Weekend Open Thread

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mccainterrorby James Corbett
August 23, 2014

The media and the government are falling all over themselves to promote the latest ISIS (false flag) terror hype. First there was General Dempsey telling us that ISIS has an ‘End-Of-Days Strategic Vision’ and Hagel proclaiming ‘ISIS Beyond Anything We’ve Seen.’ Then Senator Inhofe told us they have a plan to “Blow Up An American City.” Now WGN seems to have identified that city as Chicago. All of this despite the fact that, lest we forget, John McCain has been photographed meeting with the ISIS/ISIL/IS leader and one of their main terrorists in Syria (pictured right). Is the next false flag event taking shape?

Meanwhile in Eastern Europe, NATO and the Ukrainian government are now telling us that Russia’s humanitarian convoy, which they attempted to stop at the border, now constitutes an invasion of Ukraine. Is this going to be the justification for NATO intervention?

Ferguson continues to boil over as protestors gather at the White House for a “day of rage.”

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  1. I have decided to tune out and turn off this weekend! 🙂
    Some productive housework, enjoy some music, and do some cooking with the missus.
    The end of days will just have to grant me this weekend of calm.

    Wishing everyone a fine weekend!

  2. I’ve watched that video a while ago. Something in the way he talks makes him very credible to me. He speaks without hesitation and exaggeration, without having to think about which words to use, like someone speaking his mind instead of creating propaganda. This video is certainly worth watching.

  3. This weekend I’ll continue working on Dutch subtitles for James’ FED documentary. Check out my comments on the FED article if you’re also interested in translating.
    There is an English subtitle file available that you can use to make a quick start.

  4. Agree with you re “the West”….I find particularly abhorrent the occasions (more and more frequent) when Obama starts off his sentences with “The World…” as in “The World will not accept….blah blah blah”.

  5. Over the past years I took many pictures of geoengineering. I started doing this in an attempt to inform my friends about chemtrails, but that turned out to be a very disappointing endeavor. This seems to be the most controversial of all ‘conspiracy theories’. Some people will give you a direct ticket to the mental institution if you touch this subject.

    Anyway, for what it’s worth, here are my pictures, all taken in Utrecht, Holland:

    • Looking back, this was a very hard nut to crack for myself as well. When I started ‘waking up’ I visited websites and channels for stuff like 9/11 and the NWO and there I also found these video’s about chemtrails. At first this seemed a very outlandish theory to me and I dismissed it for a while.

      Only after I got more informed about what was actually going on in the world I started accepting that phenomena like chemtrails could be true and only then I started seeing the trails in the sky. So,even though those trails had been there for quite some time, I wasn’t able to see them. My imagination was not ready to process the concept.

  6. For some reason I’ve come across a number of interviews in the alt media lately that deal with the Jewish influence on world affairs. One of the more interesting was with E. Michael Jones (can’t remember what podcast I heard him on.) He argues the US is mainly composed of three “tribes,” (or has been shaped mainly by these three at least, in the twentieth century): the Jewish, WASP, and Catholic communities. He contends that the Catholics “lost” an early battle for the culture, and a WASP-Jewish alliance waged covert warfare, especially via the media, to break down traditional values and reduce the public to “unreason,” to make them easy prey for manipulation and propaganda.

    My question today, assuming Jones’ thesis is valid, is: what is the current status of the WASP-Jewish alliance? Are they “equal” or is one in ascendance?

  7. Thanks for the open thread-there is so much going on locally and globally and it is almost all-encompassing. So many events are interrelated and each topic has important tangents for us to be informed about. I appreciate this opportunity, because I know you run a tight ship here and many of us have a lot more to say, but haven’t found the right forum. Mostly, I want to help my fellow brothers and sisters by offering what I have learned, that others may not have found yet.
    What’s on my mind? Not all at once, but usually this:

    1. We need to support each other emotionally. Some of us are still walking into walls with these new glasses on and trying to function normally in an environment where the vast majority of people are oblivious to the real story. This is an isolating experience, and being alone makes the truth that much more difficult to bear. I commend us all on being high-functioning in spite of the tops of our heads being figuratively blown off.

    2. Someone posted this over on the Global Skywatch site. If you use Windows, click on control panel and then user accounts and family safety then credential manager. You may find a user name and password that you don’t recognize and that you didn’t place there. It will say something like virtual digapp, the password will likely start with 02. Remove it from your vault. Everytime windows does an update, it will be there. Keep checking and keep removing it. Who else could it be but big brother.

    3.We have to have hope and faith in mankind, and that there may also be one or several covert operations ongoing in opposition to this nwo madness. Could this be why they are behind schedule? Could the BRICS actually be a double-cross by the Knights Templar? That is where the phrase originated-the two demons-(er..men) on horseback each carrying a cross. This image was their symbol.

    4. Getting out of debt means I have to sell my beautiful seaside 1850 house that my husband and I have been restoring for 15 years. Should I?

    5. How much should I tell my children, and am I putting them in danger by being a truth activist?

    6. Fear and anger emit resonance frequencies that can be detected. This feeds the beast and Alex Jones knows this. Information Warfare is a CIA program, hence the name InfoWars.

    7. I need to find an older version of the bible, because all of this nwo crap is framed by the bible. The story of Jesus has been hijacked, co-opted, twisted and abused. We live in a Luciferian soup and we don’t even recognize it. William Cooper (Behold a Pale Horse) was a “truther” who proselytized about Jesus. He was shot to death when the IRS came to his house. Fritz Springmeier, another lecturing “truther” also spoke devoutly of Jesus. He was released from prison after 10 years and it is said he no longer speaks of Jesus. Does praising Jesus and outing the cabal get you killed or reprogrammed? Why could this be, why is Jesus such a threat?

    8. I believe the power of that mysterious little gland in our brain that no one really knows much about, called the pineal gland, is very well understood by the ptsb. This is the reason for flouride in the water (it calcifies the gland). This gland is also called the third eye, or the mind’s eye, and works with serotonin (your anti-depressant) and melatonin. Cacao is called the food of the gods, and high doses of it can open the third eye. I believe this gland can be used with very focused intense prayer and intention to actually bring about good in the world. I expect it can also be used for harm (haven’t seen it, but there is a film out now called Lucy(fer)that may deal with this power.) If you look at Sumerian art, and carvings at the Vatican, they revere a pine cone shaped object. The pineal gland looks like a tiny pinecone.

    9.I just read somewhere (wish I could remember where) that chemtrails could be used to make earth more inhabitable for another species. Everything I have read indicates that the chaff consists of aluminum, barium, strontium and some biological agents. When I read this I immediately thought of the star child skull that was being researched by Lloyd Pye. Its bones are very high in aluminum which implies that it could not survive on this earth…..

    Well that’s enough for now-I could go on and on. 🙂 Peace.

    • Whoa macburns! That’s a lot to digest.

      I won’t pretend to have all the answers, but I’ll offer my opinion on a few of the queries/issues you raised.

      1. That’s an excellent observation and good thinking.

      2. That does sound like it merits some investigation. Thanks.

      3. I suspect that there are likely several competing groups of very intelligent people with competing (though sometimes complimentary for the sake of progress and profits) master plans.

      4. Probably, but very much dependent on your personal situation and the alternatives available to you. If the end result doesn’t benefit you, then perhaps you should think about sitting on it until a better plan evolves (as a result of further evaluation and investigations).

      5. Everything in moderation. They are your children and should be high on your list of people to help through life in this respect (same as every other respect). Though care must be taken in the way you go about this (as I am also currently doing) to avoid scaring them into feeling that either they are powerless from day one, or that their parents are nutters. My wife’s awakening is challenging as she can’t handle her world being messed with (though concedes that it is an illusion). It’s all too scary for her and she likes her illusion.

      6. I don’t feel qualified to comment on this one.

      7. Can’t help you with that one as I believe that all religions are mechanisms designed to entangle the human mind in unnecessary and confusing filters that actually make it harder to discern reality, Good, Evil and truth. Instinct and true unfiltered self honesty are hard enough to manage without adding endless obfuscations that makes you more comfortable with self deception. My 2 cents worth.

      8. I am open minded on this. It is so nice to think we all have a little tool in ourselves that we can aspire to master all things with. In fact, it’s such a comforting thought, it should be a religion ;-). I’m pretty sure that mines already fully petrified. As for the vatican having pine cone symbols, I suspect that its likely as not a symbol of the presence of the golden ratio throughout nature.

      9. Lots of theories around chem-trails. I seriously doubt that the real objective is good for us (like reflecting harmful solar radiation). I tend to favour the theories around enhancing/bouncing HARP microwave signals/plasma balls/electromagnetic pulse to trigget storms/earthquakes/tsunamis etc. Though I suspect that even that theory may not be evil enough to be true.

