Interview 1718 – Sean Stone on The Best Kept Secret

by | Apr 6, 2022 | Interviews, Videos | 59 comments

Sean Stone joins James to discuss his new documentary series, “Best Kept Secret.” They discuss the international pedophile networks, mind control, and the transhuman agenda, as well as what we as individuals can do about these growing threats to humanity.

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Best Kept Secret

Episode 304 – Political Pedophilia


  1. Look into the documentary on Cathy O’Brian, Author of Trance Formation of America. It can be found at It is a look at MK Ultra, operation Monarch and more.

  2. This post will anger many who revere David McGowan the author that passed away in 2015.

    I do not.

    McGowan was a master in using ‘associations’ to claim causality.

    He made many assumptions, few had any facts to support them.

    Take the sixties in Laurel Canyon. I grew up there during the sixties and knew much of the club scene and people.

    According to McGowan, the hippies were victims of MKULTRA and because Gayle Zappa went to kindergarten with Jim Morrison and Jim Morrison’s dad was in the gulf of Tonkin there must be some CIA involvement. And Zappa was the son of military parents.

    And of course the same with Morrison. He was CIA, working in Laurel Canyon in the secret film studio on Mulholland Drive, according to McGowan. No evidence supplied.

    There was a film studio run by CIA,but where is the evidence that it was linked to Crosby Stills and Nash or the rest of the crew McGowan points the finger at. None.

    But the worst, is McGowan’s defamation of my good friend and his wife, Vito Paulekas and Susie Creamcheese.

    According to McGowan they were the first Mansons. He is not alone, his virus spread and now we have all the defamation on line. Vito is dead so nothing can be done.

    So far from the truth.

    Vito was against drugs, many videos show this. He was also an anti war activist.

    His klan, and he did have a klan, also were not drug users.

    McGowan offers many facts but little evidence for his spurious claims. Facts are not evidence but evidence are facts.

    Evidence is used to support a conclusion or claim. McGowan never does this. He spits out facts and uses association to make his case.

    Michael Ruppert, my good friend, he called a deep state actor, but never offers any evidence. He says, “He believes…”.

    People can believe what they want, but what do they really know and how do they know it? I.e. where is the evidence for the claims?

    McGowan is gone now. His ‘work’ is admired by many young people looking for a good story and actually, one might assume with rationality, that McGowan himself was a psyop.

    Villifying the sixties is an old hobby of the deep state. This period in time scared the hell of out of the ruling class.

    I was talking with Tom O’Neill about McGowan’s work and he is in agreement.

    O’Neill wrote Chaos: the Story of Charles Manson and spent twenty years researching and writing it. Nothing in the book supports anything that McGowan says or claims and in fact,he is not mentioned.

    Is this because O’Neill is a cover-up agent?

    A new article in the LA times has come out about Vito Paulekas and his troupe.

    And if you want to see ten hours of oral history with my good friend Carl Franzoni Davis,also known as Captain Fuck and Vito’s best friend:

    Weaving conspiracies out of whole cloth is not hard in an era when few think critically. It does a dis-service to history and those who uncritically absorb it without the benefit of critical scrutiny.

    • Weilunion

      “…Nothing in the book supports anything that McGowan says or claims and in fact,he is not mentioned….”

      I really enjoyed Chaos, if McGowan was not mentioned in it, or anything else, it should be noted that O’Neil was scrupulous about only putting in what he could directly prove.

      I believe I heard him being interviewed once where he stated something like there were tons and tons of stories he COULD have put but wanted everything he said to be solid.

      “….Villifying the sixties is an old hobby of the deep state. This period in time scared the hell of out of the ruling class…..”

      Why would it scare the ruling class?

      People who were “radicals” ARE the Ruling Class now…. the ideas started in the 60s are fully accepted in society now. We live in the world the 60s created and it sucks

    • That was a good article. The footage looks like it’s interesting too but I probably don’t know enough to get the full value from it

    • weilunion,

      Great post! I cannot agree with you more with regards to McGowan. I have to admit I haven’t read his book about Laurel Canyon – nor would I ever waste my time doing so – but what the man had proposed was the hidden truth behind the whole scene, the “dots” he was conclusively connecting (in his own head) struck/strikes me as over-the-top, unadulterated BS.
      I think the points you make and your personal connections, which by the way, are pretty fascinating, are dead on.

