Interview 1750 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

by | Sep 29, 2022 | Interviews, Videos | 26 comments

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Story #1: EU Chief Calls Nord Stream Attack “Sabotage,” Warns Of “Strongest Possible Response”

“Thank you, USA.” //

Biden Promised to Take Nord Stream Offline In February

US Battles Russia for Heart of the EU

Putin Says Russia’s Not Responsible For EU’s Energy Crisis — It Just Needs to ‘Push the Button’ on the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline for More Natural Gas

Nord Stream Explosion Removes the Chance of Separate German-Russian Peace; Russian Ability to Restore Gas to Germany Alone Lies In Tatters

Whodunnit? – Facts Related to The Sabotage Attack On The Nord Stream Pipelines

Forget the Blame Game, Nordstream Sabotage Is About Great Reset & Nothing Else

Story #2: ArriveCan App Finally Scrapped In Canada

Judge Orders NYPD Union Members Fired Over Vax Mandate Reinstated

Federal Judge Strikes Down Head Start School Mask, Vaccine Mandate

Japan to Ease COVID Border Restrictions for Foreign Travellers

Justice Centre Legal Action Will Continue Against ArriveCAN

Kenney Commands Alberta RCMP to Ignore Trudeau’s Gun Laws

Like Alberta, Saskatchewan Tells RCMP to Ignore Ottawa’s Request to Confiscate Firearms

Story #3: Former Bank of England Governor Carney’s Net Zero Asset Alliance Crumbling

Major U.S. Banks Threaten to Leave Mark Carney’s Climate Alliance

Al Gore Calls Out Greenwashing Risks As Funds Quit GFANZ

The Revolution Will Not Be Privatized; Corporate Responsibility and Its Limits

Once-Hot, Fake Meat Sees Sales Slide on Price and Being Too ‘Woke’; Worldwide Auditing/Accounting Firm Deloitte Reports Deteriorating Perceptions Regarding Plant-Based Meat


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  1. Did you read the article blaming Poland?
    The military operation on Monday night which fired munitions to blow holes in the Nord Stream I and Nord Stream II pipelines on the Baltic Sea floor, near Bornholm Island, was executed by the Polish Navy and special forces.

    It was aided by the Danish and Swedish military; planned and coordinated with US intelligence and technical support; and approved by the Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

    The operation is a repeat of the Bornholm Bash operation of April 2021, which attempted to sabotage Russian vessels laying the gas pipes, but ended in ignominious retreat by the Polish forces. That was a direct attack on Russia. This time the attack is targeting the Germans, especially the business and union lobby and the East German voters, with a scheme to blame Moscow for the troubles they already have — and their troubles to come with winter.

    Morawiecki is bluffing. “It is a very strange coincidence,” he has announced, “that on the same day that the Baltic Gas Pipeline opens, someone is most likely committing an act of sabotage. This shows what means the Russians can resort to in order to destabilize Europe. They are to blame for the very high gas prices”. The truth bubbling up from the seabed at Bornholm is the opposite of what Morawiecki says.

    But the political value to Morawiecki, already running for the Polish election in eleven months’ time, is his government’s claim to have solved all of Poland’s needs for gas and electricity through the winter — when he knows that won’t come true.

  2. This is yet another Top-Grade New World Next Week!
    I am so very, very, very impressed with the notably relevant stories and the abundance of information presented in False Flag Planted In Nord Stream Pipeline – #NewWorldNextWeek
    28 minutes flew by.

    – Natural Gas –
    Evidently, the leaks on the Nord Stream pipelines were forming an area of natural gas bubbles about 1 kilometer (1,090 yards | more than a half mile) in diameter in the Baltic Sea.

    A commodity costing 4 Euros in the summer of 2020, now costing around €200.
    Folks should click on the 5 year price chart for European Natural Gas.

    In the U.S., natural gas has often been a ‘waste product’ from the much more profitable oil wells. It was flared off because it had little real asset value compared to oil.
    A primary cost of Natural Gas is capturing it and then transporting it to markets in pipelines or LNG (liquid). It takes a lot of infrastructure and planned long-term costs in order to develop such a network. It doesn’t happen overnight.
    The U.S. can now look forward to long-term, much higher utility costs (electric and gas) with Russian gas out of the picture in Europe (for the most part).

    • I can’t blame “stupid” on Fluoride in Europe. These Technocrats are nuts…

      Sept 27 2022 – EuroNews
      Energy crisis: 15 countries call for EU-wide price cap on all gas imports

      The European Union must impose a broad price cap on all gas imports entering the bloc in order to bring soaring energy bills under control, a group of 15 member states has said in a joint letter.
      “The price cap (…) is the one measure that will help every member state to mitigate the inflationary pressure, manage expectations and provide a framework in case of potential supply disruptions, and limit the extra profits in the sector,” the letter said. “This cap is the priority.”

