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As NATO forces conduct full-scale military exercises on Russia’s doorstep, the world’s attention once again turns to Eastern Europe. But as Professor Michel Chossudovsky, author of Towards A WWIII Scenario and The Globalization of War points out, in this era of total warfare, the real threat is not just a military one and its scope is truly global.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
(Tragedy & Hope) Big Banks Too Rich for Jail: HSBC Whistleblower John Cruz Pulls Back Curtain on Corruption
The Deep End episode 011: features an interview with HSBC Whistleblower John Cruz, who describes "The Perfect Crime" and the "Culture of Corruption" he witnessed - including the complicity of the U.S. Justice Department and Attorneys General Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch.
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Sunday, June 19, 2016
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Why does America attack the I-CIA-SIS it created? Was Gladio an outgrowth of SOE? How do you get a loved one out of the military? And did the National Academy of Sciences just find GMOs to be safe in a new study? Find out the answer to these and other burning questions as James opens the mailbag for this month's edition of Questions For Corbett.
Pay close attention to the question about ISIS and U.S. government involvement. That, right there, is something far too many people forget about anything involving large groups comprised of many smaller groups acting in concert- and keeping it in mind, which does reduce down to key individuals in a reliable manner, is what makes otherwise nonsensical claims of conspiracy sensible. Competing interests nominally within a single organization using proxies to harm enemies or help themselves--office politics writ large and far more lethal--is where you should go concerning such things as FedGov seeming to help and harm ISIS. The GLADIO question is also worth catching.
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Last week I reported on the recently declassified cables that show how Ayatollah Khomeini had a secret channel with the US through which he negotiated his return to Iran during the 1979 revolution. Today Sibel Edmonds of Newsbud.com joins us to discuss these newly-released documents, their significance and historical context, and her own experiences living through the revolution.
Sunday, June 12, 2016
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Dr. Judith Curry is a climatologist and former chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology who went from the "high priestess of global warming" to a "climate heretic" after realizing she had been duped by the IPCC. Today she joins us to talk about her recent breakdown of Michael Polanyi's 1962 article "The Republic of Science." Topics discussed include the science/policy nexus, the breakdown of the old norms of scientific research, and how the internet is helping to revolutionize science.
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You’ve probably heard all about Upton Sinclair’s 1906 expose of the turn-of-the-century American meatpacking industry and the Chicago stockyards…but everything you’ve heard about it is wrong. The book wasn’t an expose of the meatpackers, the legislation it inspired served to help the industry it sought to punish, and Sinclair himself hated the end result of his book, which aimed for the heart and hit the stomach by accident. Join us for this month’s edition of the Film, Literature and the New World Order as we learn not to trust what’s on the label of mainline history.
Sunday, June 5, 2016
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Bloomberg is trumpeting "The Untold Story Behind Saudi Arabia’s 41-Year U.S. Debt Secret," but anyone who is scratching their heads at this non-revelation might well wonder 'Why Bloomberg?' and 'Why now?' Join James in today's Thought For The Day as he examines the latest volleys in the ongoing covert war between the Saudis and the US and the bigger picture of the battle for the global monetary system.
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On this episode Film, Literature and the New World Order we talk to Jay Dyer of JaysAnalysis.com about his review of the 2006 Christopher Nolan film, The Prestige. Topics discussed include twilight language and the revelation of the method, what Nikola Tesla signifies in the story, the art of misdirection, the similarities between stagecraft and statecraft, and much more.
This is from Corbett's archives, uploaded to his "Corbett Report Extras" channel on YouTube. He's one of the indie media folks who's been keen on the fact that culture shapes and molds politics for some time, as this video series demonstrates, so if you at all care about your culture and how the media can and do fuck with it then watch this entire series. (Also, find Tom Secker's "Clandestine" series.)