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On the November 25, 2012 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I covered the following articles:

1) This is what freedom and private property rights looks like

2) Don’t donate to Wikipedia until they live up to their stated guidelines

3) FauxCapitalist.com boosts its Google PageRank with original content

4) Republic Broadcasting shuts down Studio B

5) Coast to Coast AM bans peaceful anarchists

6) The Daily Bell demonstrates the importance of impression management

7) Why is Amazon Canada not selling Dr. Judy Wood’s book, Where Did the Towers Go?

8) Why the inflammatory, unscientific rhetoric in this 9/11 Truth article?

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On June 28, 2011, I wrote about Google’s PageRank changes which rewarded those sites featuring original content, which included FauxCapitalist.com, which went from a ranking of 2 to 3.

As of November 8, 2012, I see that Google has recognized my ongoing efforts to provide unique, original content by further boosting the ranking from a 3 to a 4.

For comparison, TheDailyBell.com, with its nearly half a dozen “elves,” possible millions of dollars in financing, weekly interviews with big names in the alternative economics community and regular linking by LewRockwell.com and Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, only has a Google PageRank of 5, so let’s see if they shoot the messenger of Google like they shot the messenger of Alexa once their Alexa ranking tanked after ending comments in the face of too much negative publicity.

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Dr. Rebecca CarleyDr. Rebecca Carley, who was on the Alex Jones Show in March of 2009, won’t be on the show again, and it became evident why from her July 3, 2012 appearance on Truth Hertz with Charles Giuliani.

At 39:15 (edited to remove pause words):

You have to admit, it’s pretty ingenious how they installed him. One thing I always tell people is that, you know, you don’t become a multimillionaire by speaking the truth — it doesn’t happen — so that’s the first red flag.

And of course, he is really scaring people. I mean, he gives us information on what is actually happening. Never a solution. And most importantly, like you said, he doesn’t tell us who the enemy is. If you don’t know who the enemy is, then what are you gonna do?

At 40:06:

What’s the problem with talking about Jews? How come you can talk about anybody else, but as soon as you mention a Jew, you’re antisemitic, you’re basically guilty of hate crimes.

I also wondered what the problem Alex Jones had with discussing Jewish individuals, and I found out why, as I wrote about in my article, An absolutely damning clip of Alex Jones on Zionist Jews versus Mexicans.

For another example of a Jewish double standard, see my article, Google’s Web search double standard.

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An old microphone

On the July 29, 2012 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I covered the following articles:

1) Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb: Episode 5: Interview with Anthony Migchels of realcurrencies.wordpress.com.

2) The missing piece in the Colorado movie theatre shooting: private property rights

3) Alex Thomas avoids Lee Rogers’ Live Free or Die Radio out of fear for Alex Jones’ blacklist

4) Live Free or Die Radio with Lee Rogers is the most dangerous talk show in the alternative media

5) The mass media’s cynical portrayal of an organized political protest

6) Fact check: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim that America has no better friend than Israel.

7) Iceland’s President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson an antidote to anti-government pessimism porn peddlers

8) Google’s Web search double standard

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In 1985 Madonna famously said, “we are living in a material world,” but in 2012, we are living in a video world.

You will notice that whenever you do a Google search for something that has prominent videos on the Web, Google will put several videos on its first page of hits, often near the top.

Given that most people don’t go past the first page of search results, this shows that a primary Search Engine Optimization strategy should be to provide links to videos, especially YouTube clips, with the relevant search tags.

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English: Google Logo officially released on Ma...As pointed out on Charles Giuliani’s Truth Hertz on June 29, 2012 (starting at 8:21), Google’s Web search has a double standard, which I had heard of several years ago.

For instance, if you search for “Italian crime” or “Asian crime,” you are presented with normal search results, yet if you search for “Jewish crime,” you are presented with this message near the bottom:

Offensive Search Results
http://www.google.com/explanation
We’re disturbed about these results as well. Please read our note here.

I’m disturbed and offended by any crime, so why is Google particularly concerned about “offensive” search results for “Jewish crime”?

Previously, I wrote the article, Hypocritical grandstanding by Ebay and Chapters Indigo, about Chapters Indigo owner Heather Reisman’s double standard of banning Hitler’s Mein Kampf, while profiting off the sales of lesser-known books like Martin Luther’s, On the Jews and Their Lies.

Update: I didn’t use quotation marks in my search, but used it in the article to separate it from the rest of the text, so do the search without quotation marks, as I don’t see the notice when I search using quotation marks.

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If the January 2012 departure of RIM’s founder, Mike Lazaridis, wasn’t enough of an indication that RIM was dead, RIM’s first quarter 2012 results announcement sealed it by yet again missing expectations, reporting a huge loss, and most importantly, announcing that Blackberry 10 would be delayed yet again — this time to Q1 of 2013.

The comments on thestar.com and theglobeandmail.com were overwhelmingly negative, saying that it’s over for RIM.

Once RIM revised their forecast just weeks after their rapid and massive decline began in March 2011, I reflected on what was a fatal flaw with their business model. Being smaller than Apple and Google, their whole advantage was that they were theoretically capable of being more nimble in innovating and getting new products to market. They are also highly centralized, with around half of their employees in Waterloo, which also served to their unused advantage.

Once it was announced that their PlayBook tablet — originally scheduled to be released before the iPad 2 — would be released a month after the iPad 2, that sealed its fate in that they had absolutely no hope of being a serious challenger in the tablet market. Apple already had a dominating position in the marketplace, and to be beaten to market by a second version of Apple’s highly successful tablet put the nail in the coffin of RIM’s PlayBook.

There was word in May that RIM would be laying off between 2000 to 6000 employees, when they were already in mortal danger. The fact that it took until June 28 for them to officially announce 5000 layoffs is a further indication of how out-of-touch RIM’s upper management is as to the gravity of the situation.

Previously, on September 18, 2011, I wrote the article, RIM as a metaphor for U.S. decline.

I find it a fitting parallel that on the day RIM made their catastrophic announcement, the U.S. Supreme Court found Obamacare constitutional, further strengthening my metaphor.

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