Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Ali Babacan, Armenia, Armenian Genocide, Charlie Rose, crime, Deputy Prime Minister, humanity, Prime Minister, Turkey, Zionism on May 1, 2013|
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In his April 29, 2013 interview with Ali Babacan, Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey, Charlie Rose raised the issue of Prime Minister Erdogan’s subsequent apology for his February 2013 statement at the United Nations forum that Zionism is a crime against humanity.
Here’s what a viewer had to say about Charlie Rose’s omission of the Armenian Genocide, given that Babacan raised the killing of Turkish citizens by organized military forces for the first time since World War I at the hands of Israel (at 10 minutes):
“Justathought 04/30/2013 11:15 PM
I still fail to understand how Mr. Rose can get prominent Turkish guests and avoid asking them directly about the recognition of the Armenian Genocide or the Turkish 20 year old effective blockade of Armenia…even after he is being told (with a straight face) that Turkey would very much like to see goods, people, capital flow freely in the region… or rehashing for the nth time the “cultural bridge” cliche Turkey can play. Is it ignorance? Or is it a much more sinister design? It would be insulting to Mr. Rose’s intelligence to presume the former, therefore I’m afraid it is more likely to be the latter. It is his integrity as a journalist that is questionable, not his intelligence which, for this longtime fan, is disheartening to say the least…“
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Asian, Charles Giuliani, crime, double standard, Google, Italian, Jewish, results, search, Truth Hertz, Web on June 30, 2012|
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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
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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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged corporate tax, crime, Erskine Overnight, executive council, Free State, Free State Project, income tax, May 1 2010, New Hampshire, sales tax, seatbelts, states on May 2, 2010|
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On May 1, 2010, Erskine Overnight interviewed the founder of the Free State Project.
Some highlights of the “Free State” New Hampshire were:
- Ranked the most free state for the third consecutive year.
- No state income or sales tax, no general corporate state tax or tax on machinery.
- The lowest per capita government spending of any state.
- The third-highest household income of any state.
- The lowest per capita crime rate of any state, and the fewest number of police officers per capita.
- The governor can’t spend more than $5000 on anything without the authorization of the executive council.
- Legislators only paid $100 a year and serve two-year terms.
- Open carry without a license and concealed carry on a “shall issue” basis.
- No seatbelt or helmet law for adults.
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