      • I appreciate the feedback very much Colin and AofC!

        5. My husband has the glasses on so to speak, thanks to his willingness to listen to me and read and watch what I have been showing him, and he has been speaking to his friends and coworkers.
        I have been encouraging my (grown)children to be vigilant about what they put in their bodies, to be self-reliant and to stay out of debt while I have recently (not at first-I was initially horrified, devastated and overcome by a sense of extreme urgency)been remaining upbeat and hopeful without losing my sense of humor about all of this.
        7. I am looking at Jesus with as much of a clean slate as I can muster-also aware of biases I may have. I am an estranged Catholic, and left the church with great difficulty and guilt (which made me recognize the kind of cult-like grip that it had on me)when the pedophilia cover ups were coming to light. I recognize that churches and religions have been infiltrated by the ptsb and they are a very powerful tool to control and influence the masses. I also, in my open-minded, rational, educated (?indoctrinated) and reasonable way have also viewed the bible as more parable, symbolism and metaphor without ever actually having read it!! I considered the possibility that MLK, Ghandi and others were like Jesus/2nd comings? I am coming to a fresh understanding of the role of Jesus as a yup-divine/otherworldly/alien physical/chemical force and revolutionary radical teacher who spoke truth to power. After watching Lloyd Pye’s lecture on human origins I have a fresh perspective on original sin, divine/cosmic intervention in the creation theory. I believe the false god/force/entity who rules the earth is satan (such an eye-rolling word isn’t it and one of many names for it) and there is a greater God of the universe that exists as a vibration/resonance/force that can be recognized in physics, chemistry and physiology.
        8. I have done more reading on the pinecone symbol-it symbolizes life, and my sense is that the ptsb have perverted this symbol to represent their sex/death cult.

        I have a new understanding that there is a divine life force in physics, chemistry, resonance and electromagnetic frequency and we as humans have great power within ourselves to affect these forces in a positive way by our behavior and thoughts.

        So, never any offense taken when talking about religion-this is a great place to exchange ideas and perspectives.

        Don’t let the UFO stuff turn you off:


    • Thanks AofC for the thoughtful exchange!

      I encourage you to look into the Knights Templar. They were Catholic Military which should be an oxymoron! They stole the gold from the Temple of Solomon centuries ago and they did it again on Sept. 11 2001 from the Solomon Brothers Building. (WTC7). They were at the Marathon bombing in Boston as “Craft International” as a mercenary group providing security. Their website says the group was inspired by the founder’s templar faith.
      They are at the core of the ptsb today. The “Dark Knight” has risen so to speak.
      I worry about the idea that makes so much sense to so many people, about all the world religions having parallel origins and really being different version of the same thing. This smells like one world religion propaganda. I find the Zeitgeist film’s claim that Jesus was the son/sun of god as validation of the pagan/sun worshiping roots of Christianity to be obviously and blatantly flawed. These words are homophones. This argument only works in English! Jesus is the sun cannot be translated into, for example, Jesus is the fils. Fils (son) and soleil (sun) have nothing to do with one another in French.

      This film debunks the Zeitgeist movement and its one world religion propaganda. So many people who are well aware of the truth in so many other areas, are falling for the Zeitgeist movement.

      Love Kahlil Gibran and Carlin! Thanks for that 🙂 My children do belong to the universe, but definitely not to the state or the community! 🙂

  8. Thanks for the link to that interview. I recall watching an earlier interview he did (also translated) in which he discussed his concerns regarding the brainwashing of young Muslims by the same cesspool of evil turds.

    I also get the impression that he is sincere and obviously intimately familiar with the majority of players and their plans. Very heartening to see.

    I saw a news report earlier today that claimed the heads of the Egyptian Islam community/orders are calling for the world press to cease referring to ISIS as being associated with Islam.

    It would be great to see all of the various established sect leaders and respected leaders publicly calling for the disassociation of ISIS from Islam. That might save some of the more naive believers from joining them and dying for all the wrong reasons.

  9. I am trying to get my head around how world events are tied together (as might be expected in a fully manipulated world) and started wondering how some of the financial factors play into current military confrontations.

    Thinking of factors such as;
    1. The Fed spending/loaning of the German gold bullion that it was entrusted with.
    2. The Fed replacement of the gold bullion having to be done by drip feed shipments to Germany.
    3. Ongoing manipulation of world gold and silver prices enable the Fed to buy back the gold (at more favourable rates)that its shareholders plundered and cashed in.
    4. Russia, India & China’s bulk buying of the cheap gold frustrating the Fed program to acquire the gold.

    Along with recent bilateral trade agreements in non U$ transactions and Russia’s position as an energy resource competitor for the European market (upon which much needed return$ from ma$$ive middle eastern investment$ are relied on). It’s probably a pretty tense time for team Petro-dollar these days.

    I think what we are seeing at present is somewhat akin to the squashing of a rotten apple. What would happen if China decided to send it’s Trillion$$$ of U$$$$$ back to the US anytime soon? I wonder if enough of the U$ police are militarised to deal with an overnight crash.. yet?

    Slow day 😉

  10. Been reading Gustavus Myers ‘History of Great American Fortunes’ and just being shocked at the unbelievable parallels between the situations we find ourselves in today, and how they aren’t much different to conditions all throughout the history of the United States, even as far back as in British colonial times…

    This book has been very eye-opening for me as to what I would call the ‘mythology’ of America (to borrow a phrase from the pillars of NeoCon-ism).

  11. I’ve been spending a lot of time lately looking critically at the role of the pro-Israel lobby and I’ve realized there’s a large part of the equation which I’ve been overlooking: Christian Zionism in America. More specifically; Christians United For Israel (CUFI), lead by pastor John Hagee. I don’t want to offend anybody’s religious sensibilities, but the nature of this “support” for Israel is pretty scary when you measure the nature of how this fits, not only to the shameful US support for a policy of ethnic cleansing in the occupied territories, but in relation to the strategic use of ‘Islamic’ extremism (currently being perpetrated under the brand name: ISIS) to systematically destabilize, fracture, and ostensibly pave the way for more direct US “boots on the ground” finagling in the region. Beyond this, what’s going on with Russia also fits into the biblical literalist apocalyptic ideology Hagee preaches. This is someone who expresses the idea that the creation of Israel as a Jewish state part of a fulfillment of biblical prophecy, where this is one of the steps which paves the way for rapture, which comes in the form of a nuclear holocaust.

    I know this sounds absurd, but when you look at CUFI in the context of US foreign policy, particularly towards Israel, the nature of the political language around Israel, Iran, and Russia, the implications become a lot more serious. I don’t have any definitive statements beyond what I’ve stated, but I feel like this is something we ought to be aware of in discussing what’s going on and hopefully in terms of what we can do to be aware to try to prevent the culmination of these doomsday opportunists from dragging all of us further down this path.

    I’ve spent a lot of time trying to find good resources to introduce people to these issues. This one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYWlB64upSc, “Onward Christian Zionists” gives a good overview.

    I also spent some time (painfully) trying to listen to some examples of Hagee speaking about these concepts in context and I found these: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9vgqEQR2Tk, labeled by the user as “Zionist dispensationalist Hagee – Jesus is Coming”, which apparently is an excerpt from a 2005 sermon which discusses the role of a financial crisis and the resurgence of Russia as a threat to the US and Israel.

    The second: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9vgqEQR2Tk, “HAGEE HOTLINE: John Hagee on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine (March 4 2014)” is from John Hagee Ministries’ youtube channel.

    This may be old news to some of you, but I’ve rarely (if at all) heard this angle explored, so I’d be interested in your thoughts on the matter.

    • Speaking of John McCain, this provides another angle into his warmongering extremism. Seriously…

      • I’m not sure where this is going to show up in the thread, or whether it’s bound to lost in the shuffle anyway. But I just watched a great video with Alan Hart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4eL6ona1m8, where he discusses his book(s): Zionism: The Real Enemy Of The Jews. He very clearly articulates much of why it is that I personally feel Jews in particular should be concerned about Zionism. Even though it’s a secular ideology which can’t be squared away with any of the core principles of Judaism, it’s been branded as a Jewish movement, thus it’s the greatest modern catalyst for anti-Semitism anybody could devise.

        Right now I’m reading The Idea Of Israel by Ilan Pappé, which has already had a profound affect on my understanding of how the Zionist narrative inside Israel has perpetuated a state of conditioning and self-censorship which has largely crippled many, if not most, Israelis from coming to terms what Zionism truly represents.