      The document, seen by Euronews, marks the first time the supporters of the gas cap join forces in an on-the-record declaration of intent.
      It was signed by Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain, and sent on Tuesday evening to European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson.

      The document comes in the lead-up to Friday’s meeting of EU energy ministers, who are expected to endorse an initial package of three emergency measures.
      The calls for an EU-wide price cap on gas imports have gained traction in recent weeks after the record-breaking prices in August reached an all-time high of €346 per megawatt-hour.
      Prices gradually decreased since that peak and currently hover just below the €200 mark — almost five times the levels a year ago.

      The countries supporting the move believe the EU — using its leverage as the world’s largest single market — should impose a limit on the price it is willing to pay for gas imports.

      The bloc’s tight energy market, which suffers from a supply-demand mismatch, is seeing higher fees than its Asian and American counterparts.
      As the most expensive fuel to meet all power demands, gas sets the final price of electricity, even where cheaper and greener sources contribute to the total mix.
      By capping gas prices, electricity bills could be artificially contained, the signatories believe.
      “The energy crisis that started last fall has gotten worse over time and is now causing untenable inflationary pressures which are hitting our households and our businesses hard,” the letter says.

      Germany opposes gas cap as European Commission shows hesitance….

      • Sept 29 – Politico
        Countries ‘furious’ over EU reluctance to consider gas price cap
        The Commission is only promising to ‘deepen its analysis’ if countries press for a cap.

    • HRS,

      There is not enough of world LNG primary capacity to fulfill current needs, also delivery side in EU is not well developed…looks like we are in for a shit storm…past two years were not enough…(I have a stove, just have to buy some wood and bring it up to the third floor, piece of cake)

      Nord stream sabotage is a huge escalatory move from US, a response to Russian mobilization. Germany who has the most to lose in this madhouse is now effectively destined to fall down badly (with millions of jobless immigrants).
      Btw., damn Russkies, by the end of July, blow up just one bridge over the Dnieper river. Be sure they could blow up all the bridges of any significance in Ukraine few times over. But they didn’t. Restrain in use of force in wartime… to your own detriment, strange. Now they will have to fight a real war, because that is what Nato wants, who is providing everything for meat-grinder except meat.

      Elon mf musk had some peace proposal, yeah…the guy who generously provided hurriedly improved starlink internet to ukie army for the backbone communication. That’s from Colonel Markus Reisner talking about cyber and psycho war domain in particular.

      Cognitive Warfare – The Fight for your Heart and Mind

  3. Do I forsee a ESG police force to enforce ESG policies on companies that don’t comply? Well wouldn’t that be something.
    Another great New World Next Week James and James. Keep up the good work as always.

    • westelia says:
      “Do I forsee a ESG police force to enforce ESG policies on companies that don’t comply?”

      I think that you hit the nail with that. There are all kinds of ways how ESG policies can influence monetary lending and other aspects in one’s life, or in the economy.

      September 12, 2022
      Swiss Social Media Abuzz Over ‘Rat Out Your Neighbor’ Energy Use Posters
      As Switzerland takes drastic measures to reduce its gas use this winter – including fines and up to three years in prison for citizens who violate new regulations, a viral poster circulating on Swiss social media telling citizens to rat out neighbors heating their homes above 19C (66.2F) has raised eyebrows.

      “Does the neighbor heat the apartment to over 19 degrees? Please inform us,” reads the poster currently circulating on messaging services such as Signal and Telegram, according to Swiss media….

      • On April 5th, 2022, Corbett had a very important 50 minute episode…
        Interview 1717 – James Corbett on ESG and the Big Oil Conspiracy

        The lack of many Corbett members commenting on that episode surprised me.

        In my opinion, ESG is almost a map of how the Technocrats will attempt to enslave the populace.
        ESG is a framework of a Technocratic set of “rules for living and for businesses”.

  4. I love the work that you both do and I thank you so much for your tireless and exceptional research ! My two favourite bobbleheads.

  5. Is James Evan Pilato doing well? Sorry to share this, but he looks unhealthy. Cheers mate, take care yourself!

    • I thought he looked a bit weary too. Maybe just a bit stressed with the move (and parents visiting his place – never easy!) 🙂

    • Lighting has something to do with it.
      The types of light on camera play a role with how a person appears.

  6. Brandon’s comment on NordStream 2 – intriguing! I remember JC raising NS2 as a potential reason for the whole Ukraine fiasco a while ago (if I remember rightly), and so it has proved.

