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"james corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360

Healthcare360

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"james corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360

"Know the people in your area that you can actually rely on in the event of the food disruptions that we know are about to take place with bill gates becoming the largest farmland owner and being the person behind the synthetic meat substitutes. that's being pushed. On an international scale now to further consolidate the food supply et cetera. So providing your own food is going to be an important aspect of that. I also talk about for example technological solutions if not solutions because they're not sure any of the fundamental solutions are going to be technological in nature but there are things that we can be doing to at least take control more into our own hands and that can be from the very wide scale things of creating centralized decentralized internet structures the way the internet is supposed to be used like pf and others. That are not sensible because there is no single point where a central server can be taken down but it can also be extremely simple things. Like as i pointed out recently are s really simple syndication which was developed a couple of decades ago to be this incredible liberating thing. You do not need a middle man. You do not need an apple store or google play store or something as the middleman to determine whether or not you can have access to this or that person talking about this or that thing no with rss you can subscribe to anything you want it anytime. All you need is address. You can create your own feed of information that you want but that has been systematically drummed out of the internet over the past decade decade and a half with for example. remember taking over feed burner another. Rss services specifically so they could let them die on the vine so that more and more people could be shepherded into these garden. Walled enclosures online of apple store in the google. Play store and other places where they can say okay Whoever we don't like what you're talking about we're taking you off our store. Ha ha ha. Your podcast is gone right unless you have the rss actual address and then you can just plug in debt. Podcast of any time. There is no. Censorship will take place but most people don't even know that exists. It's such a simple thing. I'm trying to look at very very small solutions that people can do and the very big scheme solutions as well because i think we need to be devoting our time our energy our attention towards solutions rather than simply willing on the problems. Because if you're going down a road and you're looking at the pothole and you're thinking about the pothole you're gonna steer into the pothole right. You have to be looking at where you want to go agreed. I'm glad you brought up although stuff. James and the reason why is we are here at healthcare three sixty as well. We've gotten to your point. The reason why i'm bringing this up now as i sat down and my wife is the co host and the show.

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"james corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360

Healthcare360

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"james corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360

"Of course that also means they can take funds out at any time they can do whatever jiggery-pokery they want to make for example Where your money starts to increase in value if you don't spend it in time so they can do all sorts of fancy things once they have it on digital chain like that on that's tied directly to the central bank then by the way can also monitor every transaction. You make in real time knowing exactly what you spend your money on. With whom at what time in one place. So they can control down that level of detail. That is the vision of the future. They're working on behind the scenes right now and as i say behind the scenes doesn't even mean conspiratorially really they talk about it quite openly and i pointed for example in a report that i did last year to an imf meeting that took place. Virtually of course in this age of covid last late last year where you had for example. The governor of the federal reserve at that time jerome powell and the director of the bank for international settlements against in carstensz and some other central bankers talking about the implementation of digital currency central bank digital currencies. And how they're going to implement this ties into what. You're talking about with regards to cryptocurrencies in a fashion. That i've described before i did. A report called the bitcoin up which was all about how essentially the public is being conditioned to take all of these terms blockchain cryptocurrency and bitcoin central bank digital currency and just basically smooshed them altogether. It's all the same thing so that eventually when the public hears that all we're going to get this digital wallet with the federal reserve and we're gonna get our fed coin or whatever they call it and most people will be like. Oh is this that new grip. Oh currency i've been hearing so much about. Oh great okay. Not realizing that. The fundamental point of the original bitcoin white paper for example in two thousand nine was to bypass central banks. I of course this was a direct response and was treated as such by the cryptocurrency community at that time a direct response to the chaos and havoc that the central bank said overseas in the two thousand eight crisis and collapse and the obvious writing on the wall that the system is not sustainable. This is not going to work. We need a way of transacting without this central bank created money. What can we do. That was the original impetus that most people in that early cryptocurrency community got into the space four since that time. Of course it's become about the investors and people looking to make a quick buck off a quick trade so it's obviously lost that ethos of trying desperately to get around the central banking infrastructure and now is all about kyc and compliance. You have to fill out forms with seven forms of photo. Id and a bit of your dna in order to get your wallet or whatever completely undermining the entire idea of cryptocurrency but that is the way it's being introduced to the public and as i say it's type of sigh up in which they're going to basically replace all of that with your handy dandy easy to use federal reserve supplied digital currency. Here you go..

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"james corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360

Healthcare360

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"james corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360

"Is used in most water municipal systems is in fact an industrial waste by product that was re purposed and said well instead of paying to try to properly dispose of this industrial waste. We can actually get municipalities to pay us for this waste that they then put in the water supply as a medicine of sorts. That is the real dawning of the fluoridation systems in the us in the forties and fifties and the way that was perpetuated. Is i think pretty telling instance of that story. So there is obviously the monetary incentive but at a deeper level has to start to question the fact that on the record documentary for at least a century. There has been open writing about the growing problem of the population. The human population is growing too large. Too fast we're going to start having severe shortages and other things because there are too many people on the planet we need to find a way to reduce the number of people that are being born and what are ways to do this and then you have developments like for example of all of the different types of chemicals that could be could have been used to for example line food products to store water for example bottles and other sorts of things specifically what was chosen bisphenol. Bpa which was originally known as an estrogen mimicking. It was originally used for that purposes and then was used as say all sorts of products lining food containers and other sorts of things. Why was specifically chosen for this. I mean again. It could be well simply. This was cheap and easy to produce. It was kajing gauging but on a deeper level the seen people who are writing about the problem of the growing human population and suddenly this thing which we now know is having this massive endocrine-disrupting effect and is having such an alarming effect on human fertility. That there are scientists now saying that by two thousand forty five. The majority of people will need scientific help. Essentially in reproducing at all for tilleke will not be a natural phenomenon by the year. Two thousand forty five. According to some researchers and we've seen already incredible plummeting levels of sperm count in men especially in western countries over the past half century. Is that coincidence. And i think it is. Not i think there is an coordinated agenda to reduce human fertility. And ultimately i think ultimately there will be mass die offs of the population through cancers and other sorts of things. That wouldn't you know it..

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"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Anyway yeah and then they list those three but clearly it's like dot dot dot and anything else that we that goes against. I mean again. How am i might like the thing really think i'm going to be following up with deleted those ones what else should i delete guy right. This is what i did with the person in my exchange. And i showed this on my show is that i i was the same. I'm look i'm like i am in no way. Will i ever no matter what self-censor let's make that clear and they still go. Hey did you get a chance to do the man i said. Are you confused. Like i'm not going to do this but i brought. It's a bond it is it is and that's why laugh about the typos too. But i basically put it to them to see how they would respond. And i said okay. You know what. I how about you if you just give me a list i'll go through and let's get this salt. You know but but i need a full list. Because i'm not gonna gas and i went through the whole process. They sent me a couple of them and the point is they will never actually do that. Because the the objective is not to let you be like. Oh here you go now. i'm good right. It's about you james corbett. You are not what they want on there. Because you know whatever reason and it's just really incredible you know and i think this is a huge step where they're saying that they have control over your personal life your personal website and this is just a quick extrapolation out to just anything everywhere. It's absolutely out. I mean even okay. This is what we do so this is not surprising in the least two. I'm sure it's not surprising to you. But yeah think about that for anyone on the patriot platform anything that you have linked to your social media or anything like that. You re tweeted someone who said something that goes against whatever could be the reason that they suspend your patriae and just like that you know however much money you receiving gone. They know that they have you by the as when they're doing this and that's why i'm i'm sure they are expecting a lot of people to comply with this clearly. Not people like you and me but people who are not all the way into doing this people were just kind of peripherally related to it. It's creating a new outcasts in society. New new class of people that are going to become the untouchables of the future digital gulag society. Right mean a couple more points on this specifically before we actually get into that. Exact topic is the a from a legal perspective. How in the world can.

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"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Welcome to the last american vagabond. Now you might be confused as you're seeing the wrong title. That youtube made sure came out on this show. And it's just seemed fitting for what we're going to talk about today after my second. Try to get this started. So i just decided to leave it. Seeing as how. Youtube is the least important thing happening right now. I'll upload it in the correct fashion to odyssey and bit shoot and everything else for those that. Were watching my preview. I'm joined today by james corbett to discuss exactly what's happening right now to this channel. And what's going on on the youtube side as well as a lot of other places. Thank you so much for joining me today. James how are you well. I'm as good as can be expected. Under the circumstances you will forgive the the bags under my eyes right now. But i've literally spent all weekend dealing with the latest censorship Shenanigans and i would like to use a different word to describe them one that rhymes with drudgery but a that wouldn't alliterate so well and be. We have sensitive ears listening. I'm sure there are a lot of eight-year-olds in the crowds and we'll keep it for fram family friendly. It is a family friendly show. I appreciate that but it's it's just for those. That don't understand what i was just talking about just to start this off because we're one thing we're going to get into is what just happened with james corbett. You're mostly all aware. I'm sure with what apple meeting with patriarch so i wanted to bring on james just to show you and you know i personally think i do a good job in regards to sourcing material but there is nobody in my opinion that is close to what james does in the way. He sites and sources material in his explicit and to see him censored for being misinformation fake. News debunk theories. It just made me laugh out loud. So i wanted to talk about that so right now we were about to go live and.

