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Interview 925 – James Perloff on “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior”
Corbett • 08/09/2014


Author and researcher James Perloff joins us once again, this time to discuss his most recent book, “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior.” We discuss a range of subjects covered by the book, from false flag events and pretexts for war to the depopulation agenda, Zionism, the Rockefeller-funded ecumenical movement, the culture creation industry and more. We also engage in a discussion on differences in political ideology and the solution to the global government agenda.
Update: Note received from James Perloff after the interview:
There’s a clarification I’d like to make regarding your early question of whether the Establishment is patriotic or anti-patriotic. They are absolutely anti-patriotic and anti-sovereignty. This is proven by everything they write in in their internal organs such as the journal Foreign Affairs. Their occasional public flag-waving is simply to motivate young men to enlist and the people to get behind their wars.
Just to take World War I as an example, the war was used to destroy the sovereignty of other empires and nations–such as the Ottoman Empire, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Russia, the kaiser’s Germany, etc. Europe was sweepingly restructured and brought loosely under the internationalist League of Nations. But to get American soldiers to partake in this plan of nation-destruction, here in America the flag was waved, Uncle Sam appeared on recruiting posters, and people were told they were ‘defending America.’ However, these patriotics were propaganda solely for the purpose of manipulating of the public, and that process continues to this day, as when soldiers are sent to the Middle East on the pretext that they are defending our freedoms.
Ultimately, they have America’s sovereignty in their gun sights as well, as proven by the CFR’s push for a North American Union.
In the interview, I said it depended on context, and I don’t think my answer communicated it with adequate clarity, as is apt to happen in an impromptu response.
Update 2: Received from James Perloff August 11th
James, since you kindly posted my comments on democracy, I’d like to try adding add a couple more.
In our first interview, on the Shadows of Power, we’d been totally on the same page; so I was unprepared for challenges in the second interview. This is my fault, but I’d like to add further perspective that I consider relevant, but that I didn’t think of spur-of-the-moment.
(1) Regarding monarchies—this is not a major focus of Truth Is a Lonely Warrior, it is one section of one chapter, out of nearly 30 chapters and appendices. I was certainly not raised a monarchist; I grew up in a middle-class American home and was taught what a tyrant King George III supposedly was.

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