Interview 1783 – Latin America Preparing Regional Currency – #NewWorldNextWeek

by | Jan 27, 2023 | Interviews, Videos | 45 comments

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Story #1: Brazil, Argentina to Start Preparations For Common Currency

Why We Shouldn’t Underestimate China’s Petro-Yuan Ambitions

PDF: “War and Currency Statecraft”

BRICS mulling alternative to dollar-dominated payment system: South Africa

How To REALLY Defeat Globalism

Story #2: Appliance Makers Sad That 50% of Customers Won’t Connect Smart Appliances

LG, Whirlpool Target Customers Disconnected From ‘Smart’ Appliances

“idk about a future where i pay A LITERAL GARBAGE CAN a monthly subscription fee.”

CIA Chief: We’ll Spy on You Through Your Dishwasher

Smart Tyranny: How to resist the smart grid

Evidence Grows for Narcolepsy Link to GSK Swine Flu Shot (Jan. 24, 2013)

Nurses Fired for Refusing Flu Shot (Jan. 24, 2013)

Story #3: Utah Doctor Allegedly Destroyed Vaccines, Gave Fake Shots to Children

Vermont Town Employee Quietly Lowered The Fluoride In Water For Years (Oct. 8, 2022)

Anti-Vaxxer Nurse Who Injected Up To 8,600 Elderly Patients With Saltwater Instead of Covid Vaccine Walks Free From Court In Germany (Dec. 1, 2022)

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  1. Imaging being charged with “fraud against the CDC”, which has just perpetrated the biggest medical fraud in history on all of mankind.

  2. I think what the customer wants to know is, will my appliance work if I destroy its ability to spy on me?

    • You will certainly void the warranty by doing so. I also expect the device being online as a condition for extended warranty because “the have to make sure you are using the device properly”.

      A friend just told me how his car has a drip system that adds whatever to fuel, because climate change. The rub is that there is a distance traveled counter and you are only allowed (keyword allowed) to travel a certain distance before replenishing this holly fluid.

      In his case, the whole tank had to be replaced. So, he found a guy who removed the entire drip system for fifth of the price of a new tank.

      You will own nothing and you will be happy. IMO that started with devices you pay for and are only allowed to use under preset conditions.

  3. Two of my wife’s normie sisters came last weekend for a rare visit. I happened to be grazing my chickens out in the back alley when they arrived.

    My wife shut Katie the neurotic shepherd in my bedroom but neglected to insure that the door of the walk through closet that goes to the other bedroom was closed so unfortunately one of the sisters got bit on the back of a calf seriously enough to puncture the skin.

    By the time I was called the excitement was pretty much over. The dog was securely locked in the room and the bandaids were being applied.
    The uninjured sister greeted me with “Is the dog current on her vaccinations?” Whereupon I immediately lied through my teeth and assured her that she certainly was.
    The sister began to instigate a fight by asking why I would vaccinate the dog but not myself or my wife but was quickly shut down by the other sister who said, “Don’t go there “.

    The moral of the story is that sometimes you’ve got to lie to “children” who have been overly influenced by peers and propaganda if you want to avoid a lot of trouble.

    • Katie is one smart dog. Almost daily I can evidence how animals are more intelligent than people.

    • You played it well.
      It was not a harmful lie, but a fib designed to benefit good relations.

    • So she’s asking why is your dog vaccinated but not you and your wife? Well clearly you two are faster than the dog.

  4. Story 2 reminds me of Phillip K Dick’s Ubik:

    “A brand-new tape recorder, completely worn out. Bought with funny money that the store is willing to accept. Worthless money, worthless article purchased; it has a sort of logic to it.”

