Jim Corr on Lisbon, 9/11 and the New World Order

On TodayFM yesterday:

Update: Reuploaded to YouTube, it gets slightly cut off due to YouTube 10 min limit:

Comments closed. Plenty of other places to wear tinfoil hats and talk about the secret rulers of the earth.

55 Responses to “Jim Corr on Lisbon, 9/11 and the New World Order”

  1. Piaras Kelly says:

    I was thinking a graphic of Michael Douglas from Falling Down might be more apt.

  2. Mr T says:

    This is conveniently cut to leave out the video to back up his claims.

  3. […] It obviously wouldn’t be The Corrs and the quite obviously insane Jim Corr (via MC […]

  4. Branedy says:

    And a Scientific Dictatorship is a bad thing? Or is this just more demonization of Science?

  5. Eoin Purcell says:

    Deary me!

    It worries me so much that people can actually believe such bullcrap!


  6. le craic says:

    Read about it this morning. All those years of his sisters getting all the limelight are obviously taking their toll.

  7. Adam says:

    Why is everything an ‘ism’?

    For example, they’re creating a new world order via ‘gradualism’. Why aren’t they just doing it gradually?

    Anyway, thanks for that – superb stuff.

    I suppose this is what happens when you spend years in a dressing room with three beautiful women that you can’t have sex with. He was bound to snap at some stage.

  8. Shane says:

    Somebody call Jon Ronson and tell him he’s got a new project.

  9. […] And so it was that The Corrs career in America ended. Good work, Jim! […]

  10. Gavin says:

    i think jim shot himself in the foot. He clearly just watched the hit film Zeitgeist. http://www.zeitgeist.com

    its very interesting, but take it with a grain of salt.

  11. Gavin says:

    sorry… i left the wrong link. try this one!


  12. fatmammycat says:

    I for one welcome our Amero-anadaopeia overlords!

  13. Gavin says:

    and the link he is trying to leave at the end is this one http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=911+mystery&sitesearch=#q=911%20m&sitesearch=

  14. Pat says:

    This stuff he discusses are explained in this book:
    The Syndicate: The Story of the Conspiracy Behind World Government by Nicholas Hagger

    I’d believe parts of it but the author goes nuts towards the end of the book discussing religion and how all the top politicians worship Satan. LOL

  15. Karl says:

    OMG! That was pure brilliance! I have’nt laughed so much in ages! Give more airspace I say! Maybe he and David Ike could have babies and create an uber-race of uber-celebrity nutters! PMSL!

    I especially love “Canada will form with Mexico”!

    Hahahhahhahahah! Love it! Go on Jim ye mad yoke! How’s yer sister by the way? lmao! America is a botched up pile of shit, but this is mad Ted! Mad!


  16. […] over on Mulley.net this morning, make sure you listen. Jim Corr; Bat Shit Crazy. Twenty has a good pic […]

  17. cgarvey says:

    I’m laughing (somewhat in disbelief), but that makes me feel like I’m doing something wrong (like pointing at the special kids in school, or the pissed-as-a-fart-not-all-that-well uncle at the wedding). Poor Jim.

  18. roosta says:

    This is fantastic. Dundalk is proud of you, you manic!

  19. Karl says:

    Someone buy that man a Maws Bah orw a Stah Bah to shut his mouth up!


    Actually, in fairness, with my serious head on it’s clear that Poor Jim Corr is having a Manic Episode. Manic episodes are not always what we think and can often be delusions grandeur such as one thinking one has the power to fly, or can speak to Elvis or whatever. And as one commentor pointed out it’s probably got a lot to do with being under the star shadow of his oh so gorgeous sisters and he’s hit melt down by the looks of it.

    Either that or there’s a new Corrs Album out soon eh Jimboy? LMAO!

    PS: Great blog for putting this up! Made my Friday so it has! 😉

  20. […] also talking about this on boards.ie and Damien blogged about this earlier today (but the YouTube video he referenced doesn’t have the full […]

  21. Alexia Golez says:


    “I suppose this is what happens when you spend years in a dressing room with three beautiful women that you can’t have sex with. He was bound to snap at some stage.”

    Well, they are his sisters.. 🙂 Unless, of course, you’re saying that incest is okay..

  22. Cian says:

    twas cut to get onto youtube in teh first place 10min max.

    Its a pity though cos that last line is a clincher!

  23. hedonaut says:

    “Well, they are his sisters.. Unless, of course, you’re saying that incest is okay..”

    I think that may be what he was implying.

  24. NiallOK says:

    What last line, Cian? – the last thing he says in the interview is promoting the “9/11 Mysteries” video on Google Video. (Full interview as podcast here).

  25. 73man says:

    Nothing like “a bit of time on his hands” to revert to exceptionally detailed conspiracies when his personal world is collapsing around him. Anything but look into his own life and decisions that he has control over.

