WATCH: Meet James Corbett – Political Extremist!!!

James Corbett uses recent coverage of his documentary Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve, to highlight one of the dangers of relying on YouTube (and other internet giants) – covert censorship.

Imagine you’re a high school student doing a homework assignment on the Federal Reserve. You go to YouTube and type in “Federal Reserve” in the search bar and find “Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve.” The horror! Luckily, you don’t have to worry about that, because now that MSNBC and Mother Jones have ganged up, it’s being scrubbed from the search results! Welcome to the world of soft censorship, folks!

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nomad
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well, the science is settled, so we are told
https://youtu.be/k8ko-lV5yYo

axisofoil
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Denial takes many forms. It is a double-edged sword. The word denier is regularly used here to attack another’s point of view. It slams the door on them. It denies another’s view from its perceived to be unassailable platform of righteousness. In these cases, its use is clearly that of a denier. Denial can become the literal definition of ignore…ance. There are several subjects mentioned on this site as being absurd conspiracy theories. It has been said that their mention will be dismissed and ignored with disgust, as they are ignorant. Voluminous ‘proof’ has not diminished but rather increased polarization… Read more »

frank
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axisofoil
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Frank,
You might want to debunk this. It addresses every link you posted with evidence rather than self righteous denialism. I do not know, I will. My mind is open. You have gotten me thinking.

nomad
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Didnt realize the chemtrail discussion went on.. some things to consider. the flight patterns that form a lattice work of trails one day and none the next. where are all these planes going? how does the rare atmospheric conditions that cause contrails to linger happen so often? why do trails stop and start as if a spray is being turned on and off? why does one plane at the same altitude leave a trail but another plane at the same altitude at the same time leave none at all? why does one plane leave a trail of a different color… Read more »

axisofoil
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Frank, Cutting and pasting from the first page of google? Do you know about algorithms? If you do know, then you realize what the first page is for. How it is used. This is the same ploy used by Mobil Oil in the Gulf oil spill. This was also all discussed on this site a couple weeks ago. Your providing me this is enlightening. One site says, there are millions of hits on a ‘Conspiracy theory video about chemtrails’………then why is it not at the top of the Google page? Algorithms and google policy maybe. Their site had 10,000 views,… Read more »

frank
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frank

“This first video addresses contrails only. It is also MSM. I didn’t hear the word Chemtrails once. This now informs me about the changes in contrails.”

That’s because chemtrails do not exist.

If you want to worry about something, worry about something that’s real, like this: takebackyourpower.net for example.

axisofoil
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That is just a non-reply. BTW… I am not worried about anything. I simply state what I see. I have made no final judgement on this at all. You, on the other hand have. Is it safe therefore to say that I am open minded, and you are closed minded? Hard to deny that isn’t it? I merely see the obvious. Things don’t go away because you deny them. I will watch your new video tonight. It looks good. It is also an issue in which I have been involved. My town blocked the streets and wouldn’t let PG&E pass.… Read more »

DavidEire
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DavidEire

I cannot listen to Corbett. His whole perspective is based on a radical anarchism according to which government is evil per se therefore anything said or done by any government or any ancillary body or person associated with a government is wrong and evil and probably a plot to deprive everyone of liberty and their money and then kill them. As far as I am concerned anarchism is a non-solution to the challenge of human governance (by governance I mean how human beings manage their societies). It’s an adolescent reaction. James is too intelligent and educated to be a sovereign… Read more »

axisofoil
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Hi there first time poster. I’m somewhat new also. Prepare yourself. This is an extremely friendly place. I see it as 99% education and 1% letting off some steam. Corbett is not my favorite sounding voice or favorite looking face, but I think his message is clear, intelligent and essential. Also, I personally believe that most of our governments are extremely evil beyond any degree you can imagine. In fact, when I think about governments, I smell burning flesh. I feel this so strongly that I would imagine if the founding fathers, should return, they would ask me first to… Read more »

