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After taking nearly three and a half years to reach 100,000 views, FauxCapitalist.com has reached 200,000 views in under a year, on January 4, 2013.

As I said at the time, while some alternative media content farms reach this level of views in a single week or a month, I decided to provide a real solutions-oriented alternative for economic and political issues, with 100% original content, all without a single penny of advertising revenue, and that remains the case.

Since then, I started the radio program, Exposing Faux Capitalism, and have conducted 17 interviews, including some prominent figures in the alternative media.

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Ontario Libertarian Party

Ontario Libertarian Party (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

On July 16, 2012, I wrote the article, The mass media’s cynical portrayal of an organized political protest, about the Waterloo Region Record downplaying a successful organized political protest.

This time, from their August 10, 2012 article, Kitchener-Waterloo gears up for byelection, they omitted alternative voting options.

Local candidates vying for the job include Progressive Conservative Tracey Weiler, Green party candidate Stacey Danckert, Liberal Eric Davis and New Democratic Party candidate Catherine Fife.

No mention was made, for instance, of Ontario Libertarian Party candidate, Allan R. Dettweiler. I found an August 9 announcement on the party site that they had a candidate for the riding, and even saw a personal statement from the candidate, directly addressing the byelection.

I contacted the reporter of this story to inform her that there was another candidate in the race, whom she omitted, and that he should be mentioned.

The main argument that the Corporate Feudalist media uses in omitting reference to parties such as the Libertarian Party is that they are incapable of forming government. However, I pointed out that since it’s a byelection, and given the current electoral representation, the election of only two candidates can affect which party will be the governing party, and the Libertarian party candidate is just as relevant as the other two of four candidates who were listed.

As far as voting goes, I don’t vote for a party just because they claim to be libertarian or pro-freedom, as I demonstrated with my article, Why I’m not voting for the Ontario Freedom Party in this 2011 provincial election.

For more on why I include the Record in my designation of “Corporate Feudalist media”, listen to my interview with Dennis Marker, author of Fifteen Steps to Corporate Feudalism: How the Rich Convinced America’s Middle Class to Eliminate Itself.

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On his August 2, 2012 broadcast (at 1:24:12), Lee Rogers revealed that he would be redirecting his efforts from producing a documentary entitled “False Patriots,” to possibly writing a e-book on the subject, which he said he planned to sell for $1.

Alex Jones will be one of the leading figures of any forthcoming book from Lee Rogers, as Rogers has been at the forefront of providing a critical analysis of Alex Jones in the absence of that from the overwhelming majority of the controlled “alternative” media.

I, for one, am looking forward to any such book from Rogers, as my own research has led me to conclude, as he has, that most of the alternative media is really controlled opposition.

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From his March 22, 2012 Radio Liberty broadcast (at 4:17):

Dr. Stan MonteithIt was 1962 when I heard an old man talking about how the media was controlled. He talked about Operation Keelhaul, where some 6 million Russians were rounded up, living in America and in Europe and Canada at the end of the Second World War. There were Russians who had either been captured by the Nazis or had gone over to the Nazis. And they were sent back to Stalin to be killed. It was something called Operation Keelhaul. I’d never heard of Operation Keelhaul. I’d heard of the Holocaust and 6 million Jews. I never heard of Operation Keelhaul. You can read about it on the Net. It’s suppressed to this very day.

For recent news on Dr. Stan Monteith, listen to the interview I arranged for him with Dr. Peter Duesberg, after 15 long years of him trying to get him on.

I’ve been a guest on his show twice. On November 2, 2011, I championed Canadian political success stories, and on September 22, 2010, I shot holes in gun control arguments.

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English: Official White House photo of Preside...

On the weekend of December 24, 2011, I was listening to a C-SPAN broadcast of a reunion of Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign team, and heard Vernon Jordan make a very interesting claim.

I saw that it was originally broadcast this September 30th.

Starting at 53:27:

In 1991, I took Bill Clinton to the Bilderberg meetings in Baden Baden, Germany.

He goes on to say how Clinton very energetically mingled with everyone there, and said none of the Europeans knew who he was (which is completely fiction, since the Steering Committee invited him), and he said the Steering Committee was there in January to meet with him after he became well known.

That Bilderberg meeting is especially significant, since it’s the one where David Rockefeller reportedly thanked the New York Times and other media for keeping their plans for a one world government out of the spotlight.

For more on David Rockefeller and the Bilderberg Group, see my articles:
1) David Rockefeller: “Some men are born to rule, but most men are born to be ruled”
2) Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker laughs at the great increase in wealth disparity over the past 10 to 15 years, and at Americans for not speaking out more forcibly against it
3) Bilderberg Group now mainstream with Bilderberger Heather Reisman touting her membership on her executive bio
4) Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker admits the Federal Reserve is private, and he attended Bilderberg Group meetings

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Dodo bird

The Toronto Star, Canada’s most highly circulated newspaper, made a failed attempt to stop a Conservative majority government by endorsing the NDP. Then, when the party’s deputy questioned the story of bin Laden’s killing, he was smeared in an Associated Press article that was picked up by the Star.

Today, some Star reporter wrote:

Last week, Pittsburgh Steeler Rashard Mendenhall was excoriated when he used Twitter to express sadness about the American reaction to the death of Osama bin Laden and, more worryingly, air a few of his 9/11 conspiracy theories.

Athletes, being athletes, rarely receive any real punishment for their off-the-cuff nonsense.

My email to the columnist:

Oh, what a bad man, expressing his views outside the confines of a mass media newspaper column such as yours.

Perhaps you’ll recall that it was your newspaper that endorsed the very party whose deputy later expressed doubts about bin Laden’s death, so it would seem misdirection is the order of the day.

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