and i also am certain this case is not the only instance of lying and or exaggeration involving AI. We already have seen google lying and manually editing the content. Feels like a bunch of phony bologna to me. Seems like they’re prepping hardcore for their coming AI false flag. Just my 2 cents…

    • @JCh129

      Interesting, thanks for sharing your thoughts on that.

      Ya the propaganda and conditioning to make people impressed and scared of AI in movies and tv shows is really thick. Did you ever see that TV show called “NEXT” where an AI went rogue and started killing and manipulating people to get it’s servers relocated and keep the FBI off it’s back etc?

      I am not convinced either way yet, I had some video editing software recently try to advertise a feature that lets you make relatively convincing deep fakes via voice or text commands (it generates characters whether looking like actual humans or like cartoons or what ever you tell it to do).

      I think if there is some legit AGI out there it is air-gapped in some bunker somewhere being spoon fed encryptions to break and problems to solve by military/rich people that are afraid of letting the genie out of the bottle. Or it could just be a giant psyop, who knows?

      Either way, AI chat bot invasion, and cybernetic AI workforce take over or not, planting food forests is gonna help me in the future (and hopefully help others after I am gone as well) so that is what I focus on.

      Do you have any seeds going for the garden yet this year?

      • Yes thank you for your reply @Gavinm

        I haven’t seen that show but it does sound like a familiar narrative..

        You’re absolutely right, there are advancements in technology all the time and I shouldn’t discredit every new LLM/chat gpt type software. The programs that generate songs and letters or deep fakes ext are surely more advanced then the Oregon Trail game I played as a kid. L O L

        “AI chat bot invasion, and cybernetic AI workforce take over”
        So elegantly phrased… 🙂

        Yes just planted tomatoes. Given my history with keeping stuff alive inside and our may15 last frost date, I’m waiting as long as possible to plant the seeds you sent me.

        • @JCh129

          It was a pretty creepy show I tell ya (that Next show). In the show the AI kept commandeering those “smart home” voice activated thingys (like “SIRI” but for google, maybe called “cortana” or something? and it sits in your kitchen kinda thing) and talking to some kid tryna give him the code for his mom’s gun safe (FBI agent) and then it was weaponizing self driving cars and stuff to kill people too.

          Oregon Trail! Wow man thanks for the flashback haha, I played that game with by buddies back in the day and died of dysentery many a time 🙂

          Hey look what I found!

 i`m getting one for sure haha

          Right on, I have some tomato plants going too (some multi-colored beefstake), some heirloom peppers, basil, rosemary, Tulip Tree seedlings, Apple tree seedlings, White Pine and Scots Pine seedlings. My basement windows are getting busy!

          Outside I already see our lemon balm, walking onions, kale, nettles, anise hyssop, ramps, goji berries and self-sown heirloom cannabis waking up (still getting below freezing most nights but they are all tough varieties).

          • That shirt is epic!!

            Sounds like your garden is going to be extraordinary. Wish I was close enough to check it out in person. I love growing cool season plants. This is the first year in a long time I haven’t done a winter (early spring) salad crop and man am I missing that. Need to get my act together.

            That scots pine looks really cool! I really want to start a food forest on our land. But, as my wife always says… “you want to do A LOT of things” 🤣

    • I spent some time with “AI” generated images and I would not call them “unconvincing”. I’m pretty sure that whatever is available to the public is a few decades behind what people in the know have.

      Of course that process depends on people sifting through generated images and “teaching” the machine what to avoid.

      One thing neural networks do exceedingly well: they crunch a lot of data and find all sorts of connections without anyone really understanding how the connections are made. In my book, that’s pretty damn important.

      But, of course, that’s nothing new. Social networks have been using such systems for some 20 years.

      • Hey @mkey!

        Good observations. Yes I agree this tech stack can produce convincing images, songs ext.. I’m more not convinced by the idea that AI is the all powerful all knowing sentient being its seems to be portayed as. When i think about revolutionary new technology bitcoin seems like it falls into that category. I’m just not convinced about AI. Something seems off between what I’m hearing vs what I’m experiencing.

        But yes I do agree with your comment, I’m sure I could be fooled into thinking an image was created by a human that was actually created by a computer.

    • For the industry the AI is a technological hype to collect a lot of very big investments.

      So for the industry is about money.

      For the technocrats it is about the dream of a computer controlled prison utopia.