BigB
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BigB

@Antonym I did reference the mitigation for policy makers section. And I referenced Kevin Anderson’s response. https://www.resilience.org/stories/2018-10-09/response-to-the-ipcc-1-5c-special-report/ Given the mythical ‘pause’: can you be so sure it does not underestimate the rate of warming? No, no one can. It’s just another strawman and SCAM. You must be aware that the IPCC has been criticised for either adding too much, or too little, overestimating or underestimating the effects of AGW since its first report? Very few credible scientists are arguing against AGW. What part of carbon redistribution is so hard to understand? Will Antonym respond to the broader issues of mitigation… Read more »

Mulga Mumblebrain
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Mulga Mumblebrain

The IPCC Reports have consistently understated the extent and rapidity of anthropogenic climate destabilisation, because of the need to achieve ‘consensus’ with rogue genocidal regimes like Sordid Barbaria and Austfailia. We have decades of rapid climate destabilisation baked in because of the delayed and continuing effects of greenhouse emissions over the last few decades, and the impacts of positive feedbacks like dying tropical forests and warming soils becoming carbon sources, not sinks. And we have millennia of destabilisation guaranteed by the vast quantities of heat sequestered in the oceans. We are, ALREADY, dead and gone.

BigB
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BigB

That was a response to Admin and Antonym from way down the page. I don’t know why they keep going to the top?

Litter Picker
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Litter Picker

Corbett click-bait videos reveal that he has no political education whatsoever. There is no ‘news’ or ‘reporting’. There are tired memes about building seven on 9/11 and nonsense about climate change. Sometimes he might stumble across a fact that is not widely known and put such a true fact in one of his click-bait-videos but that does not mean that he has anything meaningful to say. His mindset is far from enlightened, he is stuck barking from the sidelines, stuck like a stuck record. People have heard it all before and there are some who actually like this, they want… Read more »

axisofoil
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Do you know the definition of troll? Wow….that’s you.
I’m sure you already knew that. how could you not?

Litter Picker
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Litter Picker

Dear boy, Your written English isn’t up to scratch. Most schools have teachers that put red marks next to punctuation, spelling and other mistakes. They teach us that sentences start with capital letters and correct ellipsis to have just the three dots. Why do these teachers make the effort to do so? Because language is a gift and it is important to get it right. If you can’t then people think you are stupid. If you do not have time to use the language your teachers gave you then you showing a lack of respect for your audience. There are… Read more »

axisofoil
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Wow , I loved reading that. I am not even sure that i totally agree with you, but It doesn’t matter I still love what you wrote. I am going to pay special attention to my own writing now. Thank you.

Litter Picker
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Litter Picker

Thank you too! And apologies for my condescending tone! I learned the hard way about writing properly, I had a colleague who didn’t write that well and I did a little bit of reading about why it is that we use language the way we do. Essentially it is all about respecting others and courtesy, putting the time of others before one’s own time, treating others as we wish to be treated. The internet does give everyone an opportunity to up one’s game and to learn from how our words are received. Nobody is perfect and we all make mistakes.… Read more »

axisofoil
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While were at it, speaking of freedom of speech….it may well be time to address chemtrails. I certainly have an observation and corresponding opinion.. Anyone else?

nomad
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Absolutely. It’s amazing how whatever powers may be can corral peoples thoughts and prevent them from investigating anything outside of the invisible fence that encloses them. The invisible fence of mind control, called conspiracy theory.

axisofoil
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Derogatory use of various forms of the word ‘denial’ on this post as of 11/6
So far……………

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Arrby
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I just now searched (Pale Moon, Carrytel8) for James’s video. It came up. But I absolutely know what James is talking about. I seem to have all but disappeared on YouTube. Google is not your friend (if you’re human). I’m reading Yasha Levine’s “Surveillance State” right now. Where do these Silicon Valley orgs come from? Answer: darkness

Rhys Jaggar
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I have been called out as both a far-right Tory and an extreme left winger on various MSM blogs and no I am not a stark raving bonkers schizophrenic. I am merely somehow who tries to ask where entrepreneurial innovation has its place and where societal interests trump narrow selfish behaviour. It is possible to not believe in equality of outcomes, rather equality of intrinsic human value (i.e. an ecosystem not a monoculture). It is possible to deride global warming whilst being called a traitor for holding extreme skeptics to account also. It happens if you challenge the difference between… Read more »

WJ
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WJ

In what possible sense can the BBC be described as “leftie” or leftist?!?!