        One of my best friends recently became engaged to an Israeli, who she met here in the United States. I’m still getting to know him, but he a nice guy and even before I started reading Pappé’s book, I recognized through candid discussion and debate that there are layers of complexity to the attitudes of Israelis, which are a reflection of living within the constraints of the ‘cultural homeland’ of what’s probably the most sophisticated model of social and ideological control ever devised. Still, he’s a smart person, so it becomes quite difficult to try to present the idea of this matrix like structure without sounding condescending.

        Israel is a topic that I’ve discussed frequently with this friend in the past and when she started dating this guy it really challenged me to try to find a way to look at Israel more… objectively, I suppose is the best word I can think of. What I came to the conclusion of through trying to listen to as many different voices as possible, was the fact that it was necessary to try to look at Zionism and Israeli policy and differentiate between that and the role of the citizens. After all, I’d shutter to have the idea of what United States policy represents weighing on my shoulders, even if the comparison has its limitations. I haven’t talked with her during the latest assault on Gaza (not necessarily on purpose), so it will be interesting to see where things are. But ultimately I’d say, in the grand scheme of things, I’m hopeful her relationship with this guy will offer me a window into to the perspective inside Israel which will provide me with some insight on how to shift the discourse in a more effective direction, than I would have otherwise.

    • In French we call these Christian Zionists “Messianic Neocons”, basically they are people who find hypocritical excuses for doing what the New Testament has banned (for example usury). They twist their religions to allow themselves to do the exact opposite of what their religions tell. The Talmudic-Zionists against the Torah (even if the Talmud and Torah forbids Zionism, Ketoubot 111a), Messianic Neocons against the New Testament and the Wahhabies againt the Quran.

      Maybe some of them thinks (like Qatar helping Israel) that their strategy us against Israel and the very end and will hasten the return or Jesus (called Nabi Isa for Muslims), but IMHO most of them a bunch of crooks looking for any excuse to justify their submission and wrong doings.

      And when they pretend to apply their religions by the book, they do it in such an obscurantist literal manner that they corrupt it, and sometimes they do so in order to hide their failures. For example the Quran clearly forbids the petro-dollar (see Sheikh Imran Hosein, Sheikh Umar Vadillo or Ahmed Meera works on that topic), so the Muslim countries leading the petro-dollar use stupid and extreme measures not required by the Quran (e.g. killing homosexuals or persecuting women) as a fig leaf to cover the fact that their are naked and corrupted on the economical aspect of the scary Shariah Law (it can be scary, but even more for bankster!).

      If you are interested in geopolitics and religion (or eschatology), I would invite you to check Sheikh Imran Hosein methodology, he uses the Quran to explain or anticipate geopolitical events, always interesting to take a look. He became famous after anticipating an describing the Arab Spring in back in 2003.

      I also like the vision of Bill Cooper (Behold a Pale Horse) who wonders if these people who are in power are following and applying their books to shape the world events, because they believe in it, or because they believe that we believe in it to justify their New World Order?

      • Another interesting eschatological aspect that might have a significant influence on current geopolitical events is Putin’s religious advisers. First he retired few days at the end of April to take advise from priests at the Valaam monastery. Then, Aleksandr Dugin (portrayed as Putin’s ideological mentor) has recently invited Sheikh Imran Hosein in Russia to speak about Muslim/Christian visions of the End Times, the video of the meeting is very interesting (available here in Russian/English subtitled in French https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RN1HzpicCnk). Finally, despite the messages of peace of Sheikh Imran Hosein, and the numerous videos he made against Jihad in Syria, Irak, etc. he has been banned from flying on the USA’s territory as if he was a “terrorist”! http://www.imranhosein.org/news/467-iseek-2013-international-summit-in-london.html

      • Thanks mammique, great response. I’ll have to make a note of the “Messianic Neocons” bit that’s awesome 🙂 I just checked out a video interview with Sheikh Imran Hosein, where he discusses ISIS and the situation in Ukraine. He’s definitely on point, to an extent where his inclusion on the no-fly list (sadly) comes at no surprise to me. I also realized while I was watching that there’s a gap, even in my own interpretation of Zionism.

        I mentioned the videos about Christian Zionism, in part, because I felt that this influence was something significant which wasn’t being reasonably accounted for, even within a relatively informed critique of Zionism. I’m not religious, but I decided that, as someone who comes from a Jewish family, I have a responsibility to do what I can to challenge the idea that Israel, as a “Jewish State”, represents the interest of Jews in general. In some ways I’d say that it does the exact opposite, but I’ll shelve that as part of a larger discussion for the time being.

        The point I wanted to make is that Zionism is a secular construct which exploits religion to achieve goals that defy any sort of moral religious rationale. As you mentioned, the means in which Israel was established as a “Jewish State” runs contrary to fundamental Jewish Talmudic interpretation of the Torah. (I’m not religious, I just study a lot 🙂 Still, Zionism has been pushed so hard as a “Jewish” concept, that I realize I’ve even been conditioned on a certain fundamental level to interpret it that way, despite my better judgement (or practical understanding).

        I’ve stuck my neck out (modestly) to call BS when Zionists try to equate criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism. At the same time, in the alternative sphere where I tend to dwell I definitely come across a fair amount of genuinely anti-Semitic overtones, superimposed from classic stereotypes over an otherwise legitimate and well warranted criticism of Israel and, more broadly, Zionism. It gets discouraging at times, but ultimately I figure I just have to shrug off the abundance of dumb sh!t people have to say directly or indirectly about Jews and take on ignorant Jews, philo-Semites, and Zionists who provide people with legitimate reasons to hold low opinions of Jews. (I actually think that’s one of the goals of Zionism, but again; I’ll shelve that for now). I’m glad, in a non-linear form, through this exchange I’ve recognized a separate obstacle to effectively forming a constructive critique of Zionism.

        BTW: a philo-Semite, for those who don’t know, is someone anti-Semitic who loves Jews. (Here’s looking at you Mel Gibson 😉

        Finally, regarding Bill Cooper’s question about the motivations of the global elite’s use of religion, I’ve considered this too. More or less, I feel that the globalist’s goals come down to money and control, with religious sentiment being either an afterthought, or perhaps a self-serving moral justification. Mainly religion seems to be the go to tool for manipulating people into channeling their energy towards actions which, by any reasonable assessment, undermine the core principals of any religious values.

      • Thanks for your reply @BennyB!

        Personally I try not to fall in the trap that consists in “racializing” the debate when associating Jews with Zionism. This has IMHO two goals:

        – Diverting the rich/poor conflict (in the 1% elite there are many Christians and Wahhabi, all Zionists) into a racial (so emotional) conflict, if you critic the elite you are anti-semitic!

        – Racism has the advantage for the elite (Zionism is a elitist ideology) to exclude or include people as they want without any justification. The Nazis did that with the Jews in the opposite way, when Goering was blamed because many high ranked officials in Gestapo where Jews, he replied “In Germany I am the one to decide who is Jew or not”. Today if you critic Zionism as a Jew you are excluded and you become a self-hating Jew, but if you are a Christian or a Muslim Zionist: “Welcome to the club!”.

        So race or religion has nothing to do with the real problem, they are just tools of domination, IMHO the only valid separation is rich/poor, strong/weak, aware/ignorant, etc.

        I just released on Open Source Interview of the French novelist Jacob Cohen (former Zionist, former Freemason, specialist of Zionism and Israeli MSM), he explains important points that you might be interested in. He also talks about Sayanim (Mossad volunteer agents), French dissidence (a grassroots movement with new non-violent methods of action that is really freaking out the French establishment, and will give hope to you guys :-)), and more… I’ve added many videos to illustrate it such as interviews (e.g. about Zionism: Gilad Atzmon, Neturei Karta, Norman Finkelstein, etc.). I’ll take some time to write a more detailed post about this document later on, but if you want to check here it is: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzHtFW-mC6vGh07g8RK7sUITTYsQYBlN0


      • @nosoapradio: I don’t know if Gilad’s historical claims are right, but one thing is sure is that it pisses off the French establishment, they tried to ban the conference you mention, using as a pretext a weird spree killing that happened just before in a Jewish museum (smells false-flag, 2 Mossad agents were killed). I cover this in the last part of the Open Source “Documenterview” I mentioned above (starts at 15m05s): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WPm1rrWNJQ&feature=youtu.be&t=15m5s&list=PLzHtFW-mC6vGh07g8RK7sUITTYsQYBlN0

        James, did you had the chance to talk about that with Gilad Atzmon when he came to Osaka? http://www.corbettreport.com/an-evening-with-gilad-atzmon/

      • @Algorithm of Consciousness: Thanks fo you feedback!

