On the February 21, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism, I discussed:
Cutting through media censorship and fear mongering in the vaccine debate, and talk about the suspicious alleged killing of three Muslims in North Carolina and suspicious reported death of a young boy wandering out in the cold in Toronto.
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On the February 14, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I discussed:
Important monetary reform victory in Canada, the call for Congressional authorization for ground troops in Syria and Iraq, the bogus Islamic State, Niqab ban during Canada’s citizenship oath, kosher conservatism and the twin sisters of multiculturalism and sustained, mass immigration from around the world.
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Here’s monetary reformer Bill Still on an important monetary court case victory in Canada by COMER (the Committee for Monetary and Economic Reform), concerning the power of the federal and provincial governments to borrow money from the Bank of Canada interest-free (or effectively interest-free, by the federal government receiving the Bank’s profits).
Great news, indeed, and very important, since cases like this are usually thrown out due to standing issues, with the bogus claim by judges that the petitioners aren’t eligible to have their case heard due to reasons like not being directly affected, etc.
And unlike a direct constitutional challenge, they are actually pointing to a statute, which is very important, since the court can’t say that it’s just the petitioners’ interpretation of the constitution, but it’s right there as active law because unfortunately these judges and lawyers have been trained to treat statutes more seriously than plain-meaning interpretations of the Constitution itself.
What I do wonder is how they can force the government to get loans from the Bank of Canada, and also how they can be made interest-free, since the provision just mentions loans, but not the interest rate, and of course the banksters will not want them to be interest-free.
But there is a nice way that the loans become effectively interest-free if the federal government does the borrowing, since the government is the sole shareholder of the Bank, and all profits return to the government.
For my interview with Bill Still about his documentary, Jekyll Island, see here.
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On the January 31, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I discussed:
Publicity stunts, Donald Trump, Chuck Todd, Alex Jones, Christianity as an easy target, local churches shutting down, and the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom.
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On March 15, 2012, I wrote the article, Shades of Y2K — Gary North’s bogus Apple prediction, about Gary North’s bogus October 11, 2011 prediction that:
“Apple’s relentless descent to earth is inevitable. I can prove it in 15 words.”
“There is no one to follow him. There will never be another Steve Jobs at Apple.“
In my March 15, 2012 article, I had wrote:
“The closing price on Apple shares the day before his article was $388.81 USD per share.
As of March 15, 2012, in anticipation of the new iPad 3, Apple shares traded at over $600 per share — a 54% increase in just five months since his bogus prediction.“
Now, on January 26, 2015, what had been a bogus prediction is now an outrageously stupid prediction, with Apple shares having traded on the previous Friday at $112.98, with a 7-1 stock split value of $790.86, a 103% increase over its October 2011 value.
Yet, Gary North continues to get paid subscribers and continues to get published on LewRockwell.com, showing that it’s not about ability, but consistent writing and being connected.
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I was a guest on the Week in Conspiracy on January 10, 2015 (starting 12 minutes in), speaking for just over an hour about my awakening to alternative information not presented by the mass corporate-controlled media, the corrupt faux capitalism financial system, and disinformation gatekeepers within the alternative media.
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On the January 24, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism, I discussed:
Hey, hey, hey, it’s not Fat Albert, it’s Bill Cosby who came to town, Target Canada didn’t hit the mark and is going out of business, a woman who found porn on her cell phone, local government shenanigans and I am not Charlie.
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