Trump or Clinton? – Questions For Corbett

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Have you ever wondered how big the black budget really is? Or how to win the clash of civilizations? Or whether James prefers Trump or Clinton? Then this is the podcast for you! Join James for another edition of Questions For Corbett as he fields a range of questions covering everything from soil erosion to Brexit and everything in between.

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30 Comments

  • Jonatan S-F
    Reply

    Hello James!

    Can you comment on the research of the collapse of the two towers on 9/11
    by Dr Judy Wood? Thank you in advance

  • Kimani White
    Reply

    The insistence of many voluntarists/anarchists that governments aren’t real
    is ontologically unsound and just undermines the entire push to dissolve
    the state. How can one logically argue for the abolition of government
    while simultaneously insisting that it does not exist?

    Governments, like all protection rackets, are very real. The only thing
    illusory about them is their moral legitimacy.

  • David Lionofjudah
    Reply

    I wear stupid corporate tee shirts too, but it’s good to be aware the
    Valvoline “v” is a Knights Templar symbol used in many corporate, military
    and royal logos.

    I could be accused of using the “lion” symbol in my moniker, which is
    equally abused, though I think the real lion is the people when we awaken
    from believing we are sheep.

  • justice4germans.com
    Reply

    this one on the fed seems fairly easy to follow “The Biggest Scam In The
    History Of Mankind – Who Owns The Federal Reserve? Hidden Secrets of Money
    4″

  • Knight Errant
    Reply

    JUST LIKE CORBETT—A CIA “PLANT.” WE SOLVE INDIVIDUALIST “CENTRAL
    PLANNING” WITH “INDIVIDUALIST” ANARCHO-VOLUNTERIST BULLSHIT FROM WITHIN AN
    EX-PATRIOT HIVE IN JAPAN. WHAT A COMPLETE AND TOTAL JACKASS.

  • emdoub
    Reply

    In re: good introductions to Economics, I highly recommend the two books
    that sparked my own interest in the topic. P. J. O’Rourke’s *Eat The Rich*
    is an easy, entertaining read that introduces several basic principles
    painlessly. As a 101-level textbook, Thomas Sowell’s *Basic Economics* is
    remarkably easy to understand.

  • alfabravo80
    Reply

    There is no ‘clash of civilizations’, it’s merely a false dialectic between
    Western atomized individualism and the nation state and that battle is
    taking place everywhere.

  • OannesProject
    Reply

    RE: Recommended reading on economics, banking etc. What about the book
    “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” by David Graeber ?

  • Ano Nym
    Reply

    Hi James! What do you think about occultism/esotericism, Mark Passio and –
    more importantly – the assertion that politics, in their core, are
    motivated religiously, or rather by (dark) occultic thinking? (Kabbalah,
    Tarot, numerology, …)

  • annebeck58
    Reply

    Re; kudzu.., yes, we see it down here, in Austin. It’s awful. I have had it
    growing through the bedroom window screens. It wraps around lawnmower
    bladed, rather than being cut-out. It is a MAJOR pita. But, I didn’t know
    it was FDR who did this. So I learned something new, today; thanks, James.

  • crackerwv
    Reply

    I’m just simply not voting. There’s no point. Look at how Hitlery got the
    nomination in the first place. She STOLE it with election fraud and
    deceitful tactics. Nothing new for the “winners” who are really just a
    bunch of fucking losers. Trump was bumping uglies with this cunt 3 years
    ago, so what makes people believe HE is any different? These people are in
    a CLUB that YOU ARE NOT IN and that CLUB is used to beat, kill and STEAL
    from YOU and guess what? It’s the SAME CLUB whether you set in booth “D” or
    booth “R.” You will still be served a big shit sandwich no matter what
    BOOTH you vote in.
    There is one and only one solution to this mess and we need to REMEMBER
    THAT SOLUTION…THIS is what we need RIGHT NOW:
    “Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should
    not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
    experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
    evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to
    which they are accustomed. *But when a long train of abuses and
    usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce
    them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to
    throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future
    security.–Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such
    is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of
    Government.*

  • Brane Storm
    Reply

    Hilary Clinton is personally responsible for a lot of bad shit going on in
    the world as we speak. Both parties are responsible for shitty trade
    deals…selling jobs to the cheapest foreign bidders, creating a
    collectivism state, creating and funding proxy groups like Al Qaeda and
    ISIS, dismantling the Constitution with the Patriot Act and the ensuing
    Police State or allowing illegal immigration to run rampant. Using false
    info to escalate tensions and warfare in the Middle East, contracts and
    shady secret deals with private servers that benefit a very select few.
    Neither have accountability and blatantly cover up, lie, cheat and deceive
    right in front of your face to achieve their personal agendas while
    oversight accomplishes nothing.

    Trump may be abrasive and politically incorrect but he talks about the real
    problems facing the USA and at least has a plan in place to get the middle
    class on their feet again and solve these important issues. Hilary has no
    answers or game plans just uses patronizing one liners that have no merit
    or intelligence to them, she is coached and reads from prompters. Trump may
    be a wolf in sheep’s clothing but can’t see him making things any worse
    which will be the case if another Clinton gets into office….

  • Arsenio A. Lembert Jr.
    Reply

    Trump or Clinton? – Questions For Corbett

    False advertising! Yes, ‘BABBLING ABOUT MISCELLANEOUS GIBBERISH’ would be a
    more appropriate title for this installment of what is a normally quite
    informative dynamic duo ‘s (Corbett/Pilato) podcast.

  • Agent76
    Reply

    September 1, 2015 THE CIA AND THE MEDIA: 50 FACTS THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW

    Since the end of World War Two the Central Intelligence Agency has been a
    major force in US and foreign news media, exerting considerable influence
    over what the public sees, hears and reads on a regular basis. CIA
    publicists and journalists alike will assert they have few, if any,
    relationships, yet the seldom acknowledged history of their intimate
    collaboration indicates a far different story–indeed, one that media
    historians are reluctant to examine.

    https://www.intellihub.com/the-cia-and-the-media-50-facts-the-world-needs-to-know-2/
    

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