Interview 1781 – Oxford Fights Climate Lockdowns – #NewWorldNextWeek

by | Jan 20, 2023 | Interviews, Videos | 53 comments

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Story #1: How Finland Is Teaching a Generation to Spot Misinformation

Finland’s Supreme Court Rules Local Covid Restrictions Partially Illegal

PDF: “How It Started, How It Is Going: Media Literacy Index 2022”

Jenny Gross

A French City Appeals to Madonna for Clues About a Long-Lost Painting

Madonna Accused Of Child Trafficking In Malawi

On Getting (Slightly) Fooled Again—And Why, By Now, It Doesn’t Really Matter

Canada Spending Taxpayer’s Money to Fight Online “Misinformation”

World Economic Forum Declares “Misinformation” a Top “Global Risk”

Greta Thunberg Detained In Photo-Op at German Coal Protest

Story #2: Oxford Councillors Receive Deluge of Death Threats Over Climate ‘Lockdown’ Conspiracy

UK MPs Wearing Stab Vests to Meet Constituents

15 Times Celebrities Envisioned Violence Against Trump

Oxford Residents Mount Resistance Against The Sectioning Of Their Streets

Scotland’s Plan to Implement 20-Minute Neighborhoods Nationwide

Video: CNN Host Accidentally Exposes Real Motives for Gas Stove Ban Live

Shootings In Albuquerque Share Target: Elected Democrats

Dem Sen. Manchin Claims ‘Open Press’ A ‘Problem’ in America — Walks Back Remark After Backlash

Senator Jay Rockefeller: Better If We’d Never Invented the Internet (Mar. 23, 2009)

Story #3: Lukashenko Abolishes Copyright Protections For Unfriendly States

Episode 360 – Steal This Podcast (Please!)

Metropolis, Sherlock Holmes, More Enter Public Domain In 2023

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  1. I wash my hands of this episode James!

  2. If loving you guys is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.

  3. You crack me up!
    The George Carlin-Bill Hicks-Force is stong in you guys.
    Such love, beautiful and inspiring.
    Thank you!

  4. Oh no! No ‘O’ in Pilat.
    (I caught the replay audio) 😉

    1966 Batman TV show video effects had me grinning.
    The Batman twirl and transition sound was classic.

    In 1966, my younger brothers were all Batmans…in fact the whole neighborhood was full of Batmans.

    What a time period…
    Empty glass Coke bottles would give you a 2 cent or 3 cent return at gas stations or the grocery store.
    In 1965, Dallas City Council forces everyone to consume fluoride from the tap water.
    IMAGE of Dallas Councilmen smoking at 1965 meeting
    In 1966, FDA banned any “fluoride vitamin supplement” prescription for pregnant Mothers.

    • I kind of miss the times when I believed that coke was not a poison. It’s called the Stockholm syndrome, I believe.

  5. ‘The science’ is absolute, it is unassailable, dogmatic and your agreement is enforced under threat of bad grades! What’s that you say? You are worried that the corporation which made an injectable product the government is pushing has a long history of felony level fraud? Don’t question the science, that’s blasphemy! What are you one of those dirty crazy conspiracy theorists?! Now you get an F in your “Media Literacy” class


    For some other historical instances of why you should unquestioningly trust the settled science:

  6. I think the underlying strategy is to increase the stress to the point people crack and comply. Life becomes too hard to sustain. Path of least resistance to avoid beibg overwhelmed with fear one option for survival. Either that or stop being scared and start feeling the fear and become free.

    • simon62

      The problem of people just going along is in many ways due to the more feminine society that we live in.

      Women will always tend to value safety and comfort more then men (at least before the big drop off in testosterone) and will tend to push men into the ‘easier’ path. Many men who are quite happy to do stupid or dangerous things are restrained by their wives- if I recall right (and I may not be doing so) we had a Canadian poster here one time who took the vax because his wife couldnt take the stress of social pressure.
      “… Both studies observed significant reductions in testosterone levels over time. In the 2007 study, testosterone decreased by about 22% when comparing 1985-1987 levels to those from 2002-2004. In the 2021 study, researchers found a roughly 25% decrease between 1999 and 2016….”

  7. Stab vests and death threats for political types are just a propaganda play.

    If normal people actually WANTED to stab a politician it would be going on all the time, in the femoral triangle or into the neck. The muslims do not appear to be hindered all that much when they go all stabby on the isrealis.

    The reason the intel folks have to keep grooming terrorists so hard is because most people who grew up in western culture really DO NOT DESIRE to do such things and generally lack the ruthless determination that gives psychopaths and Muslims such a massive edge.

  8. “…dystopian nightmare is not comming, James. It’s been here for very long already…”

    I am pretty sure it can get much much much worse then now 🙁 ….at present you dont get ‘disappeared’ for your social media, and you have to be pretty important to get your banking (permanently) shut off.

