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Episode 751 – George Webb, Steven Aukstakalnis & Joseph Meyer

Thursday June 1st 2017

In this edition we welcome back George Webb and newcomer Steven Aukstakalnis, with Joseph Meyer in the news section for commentary therein. Webb starts us off disclosing findings from the Seth Rich murder in spiraling rabbit hole format. Then, Steven Aukstakalnis comes to us and tells us about his book “Practical Augmented Reality”; telling about the current technology available on the market and what is coming in the future.


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31 Responses to Episode 751 – George Webb, Steven Aukstakalnis & Joseph Meyer

  1. show June 8, 2017 at 6:57 pm #

    Hey John B. While I enjoyed this “Webb” interview, I have since found out he is a huge fraud. Ask him about how the “MOSSD” is working out for him and his scammer staff. John, you have gotten burned in the past but this one tops it. AND, the bad news is there will be NO SHRIMP COCKTAIL. But if you ever are in Tampa, I will get you a huge Shrimp Cocktail!!!

  2. Christopher June 7, 2017 at 10:36 am #

    Looks as if a rabbit defanged the webb this last weekend. By way of deception thou shalt fall on your face.

  3. Kenneth June 6, 2017 at 9:44 am #

    Just an “old” man who heard Pres. Eisenhower speak. Only know JFK was right, Pres Johnson did the opposite anyway. The history follows. (by the way, I remember “the Huntley, Brinkley Report”).

  4. Kenneth June 6, 2017 at 9:32 am #

    I can’t imagine anyone living forever. It was “fun” while it lasted.

  5. Kenneth June 6, 2017 at 9:25 am #

    Our govt. sounds like crossing the Mexican border and “buying” a shoe polish.( I don’t want to meet your Mama, or sister).

  6. Kenneth June 6, 2017 at 9:11 am #

    Even J.E. Hoover could cover his “ass”.

  7. Kenneth June 6, 2017 at 9:06 am #

    Just an “acceptable” amount of corruption. Old “school” , just got out of hand.

  8. Kenneth June 6, 2017 at 8:59 am #

    Just for curiosities sake, how did the Dulles brothers fit in the “scheme”?

  9. Kenneth June 6, 2017 at 7:50 am #

    Why does anyone want to come here? Why not fix your own country? War has been a “natural” form of existence, I guess we have managed to keep it out of our back yard for over 150 yrs. Our turn now?(B.S.)!

  10. Samuel Harvey June 4, 2017 at 2:01 pm #

    Webb is an excellent investigator and a patriot to put all this together. The Problem is that nobody is interested in using the information to convict and punish these traders. I guess people are just afraid of the consequences and until this fear is squashed talk will do very little or nothing at all.

  11. Donna June 3, 2017 at 3:13 pm #

    I knew this was an important show because it took me two days to get it and, then it took me almost two hours to play part two with the constant Internet interruptions. Mr. Webb did a fantastic job in tying all the ends together; and, yes it all made sense. Now, I understand why Obama was adamant in keeping his private Blackberry as a sitting President. If people knew that most of the employees of the IRS are foreign nationals then you understand why there is no privacy.

    Mr. Wells, you said, “You took the thought right out of my brain,” is exactly the way the new computer will work. That’s why it can anticipate what you want because it has already via magnetism and focus on meridian points read your subjective thoughts. The problem is man-made or artificially created EMFs (generated by our computers) can overpower and devastate the natural world or human body where the EMFs of the natural body are harmonious with and supportive of life. “The information acquired is more precise via magnetism because the magnetic field pass through bone and all other tissues virtually (pun intended) unaltered, while electrical currents are blocked by bone; and no contact is needed (inserted chips) to obtain information from a person’s magnetic field. (pages 318-19 of Energy Medicine by Donna Eden). This is one of the reasons I use Windows 7 with an old computer. I’m prepared for the day when I can’t even access the Internet because of these relics.

