I’ve been watching the trend towards open sharing and debate among some of the more illustrious and hard working researchers in the truth field. What’s good to see is that instead of guarding their little piece of the financial support pie they are sharing each other’s work. The are also making loose alliances being highly aware that any group that draws too much attention will be infiltrated.. … The wise and seasoned individual easily recognizes that each voice added to the mounting chorus of freedom is welcomed.
One of Tim Pool’s comments merits note as a stunningly inverted statement, clearly defining his lack of comprehension to the ongoing agenda: “Culture building is not downstream from politics.” In other words he actually believes culture drives politics.
A note to listeners and researchers everywhere, practice discernment and develop the habit of neutral observer as much as possible. So while I can and feel I should critique Tim Pool that doesn’t mean I feel compelled to trash him or call him a shill. The comment section of Bitchute is often a cesspool of name calling and practically useless because even if you make a well thought out comment you will never get a notification that someone has answered or questioned you. Perhaps the reader can hear my audible sigh.
SHOW NOTES AND MP3: https://www.corbettreport.com/gtw-conspiracydebate/
James joins Richard Grove and Tony Myers of the Grand Theft World podcast to dissect a heated discussion between Tim Pool and Luke Rudkowski about the importance (or unimportance) of conspiracy research. The conversation soon zeroes in on the nature of mediated reality and the problem of technologically determined narratives.