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"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"But you don't have that power monopoly system. You mean like a free market. What a novel idea that. It's it's neat. I love that concept like we said one of our past interviews right. Who's going to build the roads and it's the same thing with the same people. We're all here. The people are the ones do it. We don't need that government overarching hand telling us how we function. Between the free interchange between adults I mean. That's that's the for me. That's the big exchange that gets frustrating. When you see that forced into it that we need them to protect us from ourselves well Let's finish here as always. I mean you know I always tell my viewers As often as possible to go out there and vote with your dollar vote with your actions every single day you know the only the only vote that they actually respect slightly in this system today. So what would you say for those out there? You know what what would be the systems the alternatives. You would recommend you already named a couple of them and you know what would they average individual due to kind of fight against this growing manufacturer. Tide of of calling for regulation today right. Well I do. I am on Bitchy Dot Com on D. Two am on steam it. I am on minds DOT COM as alternative social media outlets. I'm really only used social media to promote my work. I'm not interested in the chatting with my friends on social media because I think that is a trap and I did notice that I got off twitter earlier this year. I was on it again to promote work but I found that it was taking up more and more of my time. The addictive never ending snooze. Feed you can keep scrolling and scrolling. They really have and they now admit it the designers of these platforms admit they design them to addict you they play on your neurochemical reactions to stimuli in order to keep you addicted their platforms and I was noticing it myself. Someone who's talked about this for years and examined it and and is very aware of it was finding myself scrolling twitter feed when I had a spare minute what am I doing so I have to stop them. We sell so really. I mean really. If you don't have to be on social media meet. You shouldn't be there but if you do and if you do have a message to promote yet look into these other alternative outlets and I got people are GonNa say minutes the network effect and if you're not on facebook normalcy you because all your friends are on facebook. Well if you do not become the example for others to follow it ain't GonNa happen responsibilities on each of us to make it happen and I know that's not a satisfying answer. It's not good it so satisfying to think that someone's GonNa come down from the clouds and save you someone's GonNa come and present some perfect easy package solution that you've just an suddenly everything's better. It Ain't gonNA happen that way. It is going to be a struggle. That is the whole point. You're they want you to see the two pants and you struggled along this path or you just coast. Just go with the flow along the other best. Of course he just want to go with the flow more and more and more controlled until you realize. Oh we're being led to the slaughter house so the choice is yours in the. That's what it always comes down to so in terms of specific things that I'd recommend I would recommend people go to my social media alternative series just type social meal tornadoes in my search aren't overboard dot com. You'll find all of the things that I've done in the past and I realized now I will have to do more in-depth work on what is what is the net protocol. What are these new things that are coming along because as I say? Most people haven't even heard of them let alone know what these things are what it can do or the potential things that are being realized now in peer to peer centralized to technology space. So it's one of the duties of will fall to me. I guess to try to To do this and to explain it in a way that people will be able to understand it so I'll I'll continue doing this work in the absolutely will you know. Thanks again for joining me today and I definitely think the important takeaway for many people out there. Outside of simply finding alternatives is to recognize that. I'm sure you agree with that. One of the biggest the largest pillars of whether you want to liberty or freedom or self determination is self responsibility and that we truly need to begin to recognize that that any kind of a government entity does not necessarily removed danger. You can't just eliminate danger from your life in my opinion simply just adds another layer of it so we definitely need to begin to recognize that and seek out these alternatives. Whether it be decentralisation in general in all things which I agree with blockchain technologies rather wise and I absolutely agree. I'll make sure and follow up with some of your work and include that and truly thanks again for joining me James. I think we always have great discussions. I appreciate it very much looking forward to our next conversation. Absolutely all right everybody out there. You stay vigilant. We'll see you next time Only s furniture Turn a.

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"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"You must follow these hoops. And you must have a compliance officer. Who's BELVA ABOUT GOODBYE? Minds DOT COM goodbye advice by D. to be by all of these other alternatives that I've talked about on my side I recently had a Video series called Social Media Alternatives. Where I was just looking at some of the social media platforms that already exists. Today we don't have to think pie in the sky about something we could do. There are already alternatives that exist today that you can join. The you can participate in. You can start Producing content on that is not controlled in. Its there's various ways of doing it. I and blockchain and a bit wake towards and all of these things. Incredible technologies are already there. We just start using them. And that's the point again. The big companies want regulation because it makes them into monopolies. Absolutely now is actually one of the questions. What was going to ask what you kind of already answered. There is that we've seen this in the past where the promise of regulation essentially with the promise even like we're just saying about the war powers that kind of thing which people aren't familiar as essentially claiming to fight endless war while essentially enshrining the president's ability to do exactly that these past regulations ultimately create the monopolies which we now faced with such as having one phone company one power company and it's it's incredibly frustrating to see how this is connected with the corruption of the government lobbyists in particular. So one thing I want ask you. That found to be important here. Especially in regard to why so many independent media are stuck on this much of the discussion right now in the independent media the positive side of government regulation to whatever degree. Interestingly seems to be predicated on this idea that those ultimately doing the regulating are inherently altruistic. At least not corrupt. And with all that we've seen leaving in just the last two years. Why do you think this is? Are we seeing yet another like trump q? Style sleight of hand pulling those who are otherwise very skeptical of all things government kind of back into the power structure? Yeah no let's be realistic. No of course they're not angels they're not regulating but if the bad people get into power then you'll get to go to the ballot box for years for that and get a new team in. Don't worry you still have control. It's it's the same old up that works so beautifully it plays so fundamentally on such deep psychological inclinations that we have as human beings that yeah okay well no one's perfect but these guys will be we'll just set them up as the arbiters in Bay will decide and if we don't like them. We'll have some mechanism for trying to keep them accountable. And then it'll all be our falls in the end when they start regulating the wrong way because we didn't keep them accountable enough. You weren't keeping close enough watch on the watchers. Therefore it's your fault. That's that's one of the six things about the whole whole idea of this democratic whatever system that we live in. Is that when things go wrong? It's your fault because you didn't keep enough control over the Mafia that controls you. Yeah Okay Anyway. It's just the way to victim blame. No the real point again. I keep coming back to this in all of my work especially in this is that ultimately. It's about what you do. It is about what the choices you make. It is the things that you can control and the things you can't control and have to put your responsibility into the things you can control so to the extent that you do not have to be on facebook you do not have to be on twitter. You can start using alternatives. You don't even have to be on social media of any sort. I mean maybe that's living solution year but will even within that free imbed box still. There are many many different ways to go and we have to take responsibility for yourselves. Not put it onto some outside authority. We can then say oh. They did it wrong. They didn't regulate the way I wanted. Regulated therefore. It's it's the wrong thing and we'll just have to try again again. That's a fool's game in the get stuck so true and it's something that I always try to drive home with. My viewers is that we really need to get past the savior complex of thinking that one president one person one bill one anything is ultimately going to change a system that's created for the corrupt that are currently running it and it's it's a quick thing. That's the thing is particularly mind blowing about this situation is that I mean. I wonder if people can grasp this so the very people who are obviously upset about what's happening Allen feel the most threatened the the conservatives who are getting censored on social media because it's a bunch of cards in Silicon Valley and are now thinking along the lines of what we need government regulation because Thompson. You'll do it the right way. I guess even if you believe these are the exact same people that if anything like this was even mentioned two or three years ago under Obama it would have been the end of the world and they would have been one thousand percent opposed to it because no we don't want Obama regulating. What can happen on the Internet. But now that it's trump well okay. It's good and four or eight years or whenever the next Democrat gets into power. Suddenly it'll be like. Oh now they have too much power. How did this happen time after time? It's the same thing and it's just it's very frustrating to watch. This happened happening. Especially when you keep telling people about the strike over and over and over and people blindly and gladly jump off that ledge and and almost A At a certain point you have to question. What can you do to actually stop people from jumping off at lunch? Yeah it is increasingly. It really baffles me. How I saw recent poll talking about the same thing saying you know. Fifty percent of Republicans want trump to censor this or that. And it's just how they don't recognize what you're just saying that this literally the next party comes in and it's the same. How do you not see that power place? I would argue many of these people today. These Uber meant you know Republican trump mentality. People think will rule forever somehow or our. They they see this playing out. Well how do you see? I mean you can eliminate the deep statement. Yeah Yeah exactly. So how talking about this briefly. How how do you see the two party paradigm here playing into this? Obviously it's cleared US but for those that may not know I mean clearly. You know there's something in place there to keep us at each other's throats. How stopping us from from seeing the real problem right. Yeah we'll actually this yet. This is an interesting confluence because at this point now it. The people who are cheering on the censorship itself are left the Democrats who hate US CRAZY. Conservative right wing conspiracy nuts and the crazy conservative right wing conspiracy nuts who are being censored are the ones crying for the government regulate because it's a Republican power. So you have this. It's the exact opposite of what we're supposed to believe. Well of the Democrats in the left are supposed to be for free freeze each in the writer supposed to be for sensitive acne aides when of course it was the right wing politicians..