        I was raised in an anti-clerical atheist leftist-hippie-intellectual family, and in a Christian country (France). The only mystical or spiritual experiences I had was in reaching the limits of my favorite science topics such as astronomy (or cosmology) or physics. It’s only recently that I had to dig deeper into these religious topics, starting with Islam because of economics, and, to my surprise, I did not find much fundamental contradiction with my own personal beliefs I developed around science (I could event say that I found complementary). So I’ve integrated the religious/esoteric/metaphysical domains into my toolbox of comprehension (along with quantum physics, geopolitics, economics, neuroscience, etc., my wife is Buddhist BTW, this helps as well), and I try to use the best combination of tools regarding each topic. So, yes, I’m open to that 🙂

        The Bill Cooper hypothesis I just mentioned is only an hypothesis, even from his own perspective, most of the time he’s closer to your deep state approach of “magic”. Such as his explanation of Kubrick’s 2001 Space Odyssey that I watched recently, it’s really deep thinking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o__D464kGyY To be put in perspective with James’ episode about Kubrick life (and death, before Eyes Wide Shut release): http://www.corbettreport.com/the-kubrick-question-video/

        About numerology, I’d be closer to James point of view: everyone makes speculations aftermath, but no one has never been able to predict any event with numerology. There probably is numerology involved (our former-former-former French president Mitterrand famous for beign advised by astrologists and numerologists), but it seems folkloric to me as I can’t use it to counter act.

      • @nosoapradio: I’m not much into these ethnic, Jewish, Aryan, suprematism, things. As I said above, I think it’s a trap, but as these concepts are used as weapons to demonize, exclude, manipulate, dominate, etc. I had to dig a bit into, but I’m not a maniac of the topic.

        I’ve watched this explanation of Atzmon (I think it’s the same you gave about marriages in the ghettos) at 10m20s: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x22g0yf_conference-soral-atzmon-a-paris-europe-la-nouvelle-elite-et-l-avenir-de-la-democratie-11-juin-2014_webcam?start=620 I don’t see it as a eugenic, supremacist, or genetic superiority. His concept is more about social engineering within a community, aiming to create an elite by favoring the social situation of successful boys by marrying them to rich girls, and depriving the low class of the society from their brains. IMHO it is not eugenics, it is shaping an elite within a society, just like Indian scientists immigrates to USA or Europe, living India without its brains. They are not creating more intelligent people or race, they just move the brains from one layer of the community to another, to have a high concentration of brains in the 1% elite, while depriving the remaining 99% of the community, and finally use this fabricated “cognitive elite” as a strategical tool. But you are right, he uses the term eugenics, he also concludes by “there is no Jewish genius” because this social engineering is a fraud (or artificial within 1% of the community). Personally, I have no idea, and I’m not much into it because I think that the problems we have nor the solutions are in this domain of action or knowledge.

        I have problems with Soral because he always speaks his mind in a provocative, arrogant and know-it-all way which is IMHO counter-productive. He is also judeo-centered, he has the tendency to see Jews everywhere, which is of course inaccurate, but I can understand this from his point of view, because the Jewish lobby harasses him (and Dieudonné), so from his point of view attacks come often from Jews, he simply fights back. Indeed his opponents uses this against him, but the more they do, the less it works, and the more he gets audience, I think this contrast is the result of the political correctness, a colorful character like Soral (a former communist punk) is the logical response to the clean-cut political puppets environment surrounding us. The points you mentions could indeed be handicaps for the dissidence few years ago, but since last year events (covered in the documentary) it no longer works, people understood that it was only demonizing.

        People understood that the real anti-racists are on the dissidence side, when Soral talks about his Aryan roots he does it for political incorrectness, in a bold, ironic and provocative way which is clearly understood by the audience (BTW he admits that he might have Jewish ancestors). It’s very difficult for the journalists to portray them as anti-semites or racists (even if they try), because the French dissidence is truly the most diverse populations ever, they are the people who were programmed for civil war and division (gays/straights, white/black, rich/poor, man/woman, christian/muslim, left/right, etc.) and they now joined up to fight back the elite who tried to divide them. We recently arrived to a point were the French version of the Black Panters, the anti-facists (young extreme-leftists), and the nationalist skinheads are in the process of making peace because they identified those who manipulated them to destroy each other (French version of Nation of Islam has joined the dissidence long ago). I’m suspicious when the debate goes in the religious or racist-like direction, what is important to me: “unite and reconquer” against “divide and conquer”, we are seeing this movement happening in France, and more importantly we see the establishment threaten and seriously freaking out, that’s why I took the decision to provide information in English about it.

        Thanks for watching part 7, it might have sound weird to you because the first episodes are there to explain the very specific French context, it starts to get into the real topic from 4~5 up to 6, 7 is somehow conclusion.

      • @Camille: I’m very much enjoying this discussion and I’ve made a note to check out that video.

        @nosoapradio: Regarding Gilad Atzmon’s assertions about Jewish intelligence, not only do I reject them outright, but I think you’re absolutely right that it’s detrimentally provocative. There’s no credible scientific data that I’m aware of which proves anything about a genetic or racial basis for intelligence. The only evidence I see is the fact that the premise for the nature of such an inquiry reflects a racist prerogative and an absence of ethical integrity.

        I’m certainly not an expert, but my opinion is that intelligence is a reflection of environmental variables, not genetics. There’s sufficient data which shows that prenatal health of the mother can have a tremendous impact on the development of a child, with the use of drugs and alcohol being the most obvious example. However, there are also some interesting studies regarding stress and its relationship to prenatal and early childhood neurological development which I was exposed to via Canadian Dr. Gabor Mate. Whether or not there are aspects of Judaism, specifically which foster intellectual growth would be an interesting idea to explore, but I’d still have an extremely hard time taking that seriously into consideration in forming any sort of legitimate evaluation.

        I have other thoughts on the nature of the topic, but in the meantime, I felt compelled to respond more promptly 🙂

      • @Camille: I just noticed you mentioned something about Dieudonné. I had a conversation (of sorts) with someone at Boiling Frogs Post (that’s the other forum/site I subscribe to) regarding Dieudonné had made about “Jewish influence” and the “Jewish lobby”. I pointed out the fact that I think it’s important to distinguish between pro-Israel/pro-Zionist influence and lobbies, given the fact that it’s not really possible to represent “Jewish interests” since they’re not a unified entity and, additionally neither Israel or Zionism collectively represent Jewish interests, which I’ve argued elsewhere, IMO they do the opposite. Specifically, regarding Dieudonné, I admitted I don’t speak French, but there were some things which I read that he’d said and descriptions of comedy acts he’d done where he made Holocaust jokes, which I find pretty impossible to find funny.

        The member at BFP was sort of throwing the comment out as statement that Dieudonné was someone they’d been checking out on some sort of alternative French media channel and asking what people thought, so I responded accordingly. I’m not putting all that on you, but I’m just throwing it out there myself and wondering if maybe something really was lost in translation (so to speak)

      • Thanks for your reply @nosoapradio & @BennyB, I understand your concerns. I tried to communicate about these issues last year to to non-French speaking irate minority, but I came to realize that these concerns couldn’t be addressed because of the lack of translation and contextualization. That’s why I took the decision to make this documented interview, I know it is long to watch, I am sorry but it had to because of the required contextualization (I’ve added more that 200 sourced references), and we’ve translated about 2 hours of videos (it took us about 5 months to put all of these pieces together). So I hope that most of your concerns will be cleared after watching this (I also hope you’ll have the time, I know it’s a big constraint), I’ll be pleased to discuss more specifically if there are still blurry points remaining or perspectives to speculate about 🙂

      • @Algorithm of Consciousness: It’s possible that these numbers are not random, but when we look for something we always find something, focus on it, try to give a sense to it, and avoid all the rest around that wasn’t useful to validate the initial postulate of magic numbers (even if there isn’t).

        Indeed, some of your numbers make our eyebrows raising, if we want to find out the mathematical probability of such numbers to occur randomly, I think I we should also add as a parameter in the equation the numbers that could have make sense if they were on the dot, but didn’t. Do we have any statistic about that? Those who look for such numbers should take note of what numbers were not on the dot (e.g. the speed of the plane in km/s or miles/s makes not sense? OK, I take note of it). Then we could compare the proportion of numbers that makes sense with numbers that does not, and compare it with the numbers of an event Humans have control of (e.g. a natural catastrophe).