    I’m with Karl: this guy needs to have a good long sit down with someone and talk these things through: “Actually, in fairness, with my serious head on it’s clear that Poor Jim Corr is having a Manic Episode. “

  26. Paul McClean says:

    Dundalk’s very own David Icke. At last!

  27. Good grief. His phrase “tiptoe totalitarianism” is quite zippy though. I’m with 73 man – the speed at which the guy was talking; the fact that there was some loose surface logic there but the assumptions made are giant leaps – it definitely looks like the guy’s having a spot of the old manics.

  28. Basra says:

    Have any of you researched his claims?
    You should check out Scholars for truth. http://st911. org They are a collection of over 80 scholars of architecture, many fields of science including physics, Engineering, etc.They believe that 9/11 was an inside job and have started their own international organization and some of them tour America and the world doing conferences on the subject.

    Also Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth!
    They are Architects and Engineers Re-examining the WTC Collapses — Word from the editor

    The 6 years since 9/11/01 has given us the time and space to emerge from the hypnotic trance of the shocks of these attacks and to rationally evaluate the existing and new evidence that has become available.

    9/11 was an inside Job! one only has to look at building 7. A child could tell you that was a controlled demolition. But then a child would have more courage to look with an open mind.

  29. MJ says:

    Hands up if you had to Wiki “technocracy”


  30. Cian says:

    @niallok nope thats the end – it wasnt cut at all so – didnt listen to the youtube one yet – have it on mp3 🙂

  31. Basra says:

    There are alot of debunk sites out there too but mostly by amateurs that take offence.

  32. 73man says:

    Ahem, take your pick from these for some reasons why conspiracy theories attract some and not others:


    Me? I wouldn’t believe any of them as all of these entries are written by proto-fascist, neo con, oneworld government, Zionist, Anti-Semite Communists.

  33. Wintermute says:

    Ok, so it all sounds a bit mad. We’ve heard it all before conspiracy after conspiracy, after conspiracy. It is easy to be on the debunking side as you need no proof, you just go with the flow, believe what you are told, maintain the status quo. Now how many times in our lifetimes has is been revealed that a politician lied, that the media were favouring a particular political message and so on and so forth?
    These ‘conspiracy’ theories about 911 don’t all add up, but the official story certainly doesn’t either. I feel that those in power are happy to have these conspiracies going around so that they can laugh them off and then not have to explain the official story because it is ‘top secret’. They keep people busy arguing among themselves without looking at the bigger picture. It’s all not as simple as left and right, but there has always been the need to divide and conquer and I’m sure Sun Tzu’s book in on every world leader’s desk.
    Jim Corr’s rant does not sound all that insane to me. Could any of it be proven.. not likely. But so many people attest to faith and we should believe them? If anything it is does seem that he is jumping on a bandwagon as Damien rightly points out on Blather, but then again the majority of people have jumped on the bigger bandwagon of trusting the media and not asking questions, not thinking for themselves. History has shown us that this has been a mistake.
    I note with interest that the few who are agreeing with some of what Jim said are remaining anonymous. This is somewhat understandable. I was going to post this on my own blog and not care about revealing myself. But then I thought; “well speaking my mind has got me in trouble before and I am currently looking for work abroad so maybe it’s better I hide my identity”. So this is purely self preservation! (You will get a good laugh by clicking the weblink here!). I’ve seen a lot of these films; Loose Change, Zeitgeist and they do ask some good questions. This is important. It is investigative journalism, something which the mainstream media has given up up a long time ago. Now they just read the from the autocue and sometimes give us ‘opinion’.
    But documentary as a format has allowed a more detailed look at news and piece together stands from the past. Two more mainstream acceptable one’s, incidentally both by Adam Curtis, are The Power Of Nightmares and The Century of The Self. Watch these and then think about what goes on behind closed doors at the highest levels of power.
    As Chuck D would say; “Don’t Believe The Hype” and remember that the hype is the mainstream. Take a swim up that tributary of thinking for yourself. Don’t have time?
    That’s half the problem.. this way of thinking.. Think of all the crap we do have time for. Learning doesn’t stop at school. Wake up.
    Everything is under control!

  34. Twenty Major says:

    Poor Jim Corr is having a Manic Episode.

    If only he’d have a Richey Manic episode.

  35. Adam says:

    @ Alexia –
    Well, they are his sisters.. 🙂 Unless, of course, you’re saying that incest is okay..

    No, no… not saying incest is OK – I’m just suggesting that maybe he has a gripe with society because it says incest is wrong and he wishes it didn’t.

    He’s let that anger at the world build up over the years and this is the result!

  36. Holy crap! I’m just waiting for him to start ranting on about Lizard People.

  37. Here’s another conspiracy theory for Jim: he’s really just an unwitting stooge for the ‘Yes’ campaign to discredit the ‘No’ campaign in one fell swoop. Take that cognitive dissonance and put it in your proverbial pipe. 😉


    You clowns make me laugh.

