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On the May 16, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism, I covered the following issues:

Seymour Hersh’s limited hangout article about bin Laden’s alleged 2011 killing, and Canada’s government threatens hate crime charges against organizations boycotting Israel.

Correction: I mentioned in the show that the Asper family owned the National Post, but ownership changed in 2010 after a bankruptcy of the Canwest holdings, and it is now run by Paul Godfrey.

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Oracle BroadcastingOn the April 26, 2012 episode of Truth Hertz with Charles Giuliani on Oracle Broadcasting, he revealed the covert campaign by some operatives employing ADL-inspired tactics to threaten the network with losing its sponsors unless certain topics are no longer covered in the way they have been by several hosts, including himself.

He revealed his first encounter with coming up against resistance to challenging sacred cows, with his open questioning of the concept of the Trinity in his theology classes as an undergraduate, and how they tried to buy his silence.

Peter Duesberg found out the hard way when the AIDS establishment mafia, led by Robert Gallo and Anthony Fauci, orchestrated his punishment for daring to question the fraudulent HIV/AIDS theory since 1987, and refusing to bow to their pressure.

George Whitehurst-Berry of Crash! Are You Ready? had his show cancelled on GCN under very suspicious circumstances, with his archives being immediately pulled on the day his show was replaced, which was completely unprecedented for a show that was on the air for four and a half years. Other long-running shows had their archives up for a week or more after their shows had an untimely demise with the death of the host, as was the case with former GCN hosts Derry Brownfield, John Anderson and Joe Mazza.

I will support Oracle so long as its hosts aren’t forced to change their hard-hitting analysis due to an orchestrated threat through its sponsors.

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A year later, the repercussions of the 2010 G20 conference in Toronto have been coming out in the news.

There were over 1000 arrests, more than 300 charges, 59% of which have since been dropped, and police violated the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms by arbitrarily detaining some protesters using a method called “kettling,” which the self-admitted liar, Toronto’s police chief, Bill Blair, says they won’t ever use again.

Despite being able to host the G20 in a remote location as the G8 conference was, or on nearby Toronto Island, I believe they intended to have it in the midst of downtown Toronto to capitalize on an inevitable mass conflict and crackdown.

On August 11, 2011, a Toronto judge ruled that on one particular night of the G20 summit, “[t]he only organized or collective physical aggression at that location that evening was perpetrated by police each time they advanced on demonstrators.”

I propose a novel response for future G20 conferences — a boycott. Just as political parties boycott elections when they know the vote will be rigged, I think a boycott is the appropriate response for future G20 conferences.

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. I fully expect a boycott to get no real traction if it even gets mentioned as a serious proposal in the mass media, but I sincerely think it is the way to go, as I see the powers that be standing to make further gains from the current unorganized and predictable approach of its alleged opponents.

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