      Two years ago, I and another Corbett subscriber, Alexandre, had a long running conversation with references to McGowan laced in it, which I’d like to link you to. One of the things I found quite curious about McGowan was an article he wrote and published the very next day after 9/11, written on September 12th, wherein he basically lays out the entire counter-narrative to the “official story”, a counter-narrative that was adopted, not just in part, but wholly by the emerging Truth movement. How he managed to do that within 24 hrs of the event I found uncanny.

      Anyway, here’s the thread about McGowan I mentioned and other stuff:

      • Candlelight

        “….have to admit I haven’t read his book about Laurel Canyon – nor would I ever waste my time doing so…..”
        Why do you think its a waste of time?
        I have to admit that he had a sensationalist style that could be a bit annoying and he does tend to run from one thing to the next but IMO he was onto something real.

        “….but what the man had proposed was the hidden truth behind the whole scene, the “dots” he was conclusively connecting (in his own head) struck/strikes me as over-the-top, unadulterated BS….”

        He does connect a ton of dots, but would you say that the possibility of a massive world wide collusion to bring in digital passports and CBDC is BS?
        Lots of people think that’s too big and complex a thing to be real

        Plenty of things are weirder and more connected we think think… for example look at the amazing Carrear of Larry Brilliant or the fact that the CIA was pushing psychedelics before hippies were a thing.

      • I am glad that you know and have researched and spoken about it to others.

        I will look at the link you sent. thank you.

        McGowan was a fraud. Was he a paid courtier, not sure.

        I recently spoke by e-mailto his daughter and she agreed to post my questions. This was about three weeks ago and she agreed to post the new article on Vito and his merry band of hippies and freaks.

        Hope people understand that associations do not mean fact.

        The reason McGowan got away with this is due to support from someone, financially, and uncritical thinking by the masses that couldn’t fork the propaganda down fast enough.

        Be well, and thanks

      • It works because people are hungry for information, the more salacious the better and also due to the venal villification of the sixties that is and has been in vogue since Manson, no doubt by Chaos agents from the day.

        That people cling to his illogic and embrace it as if it was gospel or he was “on to something” are infantile and want to believe. They could never give you evidence of one claim he made.

        Critical thinking requires evidence and McGowan gives none.

        But the herd still loves him. He ‘gave’ good, but fake stories.

      • Yes,just read your piece in the comment section of the other Corbett Report. You were right then and right now.

        But the “I’ve got a conspiracy theory for you” about everything crowd love him.

        He gives them what they want:

        1. hate for the sixties
        2. salacious misinformation about people they have been told to hate
        3. sophistication, which is a word that comes from the word ‘sophist’ which he was.

        It is this misinformation or disinformation that has been put on the web by agents, people who do not think critically and god knows what other discordians to raise this man to a level of investigative journalist of which he was not a part.

        A dream weaver for money. But who paid him?

        For as you say, his 911 rant was to close to the story and generated to fast.

        We may never know.

        But I would assume the dreams he wove were done as part of some CIA psy-op

        I did a ten part oral history of Carl Franzoni vito’s sidekick. You can find it here along with all ten parts.

        • The hate for the 60s in the vein of OK Boomer memes is based on the fact that the 1960s social revolution succeeded.

          The radicals of the 1960s became the political leaders and the social leaders that created the world we live in now.

          No one in the power structure wants to roll back that revolution because it made Americans and westerners weak and easy to rule over

  3. Hmmm really going back circles ? Reptilians again ? Can’t we just understand that sociopathic people are incapable to take responsibility regarding the material reality they are experiencing, thus trying to cope with it by creating fantasies which they perversely impose on the mind of their victims ?

    Yes it is done on a state, even on a global level. But the mechanics between a child molester or statesman are fundamentally identical. No wonder why they are so often the same. No need for New age, manichean battle of otherworldly figures and quantum gibberish of sub-conscious reptilian brain.

    Can we try NOT to dive in this non-sens, which sole purpose is to give the gloss of pseudo-rationality over something that is otherwise hard to acknowledge: Humans are psychological beings that are sensitive to their environnement to the extent where, sometimes, under extreme pressure and circumstances can’t make relation between their psychological representations (i.e language – logos) and material reality. Consequently, they build ad hoc justifications for what they live to the extent where sometimes fantasies take over all their representations of reality. This process can be reproduce on a mass. No need for magic. Why ? because It is power that drives sociopaths since they think that power equals control. Control they lost in the trauma and try to regain with the fantasies they created. Thus they need everyone else to think their reality is the real one or risk to come back to their initial trauma.