Jim Scott
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Jim Scott

There is some truth in saying there are faults on the left and the right and that no one side has all the right solutions and like you I read both left and right publications but mostly my right wing reading is to see what they are up to in order to counter their rhetoric. What is obvious though is that what is called the left in the USA is not what I would call left. The Democrats are about as left as my right testicle. So too the Guardian these days. Unlike you I hear right wing propaganda much… Read more »

Mulga Mumblebrain
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Mulga Mumblebrain

The BBC lies about EVERYTHING, and arrogantly, too.

John2o2o
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John2o2o

Well, Rhys you are entitled to your opinion. You make some good points.

I don’t agree with you about RT – I love RT – and I’ve never read Breitbart. (I’m suspicious of Bannon.) Some of what Corbett says I like, but not all of it. Much the same with all media persons and outlets.

axisofoil
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I like your point of view. You must listen to Bannon, He is a relevant part of the current dialog. I believe it beneficial to look at all media.All ideas and perspectives. It is fascinating. You will define yourself as a result.You can discover who you are in a world of the gullible, narrow minded and uninformed. This alone makes life worth living. I get excellent physics lessons from flat earth sites, great geology lessons from fundamentalist Christian sites. These people are dedicated researchers. You just need to be discriminating in what you believe. This is a way to refine… Read more »

John2o2o
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John2o2o

lol, for anyone who read that, I was not including the MSM, which I avoid as far as possible! (IS RT, MSM? Well, whatever – I don’t think it is anyway.)

tutisicecream
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“If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you and you’ll never learn.” ― Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 Remember when facts were sacred and then they came for you? The soft censorship James Corbett talks about is well under way. However as he points out in his video the final solution 19:24 in where the author of the report – Alternative Influence, Rebecca Lewis – states quite clearly as a response to the question from Mother Jones “what can be done about all this?” … “If they [the extremists (not the White Helmeted ones I hazard a guess)] were… Read more »

axisofoil
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The Magnitsky Act Behind The Scenes…..available free here.

https://www.winterwatch.net/2018/07/the-magnitsky-act-behind-the-scenes-video-in-english/

Gwyn
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Gwyn

Thanks very much for that link, axisofoil. Very useful.

Chris
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Chris

Anyone who might think this is just another good example of James exposing the lies of the MSM and so something they already know and understand should not be tempted to miss what he has to say from about 19:00 onwards where he addresses the truly frightening Orwellian depths of the Mother Jones article.

frank
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frank

Yes, that Mother Jones article was really way out there. Hard to believe some people can’t see through the glaring propaganda, but I guess so.

They say that TPTB play both sides. Seeing this altercation between Mother Jones and Corbettreport makes me wonder if they’re not playing some kind of propaganda tennis match: Mother Jones lobs one in Corbetts direction, Corbett lobs one back. Nicely done. Everybody happy.

axisofoil
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jag37777
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Anyone as intelligent as Corbett peddling the hysterical private Fed stuff has to be viewed with utmost skepticism

rilme
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rilme

Hey jag, it sounds like you have a persuasive argument up your sleeve. Let’s see it.

jag37777
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Yeah, I thought not.

John G
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John G

The Fed is a government agency subservient to Congress and the Treasury. Congress has the power of money creation (spending) and destruction (taxation).

The very notion that the Fed creates dollars to lend to the government to make a profit (in dollars) is absurd on its face.

