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On the July 15, 2012 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I covered the following articles:

1) Dennis Marker, author of Fifteen Steps to Corporate Feudalism scheduled to be on Exposing Faux Capitalism, July 15, 2012.

2) Charlie Rose’s pro-Big Pharma panel on Multiple Sclerosis

3) Austrian School economist Dr. Walter Block admits the Austrian definition of inflation is inadequate

And in the second hour, I interviewed Dennis Marker on his book.

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English: Charlie Rose – Tribeca Film Festival ...

On July 6, 2012, Bilderberger, Council on Foreign Relations and Trilateral Commission stalwart, Charlie Rose, assembled a typical pro-Big Pharma panel to discuss Multiple Sclerosis.

One of the panelists blamed the Epstein-Barr virus as the likely candidate for causing MS, which tells me they have no idea what they’re talking about. That’s the same virus that is blamed for causing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and has been blamed as a co-factor in causing AIDS.

36 minutes in, one of the panelists advocated routine brain scans.

I wrote the following comment, which has remained.

FauxCapitalist 07/09/2012 09:38 PM Report

Dr. Woodrow C. Monte, Professor Emeritus of Nutrition, Arizona State University, has written the book, While Science Sleeps: A Sweetener Kills, about what he has identified as the likely cause of MS — methanol poisoning — which he documents as being completely avoidable solely by altering your diet to avoid food that contains methanol. See whilesciencesleeps.com.

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Polski: prof. Zbigniew Brzeziński

Fellow Trilateralist, Charlie Rose, interviewed one of the globalist kingpins, Zbigniew Brzezinski, on his January 25, 2012 show.

Around 9 minutes, he said if the current path being pursued by the U.S. and Israel against Iran is continued, Israel will likely strike Iran, and the U.S. will be blamed, since they will get warning just as it starts happening, and they could have prevented such an attack.

Around 18 minutes, he re-iterated what he said at a CFR speech in 2010, that for the first time in human history, ever since the French Revolution, virtually all of mankind is politically aware. Everyone I heard from in the alternative media took that as a recent thing, but he was talking about the past few hundred years, and it wasn’t about the globalists being fearful, necessarily, but about them being able to promote socialism based on a global awareness of injustices.

Later on, he said that Russia could even be a part of NATO, under the right conditions.

Around 28 minutes, regarding China, he said they are very patient and aren’t trying to become a hegemon, but are gradually trying to surpass the U.S., and said they plan to take their moment to “surprise” the U.S.

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Fail

On the eve of the January 10, 2012 New Hampshire Republican primary, former Bush chief strategist, Matthew Dowd, made an outrageously bogus “prediction” on the Charlie Rose Show. At 4:01, he declared:

I think Huntsman may finish second.

Even Charlie Rose, holder of the Triple Crown of membership in subversive globalist institutions (Bilderberg, Trilateral and Bohemian Grove), expressed shock at Dowd’s “prediction.”

I think Dowd understands human nature very well, and that regardless of what small impact he can have, he knows that people want to vote for a winner, and in casting an anti-Romney vote, the goal of the establishment is to have anyone but Ron Paul fit that bill.

Huntsman ended up coming in behind Ron Paul, as even Charlie Rose dared not imagine otherwise, and, Matthew Dowd — you are the presumptive nominee for the most bogus political prediction of 2012 award.

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John Paul Stevens, U.S. Supreme Court justice.

Former Associate Supreme Court Justice, John Paul Stevens, explained the changing definition of “originalism” on the October 18, 2011 episode of Charlie Rose (starting at 4:04):

Originalism actually is described in different ways in different times. And some people think it refers to the original intent of the people who drafted either a statute or a constitutional provision. But I think more and more, in recent years, those who describe themselves as originalists and not focused on the intent of the draftsmen, but rather then on intent of the reader or the community in which the law is enacted or distributed.

He went on to say that Justice Scalia is in the latter camp.

