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Arthur Rothstein Subsistence homestead project, Dalworthington Gardens, Texas Summer 1936

I did an interview last Saturday with KMO at C-Realm, who serves up a great free podcast every week on a wide variety of topics. Here’s his description of this one:

KMO welcomes Ilargi of The Automatic Earth to the C-Realm to talk about the sorry state of watchdog journalism, the unhelpful rhetoric of American politicians and pundits around Vladimir Putin’s actions with regard to Ukraine, the media’s failure to examine the US role in bringing down the Yanukovych government, and the fragility of the Chinese economy given its dependence on a shadow banking system which has provided it with a vital life-line of credit. KMO begins and ends the episode with some thoughts on the suicide of Michael C. Ruppert.

It had been a long time since I did an interview. So I hear myself looking for a shape and a rhythm.

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    Arthur Rothstein Subsistence homestead project, Dalworthington Gardens, Texas Summer 1936 I did an interview last Saturday with KMO at C-Realm, who se
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    Ilargi ;

    Why, you ask, do you write if everyone reads The Telegraph?

    You must write BECAUSE too many read the The Telegraph!

    One mind at a time.

    Carry on.

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    That was a good interview; enjoyed it. Woodward and Bernstein? The likes of them are gone, or held in abeyance. Paul Craig Roberts said he was a former editor of The Wall Street Journal, and he witnessed the change in the media. He said:

    “…many of them know they cannot tell the truth, otherwise they’ll be fired. They know it’s pointless to take a story that contradicts the president or the secretary of state or the CIA or the NSA to the editor. He or she will look at you and say What are you crazy? Do you want to get us both fired? So they simply don’t bother. It’s quite a corrupt milieu, and it must be deadening to the soul. But that’s what it is to be a mainstream journalist today.”

    Too many people are only listening to the mainstream media, and they really have no idea what the truth is. I agree with “one mind at a time”. My kids know the name of this site, and they tell their teachers, and the teachers talk in the staff room, and then they tell someone else…..and eventually the herd shifts. It just takes time.

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