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"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"If you're just one easing convenience you are going to be along very controlled path and that is going to lead to the completely Chinese style controlled Internet where you're GONNA have to. Id from whatever to get online and everything is going to be controlled That's not where I want to go. So it's not GonNa be easy but there are decentralized ways and more coming along all the time of getting around these problems with centralized control because the problem isn't just social media. Censorship at obviously is one that presents itself there were now looking in the face of censorship at the infamous Internet infrastructure level. Microsoft azure provides cloud services for sites like Gab Dot. Ai which is supposed to be the twitter alternative. It's really just a Neo Nazi. Hang but whatever it's supposed to be the alternative free speech. Twitter Platform hosted by Microsoft Azure and. Microsoft is coming along and saying well. Maybe we don't want to host you anymore. Okay cloudflare all of these food for infrastructure services that are provided are starting to to think about censorship again. The only real solution here. The only one that actually gets the fundamental underlying problem is decentralisation peer to peer again that is what the Internet enables just have to know and actually start using those alternatives. That are coming up and as I say more coming online all the time most people have no idea what is most people have no idea what the dat protocol is. Most people have no idea that things like the browser are starting to make decentralized server list web browsing a possibility not just a possibility too. So you can actually do some really mind blowing. Things are happening but of course. No one's concentrating on that. Because Hey I WANNA be. I want to on facebook. I'm willing to be on twitter. Please let me onto your control. That is a stuck on stupid conversation. Please let me be on your control platform. Or I'll make daddy government. Come in and tell you to do that. Is the wrong conversation to be having. The only real solution is decentralization. Do we get this power and control out of the hands of these controls companies. That are obviously in bed with the intelligence establishment. We go around them. We have the ability to connect directly with other people do not neither controlled or that is the real solution at couldn't agree more and it's interesting that it's very clear what the problem is. I think everybody can agree. Like pointing out. It's that nobody is focusing on the right solution. And I think that's the one of the most important takeaways here is that were so focused on what's dividing us for not focusing on other possible routes that we could be taking. You touched on government there in its connections. Obviously that's something that is a big focal point for this discussion. But something people many I would say that are not in the independent media perhaps would not think about is the government connections that are already existing and social media. Today Fryer to all of this so is this is kind of a proposal proposal. The regulation is more normalizing. What's already happening in a way? Kind of like the War Powers Act today which he pointed out in the past is simply underwriting into law what they're already doing right. Censorship government control influence under the guise of fighting it. Would you say that's accurate today yet? It's extremely important for people who don't understand this point to understand that government regulation when they come in to regulate an industry is almost always for the benefit of the big established players in that industry. Who were already set ensconced in have their place? It is designed to eliminate competition or the possibility of new things coming up and there are millions of examples of that one which I've covered podcast in the past is the creation of the FDA in nineteen nine. Six the outcry over the meat packing industry. When Upton Sinclair released the jungle in a room like Oh my God they meatpackers. It's crazy. Most people have no clue that meatpackers the main the big companies actually wanted that regulation to be passed because it effectively eliminated the competition. The competition couldn't afford to jump through hoops. Aimed at the rate inspectors on their side and Blah Blah Blah be already politically connected giant. Akers that were the monopoly. Power got their monopoly ensconced. By the fact that the government came in to regulate the industry that is exactly what to be Silicone Valley. Overlords are hoping will happen in this case to they want the government to come in to regulate to say social media platforms. Must be this and they must have. That must be followed these protocols they must inch know your customer they must Blah Blah Blah. So that yeah the MOM and POPs. The decentralized peer to peer alternatives will not be able to compete. They will be outlawed. Because you don't follow this new this and you Go through this open. You don't at the phone number from your user and Blah Blah Blah. That is the point of all of this and as the point that I made in my podcast episode three four four Problem Solution Internet. Censorship edition is If the as essentially these monopolies become the. It's a self fulfilling prophecy. So I I said in that podcast. Ten years ago if the government had stepped in that time to try to regulate social media they would have been regulating mice space in. You know everyone has to have been given a my space accounts and you can't get Get rid of mice account in my space La Boba it's laughable from our perspective today because who the hell even remembers mice. Who Cares it's gone? It's the noto exactly as facebook and other companies like it are already becoming right now. Forty percent of social media users. I believe a deleted a social media account in the past year. People are flocking away from facebook young people. These days aren't using facebook anymore. It's all for grandma's than what have you to keep track of their grandchildren It it. It's a dying art form and it will die if we let it die and if we again embrace the real alternatives that exist out there if the government comes into regulate it and say you must do this and you must do that..

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"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"In a time of such obvious deceit and aggressive manipulation. Not only by those. Who want sought our votes or are subservience but today even by each other unwittingly doing the bidding of those who seek to control our every purchase are re click view an action one would think that every plan and decision put forth by these known liars of our recent past and present political elite would be immediately scrutinized and deconstructed for motivation and corruption yet. That's not exactly the case at least not where it matters. How did this come about? How did they create a culture in which we are now doing the deceiving for them one in which we are no longer skeptical but accepting willing pleading for their solution? This happened as it always has by allowing us to think that it's of our own creation creating a problem for which they have already been planning a solution for years waiting for us to react accordingly and then giving the slightest of resistance lest we feel that we did not have to fight for what we have been programmed to think that we want and finally they put into effect. They wanted all along allowing us to think we won the day. But we are seeing today with the proposed regulation of the currently trending social media. Outlets is no different. And here with me once again to discuss this long con- and it's possible repercussions and Solutions. James Corbett welcome to the show. Thank you very much for having me on displeasure be heard absolutely You recently did an absolutely outstanding video entitled Problem Reaction Solution Internet Censorship addition and I obviously it was great fantastic and concise outline of. What's going on today? But the thing that stood out to me is we rarely see. Rarely see you get so intense about a topic and I agree as you say in the video. It's astonishing. How few are recognizing the pattern here for manufactured consent even from those in the independent media who are usually the most resistant to these types of government action. So to begin for those who have actually not seen the video and of course. I recommend you absolutely see this video and check it out for yourselves. What would you say is the the real takeaway from it? The the point or points. You're trying to really drive home while that video was made in response to obviously the recent crackdowns seen on social media against certain alternative media outlets or certain media voices and the reaction that has arisen from that has been almost universally while Liz terrible. They're censoring speech here. We have to do something about it. What are they gonNA do about it? Which of course is the mantra for the problem. Reaction Solution a formula which has been used to shepherd the public one way or another for centuries at the very least millennium perhaps But always getting people to believe that. Yes what the solution. That's going to come down from the Heaven. It's going to be the that will lead us to exactly where these social engineers have wanted to lead us to so in order to get a grasp on this. What does this mean when we look at social media and what is the government GonNa come in and regulated so they asked to give everyone unequal platform republic carrier? There's going to be regulations. What is the end goal of all of this and perhaps that's the clearest way to put it in perspective? I was talking ten years ago. You can go back to work that I was doing talking about Internet to. They've been talking about for a very very long time. And the ultimate end vision of this is something like the Chinese style control Internet where you will need to be idead in one form or another to get online and post anything at all to these controlled outlets that with the flick of switch with the touch of a button can completely eliminate you and everything you've ever posted online because you don't host it yourself is all in some mulas cloud that's controlled by some servers in silicone valley that themselves are of course art of the intelligence establishment that the ultimate end goal here. But if you just force people into that system. I think there would be a lot of resistance but if you lead people along step by. Hey look this. Twitter can take your accountant just completely believe that. We got to do something about as guys. What are we GONNA do owe? The government will come in and regulate it and just little by little people can be let along towards that end goal that they wouldn't go in any other way and that's the problem reaction solution formula. It's pretty basic. Once you understand it. And most people I would say. The Independent media examined false flag terrorism. And things like that. How does this work? Why do people go for this? What is the end-result result? Understand it intuitively but they can still be led along When they see they just see the problem in front of them and they see the this the solution being offered they can just be little long little steps at. Yeah absolutely and I think that something. I've that I've picked up from your work and many others as this kind of underlying seeming need or desire for somebody to save us like some you know reaching out for a solution as opposed to finding one for ourselves through what we have and I actually greatly appreciate you work for that in general. So let's let's begin by touching on one of the topics that is the focal point for all these people that are discussing this today including independent media which is obviously Alex Jones. And how he plays into that. How do you think this ultimately plays in? Is this a grand deception? And maybe we can get into the kind of coordinate coordinated the deletion of all of his platforms except oops. They left his APP there for everyone to funnel into his website. So what are you thoughts on that and suddenly become extremely popular in interesting how that works. But you're right. I mean the Problem Reaction Solution. Formula is so effective because of course there is a problem and we all know there is a problem we can all sense it we can all see it and so if they just get you to think about the problem in a certain way in a certain controlled framework than the reaction in the solution will pretty much present themselves so the real point is truly and properly understand the problem itself. What is the underlying problem? And if we think the problem is just you know Mark Zuckerberg and his crony pals in Silicon Valley deciding. You know they don't like conservatives or something if we see that as the problem than the solution of course is going to be some political thing with the government coming in. That's the framework for the discussion. But the problem is much more underlying than that it. There's there's an underlying issue here which is the centralization of these platforms the fact that we are giving our data our information are hosting our context to centralized platforms that we don't control and once you do that then. Yeah you're going to have to get mummy government or daddy government become in and tried to things the right way and hopefully regulate things in a way. That'll be good for you. Yeah You keep crossing fingers in wishing for that So if the problem is centralization of our data on our content and all of that in in these places what is the answer to that? It has to be decentralization. Which is hey. That's what the funding founding principal. Ethos of what the Internet is is all about. Yes it's decentralized it's a decentralized network so why do we keep congregating in these centralized control platforms? It's easier on. My grandma can set up a facebook account and so gains easy. It's so easy. Yeah all right well..