    Anyone can fall to this logic. Trauma can affect everybody. Some, because of philosophical background or mental fortitude can deal with trauma and tame the affects that otherwise would submerge them. Others can’t. Traumatised people then tend to reproduce those traumas on other since they want other to be part of their twisted reality. We do not need to eradicate the demons of the earth. We need to understand the suffering of traumatised people and try to bring them back to a rational aspect of life, where the spirituous and material world are coherent. Otherwise, by playing the grand theme of the battle between good and evil, demons against awakened or Buddhas and Rakshasas we are doomed to reproduce the patterns that inevitably will create more traumas and more suffering.

    Focus. Spirituality is not irrational. Spirituality is the idea of the world. Spirit is the body’s idea of itself. No need for far fetched explanation of evil. Evil is common. Evil is merely our incapacity to understand the world for what it is. If you witness evil, do not condemn its bearer, show him where he failed to grasp reality. Show him good. Or you’d be soon to be walking by his side.

    All this satanic, ritualistic, cabal bullshit are diversions. Truth is much simpler. We, collectively, are giving credit to our collective psychosis we call civilisation. Continuing to do so will inevitably create more psychopaths as they are inherent to the continuation of this system.

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

  4. The Shadows are scared but have most of the power and money. They don’t like this TRUTH getting out, it’s too dangerous for them.

    They will shut down the Internet soon and blame it on Sunspots or the Russians.

    They have already created their own 5G network that is hardened against solar flares and hacks. The rest of us will have to go back to pigeons.

    • They will probably NOT totally shut the internet down… it gives them much more of a window on US than it gives most of us a window on them.

      They may do a mini shutdown but an actual shutdown would preclude digital central bank currency, effective location data on most people and personalized propaganda for all….of the net goes down then its probably holodomor 2.0

    • This has been known for decades, nobody cares. In fact watch his father’s interview with Joe Rogan, I wouldn’t normally recommend Rogan, but near the end of the interview he asked Oliver if he would ever do a movie about Epstein, his reaction is quite telling.

      • Oliver knows nothing about this, and furthermore he is also not interested in it.

      • Also don’t confuse rabbinic Judaism with the ancient phonecian cult of Yahweh, you are better than that.

        • The authors are phonecian, also known as canannites, the core of the difference between true Yahwism, and the modern davidian religions is the story of his father, Abraham, who’s hand, before Josephus, was not stayed by Yahweh in the sacrifice of his son.

  5. I’m surprised that you havent previously heard about the large cult surrounding the son of Sam murders, in fact if you look into every famous serial killer the story is almost the same, one singled out scapegoat, who actually is a serial killer, is blamed for as many murders as they can dump on them, then the situation is made to look as if they acted alone. They are all programmed through childhood trauma.

    • One can’t be everywhere – the syllabus of the truth movements is a gigantic building with countless rooms with countless episodes and rabbit holes….

      • But it’s important because it gets to the core of the religious nature of the new world order, if they just wanted political control then the solution may be different, it might actually be easier to deal with because ultimately cults seem to be suicidal, if that is the case, which I believe it is, then the solution must be asymmetrical, and probably more difficult to find, but we may be able to come up with a solution if it involves forgiveness, which I will admit given the circumstances, is a tall order.

  6. Way back on Sean Stone’s show, I remember Marshall Sylver.
    It made an impression.
    Sylver brought up some profound points.

  7. As crazy as it may seem at first glance, an affinity to the occult in the higher spheres of power is a reality.
    In that regard, ex-IMF boss Christine Lagarde with her now famous numerology speech is an interesting overt example:

    I trust the idea that if we eventually have a better understanding of the controllers’ beliefs systems, as well as how they influence their goals and decision, it could provide us with many valuable clues. It’s the “Know Thy Enemy” principle.

    Some of the questions could be, is it a minority or a majority among them who adopt these beliefs? Are they peripheral or central to power? What are they exactly? What is their deeper meaning and their mythology? How old are they? How are they structured around the architecture of power?
    Although a first question to answer may perhaps be what is the actual architecture of power.

    The problem anyway is that it’s a subject where sensationalism seems to prevail, as it attracts many researchers who indulge in magic thinking. It hence makes it very easy for those who wish to use it as a tool, to divert the attention of many from factual research and of course to portray the truth-seeker to the general public as a “tinfoil hat”.

    • The problem with the truth movement, is that most of us believe it is political, the reality is that it is religious, if we could as a whole comprehend that, the answers may be more forthcoming. Politics are means to an end.

