(Corbett) – Tonight James talks to the “unplugged mom” Laurette Lynn about her book, Don’t Do Drugs Stay Out of School. We discuss the conditioning and indoctrination of the compulsory education system and how parents can take their children off the treadmill of traditional schooling. Join us tonight for a fascinating conversation about the inter-generational revolution that can truly change our planet for the better. Read the rest of this entry »
(Corbett) – The internet. GPS. Windows. Videoconferencing. Siri. Smart dust. Why isn’t it common knowledge that these technologies started as DARPA-funded projects? When the government, defense contractors and tech giants team up to create the next generation of military technology, who wins and who loses? Find out on tonight’s broadcast.
(Corbett) – Although the MSM is no longer telling us to care about the people of Egypt, their revolution is still ongoing. Now they are fighting President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, who have just declared that he is above the judiciary. But who are the Muslim Brotherhood, where did they come from, and what are their connections? Join us tonight as we examine the American and British intelligence establishment links at the base of this radical Islamic group. Read the rest of this entry »
(Corbett) – Nile Bowie of NileBowie.blogspot.com joins us tonight to go over some news headlines from across the Middle East, including the UN General Assembly vote on Palestinian statehood, western double standards in the “Arab Spring” and the American-ization of Saudi Arabia. We also talk about the recent 9/11 conference in Kuala Lumpur and Nile’s upcoming trip to China and North Korea. Read the rest of this entry »
(RussiaToday) – The remains of Yasser Arafat have been exhumed as experts try to ascertain whether the Palestinian leader was poisoned. The probe comes less than a week after the ceasefire between Gaza and Israel and precedes a UN vote on Palestine’s nation status. Read the rest of this entry »
(Corbett) – Back from his trip to Malaysia to present at the “9/11 Revisited: Seeking the Truth” conference, James talks about the conference, who was there, how it went, and where it’s going from here. James also stresses the vital importance for everyone to take up the task of spreading this information to others in the alternative media revolution that is our last best hope to change this system for the better. Read the rest of this entry »
(CorbettReport) – The Petraeus affair continues to unfold as it looks more and more like a Night of the Long Knives taking place amongst America’s top brass. Tonight James covers the latest on the Petraeus front, as well as covering other news and headlines, playing the latest track from Joshua Owens, and taking your calls. Read the rest of this entry »
(Corbett) – Tonight on Corbett Report Radio James goes over the latest news from around the world, including the fallout from the 2012 Presidential sElection, the latest news on the GMO front, more signs of the pervasive police state and other news from Asia to South America to Europe. Read the rest of this entry »
(CorbettReport) – Over the course of the Syrian crisis, a number of events have been used to portray Assad as a genocidal madman and military intervention as a necessary step. As things come to a head in the terrorist-torn nation, the lies, half-truths and exaggerations behind this “red line” thesis are gradually being exposed. Read the rest of this entry »
(TSAOutOfOurPants) – Here is Jon Corbett’s latest video on spoofing the TSA and its absurd, dangerous and vastly expensive (for American taxpayers) naked body porno scanners. He was able to saunter around the machines with metal objects undetected. Read the rest of this entry »
(GRTV) – Ever since its inception there have been those who have warned that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, far from offering a simple “collective security” pact to ensure the integrity of its member nations’ borders, would in fact be used as an offensive tool of imperial adventurism and conquest. Since the NATO-led Kosovo bombing campaign of 1999 at the very least, those fears have appeared more and more justified.
Since that time, NATO has continued to take a lead role in more and more overtly offensive campaigns of aggression in theatre after theatre. By now it is commonly understood to be an extension of the Pentagon itself, a convenient international military instrument for Washington to wield whenever the pretense of an international consensus cannot be achieved at the UN Security Council.
(CorbettReport) – Syrian Girl joins us once again to go over the latest in Syria, including the (predicted) breakdown in the Annan peace deal and the likely next steps in the escalation of the conflict. We also discuss the larger agenda of global conflict and global government and what the average person can do in the face of these geopolitical nightmares. Read the rest of this entry »
(BFP) – Despite the remarkable efforts to suppress the story, or perhaps because of them, the narrative of what Sibel Edmonds had to say finally began to emerge, less due to the occasional efforts of mainstream media organizations or supposed whistleblower organizations than through the diligent, painstaking efforts of independent journalists, radio hosts and documentary filmmakers who were willing to persist despite overwhelming odds. Read the rest of this entry »
(GRTV) – As the so-called “international community” once again meets to mouth political platitudes about stopping nuclear proliferation, many are now pointing to the numerous pieces of evidence demonstrating that, contrary to their official position, these very governments are invested in the proliferation of nuclear materials and nuclear weapons around the globe. Read the rest of this entry »
See Also: (France24) – France Wants 300 UN Observers in Syria Within 2 Weeks – Read More Here
(BFP) – Exactly as in Sudan, Libya, Uganda and other flavours-of-the-week in the great game that has defined global geopolitics for decades, however, this newfound attention on Baluchistan has very little to do with grievances about the plight of the long-suffering locals and much more to do with the region’s vast, untapped mineral and resource wealth, its geostrategic location on a proposed pipeline route that threatens to undermine Western influence in the region, and its role as a base of operations for terror groups that Mossad and the CIA have been using to wage a proxy terror campaign on Iran. Read the rest of this entry »