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"james corbett" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

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13:09 min | 3 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"James Corbett of the Corbett report we're talking about nine eleven whistle blowers and James let's talk about William Rodriguez the janitor who was working at the World Trade Center towers when they were attacked. let's talk about him and this is one of the very examples of one of these nine eleven with the boards that we're talking about tonight who has not been taken off and and and basically hidden from mainstream public attention in fact he's been featured since pretty much the day of nine eleven in fact on the day of nine eleven right through to today he's often featured as one of the survivors one of the heroes of nine eleven because of what he did that day in fact have you stayed with not just a janitor at the World Trade Center but he was one of the only people to holding master key to the north tower and so as a result he was he not only helped people get out of the building but then he ran back into the building to help firefighters get up because they could they couldn't get up the freight elevator that we're working so he was helping them up through a back access that only he had the key for he was literally pulling people out on when carrying out people in wheelchairs right up until the time of day the building destructive destruction he was it sometimes of the last man out I don't think he was technically the last person of the buildings but he was certainly one of the last people pulled out of the rubble that he is buried under as he was running out of the building at the time of its destruction so he has been lauded as one of the heroes of nine eleven right since that day itself and has been awarded and been to White House dinners and functions and you've been pictured with President Bush and senator Hillary Clinton and all of these people but the problem for the official nine eleven government conspiracy theory is that his story actually not only doesn't match up with what actually actively undermined the official story of nine eleven insofar as his testimony says that he experienced along with several other people that he was with at the time a very loud and very large explosion were loud noise of some sort that took place below them they were in the basement level the north tower at the time it was some sort of explosion took place below them that not only. embedded it shook the the building it into the cracks in the walls the fall feeling fell down on top of the people were screaming and in shock in the U. eight they were wondering what was happening he was going to articulate that do you believe that there was a boiler blew up or something underneath them and then so this must have been six or seven seconds as he says after this explosion there's a thud that is the impact of the plane a hundred stories are similar AT stories up above them so according to Rodriguez the story there wanted explosion that took place before several seconds before noticeably before the impact of the plane above them and and that is essentially it's a it's a direct contradiction of what we're told about what could place that morning that is either edited out of the mainstream reports about Rodriguez and what he did or it is otherwise sidestepped they don't tend to play up that side of the story and as a result Rodriguez has found some becoming something of a nine eleven activist and whistle blower who can't really be ignored very well because he as I say he has been featured so prominently if one of the heroes on that day well it's also fascinating is in the the moments after that initial explosion. someone came running into his office a it essentially his skin was hanging off of this was a fully pay David. who I guess had come up from the basement. and I mean he wasn't he wasn't obviously up on the you know the world one of the floors with the planes it impacted he was down below he came up after that first explosion he had been burned so severely his skin was hanging off of him. that's right. and he was working for a company called Aramark he wants as you say in one of the sub basement level three six sub basement levels that were basically for maintenance workers contractors storage were for tenants in the building etcetera and he was in one of those the basement level he came up and as you say according to Rodriguez and what in the store he's told consistently since the day of nine eleven you can actually see I play in the documentary some of the footage of him being interviewed on nine eleven talking about this man coming out of the elevator yeah eighty in skin was literally hanging off of him part of his face hanging off people were screaming in terror and have you take this with Billy beat anybody who survived and was actually you can watch when Rodriguez is reunited with really pay David on camera they have an on camera your reunion I believe some years after the event but at any rate sometime after the event I said this is a story again it's of further corroboration of what Rodriguez is the thing since that day and as you say this person was in one of the sub basement levels beneath Rodriguez where he says the explosion came from before the plane hit the tower. so we have Rodriguez talking about this explosion in the basement we have fully be David who is actually suffering burns as a result of this explosion in the basement of any but it's not just those two there are hundreds and hundreds of documented cases of people first responders and others police firefighters talking about hearing explosions and these have all been sort of documented there's a repository for all of these I believe it was compiled was a tab grammar queen from it master university here in in Ontario. three Grammy queen examined that testimony it was collected by New York fire commissioner Thomas von Essen shortly after nine eleven who had the foresight to realize that the eyewitness accounts that that the firefighters the paramedics the emergency medical technicians that responded that day the eyewitness testimony they had was important and needed to be documented so he ordered the collection of world testimony from all of the first responders on that date and fill in all five hundred and three people contributed to that oral testimony which is now available twelve thousand pages of world testimony which is interestingly with sealed from the public and it took a court battle on and four years for that to finally be pried out from the New York fire department but eventually that one's right out and made public and green the queen with one of the researchers who went in and decided to document go through the twelve thousand page of the five hundred and three different testimonies and examine it for for testimony about explosives on that date and he found found I can't remember the exact number was but with over one hundred of the people that were collected at their their testimony with collected didn't testify to explosive events of some some form and he was I mean you could should actually read his paper on which I do link up from the journal of nine eleven studies where you can see of methodology but he wasn't just talking about someone hearing a boom or something he was talking about all sorts of different presentations of explosives including sight and sound and and other types of testimony some of which I I feature in the documentary itself some of that that was recorded on camera and the fireman testifying for example that they were staging in the lobby area to go up to fight the fires because the plane it already hit when there was a secondary explosion and then a third explosion in the lobby that because part of the lobby to collapse they were talking about these explosions going on throughout this time and this is been attempted to be explained away by the bunkers in a number of ways one of which I think is. if. laughable at at at all it's faith which is that the explosive event that Rodriguez testified to was not an explosion that was taking place beneath them before the plane collapse now he must've gotten the time line wrong obviously the plane hit and then the fuel from the plane went down through the elevator shaft and actually exploded out in the lobby which caused a big explosion in the lobby which is it in fact isn't even possible given the way that the elevators were divine they wanted a straight down from the top floor to the bottom elevator shaft there were different elevators you have to get off at a different level even halfway through the building so they were they were designed in fact to stop the spread of fire exactly like what the what I supposedly took place that day so don't even make sense the weight that the the the bunker try to explain away the evidence but they have tried to do so and and as I say I agree with queen I have utterly demolish that by presenting hundreds of different cases of people talking about the explosions that were going on that morning. Gonzalez sorry Rodriguez testified. for I think several hours and none of that testimony was. part of the commission report was it. no in fact as Willie Rodriguez has pointed out he was one of the people that actually got the nine eleven commission under way in the first place people might not remember it with over four hundred days between nine eleven and the actual beginning of the commission's work and that's a pretty remarkable fact when you consider with only a matter of weeks Faye after Pearl Harbor before they started a commission into that but a with over a year because specifically the bush administration with not just dragging its heels but actively ordering Congress to limit its investigation into the nine eleven attacks which it I I think should raise some alarm bells bells even amongst the most skeptical of the skeptics but anyway Rodriguez with one of the people of instrumental in getting a commission in the first place and then they did ask him to testify for that commission behind closed doors off the record it wasn't part of the open public hearings that were taking place it was just in a government facility and they they like a lot of the other interviews that took place for the commission it wasn't part of the open public hearing so he never know or knew what came of his testimony he didn't know how it was going to be used when the final report ultimately came out of course his story with no where to be found in there they didn't make use of it whatsoever so ultimately they simply just ignored his story. now I want to shift gears a little bit and and talk about another whistle blower but this had to do with the the a consulate in in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia where they were issuing visas and and it turns out that of the nineteen suppose it hijackers. the they were fourteen of the nineteen were issued visas at this one particular. consulate and visas to enter the United States tell me about the the testimony of Michael spring meant. yes this is a remarkable story and I think it is important to note as you did there that they've got the alleged or suspected hijackers I I certainly don't nothing has convinced me so far that the people that are confused yeah get accused of being hijackers by the F. B. I. R. were hijackers per se or that these were the even the men that they were talking about but at any rate the official story is that of the nineteen accused alleged hijackers fifteen of them out there be this to enter the United States and Saudi Arabia fourteen of them at the scene consulate essentially the the consulate in Jeddah US consulate there which is significant because the U. S. consulate in Jeddah is precisely where Jean Michel Screamin was serving as a consular officer in the late nineteen eighty in nineteen eighty seven he had that path before service exam went through an orientation program and with a fine to the Jetta consulate in Saudi Arabia and from the time that he arrived there he started having these very strange experiences in fact even before he shipped out he started hearing strange things about what was going on in Jeddah when he got there he had these experiences where he would be denying people either because they didn't have any ties side to do their own country they didn't have any conceivable reason for going to the U. S. they couldn't say where they were going or why they were going or how they were getting the money to go there he would deny their visas and then he would find that one of his ranking officers would overturn that and issue the visa and this happened not just once or twice but this was a common occurrence for him and he was wondering what was going on eventually he ultimately got reassigned to to Germany and then eventually made his way back to Washington it was in Washington and he was still trying to figure out what had actually been happening in Jeddah that he talked to the journalist and Joseph Trento who informed him that the Jetta consulate with being used to ship Osama bin laden's associates from Afghanistan to the US for training at various facilities in the US now that that sounds like an outlandish story from the post. nine eleven context but in fact in the nineteen eighties that made a lot of sense this was back when Osama bin laden with the C. I. A. golden boy in Afghanistan read some of the the the commentary that was taking place even up to nineteen ninety three you have the independent and Robert Fiske reporting that Osama bin laden with the war you're on the road to peace and he was one of the the brave people who would help the anti Soviet insurgency in Afghanistan in nineteen eighty I think he was at the at the CIA was really cooperating with an openly helping the interests of these mujahedin holy warriors in Afghanistan which of course included Osama bin laden the people he was associated with so just a trend inform spring but no you were part of this scam that they were doing essentially to the White watch listen to to give the that has to be essentially terrorists hello at.