Feel free to run me through the logic on that one.

axisofoil
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axisofoil
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axisofoil
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Quotes On the Federal Reserve Bank The Rothschilds “The few who understand the system, will either be so interested from it’s profits or so dependant on it’s favors, that there will be no opposition from that class.” — Rothschild Brothers of London, 1863 “Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes it’s laws” — Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild Senators and Congressmen “Most Americans have no real understanding of the operation of the international money lenders. The accounts of the Federal Reserve System have never been audited. It operates outside the control of Congress and manipulates… Read more »

Antonym
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Antonym

*In May 1971, West Germany left the Bretton Woods system, unwilling to revalue the Deutsche Mark.[8] In the following three months, this move strengthened its economy. Simultaneously, the dollar dropped 7.5% against the Deutsche Mark.[8] Other nations began to demand redemption of their dollars for gold. Switzerland redeemed $50 million in July.[8] France acquired $191 million in gold.[8] On August 5, 1971, the United States Congress released a report recommending devaluation of the dollar, in an effort to protect the dollar against “foreign price-gougers”.[8] *On August 9, 1971, as the dollar dropped in value against European currencies, Switzerland left the… Read more »

axisofoil
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algorithms?

axisofoil
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Corbett in a nutshell…..my opinion

frank
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frank

That’s a good video, but why would that be Corbett in a nutshell? Or did you mean to say 9/11 in a nutshell?

So he does not buy the 9/11 official story: good.
He also does not buy global warming… good?

axisofoil
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‘Nut shell’ was what I see as Corbett’s trademark ability to pack a lot of information into a coherent fast moving package – with humor.
On the global warming issue, I think it is the poster child of how deep deceptions in our cultures has rendered a potential crisis virtually unintelligible. There are many babies in this tsunami of bathwater.

frank
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frank

“Ability to pack a lot of information into a coherent fast moving package” is not what I saw in that video posted in the article above. What I saw was a lot of interminably and boring complaining.

And how is the global warming issue unintelligible? Isn’t there a scientific consensus that global warming is real. Aren’t the ice caps melting?

Mulga Mumblebrain
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Mulga Mumblebrain

Frank-you know how the denialists operate. They do not see whatever they do not want to see. Ice-caps? What dat?

axisofoil
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Look who’s talking.

axisofoil
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First you said it was good……then you say it was a lot of interminably and boring complaining. This is not about Global Warming. It is about censorship. There are a hundred issues in life that are contestable. Let them remain so. Truth is not a value which gets much traction in this world.This is our core problem, not it’s effect. If we all burn up it is because we didn’t re first access our collective and individual values, without which all is rendered ‘UNINTELIGABLE’. No matter how intelligent and well informed we think we are, we’re not. look……….there goes another… Read more »

frank
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frank

“First you said it was good……then you say it was a lot of interminably and boring complaining.” I was referring to the video in the off-guardian article above that we are commenting to, which you can see if you read my comment more carefully. The “good” video was the one about 9/11, a comment directly under that video. “This is not about Global Warming. It is about censorship.” I brought up the fact that Corbett does not believe in global warming, you responded to that, to which I responded in turn. That’s how discussions on forums work. Seems like you’re… Read more »

axisofoil
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You have jumped entirely out of the framework of a dialog which you started in response to a video I posted. To your comment………“That’s a good video, but why would that be Corbett in a nutshell? “ I then responded to my ‘nutshell’ reference by qualifying it. Are you still with me? Do your question and my response not both specifically identify the object of discussion? The 9/11 truth in 5 min. James Corbett. This is the video about 9/11. Is it not? You then made your ‘complaining’ comment………………still in reference to the video of which we were then in… Read more »

frank
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frank

You posted a 9/11 video under an article about the Federal Reserve Bank and internet censorship. I responded to that posting.

I have no idea what all the ranting and raving is about. You expect nobody ever to disagree with you on an internet forum?

Although I suspect that you are not acting in good faith I do apologize for calling a portion of your comment “unintelligible”, that was bad manners on my part.