    Also, the ears are affected by blockage in the meridians of the small intestines, gallbladder, triple warmer and cavitations in certain teeth meridians. For what it is worth, Alzheimers is caused by an infestation of parasites (namely flatworms) and solvents (benzene and isopropyl alcohol)

    As a sidenote, you can sometimes accomplish more if you are not regulated and controlled by a State–a degree or license by the “State.” This was a fantastic show. Thank you, Mr. Wells.

    • Brendi June 4, 2017 at 10:05 am #

      Your comments are here Donna?

  12. kyle June 3, 2017 at 1:50 am #

    Thanks John and George! Where can you get a better value, requested George yesterday and Bam!

  13. Guitana Matracia June 2, 2017 at 6:12 pm #

    OUTSTANDING trifecta

    CTM continually delivers beyond expectation ~ thanks is too slim a word.

  14. wwindsor June 2, 2017 at 6:09 pm #

    Stranahan has worked with GW.

    What he found will make your blood boil.

    Our tax dollars have been paying an unknown branch of CONgress linked with soros. See the obfuscation.

    • Keri June 10, 2017 at 12:51 pm #

      Thank you for the link. It is so important that everyone understand freedom of thought is not free. It takes dedication and diligence. This gentleman deserves our highest praise!

  15. Original Larry June 2, 2017 at 6:03 pm #

    As I said before, “It’s all about the blackberries”. Somehow my comment though has been deleted. I wonder why.
    It’s this kind of program that keeps me a member of CTM. I wanted to give credit to Mr. Ken Keeling. He is THE MAN,
    when it comes to finding guests who are interesting and timely. The second guest was excellent also. Coincidentally, we were just discussing the idea of purchasing VR glasses for my mom, who is in a nursing home, and seems to have given up on life.
    We thought maybe that would snap her out of whatever is going on in her mind. Of course, prayers help too.
    Congratulations, John B.

    “Original Larry:”

  16. Thomas Cool June 2, 2017 at 5:36 pm #

    George Webb was difficult to understand.

    • ROLAND EDGAR June 4, 2017 at 12:30 am #

      The amount of work George does is phenomenal. You can follow him on YouTube. You get the information raw as it happens.
      I replay all the programs, I have to do this to get all the information. I don’t watch the C to M interview videos, nor do I watch any news on TV, This is a fast moving situation as the USA fights for its freedom. This situation is complex and critical to all of us on the planet.

  17. Gwen Kraft June 2, 2017 at 4:35 pm #

    George, While I can only speak for myself, no rearrangement of corrupt people is acceptable. It’s not a question of settling for “a lot less corruption.” Any corruption is unacceptable. The citizens must otherwise, alike Icelanders, go physically into the legislation buildings and throw the criminals out into the street. We must ask for prosecution and justice of all these people regardless of their level of power. A celebrity politician must be held to the highest level of the law. No passes. No winks and nods. Serve full time and in some cases death.

    • ROLAND EDGAR June 4, 2017 at 12:31 am #

      Personally I would string ’em up on the noose.

  18. Andrew June 2, 2017 at 1:10 pm #

    Webb’s interview was like stepping into a Clancy/Ludlum written by Shakespeare reality.
    One can’t help but wonder how long will he last? Staying in the public spotlight seems to be his only way of keeping himself alive.
    God protect him in Jesus Name Amen & Amen & Amen.

    • ROLAND EDGAR June 4, 2017 at 4:10 am #

      We help God and Jesus to protect him, we protect him. Those who threaten him threaten us. They want to play dirty then we play with their entrails.

  19. ROLAND EDGAR June 2, 2017 at 3:14 am #

    So what happens when an individual searches for some truth amongst the Satanists and cowards who run our lives?

    Here in the UK you will get a silent ‘phone cal gtom

    This UK ‘phone number is used 01849 934 980 N. Ireland (disused)

    and this one also 01284 335 632 Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

    Preparation: Leave the line open and play Norman Greenbaum’s SPIRIT IN THE SKY or ACDC as your preference goes.

    That line will remain open and they can pay the bill. That particular line is now blocked at their end. Kinda fun, right?