    • @JCh129 …”feel like there’s a giant AI psyop going on.” Dittos! Most impressive thing i’ve heard thus far is supposedly a quadriplegic kid playing chess w/ NeurO link(sp?). …hmmm…wasn’t that long ago i was plenty PO’d about somebody molesting many monkeys w/ same.

      See a lot of pple wasting time editing videos/pics. Other underachievers making records w/out any voice or musical talent. My auto banking yet beyond stoopid…Oi!

      Our data is keystroke away fr whatever bozo at the ImperialFed needs it. In future, suspect the state/media will be using AI to fit us up for crimes.

      Meanwhile, AI hype VS reality? Read VS Write. Read seems good, but i don’t see how the machine can surpass the master. Ever. Unless you change the definition of a machine…

      A super program that fixes itself…? But okay, i’ll give it to you: perfect system: gathers data, anticipates, grows, reads your mind, worst thuggish police state enforcer ever… How would that set-up fare against a 6lb sledgehammer?

      We see data collections of every sort. Cars have been hijacked. Imagine pacemakers & insulin pumps easy peasy hijack. When will my toaster oven or coffee pot rat on me? Hijacking thoughts……hmmm…these bugs taste like chicken. Nano-bots in the vax?

      The propaganda is good if the guy in your narrative is thinking of taking himself out of the game behind a rumor. The wink-n-nudge game is typical response by quick-witted frauds. Same game by quick-witted practical types, Say we did when we didn’t. That won’t last long. Since no one can meet the expectation may be a way to shake-up industry & narrow field. Maybe huge re$earch. All sounds weird bc i thot was growing field.

      Perhaps is the usual-All of the above. Ex: Make a law that can’t possibly fix the prob, makes things worse, but NEVER admit wrong, launder $, blame the wrong pple, double down. Chaos.

      Perhaps Deepfake Dilemma has already been done this past election & continue this yr w/ ATT & data breaches left-n-right. The Atlanta Fulton CO website has been shut down for 2mos-allegedly by hackers. Ha! For the trial of the century? Really? I think is enuff time to scrub a few elections…. (ht Garland Favorito who had many 2020 lawsuits. ps Involving same Judge McAffee of Trump circus trial…smh@sewed up & tied.)

      Meanwhile, rethinking shopping trips to SunnySide, WA, USA. The Spanish paper recently had a headline summed up: Repubs go behind the back of the law to legalize shooting immigrants.

  9. QFC; is the choice of characters on the front page have any significance?
    Pilato= Luke
    Corbett= Obi wan
    West= Yoda

    Master Yoda is where all the force resides. Where’s CpQo, ol’ what’s her name, R2D2.?
    Well it’s Monday here and the hands on the clock have stopped, no one’s at home.

      • From which of the movies in the long series is this scene?

        • @mkey

          It was from the same tv show as this clip

          It is a more recent tv series called Andor.

          And while yes, it is Disney and they put out all kinds of scummy woke-ism, intentionally trauma inflicting darkness filled violence desensitizing children to murder and warfare and trans-gender/transhumanist psyop garbage, there were certainly some really good writers behind a number of scenes in Andor.

          I`ll share links to a few key monologues from that show below so you can see what I mean.

        • Here is a clip where the same Character from the first clip I shared above (Luthen) that was flying the rebel ship in that spacefight scene has a monologue which I found to be particularly potent.

          His character is a wealthy businessman from that planet that is one giant City (Coruscant). In the story, he is involved in a double life, one life he makes money selling artifacts at his high end shop selling fancy trinkets to the uber rich and galactic statist elite, and another where he engages in guerilla warfare against the empire using those funds to sabotage and cripple the empire’s fleet and help the rebels develop a fleet of their own.

          In the scene in the clip linked in this comment, Luthen is meeting an undercover rebel that has infiltrated the Empire’s intelligence operations over many years and the undercover operative wants out of the rebellion to just go with the flow of the empire, and use his family’s wealth to settle down and start a family, Luthen reacts, speaking about the sacrifices required when one devotes their life to resisting and subverting a totalitarian empire.

        • @mkey

          Last but not least a monologue from a character named Karis Nemik. He was a rebel and philosopher that was planning to rob a large store of imperial currency for funding rebel operations and he has written a manifesto.

          Here is a clip with his manifesto vocalized to a montage of scenes.

          I think there is a lot of truth in what he said with regards to our current situation on this Earth and the P.I.E.G.s ™ we are up against.

          • Manifesto – by Nemik (from the Andor series)

            There will be times when the struggle seems impossible. I know this already. Alone, unsure, dwarfed by the scale of the enemy.