    You still have plenty of options for living OUTSIDE the system, you just have to accept a lower perceived “standard” of living and some difficulties accessing things normies like. Its still “nudges” rather then the hammer.

    oh…. color me surprised at his (((middle))) name, I wonder if….? 😉

    • Canada had/has their own type of “nudge” unit too.

      The Canadian government loves weaponizing social media platforms in attempts to inculcate an unsuspecting public and induce compliance for their corporate bosses. One of their programs is called “Behavioral Science for Better Health.”

      The description for the round table tabulated that we must transform global health by utilizing “behavioral sciences [to] focus on understanding why specific behaviors and decision-making processes occur.”

      Theresa Tam was one of the panelists. She commented on “An initiative to mainstream and increase the use of behavioral sciences to complement a biomedical focus on public health challenges was launched by WHO Director-General (that’s Dr. Tedros) at the end of the year 2019. This strategic roundtable provides the opportunity to share WHO’s progress in this area and to discuss the way forward, specifically on how to better integrate behavioral sciences into the global health agenda through WHO’s work and that of Member States.”. The panel discussed how behavior modification techniques can promote compliance with public health measures by “nudging” the population with instructions, “social norms,” and targeted marketing strategies.

      As per the moderator/journalist Chika Oduah’s introduction of Dr. Tam, Canada has already been conducting this scheme for decades. In her address, Tam mentioned the COSMO system and the aggressive “My Why” marketing campaign to “nudge” compliance with synthetic mRNA injection messages pushed by the government.

      More on this here:

  9. The BEST way to get media literacy is to know who owns it, advertizes on it and is making it.

    I still recall being surprised when I say a pic of Fox and CNN staff with the portrits of a certain group marked….it was over 3/4 or soething like that.

  10. Orwell wrote his manual for the ruling elite, 1984, as a novel.

    He was also a snitch for MI5 during the Spanish civil war but that is another mater.

    “What Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one. Orwell feared those who would deprive us of information. Huxley feared those who would give us so much that we would be reduced to passivity and egoism. Orwell feared that the truth would be concealed from us. Huxley feared the truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance.

    • Orwell feared we would become a captive culture. Huxley feared we would become a trivial culture, preoccupied with some equivalent of the feelies, the orgy porgy, and the centrifugal bumblepuppy.

      As Huxley remarked in Brave New World Revisited, the civil libertarians and rationalists who are ever on the alert to oppose tyranny “failed to take into account man’s almost infinite appetite for distractions.”

      In 1984, Huxley added, people are controlled by inflicting pain. In Brave New World, they are controlled by inflicting pleasure.

      In short, Orwell feared that what we hate will ruin us. Huxley feared that what we love will ruin us.

      Both were instruments of class power and both knew what they were talking about.

      Unlike stupid people.

      Stupid people have been said to be the most dangerous of all humans.

      See if you agree:

      • weilunion

        “…Both were instruments of class power and both knew what they were talking about.
        Unlike stupid people.
        Stupid people have been said to be the most dangerous of all humans…..”

        I would argue that stupid people are still a function of class power- look at the Woke-ist ideology in conjunction with actual street thugs like BLM and ANTIFA, and to a lesser, but real, extent with Q-tards and Trump-ist’s.

        Stupid people will always exist which is one reason that Government will always exist.

  11. Production question: was the extra audio at the end intentional…?

    • I found the point about the importance of assessing weather damage relative to wealth very informative.

  12. One thing struck me about the Oxford traffic experiment – blue badge holders will be exempt. I don’t know how that will work as the blue badge is for a person and can be used in any car. But if it does give an exemption I predict a rise in the number of applications and people abusing the blue badge system.

    • Can you give us some more info? I can’t get the link to work.

      • Not sure how come it’s not working for you.

        Here is the descriptive text.

        Drew Hernandez
        DAVOS WATCH: Albert Bourla, Pfizer CEO says what was “constantly in our way” of selling vaccines to governments was they got “politicized” because people wondered if they worked

        Says Pfizer never manufactured the C19 vaccine before, yet made 3 billion and distributed them #wef23

        • Thank you that worked. I’m not really sure what point he is making. They sold millions of jabs and made millions of dollars, yet he seems to be saying that there was a problem because politics got in the way.

          • Had 100% of people taken 7 boosters, that would have been a lot more profitable for them. Pfizer CEO has to dream and aim high.

  13. Watch:
    Boston Dynamics’ Creepy Humanoid Robot Learns More Tricks

    60 seconds
    Was that a “did-it score elbow motion” at the end?


    • hmmm I think I am gonna need to learn how to make portable EMP devices soon..

      • Completely unrelated, but do you guys have any advice on how to efficiently propagate rosemary? We used to have quite a lot of it in the small yard at the front of the appartment building and I’d like to ammend that situation.