    “The door refused to open. It said, “Five cents, please.”
    He searched his pockets. No more coins; nothing. “I’ll pay you tomorrow,” he told the door. Again he tried the knob. Again it remained locked tight. “What I pay you,” he informed it, “is in the nature of a gratuity; I don’t have to pay you.”
    “I think otherwise,” the door said. “Look in the purchase contract you signed when you bought this conapt.”
    In his desk drawer he found the contract; since signing it he had found it necessary to refer to the document many times. Sure enough; payment to his door for opening and shutting constituted a mandatory fee. Not a tip.
    “You discover I’m right,” the door said. It sounded smug.
    From the drawer beside the sink Joe Chip got a stainless steel knife; with it he began systematically to unscrew the bolt assembly of his apt’s money-gulping door.
    “I’ll sue you,” the door said as the first screw fell out.
    Joe Chip said, “I’ve never been sued by a door. But I guess I can live through it.”

    and Kurt Vonnegut’s Player Piano:

    “Don’t you see, Doctor?” said Lasher. “The machines are to practically everbody what the white men were to the Indians. People are finding that, because of the way the machines are changing the world, more and more of their old values don’t apply any more. People have no choice but to become second-rate machines themselves, or wards of the machines.”

    • As long as people get to live as a second anything, throw that dog an occasional bone, and he’ll wag his tail cheerfully.

      • yea seems like a lot of people have a taste for digital biscuits these days

  5. I will say James, the Bible does prophesize one man ruling the world and demanding a mark, forehead or hand, when the one world government shows up. The son of perdition. Thank you for all the hard work you do.

    • It is interesting to consider that the technology now exists for that mark to be implemented and enforced.
      Also interesting is that, prophetically speaking, nothing else needs to occur before the messiah returns and calls His believers out of the world.

  6. Del Bigtree at opened his Jan 26th show with with tweets of short videos of people making fun of the Vaccine Injured. Indeed, most of us who know that many people have been injured see this as disgusting sub human behavior, however as Del says “Forgive them, for they know not what the do” (a direct quote from Jesus Christ as he was being ridiculed). Indeed, the people in these videos are either acting mindlessly, or have been made to believe that the Vax injuries are fake.

    Dr Kory is interviewed and he blames the Drug Companies as using these tweets as a means of sweeping the damage they have done under the rug. It is not hard for me to believe that the Drug Lords are that evil as to creatively instigate this kind of disgusting behavior. Incidentally, I have pre-ordered Dr. Kory’s new book “The War on Ivermectin” which I think will expose just how evil these Drug Lords are.

    Anyway, I think “The High Wire” did a great job of taking Lemons and making Lemonade, sort of speak. Perhaps, the Next “New World Next Week” doesn’t have to end with a sigh!

  7. “Actual Journalism? Somebody is getting fired!” 😉
    was one of over 3,900 comments under the following article…

    Jan 26, 2023 – Yahoo News (Lead highlighted story Fri 1/27 morning)
    ‘Extremely disconcerting’: NIH didn’t track U.S. funds going to Chinese virus research, watchdog finds

    The National Institutes of Health failed to provide adequate oversight of an American organization that funded controversial research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, according to a new government report that is sure to raise new questions about the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The report is evidence of “major failures in past NIH oversight of high-risk research on enhanced potential pandemic pathogens,” Rutgers molecular biologist Richard Ebright told Yahoo News in an email.

    Issued by the inspector general of the federal Department of Health and Human Services, the new report says nothing about the origins of the coronavirus. For the most part, it concerns research that took place well before the first cases of what came to be known as SARS-CoV-2 were discovered in China in late 2019.

    But it does note that the American organization in question, the EcoHealth Alliance, should have been more rigorously scrutinized by federal officials regarding assurances that its partner lab in Wuhan was not using U.S. funds to conduct gain-of-function research, which boosts viruses to study how they might evolve in nature.

    “The entire picture starts to look extremely disconcerting,” mathematical biologist Alex Washburne told Yahoo News. He said that a project on coronaviruses originating in bats, for which the EcoHealth Alliance had given a grant to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, “was clearly gain-of-function research.”…

    • Now the article has over 6,000 comments (from people who are not already banned at Yahoo).

  8. “I wouldn’t have seen it if I didn’t believe it.”