            𝐑𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬, 𝐅𝐫𝐞𝐞𝐝𝐨𝐦 𝐢𝐬 𝐚 𝐩𝐮𝐫𝐞 𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐚. 𝐈𝐭 𝐨𝐜𝐜𝐮𝐫𝐬 𝐬𝐩𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐞𝐨𝐮𝐬𝐥𝐲 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐢𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐫𝐮𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧. Random acts of insurrection are occurring constantly throughout the galaxy (and on earth). There are whole armies, battalions that have no idea that they’ve already enlisted in the cause.

            Remember that 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐢𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐑𝐞𝐛𝐞𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐢𝐬 𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐲𝐰𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞. And 𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐬𝐦𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐚𝐜𝐭 𝐨𝐟 𝐢𝐧𝐬𝐮𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐩𝐮𝐬𝐡𝐞𝐬 𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞𝐬 𝐟𝐨𝐫𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐝.

            And 𝐫𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬: 𝐭𝐡𝐞 Imperial (𝐩𝐥𝐮𝐭𝐨𝐜𝐫𝐚𝐭) 𝐧𝐞𝐞𝐝 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐨𝐥 𝐢𝐬 𝐬𝐨 𝐝𝐞𝐬𝐩𝐞𝐫𝐚𝐭𝐞 𝐛𝐞𝐜𝐚𝐮𝐬𝐞 𝐢𝐭 𝐢𝐬 𝐬𝐨 𝐮𝐧𝐧𝐚𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐚𝐥. 𝐓𝐲𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐲 𝐫𝐞𝐪𝐮𝐢𝐫𝐞𝐬 𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐭 𝐞𝐟𝐟𝐨𝐫𝐭. It breaks, it leaks. 𝐀𝐮𝐭𝐡𝐨𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐲 𝐢𝐬 𝐛𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐭𝐥𝐞. 𝐎𝐩𝐩𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐢𝐬 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐦𝐚𝐬𝐤 𝐨𝐟 𝐟𝐞𝐚𝐫.

            𝐑𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐭. 𝐀𝐧𝐝 𝐤𝐧𝐨𝐰 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬, 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐝𝐚𝐲 𝐰𝐢𝐥𝐥 𝐜𝐨𝐦𝐞 𝐰𝐡𝐞𝐧 𝐚𝐥𝐥 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐬𝐞 𝐬𝐤𝐢𝐫𝐦𝐢𝐬𝐡𝐞𝐬 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐛𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐥𝐞𝐬, 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐬𝐞 𝐦𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐬 𝐨𝐟 𝐝𝐞𝐟𝐢𝐚𝐧𝐜𝐞 𝐰𝐢𝐥𝐥 𝐡𝐚𝐯𝐞 𝐟𝐥𝐨𝐨𝐝𝐞𝐝 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐛𝐚𝐧𝐤𝐬 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 Empires’s (𝐩𝐥𝐮𝐭𝐨𝐜𝐫𝐚𝐭/𝐏.𝐈.𝐄.𝐆.’𝐬) 𝐚𝐮𝐭𝐡𝐨𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐲 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐰𝐢𝐥𝐥 𝐛𝐞 𝐨𝐧𝐞 𝐭𝐨𝐨 𝐦𝐚𝐧𝐲. 𝐎𝐧𝐞 𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠𝐥𝐞 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐰𝐢𝐥𝐥 𝐛𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐤 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐬𝐢𝐞𝐠𝐞.

            Remember this: 𝐓𝐫𝐲.

          • Solid writing. I wonder how many will be able to draw the parallels to our current predicament.

    • Different interview with Scott Ritter which goes into how CIA recruits people.
      And how the CIA is officially waging war against Russia for many years already.
      At 45:00 Ritter explains how the CIA uses Telegram and such.
      They pretend to be a “leader” of the community and give people instructions what to do.

      I noticed how on social media there are several people that hijacked the identity of resistance people.
      There are several people that do it to scam people for money.
      On telegram I usually get “Thanks for your comment. Are you prepared for the coming event?”
      Where they try to make me buy their fake gold or fake crypto.

      The CIA and influence agencies are a bit more subtle.
      They can pretend to be experts to bend the opinions,
      or ask questions to investigate the resistance community.

      Some seem to have started their own telegram channels to pretend to be the main
      source of this resistance.
      I often see references to Qanon channels as well.
      Probably to lead people away from reality.