(RussiaToday) – Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have once again engulfed Cairo’s Tahrir Square in protest against the ruling military council. The rally involves supporters from exact opposite ends of the political spectrum, with secular activists rubbing shoulders with Islamists. To discuss this latest display of civil unrest, joining me now is James Corbett, a political analyst with a special interest in the Arab uprisings. Read the rest of this entry »
(GRTV) – As the French presidential election moves into its final stages, the French people are now reflecting on the nature of Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidency. Known by the French themselves as Sarko the American, what many do not know is that Sarkozy’s family ties lead directly into the heart of the American political establishment. Find out more in this week’s GRTV Backgrounder on Global Research TV. Read the rest of this entry »
(Corbett) – Spying between countries that are nominally allies is in itself nothing new. US spies themselves have been caught up in numerous scandals over the years, including the infamous UN spying scandal that was revealed in 2010. Read the rest of this entry »
(GRTV) – Kevin Ryan, a former site manager for Environmental Health Laboratories and a whistleblower on Underwriters’ Laboratories involvement in the discredited NIST report on the WTC destruction, joins us to discuss his latest article on the anomalous actions of the secret service on 911, and what it tells us about possible government foreknowledge of the attacks. Read the rest of this entry »
(RussiaToday) – Britain is seeking to follow in America’s footsteps by heading east and beefing up its military presence in Asia. The Prime Ministers of Japan and the UK are negotiating a massive arms deal and possible deployment of a Royal Navy submarine in a region dominated by China. RT’s Ivor Bennett has more on this from London. Read the rest of this entry »
(CorbetReport) – The US has suspended food aid to North Korea after the country refused to cancel a scheduled rocket launch. Washington says this breaks the deal in which North Korea agreed to suspend its uranium enrichment program and nuclear missile tests in exchange for humanitarian support. Pyongyang says the launch is merely intended to send a satellite into space.For more, lets’ talk to James Corbett, editor of The Corbett Report, who joins us from Osaka, Japan. Read the rest of this entry »
(CorbettReport) – As the world recovers from one humanitarian peace bombing in Libya, and braces for another possible intervention in Syria, many are now asking how it is that the so-called liberal left have become cheerleaders for the very wars of aggression they once pretended to deride. As long-time investigate reporter Pepe Escobar explains, an obscure international doctrine called Responsibility To Protect or R2P has been the main tool for shaping this new paradigm for the continuation of NATO’s imperial power grabs around the world.
(GRTV) – As US troops deploy to the Mexican border to deal with the fallout of Fast and Furious, details continue to emerge about this flagrantly illegal operation to arm Mexican drug lords in a supposed sting operation. But as veteran investigative journalist Bill Conroy points out, operations like this were going on years prior to Fast and Furious and this latest scandal is just another example of a drug war that is not what it is believed to be. This is the GRTV Feature interview with your host James Corbett and our special guest, Bill Conroy. Read the rest of this entry »
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(SteveWatson) – Jon Corbett, the engineer turned blogger who recently exposed critical flaws in the TSA’s body scanners, has filed three more lawsuits against the agency in a bid to bolster his position. Read the rest of this entry »
(CorbettReport) – As the scramble for Ugandan oil heats up, a documentary about Joseph Kony’s 20 year campaign of terror has become an online cause celebre and is once again energizing the public for military campaigns abroad. But what is the public not being told about the background of US involvement in the region, and what will come of the public’s growing support for military intervention?
(CorbettReport) – James Corbett of corbettreport.com reports live from the rally against nuclear power in Osaka, Japan in commemoration of the first anniversary of the start of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear crisis. For more information on Fukushima and nuclear power in Japan, please visit FukushimaUpdate.com Read the rest of this entry »
(GRTV) – One year after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan’s northeast began, details continue to emerge about how the crisis was much worse than the government and TEPCO originally let on. Joining us to discuss the legacy of Fukushima is Helen Caldicott, a physician, author and radio host who has spoken out for decades about the deadly effects of nuclear radiation. Read the rest of this entry »
See Also: (RT) – Video: Shocking video: Libyan rebels cage black Africans, force-feed them flags – Video Link Here
Also: (RealNews) – Video: Syrian rebels withdraw from Homs stronghold – Video Link Here
(RussiaToday) – Syrian government forces have regained control of the Baba Amr district in Homs – which has been the main centre of armed resistance for almost a month. Washington says it’ll keep up efforts to convince Russia and China to put pressure on President Assad and impose tougher sanctions against the Syrian regime. James Corbett – editor of the Japan-based independent news website the Corbett Report, says it’s not developments within Syria, but international politics, that will shape the country’s future. Read the rest of this entry »
(GRTV) – As China, Russia, and the other so-called BRICS nations rise in economic and geopolitical power, interest in these countries’ language and culture is increasing in the West. Dr. Thorsten Pattberg of Peking University examines the ways that translation of certain key concepts misrepresents history and culture.
(GRTV) – As the world begins to digest the implications of intellectual property for online censorship, another IP issue threatens an even more fundamental part of our daily lives: our food supply. Backed by legal precedent and armed with seemingly inexhaustible lobbying funds, a handful of multinationals are attempting to use patents on life itself to monopolize the biosphere. Read the rest of this entry »
(RussiaToday) – EU nations have formally adopted an unprecedented set of sanctions against Tehran – which include a bloc-wide embargo on Iranian oil. The move targets Iran’s nuclear program which, the Islamic Republic insists, is for purely peaceful purposes. To discuss the implications of fresh sanctions against Iran, RT talks to James Corbett – editor of independent news website – ‘The Corbett Report’ which is based in Japan. Read the rest of this entry »