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"james corbett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:31 min | 3 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We are back with James Corbett of the Corbett report we're talking about nine eleven whistle blowers and James let's talk about William Rodriguez the janitor who was working at the World Trade Center towers when they were attacked. let's talk about him and this is one of the very examples of one of these nine eleven with the boards that we're talking about tonight who has not been taken off and and and basically hidden from mainstream public attention in fact he's been featured since pretty much the day of nine eleven in fact on the day of nine eleven right through to today you often featured as one of the survivors one of the heroes of nine eleven because of what he did that day in fact have you stayed with not just a janitor at the World Trade Center but he was one of the only people to hold a master key to the north tower and so as a result he was he not only helped people get out of the building but then he ran back into the building to help firefighters get up because they could they couldn't get up the freight elevator that we're working so we with helping them out through a back access that only he had the key for who is literally pulling people out on green carrying out people in wheelchairs right up until the time of their building destructive destruction he was it sometimes dubbed the last man out I don't think he was technically the last person of the buildings but he was certainly one of the last people pulled out of the rubble that you've been buried under as he was running out of the building at the time of its destruction so he had been wanted and one of the heroes of nine eleven right since that day itself and has been awarded and in two White House dinners and functions and you've been pictured with President Bush and senator Hillary Clinton and all of these people but the problem for the mayors of the official nine eleven government conspiracy theory is that his story actually not only doesn't match up with but actually actively undermined the official story of nine eleven insofar as his testimony says that he experienced along with several other people that he was with at the time a very loud and very large explosion were loud noise of some sort that took place below them they were in the basement level the north tower at the time it was some sort of explosion took place below them that not only I stared them but it it shook the. the building it in the crack in the wall from the false ceiling fell down on top of them people were screaming and in shock in the U. eight they were wondering what was happening he was going to articulate that do you believe that there was a boiler blew up or something underneath them and then so this must have been six or seven seconds as he said after this explosion there's a thud that is the impact of the plane a hundred stories arsenal eighty stories up above them so according to Rodriguez the story there wanted explosion that took place before several seconds before noticeably before the impact of the plane above them and and that is essentially it's a it's a direct contradiction of what we're told about what took place that morning that is either edited out of the mainstream reports about Rodriguez and what he did or it is otherwise sidestepped they don't tend to play up that side of the story and as a result Rodriguez has found some becoming something of a nine eleven activist and whistle blower who can't really be ignored very well because he as I say he has been featured so prominently as one of the heroes on that day well what's also fascinating is in the the moments after that initial explosion. someone came running into his office a it essentially his skin was hanging off of this was a fully pay David. who I guess had come up from the basement. and I mean he wasn't he wasn't obviously up on the you know the world one of the floors with the planes it impacted he was down below he came up after that first explosion he had been burned so severely his skin was hanging off of him. that's right. and he was working for a company called Aramark he wants as you say in one of the sub basement level there were six sub basement levels that were basically for maintenance workers contractors storage were for tenants of the building etcetera and he was in one of those sub basement level he came up and as you say according to Rodriguez and what in the story he's told consistently since the day of nine eleven you can actually see I play in the documentary some of the footage of him being interviewed on nine eleven talking about this man coming out of the elevator yeah eighty in skin would literally hanging off of him part of his face hanging off people were screaming in terror and and you take this with Billy B. David who survived and was actually you can watch when Rodriguez is reunited with really pay David on camera they have an on camera your reunion I believe some years after the event but at any rate sometime after the event I thought this is a story again it's of further corroboration of what Rodriguez thanks since that day and as you say this person was in one of the sub basement level beneath Rodriguez where he says the explosion came from before the plane hit the tower. so we have Rodriguez talking about this explosion in the basement we have fully be David who is actually suffering burns as a result of this explosion in the basement of any but it's not just those two there are hundreds and hundreds of documented cases of people first responders and others police firefighters talking about hearing explosions and these have all been sort of documented there's a repository for all of these I believe it was compiled was a tab grammar queen from it master university here in in Ontario. three Grammy queen examined that testimony it was collected by New York fire commissioner Thomas von Essen shortly after nine eleven who had the foresight to realize that the eyewitness accounts that that the firefighters the paramedics the emergency medical technicians that responded that they they I would definitely they had was important and needed to be documented so he ordered the collection of world testimony from all of the first responders on that date and fill in all five hundred and three people contributed to that oral testimony which is now available twelve thousand pages of world testimony which is interestingly with field from the public and it took a court battle and for years for that to finally be pried out from the New York fire department but eventually that one's right out and made public and green the queen with one of the researchers who went in and decided to document go through the twelve thousand pages of five hundred and three different testimonies and examine it for for testimony about explosives on that date and he found found I can't remember the exact number was but with over one hundred of the people that were collected and there's no testimony with collected didn't testify to explosive events of some some form and he was I mean you could should actually read his paper on which I do link up from the journal of nine eleven studies where you can see is methodology but he wasn't just talking about someone hearing a boom or something he was talking about all sorts of different presentations of explosives including sight and sound and and other types of testimony some of which I I feature in the documentary itself some of that that was recorded on camera and the fireman testifying for example that they were staging in the lobby area to go up to fight the fires because the plane it already hit when there was a secondary explosion and then a third explosion in the lobby that because part of the lobby to collapse they were talking about the the collusion going on throughout this time and this is been attempted to be explained away by the bunkers in a number of ways one of which I think is. if. laughable at at the at on its face which is that the explosive event that Rodriguez testified to was not an explosion that was taking place beneath them before the plane collapse now he must have gotten the time line wrong obviously the plane hit and then the fuel from the plane went down through the elevator shaft and actually exploded out in the lobby which caused the big explosion in the lobby which is it in fact isn't even possible given the way that the elevators were designed there wasn't a straight down from the top floor to the bottom elevator shaft there were different elevators you have to get off at a different level you halfway through the building so they were they were designed in fact to stop the spread of fire exactly like what what supposedly took place that day so don't even make sense the weight that the. try to explain away the evidence but they have tried to do so and and as I say I agree with queen I have utterly demolish that by preventing hundreds of different cases of people talking about the explosion we're going on that morning. Gonzalez sorry Rodriguez testified. for I think several hours and none of that testimony was. part of the commission report was it. no in fact as Willie Rodriguez has pointed out he was one of the people that actually got the nine eleven commission under way in the first place people might not remember it with over four hundred days between nine eleven and the actual beginning of the commission's work and that's a pretty remarkable fact when you consider with only a matter of weeks say after Pearl Harbor before they started a commission into that but a with all over your because specifically the bush administration with not just dragging its heels but actively ordering Congress to limit its investigation into the nine eleven attacks which it I I think should raise some alarm bell belt even amongst the most skeptical of the skeptics but anyway Rodriguez with one of the people of instrumental in getting a commission in the first place and then they did ask him to testify for that commission behind closed doors off the record it wasn't part of the open public hearings that were taking place it was just in a government facility and they they like a lot of the other interviews that took place for the commission it wasn't part of the open public hearing so he never know knew what came of his testimony he didn't know how it was going to be used when the final report ultimately came out of course his story with no where to be found in there they didn't make use of it whatsoever so ultimately basically just ignored his story. yeah I wanna work shift gears a little bit and and talk about another whistle blower but this had to do with the the a consulate in in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia where of they were issuing visas and and it turns out that of the nineteen suppose it hijackers. the they were fourteen of the nineteen were issued visas at this one particular. consulate and the visas to enter the United States tell me about the the testimony of Michael spring meant. yes this is the remarkable story and I think it is important to note as you did there that they've got the alleged or suspected hijackers I I certainly don't nothing has convinced me so far that the people that are confused yeah get accused of being hijackers by the F. B. I. R. were hijackers per se or that these were the even the men that they were talking about but at any rate the official story is that of the nineteen excuse alleged hijackers fifteen of them out there visas to enter the United States and Saudi Arabia fourteen of them at the scene consulate essentially the the consulate in Jeddah US consulate there which is significant because the U. S. consulate in Jeddah is precisely where Jean Michel Screamin was serving as a consular officer in the late nineteen eighty I in nineteen eighty seven he had that path before service exam went through an orientation program and with a fine to the Jetta consulate in Saudi Arabia and from the time that he arrived there he started having these very strange experiences in fact even before he shipped out he started hearing strange things about what was going on in Jeddah when he got there he had these experiences where he would be denying people we've does because they didn't have any ties side to do their own country they didn't have any conceivable reason for going to the U. S. they couldn't say where they were going or why they were going or how they were getting the money to go there he would deny their visas and then he would find that one of his ranking officers would overturn that and issue the visa and this happened not just once or twice but this was a common occurrence for him and he was wondering what was going on eventually he ultimately got reassigned to Germany and then eventually made his way back to Washington it was in Washington as he was still trying to figure out what had actually been happening in Jeddah that he talked to the journalist Joseph Trento who informed him that the Jetta consulate with being used to ship Osama bin laden associate from Afghanistan to the US for training at various facilities in the US now that that sounds like an outlandish story from the post. nine eleven context but in fact in the nineteen eighties that made a lot of sense this was back when Osama bin laden with the C. I. A. golden boy in Afghanistan read some of the that the commentary that was taking place even up to nineteen ninety three you have the independent and Robert Fiske reporting that Osama bin laden with the warrior on the road to peace and he was one of the the brave people who would help the anti Soviet insurgency in Afghanistan in nineteen eighty I think he was at the at the CIA was really cooperating with an openly helping the interests of the mujahedin holy warriors in Afghanistan which of course included Osama bin laden the people he was associated with so just a trend inform spring that no you were part of this scam that they were doing essentially to the white washed listen to to give the that has to be essentially terrorists hello that the time they were called freedom fighters but to bring them into the U. S..

