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Interview 1449 – James Corbett on Censorship, Regulation and Deepfakes

06/13/201910 Comments

In a previous interview entitled The Social Media Regulation Psyop, (link in the show notes) James Corbett and I discussed the orchestrated suppression and censorship of independent voices online, the reaction we all saw that followed, and the potentially pre-planned government “solution” to this manufactured problem; and if correct, what that would mean for the future of social media, independent news, and just freedom of speech & press in general. Well In recent weeks we have seen massive purges on social media, initiation of anti-trust investigations, efforts to break up big tech companies, and of course interestingly timed massive internet outages. So what’s really going on, and what’s about to happen? Just as before, there is no better person in my opinion to have on to discuss these developments than James Corbett.

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Don’t Throw Big Tech in the Briar Patch! – #PropagandaWatch

05/14/201920 Comments


Oh, no! Don’t regulate Big Tech! How will they ever be able to put up with the government enshrining them as the monopoly platforms that everyone must use?

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Interview 1382 – The Social Media Regulation Psyop

08/28/20187 Comments

James Corbett joins The Last American Vagabond once again to discuss what we are seeing today with the proposed regulation of the currently trending social media outlets.

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Jeffrey Tucker Bids Farewell to Net Neutrality

11/29/2017


Jeffrey Tucker of FEE.org joins us again to discuss his latest article, “Goodbye Net Neutrality; Hello Competition.” We explore the details of the net neutrality discussion that is being ignored by nearly everyone, including how the corporatocracy actually favours net neutrality and how government regulation of the internet is precisely what is keeping prices high and access to the market restricted for would-be competitors.

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Interview 1327 – Jeffrey Tucker Bids Farewell to Net Neutrality

11/27/201728 Comments

Jeffrey Tucker of FEE.org joins us again to discuss his latest article, “Goodbye Net Neutrality; Hello Competition.” We explore the details of the net neutrality discussion that is being ignored by nearly everyone, including how the corporatocracy actually favours net neutrality and how government regulation of the internet is precisely what is keeping prices high and access to the market restricted for would-be competitors.

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The Banksters Win Again: Senate Makes It Harder For Americans to Sue Banks

10/29/20179 Comments

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Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle” – FLNWO #35

05/31/201613 Comments

You’ve probably heard all about Upton Sinclair’s 1906 expose of the turn-of-the-century American meatpacking industry and the Chicago stockyards…but everything you’ve heard about it is wrong. The book wasn’t an expose of the meatpackers, the legislation it inspired served to help the industry it sought to punish, and Sinclair himself hated the end result of his book, which aimed for the heart and hit the stomach by accident. Join us for this month’s edition of the Film, Literature and the New World Order as we learn not to trust what’s on the label of mainline history.

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Interview 665 – Paul Craig Roberts on the Economic Dissolution of the West

05/23/20132 Comments

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts joins us once again to discuss his latest book, The Failure of Laissez Faire Capitalism and Economic Dissolution of the West. We talk about the failure of outdated macroeconomic theories to describe the current economic context. We also debate the role of deregulation in the current economic crisis and discuss the political and social dissolution that American society is experiencing.

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Interview 558 – David Smith on the Global Banking Cartel

11/16/20121 Comment

David L. Smith of the Geneva Business Insider joins us for our regular monthly conversation. This month we discuss the end of UBS’ casino banking capabilities, bank regulation as a tool of foreign policy, the implications of the Obama re-election and the Petraeus scandal, and the pros and cons of relocating to Switzerland.

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Sunday Update – 2011/07/03

07/03/20110 Comments


Radiation Coverups Confirmed: Los Alamos, Fort Calhoun, Fukushima, TSA

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