Other than that the comments are up there for all to see, I don’t think it’s necessary for me to continue this dialogue any further.

Jo Mo
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Jo Mo

Note by admin – we don’t know who this person is, and we certainly haven’t banned them Amazing that you Assange fanboy cretins complain about censorship of Corbett and the smelly boy himself yet effectively ban me for being a non Assange fanboy. Even hysterical dimwit Caitlin Johnson didn’t ban me. ‘Paranoid, vain and jealous’ – the secret life of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange An excoriating profile by Julian Assange’s ghostwriter, Andrew O’Hagan, has lifted the lid on the strange world of the founder of WikiLeaks He is vain, secretive, paranoid and jealous, prone to leering at young women and… Read more »

SavemesaveME
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SavemesaveME

JOmo sonds a lot like a bell end kitty / puke hardon clone

George Venemore
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George Venemore

A great hatchet job on Assange’s personality, the equal of any Hollywood muckraker. Now talk to me about WikiLeaks.

Thomas Peterson
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Thomas Peterson

could you not spam the comments section with copy and pastes of work not your own, thanks.

harry stotle
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harry stotle

Are you reproducing long, and tedious tracts of O’Hagen because you have no ideas of your own?

The central issue here pertains to asymmetrical power allied to the manipulation of information in order to keep the public in the dark not a cod personality analysis that reads like a half-arsed psychiatric report.

Robbobbobin
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Robbobbobin

“Amazing that you Assange fanboy cretins…”

So the guy’s a total asshole. In that case, my question is: why have you got your head so firmly lodged up him? Did you mistake him for your own?

reenmac
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reenmac

None of that matters a damn, even if it was true. We are not depending on Assange’s moral authority here, there’s no doubt that the leaked cables he publishes in Wikileaks the book for eg are absolutely real
Can’t understand why someone would go to so much trouble to trash Assange’s character when its totally beside the point .And given that Assange can not counter these smears as he’s been denied freedom of speech, casts the smearer in a particularly bad light, not someone to take seriously
Shame on you

Kavy
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Kavy

“He is vain, secretive, paranoid and jealous, prone to leering at young women and making frequent sexist jokes – and that’s not the view of one of his many enemies, but of a friend who regards him sympathetically.

Well, apart from the ‘secretive ‘ and ‘jealous’, which is just one person’s opinion, it all sounds quite normal to me.

axisofoil
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Character assassination is a premise for discerning facts? Maybe all those people didn’t really get shot in Iraq. It could have been an attention seeking ploy. We will have to rely more on the news which is approved by the blue pedophiles and the red necrophiliacs.

axisofoil
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I wish that this post would bring with it the storm of controversy brought by “Unprecedented Crime,” as the very platform upon which that debate stands is being removed. Right in front of our eyes. There is little more traumatic and debilitating than the solitary confinement of the human mind. Why would we so casually allow it? Let’s at least fight while we still have some tools to fight with. Rather than later, with our blood. “Freedom of speech is a principal pillar of a free government: When this support is taken away, the constitution of a free society is… Read more »

Mulga Mumblebrain
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Mulga Mumblebrain

‘Freedom of Speech’ is a value only when it is shared equally. In a capitalist pathocracy, where that ‘freedom’ is distributed highly unequally, benefiting Evil swine like Murdoch and his ilk, and the common man, in contrast, has virtually no power, it becomes simply a ‘freedom’ for the very worst in society, and that society commences to rot, intellectually, morally and spiritually.

axisofoil
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‘Freedom of Speech’ is a value only when it is shared equally”. This statement would be valid in a commune or a prison yard. This reminds me of 2nd grade school yard antics “It’s not fair, whaaa”. If you haven’t learned by now….fair is a concept for children. Do you know why freedom of speech exists? Here, in my country, freedom of speech was established with full knowledge of it’s eventual and inevitable necessity. It was a known fact that freedom is always taken for granted and safeguards must be put in place for the future when first establishing order… Read more »

Kavy
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Kavy

James Corbett does some good stuff and bad stuff, but on the whole I don’t watch him. This is better.