      • It’s something we hear from time to time: “It’s a spiritual warfare”.

        What’s your take on all this?

      • Sech
        ,”….reality is that it is religious, if we could as a whole comprehend that, the answers may be more forthcoming. Politics are means to an end….”

        True but
        People who have given up their religious and cultural identity are not able, never will be able,
        to see that….that’s the whole point of the social programming

        • Religious and cultural identity, at least in the “post-deluvian” era, have been totally constructed by programming, the “pagan” pantheons of ancient cultures are mirrors of the phonecian pantheon, not just in the old world but also in the new. The uniting principle behind Yahwism, regardless of the name given by any culture, is that Yahweh demands sacrifice, the most extreme example in modern history being the Aztec empire. The arrival of Cortez in the new world didn’t just appear to be the return of Quetzalcoatl, it actually was.

          • “….Yahweh demands sacrifice, the most extreme example in modern history being the Aztec….”

            If you think that the Hebrew Deity of the Old Testament is the same as the polytheistic gods of the Aztecs I think you are rather misled.

            You should note that the God of the Old Testament was not in genrally NOT infavor of human sacrifice and the end of that religion and its replacement by Christianity removed all need for adherents to make blood sacrifice.

            • Elohim literally sacrificed his son for our sins, now as confirmation of one’s communion with Yahweh, one must “eat his flesh” and “drink his blood”, consuming the flesh and blood of the actual son of god, metaphorically, being the ultimate inversion of love.

              • I’d rather go to hell, whatever that is.

              • “….I’d rather go to hell, whatever that is….”

                You do you if that’s what you want.

            • Not only that but that “last human” was allegedly his son/sun who came to turn man against his father, a daughter against her mother, a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law. A man’s enemies will be the members of his own household. With his holy sacrament being a mock cannibal ritual mirroring the Bacchic rites of ingesting wine as blood and bread as flesh. Then reveals himself as Lucifer in revelations.

              The Old Testament is simply the veneration of swindling and conniving Oligarchs who pimp out their wives, steal their brother’s birthright for stew, the capitalization of crisis to enslave an entire people, and an incestuous uncle pimping out his niece wife to a local ruler, hiding her identity so they can assume political power and kill their enemies. It’s a nasty, downright evil text.

    • Dalesco
      ,”…could be, is it a minority or a majority among them who adopt these beliefs? ..”

      I would imagine the occult stuff is like going to a church in the olde days. Most of the people are just there for social reasons like the church picnic and dance, then you have the networking where a guy from church gets you a job, and then few true believers.

      Their idea of a picnic and dance is just different from normal people….

      I read from “secret agent 666” and “Jewish revolutionary Spirit” that the British Empire used Freemasonry and Crowley got all kind of contacts thru his sex cult activities.

      • “The meaning of revelation in the high masonic tradition”

        (The late)Alan Watt

  8. @6:24 the interviewer raises the question to Corbett about ESG

    James answers the question talking about ESG being a social credit score for corporations. This ties into the Rockefeller Foundation solution given in their Reset the Table document. They reference toward ESG or an ESG-like system for food.

    Reset the Table Meeting the Moment to Transform the U.S. Food System

    page 12 of pdf-

    SHIFT 2: Reinvigorate regional systems as a part of a better-balanced, more sustainable, and more resilient nationwide food chain

    While working toward this shift, there are immediate actions we need to take:

    2. Direct the purchasing power of large institutions along a values-based (equitable, ethical, sustainable) supply chain by incentivizing, requiring, or otherwise enabling institutions’ food procurement to prioritize producers and suppliers that embody these values.

    In other words, mold and shape an ideological food system, one that is aligned with the Rockefeller’s and other globalists’ mindset. Shape the food system to artificially create the dominance of food companies that share the Rockefeller’s et. al globalist ideology and plan for the future of our food. Companies that don’t believe in the globalist buzz word (equitable, ethical, sustainable) ideas will be suppressed.

    • scpat,

      One edited version of your last sentence could read like this:

      “Companies that don’t believe in equitable, ethical, sustainable ideas will be suppressed.”

      Your sentence without the “globalist buzz word” buzz phrase connotes something very positive. I do not get what is wrong with the suppression of inequitable, unethical and unsustainable practices.

      Without the broad cynicism, and the framing of every single idea bar none spouted by the Rockefeller Foundation as sinister by design, much of what they’re saying with regard to creating shorter supply chains vis-à-vis local and regional food hubs are ideas that might be – or rather have been – appropriately explored right here on Corbett’s Solution Watch podcasts.