    —- Marshal McLuhan

  9. I wonder if some of the parents getting their kids jabbed with fake vaxx did it because it was mandatory for school, but they didn’t want their kids to intentionally or accidentally blab to someone and get kicked out of school. Mind you, home schooling would be, imo, the preferred option, but not everyone was in a situation to take their kids out of school. Some young kids can’t keep a secret.

    • I agree the bankers profited from this virus, but like David Icke said, they’re from all walks of life. Blaming Jews is not correct because they aren’t the only ones responsible for this. Money doesn’t discriminate. Anyone can become a banker or an elite under the right circumstances, and these circumstances are varied enough to allow any race, religion, gender, etc, to profit from the system.

      • @lotusblossom

        I agree.

        While there may be some ‘socio-economic microclimates’ and entrenched conditioning programs that create a situation where there is more opportunity for specific demographics of the human population to get ‘fast tracked’ (or even encouraged/groomed) to become a bankster/corporate oligarch, it is illogical (and inaccurate) to point the finger at one religion, race or ethnicity when one is talking about the oligarchic tyranny currently dominating our human civilization.

        As you alluded to, parasites, cowards, predators, psychopaths and thieves come in all types, shapes, genders and colors, so blaming one sub-group of humans for all our problems is irrational and will not help us in our quest to use actionable solutions to break the cycle and create a better future.

        Thanks for the comment.

      • I’m not sure all those who are doing this will get what they deserve, but I know many non-Jews deserve to be sent to hell as much as the Jewish who are culprits.

  10. James,

    The “download the mp4” link gives me a 404, but maybe the file is still uploading. Just to let you know.

    • Same here.
      The odysee link works fine though

  11. I wonder how the authorities found out about the fake vax cards. Was there an outbreak of natural immunity?

  12. If an off planet “anthropologist” had been around taking notes on us I am certain they would offer that the people had been warned for decades by dozens of writers, authors, musicians, and more, yet somehow have failed to act on the warnings.

    A combination, IMO, of greed, laziness, etc. from the success of the controllers agenda to take over humanity.


  13. They’re wearing PURPLE! The same color that Hillary Clinton was supposed to wear to her coronation.

  14. RFK talks to Denis Rancourt about his statistical analyses of all cause moratlity

    I’m recommending this especially because how Bobby is fighting some of his inner demons during the show. He tries making some kind of sense of matters he has to accept as statistical facts, but Rancourt keeps bringing him back to the center line. The cognitive dissonance is quite palpable. Good luck, Bobby, in getting to the lighter side.

    All in all, Rancourt presents his argument where the all cause mortality does not track age but the socio-economic status where the vast majority of excess deaths are the poor, diseased, overmedicated, impaired and otherwise institutionalised people across all age groups.

    “Useless eaters” kept reverberating between my ears throughout the talk.

  15. Back in ….2002…on Salt Spring Island, BC, viewed a doc in the film festival there. About when the Venezuelan banks closed.
    After weeks/months of nothing but protests and riots leading nowhere, two folk got together to talk to one another, old style, person to person, eyeball to eyeball, and asked themselves “How do they get money?”
    “They print it”the other one answered.
    So the two brilliant face to face eyeball to eyeball humans got up off their asses and found a warehouse with a printing machine in it. They rented it, printed “money/monies” and passed out the pieces of paper in their communnity and PRESTO!! MAGIC!!!
    humans began trading what they needed to trade once again, face to face , eyeball to eyeball, with their “monies”.
    Sounds like fun to me.

  16. Some pretty fun and brilliant posts here this time. Nice. Short and sweet.

  17. Alternately, you could do a regression to two years old. Every two year old who ain’t had it beat out of them knows the immediate ultimate power of the word NO.
    Problem is, there are so many instances in which some won’t accept the word “no”. Wonder where those folks learned they had the right to force their agenda down everyone else’s throats,or other body regions, anyway?

    I wouldn’t be able to begin to imagine. So I’ve had to study all my life!!!
    While continuing to learn how to say NO and mean it.

  18. Kudos to the James duo again! All great stories, but the heroes without capes was the best. I am busily looking up those two guys to send them moral support at the least.

