Posts Tagged ‘Genesis Communications Network’

George Whitehurst-BerryHe’s back! — After nearly a year since his final April broadcast of Crash! Are You Ready? on the Genesis Communications Network, George Whitehurst-Berry will be back on the airwaves on Oracle Broadcasting, Sunday, February 24, 2013, from 9 to 11 PM Eastern.

While his radio presence has been relatively quiet, aside from a July 8, 2012 interview I conducted with him, he’s been actively blogging at Subotai’s Bow, and is looking forward to bringing real monetary information and alternative health to a new audience.

Every Sunday, find out why George Whitehurst-Berry had the second-highest-rated show among online listeners among nearly 40 shows on GCN for four years.

For George’s past work, see my articles here.

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My first-ever interview was exposing the AIDS scam on George Whitehurst-Berry’s Crash! Are You Ready? on the Genesis Communications Radio Network, four years ago today, on October 1, 2008.

At the time, George’s show had already reached the number two position among online listeners among nearly 40 shows, just behind Alex Jones.

He eventually went on to conduct a total of 33 interviews on the scam, which can be found here.

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George Whitehurst-BerrySince abruptly cancelling George Whitehurst-Berry’s GCN show, Crash! Are You Ready? on April 13, 2012, GCN has selectively removed his archives.

As of August 6, 2012, I see that none of his 2012 shows are available (example), while his 2007-2011 shows are.

The full archive list isn’t available, but you can access some of them individually through my past articles, and they follow a particular pattern so you can choose a particular show by modifying the URL.

Is this just an oversight, or were his 2012 shows particularly threatening to some people that they had to be removed? Anyone who listened to the last few weeks of his broadcast will remember how hard-hitting they were. The fact that his archive list was pulled the same day a replacement show aired was suspicious enough for such a long-running show, and I doubt that the selective pulling of the 2012 archives was an oversight.

His extensive collection of interviews exposing the AIDS scam from 2008-2010 are still available indefinitely.

For more on the cancellation of his show, see my article, Why the termination of George Whitehurst-Berry’s GCN show likely wasn’t strictly a business decision.

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English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting...Alex Jones, who has been used to getting what he wants when it comes to the GCN network, has lost his lock on the GCN time slots while his show airs, with the Common Sense Club now taking up the third of four GCN channels during the three hours that his show runs, according to the latest schedule as of August 3, 2012.

This is significant in that some big name fellow GCN hosts who ran afoul of Alex Jones paid the price in terms of losing their show (Jeff Rense and Michael Rivero) and that any change to his former GCN hegemony is noteworthy.

While other hosts have to pay in the neighbourhood of $2000 or more a month for one hour a day, five days a week of airtime, Jones once revealed that Ted Anderson was sending him a cheque for around the same amount, each month.

While I know of two hosts who eventually didn’t have to pay anything to stay on the air, Jones is the exception, in actually being paid money. George Whitehurst-Berry’s show reached up to the second-highest position among online listeners of all shows on the network, getting up to at least 90% of Alex Jones’ live online GCN listenership at one point, in the hour before Jones’ show, only to be suspiciously cancelled in April 2012 after four and a half years.

This latest development lends more confirmation to my contention that the cancellation of George Whitehurst-Berry’s show was not primarily a business decision, if at all, since the previously unassailable precious three hours of time is more valuable than the hour before them in which Berry’s show ran.

For more on Alex Jones, see my articles here.

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Ayn RandOn the July 8, 2012 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, George Whitehurst-Berry, former host of GCN’s “Crash! Are You Ready?,” identified several misleading points that he labelled disinfo, which were made in the following passage from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged (starting at 49:50):

Whenever destroyers appear among men, they start by destroying money, for money is men’s protection and the base of a moral existence. Destroyers seize gold and leave to its owners a counterfeit pile of paper. This kills all objective standards and delivers men into an arbitrary power of an arbitrary setter of values. Gold was an objective value, an equivalent of wealth produced. Paper is a mortgage on wealth that does not exist, backed by a gun aimed at those who are expected to produce it. Paper is a check drawn by legal looters upon an account which is not theirs: upon the virtue of the victims. Watch for the day it bounces, marked: ‘Account overdrawn.”

Ayn Rand:
– Failed to distinguish between debt money and sovereign, debt-free money.
– Claimed gold has an objective value, despite its value changing, like when Roosevelt’s Executive Order in 1933 seized gold at $20.67 USD an ounce, only for Congress to later increase its value to $35 an ounce.
– Falsely associated paper money with force, which doesn’t include local, voluntary currencies.
– Falsely identified debt-based paper money as a demand instrument — it’s a promise to pay.
– Failed to distinguish between privately issued debt-free money by individuals, and debt-based money by banks.

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George Whitehurst-BerryDespite being the second-highest rated GCN show among online listeners as early as February 2008, George Whitehurst-Berry’s Crash! Are You Ready? was abruptly terminated on April 13, 2012.

Despite the gradual rebranding of GCN from a patriot talk radio network to a more mainstream network, the show that replaced it, USA Prepares, 100% fits the old mould, and represents a retrogression from the rebranding.

If it was strictly a business decision, why doesn’t the archive link from the main GCN Listen page work for the show that replaced it?

Archive downloads usually account for more listeners than live listeners, and that was the case with Crash.

The fact that the link is still broken after nearly three full months is an indication to me of its relatively low listenership, and an indication that the termination of Crash wasn’t strictly a business decision.

Even long-time GCN broadcaster, Dr. Stan Monteith, has questioned whether his GCN broadcast was being sabotaged.

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After a radio hosting hiatus with the unexpected and untimely cancellation of GCN’s, Crash! Are You Ready? with George Whitehurst-Berry, I’ll be hosting a new show on Oracle Broadcasting every Sunday from 1 to 3 PM Eastern. More details to be announced.

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