        But if it does makes sense, what advantage does it give to the irate minority to fight back? 🙂


      • @nosoapradio: One thing you won’t find in the interview is about Chomsky’s gatekeeping, so I’d like to address it now because Chomsky appears in the video at some point. I’ve put it simply because what he says on this very topic is right. On the other hand, the French Dissidence is very aware about these gatekeepers, they all identified Chomsky as you and James did, no doubt about that, they know all these techniques of manipulation.

        The question has been posed (legitimately but for FUD as well by the opponents) thousands of times about the figures of the Dissidence, we asked the question to Jacob Cohen in the video 7 as well (comparing Dieudonné with Beppe Grillo, which is more a Trojan puppet than a gatekeeper). I won’t make any conclusion here, you’ll make your own, it’s just to say that the level of consciousness regarding deception and manipulation in the Dissidence is high, about the same as in the German End the FED movement (portrayed as anti-semites by the MSM BTW :-p), but the French Dissidence has, let’s says… 10 years old, it’s hundreds of thousands people, growing fast and networked, it’s by far the biggest dissident movement within a country of the Empire.

      • @BennyB Can you send me the link to the BFP thread you talked about (I’m a subscriber too)? Thx 🙂

      • @Algorithm of Consciousness, yes I’m Camille and mammique, I was playing with my profile options, I switched back to my nickname (BTW in French the first name Camille is both for man and woman, I’m a man).

        One advantage numerology could give us if we were able to master it wouldn’t be most for predictions (we would need insiders to get the initial goals and variables I guess), but it would be most for understanding the coded messages for the initiates said in public, such as Lagarade’s magic 7 speech. Here it would surely be useful 🙂



    • Hello @nosoapradio, thanks for watching and for your feedback. Yes, the insurance thing is really a big step for the resistance, it’s putting even more pressure on the establishment (established insurance companies are already working in preventing it), and there is the creation of a bank following 🙂

      It’s ironic to see how someone fighting for the memory of black slaves ends up in being the main figure of modern-slavery emancipation, demonstrating that it has nothing to do with race, him being mixed black/white and the public being “the most diverse crowd ever seen on this planet” as Gilad Atzmon says, it the 99% that “unites to reconquer” what the 1% took away by dividing them 🙂

      Some say he crossed the Rubicon with the ananassurance… I think it’s too late to kill him, they should have done that way earlier, but what else can they do? Anyway, the French Dissidence would loose a lot if its main figure disappears, but as it is a grassroot movement, it would just slow it down, not stop it (or maybe accelerate if they to it wrong?), there is already more that a dozen of other strong figures in the movement (some have leading skills, others heads pop as the result of pre-existing decentralized movements, it’s very heterogenic, from anarchists to true democrats to monarchists, there is room for every type of convictions, and the real enemy has been identified).

      I’m glad you find it entertaining (I must say it really is when we come to the recent events from episodes 4~5), it compensates the length of the video 🙂

      About Erdogan, I think that the psychology of such characters plays a big role, especially their ego. They have such an ego that when they bow down to obtain something from the establishment, I think that their unconscious prevents them from seeing their actions as acts of submission, I think they prefer to believe that they are “good in strategy” to counter the establishment. But when they realized that they have been set up, “puppeteerized” and trapped (e.g. for Erdogan when CIA started to reverse engineer him), then in some cases their ego makes them fight back. Some people prefer death to humiliation, they can fight back in a nihilist manner, comparing Israel to Nazis, busting the balls of BigPharma, promote Islamic banking, etc. They are not necessary doing this for the good of people, but mostly for their ego, however, the result is what matters, if the people grab the ball, it can make a real difference.

      Another possibility is the engineering of a new scarecrow, they make a public figure incarnate good values for the people, then they take him down and blame all problems on theses values, to be sure that it never pops up again (I think it would apply better on Putin than Erdogan BTW). For example, we can say whatever we want on National-Socialism (which has nothing to do with supremacist ideology, expansionism, authoritarianism, etc. this is the Nazi flavor, Chavez’s ideology is National-Socialism as well, but a very different flavor!), but it is for sure an ideology that is incompatible with the NWO and what the globalists want. So when you oppose globalism, they just have to raise the Hitler’s National-Socialism scarecrow, and they win the debate. Maybe they can portray Erdogan as a new Hilter once they have taken him down, then use it to dismiss anyone talking about Islamic banking, etc.?

      I think the ego answer is more likely, because simpler, but who knows? What do you think? 🙂


    • @nosoapradio May I ask in which country do you live? It seems you speak French fluently 🙂

    • @BennyB: Thanks! The thread is a bit old but I replied anyway, hope people will take a look.

      BTW, as I said I’m not a women despite my first name, but I’m not the Jacob Cohen’s interviewer neither (he’s a friend of mine, I couldn’t go to Paris for the interview, can you notice the subtle difference between French and Romanian accent? :-p).

      • @Camille: I finally got a chance to reply to you and mariotrevi over at BFP. You’ll probably see that there, but I wanted to get back to you.

      • @Cammile: Yeah, I was DJing for them, but they ended up having to replace me after I suffered a severe back injury doing a spin on a slippery floor ;-p

        Your comment hasn’t showed up yet at BFP, but I’ll check it when it does. Thanks again for putting that video series. It was informative on multiple levels.

      • @Camille: I’m sorry, that’s not me I was just joking around, since I thought you were being sarcastic as well. I guess sarcasm doesn’t always work so well in writing… 😉

        Anyway, not sure what’s up with BFP, but I guess we’ll find out soon enough.

      • @BennyB too bad, I wanted to believe in it for having a funny and improbable anecdote to tell :-p I believed in the official 9/11 story for many years, so I guess you can make me believe anything :-p

        No news from BFP, I don’t think it’ll be any better as Sibel is buzy promoting her book. I give a try in posting it here:


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        Hi BennyB, thanks for watching and for your feedback. I’m glad that this document brought you some answers. Don’t apologize, there were no possibility for a non-French speaker to understand the Dieudonné phenomenon, because of the lack of translation and context, that precisely why I made it, I’m glad it was helpful. There is still a lot of French who are brainwashed under the Sayanim’s propaganda, but they have no excuse not to understand, they have all the keys and information at their disposal to understand by themselves, if they don’t look into it, too bad for them. And from now on I hope that non-French speaker will grab this opportunity of understanding with this document. My priority wasn’t to give justice to Dieudonné, there are many lies and misinformation around about so many topics, what’s the problem if most non-French speakers have a wrong opinion about a Frenchie-French issue? That’s just one more lie in a world made of lies after all…

        The reason I felt compelled to counter balance the propaganda on this very issue was because of it positive aspects (despite the bad ones) that I wanted to communicate to the irate minority. Sometimes when I hear Sibel or others BFP contributors and subscribers feeling so powerless facing the establishment, I wanted to say “look at Dieudonné”, there are tactics that works, there are hundreds of thousands people in France who are seriously challenging the establishment and breaking their tools of domination (exposing their parallel chains of command in front of everyones’ eyes, ridicule their authority, nullify the accusation of anti-semitism, etc.). Give some hope, positive signs and tips of resistance (humor, Ananassurance, quenelle, etc.). But it’s impossible to pass the message without this minimum of explanations.

        This irate minority will never be the irate majority, but it can be a real difference-maker in terms of number, maturity and awareness. Even if Dieudonné seems genuine and sincere (because of his personality, his path career, the topics he exposes like 9/11, military industrial complex, banking system, pedophilia, Zionism, BigPharma, etc.) there is always the possibility of being tricked or deceived by any actor at any moment. But the irate minority have never been so powerful (withing a country of the Empire), it has good cards in its game, knows what the real real rules, there is a chance to take. And Dieudonné is not the cause of all of this, he is the most visible symptom of this awakening.

        I totally understand your reluctance about his jokes, I can agree with you on some points, no Dieudonné’s fan would blame anyone for no liking his bad taste jokes. What is important is that it shows the hypocrisy of the establishment because his jokes where the very precise reason he was idolized by the MSM in the 90′s. He was making gross, obscene and lewd jokes about Whites, Blacks, Women, Muslims, Jews, Christans, Homosexuals or whatever, and that’s why they loved him. It’s when he started to attack Zionists that he was suddenly officially unfunny. They tried to persecute him morally with the Holocaust, he understood that this tragedy was a used as a tool of domination and control of opinion (in the Dissidence we call these MSM agents the “troops of mental occupation”), so he broke their tool buy ridiculing the Holocaust with his usual lewd jokes, nothing more, nothing less than his usual jokes. But when they take it out of context, it’s indeed a very good way to make him look anti-semitic. I do criticize him on this as well, I think he could have done it in a more subtle manner (he can be very subtle and poetic as well, some of his sketches are very profound, e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ypIqpclCXE), but I have to admit that he won that battle. A single man could nullify the terror accusation of anti-semitism build by decades of movies, school programs, political correctness, etc. So if I criticize the means, I do admit that this impossible job was done in the end.