    • ROLAND EDGAR June 2, 2017 at 5:16 am #


      Sent: 6/2/2017 11:10:27 A.M. GMT Daylight Time

      Subj: Saint-Petersburg Declaration

      Ma’am FYI Please note: ask your team to research the radio active discharge from the FUKUSHIMA site. This is the number one threat to all life on the planet.
      02.06.2017 June 2 2017

      Saint-Petersburg Declaration by the Russian Federation and the Republic of India: A vision for the 21st century

      We, the leaders of India and Russia, in the year that marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between our countries, note that the Indian-Russian special and privileged strategic partnership is a unique relationship of mutual trust between two great powers. Our relationship covers all areas of cooperation, including in the spheres of political relations, security, trade and economy, military and technical field, energy, scientific, cultural and humanitarian exchanges, and foreign policy, and helps promote national interests of both countries, and contributes to the establishment of a more peaceful and just world order.

      Our bilateral relations are based on deep mutual understanding and respect, similar priorities in economic and social development, as well as in foreign policy. We favor the same approaches to ensuring peace and security and shaping a global architecture that reflects cultural and civilizational diversity and at the same time strengthens unity of humankind. India-Russia relations have stood the test of time and have been immune to external influences.

      Russia unwaveringly supported India in its struggle for independence and helped it to achieve self-sufficiency. In August 1971, our countries signed the Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cooperation, which outlined fundamental principles of mutual relations such as respect for each other’s sovereignty and interests, good neighborliness and peaceful co-existence. Two decades later, in January 1993, India and Russia reaffirmed the inviolability of those provisions in the new Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation.

      The Declaration on Strategic Partnership between the Republic of India and the Russian Federation of October 3, 2000, took the bilateral relations to a new level characterized by coordinated approaches towards ensuring international peace and security, addressing major global and regional issues, as well as close cooperation in economic, cultural, educational and other areas. This partnership was further elevated to the level of a Special and Privileged Strategic Partnership on 21 December 2010.

      Advancing the comprehensive development of the Indian-Russian relations is an absolute priority of the foreign policy of both States. We will continue to widen our scope of cooperation by launching large-scale initiatives in different spheres and enhance and enrich our bilateral agenda so as to make it more result-oriented.

      The economies of India and Russia complement each other in the energy sector. We will strive to build an “Energy Bridge” between our States and expand bilateral relations in all areas of energy cooperation, including nuclear, hydrocarbon, hydro and renewable energy sources and in improving energy efficiency.

      India and Russia note that wider use of natural gas, an economically efficient and environmentally friendly fuel, which has become an integral part of the global energy market, is highly significant for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and will assist in fulfilling the provisions of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, as well as achieving sustainable economic growth.

      Cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy has emerged as one of the hallmarks of the strategic partnership between the two countries, contributing to India’s energy security and energizing broader scientific and technological cooperation. With concerted efforts on both sides, there has been a series of steady and demonstrable achievements in our civil nuclear partnership, including advancing nuclear power projects at the Kudankulam site and transforming it into one of India’s largest energy hubs. We welcome the conclusion of the General Framework Agreement and Credit Protocol for Units 5 and 6 of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant. We will work towards the implementation of the Strategic Vision for Strengthening Cooperation in Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy signed between the two countries on December 11, 2014. The future of Indian-Russian cooperation holds great promise across a wide spectrum covering nuclear power, nuclear fuel cycle and nuclear science and technology.

      The growing partnership in the nuclear power sector between India and Russia has opened opportunities for developing advanced nuclear manufacturing capabilities in India in line with Government of India’s “Make in India” initiative. India and Russia commit themselves to earnestly implement the “Programme of Action for Localization in India” signed on 24 December 2015, and to encourage their nuclear industries to engage closely and foster concrete collaborations.

      We are interested in launching joint projects on exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons in the Arctic shelf of the Russian Federation.

      We will develop joint strategies to harness the potential for mutually beneficial cooperation in the field of deep sea exploration and development of hydrocarbon resources, polymetallic nodules, and other marine resources utilizing strengths in the field of maritime research and training to develop mutually beneficial cooperation. (NOTE: Fukushima discharge hazard)

      We welcome cooperation among energy companies of both States in modernizing the existing power stations and building new ones in the territory of India. We will endeavour to develop joint projects in each other’s countries through sharing of technologies, experience of working in different terrains and climatic conditions, and use of energy efficient technologies for creation and propagation of cleaner, climate friendly and affordable energy resources.