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"james corbett" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:49 min | 3 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We are back with James Corbett of the Corbett report we're talking about nine eleven whistle blowers and James let's talk about William Rodriguez the janitor who was working at the World Trade Center towers when they were attacked. what talk about him and this is one of the very examples of one of these nine eleven with the boards that we're talking about tonight who has not been taken off and and and basically hidden from mainstream public attention in fact he's been featured since pretty much the day of nine eleven in fact on the day of nine eleven right through to today he's often featured as one of the survivors one of the heroes of nine eleven because of what he did that day in fact have you paid with not just a janitor at the World Trade Center but he was one of the only people to holding master key to the north tower and so as a result he was he not only helped people get out of the building but then he ran back into the building to help firefighters get up because they could they couldn't get up the freight elevator that we're working so we with helping them out through a back access that only he had the key for he was literally pulling people out on green carrying out people in wheelchairs right up until the time of their building destructive destruction he was in sometime down the last minute I don't think he was technically the last person of the buildings but he was certainly one of the last people pulled out of the rubble that you've been buried under as he was running out of the building at the time of its destruction so you have been wanted and one of the heroes of nine eleven right since that day itself and has been awarded in in two White House dinners and functions and you've been pictured with President Bush and senator Hillary Clinton and all of these people but the problem for the mayors of the official nine eleven government conspiracy theory is that his story actually not only doesn't match up with what actually actively undermined the official story of nine eleven insofar as his testimony says that he experienced along with several other people that he was with at the time a very loud and very large explosion were loud noise of some sort that took place below them they were in the basement level the north tower at the time it was some sort of explosion that took place below them that not only I stared them but it it shook the. the building in the cracks in the walls of the false ceiling fell down on top of the people were screaming and in shock in the U. eight they were wondering what was happening he was going to articulate that he believed that there was a boiler blew up or something underneath them and then so this must have been six or seven seconds as he says after the explosion there's a thud that is the impact of the plane a hundred stories are similar AT stories up above them so according to Rodriguez the story there wanted explosion that took place before several seconds before noticeably before the impact of the plane above them and and that is essentially it's a it's a direct contradiction of what we're told about what took place that morning that is either edited out of the mainstream reports about Rodriguez and what he did or is otherwise sidestepped they don't tend to play up that side of the story and as a result Rodriguez has some some becoming something of a nine eleven activist and whistle blower who can't really be ignored very well because he as I say he has been featured so prominently as one of the heroes on that day well what's also fascinating is in the the moments after that initial explosion. someone came running into his office is essentially his skin was hanging off of this was a from eBay David. I guess had come up from the basement. and I mean he wasn't he wasn't obviously up on the you know the world one of the floors with the planes it impacted he was down below he came up after that first explosion he had been burned so severely his skin was hanging off of him. that's right. and he was working for a company called Aramark he wants as you say in one of the sub basement level three six some basement levels that were basically for maintenance workers contractors storage for for tenants of the building etcetera and he was in one of those sub basement level he came up and as you say according to Rodriguez and what in the story he's told consistently since the day of nine eleven you can actually see I play in the documentary some of the footage of him being interviewed on nine eleven talking about this man coming out of the elevator yeah eighty his skin was literally hanging off of him part of it he's hanging off people were screaming in terror and and you think this would simply be David who survived and was actually you can watch when Rodriguez is reunited with really pay David on camera they have an on camera your reunion I believe some years after the event but at any rate sometime after the event. this is a story again it's of further corroboration of what Rodriguez thanks since that day and as you say this person was in one of the sub basement level the neat Rodriguez where he says the explosion came from before the plane hit the tower so we have Rodriguez talking about this explosion in the basement we have fully be David who's actually suffering burns as a result of this explosion in the basement any but it's not just those two there are hundreds and hundreds of documented cases of people first responders and others police firefighters talking about hearing explosions and these have all been sort of documented there's a repository for all of these I believe it was compiled was it grammar queen from at Massey university here in in Ontario. green the queen examined that testimony it was collected by New York fire commissioner Thomas von Essen shortly after nine eleven who had the foresight to realize that the eyewitness accounts that that the firefighters the paramedics emergency medical technicians that responded that day that I would definitely they had was important and needed to be documented so he ordered the collection of world testimony from all of the first responders on that day and so in all five hundred and three people contributed to that oral testimony which is now available twelve thousand pages of oral testimony which is interestingly with field from the public and it took a court battle and for years for that to finally be pried out from the New York fire department but eventually that once cried out and made public and green the queen was one of the researchers who went in and decided to document go through the twelve thousand pages of five hundred and three different testimonies and examine it for for testimony about explosives on that date he found found I can't remember the exact number was but it was over one hundred of the people that were collected at their their testimony was collected didn't testify to explosive events of some some form and he was I mean you should actually read his paper on which I do link up from the journal of nine eleven studies where you can see is methodology but he wasn't just talking about someone hearing a boom or something he was talking about all sorts of different presentations of explosives including sight and sound and and other types of testimony some of which I I feature in the documentary itself some of the that was recorded on camera and the fireman testifying for example that they were staging in the lobby area to go up to fight the fires because the plane it already hit when there was a secondary explosion and then the third explosion in the lobby that because part of the lobby to collapse they were talking about these explosions going on throughout this time and this is been attempted to be explained away by the bunkers in a number of ways one of which I think is. if. laughable at at on its face which is that the explosive event that Rodriguez testified to was not an explosion that was taking place beneath him before the plane collapse now he must have gotten the time line wrong obviously the plane hit and then the fuel from the plane went down through the elevator shaft and actually exploded out in the lobby which caused the big explosion in the lobby which is it in fact even even possible given the way that the elevators were designed there one of the street down from the top floor to the bottom elevator shaft that were different elevators you have to get off at a different level you halfway through the building so they were they were designed in fact to stop the spread of fire exactly like what the what I supposedly took place that day so don't even make sense the weight that the the the bunker try to explain away the evidence but they have tried to do so and and as I say I agree the queen has utterly demolish that by preventing hundreds of different cases of people talking about the explosion we're going on at once. Gonzalez sorry Rodriguez testified for I think several hours and none of that testimony was. part of the commission report was it. no in fact and Willie Rodriguez has pointed out he was one of the people that actually got the nine eleven commission under way in the first place people might not remember it was over four hundred days between nine eleven and the actual beginning of the commission's work and that's a pretty remarkable fact when you consider with only a matter of weeks and say after Pearl Harbor before they started a commission into that but a with over a year because specifically the bush administration with not just dragging its heels but actively ordering Congress to limit its investigation into the nine eleven attacks which it I I think should raise some alarm bells bells even amongst the most skeptical of the skeptics but anyway Rodriguez with one of the people of instrumental in getting a commission in the first place and then they did ask him to testify for that commission behind closed doors off the record it wasn't part of the open public hearings that were taking place it was just in a government facility and they they like a lot of the other interviews that took place for the commission it wasn't part of the open public hearing so he never know knew what came of his testimony he didn't know how it was going to be used when the final report ultimately came out of course his story was nowhere to be found in there they didn't make use of it whatsoever so ultimately they simply just ignored his story. yeah I want to shift gears a little bit and and talk about another whistle blower but this had to do with the the a consulate in in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia where. they were issuing visas and and it turns out that of the nineteen supposed hijackers. the they were fourteen of the nineteen were issued visas at this one particular. consulate and the visas to enter the United States tell me about the the testimony of Michael spring meant. yes this is a remarkable story and I think it is important to note as you did there that they've got the alleged or suspected hijackers I I certainly don't nothing has convinced me so far that the people that are confused yeah I get accused of being hijackers by the F. B. I. R. were hijackers per se or that these were the even the men that they were talking about but at any rate the official story is that of the nineteen excuse alleged hijackers fifteen of them out there be this to enter the United States and Saudi Arabia fourteen of them at the scene consulate essentially the the consulate in Jeddah US consulate there which is significant because the U. S. consulate in Jeddah is precisely where Jean Michel Screamin was serving as a consular officer in the late nineteen eighty in nineteen eighty seven he had that half the foreign service exam went through an orientation program and with a fine to the Jetta consulate in Saudi Arabia and from the time that he arrived there he started having these very strange experiences in fact even before he shipped out he started hearing strange things about what was going on in Jeddah when he got there he had these experiences where he would be denying people we those because they didn't have any ties side to do their own country they didn't have any conceivable reason for going to the U. S. they couldn't say where they were going or why they were going or how they were getting the money to go there he would deny their visas and then he would find that one of his ranking officers would overturn that and issue the visa and this happened not just once or twice but this was a common occurrence for him and he was wondering what was going on eventually he ultimately got reassigned to to Germany and then eventually made his way back to Washington it was in Washington and he was still trying to figure out what had actually been happening in Jeddah that he talked to the journalist Joseph Trento who informed him that the Jetta consulate was being used to ship Osama bin laden's associates from Afghanistan to the US for training at various facilities in the US now that that sounds like an outlandish story from the post. nine eleven context but in fact in the nineteen eighties that made a lot of sense this was back when Osama bin laden with the C. I. A. golden boy in Afghanistan read some of the the the.