        The story is not finished, his new tour is about to commence, the MSM already started their propaganda (not only in France: http://time.com/3206308/no-laughing-matter/), just this week: one serious trial (“Apology of Terrorism” because he exposed the Foley’s beheading video, 5 years of jail possible), closing of his YouTube account, complaint to forbid the DVD of his last show (he had to shoot in Algeria to avoid censorship)…

      • Hi @nosoapradio! Thanks for the feedback. Guess what, my friend Magali (who shot the Jacob Cohen interview) is currently subtitling the Françis Cousin conference for MetaTV! International 🙂 If this is not synchronicity, what is synchronicity!? Indeed this conference is particularly good, but among the hundreds of conferences produced by the French Dissidence every year we picked that one 🙂 I often thought about James’ point of view while watching it, I think it is very close to Cousin’s opinion. Also, the recent rebirth of Cercle Proudhon as a new movement within the Dissidence sounds like a positive trend that might interest Corbett Report’s readers.

        MetaTV International is not officially launched (we are working on it) but you can find our work here on the MetaTV website (we’ll post the Françis Cousin conference here as well): http://metatv.org/videos/metatv-international If you feel like participating by making the bridge between French-speaking and non-French-speaking alternative news do not hesitate to contact us 🙂

        May I ask where do you live in France?

        Yes, IMHO Dissidence’s gurus are overrun by the phenomenon, they catalyze it, but they do not drive it. The ghost is outside the machine.


    • Hi all, for those who don’t have the time the watch the documentary, I’ve made a more digest version by splitting it in many small videos in a playlist. I tried to make them independent of each other and understandable without context (I’ve inserted hyperlink dependency bubbles between videos when context is required), I’ve removed the narration and things that cannot be understood outside the narration. I hope you guys will be interested, IMHO it would be too bad if some of this information were disregarded by the non-French speaking irate minority (it’s not because it’s a video that I made that I consider it important, but it’s because I think these topics are important that I made the video), here is the playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzHtFW-mC6vGvXNqFcGU2cxa_1pieWOvh



    • @AoC, thanks for watching, no I didn’t know the Samson Option, insane! When I think that the French gave them the bomb… What a shame! I must say I’m not an expert on Israeli topics, I had to dig into it because Zionism is a component of the domination ideology, it is something that can’t be avoided when talking about French dissidence. There is maybe a bit too much about that in the documentary, but Jacob is specialized into it so he had a lot to say on that :-p However I didn’t know about he Samson Option, maybe that’s what he refers too, thank for the information!

  12. Thanks for posting this. I found it pretty interesting to hear what this guy had to say. I also found some of his criticisms pretty sharp and even humorous. Even if he’s not giving a completely ‘accurate’ account of the facts in question, it certainly sounds like it checks out against what we already know. At any rate, even if it’s not 100% accurate, it’s bound to be 98% more so than any of the flights of fancy we’re getting from the military industrial complex mouthpieces we’re being forced to endure at the moment. I also agree that the “worse than Al-Qaeda” talk is the type of BS which belongs in a bad Hollywood script.

  13. Given the type of drama we’ve witnessed over the last year around the Snowden ‘revelations’ and the issues around surveillance I think there’s a great likelihood that whatever doomsday attack is being formulated has some sort of information technology component to it. Plus, more recently, we had military cyber whore, Keith Alexander pimping his insider information to the Banksters. We know some form of market collapse is in the cards. Perhaps it’s worth considering what kind of financial upheaval could be triggered by some sort of “cyber terrorism” attack.

    We also know one of the main goals of the sorts of 9/11 false flag operations we’ve seen before is to frighten the public into embracing whatever the next ready-made security ‘solution’ the government has to protect us from the ‘evil doers’ is. Lets say this ‘cyber attack’ comes in the form of withdrawing massive funds from accounts, thus preventing the flow of goods and services; essentially shutting down the economy. What would the ready-made solution or response to this crisis look like? What government agency could be blamed for not going far enough to violate our privacy in order to “connect the dots”? What set of circumstances would push the public in the direction of thinking; gee, I’m so glad the NSA has such powerful tools to protect us from the bad guys. I guess we’re really partially the ones to blame for making such a fuss about our civil liberties!

    I don’t have any immediate answers to these questions, but I feel that getting out in front of whatever the next manufactured crisis is and sparking a conversation which outlines the risk of whatever the “solutions” in the pipeline are before people are frightened into a state of panic and submission is probably one of the best strategies we have to minimize the extent the next catastrophic and catalyzing event has in achieving the desired effect.

    In relation to one of the larger topics of discussion here: despite the hype around ISIS (Al-Qaeda Plus+), I have a feeling that’s not something which is being groomed for export (so to speak). I think that’s going to remain more of a Middle East reshaping tool for now. Ultimately, I think the biggest threat we’re being groomed for is going to fall into the “cyber terror” sphere. So, again, I think it’s worth trying to think about ways to get out in front of that scenario. Right now our ability to bypass the establishment media and influence the discussion is probably a threat that the powers that be have a keen interest in neutralizing. We can’t afford to let that happen.

    That’s my two cents for the moment.

  14. … From the agency which brought you Al-Qaeda, comes an “imminent threat” Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is calling “beyond anything we’ve seen”. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Brett McGurk calls ISIS “worse than Al-Qaeda”. Even John McCain has distanced himself from ISIS, calling them “not as bad as Iran, but far less moderate than I was lead to believe”*.

    This summer watch as Obama leads the fight to save capitalism and the American way of life from the threat of Sharia Law and the Islamic State in: Operation Chicken Hawk Blowback: The Revenge of ISIS

    Sorry, I couldn’t resist… ;p

    * McCain didn’t say that, but it’s not that far fetched for an ad-lib.

  15. how about the first American ISIS soldier to be killed being named

    Douglas McAuthur McCain

    who makes this stuff up? Somebody better call Morale Operations…

    • And what a fantastic idea that is indeed! 😉 Right up there with standardized video cameras on police uniforms! … Because at the end of the day it’s all about “accountability”, right?

      • BTW: for a country which is so fixated on demonizing Russia, what’s with this obsession with appointing “Czars” to government positions?

      • Benny, I wholeheartedly agree that there is nothing more bizarre in US politics than the appointment of these extra-constitutional executive branch functionaries, dubbing them czar and then hearing not one peep from anyone in the media, the public, even the alt-media in protest. It shows how far the country has fallen.

    • Excellent tip. Although I often miss the intricacies of Australian politics, Clark and Dawn have international allure. The quality of their satire is unsurpassed. This is one of my favorites:

  16. I feel like the foolishness on the part of US, going from blunder to blunder in Ukraine, may in fact represent the possibility that the United States is being transitioned by powers farther up the totem pole, from the role of a player on the diplomatic chessboard with Russia to that of a piece, although certainly not a pawn at this stage. One can only imagine that the United States’ cavalier push towards the use of sanctions against Russia is only going to put a strain on the alliance with the EU, who are the ones who are going to bare the brunt economically for the sort of cocky “diplomacy” which, not only seems to be hurting the US on the world stage, but bolstering the image of the Russians. Putin’s moves on the grand chessboard have been more like Bobby Fischer vs Obama and John Kerry’s Fisher Price.

  17. The NATO summit right here in the UK is foremost in my mind. I protested in London in July outside the Israeli Embassy for the Palestinians and am off to Cardiff to protest any and all war/aggression that NATO and its allies are planning. You should see the security measures they are taking. The huge ramping up of coverage about the radicalisation of UK residents to fight in Iraq and Syria is cringe-worthy. No mention or remembrance of who funded the “terrorists” in the first place. Other than all this am wondering what false flag event they will conjure this time after raising the threat level to severe in the UK. Sorry no links as writing this on my phone…

  18. Man, if I had the money to fly to Dublin and support this Benefit Concert , or just to be able to send the money, I would.

    ” Christy Moore sings for children of Gaza

    Christy Moore will play a benefit concert for the children of Gaza in Vicar Street in Dublin on Sunday 12th October.

    The proceeds of the concert will go directly to the Middle East Children’s Alliance (MECA) which helps children to overcome the trauma they have experienced from the successive military assaults and occupation of Gaza by Israeli forces over recent years.

    For over twenty years, MECA (www.mecaforpeace.org) has provided direct support for treatment clinics for traumatised children as well as medical aid, counselling programmes, play centres and libraries.

    Christy Moore will be accompanied by Declan Sinnott at the ‘Gig for the Children of Gaza’ in Vicar Street.