        Several bushes have died off while there are some remaining. I’m figuring that these bushes that are hanging on are the most likely candidates for propagation.

        • @mkey

          Do the plants flower and produce seed? If they do I would suggest growing new plants from seed (for a variety of reasons).

          You can also make clones of the plants that are still alive (asexual propagation) by taking healthy 4-6 inch long sections of branches and removing the bottom 1-2 inches of foliage and then either placing in a glass of water in a well lit space out of direct sunlight or in some potting soil until they root or you could weigh down a branch on a living plant and burry part of it in soil until that part roots, then once it roots, cut the branch off below where the roots have formed and you have a new plant already rooted ready to pot up (that is sometimes called “layering”).

          Growing from seed takes a lot more patience, but the resulting plants will be more resilient (as they will have taken in the stimulus of the growing environment of their parent plant and adapted accordingly).

          • OK, these would be the most common methods. I was thinking maybe something special for rosemary. What would be the bast part of the year to do this?

            The plant does flower, I expect it should start flowering in some 2-3 months. But I’m not overly confident that the flowers are pollinated. There are some lavender bushes nearby and there’s basically an orgy over there for a few months during the summer. And that’s really the only time I see pollinators buzzing around in serious numbers.

            There’s also a well established cactus colony (two, actually) near the entrance to my building. It gets very nice flowers but I have never spotted one single pollinator taking their business. Here are a few photos from some years back, I try to help these guys out manually.


            • @mkey

              That is a cool looking cactus! I miss cacti, the tiny amount that grow here in Ontario in the wild are nothing compared to the desert of the south Okanagan of BC. There the cacti grow in large numbers along side white sage and ponderosa pine, the smell is truly mesmerizing… but i digress

              Not sure about any obscure rosemary specific propagation methods, I imagine there are some people doing creepy tissue culturing stuff in labs that would apply to rosemary, but I doubt your into all that jazz.

              As far as pollination, you could always do it by hand if your interested in ensuring seed production but worried about a lack of bees.

              • No, I’m definitively not into lab grown stuff. I’m mostly interested in optimal time frames to do the propagation, how much watering and things of that nature. I’d rather get a decent start instead of trying to learn based on mistakes, that takes years.

        • Cuttings – Rosemary and many plants in general

          I just cut off some small 5 cm sprigs.
          I place a sprig or two in the middle of a pot with potting soil.
          I cut the neck off a clear plastic water bottle, then place it upside down over the sprigs to form a greenhouse. I put a rock on the bottle to keep the wind from knocking it over.

          Often I will take paper (like brown grocery sacks) and cover what remains of any soil in the pot so that seeds don’t float in and sprout. I put rocks on the paper.
          Keep moist.

          This works direct to a garden area also, and avoids transplanting.

          About 15 years ago, I had a personal one hour tour of “Blue Label Farms”. “Nature” and “Christina” still work there.
          My jaw dropped at the magnitude of it all, yet how down-home natural it all was.
          Out front of the office, they had a huge rosemary plant that had been there for years. They would often take cuttings from it.
          At the potting machine and conveyer belt which was lined with about 3 to 5 hispanic women on both sides, the starter trays would plop down from the soil filling machine. Then, I would watch as the women would place rosemary cuttings into the many slots on the starter trays.
          The starter trays would be placed in a starter greenhouse where they would be misted at intervals.
          Then later the starters would be transferred to larger containers.

          • That’s a wealth of information. For how long would this “greenhouse” be left in place? This option does sound great, because while I do have a place in the open air that I could use for this type of projects, it’s on the western side and it gets really poor light for the most part of the year while in the summer afternoons it gets absolutely scorched.

            • Wing it.
              Some sprigs take and some don’t.
              With mine, sometimes very little direct morning sun or none.
              Not long ago, one of the rosemary bottles blew off. I left it open air. Sometimes, I neglected to water it. Then came a very, very sub-freezing cold snap.
              That little booger is still kicking.

              Those western sides can be a tough challenge.
              Like you, here in Texas the summers are scorching on the south and western sides.
              This past summer, I put a 3-4 meter pallet with landscape fabric shade up against the roof extending to the ground in order to shade the southern side A/C unit.
              I plan to do the same with the landscape fabric and a pallet for sun protection this summer for a small part of the yard.

    • @HRS

      Just saw this and thought of your Boston Dynamics comment:

      It seems like there is some over-exaggeration, sensationalization and fear porn mixed in with the content, but still I think some of the concerns outlined are well founded.

  14. Hey guys,

    I am currently in Finland and a Corbett Report Subscriber. I should know what I’m saying. We’ll see:

    Yes, I was taught by my Finnish teacher some twenty years ago to question everything. I am forever grateful for that.

    Things have changed.

    The Finnish news spectrum is very narrow. There is no room for any other than the mainstream, or you will be called a Putinist or a conspiracy theorist.