      As far as I know, Corbett generally doesn’t get into discussing nutrition, per se – why, I don’t know – but the PDF you linked makes quite a big deal about nutrition, and its corollary, health, and its importance to society.

      Years ago I was on a health kick to loose weight, and I’ll never forget the revelatory experience I had walking down the isles of the supermarket, when it really dawned on me, suddenly my eyes were opened to just how much crap on either side of the isle – isle after isle after isle – was filled with nothing but unhealthy food, or what passes as food. It seemed that at the very least, about half the supermarket offered nothing but packaged, empty-caloried, processed, additive laced, unhealthy garbage, loaded with salt, lousy fat, and processed sugar or one of its chemical substitutes.


      It’s not because companies are losing money selling this crap. Au contraire. Given the rates of obesity and diabetes produced by diets infused with this nutrition-less crap, it’s easy to say that the biggest food companies the world over are completely and utterly unethical. [We think of OxyContin and the Sackler family as bad news? Well, processed sugar kills, too, just a little slower.]

      A cynical view of the Rockefeller Foundation’s food system revisionism notwithstanding, suppression and or modification of some of these unethical food conglomerates is an idea worth its salt.

      • Candlelight,
        I agree with you. You say,
        suddenly my eyes were opened to just how much crap on either side of the isle – isle after isle after isle – was filled with nothing but unhealthy food, or what passes as food.

        I had that realization too. It’s mind blowing. There is nothing wrong with spending money at ethical, sustainable, and equitable companies, but it is the Rockefeller version of that phrase that I don’t like. We all know they and their colleagues are up to no good, and so that phrase means something completely different to them than it does to the average person.

        • scpat,

          I definitely hear what you’re saying. The Rockefeller Foundation phenom as a whole doesn’t exactly sit right with me, and I hope I wasn’t painting too rosy a picture on their behalf. What I was trying to convey was more along the lines of the adage to not throw the baby out with the bath water, or maybe in this case, the bath water out with the baby. But, if their bath water is full of Glyphosate, then, yeah, throw it all out!

          And it is like they’re birthing something here, this sense of over lordship and master planning which feels less like an evolving process of manifest destiny than it does like a fait accompli, that our collective future has already been decided, and to that end, we will henceforth be micro-handled equivocally toward this, as yet unspoken, “sustainable” endgame.

          What is foreboding is that the conception of what may prove to be, ultimately, dominant power and control is coming in the benign guise of platitudinous help and guidance. But if their oh so prescient “Lock Step” pandemic preparedness manual is any indication of the Foundation’s future helpful guidance for the sake of humanity, then they have an extra sharp set of carnivorous teeth, irrespective of how they clothe themselves in the sweet sounding concepts of equity and sustainability.

          And in that dreadful sense, I completely concur with you, scpat.

          Hopefully, somewhere along the way some good can be had while those who are feigning good are up to no good.

          • Well said.

            But if their oh so prescient “Lock Step” pandemic preparedness manual is any indication of the Foundation’s future helpful guidance for the sake of humanity, then they have an extra sharp set of carnivorous teeth, irrespective of how they clothe themselves in the sweet sounding concepts of equity and sustainability.

            Right. Another manual like Lockstep…this time with food. We have to be vigilant.

    • scpat,
      Thanks for bringing the “ESG-like system for food” to the table.

      Candlelight adds to the irony of it all with “isle after isle after isle – was filled with nothing but unhealthy food, or what passes as food.”

      Here is a 2021 article from The Food Institute:
      Why ESG Initiatives Matter for the Food Industry
      …ESG and the Food Industry
      A recent Wall Street Journal survey evaluated 5,500 publicly-traded companies on ESG metrics, with Nestle the only food company scoring in the Top 100.
      Not a good data point for an industry which accounts for 70% of global fresh-water withdrawal and almost a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions.
      The industry, like most others, must also address environmental problems like soil degradation and deforestation, as well as other ESG issues like racial and gender equality, and fairness in trade and labor practices….

      I remember when Nestle bought the weight-loss meal company Jenny Craig in 2006 because I had family members who worked for Jenny Craig.
      Nestle changed many of their frozen meals and added aspartame to the ingredients.

      • Thanks for bringing the “ESG-like system for food” to the table.

        I see what you did there 😉

        Interesting story and anecdote about Nestle.

    • Glad you mentioned that Octium.
      Newcomers to the Corbett Report might want to view that.

