Journalist James Corbett is our guest for this Boiling Frogs interview, co-hosted with Sibel Edmonds. We talk about his research on eugenics and his views of the New World Order. Independent investigative journalist and producer James Corbett joins us to share with us his journey to and life in Japan as a journalist, how he began the production of his ground-breaking investigative video reports, and his definition of and views on independent media. He provides us with the birth and history of Eugenics, a pseudo scientific study of the presumed racial characteristics of various societal groups with an aim to explaining why the various peoples of the world occupy the positions they do based on the notion that the rich and powerful were rich and powerful because they were genetically superior, how this junk science, pandering as it did to the most racist and elitist interests of the moneyed class, became universally accepted in the Western world, where countries began implementing laws to allow the government to sterilize those citizens it deemed to be â€œunfit, and how the Rockefeller-funded Kaiser Wilhelm Institute gave the Nazi regime an ideological excuse to take the idea to its logical conclusion. Corbett explains the continuation of Eugenics under the new name- crypto-eugenics, the relationship and connections between this group and the ruling class and the power players of the New World Order, the role of various NGOs in continuation and implementation of the philosophy, and more!
James Corbett is an independent journalist who has been living and working in Japan since 2004. He has been writing and producing The Corbett Report, an online multi-media news and information source since 2007. Mr. Corbett also produces exclusive weekly investigative reports for Boiling Frogs Post. His forthcoming book, Reportage: Essays on the New World Order, will be available for purchase later this year. For more information about Corbett and his background please listen to Episode 163 of The Corbett Report podcast, Meet James Corbett.
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