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"james corbett" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:09 min | 3 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hundred W. away I James Corbett editor writes and produces the Corbett report an outlet for independent critical analysis of politics society history and economics he's written recorded and edited thousands of hours of audio and video media for his website including a podcast and several regular online video series he's the lead editor editorial writer for international forecasts for the E. newsletter created by the late Bob Chapman his work has been carried on line by a wide right of websites in his videos have garnered over fifty of the C. that's fifty million views my work fifty million views on YouTube alone James Corbett welcome to Costco Sam how are you. I'm doing very well Richard thank you for coming on the program my pleasure before we get to nine eleven whistle blowers let me just get your take on some stories that have been covered in the alternative media but not so in the mainstream as far as I know and perhaps it's not surprising in the first one was they're saying that or at least some online sources are saying that for the first time ever an elected body in the United States is stating that it is beyond any doubt that explosives not plane impacts and fires alone destroyed the three World Trade Center towers on September eleventh two thousand one commissioners from the Franklin square and Munson fire district located near queens New York unanimously passed a historic resolution July twenty fourth it calls for a new investigation into all aspects of nine eleven which sites quote overwhelming evidence and quote that explosives were planted in all three towers prior to nine eleven your your thoughts is that in fact true as far as you know this is the first time ever an elected body has passed such a resolution. it is in fact true and in fact we don't have to speculate about this there is actually video of the meeting in which they passed that resolution saying claiming that the existence of overwhelming evidence that frequent explosive called the destruction of the three World Trade Center building was put on the record one voted unanimously by the five years as the day of the week with where nothing fire district which oversees the volunteer fire department thirty hamlet of thirty thousand just outside of queens New York and if you think this is the first legislative body in the United States to officially support a new investigation into the events on nine eleven a very significant development one cannot be contested or disputed that they could bring video evidence looking to watch the actual meeting on YouTube where they passed that resolution something that you would suspect would be worthy of a little bit of news coverage but unfortunately you would be wrong in that or at least if you are a editor of one of the mainstream news networks you would be wrong because it has not been covered as far as I know by any of the mainstream news networks it in in reading exclusively reported by online alternative outlets. some of the other remarkable developments and taking place with regard to the nine eleven truth in the past year which you will only unfortunately find online through independent outlet not being reported by CNN or any of the other cable networks we should point out Franklin square and Munson fire district they lost several firefighters on nine eleven and is subsequently a number of them have taken ill as many you know first responders have eat who were in the ground zero of the sanity because of you know the the the toxic air and so forth this best this and and and and different things the other story. comes out of the university of Alaska Fairbanks and this was September third the long awaited release of the ground breaking building seven study a structural re evaluation of the collapse of World Trade Center seven. the four year study conducted by Dr leroy holds a PhD in two other researchers is a finite element analysis that uses computer modeling based on the original blueprints for the building and the executive summary of the study states quote fires could not have caused weakening or displacement of structural members capable of initiating any of the hypothetical local failures alleged to have triggered the total collapse of the building nor could any local failures even if they had occurred have triggered a sequence of failures that would have resulted in the observed total collapse your I. I've yet had a chance to look at the study or what are your thoughts. I certainly have had a chance to look at it myself although I obviously am not an engineer myself so I am not able to comment deeply on the the actual findings of the study but I I can't say that that is available up on the institute of northern engineering website at UAF thought and you if I any dot you way of thought and you slash W. T. V. seven and you can go and download their final draft report for yourself which as you say the principle conclusion of their study is the fire did not cause the collapse of World Trade Center building seven on nine eleven and I'm sure most of your audience is well informed about World Trade Center seven but unfortunately a vast majority of the American public still does not realize that the read buildings fell on the day of nine eleven not the twin towers but the twin towers and World Trade Center building seven which of course was not hit by an airplane the official conclusion by the year the official investigating body the National Institute of standards and technology A. K. A. ness which took them seven years by the way to come to the conclusion but they eventually concluded that this was a progressive collapse caused by fire interior office players that has been disproven or at least this report claims to disprove that with their own models who studies the finite element analysis that you say and that's pretty significant and one of the significant things about that if as I say I'm not an engineer or architect myself I can't really comment deeply on that but if there are people in the audience who are engineers and architects and are interested in this they certainly should go to that page because what they did on September third two thousand nineteen doctor Lee right holiness team they released the final draft report of their study coming to the conclusion that it would not fire that caused the collapse of the World Trade Center building seven but that final draft report is open for public comment I for I believe the next two months that is open for public comment and it is also being peer reviewed by various architects and engineers so this is a work still in progress but it is this is the final draft report of the team it represents I will. four years of study and is quite quite thorough in in terms of by the approach they took and their final model that they they were able to come up with it looks a lot more like the reality of the vehicle at the World Trade Center seventh and what the newest model looked like if anyone ever saw that the if they didn't they should look it up on YouTube via the next presentation where they they present their computer model of how they stimulated the collapse World Trade Center seven you have to see if you disbelieve it it it absolutely is self refuting it it's almost a joke the way that they they model that collapse well this we were a whole the team a key if we did in north in engineering is done a much better job. and finally I know this goes back a spell I think this happened in March of this year but again no no news coverage whatsoever a joint federal lawsuit was launched against the FBI by architects and engineers for nine eleven truth and the lawyers committee of that group the lawyers committee and family members of nine eleven victims it contains the agency has failed to perform a congressionally mandated assessment of nine eleven evidence known to it that it was not considered by the nine eleven commission and then the lawyers committee.

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"james corbett" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"James Corbett edits writes and produces the corporate reports an outlet for independent critical analysis of politics society history and economics he's written recorded and edited thousands of hours of audio and video media for his website including a podcast and several regular online video series he's the lead editor editorial writer for the international forecaster the E. newsletter created by the late Bob Chapman his work has been carried on line by a wide variety of websites in his videos have garnered over fifty let me see that's fifty million views my word fifty million views on YouTube alone James Corbett welcome to coast to coast AM how are you. I'm doing very well Richard thank you for having me on the program my pleasure I before we get to a nine eleven whistle blowers let me just get your take on some of stories that have been covered in the alternative media but not so in the mainstream as far as I know and perhaps that's not surprising in the first one. was there saying that or at least some online sources are saying that for the first time ever an elected body in the United States is stating that it is beyond any doubt that explosives not plane impacts and fires alone destroyed the three World Trade Center towers on September eleventh two thousand and one commissioners from the Franklin square and Munson fire district located near queens New York unanimously passed an historic resolution July twenty fourth that calls for a new investigation into all aspects of nine eleven which sites quote overwhelming evidence and quote that explosives were planted in all three towers prior to nine eleven. your your thoughts is that in fact true as far as you know this is the first time ever an elected body has passed such a resolution. it is in fact true and in fact we don't have to speculate about this there is actually video of the meeting in which they passed that resolution saying claiming that the existence of overwhelming evidence that pre planted explosives called the destruction of the three World Trade Center buildings was put on the record once voted unanimously by the five fire commissioners as you think of the Franklin square nothing fire district which oversee the volunteer fire department serving him with that of thirty thousand just outside of queens New York and have you think this is the first legislative body in the United States to officially support a new investigation into the events on nine eleven a very significant development one that cannot be contested or disputed that they think there is video evidence you can go watch the actual meeting on YouTube where they passed that resolution something that you would suspect would be worthy of a little bit of news coverage but unfortunately you would be wrong in that or at least if you are a editor of one of the mainstream news networks you would be wrong because it has not been covered as far as I know by any of the mainstream news networks it is in reading exclusively reported by online alternative outlets have some of the other remarkable developments and taking place with regards to nine eleven truth in the past year which you will only unfortunately find online through independent outlook not being reported by CNN or any of the other cable network we should point out Franklin square and Munson fire district they lost several firefighters on nine eleven and is subsequently a number of them have taken ill as many you know first responders have. who were in the ground zero vicinity because of you know the the the toxic air and so forth this bestest and and and and different things the other story. comes out of the university of Alaska Fairbanks and this was September third the long awaited release of the ground breaking building seven study a structural re evaluation of the collapse of World Trade Center seven. of the four year study conducted by Dr leroy holds a PhD in two other researchers is a finite element analysis that uses computer modeling based on the original blueprints for the building and the executive summary of the study states quote fires could not have caused weakening or displacement of structural members capable of initiating any of the hypothetical local failures alleged to have triggered the total collapse of the building nor could any local failures even if they had occurred have triggered a sequence of failures that would have resulted in the observed total collapse your I. I've yet had a chance to look at the study or what are your thoughts. I certainly have had a chance to look at it myself although I obviously am not an engineer myself so I am not able to comment deeply on the the actual findings of the study but I I can say that that is available up on the institute of northern engineering website at UAF thought and you if I any dot you way of thought and you slash W. T. V. seven and you can go and download their final draft report for yourself which as you say the principle conclusion of their study is the fire did not cause the collapse of the World Trade Center building seven on nine eleven and I'm sure most of your audience is well informed about World Trade Center seven but unfortunately a vast majority of the American public still does not realize that the read buildings fell on the day of nine eleven not the twin towers but the twin towers and World Trade Center building seven which of course was not hit by an airplane the official conclusion by the the official investigating body the National Institute of standards and technology A. K. A. miss which took them seven years by the way to come to the conclusion but they eventually concluded that this was a progressive collapse called by fire interior office players that has been disproven or at least this report claims to disprove that with their own models studies a finite element analysis that you say and that's pretty significant and one of the significant things about that is as I say I'm not an engineer or architect myself I can't really comment deeply on it but if there are people in the audience who are engineers and architects and are interested in this they certainly should go to that page because what they did on September third two thousand nineteen doctor Lee right holiness team they released the final draft report of their study coming to the conclusion that it would not fire that caused the collapse of World Trade Center building seven about final draft report is open for public comment up for I believe the next two months that is open for public comment and it is also being peer reviewed by various architects and engineers so this is a work still in progress but it is this is the final draft report of the team it represents I. four years of study and is quite quite thorough in in terms of by the approach they took and their final model that they they were able to come up with it looks a lot more like the reality of the vehicle at the World Trade Center seven ten what the newest model looked like if anyone ever saw that the if they didn't they should look it up on YouTube via the new presentation where they they present their computer model of how they stimulated the collapse World Trade Center seven you have to see it to believe it it it absolutely is self refuting it it's almost a joke the way that they they model that collapse well that we were able the team at the if it'd been north in engineering is done a much better job. and finally I know this goes back a spell I think this happened in March of this year but again no no news coverage whatsoever a joint federal lawsuit was launched against the FBI by architects and engineers for nine eleven truth and the lawyers committee of that group the lawyers committee and family members of nine eleven victims it contains the agency has failed to perform a congressionally mandated assessment of nine eleven evidence known to it that it was not considered by the nine eleven commission and then the lawyers committee.

