Posts Tagged ‘CIA’

On the March 10, 2013 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism, I covered the following issues, among others:

Baby Rico Martinez-Nagel back home after CPS AIDS scam enforcers snatched him, George Noory’s AIDS scam gatekeeping, Adrian Salbuchi on Zionism, CIA director John Brennan takes oath on Constitution without Bill of Rights, and why 9/11 is still relevant.

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On the December 20, 2011 episode of Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith, Dr. Stan made some provocative claims in response to a caller asking about the AIDS scam. Here is the transcript, with pause words removed:

Caller: “I’ve got a question. You were talking about HIV and AIDS. Another program, that pointed out that it’s a myth that HIV cause AIDS, and that, actually, the testing supposedly to test for HIV-positive is actually a test of symptoms rather than a true marker of a virus.”

Dr. Stan: “That’s Duesberg’s material. Duesberg was one of the people who worked for the CIA to develop this drug.

If you can look at the Special Virus Cancer reports, you’ll find Dr. Duesberg there.

I mean, Dr. Duesberg says nobody will debate him. He won’t debate me. And he threatened to walk out of the studio if I was allowed to be on the radio along with him.

In fact, Duesberg’s partner claimed that I was a CIA agent, pushing this idea that there was an AIDS epidemic when there wasn’t one.

And, Duesberg is very, very clever. And sometime, we could do a whole program on how he has actually confused this whole issue.

But I wrote a treatise on Duesberg and the lie that he’s putting out. It’s all to confuse you. Don’t let him confuse you. This has killed tens of millions of people. It’s designed to kill hundreds of millions of people. Fortunately, it hasn’t been successful, but it’s killing off the blacks of Africa. OK?”

Caller: “Can you tell me, is the test for HIV a true virus test, or is it a symptom?”

Dr. Stan: “No — basically it is a screening test. Then, of course, there’s the blot test. First you have to do the screening test. That’s a screen. And then there’s a secondary test that you do, which of course is a Western Blot test, and that is very specifically for the proteins that this produces. There are other means of doing this, you can actually grow the virus.

So all of this is simply to confuse you. But you can’t grow the virus — it’s too expensive — so you do these mass screening tests. First of all, the HIV test, then the Western Blot test. And if both of those are positive, why then, you’re probably only one chance in probably 20,000 that it’s a false positive, OK? But they’re lying to us.

They lie, they lie, they lie. But they do it so convincingly. And I’ve had public health officials come to me privately and say, ‘Stan, we know what you’re doing is right, but we can’t back you publicly. But you keep up the good work.’ That’s what it’s all about.”

For an alternative view on the AIDS scam, including the evidence that HIV hasn’t even been proven to exist, let alone be the cause of AIDS, see my articles here, including:
1) G. Edward Griffin exposes the HIV/AIDS scam
2) George Whitehurst-Berry of Crash! Are You Ready interviews on the AIDS scam
3) The opening salvo of my public appeal to George Noory of Coast to Coast AM to cover the $300+ billion AIDS scam

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Here are the articles that you, the readers, made the top 10 in 2010.

  1. 04/27 An illegal bank is the second-largest holder of U.S. treasury securities
  2. 12/19 IMF Director says IMF “forces coordination” and there’s “no other solution” to Greek-style austerity
  3. 04/22 The CIA overstates Canada’s government spending by more than 200%
  4. 10/09 Cheerleader for bankster economics
  5. 10/13 G. Edward Griffin exposes the HIV/AIDS scam
  6. 12/04 Gary North: Spokesman for a major Federal Reserve bankster smokescreen
  7. 06/30 Australia has $15 an hour minimum wage and is ranked more economically free than the U.S.
  8. 05/23 Gold confiscation: It depends on what gold, and how much
  9. 06/03 E*TRADE requires your passport, alien, or government ID number to activate a new account
  10. 01/30 Platinum: The overlooked investment metal and currency

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Bloomberg reported this on January 2, 2010, however, as of June, the CIA hadn’t updated their production figures showing Russia at the top as they now have.

From their top 10 list, only three are OPEC nations: Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq.

Russia 9,920,000 barrels/day (2009 est.)
Saudi Arabia 8,146,000 barrels/day (2008 est.)

Saudi Arabia is reported to have 264.1 billion barrels of “proved” oil reserves, as of the January 1, 2009 estimate, with Russia having 79 billion barrels, or less than a third of Saudi Arabia’s.

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Previously, I uncovered that the CIA is overstating Canada’s government spending by more than 200%, by inconsistently reporting all government spending for Canada, and only federal spending for the U.S., despite both having a federal system of government.

Looking through Canada’s numbers again, I noticed its massive exports hemorrhage from 2008 to 2009. This time, the CIA’s numbers are correct.

From Canada’s entry in The World Factbook:

$323.4 billion (2009 est.)
country comparison to the world: 11
$459.1 billion (2008 est.)

Exports decreased by a whopping 30% from 2008 to 2009, despite the downturn not hitting Canada hard until September 2008, when, as one example, the Canadian dollar declined by 20% relative to the USD in less than a full month.

By comparison, U.S. exports “only” fell by 14% from 2008 to 2009, despite officially being in recession since December 2007.

The CIA states that export figures are stated in U.S. dollars based on the official exchange rate. Given an estimated GDP of $1.335 trillion for 2009, Canada’s exports only accounted for 24% of its GDP. Imports for 2009 were estimated to be $327.2 billion, resulting in net exports of -$3.8 billion.

In a forthcoming article, I’ll expand on my discussion from July 1 on “Crash! Are You Ready?” on why claims of a higher dollar being bad for exports are overly simplistic, and how it’s been completely counterproductive for Canada’s central bank and leading politicians to be slavishly devoted to keeping the Canadian dollar below par with the USD. In doing so, they argue for and support government intervention for 24% of the economy at the expense of the other 76%.

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With the conservative Heritage Foundation’s 2010 ranking of Canada as more economically free than the United States, the CIA’s overstatement of Canada’s government intervention in the economy is particularly striking.

From Canada’s Economy section of the CIA’s World Factbook, we see:

GDP (official exchange rate):
$1.335 trillion (2009 est.)

revenues: $514.5 billion
expenditures: $547.2 billion (2009 est.)

Government spending is reported to be 41% of Canada’s GDP in 2009.

From the United States‘ Economy page, we see:

GDP (official exchange rate):
$14.43 trillion (2009 est.)

revenues: $1.914 trillion
expenditures: $3.615 trillion (2009 est.)

Government spending is reported to be 25% of the United States’ GDP in 2009.

From the official U.S. federal budget numbers for 2009, total spending was $3.518 trillion. The CIA’s estimate was off by less than 3%.

From Canada’s federal budget numbers for 2009, total spending was $237.8 billion or only 17.8% of Canada’s GDP, seven percentage points lower than that of the U.S., with the CIA’s estimate off by more than 200%.

Since both countries have federal governments, and the CIA is reporting the federal budget numbers for the U.S., the same should be true for Canada.

As further evidence the CIA’s data for Canada’s government spending is incorrect, the conservative Heritage Foundation ranked Canada as more economically free than the United States in 2010. If Canada truly had 41% of its GDP tied up in government spending versus 25% for the U.S, how could and why would the Heritage Foundation rank Canada as more economically free?

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