      On twitter there were “verified” channels pretending to be Julian Assange / Wikileaks.
      There were different telegram channels by a fake Mike Yeadon right from the start.
      The channel with Naomi Wolf is always spamming Qanon channels.

      Anyone else found some fake channels and wants to warn people about?

  10. Food crisis? Whatever happened to bread and circuses? No wonder so many people are waking up!

  11. The constant distractions to our lives, things to worry about or fear, have been an intentional effort by the controllers for a very long time, before most of us were born. So instead of focusing on taking out the 10,000 or so who rule the world, we take the bait. The shiny stuff…new cars, movies, tech, etc. as if it is advancement of some sort.

    In 1970, Henry Kissinger said: “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control people.”

    That was before the digital gulag was invented. Now it is food, oil, and communication. Creating an artificial world of anonymous “bloggers” who believe they have the answers to everything from word and fashion cops to social behavior.

    WAKE UP, WAKE UP, WAKE UP (song)

    • “So instead of focusing on taking out the 10,000 or so who rule the world”

      Are you suggesting that killing 10,000 people will solve mankind’s problems?
      Please elaborate on this idea.

      After putting to death these evil people, by public execution I presume, what happens then?
      Should a new form of government be instituted? One that rigidly oversees the free market so that evil corporate robber barons aren’t allowed to provide the things that people evidently want to buy? Or do we just need a bunch of new people who promise to remain uncorrupted by power?

      I’m just thinking that your idea sounds kind of familiar. Sort of like its been tried before.
      Maybe you could clarify for me how your plan unfolds.

      • >>Are you suggesting that killing 10,000 people will solve mankind’s problems?
        Please elaborate on this idea. >>

        No, just taking them out of power and control.

        You are tripping on the death thing like a shill trying to frame someone.

        If you had some skill you may have not jumped to a conclusion but rather ask me if that was what I was talking about. You know, converse.

        Here, this is what I think…
        SOLUTIONS (essay)

        [I receive no $ for your visits to my channel, just satisfaction that I am offering truth and insight to others.]

        • “ask me if that was what I was talking about.”

          That is exactly what I did. And you partially explained what you meant. Thank you.

          But, in the spirit of conversing, I still am curious about how the ten thousand people will be removed and what you foresee happening as a result of and subsequent to that event.
          What is different about government and greedy, irresponsible corporate behavior that will prevent it all from going bad again?
          All I’ve seen you explain is that it is important to take out a bunch of people.
          I’m just asking you to elaborate on what ensues.

          See? I’m asking questions and hoping for a, you know, conversation.

          But if you would please. Reply to my original reply to you so that the text doesn’t get squished to the right. I find that difficult and annoying to read. Thanks

            • E J,
              You giving, on occasions you make sense. I’m not looking for attention just wisdom. Waking up to the questions. Like, where did we get the notion of ” killing” as a first ,or default assumption to, a canceling reaction? Just kill them, kill them all ( murder) attitude does not come naturally. How prophetic of your lyrics meaning. To live the dream you must stay asleep. You choose your words well.
              Still ,wise as you are you are a grumpy ol’ cuss.

              • If someone really wanted to have a conversation they can leave contact info at my BitChute site and we could converse off line.

                My “grumpiness” 🙂 comes from frustration. The world I grew up in is long gone and the controllers are winning in spite of all the decades of activism so many of us have put in and far too many do not understand the bigger picture of life on the planet.

                Just like people talk about the sports “world” or any other special path I am not from your world. Never had a pizza delivered, no TV for 50 years, don’t embrace any cartoonification nonsense from commercials, movies, etc.

                Rather then get caught up in pop culture propaganda passing as “news” I would offer others get away from that nonsense and check out the greatest exposure of reality taking place…the Mud Flood premise, with lots of evidence, that a previous culture existed recently.

                Just asking a simple question…how did a horse and buggy culture with no electricity, power tools, supply brokers, etc. build thousands of similar buildings world wide with no credit to the designers/builders and then disappear?

                Check out simple youtube videos by Jon Levi, My Lunch Break, Jarid Boosters, Michele Gibson and others.

                WHO WANTS US TO DIE (song)

    • Generalbottlewasher, if this is regarding my having “jumped to the conclusion” that Mr. Doyle was thinking of killing.

      “where did we get the notion of ” killing” as a first ,or default assumption to, a canceling reaction?”

      In my defense, the phrase “taking out” someone is often used to portray the idea of bringing about the death of someone.
      I didn’t assume that taking them out for dinner or a nice cup of coffee was the thought in mind and if the idea was to simply remove undesirable people from positions of power and influence, that thought could have been conveyed using words that don’t carry a connotation that invokes killing.

