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Truth? WTF Is That?

Reading Time: 4 minutesAt a time when the American public seems to be more ignorant than ever, the tools of deception have become more sophisticated.We live in an age of scams that trick the senses. Photos can be altered, films and videos can be manipulated to an exquisite degree of realism.

Interview 1380 – Money Magic and the Scramble for Africa

[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2018-08-23%20Financial%20Survival.mp3"][/audio]James joins Melody Cedarstrom for his regular appearance on Financial Survival. This week they discuss the monetary system upon which the political puppet show is based and the scramble for African resources that is shaping up between the US and China.

BREAKING: Failed U.S Raid Cover Up Exposed By Survivor Who Lost 11 Family Members

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on a failed U.S raid that was covered up but exposed by this interview, from a person who lost 11 of his family members during it. This is an important story about Africa and the world as it sheds truth that the media won&;t admit to.

You Won’t Believe What We Saw In Zimbabwe

In this video, Luke gives you the latest breaking news in Harare, Zimbabwe, with Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante. We cover the white farmers, bitcoin cryptocurrency community, the soft coup against Mugabe, the real social economic situation on the ground, hyperinflation, the run on the banks and so much more.

How To Bribe A Police Officer In Nairobi, Kenya

In this video, Luke gives you the latest news about expat life and how to bribe a police officer in Nairobi, Kenya. We go over the social economic conditions in the African country, tech startups, bitcoin, M-Pesa and laws in the country. To get a full report, we talked to Blake Simpson, an expat from the United States about his life in Kenya.

Interview 1346 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2018-02-22%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: Florida sheriff calls for power to detain over social media posts; Congo slides back into bloodshed as new mining royalty law comes in; and Lockheed is in the money with another $35 billion from American taxpayers last year.

Interview 1302 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2017-09-28%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: China treads the OBOR to Djibouti in AFRICOM; Obama hopes for some change from his Wall Street sugar daddies; and US preps the public to give up their social media creds at the border.

When Golf Clubs Kill — Federal Rule Ineffective in Curbing Conflict Minerals

The next time you purchase a phone or a Playstation, consider this: You may unwittingly be helping fund a civil war in Africa. If that bothers you and you wonder why this can occur, here’s the answer: Federal rules exist to prevent this — but they aren’t working.Gold, tin, tungsten and tantalum — known as “conflict minerals” — can be found in cars, consumer electronics, clothes, golf clubs, wedding rings, and thousands of other articles Americans use every day.

#Terrornoia Update: Apr. 24, 2014

Update &; The proxy war in Syria rolls on with renewed rat-lines to terrorist cells courtesy of the U.S, U.K., &; Saudi Arabia (despite Bandar's departure); Drone-terror strikes in Yemen by U.S.

Mayan Jaguar: US-Sponsored Drug-Plane Operation Had Global Reach

Aircraft Linked to “Mayan Jaguar” Flew Tons of Cocaine into Africa — Gateway to the European Market US government intelligence agencies, in particular, the CIA, often have been accused of complicity in the drug trade, but public officials and the mainstream media just as quickly dismiss the allegations as whacky conspiracy theories — often with just cause.

Cannes Film Festival makes exception to show Libya propaganda documentary

This year's Cannes Film Festival at the last moment added a documentary essay on the 2011 war against Libya to its official selection: "The Oath of Tobruk" by French reporter and philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy. Lévy, who is seen as the gothfather of the "humanitarian war" and one of the main orchestrators of the illegal NATO bombing of Libya which has resulted in numerous casualties and deaths among the country's population, plays the role of democracy bringing superhero in the documentary.