    James hits the nail on the head; as long as you agree with the narrative, your opinions are considered. Should you step outside, you are against the grain and therefore doomed to darkness and snow forever.

    Something is boiling under the surface in Finland. Whether it is cryptos against CBDC:s, or nurses standing up, or just commoners like us voicing our opinions, not at the polls, but by intelligent numbers; there’s definitely a battle that includes economists, biologists, lawyers, scientists and the many alike.

    The point is: Us, The Finnish, are indeed taught to question the news, but most of us still, sadly, accept it all just for the reason.

    Nevermind. The talk is on and whether they like it or not at the WEF, the talk is happening. This is very good news. However:

    It would be naive to think we can change anything! I have done enough living and hanging around with people who claim to have been taught how to spy by the MI6 and smoke cigars with President Martti Ahtisaari and listen to the theories of the Finnish Central bank fellas, to know, that we have no chance. We cannot win.

    It is a monumental challenge. All we can do, in my humble opinion, is to try to understand and love. Do our own share. Be smarter.
    Attacking the giant head first would be foolish at best.

    Great big thanks to James Corbett and James Evan-Pilato for doing all the important work.

    Should you guys need a report from the Nordics, hit me up. (Less typos next time:-)



  15. Hello James,

    I noticed that the fee for an account subscription has changed to 5 USD/month.
    I have been a long-time subscriber at a lower price. Am I grandfathered in or am I required to pay the increased fee?

    The money isn’t the issue, I am concerned that I may lose my original subscription if I do not make the adjustment.

    Take Care,

    Thom Glass

    • I don’t think that you need to worry Thom. This is from Corbett’s support page:

      “Annual Subscription

      Make a one-time payment ($12 minimum)“

      So the dollar per month thing is still acceptable apparently.

    • @Thom

      Could you be thinking of a substack subscription? (rather than a subscription to this website we are on now)

  16. “The Deceptive Campaign for Covid Boosters

    Studies show they fail to live up to their promise, but vaccine makers and experts keep pushing them. ”

    Nothing new for Corbett readers – EXCEPT the source is the WALL STREET JOURNAL

  17. Of possible interest re Lukashenko….
    If I’m not mistaken, he turned down an IMF bribe and refused to impose any strict COVID lockdown measures. From my notes of 2021:
    “The approach taken by Belarusian president Aleksandr Lukashenko was to set up quarantine stations at points of entry and conduct screening practices such as temperature checks on those coming into the country. Those within the country who experienced any symptoms were advised to stay at home. The Belarussian approach was, as Rachel Allen noted in an OffGuardian article of December 2020, the least authoritarian in Europe. ‘Belarussian football went ahead as normal and fans were allowed to continue attending games. Theatres, cafes and other social events continued and there was no shutdown of the economy. Victory Day Parades also went ahead on the 9th of May despite being cancelled in countries such as Russia.’ According to Ferguson’s modelling, such an errant stance on the pandemic should have led to 71,616 deaths among the country’s 9.5 million citizens. As of 12 December, COVID-related deaths totalling 1,263 had been recorded. Was the actual tally of deaths reduced to save face amid ridicule from the Western media? According to U.N. provisional figures, Belarus experienced 5,606, more deaths in the second quarter of 2020 than in the previous year (most of which occurred in June). Worldometer posted a figure of 2,582 Belarussian COVID deaths up till 4 May 2021. That number is consistent with data shown at that time by Our World in Data (which shows Belarus as having suffered 272 deaths per million—far lower than, for example, neighbouring Poland (1,799) and the Ukraine (1,062). Even were we to take the higher figure of approximate overall excess deaths, it would still suggest that Belarus fared extremely well by comparison to most other counties.
    “Belarus’s strategy is noteworthy for another reason as well, which came to light in June 2020 when Lukashenko claimed that foreign aid from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was dependent on his imposing ‘quarantine measures, isolation, a curfew.’ Some reports claimed that enforced masking would be among the conditions. The offer of 940 million dollars (US) was declined by the president, who looked upon the offer as a bribe. ‘This is nonsense. We will not dance to anyone’s tune.'”

  18. Could someone please comment here: “The global annual mean atmospheric CO2 concentration exceeded 400 ppm in 2016, which is more than 40% above the pre-industrial level (280 ppm); half of that increase has occurred since the 1980s. Over the same period, ocean pH decreased from 8.11 to below 8.06, corresponding to an approximately 30% increase in acidity. This decrease in pH occurred at a rate about 100 times faster than any change in acidity experienced during the past 55 million years.”

  19. LMFAO re stab vest gag! 😀 It’s such ludicrous state of affairs… Well done for highlighting all this crap with such good humour! We need it!

  20. Oh and James Evan Pilat! Thank you for cheering me up as usual!

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