In this episode, Whitney and James Corbett discuss the Twitter Files phenomenon and how the hype around it is being utilized for more than meets the eye. The post Interview 1776 - Behind the Twitter Files Hype on Unlimited Hangout first appeared on The Corbett Report.
[iframe src="https://www.bitchute.com/embed/Tv4beCNSOj0I/" width="90%" height="320" allow="fullscreen"] via The Ripple Effect podcast: James joins Ricky Varandas on The Ripple Effect podcast for a wide-ranging discussion about scientism, censorship, and the future of media.
Censorship and punishment over calling out Israeli apartheid is common practice in corporate media.
Social media companies have silenced Palestinian voices in ways they haven't for others
German state broadcaster makes supporting Israel compulsory for all employees.
Last year, Ryan Cristian of The Last American Vagabond appeared on #SolutionsWatch to introduce you to the concept of YouTube Pirate Streams. This year, Ryan is back to talk about how the concept has developed and expanded . . .
This week on the New World Next Week it's Conspiratainment Bingo as WEF (doesn't) promote AI for censorship; the White House tells social media platforms to censor journalists; and the Moonies conspiracy in Japan is revealed.
Witch hunt has targeted Arab journalists with false anti-Semitism smears.
While digging into the production of The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent I contacted the Croatian Ministry of Culture for... The post No Porn, No Sitcoms and No Soap Operas: The Croatian Ministry of Culture’s Rules first appeared on Spy Culture.
Black operations make the world go round, and have become the subject of major movies and TV, from Jack Ryan... The post ClandesTime 229 – Black Operations and the Entertainment Liaison Offices first appeared on Spy Culture.
Activist whose family was massacred by Israel among those detained in Berlin.
Something I recently stumbled on while researching the 2011 terrorism sci-fi thriller Source Code is a batch of contracts between... The post In Hollywood the Metro Trains Have to Run on Time – Even if You’re Blowing Them Up first appeared on Spy Culture.
Professors Rabab Abdulhadi and Tomomi Kinukawa say San Francisco State University only pays lip service to academic freedom.
Political censorship has become routine feature of social media platforms.
In one of our more raucous and totally unscripted appearances, Matt and I were recently on Historic.ly, a podcast devoted...
First the CIA tried to block the public from being exposed to its dirty deeds—but now the strategy has shifted...
Farah Maraqa is among several Arab journalists purged by the German state broadcaster.
[iframe src="https://www.bitchute.com/embed/S8b7dkn3wZuG/" width="90%" height="320" allow="fullscreen"] As the battle lines are drawn in the new cold war, a digital iron curtain is descending across the internet. Governments are increasingly cracking down on the net and attempting to limit what websites you can access. Today James walks you through some basic steps you can take to draw back the curtain and peek at the information that the censors don't want you to see.
Perhaps unavoidably, in this month’s subscriber-only podcast we discuss the war in Ukraine – what led up to this point,...
[iframe src="https://www.bitchute.com/embed/h7L3RTUgf9WZ/" width="90%" height="320" allow="fullscreen"] Welcome to The . . . The . . . Corbert Report? Hosted by, uhhhh . . . James? CorBETT? I'm filling in for today. I'd send you to his website but I forget what that is. Oh, I know! Let's look it up on YouTube! What's the worst that could go wrong? Censorship?
ove comes as President Macron was set to address major Israel lobby group.
Deutsche Welle's purge of Arab journalists aims to shield the Berlin-backed Israeli apartheid regime from criticism.
Meanwhile, Palestine solidarity supporters face lawsuit in Austria.
From our ‘cancelled after one season’ file come The Code, a CBS legal procedural set in the JAG corps of...
Professor Rabab Abdulhadi says ruling is vindication after years of bullying and harassment by anti-Palestinian groups.
The online targeting of Palestinian-American pediatrician intended to chill speech for Palestinian rights.
Magazine gives unconvincing excuse for removing opinion piece.
Activists fear result could be more censorship of Palestine rights advocates.
Israeli efforts to control criticism intensified during assault on Gaza.
Do Silicon Valley corporations have authority to decide what can and cannot be taught in classrooms?
Pro-Israel groups are pushing Facebook to adopt IHRA definition of anti-Semitism.
Editors reportedly found criticism of Israel “too radical.”
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2021-02-04_James_Evan_Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: the NY Times wants Biden to appoint a reality czar; Elon Musk is creating brain-chipped monkey gamers; and Californians fight back against COVID mandates in schools.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/solutionswatch-cffs.mp3"][/audio]Patrick Wood joins us to discuss a new non-profit organization he has founded to help combat the threat to free speech: Citizens for Free Speech.
Taking stock of where we are and what lies ahead.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2020-11-12_James_Corbett.mp3"][/audio]James joins Ernest Hancock for his regular weekly appearance on Declare Your Independence. This time they discuss the end of YouTube and the beginning of the next stage of the internet.