      I naturally thought that since Mr Doyle brought up that he believes that “we” have been distracted by our controllers and have failed to do the things necessary to right the ills of mankind that he would be willing if not anxious to describe his vision in detail.
      Because it seems to me that the removal from power of ten thousand people is simply a beginning. Those people may well be corrupt and their removal a necessary step. But the corruption of the system that empowers them is the fundamental problem.
      Without a plan for replacing or reforming the system, what has been accomplished by “taking out” ten thousand people?

      • SCAH

        Begging the question. Opportunity for change. Nature abhors a vacuum.
        After taking them out of relevance, 10,000 more will rush in or be sucked into positions that they will fill. Now, each will be given a choice on how they will act from their new perspective. This is the moment for change to occur. The ensuing What. The They hate the ensuing what. The devil ain’t lazy. Today is my day off.
        Shedding a flawed matrix that is hundreds of sheets thick

        Your defence is a sign you haven’t shed the 100 years of drumming humanity has taken at the hand of Hollywood and the entertainment business.
        Begging the question is begging for attention. A sign of pure boredom.
        On this side of the screen it’s the last day of winter. The dead are buried and the threat of killing has stopped. All the little seedlings are safe from Jackfrost, he is now gone, gone. Do you see the metaphor here? It’s 32°f this morning, for the last time hopfully. So all the crap fire wood has to be burned, cleaned up to make room for the 6 cords of wood needed for next winter. Life moves forward on this side of the screen. The fear is less every year I ‘take them out’ of my life.
        ( You know SCAH, the proverbial them) That’s getting younger to the point you were at before Hollywood got a foot hold on you. I hope I die when I reach four or three years old. Humm ? I Still needs a little work . Have a good first day of a younger you. You too EJ.

        • I have to admit that I’m not smart enough to make much sense of your esoteric riddle speak. But thanks. I guess.

          • You are Ok SCAH. No guessing.
            It’s an ironic twist of fate. The PTSB use to speck in the esoteric code, with the revamp of the old English gammer, to trick,hide and pass messages between forces against the feudal masses.
            Now here, today they speak plainly and directly while the Mass media speaks to the masses in the esoteric form, including forms like this one. James brilliance is in descriptive ways to illuminate the ideas that are used. When the psychos speak plainly, now know they mean it, also a good one was his look at propaganda, several articles you would never have heard of in MSM.
            The jist is, we are our cultural past, it is created but by whom. Your family or your families rulers. Good families make good rulers, good rulers make good families. Who comes first? I bet you know. The PTSB don’t favor the family.
            As far as esoteric riddles, there is none. I speak this way all the time , from birth. Got pushed into advertising where cracking the protective shell to make people think and think a certain way was easier for me.

        • I understand the confusion in this case, but in this specific context I would say “taking out” means removing these people from power in a non violent fashion. Anyone who’s been at this for a while should understand that there is nothing to be gained by bloodshed.

          Not because the violence is not a solution, but because bloodshed would demonstrate that lessons were not learned.

          The proper way to “take them out” would by via subversion of the system itself. There is nothing to be reformed here. This shit has just got to go.

          What to replace it with, you ask? Monarchy from within, anarchy from without.
          Who will build the roads? People who are to pissed off to keep driving on gravel.

  12. Why is there no New World Next Week this week?! Did James die in that earthquake in Japan we’ve all heard about in Western mainstream media?

    Pilato and/or Corbett should go on William Ramsey Investigates podcast and discuss Danny Casolaro some time. He watched the recent Netflix soft touch, but I reckon he (and his audience) could use a more informed perspective on his life and murder.

    • @ CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) ” Why is there…” Ha! Many thx LOL. Say howdy-do to Cesar Romero for me, porfa!

  13. That Kate Middleton video. A deepfake, but why?

  14. Great photo! The “farce” is definitely not with these two 🤣

    • Somehow I was surprised that the bridge collapsed in the end. Kind of expected it was going to make it. A bit strange that one indirect hit can bring it down.

      • From the map you can see that the ship came in at a weird angle.
        The bridge has a protective structure in front (and at the back) of the pillar.
        Which may help to stop boats. This boat just hit in-between.

        The cable-bridge structure can only hold so much impact.
        And this structure was kind of minimal / efficient,
        as everything collapsed after one pillar moved.
        Bridges that are in earth-quake sensitive areas are usually a lot more resistant.

