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Gerald CelenteTo my surprise, just three days after my article, Why is Gerald Celente Avoiding Dr. Stan Monteith’s Show?, Gerald Celente made a brief appearance (22 minutes) on the show, on January 6, 2014.

In my article, I had pointed out that Dr. Stan had tried getting him on at least half a dozen times since 2009, all to no avail.

I asked whether it was because Celente is purportedly anti-Zionist, or because he realized that Dr. Stan’s audience is more cerebral and discerning, or whether it was something else, because, clearly, he wasn’t interested in coming on, and had cancelled at the last minute in December.

Now, it seems, we have our answer. It appears, on the surface, at least, to be primarily, if not exclusively, related to him thinking he’s got better things to do now that he’s so popular in the alternative media.

This despite Dr. Stan’s show having nearly 70 terrestrial radio affiliates over the course of each week. Celente tipped his hat during the interview that he had recently appeared on Russian TV.

True to his carnival barking self, he was in full form 19 minutes into the interview, if you’re up for a little bit of pure entertainment, lacking any meaningful results.

For more on Gerald Celente, see my article, To blow off ritualistic steam, watch Gerald Celente. For real solutions, watch Wayne Walton and Tom J. Kennedy.

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U.S. ConstitutionI have been informed by Judge Douglass Bartley that his four-volume set, “The Kiss of Judice: The Constitution Betrayed: A Coroner’s Inquest and Report” has been completed, with the release of the 4th volume.

You can purchase any or all of them here at Amazon.com.

For interviews with Judge Bartley, see:

1) An interview with constitutionalist judge, Douglass Bartley, on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith: December 18, 2012

2) Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb: Episode 18: Interview with constitutionalist judge, Douglass Bartley

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Gerald CelenteThis is a question that came to my mind in 2012, by which Dr. Stan disclosed on a show with Ron Brown, a gold and silver dealer, that he had tried around half a dozen times to get Gerald Celente on his show, but there had no luck.

Then, I saw that Gerald Celente was listed as a guest on December 20 at 6 PM EST, but he was replaced at the last minute with Stephen Frank, whom I have previously interviewed.

The schedule still shows a rebroadcast on December 27 mentioning Gerald Celente, but it’s the interview with Stephen Frank.

Then, we notice this tweet at 4:02 PM:

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I suspect — based on my experience in following the alternative media since 2006, though I have no hard proof — that Celente’s staff scheduled him in for the 20th, completely unbeknownst to Celente, and once he found out, he unceremoniously cancelled.

Why is Celente avoiding Dr. Stan Monteith’s show?

Could it be because Dr. Stan is an avowed Christian Zionist, and Celente has many Jewish employees who are apparently staunchly anti-Zionist?

Or could it be that Celente realized that his carnival barking approach won’t really go down so well with Dr. Stan’s more cerebral audience?

Or is it something else, altogether?

Past archives show that he was on Dr. Stan’s show in February 2009, and nothing from that interview indicates that anything went wrong, which is why Dr. Stan wanted to have him on again.

For what I think of Zionism, see here. But as far as being against Zionism, that won’t stop me from going on Dr. Stan’s show, as he is a sincere Christian Zionist, based on his sincere religious convictions, though I don’t share them, nor did the majority of Christians for 1800 years until a man named Cyrus I. Scofield came on the scene with his Scofield Bible.

The shows I won’t go on are those where the hosts are disingenuously supportive of Zionism, either as opportunists, through deliberate ignorance, blind support based on ethnic origin, or something more sinister, such as working for the other side, and it’s one or more of those reasons that I won’t go on Coast to Coast AM or the Alex Jones Show.

For more on Gerald Celente, see my article, To blow off ritualistic steam, watch Gerald Celente. For real solutions, watch Wayne Walton and Tom J. Kennedy, and Gerald Celente’s failed Q1 2012 European bank holiday prediction.

For my recent interview with Dr. Stan, see here.

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Stan MonteithHere is a summary I prepared of my interview with Dr. Stan Monteith on Radio Liberty, December 3, 2013.

