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On the April 11, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism, I discussed the following issues:

Boston Marathon trial farce, the late Singaporean PM Lee Kuan Yew‘s lessons for the West, Canada’s monetary reform case gets mass media attention, California ballot initiative to discredit direct democracy, Indiana’s religious freedom bill a case of property rights, Toronto’s former mayor finally forced to apologize, but not for using crack cocaine and Canada at risk of another terror attack after waging illegal war in Syria.

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On the February 14, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I discussed:

Important monetary reform victory in Canada, the call for Congressional authorization for ground troops in Syria and Iraq, the bogus Islamic State, Niqab ban during Canada’s citizenship oath, kosher conservatism and the twin sisters of multiculturalism and sustained, mass immigration from around the world.

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Byron DaleMonetary historian and reformer Byron Dale is scheduled to be my guest for the full two hours of Exposing Faux Capitalism, on December 22, 2013, from 8 to 10 PM EST.

I’m looking forward to speaking with him about his monetary reform efforts in Minnesota, to issue debt-free money in pursuit of legitimate public works projects at the state level, instead of state residents having to rely on bribes of their own money from the federal government.

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Tom J. KennedyTom J. (UsuryFree) Kennedy will be my guest on Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb on September 29, 2013 at 8 PM Eastern.

We will talk about the 9th annual Usury Free week, from November 13 to 19, about the Richard Warman v. Fournier et al trial, Richard Warman’s civil case against him and David Icke, and about his monetary reform efforts.

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Bill Still, a monetary reformer, and producer of the documentaries The Money Masters, Secret of Oz and Jekyll Island, is scheduled to be my guest on Exposing Faux Capitalism on September 22, 2013 at 8 PM Eastern.

Bill was recently a speaker at the 2013 Public Banking Institute conference.

For more on Bill Still, see my articles:

1) Bill Still and Andy Gause blow the whistle on fake quotes about money

2) Where the Money Masters producer Bill Still really stands on monetary reform

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Monetary reform activist, Kirk Mackenzie, was on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith on August 17, 2011, and outlined a temporary transition period toward a free-market monetary system that involves the federal government issuing debt-free and interest-free currency over 10 years to make up for the intentional contraction of the money supply that would ensue by the banksters resisting true monetary reform, as history indicates with President Andrew Jackson’s war on the Second Bank of the United States.

He was asked about inflation under such a scenario, and it’s important to outline the historical experience with Greenbacks that goes almost completely unreported these days, and how he is right about it being a model where inflation shouldn’t present much of a problem, if at all.

From Sarah Emery’s 1894 book, Seven Financial Conspiracies, she points out how the first $60 million in Greenbacks, a large sum in 1861-62, traded at par with gold, and it wasn’t overprinting that resulted in their decline, but it was two banker-engineered actions in Congress that did so.

First, with the inclusion of the exception clause, which said that the Greenbacks were no longer valid for payment of duties on imports and interest on the public debt, back when duties on imports accounted for a substantial portion of government revenue, unlike today.

Then, the so-called Credit Strengthening Act was passed, which further depressed the value of the Greenbacks, in requiring payment in gold for the interest on particular long-term Treasury bonds, which created an artificial demand for gold.

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