Posts Tagged ‘James Corbett’

Corbett Report ~ Solutions: Guerrilla Gardening

Best Corbett Report ever!

I have previously seen many of the food industry and guerrilla gardening clips, but I love how they’ve put this together. The last 4.5 minutes with Joel Salatin are particularly worthwhile: “Anything worth doing is worth doing poorly — at first.” True to James Corbett’s New Year’s Resolution to report news that’s working and solution-oriented news that changes the world for the better, James himself commits to learning how to garden, even if he faces challenges in the beginning.

James Corbett ~ The Ebola Effect: Hyping the Next Bioweapon for Fear and Profit

This Corbett Report starts a bit slowly for the first 10 minutes or so, but it’s well worth viewing the rest, as it gives important contexts and implications for “Medical Martial Law.” With all the attempts for a pandemic psyop, it pays to remain informed about what’s happening in Africa and what sorts of quarantine laws the US has on the books. I love James’ “slip” : “CDC — Center for Disease Creation, oops I mean Control.” 😉

Again, those who would remain in power worldwide are clearly vying for some kind of Ebola or other scenario that turns the key for all the carefully constructed prisons around ordinary people. It is our job to become extraordinary people — “wise as serpents, harmless as doves.” Recognize their various agendas, and strategize ways around them on all levels, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. James does an excellent job putting together the disparate pieces into a coherent whole. Thanks, Mitch!

 

James Corbett ~ Divide and Conquer: Politics and the Left/Right Fraud

This report explores both Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party Movements, showing striking similarities, despite major (and quite successful) efforts to spin them off into partisan politics. Viewers might be surprised (as I was) to learn that the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party originally sprang from opposition to George W. Bush and his whitewashing of the 9/11 Commission. Corbett goes on to explore the history of “Divide and Conquer.”

I agree with Ann of Exopermaculture:

This is excellent.

“’The situation would almost be laughable, if it were not so tragic. Either someone is on the same side or they are the enemy. There is no room for nuance, for subtle distinctions, for alliance or cooperation on matters of great import.’

“Or, of course, for digging to the root of what caused the division in the first place.

“’But if you want a bagel, there are 23 flavors.’”

James Corbett ~ The history, purpose and effectiveness of the time-honored divide & conquer tactic of polarization in the military, social, political, economic landscape.