      Like the myths of the JFK silver certificates or Disney’s Lemmings “falling” into the Calgary, Alberta river, the the Russo – Nicholas Rockefeller tale is worth a look-see.
      But heck…potatoes are now popular.

      I have not seen any new revelations since QFC #38.

  9. Boy, that trailer is quite a mishmosh of unrelated things. They show Crowley and people at what was probably some Halloween event wearing clip-on horns. Oooh,the evil eye symbol. Freemasons. oooh. Sutton wrote an interesting book on Skull & Bones. You can find it online.

    But this looks likes a clear attempt to pull-in religious yahoos. Trust me, the people that run the world are not God-fearing people or Satan or Moloch worshippers. It’s all over the place. There is no such thing as ‘Satan’. If you believe in that, you have bigger personal issues to focus on.

    If you have not seen it Scott Nobel’s PLUTOCRACY is a truly excellent series of documentaries on the history of labor and the global power elite over the past 150 years. It’s free to watch at Metanoia Filma

    • ‘But in all such analyses, there is a fundamental flaw, … The problem of all such analyses is …they tend to ignore in particular two significant areas that many people have alleged to be operative within that culture, namely, (1) esotericism or occultism [Bohemian Grove fx], and (2) apocalyptic forms of religion [Sabbateans/Frankists fx]. Researchers have pointed out the heavy presence of occult symbolisms and connections within both the JFK and 9/11 events, but few have delved into the far more difficult task of analyzing and speculating on why that presence is even there. And as Dr. Scott D. deHart and I pointed out in our little book Yawheh: the Two Faced God, apocalyptic forms of religion were covertly financed and promoted by the same power elite. Again, the question is why?

      My point in raising these points is not to point out flaws, but rather, to indicate new tasks, because I believe it is clear from the depth and breadth of detail of the research of Professor Scott and others, that we in the alternative field of research must begin a new phase, of gathering and adding the details and data of esotericism and apocalypticism, and to do so for the purposes of reverse engineering the decision-taking and policy formation of that deep state’s culture, a task I undertook to a limited degree in Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations and Covert Wars and the Clash of Civilizations.

      What might such an undertaking reveal? My intuition, the high octane speculation of the day, is that it will reveal that esoteric doctrines, in so far as there is any world view informing the “deep state”, form the core of it, and that this accounts for its elitism and indeed in some cases its barbarity. Such, of course, has long been alleged, but it has seldom been argued to the degree that Mr. Scott has the case for a deep state of interconnected intelligence and finance sectors, with detail, argument, and freedom from sectarian interests driving the analysis. I suspect, too, that it will reveal that apocalyptic forms of religion have been the basic “playbook,” and that they have been so for some time.

      Why would such an analysis be important? Because in the final analysis, without knowing the culture of one’s opponent or overseers, one can never know their mind and possible motivations. Knowing it, however, is an important “force multiplier,” and indeed, may reveal their true weakness.’

    • Alucienties

      “…Trust me, the people that run the world are not God-fearing people or Satan or Moloch worshippers. It’s all over the place…..”

      I think you will change your mind on that if you read “secret agent666” by Dr Spence…while I doubt everyone is a believer the use of cults and the occult to control crime gangs and intelligence groups is an old old thing. For example the thug strangle gangs which at the end of day were a criminal enterprise controlled by religious rituals

      Consider that the Unicorn Killer was bankrolled by the Bronfmans , who also were deep in that nexium (spelling??) Sex cult…. or that Crowley was deep into intelligence work and the Freemasons were a huge driver in the French revolution (according to EMJones funded by the British in order to destabilize France the way the KGB funded radicals in the 60s or the CIA funds separatist movements in places we want weak)

      The Elites are full of perverted weirdos who believe in magick and the devil (Barbara Bushes mom was into that which is why how the proberly Untrue story about her being Crowleys got going)

      “…There is no such thing as ‘Satan’. ……”

      If people BELIEVE they are doing the devil’s work they will be sucky evil people. The reality of not of the devil changes their actions not at all

      • Forget everything you have read and seen, just trust him, the literal millions of of people supposedly victimized by these cults have simply had false memories implanted by corrupt therapists. That’s all there is to it… NOTHING ELSE TO SEE HERE, MOVE ALONG NOW.