    On another topic, but also good news, a member of the Connecticut State Assembly has introduced the Clean Air Act, to be debated and voted upon. This is the work of, who are working to get similar bills into all 50 states, as well as countries all over the world. Activists in the UK are working on one there. For more information go to the site.

    The spraying is governed and organized by national and global non governmental agencies, some being the space, aeronautics and weather agencies. The Clean Air Act will require anyone spraying/flying over the land mass of Connecticut, to be licensed. They will then need to pass emissions tests, just like they do for automobiles.

    The legislation also addresses 5G towers and other EMF radiation, because like more physical pollution, the radiation poisons the air. Proponents of this bill see it as the way to take down their planned control grid, completely neutering their evil intentions.

    I encourage other Corbetteers to contact the above site to see what they can do to get this legislation introduced in their U.S. state or country. Rock on Jameses!

  19. Gentlemen: In re your second story about the IOT, I recently bought a high end electric shaver made by Norelco. One of its “features” is Bluetooth connectivity to your smart phone. Yes indeedy, you can download an app from the Norelco website to your phone that can analyze data sent to it by your electric shaver. I poop you negative. Here’s what the manual says about “Benefits of Connecting Your Shaver to the App”:

    1. Real-time motion and pressure feedback and guidance.

    2. Synchronizing your shave data and tracking your shave history.

    3. Improving your shave routine and reduce shave-related skin issues.

    4. Recommendations on style.

    5. Customization of post-shave feedback.

    6. Personalized advice.

    And get this: “This shaver stores your shave data [!?] so you don’t need to take your smart phone with you when you shave or when you want to check your shave data at a later stage.”

    Yeah, I always want to check my shave data when I’m traveling. Make sure I’m doing it right. I never knew shaving was such a complicated procedure. Apparently I’ve been f*cking it up my whole life.

    But seriously, who gives a rodent’s anus about “motion and pressure feedback” or “tracking your shave history”? Bluetooth connectivity on an electric shaver? Gimme a break! It’s a shucking faver, man! What guy worries about how many times he’s properly executed a circular motion with the shave heads across his face to get a good shave? I shave with my right hand and I feel with my left. If I’ve missed a spot, I shave it again. I need a special chip to “guide” me? And what possible use could Klaus Schlob or his corporate cronies make of global shaving statistics?

    “You know, Klaus, ze shaving schtatistics von Amerika are totally ausgefukt zis year. Norse Amerikan men are not following ze shaving guidance ve give zem. Zat means ve are loozing our grrrrip on urban metrosexuals. You know ve rrrrely on zem to parrot our phoney baloney narratives!”

    [Segue into Hitler’s bunker parody where “Hitler Learns The Truth About His Electric Shaver Secret Weapon”.]

    Anyway, just thought you’d get a kick out of knowing just how far the IoT has gone.

    • X-))))))))))))))

      omg… my abs actually DO still exist, omg they’re burning from hilarity this can’t be real… oh wait! No! you’re kidding, right?! It’s not really real? holy cannoli…

    • Same for electric tooth brushes. I got a new one recently and opted for the “basic” model without all the extra hot garbage. The next time I will be buying a new brush probably no basic option will be provided.

      But when that time comes we’ll probably need three forms of ID and a stool sample just to get online. Anyway…

    • Great writeup!
      You conveyed the concept extremely well!

  20. It’s real, alright. Below is a link to the product description if you want to check it out for yourself.

    I can’t get more details on the “GroomTribe” app unless I register my shaver, which I don’t want to do. (The use of the word “tribe” in the app name seems like a desperate attempt to lend at least a scintilla of masculinity to a product that gives you advice on how to do something that comes naturally to men.)

    What’s next? Marital aids that give you real-time advice on how to use them better? Oh. Never mind. They already do that. Just Brave Search “Bluetooth vibrator”, then stand back and behold the wonders of modern technology to penetrate the mysteries of human sexual enjoyment. And don’t forget the batteries. That’s a real buzz kill. (Sorry. I couldn’t help myself.)

    Anyway, here’s the Norelco URL:

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