Obama In Hiroshima, US/UK Terror Drills, & TSA’s “Breaking Point”

This week on the New World Next Week: Obama goes for the ultimate Hiroshima photo op; the DHS gases the New York subway; and the public reaches their TSA breaking point. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open […]

Zika Freakout, Negative Rates, & Gene Editing

This week on the New World Next Week: The pandemic of panic spreads as the Zika freakout sets in; Japan welcomes negative interest rates as the central banks become even more desperate to maintain the bubble; and say hello to designer babies thanks to human gene editing. New World Next Week — the video series […]

This Is What Government "Protection" Looks Like

This week on the New World Next Week: Japan begins restarting its nuclear reactors; the EPA pollutes Colorado’s animas river with 3 million gallons of toxic sludge; and an Indian activist raises awareness of Unilever’s crimes by way of a viral music video. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and […]

TPP Protesters Crash Senate Committee Hearing On World Government

Protesters opposed to a major, multi-national trade deal being negotiated in secret by a dozen countries – including the United States – hijacked a US Senate hearing early Tuesday to speak out against the proposal. Capitol Police removed no fewer than three demonstrators Tuesday morning during testimony delivered before the Senate Committee on Finance by […]

Princes of the Yen: Central Banks and the Transformation of the Economy (Full Documentary)

A film about the power of central banks and the transformation of the economy. The film begins by saying: ‘This is a film about the power of Central Banks. Central Banks have the power to create economic, political and social change. This is how they do it’. And that’s exactly what the film shows. Central […]

Fukushima Responders Starting To Get Sick

“Within weeks of setting off a geiger counter and scrubbing three layers of skin off his hands and arms, former Navy quartermaster Maurice Enis recalled being pressured to sign away U.S. government liability for any future health problems. Enis and about 5,000 fellow sailors aboard the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier had finally left Japan, […]

This Abandoned Island was Once the Most Densely Populated Place on Earth

Hashima Island, 11 miles off the coast of Nagasaki, is known by two nicknames: “Gunkanjima” (Battleship Island) and “Midori nashi shima” (island without green). The austere brutality conjured by these names is reflected in its appearance — Gunkanjima is a narrow lump of rock covered in the crumbling remains of a crowded concrete village. Mitsubishi […]