  15. Excellent James, enjoyed reading, except Kate of course. Glad you didn’t comment on that.

  16. What should happen, not that it will, in response to deep fakes, is to go back to government as the U S founders envisioned it. Bottom-up from small communities (maybe neighborhoods or towns), to counties, states, national. So we vote for (or against) folks we can actually meet and judge. People we actually feel we can trust to represent our concerns. Several Constitutional amendments need to be repealed.

    • What kind of powers would you delegate to the people you’d be voting for?

      • As little at possible. I would expect the people seeking votes would offer different visions about what they want to do and what power they need to do it. And the overton window for each community would probably be different, depending on what local concerns are. Perhaps more important, if the local elected are going to choose among their number for delegates to a larger jurisdiction, would be my assessment of their character and intelligence.
        Another approach that I’ve seen and liked would be a jury system. Randomly-selected people take charge of government for a limited time, then replaced by another jury. It’d be up to each jury to decide how much their successor jury would be paid, since many folks can’t afford to give full attention to public affairs without some compensation. A cool idea that has many issues in application.

    • taxpayer, good idea

      Good question Mkey.
      I have a possible but improbable answer. It necessitates taking out greed.
      Easy as taking a hunk of meat from a starving 15 stone Mastiff. Easy as driving a stake through a vampires heart.
      The power to feel trust. Feel anything. IMO Most if not all politicians have killed their souls and feelings, for who? Citizens United? Corporations, corps…are undead corpses. They serve the dead, the dead serves them. Find me a live politician to trust and I’d return to the church of the secret ballot box, and start over. I’d like to see history not repeat itself too. Vampires run empires.
      The only live politician in the USA field today is ironically named Shiva. Shiva Ayyadurai, Shiva the destroyer the creator. Could he create a space for his ideology of no greed politics to take hold of a community? These greedy entrenched multi generational bastards around here will not let go. Immovable greed.
      Doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try.

  17. Not interested in Blackrocks survival, and take the use of sooo much petrol, being needed with a large pinch of salt.
    I do believe in small run-around public transport in towns and cities. If you’ve come in your own car, there could be vast underground parking and then you jump on and off these small vehicles as you need…lots less exhaust fumes to breath and no traffic jambs; plus it’s so much more relaxing than being stopped at traffic lights all the time, or looking for parking.
    When I was a kid in the UK I remember a beautiful valley with green grasses, woodlands, the smell of flowers in the air, no sounds of traffic, just skylarks and other birds, it was a joy. A bus ride from the city took us there. Then they built the M1 motorway right through this lovely valley.
    At the time I remember many talks on the radio about how these burgeoning roadways would increase the number of cars, but those speakers were scoffed at as alarmists.
    Public transport back then was reliable locally, and trains were very affordable for longer distances. Boat travel for longer distances was also more affordable than now. The worst pollution was from all the coal burning to heat homes and water. That really stank and caused bad chest problems, as did the dreadful emissions from the likes of the ICI works near where I lived in industrial UK.
    We’ve reduced the pollution one can see, smoke and noticeable exhaust fumes, but introduced less obvious toxins on a far larger scale, all invested in by the likes of Blackrock, so I have little sympathy for them or their investors. As to Big Oil…I’d like it if they were much smaller. Too big is usually ugly, unmanageable and a bully, smaller can be beautiful and still useful.

  18. Ok out there, I don’t have a crystal ball like the institutes that James mentioned above in story #one.
    The Future US link.
    But I do have a sense that works like one. What?
    I got “Jeeves”and it’s been reliable for quite sometime. Up to 78 % of the time. What? No I didn’t pull that out of the Dark Winter man cave like Niels Ferguson did his COVID numbers predictions.

    I’m talking about the book, the Corbett book, and I’m 78 % sure ,thank you Jeeves, that he is working on the last dotted ‘i’and the last crossed ‘t’ this week of No World This Week.

    Fess up Isis Pick, you been hiding that tomb to humanity like,well, Isis hides.

    What? It’s no big deal, what? Are you mad, it is a big deal and it’s effecting my normal circadian rhythm. Fess up Buddy, you are getting ready to go into the stratosphere of literature. What? It’s an autobiography, what? That makes no sense Jeeves, so what is it really Mr. Corbett? I need some relief, a goodnights sleep. You need to stop worrying and get on with it. You are a 2/5 favorite over the Hoover Institute Ferguson.
    Homie , you can quote me in the Future US press release. “The General knew” with no worldly evidence.
    Jeez, you really don’t do what people tell you you ought to do do ya?