    Tickets at €40 are available from Ticketmaster http://www.ticketmaster.ie

    For further information contact: 01 858 821701 858 8217″

  19. Bill Cooper was the best! However, I disagree on his theory about JFK’s driver, I think the gun he sees is a reflection in the hairs of the passenger on the right. I saw a video of Cooper dismissing the reflection theory, but with no argument. My argument is that we see this very same reflection in the hairs of the passenger on the right few seconds before, we clearly see that it is not a gun. BTW, why use a shinny gun? Doesn’t make sense to me. Also the FED theory has been proven false, here is the link Bill Still (director of The Money Master which propagates this rumor) provided to debunk his own mistake: http://www.publiceye.org/conspire/flaherty/flaherty9.html

    • Thank you for that, Mammique. I, too, think that Bill’s JFK assassination theory is nonsensical and completely unsupported by the evidence. And I am continually frustrated to see the JFK/Fed myth continuing to be perpetrated. Might I even suggest my own treatment of the subject back in Episode 174:


    • Thanks James, excellent work once again. I have problems as well in debunking this JFK/FED myth, last time I told that to a famous French economist Pierre Jovanovic (here with Max Keiser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1G1ROT8w_A) in the French MetaTV live-chat about that (http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1b99zr_pierre-jovanovic-face-aux-metanautes-sur-la-libre-antenne-de-meta-tv-3-4_news?start=950) and he shouted “You are wrong! Totally wrong, you can even check for yourself in the Executive Order 11110″… Meaning he knows the title of the document, but never read it! I’ve sent him all information after that, he never replied. People want to believe in this so badly…

      I’ve seen an interview of a recent book’s author exposing 3 main leads for JFK (http://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/2846283400): Johnson, Israel or CIA. I have no idea, but regarding the information I randomly picked up, the other lead of the military-industrial complex sounds plausible. Personal trajectory such as McNamara’s is suspicious to me, he drafted the Operation Northwood false-flag, JFK opposed it, next year no more JFK to oppose false-flags, next year McNamara leads the Gulf of Tonkin false-flag…

      What a surprise to rediscover the Bin Laden confession video tape in this episode, I didn’t watched it since 2001! Hearing the official confession of the official mastermind of 9/11, stating himself that the towers were not supposed to collapse is such a relief! (Or Bin Laden is a conspiracy theorist?! :-p)

      I totally support the fact that we should not take anything for granted and double check before spreading rumors (even if we can easily fall for laziness or sensationalism). BTW, there is information you provided a while ago that made jump because it goes far beyond Illuminati-reptilian theorists dare to: the “Hitler was a Rothschild” link (The Secret Wartime Report by Walter C. Langer) in a QFC episode. How reliable this source is in your opinion?

      I had forbidden the fact that Alex Jones also predicted 9/11 (as you mention in the episode), 3 days before Cooper, which contradict my message bellow about Cooper’s death. However Cooper rarely made predictions (as opposed to Jones who makes 100 per day), and unlike Jones, Cooper gave the name of Bin Laden. Also, the real time covering of the event is very contrasted, Cooper is lucid, talking with cold blood, calling for calm, while Jones is totally hysterical. I’ll try to think of Cooper’s zen attitude on the next big event 🙂


  20. Indeed Bill Clinton declared that Cooper was the enemy number one of the government, he also tried to blame him for the Oklahoma City bombing, but Cooper had the visit of Timothy McVeigh before, he told it on radio that there was something fishy about McVeigh, and that he was a puppet (McVeigh wasn’t alone when they visited Cooper, he wasn’t talkative, another guy was leading the dialog with Cooper). So having said that on radio, he somehow protected himself of being blamed for the false-flag.

    On the other hand, he has been killed for something else he said on air, he predicted 9/11 two month before, naming Ben Laden as the boogeyman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKT5XxJ1sbQ BTW his live covering of 9/11 on this very same day is impressively lucid. Later on he told that he will be killed because of this prediction, less than one month after he was dead.

    He has now been somehow replaced by Alex Jones, about whom Cooper was very suspicious, to say the least…

    • Hi @AoC, thanks for suggesting these leads, I had no idea about these possible connections. I made a quick research, indeed some dots seems to be connectable, but I didn’t checked enough to figure out how deep or shallow it is. Interesting anyway 🙂

  21. James– I have an idea for a podcast topic for you (or any other researchers out there, but preferably for you, as our host here!)

    “Untangling the Alt Media: Background, Worldviews, Influences, and Sponsors (if any) of (the most interesting) Alt Media Commentators”

    Realistically, I guess it would almost have to be a series of podcasts/articles. But perhaps two or three figures could be covered per podcast.

    Obviously, understanding where people are coming from is critical when assessing the information they present. And of course I try my best to figure that out. But it would be helpful to have “advance legwork” from a source whose background/worldview I feel I have gained some familiarity with.

    Sorry if “assignments” are not to your liking; just a suggestion. My hope would be that the podcasts would be easy to make, assuming you already have opinions and views on many alt media commentators.

    If critiquing friends in the alt media presents a conflict of interest, perhaps the series could be limited to those figures you have no personal connections to.

    Ideally it would present the pros and cons of each figure, not hit pieces.

    Some figures I personally would be curious to learn more about:

    EIR and Lyndon Larouche (Anton Chaitkin and other members)
    Webster Tarpley
    Dave Emory (spitfirelist.com)
    Gnostic Media, Jan Irvin
    Red Ice Radio
    Jay Weidner (Kubrick documentarian, and much more)

    That’s just off the top of my head, I must be missing lots of names.


    • EIR/LaRouche = British Monarchy is behind everything
      Dave Emory = Nazis are behind everything


      Great researchers though, and their bodies of work are as long as they are important.

      I however tend to be wary of any theory that neatly wraps up the complex and incredibly layered history of the struggle for global hegemonic power into a package that can easily be digested for the masses.

  22. This goes for many sub-cultures, from the new age movement in the sixties to the goths nowadays. All these scenes are heavily influenced by ancient rituals and symbols. These kids don’t come up with this stuff by themselves, it is purposefully injected into society by the culture creators.

    It’s not just drugs, music, clothing or food, but ultimately their entire believe system that is being manipulated. Our society is very good at destroying ones identity in order to replace it with a newly created identity that can be controlled. Just like churches did in the past.

    I took MDMA a couple of times, but never at rave parties. We used to go to the woods to take it. And I do remember one of the pills had a little owl on it. Some of my friends were sucked into the rave and drugs scene in the nineties and they didn’t end up very well. I think that it wasn’t necessarily the drugs that was so tempting for them. It was the predefined packed and ready identity that this scene created for them. It relieved them of the task to create their own identity.

    • Thanks for your nice compliment AoC. I guess drugs has always been promoted by the culture heroes. The Beatles popularized LSD, the Stones cocaine. Aldous Huxley wrote his famous book ‘The Doors of Perception’ about the advantages of LSD. Jim Morrison named The Doors after this book.

      Personally, I’m sort of in the middle here. Kids will experiment with drugs anyway and society needs good role models to set examples for youngsters. So in theory I don’t really mind rockstars talking about drugs. It starts going wrong when drugs is only promoted as a hedonistic pleasure, as a physical experience (let’s dance! let’s party!).

      Drugs have spiritual aspects and can teach about yourself and nature. Many ancient cultures used hallucinogenic drugs in initiation rituals for young men. But this aspect is never mentioned in modern culture. They are only interested in the trance-like state and the collectivist mindset and the drugs are specifically designed for that aim.

    • Have you heard about the DMT drug? Apparently it’s a natural molecule present our body, secreted by the pineal gland which is supposed to be a spiritual organ (also called 3rd eye), taking it as a drug has spiritual effect as I understood.

    • @mammique I like Graham Hancock’s talks on ayahuasca and DMT. He talks about his personal experiences and the role of ayahuasca in rituals that are still practiced today. He also relates DMT to the pineal gland and the 3rd eye.

      There are many reference to hallucinogenic drugs in western culture. Santa Claus is modeled after Scandinavian shaman rituals with psilocybin mushrooms. Catholic artwork has many references to mushrooms. There’s a huge statue of a pinecone in the Vatican, representing the pineal gland and spiritual illumination.

      It looks like the elite is hiding their knowledge of the spiritual aspects of drugs in plain sight. They take it themselves, but prohibit it for the masses. Meanwhile society is flooded with drugs that have mainly physical aspects, like coffee, sugar, nicotine, alcohol and party drugs.