2m – Canada now more economically free than the United States
3m – most recent to free enterprise in U.S. was for nearly 30 years after the end of the privately owned Second (central) Bank of the United States
3m – no World War prior to privately owned Federal Reserve central bank
3m – James Madison was against the power of Congress to charter a central bank prior to being President, once President, he chartered the Second Bank of the United States
4m – 4 revolutionary changes in 1913 – bogus direct personal income tax, direct election of senators, Federal Reserve and
5m – Rise of Petrodollar since 1947
6m – Canada more economically free because of its relatively increasing adherence to U.S. founding constitutional principles, and a deviation away from Canadian founding principles
6m – government privilege of banks creating credit tied to national currency
7m – Dick Cheney against bailout of big car manufacturers, but no problem with bailing out the big bankers
8m – reform of decentralization, decoupling of bank-issued credit to U.S. dollar
8m – gold standard was setting U.S. dollar relative to an ounce of gold
16m – U.S. has second-worst representation in its House of Representatives relative to any country in the world
16m – I identify Canada as more economically free and decentralized than U.S. in past few years due to better national representation and influence of majority French-speaking province of Quebec pushing for more decentralization to protect its powers
18m – most money in Canada is debt, just like U.S.
18m – Canada’s central bank is publicly owned, but still tied into privately owned Bank for International Settlements
18m – BIS regulation that you can’t borrow directly from your own central bank
19m – interest income from Federal Reserve goes back to the Treasury — over $70 billion recently, but most interest stays with the privately owned member banks
20m – usury originally defined as any amount of interest
20m – not possible for everyone to exponentially increase their productivity relative to compounding debt
27m – Tom J. “UsuryFree” Kennedy calls in, asking about usury-free community currencies
28m – Ithaca Hours, Mountain Hours
28m – Wayne Walton founded usury-free Mountain Hours
29m – local businesses will accept a portion of payment in MHs, or 100%
29m – an associate of the founder, Joby Weeks, lost money with his involvement with Ron Paul Liberty Dollars, and found that paper-based MHs circulated better than the gold coins, because gold was more valuable to hold on to, as a store of wealth, rather than function as a medium of exchange, which is the primary function of money
31m – value of local currencies determined in the marketplace, and they function to promote monetary reform
33m – community currencies are backed by the honesty and integrity of each entrepreneur, and the quality of goods and services they offer
34m – U.S. Constitution does not allow the federal government to “back up” the money supply with precious metals, nor does it allow it to declare any currency legal tender for private debts or payment of goods and services
42m – agree with caller who said the primary reason for giving Congress the power to coin money was to facilitate commerce that was running into problems with states minting and printing their own coins and notes, respectively
42m – Gresham’s Law, whereby bad currencies drive out good currencies, in the presence of legal tender laws – e.g. of Federal Reserve Notes and credit driving out gold, because gold is more valuable to hold on to
43m – difficulty of determining value of precious metal coins, because of how they were stamped by different states
43m – Congress’ power to coin money isn’t restricted to only gold and silver — copper coins were also coined — but no power to make them legal tender for private debts
44m – if States decide to make legal tender laws, they are then required to make gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts (and not goods and services)
44m – caller supported local currencies for sequestering value locally, but need for currencies to facilitate international trade
47m – biggest problem now with monetary system is usury
47m – can’t have gold backed currency with usury, or eventually the private bankers will own all the money supply, or assets secured by their debts
47m – agree with Milton Friedman who told Bill Still that if you don’t end fractional reserve banking, you’ve done nothing to reform the system
48m – fractional reserve banking a ticking time bomb, and agree with those who say it’s fraud, because it’s your deposit functioning as a lottery ticket
48m – Islamic Banking charges fees instead of usury

For my previous interviews on Radio Liberty, see here.

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I helped to arrange this October 4, 2013 interview for Bill Still on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith, subsequent to my interview of Bill Still on the September 22, 2013 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism.

In this most recent interview, Bill prominently talks about his recent trip to Turkey for a monetary reform conference, and the Israeli banking system’s control of Israeli politics.

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U.S. ConstitutionJudge Douglass Bartley, a former Wisconsin tax court judge and author of the four-volume series (three already completed), The Kiss of Judice: The Constitution Betrayed: A Coroner’s Inquest and Report, is scheduled to be on Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb on Truth Frequency Radio, September 1, 2013 at 8 PM Eastern for the full two hours, for the second part of our in-depth discussion of the United States Constitution.

For his previous interviews, see:

1) An interview with constitutionalist judge, Douglass Bartley, on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith, December 18, 2012

2) Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb: Episode 18: Interview with constitutionalist judge, Douglass Bartley

Update: Judge Bartley was unable to make it for this second interview due to personal circumstances. Stay tuned for details about the upcoming fourth volume of his book.

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I helped to arrange the July 18, 2013 Lloyd Dale interview on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith.

Lloyd Dale was a regular guest on the formerly long-running GCN show, the Voice of Reason with John Anderson, until John’s untimely passing in 2011.

It is my assertion that Lloyd and John presented the most accurate interpretation of biblical texts with regard to the identity of the serpent, the devil and Satan, and proper preterism, which was part of my inspiration in guest hosting Charles Giuliani’s January 1, 2013 Truth Hertz show on critically analyzing biblical doctrines.

In his interview, Lloyd talked mostly about the theory of evolution being bogus (with regards to macroevolution), and how he was fired as a high school biology teacher in South Dakota for pointing that out once he came to realize the flaws with the theory, as well as the radical agenda of those seeking to nationalize education in the United States and push a secular humanist agenda, and he discussed home schooling as an alternative.

Previously, I helped arrange interviews for libertarian interviewer Jan Helfeld, author Dennis Marker, Judge Douglass Bartley, financial analyst Joseph Meyer, Austrian economist Dr. Walter Block, and AIDS dissident Dr. Peter Duesberg, as can all be found here.

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