James Corbett joins Michael Welch of the Global Research News Hour to discuss the developments we saw in 2021 and to talk about what to expect in 2022.
This week on the New World Next Week: The unrest in Kazakhstan is at an end...or is it?; the EU simulates a cyberattack on the supply chain; and Uncle Sam sets a $600 reporting threshold for payment apps.
James Corbett joins Ricky Varandas of The Ripple Effect podcast to discuss the perceptual shift that is necessary to change the conversation from "what are THEY doing to us?" to "what can we do for ourselves?"
This week on the New World Next Year: It's that time of year when James and James suit up for the year end. This year, as usual, they each pick a story of the year, predict a trend for next year, and take a moment to reflect on the meaning of it all. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, everybody!
via FreedomsPhoenix.com: James appears for his regular weekly appearance on Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock. This week James and Ernie launch the new Freedom's Phoenix newspaper and talk about the significance of the printed word.
This week on the New World Next Week: It's a tale of two summits as the US/Russia tensions escalate; synthetic biology is the latest poster child of the WEF boffins; and the UK mandates microchipping of cats.
[iframe src="https://www.bitchute.com/embed/i8zVzIe8gxX1/" width="90%" height="320"] Dan writes in to ask whether there is a deeper agenda behind the recent push towards gender fluidity. James takes the answer in a surprising direction. Don't miss this important edition of Questions For Corbett.
Do you know the story of the most powerful weapon in the world? It's used against you every day. You use it yourself, even if you don't do so consciously. And it can change the entire world.
James joins Richard Grove and Tony Myers of the Grand Theft World podcast to dissect a heated discussion between Tim Pool and Luke Rudkowski about the importance (or unimportance) of conspiracy research. The conversation soon zeroes in on the nature of mediated reality and the problem of technologically determined narratives.
This week on the New World Next Week: Rejoice! The apocalypse is here; it's easier than ever to engage in community gardening; and homeschooling takes off as people wake up to the scam.