Ray McGovern – Russia-gate: Can You Handle the Truth?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ngIKjpucQh8

axisofoil
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Rays position I appreciate and always have. In reference to ‘Russia-gate’, what to me is more relevant in so far as ”handling the truth’ is, as an example ‘The Magnitsky act, behind the scenes’ has been banned.This is a volatile, potentially viral film which has been ‘handled’. Ray is given a pass. Anything genuinely damaging to the status quo, is not. Orwell knew.

frank
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frank

The Magnitsky Act – Behind the Scenes is a Norwegian, internationally supported investigative documentary feature. Its scheduled premiere at the European Parliament in Brussels on April 27 2016 was cancelled at the last moment due to the legal threats from the protagonists at the centre of the investigation. A few days later ARTE (a French-German TV network that co-financed the film) annulled the May 3 broadcast at a short notice. The legal and political pressure on the film and its makers has continued ever since. In September 2018 the film was taken down by Vimeo for alleged defamation. http://www.magnitskyact.com/ You… Read more »

frank
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frank

I’ve always felt something’s off with that Corbettreport channel, though it’s hard putting a finger on what exactly it is. Controlled opposition? Some kind of Illuminati agenda? Corbettreport not monetizing their videos is just a front to give themselves more legitimacy in the eyes of their public. Corbettreport does make money from their output on YouTube, they just use Patreon. So then why all this hullabaloo about not monetizing their videos? That being said I don’t believe they need even that. Controlled opposition outlets get their funding from behind the scenes. Corbett also likes to stress how much he’s being… Read more »

nomad
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a scientific hypothesis, in this case climate change, can not be taken seriously if you dont take into account all relevant factors. if the scientists want me to take them seriously theyve got to do better science. they are not doing anyone any favors by ignoring chemtrails and the US military both of which seem to be enormous contributory factors in global warming.
until they take chemtrails into consideration, theyre hypocrites. until they confront the US military, theyre enablers of global warming. deliver me from such scientists.

edited by Admin for typo

frank
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frank

Anybody who peddles this chemtrail nonsense goes into the “ignore” category as far as I’m concerned. Which is why I find it disturbing that Corbett is pushing this stuff too.

Not a single shred of evidence. It does not even make sense from a logical point of view. And I’m not going to debate this with you, just like I’m not going to debate the flat earth or the mandela effect or other similar nonsense. Waste of time. There’s a new one I noticed recently: dinosaurs are fake! (It’s ever so slightly more plausible than the other stuff, but still.)

nomad
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‘And I’m not going to debate this with you, ‘
i appreciate that, considering the level of argumentation you signal. who said anything about flat earth? or fake dinosaurs? thats diversion and disruption of serious discussion. nomad dont need that crap.

nomad
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not so. he just talks about aspects of the climate debate outside the official narrative. thats probably what you find disturbing. chemtrails is a real phenomenon. the reason you dont recognize it as such is due to your programming. you know, to dismiss those dam conspiracy theorists. as george bush commanded.
https://youtu.be/1-Hj-Y6o6ec

Mulga Mumblebrain
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Mulga Mumblebrain

The ‘aspects’ of climate science outside the ‘official narrative’ are almost always lies, distortions and misrepresentations peddled by the fossil fuel industry and the paranoid, omnicidal, Right.

nomad
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sounds like youve been indoctrinated

Mulga Mumblebrain
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Mulga Mumblebrain

Do stop talking to yourself-it’s unhealthy.

nomad
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yeah, youd like that wouldnt you? alas i dont believe in censorship. not even self censorship.

Mulga Mumblebrain
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Mulga Mumblebrain

But you clearly are a devotee of stupidity and ignorance.

nomad
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now now. flattery will get you nowhere. lol.

Jo Mo
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Jo Mo

Yes, Corbett is intelligent.