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Charles GiulianiCharles Giuliani, host of the radio program Truth Hertz, airing live every Monday to Friday from 8 to 10 AM Eastern on Oracle Broadcasting, now has a website at truthhertzradio.weebly.com, currently with show notes for 2012, 2011 and 2010.

Previously, I wrote about his archives being a virtual treasure trove of information, and now more of his show notes are available for free download at his new site.

He regularly takes on sacred cows that even most in the alternative media won’t cover, such as a critical examination of organized religion, the Bible, Judaism and Christianity, and most recently, the vast discrepancies with the official story of the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting.

Find out why Charles’ show is the most popular currently-broadcasting show on Oracle Broadcasting by the end of 2012, and why most other hosts won’t touch his information despite his growing audience.

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Image representing Wikipedia as depicted in Cr...Upon going to Wikipedia, I saw this plea for help:

Wikipedia is non-profit, but it’s the #5 website in the world. With 450 million monthly users, we have costs like any top site: servers, power, rent, programs, staff and legal help.

To protect our independence, we’ll never run ads. We take no government funds. We run on donations: $5 is the most common, the average is about $30.

If everyone reading this gave $5, our fundraiser would be done within an hour. Please help us forget fundraising and get back to Wikipedia.

I won’t even consider giving Wikipedia a single red cent until they provide an unbiased platform, and cease to violate their supposed claim of providing a “neutral point of view“, which is contradicted by articles such as “HIV/AIDS Denialism,” “9/11 conspiracy theories,” (without failing to present the official government conspiracy theory as the most prominent conspiracy theory), and completely leaving out references to organizations like Pilots for 9/11 Truth, which has uncovered some damning information.

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The Daily BellOn August 6, 2012, I published the article, Daily Bell, show us independent confirmation of your readership numbers, and then we’ll believe you.

As of November 18, 2012, we now have independent confirmation of their readership numbers, thanks to them adopting an “elite methodology” they had previous blasted — Alexa’s website rankings.

The independent confirmation shows conclusively that they lied about their readership numbers.

As of November 18, 2012, their “Certified Site Metrics” show that they only receive an average of 6,717 daily visitors and 14,800 daily pageviews. Projected out over an entire year, that would give them only 2,451,705 annual visitors and 5,402,00 annual pageviews — a far cry from the 17 million page hits they claimed in a single month after their Alexa ranking had tanked below 100,000.

I first blew the whistle on the veracity of the Daily Bell’s claims about its readership numbers in my January 1, 2012 article, I call bollocks on the Daily Bell’s reported monthly page hits.

Despite the mounting evidence against their claims, they continued to perpetuate their unfounded claims, and as recently as November 10, a regular Daily Bell reader tried defending their readership number claims, showing that people are willing to cling to obviously false claims, facts and logic be damned.

I don’t rule out the possibility that they reached 17 million hits in a month through deceptive means like pinging their own servers, but that would be as honest as me claiming I received a call from the President of the United States because I called myself with a Skype ID of “President of the United States.”

My question to the so-called alternative media is, now that it’s been documented that the Daily Bell lied, what will you do about it?

I predict that their readership will continue to go up, and that Lew Rockwell and Alex Jones will continue to link to their articles, thereby calling Lew Rockwell’s and Alex Jones’ own credibility into question, at least on the basis of having such well-funded, highly-rated sites, yet not mustering the basic resources to uncover what I uncovered myself on an unpaid, part-time basis.

For more critical analysis of the Daily Bell’s claims, see, The Daily Knell: The Cemetery of Libertarian Lies.

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The Daily BellAfter their Alexa.com ranking tanked, the gold bug site the Daily Bell shot the messenger in calling Alexa’s ranking system an “elite methodology.”

Well, look who’s adopted an “elite methodology” now. As of November 8, 2012, none other than the Daily Bell, itself, has adopted one, by installing Alexa’s paid service, “CERTIFIED PRO,” on their servers.

This from the same site that claimed it had received 17 million monthly page views, without providing any evidence whatsoever for such a bold claim, considering other sites with far higher rankings report that amount of traffic in an entire year.

For how much longer will the majority of those in the alternative research community who frequent that site continue to let such claims and contradictions go unchallenged? Is it just entertainment for most people?

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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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According to Alexa.com, as of August 22, 2012, FauxCapitalist.com, a part-time, unpaid effort, had a 3-month ranking of 184,595th place among all websites accessed from the United States.

This compares with a 3-month worldwide rating of 110,829th place for the Daily Bell, whose founder admitted to working for large international banks, despite portraying itself as an alternative site.

The Daily Bell likes to talk a lot about efficiencies of the free market, and despite them trying to shoot the messenger and blaming Alexa’s ranking system only after their ranking started tanking, the free market is showing that more Americans are opting for more efficient websites from a cost-benefit analysis than all visitors are to theirs.

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From Alexa.com on October 23, 2011:

My listing of these sites aren’t an endorsement of any of them, though I have found interesting articles on them from time to time.

1) infowars.com 1,921
2) lewrockwell.com 5,420
3) prisonplanet.com 5,435
4) rense.com 6,025
5) dailypaul.com 8,204
6) ronpaulforums.com 10,011
7) activistpost.com 16,655
8) thenewamerican.com 28,610
9) theintelhub.com 31,491
10) gcnlive.com 52,946
11) thedailybell.com 53,148
12) washingtonsblog.com 55,212
13) newswithviews.com 74,408
14) federaljack.com 135,691
15) bobtuskin.com 221,822

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