Episode 382 – Your Body, Their Choice : The Corbett Report

17-07-20 03:44:00,

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Stripped of its contextual baggage, the phrase “My Body, My Choice” makes a compelling rallying cry because it conveys a fundamental truth that we all innately understand: I have the claim to my own body and what is done to it. So why, then, are we being asked to believe that when it comes to vaccinations during a declared pandemic it is “Your Body, Their Choice”?

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SHOW NOTES

Board of Health – September 23, 2019 – Part 1 of 2

Toronto Public Health’s Strategy to Address Vaccine Hesitancy

Union Pacific Railway Co. v. Botsford, 141 U.S. 250 (1891)

Schoendorff v. Society of New York Hospital (1914)

Jacobsen v. Massachussetts.

Forced Vaccination: The Tragic Legacy of Jacobson v Massachusetts by Barbara Loe Fisher

Jacobson v Massachusetts is “one of the most important pieces of public health jurisprudence

Buck v. Bell

How & Why Big Oil Conquered the World

Del Debates Dershowitz

State Bar Association’s Health Law Section Report Calls for Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination, Standards for Allocating Ventilators and Personal Protective Equipment

How Did Potatoes Get So Popular? – #PropagandaWatch

New COVID-19 restrictions will be needed for anti-vaxxers

WHO: Anti-vaccination campaigns threaten global health

Should the COVID-19 vaccine be mandatory? | The Social

But that’s called the death panel and you’re not supposed to have that discussion.

SAGE working group dealing with vaccine hesitancy

REPORT OF THE SAGE WORKING GROUP ON VACCINE HESITANCY

Amid COVID-19 Vaccine Race,

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Episode 211 – Expertology

10-10-19 09:18:00,

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The experts always know best…or do they? Join us today on The Corbett Report podcast as we scrutinize the media’s ready reliance on “experts” to say what the establishment wants to be said, and what this practice means for the rise of the scientific dictatorship.

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Episode 358 – The 5G Dragnet : The Corbett Report

21-06-19 10:03:00,

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Telecom companies are currently scrambling to implement fifth-generation cellular network technology. But the world of 5G is a world where all objects are wired and constantly communicating data to one another. The dark truth is that the development of 5G networks and the various networked products that they will give rise to in the global smart city infrastructure, represent the greatest threat to freedom in the history of humanity.

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TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES:

STEVE MOLLONKOPF: 5G will upgrade the human experience at home and across industries as we connect virtually everything. By 2020, analysts estimate that there will be more than 20 billion installed IoT devices around the world, generating massive amounts of data. With access to this kind of information, industries of all kinds will be able to reach new levels of efficiency as they add products, services, and capabilities.

SOURCE: CES 2017 Qualcomm Keynote: A Vision for Our 5G Future

As you may have heard by now, telecom companies are currently scrambling to implement fifth-generation cellular network technology. Dubbed “5G,” these networks will make use of millimeter electromagnetic waves, also dubbed Extremely High Frequency, or EHF radiation, to transmit information faster than ever before. 5G networks promise to deliver data 100 times faster than the existing 4G networks and to reduce latency as much as 98%.

The promise of 5G was promoted by Tom Wheeler, then-Chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), when he made a presentation on the US government’s vision for the rollout of 5G in America in 2017.

TOM WHEELER: Yes, 5G will connect the internet of everything. If something can be connected, it will be connected in the 5G world. But with the predictions of hundreds of billions of microchips connected in products from pill bottles to plant waterers,

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Episode 357 – Language is a Weapon : The Corbett Report

14-06-19 12:24:00,

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“In our time it is broadly true that political writing is bad writing” wrote George Orwell 70 years ago, and the observation remains true today. But bad writing is not just bad writing; the language employed by politicians (and their string pullers) can literally be a matter of life and death. Join James today on the podcast as he delves into the tyrants’ linguistic weapons and how we can arm ourselves against them.

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SHOW NOTES

Politics and the English Language, by George Orwell (text)

Politics and the English Language, by George Orwell  (video)

Corbett Report Radio 186 – Politics and Language with Andrew Gavin Marshall

“Enemy Combatants” and drone killings

The Tyranny of Words by Stuart Chase

Episode 350 – History Is Written By The Winners

The WWI Conspiracy

re:publica 2012 – Rick Falkvinge – Working swarm-wise

Swarmwise by Rick Falkvinge

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Episode 355 – The Dark History of the Minimum Wage : The Corbett Report

13-04-19 06:23:00,

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There’s something strange about the idea of a minimum wage. It’s one of those subjects that everyone has a strong opinion about, even if they have no idea what makes actual economic sense. But perhaps the most surprising thing of all is that the minimum wage has a dirty secret that most economists don’t want you to know about. Today we explore The Dark History of the Minimum Wage.

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TRANSCRIPT

Minimum wage laws continue to be a political football issue in the United States, with the Fight For $15 movement and various organizations across the country campaigning for a living wage so that low wage workers who are struggling to support a family can make ends meet.

On the surface, it seems like common sense. After all, if there were no minimum wage laws then greedy business owners would just employ slave labour, right? And it’s not like there’s any harm in raising wages. It’s a boon for the poor and a boon for the economy. Right?

But there’s something strange about the idea of a minimum wage. It’s one of those subjects that everyone has a strong opinion about, even if they have no idea what makes actual economic sense. And, as in most cases, what we don’t know about the economics of wage floors can hurt us.

But perhaps the most surprising thing of all is that the minimum wage has a dirty secret that most economists don’t want you to know about.

Today we explore The Dark History of the Minimum Wage.

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So why $15 an hour? Why not $20? Or $50? Heck, if we made the minimum wage $150 an hour we’d all be millionaires.

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