      Our major economic objectives include expanding trade and investment and diversification of trade in goods and services, in particular increasing the share of high-technology products in bilateral trade, fostering industrial cooperation, improving the environment for entrepreneurship and investments and developing cooperation in banking and financial matters between the two countries. As the next stage of our strategic partnership, we will extend our bilateral technical, economic and scientific cooperation to third countries by undertaking joint development projects in mutually agreed sectors.

      We will coordinate our efforts to promote settlements of Indian-Russian trade in national currencies to reduce dependence of our bilateral trade on other currencies. We will jointly encourage our business communities to use the existing workable schemes and mechanisms for settlements in national currencies elaborated by the Reserve Bank of India and the Bank of Russia.

      We will coordinate our positions in order to develop a credit rating industry that is transparent for the market participants and independent from political conjuncture. In this sense we support work aimed at exploring the opportunities of harmonization of our legislation in the area of credit ratings, as well as the recognition of ratings of our local credit rating agencies.

      We acknowledge the importance of developing economic cooperation at the regional level. We will facilitate an early commencement of negotiations on a free trade agreement between the Eurasian Economic Union and the Republic of India.

      We appreciate the compelling logic of regional connectivity for peace, progress and prosperity. We believe that connectivity must be strengthened. It should be based on dialogue and consent of all parties concerned with due respect to sovereignty. The Russian and Indian Sides being guided by the principles of transparency, sustainability and responsibility, reiterate their commitment to build effective infrastructure for the International North South Transport Corridor and implementation of the Green Corridor.

      We take note of the fact that both States are committed to building knowledge based economies, on the basis of latest scientific advances and innovation. We will broaden cooperation in designing, developing, manufacturing and bringing to foreign markets high-technology products and strengthen scientific collaboration in areas such as space technology, aviation, new materials, agriculture, information and communication technologies, medicine, pharmaceuticals, robotics, nanotechnology, supercomputing technologies, artificial intelligence and material sciences. We welcome the establishment of the High Level Committee on Cooperation in High Technologies between the two countries.

      We will work together to step up joint efforts aimed at modernizing infrastructure, explore ways to jointly respond to urbanization challenges, address issues related to ensuring food security, preserving water and forest resources, and share experience in carrying out economic reforms and national programs for the development of small and medium enterprises and in skill development.

      We will work together to further develop the potential for cooperation in the diamond industry with an objective to take full advantage of existing strengths and resources of both our countries in this area. We will also intensify our joint efforts to counter undisclosed synthetic stones entering diamond market and to support the development of generic marketing programmes for diamonds.

      Recognizing the strength of Russia in shipbuilding, river navigation and desalination technologies, we will work together to develop joint projects through transfer of technology and experience sharing for developing inland waterways, river embankments, ports and cargo containers towards effective utilization of extensive river systems in India.

      We will work together in development of high speed railways, dedicated freight corridors, and application of newer technologies for efficient rail transport through joint development and sharing of technologies, and training of personnel to benefit from each other’s competences in the railroad sector.

      We will work together to improve market access for agriculture and food commodities in each other’s country and develop joint strategies through research & development for utilization of existing potential in the agriculture and food processing sector covering an entire spectrum of activities from farming, harvesting, production, processing to marketing strategies.

      We will work together to explore joint projects for effective use of natural resources in each other’s country through application of existing technologies and development and sharing of newer technologies for search in the field of mining & metallurgy for affordable and climate friendly utilization of natural resources.

      We note that India will become the third largest aviation market by 2020 and in this connection, recognize that the Regional Connectivity Scheme of the Government of India provides an opportunity for strengthening cooperation in joint production and setting up of joint ventures in India in the field of aviation manufacturing to serve the demand created and for export to third countries.