The particular view of originalism that is taken can be very significant in reaching decisions on certain issues. For example, the Founders were clear that the Bill of Rights only intended to apply to the federal government and not the several States. Yet, it may be that it was the expectation of some in the Union that it should also apply to their particular state as well.

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On Charlie Rose’s November 7, 2011 interview with Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, and COO, Sheryl Sandberg, they talked about Facebook, social networking and privacy concerns, and then the topic of women in business leadership roles came up. (starting at 49:14)

I really think we need more women to lean into their careers, and to be really dedicated to staying in the workforce. I think the achievement gap is caused by a lot of things. It’s caused by institutional barriers and all kinds of stuff. But there’s also a really big ambition gap. If you survey men and women in college today in this country, the men are more ambitious than women. Until women are as ambitious as men, they’re not going to achieve as much as men.

I am reminded of a professor at the university I attended who told me about an initiative the Computer Science department created to attract more women to the program. Women accounted for around 20% of the enrollment, which was the lowest for any program at the university, and even notably lower than Engineering, overall.

She said they were surprised that the enrollment of women actually went down after they instituted their program, and they were baffled by this. Anyone who has taken an undergraduate degree in Computer Science, especially at The University of Waterloo, will know exactly why such a program isn’t very appealing to women.

The Computer Science program’s leather jacket was then known as the male equivalent of a chastity belt, and the computer lab was your second, and in some cases, your primary home.

I hope her reference to women being more ambitious than men is in the context of the business world, and not overall, since many women are ambitious mothers, and some cultures still fully appreciate the essential role they play, as Western culture once did.

Within the business context, I wholeheartedly agree with her, but at the same time, there are very good reasons why women aren’t in business leadership roles to the degree that their formal education and experience compares favourably to their male counterparts. Having worked with women in business leadership roles, I have personally observed that ultimately, the responsibility of taking care of their children rests mostly with them.

Eliminating the institutional barriers she referenced is one thing, but trying to convince someone that a certain field and position in an organization is desirable for them despite what their personal preferences continue to indicate strikes me as elitist.

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Paul Volcker, former head of the Federal Reser...

In an October 24, 2011 interview with Charlie Rose, former Fed Chairman and fellow Bilderberger, Paul Volcker, laughed at the great increase in wealth disparity in the United States over the past 10 to 15 years, and at Americans for not speaking out more forcibly against it (starting at 18:27).

But there is a feeling — which I’ve been a little surprised has not been expressed more forcibly before — the distribution of income, which has changed very radically in the last 10 or 15 years. And you have a situation in the United States where there’s been almost no growth in real income for the average family for 10 or 15 years, but way at the upper end of the income distribution, there’s been an enormous increase, of a kind that didn’t take place in my lifetime or even in your lifetime. (laughs)

Rose responded with “it’s unbelievable!” — which is only genuine if he’s referring to Americans not speaking out more forcibly against it, and not the fact that it’s taken place, since he holds the Triple Crown for membership in globalist organizations where policies are discussed and made, and he regularly features fellow members on his program.

Rose posted a short 4-minute YouTube clip from the nearly half-hour interview, conveniently omitting reference to fellow Bilderberger Paul Volcker laughing at fellow Americans.

As to what the goal is of groups like the Bilderbergers, the CFR and the Trilateral Commission is — Bilderberg attendee, former CFR Director and Trilateral Commission founder David Rockefeller said it best in his own memoirs (emphasis mine):

Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.

For more on Charlie Rose and his guests, see my articles:

1) Charlie Rose pulled the transcripts of his shows

2) Corporate welfare recipient Morgan Stanley Chairman working for China

3) IMF director says IMF “forces coordination” and “there’s no other solution” to Greek-style austerity

4) According to CharlieRose.com, the financial crisis ended on March 10, 2009

5) Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker admits the Federal Reserve is private and he attended Bilderberg Group meetings

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