    • @AoC I believe we are not just in an information war, but also in a war of consciousness and imagination. Ultimately our reality is created by ideas and visions, not by steel or blood, they are merely the result of an idea. The nature of reality is much more spiritual than we are led to believe. Drugs is just one of the tools that we can use to explore our spirituality. I see no reason to be so wary of it.

      About George Soros: just look at the bags under his bloodstained eyes. I’m pretty sure he is a regular pot user and most likely he knows about the mushrooms as well. Him pushing legalization of marijuana doesn’t necessarily mean that he wants to poison the kids. I think the current prohibition of marijuana is just causing too many problems for them and it is no longer beneficial for them to maintain it.

  23. The following article is worth reading in that it firmly (and accurately IMHO) pins blame on the origins of the Ukraine conflict, namely

    The Ukrainian crisis is born from the catastrophic handling of free-trade talks between Ukraine and Russia on the one hand, and Ukraine and Europe on the other. The simultaneous double offer turned into an impossible choice for Ukraine for two reasons:

    the European deal was exclusive : if Ukraine signed with Europe, it was no longer allowed to sign with Russia[2]

    in November 2013, Europe rejected Ukraine’s request for trilateral talks (Ukraine, EU and Russia) in order to find the ways to make both deals compatible and beneficial to all parties[3]


    This is a somewhat startling conclusion given the organisation which is the source of the article. The organisation has deep roots in France – has in the past been rabidly pro EU integration, and has not missed any chance to criticise the US/UK bloc whilst glossing over fundamental EU weaknesses.

    This stance has changed over the last year or so and criticisms of the EU have started to appear in articles – usually blaming EU flaws on the influence of the US/ Anglo block. This new move to cover EU / Bric relations is something I find quite fascinating and worth watching closely.

  24. Back from the demos at Newport and Cardiff. One thing is still playing on my mind and I wonder if anyone else would like to express their opinion on this particular subject. I attended the anti-NATO demo in Cardiff after meeting up with some interesting people (one from Indymedia in the UK). I have only been to two big protests, this one was smaller than I expected. But it contained about 10 members of the Black Bloc. Whilst I choose to follow anarchist lines of thinking and action, I do not accept militant forms of protest. They were there to antagonise the police (we were outnumbered by the police by the way), not for any other reason. In fact, the girl I spoke to had a large sign with the acronym A.C.A.B. (all cops are bastards) on it. She defended their right to protest with violence and mayhem. They made me feel really uncomfortable. I understand the wish to do something to make a statement, because it seems that peaceful resistance is just that calm and although full of song and common purpose, not very exciting in the grand scheme of things to do. I am not sure protesting is supposed to be a fun affair in any case. Has anyone else had experience of Black Bloc tactics? What is your opinion on militant anarchism?

    • I think non-violent protest is the only practical way to go. Violence is the easiest way to demonize any movement and justify whatever violence is used to crush the opposition. This is why provocateurs tend to be such successful tools. I can’t understate how important this is. I’d even go as far as to say I think it’s worth trying to use restraint when it comes to the way we confront the riot police verbally if they’re not doing anything.

      One of the best chants that I’ve heard at occupy movements is you are the 99(%)percent, directed towards the police. In most instances after all, these riot police are being paid a modest amount to protect a system which doesn’t give a rat’s ass about them. I’ve witnessed instances where there are police officers and security who are basically like; “I’m just trying to do my job”. When people get all up in the face of the police and security who are in a situation where they’re actually starting to question the morality of what they’re doing, I think it just makes it that much easier for them to descend into savagery. Ultimately, we rely on people who are part of the system to realize they don’t want to do their dirty work to say; “look these people aren’t breaking any laws and they have a right to express their opinion”.

      I’m by no means saying people should be timid about expressing their demands. The most effective movements actually have tangible demands which can be articulated at least moderately clearly though. Just showing up and saying; “yeah, like, fuck the man!”, is incredibly easy to write off.

  25. Whoops, too late to edit. I wanted to correct the part where I said members of Black Bloc. I meant there were 10 people (that I could observe) creating a Black Bloc.

  26. “James, I don’t remember what details you gave on this or if you made any assertion about Kennedy and the Federal Reserve? “

    If you listen to 174 you’ll find it is correcting the misinterpretation about EO 11110 and the JFK / Fed connection. You will also find in the show notes a link to G. Edward Griffin’s thorough essay refuting this idea.

  27. what is too hard to swallow is that its so global, thats the thing that makes it bollocks IMO. alllllllllll the youtube videos and alllll the conspiracy videos, not one of them has ever tested the trails themselves or the air to see whats coming out of these planes. it seems like the first most obvious scientific thing to do to me, but as in these films like ‘ what in the world ‘ etc – they only ever test the ground and rely on the naked eye looking at trails as scientific proof. NO! not good enough for me. yes its clear it has been done, and since the 60s – there are documents from UK intelligence showing chemical tests all over the country. some at lunchtime in my local tube stations when i was a kid! cloud seeding etc is a reality – but a *global phenomenon*? – no, i dont think so.

    if someone would only get a plane and take a sample of these things, it could be proven beyond doubt, but out of all the people that bleat on about this – not one of them has a plane or a friend with a plane and has tried an air test of some kind. ive done some tests myself with plane transponders and found some military flights making strange trails – ie no transponder – however persistent contrails do exist depending on temp / humidity etc – so your eyes arent necessarily telling you what you think they are telling you!

  28. whats on my mind is that much of the alternative supposedly ‘woken up’ people all bleat the same stuff like its some club. if i dont want to get on the 9/11 truther boat then im not in it. i dont believe in this NWO thing that people bleat on about or the great cull that all the sheep want to believe in. some quote from henry kissinger isnt going to change my mind. i think mostly americans get into this stuff. have you noticed how americans act like there isnt any other place other than america ? its weird. Over here is a little different.

    part of the problem with woken up sheep is that they can draw lines that dont exist between things too easily. ive seen this and experimented with this in my life and it is amazing how things can become significant that totally arent. as some guy said once ‘when sharks swim in parallel lines, there is no conspiracy they are all racing to get to the blood first’

    the woken up sheep become so enamoured with their egos, they search for other woken up sheep to confirm their findings, you know people who have watched the same BS youtube video made my some leper. this perpetuates the problem. anyway….

    whinge over. goodnight 🙂

  29. Has anybody seen this?: http://youtu.be/j8TLu514EgU?list=PLw613M86o5o7q1cjb26MfCgdxJtshvRZ-
    “Exclusive: Islamic State Member Warns of NYC Attack In VICE News Interview”

    I think the CIA must be trying to manage some budget cuts in the ‘Islamic’ terrorism propaganda department. This deserves massive circulation and some sort of clever hashtag, but I’m at a loss right now. I don’t know, maybe it’s just me, but this almost had me laughing out loud. This is better than the Al-Qaeda ‘conference call’.

    Better watch out they’re ‘going to make some attacks in New York’. They ‘have a lot of brothers mobilizing there right now’. I’m sorry, this is just too much…

  30. Yes, I did not see any “direct” evidence of data dumping either…and I have scoured the Internet and have not seen any other reference to this data dumping (wishful thinking on my part, I guess). Here is a very good blog I’ve just discovered. There are a couple of fascinating interviews just posted, one with Lavrov and the other with potential next Russian PM Rogozin.


  31. With regard to mini nukes on 9/11. I have believed this since at least 2006…when some photo comparisons were published on the Internet…comparing known nuclear explosions and 9/11 destruction of the twin towers. If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, etc. Also, melting the tower cores into molten metal required immense heat. This is not to say other methodologies weren’t used as well. I’m an equal opportunity 9/11 theory believer. The atrocity used all kinds of destruction, IMO.

  32. Bit random but maybe someone can toss me a line…

    I was trying to think of a comparison to explain why saying Russia “invaded” Crimea (when they already had troops there), would be like saying the United States “invaded” ( example goes here ). I can’t think of anything good/obvious ATM


    • I guess Guantanamo Bay works.

      • Right, Cuba would be the correct correlation. Guantanamo specifically probably works best for demonstrative purposes. I guess I was just overthinking it. Thanks for the reply though. Check out the time stamp!

    • @mammique: I know, right? It’s pretty staggering when you think about it.

  33. Just checked out a good documentary, Enemy Image (http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/enemy-image/), which discusses the Pentagon’s refining it’s strategy of managing the coverage of successive military campaigns from Vietnam on, ending with the prospect of MIT/DARPA’s engineering autonomous/drone ‘reporters’ to cover future conflicts. Pretty creepy, but the drones might serve as an improvement over the status quo.

    PS – @Corbett: I didn’t see your documentary there. I could submit it for you if you want, but I figured you’d probably just assume do it yourself. Let me know though.

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