      Our bilateral defense cooperation is built on strong mutual trust. Russia exports its modern military technologies to India. We will upgrade and intensify this cooperation, through joint manufacture, co-production and co-development of military hardware and military spares, with increasing reliance on the adoption and sharing of future technologies, in compliance with the obligations of the sides under the existing agreements on military-technical cooperation.

      We will work towards a qualitatively higher level of military-to-military cooperation. We will continue holding regular joint land and sea military exercises, and training in each others’ military institutions. This year will see the first ever Tri-services exercise INDRA–2017.

      We see ample opportunities for bilateral cooperation in space research, with a view to using relevant technologies for the benefit of society.

      We will continue joint work to prevent and respond to natural disasters.

      We intend to enhance and actively promote greater cooperation between our regions and states, with a particular emphasis on the Far East region of Russia.

      India and Russia regard the establishment of the multi-polar global order in international relations as a reflection of natural and inevitable process of evolution of interstate relations in the 21st century. In this regard, we will enhance collaboration to democratise the system of international relations based on the principles of the rule of law and the central role of the United Nations coordination of world politics. We believe that there is a need to reform the United Nations and in particular, the United Nations Security Council to make it more representative of contemporary realities and to respond more effectively to emerging challenges and threats.

      Russia reaffirms its strong support to India’s candidature for a permanent seat in a reformed United Nations Security Council. We will support the advancement of a positive unifying global agenda, effectively engage in international efforts to strengthen peace and ensure global and regional stability and security, confront challenges and threats, and actively promote just and coordinated approaches to crisis resolution.

      We will work to foster the democratisation and reform of global political, economic, financial and social institutions, for them to better accommodate the interests of all members of the international community. We oppose any recourse to unilateralism or lack of respect to sovereignty, ignoring the core concerns and legitimate interests of the countries. In particular, we do not accept the unilateral use of political and economic sanctions as a means of exerting pressure.

      We intend to further build up fruitful cooperation within BRICS, which, as a result of our joint efforts, enhances consistently its authoritative and influential role in global affairs.

      We will continue to develop cooperation within other multilateral forums and organizations, including the WTO, G20 and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, as well as Russia-India-China cooperation.

      India’s full membership in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization will considerably enhance the Organization’s capabilities to ensure peace and stability, achieve economic development and prosperity in Eurasia and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as improve the Organization’s international standing.

      We will continue facilitating efforts to build an open, well-balanced and inclusive security architecture in the Asia-Pacific region based on shared principles and taking into account the legitimate interests of all States of the region, including through the development of relevant dialogue in the framework of the East Asia Summit.

      We will further coordinate our positions on the challenging issues of restoration of peace and stability in the Middle East and North Africa, settlement of the Syrian crisis, achievement of national reconciliation in Afghanistan, including in the agreed framework of the Moscow dialogue, using the laid down principles of national sovereignty and non-interference in internal affairs, while encouraging the countries to lead the change from within.

      India and Russia have a shared commitment to preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

      Russia is convinced that India’s participation in multilateral export control regimes will contribute to their enhancement. In this context, Russia welcomes India’s applications for the membership in Nuclear Suppliers Group and the Wassenaar Arrangement and reiterates its strong support for India’s earliest admission to these export control regimes.

      We strongly condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and stress that there can be no justification whatsoever for any acts of terrorism, whether based upon ideological, religious, political, racial, ethnic or any other reasons. Together, we will continue efforts to combat international terrorism, which poses a great threat to maintenance of peace and security. We are convinced that the unprecedented spread of this threat requires decisive collective response on part of the entire global community, without double standards and selectivity, in accordance with international law and the UN Charter.

      We urge all countries and entities to work sincerely to disrupt terrorist networks and their financing, and stop cross-border movement of terrorists. We call for early conclusion of negotiations on the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism to strengthen the global counter-terrorism normative and legal framework to combat this scourge.

      Sharing common approaches to providing security in the use of information and communication technologies, we intend to keep working together for developing universal rules, standards and principles of responsible behaviour of the States in this context, on the basis of democratisation and a model representing multi-stakeholderism with primacy of the State, in global internet governance.