    You’d rather turn on SKY news and listen to the opinions of an ultra-right wing Zionist scumbag like Rupert Murdoch, than face the fact that ‘democracy’ is a myth and a tiny handful of super-rich OWN EACH AND EVERY FUCKING ONE OF YOU.

    Top marks to Jim for speaking up.
    He’s wasting his breath if these spud-chewing half-wits are anything to go by.

  39. Mongo says:

    You are all sheep. Mainstream media fools. Look up what Jim talked about and think for yourselves instead of calling him a nut. Watch loose change on myspace before you comment idiots. You sit there laughing at Jim because you think hes crazy, while I sit here laughing at your stupidity.

    Wake up. 911 truth movement.

  40. joe says:

    What gets me – is the amount of attention it is getting from the media as if it’s the first time anyone has ever mentioned this. Is the Irish media so thick or inward looking that they don’t realise this is old “news”? I have seen it mentioned many times an the last 3 years or so in UK papers and on UK TV. Are Irish journalists and radio chat show producers and hosts really that badly informed in Ireland?

  41. Alexia says:


    I’m just twisting your melon.. 🙂 It’s an interesting turn of mind, you have. Who knows?

  42. Hitler wanted lisbon says:

    He knows his stuff. Its all true. RESEARCH IT FOR YOURSELF!! instead of slagging him off because of what the liars at RTE BBC and SKY say.

  43. Evert Bopp says:

    Just because Jim drags up arguments about 9/11 that are hard to believe for most doesn’t mean that the issues raised about the Lisbon treaty are wrong.
    Do your homework before you vote…

  44. Colum says:

    Hey, the funniest bit is the BBC TV news broadcast at 4.30pm on the afternoon of 9/11. Newsreader Philip Hayton says he is getting a report that World Trade Centre Building 7 has just fallen. He cuts to their reporter in New York who looks very embarrassed and says that she is too far back to confirm this news about the building. As she speaks we can see Building no. 7 (still standing) behind her shoulder. A half an hour later World Trade Centre Building no. 7 (44 stories high) collapses in 9 seconds. It was not struck by a plane or anything. Poor old philip read the script but got the timing wrong! BBC claimed that they had lost the recording but luckily for them someone taped it and we can see it on 9/11 mysteries. A classic!

  45. David Quinn says:

    Its quite obvious that most of you have made little or no attempt to do your own research on 911. As Gore Vidal said the only plausible explanation for a passenger jet being able to fly unimpeded into the pentagon an hour and forty minutes after the attacks kicked off is that the airforce were given an order to stand down. But then most you probably dont even know who Gore Vidal is.

  46. Mac says:

    Taking an objective viewpoint has nothing to do with believing or not believing the fourth estate. Look at an issue, make your own mind up and run with it. Keep it open to new ideas and don’t be afraid to be challenged in your beliefs. Those who believe in conspiracy theories seem to have just as much a closed mind as those they deride. Re Jim Corr and his opinions I have to say my belief is that that was a load of hogwash. Oh and by the way the ECHR was incorporated in Ireland in 2001 as part of the Good Friday Agreement. The major criticism is that it is currently incorporated at a sub-constitutional level, but that is reflective of our status as a dualist state. The incorporation of the ECHR into the Reform Treaty provides a framework of fundamental rights that can be agreed upon by all members of the EU – there is much ECJ caselaw, esp commenced by Germany, that criticises the EU because it does not provide the same protection for fundamental freedoms as traditional constitutional structures. The development of the EU from a supranational to a quasi-federalistic state based on principles like subsidiarity demands greater efficiency in integration, which is primarily what the Reform Treaty is about. The Treaty actually increases transparency in decision making in the Commission which has been criticised hugely up to this point through its use of comitology. The Constitutional Treaty was rejected in France and the Netherlands because of national issues rather than problems with the EU. The major criticism i would have is with the apathy that exists within the electorate – and that is not just regarding issues that concern the EU. An academic called Joseph Weiler has said that there is an invasion of market mentality onto the sphere of politics where voters become consumers of political outcomes rather than active participants in the democratic process. Is this a conspiracy? Sallust said that only a few prefer liberty, most want nothing more than fair masters. I think this is probably a more pragmatic belief. Most of us do follow the herd. whether you agree with this is really down to your own beliefs. But at least form them objectively – we don’t have to live in Plato’s Cave. Nothing is black and white.

  47. […] this time with Jim Corr setting out his stall on the Lisbon Treaty on ‘The Last Word’ (via Mulley)…… I still haven’t received my booklet – clearly I’m a victim of the tiptoe totalitarians […]

  48. Why does he say box-cutters and not Stanley knives like we all do here in Ireland? And what does he mean by the war of terror?

  49. 73man says:

    @David Quinn: at least you are not being patronising.

    Go on off now and get your own blogs. Start with poiliticsnotconspiracies.blogspot.com?