  7. I fear that the UK is going to be the testing ground for the economic collapse. The Truss Government policy seems to be going all out fuck things up atm.
    I’ve never seen anything like it. And when much of the decision making is based on a distorted ‘war’ in Ukraine, and an obviously phoney pandemic, you just KNOW that this is all scripted and all planned. The UK is being led, unforced, down a very dark path. The culprits, we’re told, are covid and Russia, and SO many of us believe it. Miserable.

  8. The CIA warned that a plot was afoot to attack Nordstream2, they most likely over heard gossip in the staff canteen about what was going to happen. lol

    Kinda mad to give the soon to be freezing population of Europe a reason to hate America and maybe cozy up to Russia though

  9. Talking about blackouts and energy issues. They are preparing for something. Even in my town area they are deoying mobile electric generators on nearly every street corner. No info on why or what for. Weird.

  10. Why is it that pretty much any current non-western leader seems head and shoulders more competent and intelligent than any of the bufoons we suffer under?

    Here is a transcript of Putin’s ‘annexation’ speech given on Friday.

    Make of it what you will and maybe it is all part of the global narrative to make Russia look good but he makes a lot of sense. Especially the closing paragraph on western morals.

    • Thanks Paul. I appreciate it.

  11. To the above:

    MoonOfAlabama has also published the Putin speech in the long forgotten “text” format:

    I pen this note with one purpose, to declare that JC’s leading by doing is having effect.

    My little newsletter, now 15 months old, has just achieved its highest viewership for a month in both total numbers and the monthly average of views per article. There was a little hill to climb, that of February in which numerous “good” articles were published and one became popular via Twitster. That statistical hill was surmounted not by a wildly popular article, but by consistent articles with high viewership. This victory is not of an explosive event/article, but by a rising tide of “inform”.

    We, the few, who have found JC’s information and taken its contents and his core philosophy to heart are a vanguard against the disinformation and control being constantly thrown at us and our community members. Some, awakened, have felt an empowerment by understanding. Others, myself included, have decided to rile against “the dying of the light” and PUBLISH. We have taken up arms in this information war. We do not kill, we construct debate. We publish our opinion and provide SOURCES.

    To all of you, informed or publishing, I express my solidarity. JC’s recent efforts display his understanding that this struggle is not about tearing down the idols of lies, it is about creating a future.

    Focus on the creation. History is now. You are a part of it.

    • As for sources, they occupy almost half of the visual space of my most recent article. I am saddened by my readership’s lack of engagement with the sourcing I offer.

      An article has two (at least) purposes: to highlight current events and to serve as a documentation of the events. This later component is where the source referencing shines. It is not so much the article which lives, it is its referencing. It has taken me some time to understand this. I am thankful for JC’s inspiration to recognise the importance of references.

      Peace be with you,


  12. Condoleezza Rice already mentioned it publicly in 2014!

  13. Another great episode of New World Next week fellas!! Congrats to Pilato and his girlfriend on the new house! You guys deserve it!

    Good to see Canada roll back restrictions, but don’t get complacent my Canuck brothers to the north!

    Hey I like a Molson every once and awhile! Haha. Big Rock? Im going to have to try that!

    The sun is shining bright on this warm October morning in West Michigan! Have an awesome day!

  14. This is a question(s) for the Corbett Community, and for that reason I have also posted it on the October Open Thread. When I tried to reach because it was recommended in the show links, a page came up that said Secure Site Not Available. I have ignored this warning before and would have just clicked on the button that says “continue to HTTP” site, but not long ago a friend of mine said that my site,, was also blocked by that warning page. I just told her to ignore it and click on “continue’. Rather than shrug this off again, I would like to know how I can avoid this page without actually clicking on the continue button. I suspect that is not a threat, but the warning page is a turnoff and can discourage people from viewing the content. How can a website owner avoid having a warning page crop up when people are trying to reach his or her content? How can a reader distinguish between sites that should be avoided and safe sites? Why is this page showing up in front of sites that are not a threat?

  15. How America Took Out The Nord Stream Pipeline
    The New York Times called it a “mystery,” but the United States executed a covert sea operation that was kept secret—until now
    Seymour Hersh

    “Last June, the Navy divers, operating under the cover of a widely publicized mid-summer NATO exercise known as BALTOPS 22, planted the remotely triggered explosives that, three months later, destroyed three of the four Nord Stream pipelines, according to a source with direct knowledge of the operational planning.”

    Full article

    • That is some article!
      I bet we hear about this on NWNW Thursday night Feb 9th.

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