Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
Story #1: Mexican Drug King Worked for CIA, Says His Son
The CIA And The Drug Trade
Fill The Swamp: Trump Wants Record $54B Increase In Military Spending
Story #2: Minimum Wage Massacre As Wendy’s Unleashes 1,000 Robots To Counter Higher Labor Costs
The Robot That Takes Your Job Should Pay Taxes, Says Bill Gates
FriendFace Testing AI To Spot Potentially Suicidal Members
Google Can* (*Will/Did) Remotely Reset Your Google Router
Stuffed CloudPets Toys Leak Millions Of Voice Recordings From Kids, Parents
Story #3: Americans Have Fewer TVs On Average Than They Did In 2009
Should America try socialism? Should America try MORE socialism? This woman had no idea what she was walking into here.
Dave Rubin explains Trump’s executive order on immigration and travel (the “Muslim Ban.”) “From reading the document itself as well as analysis from other sources I generally trust, there is in no way this order, at the moment, is some kind of permanent ban on the people from the countries listed.”
In this New Year’s Eve episode of the Keiser Report Max and Stacy discuss the outlook for 2017: from Trump’s first 100 hours, not days to fake news and a market crash following the biggest rally since Hoover. In the second half Max is joined by Gerald Celente of trendsjournal.com to discuss the big trends of 2017: Rustbelt 2.0, economic disorder and ‘Sell, Buy China’.
Although it gets short shrift in the history textbooks, in many ways the modern American empire can find its origins in the Spanish-American War. Today we talk to James Perloff of JamesPerloff.com about his article on the war, “Trial Run for Interventionism,” and how the bankers used their media and political connections to launch the war and introduce foreign interventionism to the American psyche.
Since 1988, Donald Trump has been discussed as a potential United States presidential candidate, but when he officially announced his candidacy on June 16, 2015 the mainstream media refused to believe it. Over the next many months, Donald Trump would be attacked and criticized by the media – but were these criticisms legitimate? What is the Untruth About Donald Trump?