      We recognize the necessity to activate bilateral interaction in this sphere on the basis of the Indian-Russian Intergovernmental Agreement on Cooperation in the field of Security in the use of Information and Communication Technologies.

      Taking into account the profound mutual interest, sympathy and respect between the peoples of India and Russia, we will contribute to further developing bilateral contacts in the sphere of culture and sports, including by organizing annual festivals and exchanges. We welcome the organizing of events in different cities in both countries to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Russia in 2017–18.

      Bilateral cooperation in the sphere of education offers great opportunities. We will work to strengthen cooperation in the field of education through promoting direct contacts among universities and academic institutions and providing assistance to students from the two countries.

      Our Bilateral cooperation in the sphere of Science & Technology offers great opportunities. We are committed to work together to address global challenges like Climate change, Environmental protection, Clean energy, Cyber security, Affordable health care, Marine biology etc through scientific discoveries and to explore priority areas of common interest. (note: FUKUSHMA DISCHARGE HAZARD)

      We are working together to create networks of knowledge centers, connectivity of minds and scientific corridors to augment innovation led technology development for societal development.

      We intend to further foster development of tourism and people-to-people contacts, including by easing the visa regime.

      We are confident that India and Russia will continue to remain a role model for harmonious and mutually beneficial partnership and strong friendship between two states. Building on the shared vision of development of bilateral relations, we will succeed in further realizing the immense potential of India-Russia special and privileged strategic partnership for the benefit of our States and international community as a whole.

      Presented by Roland Edgar DENT GBR DL13 3PR

    • ROLAND EDGAR June 2, 2017 at 6:02 am #


      Living costs in the Ukraine have gone up about 40%. Wages have gone down by about 30% Used car sales are up by 40%. Those with a little money want OUT.

      The EU has given them visas to get out. WIN-WIN situation for the globalist fascist thugs.

      The EU gets cheap labour. The KIEV junta gets rid of the citizens with a brain.

      The EU gets high quality people with first class educations and good morals and strong work ethics.

      Called ETHNIC CLEANSING the sophisticated way. WIN, WIN, and WIN for the fat cats.
      Sent: 6/2/2017 11:48:36 A.M. GMT Daylight Time

      Subj: Kiev City Council

      Ma’am FYI

      Faithfully Roland Edgar Dent GBR DL13 3PR

    • ROLAND EDGAR June 2, 2017 at 9:42 am #

      Sent: 6/2/2017 3:27:55 P.M. GMT Daylight Time
      Subj: Johannes Hahn Retweeted
      Dear EU Principals

      Johannes Hahn Retweeted THIS WAS ON TWITTER THE EU PAID THE KIEV SCUM TO OUST THESE INNOCENT PEOPLE Doczy‏ @MDoczy 2h2 hours ago MoreHumbling visit to #Shyrokine in #UkraineØ<ÝúØ<Ýæ East: Conflict cost 10.000 lifes, millions displaced. not forgotten! #Europe Ø<ÝêØ<Ýú

      I did not expect to witness this in my life time. Nor did I expect the EU to support the criminal scum who did this to ordinary people.

      Well over 10k lives lost and well over 20k disabled for life.

      2,5 million had to run away. Those who are left are old and poor.

      Nor did I expect NAZI methods to be used again.

      Of course CANADA and the USA have not signed the UN mandate to outlaw NAZI method.

      The West has decided the E Ukrainians are "Untermensch".

      I spit on all of you who sanctioned the support of KIEV.

      May you all BURN IN HELL.

      Roland Edgar Dent GBR DL13 3PR

  20. Eric Butler June 2, 2017 at 12:33 am #

    Cool will be the death of humanity. What good is anything…….if it isn’t real.

  21. 0l8l0 June 1, 2017 at 8:57 pm #

    Mr. Webb’s investigation into the Seth Rich murder has been mind-blowing. Can’t wait to listen to him tonight.

  22. Janice Clark June 1, 2017 at 8:19 pm #

    YES YES YES can’t wait to listen. Thank you John B!