Carbon Schemes, Simple Sabotage, & Recruitment Resistance

This week on the New World Next Week: the EU emissions trading scheme is a multi-billion dollar fraud; the CIA teaches us how to sabotage government; and the UK Army is having trouble finding new recruits as British youth reject the military.

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.

In this week’s episode:

Story #1: EU Auditors Find Billions of Dollars Of Fraud In EU Emissions Trading Scheme
Enron Environmentalism: The Carbon Credits Scam Pumps Millions of Tonnes More Greenhouse Gases Into The Atmosphere
Paris Climate Deal to Ignite a $90 Trillion Energy Revolution
PDF: The New Climate Economy – The Global Commission On The Economy And Climate

Story #2: Declassified CIA Manual Shows How US Uses Bureaucracy to Destabilize Governments
Timeless Tips for ‘Simple Sabotage’

Story #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek – Young People in The UK Aren’t Interested In Joining The Military
Flashback: US Is Recruiting Misfits For Army (Oct 2006)
Flashback: Military Accepting More Ex-Cons (Feb 2007)
Flashback: Gangs Spreading In The Military (July 2007)
Flashback: Army Expands By Lowering The Bar On Recruits (Nov 2007)

#GoodNewsNextWeek Updates: Finland Considering Giving Every Citizen $876 a Month In ‘Basic Income’
Russia Claims Aim to Become World’s Largest Organic Food Hub

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates: Australian Police Storm Home Of Outed Bitcoin “Founder”
Global Oil Prices Plunge Below $40
IMF Enters Cold War By Forgiving Ukraine’s Debt To Russia
German Chancellor Angela Merkel Named CIA/Skull & Bones/Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year
IRS Power To Revoke Passports Signed Into Law

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