Here is a graph I created on the causes of hate crimes, based on the causes of rape meme, which exposes the hypocrisy of the corporate mass media in attempting to link alleged or real hate crimes in the UK to the democratic majority Brexit vote. Help it to go viral!
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Here are some of my thoughts on the successful Brexit vote, shared on the Facebook page for Exposing Faux Capitalism:
- Corporate mass media hypocrisy: When democratic referendums are in favour of being part of some bigger political union, they want to move on after saying how great the outcome was, yet, in the rare case that voters go against that, like with Brexit, the democratic majority is minimized for the sake of divide and conquer, pitting older against younger, and accusing what would only represent a small minority, of racist motives.
- Leftist Brexit inconsistency, which I’ve noticed even with local mass media: Saying how bad the Brexit outcome is, yet ignoring the EU’s well-known democratic deficit.
- Someone on a group I follow was so concerned yesterday about the pound dropping around 10% overnight to a 30-year low. Let’s put this in perspective. The Dow Jones fluctuated around 5% several days during the 2008 financial crisis, especially when the House initially voted down the bankster bailout bill, yet the bleeding stopped by March 2010 and the Dow is now historically high. Iceland’s currency dropped by 80% in just 4 months, but the good news was they didn’t have to pay for any of the bad loans that their private banks made. Britain had no business being in the EU in the first place, and their membership isn’t essential.
- Good that Brexit has put an end for the UK to the silly EU passport policy where someone coming from Eastern Europe, for instance, had an easier time getting into the UK than someone from a Commonwealth country who is fluent in English.
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged federal government, health care, hypocrisy, Justice Scalia, Obamacare, reasonable, states, U.S. Constitution, U.S. Supreme Court, United States Code on June 26, 2015| 1 Comment »
On June 25, 2015, from the article, ‘Words no longer have meaning’: U.S. justice Scalia apoplectic on ‘pure applesauce’ Obamacare ruling, I pointed out Justice Scalia’s Obamacare wording hypocrisy, where he said that “words no longer have meaning” in reference to the majority 6-3 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on whether “the State” referred only to the 13 U.S. States that have set up health care exchanges, or whether it also includes the U.S. federal government.
Scalia’s hypocrisy relates to him saying that the Second Amendment pertaining to the right to keep and bear arms allows for reasonable restrictions when it clearly says that right “shall not be infringed.”
So who is he to claim that “words no longer have meaning” in the context of this case, and given the scathing nature of his dissenting opinion, I find it appropriate to call him out on his hypocrisy in this regard.
From an intensive layman’s study of the U.S. Constitution over the years, I tend to suspect he’s right with his decision in this case, as the words “the United States” is used in both the Constitution and the United States Code to refer to the U.S. federal government, whereas “States” are used to the several states.
Check out the comments section for my various comments and responses, including from someone who chastised me for allegedly using hyperbole in saying:
“Scalia has no credibility in taking exception with the Court’s interpretation of words, since he misinterprets the Second Amendment, which clearly says the right of the people to keep and bear arms “shall not be infringed,” in saying that reasonable gun control limits are allowed.“
For more on Justice Scalia, see my article, Charlie Rose’s interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Here’s what George Noory won’t be discussing at his June 29, 2013 Conspiracy Culture appearance in Toronto:
1) George Noory of Coast to Coast AM’s outrageous Alex Jones-Hitler hypocrisy
2) George Noory: “If it’s Jewish, I’m in support of it”
3) George Noory’s willful indifference to those suffering from the AIDS scam
Previously, I wrote the article, What George Noory won’t be discussing at Conspiracy Con 2012, about 10 things he wouldn’t dare tell his audience about, with one of the most prominent being Erskine of Erskine Overnight implies that George Noory made a deal with the devil in becoming host of Coast to Coast AM.
Radio host Dr. Bill Deagle documents how his scheduled February 26, 2008 appearance on Coast to Coast AM was cancelled just hours beforehand, by host George Noory, because of this picture of then President George W. Bush compared to Hitler.
Here is George Noory’s February 27, 2008 email to Dr. Bill Deagle:
Sent: Feb 27, 2008 2:33 PM
To: “‘Dr. Wm. R. Deagle MD,ABFP,AAPM,SSPM,ACOEM,CIME,ACO'”
Subject: RE: Censored Interview ? of Dr Bill Deagle MD
I saw your posted letter…I’m the one disappointed. You’re on Alex’s show…ask HIM about me…you’re way off base Bill.
I do think the policies of our administration are poor at best, but protraying a standing US President as Hitler is uncalled for and I WONT have MY show a party to it.
Have some respect for the office. It’s unfortunate because the
information you apparently report on is what I do.“
Here is the description of Alex Jones’ scheduled April 16, 2013 appearance:
“Documentary filmmaker and alternative media activist Alex Jones will discuss how he became consumed with exposing the forces controlling world events many years ago, and how much of what he predicted is coming to fruition. Yet much is yet to come, he believes, such as how humans will be replaced by robots, and the matrix of information that will control our every move.“
Here is my April 16, 2013 email to George Noory. I also sent a similar email to his two producers, Lisa Lyon and Tom Danheiser.
Remember when you cancelled Dr. Bill Deagle’s scheduled appearance because of a Bush as Hitler picture on his site?
Your guest tonight, Alex Jones, has had several pictures of Obama as Hitler on his site since 2012, so why the double standard?
Here are the articles and pictures in question:
April 3, 2012
For more on George Noory’s outrageous hypocrisy, see my article, George Noory’s willful indifference to those suffering from the AIDS scam.
For more on why George Noory got upset with Bill Deagle’s picture of President Bush compared to Hitler, see my articles: