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On the February 1, 2014 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I discussed the following issues:

My Josh Tolley Show appearance, recent Ellen Brown appearance, Israel’s online “hate” task force, NY Times hit piece against Rand Paul, how he’s an establishment asset, Tom Woods says NYT smeared him, yet touts their praise of his writings, Lew Rockwell says NYT reporter part of regime, yet he created government-regulated Mises Institute.

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Lew RockwellFrom this January 25, 2014 New York Times hit piece against Rand Paul and Mises Institute associates, Lew Rockwell told a New York Times reporter who requested a tour of the Mises Institute campus that he’s “part of the regime“, yet Lew Rockwell himself is the Chairman of a government-sanctioned and government-regulated institution, the 501(c)(3) tax-exempt Ludwig von Mises Institute.

Despite the claim that tax money is better off in the hands of its donors, and the analogy given by Rockwell and other anarcho-capitalists that it is valid and even a moral duty for an individual to seek to pay as little taxes as possible, it doesn’t hold in the case of the Mises Institute, since it was created by Lew Rockwell and others voluntarily entering into an agreement with government, whereas individuals are being taxed on the basis of their very natural existence.

For a close examination of Lew Rockwell’s anti-state credentials, see my articles:

1) 10 questions for Lew Rockwell

2) Lew Rockwell entered into a voluntary agreement with the same government he regards as “far worse than the mafia.”

3) The Ludwig von Mises Institute hates government so much, they’re a government-sanctioned and regulated tax-exempt organization.

4) Austrian economics is big business: The Mises Institute’s $22 million war chest

5) Self-described anti-state LewRockwell.com regularly posting state media articles by Russia Today

6) Lew Rockwell promotes the government-granted privilege of concealed-carry more than the natural right of open carry

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Tom WoodsFrom his January 30, 2014 podcast, Tom Woods said, in response to this January 25, 2014 New York Times hit piece against Rand Paul and Mises Institute associates like Walter Block (at 9:47):

“Basically, I don’t talk to the New York Times anymore. They write to me, they want some comment, I tell them no, I’ve been smeared by you guys before.”

Yet, five days after the article, Woods is still touting that he’s a “New York Times Bestselling Author” on the top of his website, and on his Facebook page.

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If the New York Times is so bad and has been known to “smear” him and others like Walter Block and Ron Paul, why is he still touting their lauding of his authorship?

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On the March 17, 2013 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism, I covered the following issues, among others:

My take on Oracle going off the air, fake monetary quotes, nature of money, gold and silver vs. paper, Congress’ power to coin money, Rand Paul’s filibuster distraction from not enough senators, Austrian economics controlled opposition & Syrian uprising.

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Luke RudkowskiI strongly support individual activism, and Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change has inspired many in that regard.

However, given my experience with the vicious tactics employed by the likes of Robert Gallo and Anthony Fauci in the $300+ billion AIDS scam, I seriously have to question why Luke Rudkowski hasn’t had his press credentials revoked, if those he exposes really feel threatened by his activities.

On the other hand, Abby Martin of Russia Today was threatened by Rand Paul’s staff that she could have her press credentials revoked, and she could possibly be arrested.

Rand Paul’s staff are lightweights compared to the institutional heft of the U.S. government and its chief AIDS scam promoters, Robert Gallo and Anthony Fauci.

From the AIDS scam, we see that those who are regarded as true threats to the scam can be kept off the mass media (Dr. Peter Duesberg being a key example), and that news organizations exposing the scam are bullied, such as Harper’s in 2006, for publishing investigative journalist Celia Farber’s article, Out of Control: AIDS and the corruption of medical science.

Even the so-called alternative talk show, Coast to Coast AM, is in on the act of keeping discussion of the AIDS scam off its airwaves, thanks especially to George Noory.

Revoking press credentials and controlling access is an easy thing for the establishment, but they have not yet seen fit to revoke Luke Rudkowski’s press credentials, and I really have to ask the question, “why?”

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Webster TarpleyDespite Alex Jones getting very upset at Webster Tarpley for his criticism of Ron Paul’s campaign and economic policies during Bilderberg 2012, he’s invited him back on twice in the one month since then.

The prisonplanet.tv archives show Tarpley was subsequently interviewed on June 11 and June 29.

So much for not wanting to give Tarpley any more credibility.

On the June 7, 2012 episode of Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith, even before these two interviews, Joel Skousen said (at 8:39):

Of course, you know, you have to wonder what a person like Tarpley, spouting out all these government programs, is doing on conservative talk radio.

He later said (at 9:17):

I’m hoping, you know, that Alex will wake up and stop interviewing this guy.

To which Dr. Stan Monteith responded with:

If you notice, he is never on my programs, and I don’t mean that derogatorily towards Alex at all, but I have never trusted [Webster] Tarpley. I interviewed him one time, and that was all I needed.

We’ll be back in a just a moment here with Joel Skousen. And I would simply say be very wary of anything this gentleman — I’m speaking of Webster Tarpley — says. He’s a LaRouche follower, and Lyndon LaRouche was so far to the left, he even embarrassed the communists.

Speaking of Lyndon LaRouche, the prisonplanet.tv archives show he’s been invited on eight times since 2011.

For more on him, see my articles:

11/04/11: Dr. Stan Monteith on Lyndon LaRouche: “He is, I believe, part of the controlled opposition”

08/21/11: More monetary misinformation from Lyndon LaRouche on the Alex Jones Show

04/09/11: Lyndon LaRouche jumps off the deep end on Alex Jones

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English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting...Those who have made good faith criticisms of Alex Jones in the same way that Alex Jones himself makes good faith criticisms of those more popular than himself — like Barack Obama and Rush Limbaugh — are accused of being jealous of his success and of dividing the movement.

As I pointed out in a previous article, by that logic, Alex Jones’ criticism of Barack Obama and Rush Limbaugh is motivated by his jealousy of their success because they are more popular than he is.

It shows how phony that retort has always been, and how it betrays an uncritical devotion to a personality as opposed to an uncompromising search for truth.

Now that Alex Jones has rightly come out and criticized Rand Paul’s endorsement of Romney as a “betrayal,” and asked Ron Paul to account for his presidential campaign decisions, those Alex Jones supporters who criticize others for questioning the statements and actions of prominent figures in the liberty community as “dividing the movement” are mostly silent about Alex Jones having done that, as one will see from perusing the comments at Infowars.com.

Here were Alex Jones’ strong words for Ron Paul:

1:11: “taking wind out of your own sails — and out of our sails

1:24: “What did you expect to happen from this? Well, you’re very politically smart — you knew it would blow up in your face, and I have to tell you — I am not going to go down on the Ron Paul ship. If you don’t come out and explain yourself to your constituents and supporters, this is going to spread like a cancer…

6:11: “I’m ashamed that I didn’t listen to the voices warning me in the last six months, and pointing out this trail of many betrayals that we’ve been witnessing leading up to this larger betrayal.

6:50: “And to watch you mortally wounding the movement you helped build is very, very sad.

The Alex Jones double standard-bearers are those who took exception with those making legitimate criticisms of Rand and Ron Paul prior to Alex Jones taking them to task. It was “dividing the movement” to ask, as I did, whether Ron Paul will throw 9/11 Truth under the bus again, like he did in 2012, with negative comments on my post on RonPaulForums.com like, “truthers is why we lost last time also. go the f***[edited] away.”

As Alex Jones himself said, he should’ve heeded the words of those warning him since the end of 2011 that things weren’t right with the campaign.

I was aware of this before Rand’s endorsement, and wrote the May 16, 2012 article, Dr. Stan Monteith: “I’m sure that they’ve infiltrated and neutralized Ron Paul’s political candidacy,” and the May 31 article, Was Ron Paul’s 2012 Republican presidential nomination campaign sabotaged from within?

And there was my 2009 prediction that Rand Paul wouldn’t be a constitutional candidate, despite Infowars.com automatically flagging my comment for moderation on an article claiming he was a constitutional candidate at the time.

Now let’s see if any prominent alternative media personality criticizes Alex Jones the way he criticized Ron Paul and isn’t raked over the coals by the Alex Jones double standard-bearers.

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