No long philosophical essay this week. Instead, I'm going to post some links to other sources--some mentioned previously--that do far, far more than I do about Empire (and, of course, have different language for this thing). It's time to put more emphasis on assisting you, the reader, in doing your own investigation.The Corbett Report
is the site founded by Canadian expatriate James Corbett, now living in western Japan, and the foundation of the site is the podcast which is usually updated on Sundays. (This week has Episode 220: The Strange Case of Sirhan Sirhan.) Corbett sticks, for the most part, to those things he can support with documentation. His is a sober, restrained style that focuses on fact and sources; he doesn't engage in theatricality, and he does revisit past topics when new information comes to him that compels an opinion change.Media Monarchy
is the site founded by James Evan Pilato, based out of Portland, Oregon. Until episode 250 of the show, which occurred a few weeks ago as of this post, he aired Media Monarchy on the Portland Radio Authority on Fridays at 10 a.m. local time. This is no longer the case, and there's been no shows since it went off the air; Pilato is working on finding another outlet, even if that means doing it all from home. Pilato is also one-half of New World Next Week, the weekly news summary videoblog done with James Corbett.
Pilato has subsets of what he affectionately calls "the Media Monarchy kingdom": Cyber-Space War
, Holy Hexes
and Food World Order
. When he's producing Media Monarchy, these three sub-sites feed a lot of the news that Pilato delivers on the show. You can get to each of these from the Media Monarchy page, so bookmarking them is optional.Sibel Edmonds' Boiling Frogs Post
(sic) is the site by former Intelligence officer Sibel Edmonds, focusing upon the more mundane (when compared to, say, David Icke or Jordan Maxwell) matters of geo-political manipulation and pursuit of Empire as most people can comprehend it. James Corbett does work for Edmonds, videos that these two share across their respective sites, so there is some overlap; the real value here is in the audio podcast and the written analysis articles. However, one must be warned that, as an attempt to add commercial value, a lot of the content is behind a subscriber-only paywall for a period of time; this is usually 3-4 weeks, but that can vary, yet I think that it's worth either paying for a subscription or waiting out the paywall period to get access to the content.The Peace Revolution Podcast
is the foundation of Tragedy & Hope
, where you can also find similar podcasts such as Gnostic Media
, School Sucks
and Remedy Radio
. All of them are devoted to restoring Classical modes of education, the promotion of critical thinking and the presentation of alternatives to our present dominant social dogmas- as well as the historical foundation for both these alternatives as well as how our present world came to be. They, like Corbett and Pilato, eschew the wacky end of Crazytown in favor of that which they can prove by logic, reason and documentation. (You'd expect as such when John Taylor Gatto is one of their associates.)
That should be sufficient to get you started, dear reader. The ignorant cannot defeat Empire. Only through proper education, a life-long journey of discovery and process of development, can anyone become truly free and thus be properly autonomous. That is how Empire shall fall.