On a special October 16, 2014 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism, I interviewed Arthur Topham, who has been charged as a political thought criminal for allegedly violating Canada’s Criminal Code provisions for “willfully promoting hatred,” for his writings at his site, RadicalPress.com.
In this interview, the issues we discussed included:
- The Ontario Civil Liberties Association supporting his case and calling for a repeal of all “hate crime” provisions in the Criminal Code and circulating a petition calling for the B.C. Attorney General to revoke her consent for the prosecution of Arthur Topham.
– He was charged with a crime after the Human Rights Commission was no longer to hear so-called hate cases in 2012.
– The tight control of the media and the blackout on mass media coverage of his case ever since November 2012 with a single National Post article.
– The phony media, with so-called liberal newspapers like the Toronto Star not making counter-point arguments to the supposed right-wing National Post newspaper on their article.
– The inconsistencies in the charge and with his prosecution.
– The Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees those charged “to be tried within a reasonable time,” yet he was charged in 2012, and his trial has finally been scheduled for October 2015.
– The political nature of the crime, with the Attorney General of the province having to sign off on it.
– The selective application of the law, with others not prosecuted, despite doing similar or more things than Arthur Topham did.
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The speakers’ list has been released for the third annual Liberty Now event in Toronto, November 1, 2014, which includes speakers from the Canadian Constitution Foundation and the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Adult tickets are available online for $30, $20 for students and $40 at the door.
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I have spoken out against Wikipedia’s lack of adherence to its neutral point of view policy, but it is great to get recognition by others in linking to an article on this site in order to provide documentable and accurate evidence in support of serious Wikipedia articles, like this one on the Bank of Montreal, where they linked to my article, Big Five Canadian banks: Consistently paying dividends since the 1800s.
“The company has not missed a dividend payment since 1829, paying dividends consistently though major world crises such as WWI, The Great Depression, WWII, and the 2008 Financial Crisis, this makes Bank of Montreal’s dividend payment history one of the longest in the world.“
“ “Big Five Canadian banks: Consistently paying dividends since the 1800s”. Faux Capitalism. 2010-07-01. Retrieved 2014-09-19.“
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An excerpt from an email to my Member of Parliament on October 10, 2014, on what every Canadian Member of Parliament should be aware of in lieu of Parliament’s vote to support air strikes against ISIS. Consider passing on this information to your Member of Parliament, and as things escalate according to plan, some may begin to raise questions behind closed doors and consider whether these military interventions are truly in the Canadian national interest.
“I wanted to draw your attention to the remarks of former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Gen. Wesley Clark, that indicate these latest events may all be part of a bigger plan being played out by others who have no Canadian national interest, as he appeared on the program Democracy Now! in 2007 (transcript here) and described his meeting with a General at the Pentagon in 2001 after the start of bombing in Afghanistan, and he was told “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.”
The timeline hasn’t held up, but since then, Iraq was invaded in 2003, Sudan was broken up in 2005 with South Sudan proclaiming independence in 2011, Lebanon’s former Prime Minister was assassinated in 2005, the U.S. has been continuing air strikes against Somalia to this day, Libya was taken over in 2011, the U.S. has since officially been providing military support to rebels against Assad in Syria, and Israel has repeatedly been saying that it will not hesitate to respond militarily to Iran’s ongoing nuclear program regardless of the international process through the IAEA.“
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There are still courageous scientists, doctors, journalists and publishers out there exposing the 30-year-old HIV/AIDS scam, and Patricia Goodson of Texas A&M University and the Frontiers peer-reviewed journal are the latest to aid in this regard.
Check out her September 23, 2014 article, “Questioning the HIV-AIDS hypothesis: 30 years of dissent,” for a synopsis of this ongoing saga, tragedy, crime and scam.
This article is particularly relevant with the current Ebola scare, to illustrate the tactics, institutions and individuals involved with the current health scare control grid in the United States.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged AIDS, AIDS scam, ebola, health scare, HIV, hypothesis, journal, Patricia Goodson, Texas A&M University, United States | Leave a Comment »
In a further demonstration of the lack of class of the producers and primary host of Coast to Coast AM, George Noory, they aired a classic Art Bell episode with David John Oates on October 4, 2014, that was originally aired on September 19, 1996.
The reason why this is significant is because Art Bell had sued Oates for defamation because of what a guest of Oates had alleged about Bell on his show, and a rift was caused between Bell and Premiere Radio Networks when they decided not to support him in his lawsuit, despite Art Bell creating the whole Coast to Coast AM franchise from nothing.
Since then, as I have documented, it has become a sneaky Zionist propaganda outlet, with hypocrite George Noory at the helm since 2003.
George Noory and the producers of Coast to Coast AM even stooped so low as to have Oates on as a guest on September 5, 2013, in direct response to Art Bell’s new show on Sirius XM, just to taunt Art and throw their weight around.
I am not a fan of Art Bell’s response to 9/11, nor of keeping Alex Jones off the show for the wrong reasons (Art kept him off because of being a “conspiracy theorist” as opposed to the real reason that Jones should’ve been kept off, because he’s a Zionist shill), but Art deserved better, and I would be happy to go on any of his future shows as a true alternative economics guest, as I tried to in 2013, and also stick it to the Zionist shills there who know very well who I am, thanks to my past articles and emails.
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From Tom Woods’ October 7, 2014 podcast, Austrian economist takes on bestselling college text, chapter by chapter, I noted that there was no challenge mentioned of mainstream economics textbooks advocating governments borrowing from private banks to pay for their legitimate government services rather instead of issuing the money directly, interest-free.
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