We are truly in a very unique situation right now. It feels like the world is on fire.
I think we’re pretty much seeing the end of Hillary Clinton’s political career and the end of the old guard, don’t you?
I don’t know about you, but it definitely feels like something is up, especially considering the vast amount of astonishing civil unrest popping up all over the world.
Today’s video comes to you from Curaçao, a Dutch Caribbean island just north of Venezuela, where we talk about the mass awakening that is currently underway.
Did you know that Kentucky is in Syria? Or that Tripoli is in India? Or that Caracas is in Singapore? No? Then you must not be paying enough attention in MSM Geography 101, class. Better hit the books!
It was 10 years ago today that the very first episode of New World Next Week was posted to the web. Joining James Corbett in Japan to celebrate the event is New World Next Week co-host James Evan Pilato of MediaMonarchy.com.
Did you hear the breaking news from Donald Trump today? In this video we talk about a lot of the important things happening in the US, Turkey, and Syria right now, that the mainstream media is NOT talking about.
Donald Trump just made a stunning announcement. US troops will be leaving northern Syria.
Right now, the CIA and the US president are at each other’s throats. Isn’t that fascinating?
Propaganda, disinformation, and weaponized information is all around us. It’s important to question its role in and effect on society, which has honestly been absolutely devastating.
Polls show that 100% of people love #PropagandaWatch and the vast majority of the viewing public thinks this is an excellent episode of the series. A recent survey found that everyone you know subscribes to The Corbett Report (and so should you!). What, you're not one of those non-Corbett Report loving weirdos, are you?!
You don’t like the control-grid divide-and-conquer news matrix? Well then this is the video for you.
Why does no one seem to understand the bigger picture of search algorithm manipulation. This isn't about being able to work around search blacklists to find certain information, it's about how we are being steered toward a future where we will not have control over search results at all. We will ask our computer oracles a question and we will get one pre-approved answer. This is the nightmare future we are stumbling into, and (almost) no one seems to get it.