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"james corbett" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"james corbett" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"James Corbett edits writes and produces the corporate reports an outlet for independent critical analysis of politics society history and economics he's written recorded and edited thousands of hours of audio and video media for his website including a podcast and several regular online video series he's the lead editor editorial writer for the international forecaster the E. newsletter created by the late Bob Chapman his work has been carried on line by a wide variety of websites in his videos have garnered over fifty of me see that's fifty million views my work fifty million views on YouTube alone James Corbett welcome to coast to coast AM how are you. I'm doing very well Richard thank you for having me on the program my pleasure I before we get to nine eleven whistle blowers let me just get your take on some of stories that have been covered in the alternative media but not so even in the mainstream as far as I know and perhaps that's not surprising in the first one. was there saying that or at least some online sources are saying that for the first time ever an elected body in the United States is stating that it is beyond any doubt that explosives not plane impacts and fires alone destroyed the three World Trade Center towers on September eleventh two thousand and one commissioners from the Franklin square and Munson fire district located near queens New York unanimously passed an historic resolution July twenty fourth that calls for a new investigation into all aspects of nine eleven which sites quote overwhelming evidence and quote that explosives were planted in all three towers prior to nine eleven. your your thoughts is that in fact true as far as you know this is the first time ever an elected body has passed such a resolution. it is in fact true and in fact we don't have to speculate about this there is actually video of the meeting in which they passed that resolution saying claiming that the existence of overwhelming evidence that pre plated explosive called the destruction of the three World Trade Center buildings was put on the record once voted unanimously by the five fire commissioners as you think of the Franklin square in monthly fire district which oversees the volunteer fire department serving hamlet of thirty thousand just outside of queens New York and have you think this is the first legislative body in the United States to officially support a new investigation into the events on nine eleven a very significant development one that cannot be contested or disputed I think that there is video evidence you can go watch the actual meeting on YouTube where they passed that resolution something that you would suspect would be worthy of a little bit of news coverage but unfortunately you would be wrong in that or at least if you are a editor of one of the mainstream news networks you would be wrong because it has not been covered as far as I know by any of the mainstream news networks it is in reading exclusively reported by online alternative outlets hello some of the other remarkable developments and taking place with regard to the nine eleven truth in the past year which you will only unfortunately find online through independent outlet not being reported by CNN or any of the other cable network we should point out Franklin square and Munson fire district they lost several firefighters on nine eleven and then subsequently number of them have taken ill as many you know first responders have. who were in the ground zero vicinity because of you know the the the toxic air and so forth this Festus and and and and different things the other story. comes out of the university of Alaska Fairbanks and this was September third the long awaited release of the ground breaking building seven study a structural re evaluation of the collapse of World Trade Center seven. of the four year study conducted by Dr leroy holds a PhD in two other researchers is a finite element analysis that uses computer modeling based on the original blueprints for the building and the executive summary of the study states quote fires could not have caused weakening or displacement of structural members capable of initiating any of the hypothetical local failures alleged to have triggered the total collapse of the building nor could any local failures even if they had occurred have triggered a sequence of failures that would have resulted in the observed total collapse your head chancellor the study or what your thoughts. I certainly have had a chance to look at it myself although I obviously am not an engineer myself so I am not able to comment deeply on the the actual findings of the study but I I can say that that is available up on the institute of northern engineering website at UAF thought and you if I any dot you way of thought and you slash W. T. V. seven and you can go and download their final draft report for yourself which as you say the principle conclusion of their study is the fire did not cause the collapse of World Trade Center building seven on nine eleven and I'm sure most of your audience is well informed about World Trade Center seven but unfortunately a vast majority of the American public still does not realize that the read buildings fell on the day of nine eleven not between powers but the twin towers and World Trade Center building seven which of course was not hit by an airplane the official conclusion by the year the official investigating body the National Institute of standards and technology A. K. A. ness which took them seven years by the way to come to the conclusion but they eventually concluded that this was a progressive collapse called by fire interior office players that has been disproven or at least this report claims to disprove that with their own model to study a finite element analysis that you say and that's pretty significant and one of the significant things about this is as I say I'm not an engineer or architect myself I can't really comment deeply on that but if there are people in the audience who are engineers and architects and are interested in this they certainly should go to that page because what they did on September third two thousand nineteen doctor Lee right holiness team they released the final draft report of their study coming to the conclusion that it would not fire that caused the collapse of World Trade Center building seven about final draft report is open for public comment I for I believe the next two months that is open for public comment and it is also being peer reviewed by various architects and engineers hello this is a work still in progress but it is this is the final draft report of the team it represents I will. four years of study and I is quite quite thorough in in terms of the approach they took and their final model that they they were able to come up with it looks a lot more like the reality of the vehicle at the World Trade Center seventh and what the newest model looked like if anyone ever saw that the if they didn't they should look it up on YouTube via the next presentation where they they present their computer model of how they stimulated the collapse World Trade Center seven you have to see it you best believe it it it absolutely is self refuting it it's almost a joke the way that they they modeled that collapse well this leroy hold the team at the institute in north in engineering is done a much better job. and finally now this goes back a spell I think this happened in March of this year but again. no no news coverage whatsoever a joint federal lawsuit was launched against the FBI by architects and engineers for nine eleven truth and the lawyers committee of that group the lawyers committee and family members of nine eleven victims it contains the agency has failed to perform a congressionally mandated assessment of nine eleven evidence known to it that it was not considered by the nine eleven commission and then the lawyers committee.

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Sails made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener?

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05:44 min | 3 years ago

Sails made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener?

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Colgate. University now in its bicentennial year. Colgate university is celebrating a proud tradition of intellectual rigor at it's beautiful campus in central New York. The deadline for early decision this November fifteenth. Learn more at Colgate dot EDU 'em by lachey. Analytics Lana lyrics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help focusing your evaluation. Prioritizing features and determing what solution fits your tech stack. Visit Lana Lennox dot com slash tech. To claim your free reports, that's L O G I, analytics dot com slash tech. Sales made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. The UN's international. Maritime Organization is committed to cutting shipping. Emissions in half by twenty fifty that matters because shipping moves ninety percent of global trade right now, if shipping were a country is emissions would ranks sixth in the world. It would fall between Japan and Germany, and it would fall, of course, below the biggie matters in the China, the US that's James Corbett, a professor in the school of marine science and policy at the university of Delaware. He says part of the solution will be tech. I talked to Corbett I about high-tech sales. And no, these aren't the flapping sheets. You're thinking of corporate mentioned one solution being developed in Japan, a rigid surface covered with solar panels, having the ability to create a hybrid power system that is using the opportunity to expose these rigid surfaces to light and and extract the solar power from them. And. Store that into batteries. That's that'll be located down near the engine spaces and use those big solar panels as movable sales to adjust to the angle for maximum wind assist is going to be a real exciting. Kind of innovation that will work on some vessels. And it'll work on those vessels better in some routes where they can best take advantage of both sun and wind anytime you're talking about any of these changes, we're talking about affecting potentially impacting something that's incredibly vital, which is global trade. Are there any potential risks that could come with transitioning away from fossil fuels well in two thousand seven and two thousand and eight vessels unilaterally on container ships, especially unilaterally slowed down without waiting for the world supply chains to say it was okay? And what ended up happening is we shifted to larger vessels used economies of scale. And if you look at the seaborne trade curves today, you'll see that we're continuing to increase the amount of goods we deliver per year. But we're delivering them in larger delivery units less often with a slower supply chain. So I don't see that. There will be a imminent threat to the global trade of goods ships have known since Phoenician times that their first job is to serve the world's economies. Their second job is to not saying and their third job is to be good stewards of the environment. And what's happening this century is they're paying a little more attention to that to that third goal without compromising the other two James Corbett is a professor in the school of marine science and policy at the university of Delaware. He also told me adoption of newfangled sale technology. She might bring back some of the romance to being on an ocean crossing vessel this futuristic sailing. Take could very well. Attract a new generation of c travelers though Corbett has been time on a giant boxy cargo ship, and he thought it was plenty romantic in other arguably more gigantic tech news, Google CEO's Sundar Pichai finally had his day before congress. What do lawmakers do what the chance to hold one of the planet's most powerful people accountable. Well, wired says it was three and a half hours of political posturing, a lot of accusations and essentially a wasted opportunity. We'll have a link on our website. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Here's an investment opportunity with a guaranteed return when you donate to support. Marketplace today, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at the Condado fund listeners like you who give to marketplace do more than help keep the show on the air. You help us grow and get better. It's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism you trust. And the payoff comes with what you hear every day. 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Sandra Bullock's stalker found dead after standoff with SWAT team

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

Sandra Bullock's stalker found dead after standoff with SWAT team

"A los angeles man who took his own life this week during a standoff with police has been identified as the same man convicted for years ago breaking into home of actress sandra bullock more from our jim roope last week officers went to serve an arrest warrant on joshua james corbett who a month earlier mr court date as police tried to serve that warrant he threatened to kill them a standoff began to end only with corporate taking his own life in two thousand fourteen corporate broke into bullock's home where police believe he intended to sexually assault her he was convicted and sentenced to probation and continual mental health treatment the academy of motion picture arts and sciences board of governors voted to expel bill cosby and roman polanski from its membership and bill cosby has been removed from the advertising hall of fame following his sexual assault conviction cosby is.

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