    • “There is no such things as Satan”, even by stating such a statement you’re proving yourself wrong in the acknowledgement. A tangible being that I can touch or pinch isn’t necessary but merely the concept, the archetype, the zeitgeist, the egregore that motivates and captivates. Like secularists that commonly deny the existence of “God” or a god they prove themselves wrong by the utterance of a such a statement, it’s self refuting. Simply because the concept doesn’t, through material evidence, adhere to your strawman or the strawman refute any such existence. It’s like saying “there is no such thing as communism” or “government” or “corporation”. They exist in the idea and the action of people to reify, to implant them in the imagination and bring them into the material.

  10. James, in your conversation with Ernie last night, you asked for a reference on the banking connections between the Soviets and the West during the Cold War. My recommendation is “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution” by Antony C. Sutton

  11. In Sean Stone’s full interview with Micheal Aquino
    I noticed yet another example of using the New World Order narrative to control the population. Did anyone else see the blatant hypocrisy in his statements about mortality and the greater good? Once you start to notice the patterns in their narrative, they become more and more apparent. These goons are always up to their same tricks. Time and time again they make it easier to stay one step ahead.

  12. Recently I’ve been going through Ayn Rand’s books. This woman knew primordial evil. I’ll provide an excerpt from The Fountainhead.

    You. The world. It’s only a matter of discovering the lever. If you learn how to
    rule one single man’s soul, you can get the rest of mankind. It’s the soul, Peter,
    the soul. Not whips or swords or fire or guns. That’s why the Caesars, the
    Attilas, the Napoleons were fools and did not last. We will. The soul, Peter, is
    that which can’t be ruled. It must be broken. Drive a wedge in, get your fingers
    on it—and the man is yours. You won’t need a whip—he’ll bring it to you and
    ask to be whipped. Set him in reverse—and his own mechanism will do your
    work for you. Use him against himself. Want to know how it’s done? See if I ever
    lied to you. See if you haven’t heard all this for years, but didn’t want to hear,
    and the fault is yours, not mine. There are many ways. Here’s one. Make man
    feel small. Make him feel guilty. Kill his aspiration and his integrity. That’s
    difficult. The worst among you gropes for an ideal in his own twisted way. Kill
    integrity by internal corruption. Use it against itself. Direct it toward a goal
    destructive of all integrity. Preach selflessness. Tell man that he must live for
    others. Tell men that altruism is the ideal. Not a single one of them has ever
    achieved it and not a single one ever will. His every living instinct screams
    against it. But don’t you see what you accomplish? Man realizes that he’s
    incapable of what he’s accepted as the noblest virtue—and it gives him a sense
    of guilt, of sin, of his own basic unworthiness. Since the supreme ideal is
    beyond his grasp, he gives up eventually all ideals, all aspiration, all sense of his
    personal value. He feels himself obliged to preach what he can’t practice. But
    one can’t be good halfway or honest approximately. To preserve one’s integrity
    is a hard battle. Why preserve that which one knows to be corrupt already? His
    soul gives up its self-respect. You’ve got him. He’ll obey. He’ll be glad to obey
    because he can’t trust himself, he feels uncertain, he feels unclean. That’s one
    way. Here’s another. Kill man’s sense of values. Kill his capacity to recognize
    greatness or to achieve it. Great men can’t be ruled. We don’t want any great
    men. Don’t deny the conception of greatness. Destroy it from within. The great
    is the rare, the difficult, the exceptional. Set up standards of achievement open
    to all, to the least, to the most inept—and you stop the impetus to effort in all
    men, great or small. You stop all incentive to improvement, to excellence, to
    perfection. Laugh at Roark and hold Peter Keating as a great architect. You’ve
    destroyed architecture. Build up Lois Cook and you’ve destroyed literature.