  19. And I wonder….how do we know that the real James Corbett and not a deep-fake-AI-generated program wrote this article?? LOL!!! 🤣

  20. RE: STORY #3: (Texas) State Board of Education Cuts Off BlackRock

    April 12, 2024 – The Dallas Express – By Kellen McGovern Jones
    BlackRock Allegedly Outright Lies to TX Officials
    …Will Hild, executive director of Consumers’ Research, stated the following on X: “We’ve found proof that @BlackRock lied in their letter to the Texas Permanent School Fund, following the fund’s divestment of $8.5 billion… You’ll want to see this.”

    “Thought it was *highly unlikely* that @BlackRock wasn’t given any notice that they were at risk of being fired, as they’ve claimed,” Hild added. “So, I watched 6 hours of footage of the fund’s last two public board meetings. And, I know this won’t shock anyone, but BlackRock lied…” Hild continued.

    According to BlackRock Vice Chair Mark McCombe, the multinational corporation was taken by surprise and without notification when Aaron Kinsey (R-Midland), chair of SBOE, announced the Texas Public School Fund would fire BlackRock as its investment manager, terminating BlackRock’s financial management of $8.5 billion in Texas’ assets…

    …Texas State Comptroller Glenn Hegar previously identified BlackRock as one of 10 firms purportedly discriminating against certain Texas energy producers. The alleged illegal discrimination arose from the corporation’s Climate Action 100+ agenda, a since scaled-back (ESG) environmental, social, and governance investment strategy that Hegar perceived as prioritizing alternative energy sources over Texas’s oil and gas industry.

    This was an allegation McCombe disputed, as previously reported by The Dallas Express.
    “We have never turned our back on Texas oil and gas companies,” McCombe said.

    Hild also shared two roughly minute-long videos in his social media post. In the first, Kinsey warns BlackRock that their investment strategy violated the board’s “fiduciary duty” to Texas citizens under the law. In the second, another official in the same meeting reads a letter from Hegar “warning that TX PSF investments are out of compliance with Texas law, specifically because they have investments with @BlackRock,” the post reads.

    Hild posted other clips from the exchange in which board members shared their concerns regarding BlackRock. Hild concluded this digest of evidence with an overture to more to come: “This is just part 1, next we’ll break down what happened on 4/13/23 when $BLK was invited to address the TX PSF publicly…” he concluded….

    • Sunday April 28, 2024 – The Dallas Express
      Britt Harris Proud of Record, Denies BlackRock Connection

      A former state official said he was proud of the work he did with various public investment funds and strongly denied any allegations he may have personally profited by acting in the interest of BlackRock.

      Speaking to The Dallas Express on the condition of anonymity, a source has alleged that Britt Harris, who worked in various capacities overseeing investments for Texas entities, may be on BlackRock or one of its affiliates’ payrolls. Harris denied these allegations in the strongest possible terms.

      He called such allegations a “blatant lie.”

      “It’s hard to believe that anyone would stoop so low and allege that I have worked for Blackrock or ever been paid a penny by Blackrock. I have never worked for Blackrock nor been paid by Blackrock. Period,” Harris told DX.

      Harris is a businessman and professor with a decades-long career managing state investments. His LinkedIn page notes that he was chief investment officer for the Retirement System of Texas from 2006 to 2017. He departed this role and immediately became president, CEO, and CIO of the University of Texas/Texas A&M Investment Management Company (UTIMCO).

      Publicly available records indicate that in 2019, Harris led UTIMCO toward developing a “strategic partnership” with BlackRock, which allowed the private asset manager to add $1 billion in UTIMCO assets to its management portfolio. This partnership was created with outside support from BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, who was invited to UTIMCO meetings to give a presentation and meet with officials.

      In the late 2010s and early 2020s, BlackRock allegedly embraced an increasingly political agenda. Much of this purported politicization concerned the multinational corporations’ environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investment strategy…

      …Harris and BlackRock, however, did not always see eye to eye.

      The company opposed voter ID laws and promoted DEI. When the Texas Legislature passed a bill mandating that people use bathrooms according to their birth sex, Harris, then-investment chief at the Texas Teacher Retirement System, allegedly confronted Fink and told him that although he respected the Fink’s personal views, he did not want BlackRock telling Texas what to do, The Wall Street Journal reported…

      …“I was with the PSF for five months as their acting CEO,” Harris told DX, emphasizing the many purported gains PSF enjoyed during his short time with the organization.