    • Hail Ike and you’ve destroyed the theater. Glorify Lancelot Clokey and you’ve
      destroyed the press. Don’t set out to raze all shrines—you’ll frighten men.
      Enshrine mediocrity—and the shrines are razed. Then there’s another way. 
      Kill by laughter. Laughter is an instrument of human joy. Learn to use it as a
      weapon of destruction. Turn it into a sneer. It’s simple. Tell them to laugh at
      everything. Tell them that a sense of humor is an unlimited virtue. Don’t let
      anything remain sacred in a man’s soul—and his soul won’t be sacred to him.
      Kill reverence and you’ve killed the hero in man. One doesn’t reverence with a
      giggle. He’ll obey and he’ll set no limits to his obedience—anything goes
      nothing is too serious. Here’s another way. This is most important. Don’t allow
      men to be happy. Happiness is self-contained and self-sufficient. Happy men
      have no time and no use for you. Happy men are free men. So kill their joy in
      living. Take away from them whatever is dear or important to them. Never let
      them have what they want. Make them feel that the mere fact of a personal
      desire is evil. Bring them to a state where saying ‘I want’ is no longer a natural
      right, but a shameful admission. Altruism is of great help in this. Unhappy men
      will come to you. They’ll need you. They’ll come for consolation, for support, for
      escape. Nature allows no vacuum. Empty man’s soul—and the space is yours to
      fill. I don’t see why you should look so shocked, Peter. This is the oldest one of
      all. Look back at history. Look at any great system of ethics, from the Orient up.
      Didn’t they all preach the sacrifice of personal joy? Under all the complications
      of verbiage, haven’t they all had a single leitmotif: sacrifice, renunciation, self
      denial? Haven’t you been able to catch their theme song—‘Give up, give up,
      give up, give up’? Look at the moral atmosphere of today. Everything enjoyable,
      from cigarettes to sex to ambition to the profit motive, is considered depraved
      or sinful. Just prove that a thing makes men happy—and you’ve damned it.
      That’s how far we’ve come. We’ve tied happiness to guilt. And we’ve got
      mankind by the throat. Throw your first-born into a sacrificial furnace—lie on a
      bed of nails—go into the desert to mortify the flesh—don’t dance—don’t go to
      the movies on Sunday—don’t try to get rich—don’t smoke—don’t drink. It’s all
      the same line. The great line. Fools think that taboos of this nature are just
      nonsense. Something left over, old-fashioned. But there’s always a purpose in
      nonsense. Don’t bother to examine a folly—ask yourself only what it
      accomplishes. Every system of ethics that preached sacrifice grew into a world
      power and ruled millions of men. Of course, you must dress it up. You must tell
      people that they’ll achieve a superior kind of happiness by giving up everything
      that makes them happy. You don’t have to be too clear about it.

    • Use big vague words. ‘Universal Harmony’—‘Eternal Spirit’—‘Divine Purpose’
      —‘Nirvana’—‘Paradise’—‘Racial Supremacy’—‘The Dictatorship of the
      Proletariat.’ Internal corruption, Peter. That’s the oldest one of all. The farce has
      been going on for centuries and men still fall for it. Yet the test should be so
      simple: just listen to any prophet and if you hear him speak of sacrifice—run.
      Run faster than from a plague. It stands to reason that where there’s sacrifice,
      there’s someone collecting sacrificial offerings. Where there’s service, there’s
      someone being served. The man who speaks to you of sacrifice, speaks of
      slaves and masters. And intends to be the master. But if ever you hear a man
      telling you that you must be happy, that it’s your natural right, that your first
      duty is to yourself—that will be the man who’s not after your soul. That will be
      the man who has nothing to gain from you. But let him come and you’ll scream
      your empty heads off, howling that he’s a selfish monster. So the racket is safe
      for many, many centuries. But here you might have noticed something. I said,
      ‘It stands to reason.’ Do you see? Men have a weapon against you. Reason. So
      you must be very sure to take it away from them. Cut the props from under it.
      But be careful. Don’t deny outright. Never deny anything outright, you give
      your hand away. Don’t say reason is evil—though some have gone that far and
      with astonishing success. Just say that reason is limited. That there’s something
      above it. What? You don’t have to be too clear about it either. The field’s
      inexhaustible. ‘Instinct’—‘Feeling’—‘Revelation’—‘Divine Intuition’—‘Dialectic
      Materialism.’ If you get caught at some crucial point and somebody tells you
      that your doctrine doesn’t make sense—you’re ready for him. You tell him that
      there’s something above sense. That here he must not try to think, he must feel.
      He must believe. Suspend reason and you play it deuces wild. Anything goes in
      any manner you wish whenever you need it. You’ve got him. Can you rule a
      thinking man? We don’t want any thinking men.

      • This is fascinating stuff

    • It’s amazing how countless accounts of this have come to light and it’s all swept under the rug as false memory syndrome, I’m truly sorry for what you had to go through, I can’t fathom it, I hope you have loving people around you now.

    • Were your abusers connected to the Sheldon family? They are gross pointe old money, and ran the first pedo island in lake Michigan, also closely tied to the Oakland county child killer case, from my understanding they were running a massive ring centered around the cass corridor(I was raised in the Detroit suburbs)

  13. Great interview, I really enjoyed it!

    Congrats James it seems there’s a new ‘baby’ in your instrument family!

    I noticed a four-stringed electric bass as well as a guitar stand to help you organize your instruments better. 🙂

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