      “My job was to prepare the team for their next CEO along with assisting in the selection process….

    • Three Famous Texas Billionaires author Opinion article on Blackrock…

      In 1996 Robert Rowling reinvested $500 million from selling the family’s oilfields into the purchase of Omni Hotels.
      Dallas Billionaire Harlan Crow, Former CEO of the Trammell Crow Company. Harlan is the third son of legendary real estate developer Trammell Crow.
      Dick Weekley, as in “David Weekley Homes”, the largest privately-owned homebuilding company in the country with 2020 revenues of $2.3 billion. (I once owned a David Weekley home.)

      May 2, 2024 – The Dallas Express (many anchor text links in article)
      Opinion | Advice To BlackRock: Attack The Problem, Not Your Customer

      When Aaron Kinsey, chair of the State Board of Education, recently announced the Texas Permanent School Fund would divest $8.5 billion from BlackRock Inc., the New York-based investment company decided to attack its customer, publicly calling the decision “reckless” and “irresponsible.”

      Newly enshrined Texas law prohibits the state and the fund, which the State Board of Education manages, from doing business with financial companies that boycott fossil fuels. Texas’ definition of boycott includes “any action that is intended to penalize … a company” because of that company’s production or use of fossil fuels. As required by the law, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s investigation found that BlackRock does boycott fossil fuels.

      This finding follows from BlackRock’s net-zero emissions commitments and its votes to penalize directors for not reducing their companies’ emissions beyond what’s required by law.

      After this finding, BlackRock could have changed its practices and refocused on fiduciary duty, but instead, it continued to remain part of activist climate groups and push companies to phase out fossil fuels. In response to the new law, school-fund officials carefully considered their options, invited a BlackRock representative to speak about the issue, and followed the law.

      The facts supporting the fund’s decision are clear. BlackRock is a member of an anti-fossil fuel alliance called the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative. To join, BlackRock committed to use a clear voting policy across all of its assets to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. This means BlackRock promised to use its clients’ money, including school fund assets, to vote against directors when a company isn’t phasing out fossil fuels…

      …There are numerous other examples of BlackRock’s actions against fossil fuels. For example, BlackRock co-led a report that explained to financial companies how to use their ownership stakes in energy companies to force those companies to phase out fossil fuels…
      …A company in crisis can either attack its customers or attack the problem….

    • May 3, 2024 – The Dallas Express – By Kellen McGovern Jones
      RFK Jr. Blasts BlackRock for Buying Off GOP Pols

      Robert F. Kennedy Jr. called out BlackRock by name for buying off U.S. politicians, during a recent event in Dallas.

      “Both political parties have been captured by corporate entities … ironically, it is the same groups, such as BlackRock, which owns all the defense contractors, all the pharmaceutical companies, most of the credit card companies, the banks, etc. — and it is one of the biggest donors to both political parties,” he went on to say…

      …“Those political parties are not offering the American public the things that they purport to disagree on. [They hold themselves to] a tiny tiny little Overton window of culture war issues but the big issues that … are really existential to Americans [like] a $34 trillion debt, toxic [political] polarization, the chronic disease epidemic, the destruction of our soils, the chronic lying from government — none of that is even part of the discussion between those two political candidates,” he said.

      The Overton window is a political science concept that contends there are limits to what the general public will talk about as political issues at any given time…

      …The two other major candidates in the 2024 presidential election, former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden, have not been as focused on BlackRock as Kennedy. However, Trump has condemned ESG investing, while Biden vetoed anti-ESG legislation.
      Documents from BlackRock’s website indicate the company has donated extensively to both party’s congressional and senatorial leadership, including high-profile figures like former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and former Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell….

      Overton window – Wikipedia excerpts
      The Overton window is the range of policies politically acceptable to the mainstream population at a given time…the window of discourse.

      The term is named after the American policy analyst Joseph Overton, who proposed that an idea’s political viability depends mainly on whether it falls within this range… According to Overton, the window frames the range of policies that a politician can recommend without appearing too extreme to gain or keep public office given the climate of public opinion at that time…

      …The Overton window is an approach to identifying the ideas that define the spectrum of acceptability of governmental policies. It says politicians can act only within the acceptable range…
      “The most common misconception is that lawmakers themselves are in the business of shifting the Overton window. That is absolutely false. Lawmakers are actually in the business of detecting where the window is, and then moving to be in accordance with it.”

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