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Keiser Report: Planet Ponzi (E298)

In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss shamed, naive and unsustainable ponzis and the UK’s Metropolitan Police’s Total War on Economic Crime (or at least that committed by the bottom 99%). In the second half of the show Max talks to Mitch Feierstein, hedge fund manager and author of Planet Ponzi, about […]

Keiser Report: Plankton of Fraud (E296)

In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the plankton of accounting fraud welcoming Jamie Dimon to the club. In the second half of the show Max talks to Simon Rose of SaveOurSavers.co.uk about the price of money and the central planning of the Bank of England Follow Max Keiser on Twitter: http://twitter.com/maxkeiser […]

Irish Voters Bow to Central Bank Dictates

The Irish verdict is in, and, as predicted, the Irish people voted to accept the European Union’s new proposed fiscal treaty, which would lock in additional austerity measures and spending limits for years to come. The vote was something of an anti-climax, since the German-supported effort to get European debt under control and stabilize the […]

Irish Voters Bow to Central Bank Dictates

The Irish verdict is in, and, as predicted, the Irish people voted to accept the European Union’s new proposed fiscal treaty, which would lock in additional austerity measures and spending limits for years to come. The vote was something of an anti-climax, since the German-supported effort to get European debt under control and stabilize the […]

Deficit financing: picking your poison

goldmoney.com / By Chris Marcus / June 1, 2012 When a government spends more than it collects it runs a deficit. The deficit needs to be financed and the three primary methods are taxation, borrowing, and money printing. There are different qualities associated with each method that are worth examining in greater detail, given the […]

Sell It All: Recipe for Catastrophe?

Watch the full Keiser Report E296 on Saturday! In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the plankton of accounting fraud welcoming Jamie Dimon to the club. In the second half of the show Max talks to Simon Rose of SaveOurSavers.co.uk about the price of money and the central planning of the Bank […]

Keiser Report: Unelected Officials (E295)

In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the tax-free living Christine Lagarde, an unelected official, waving the flag for French banks while harassing Greek citizens while Silvio Berlusconi’s ‘pleasure chest’ drives up the bunga bunga market. In the second half of the show Max talks to Hugo Salinas Price who appeals to […]

‘Ireland year away from Greek devastation unless austerity stopped’

Full script http://on.rt.com/bjinkx With close to 500,000 unemployed and 250,000 children living in poverty, Ireland is feeling the burden of austerity. Now the traumatized Irish economy is faced with even more cuts. Richard Boyd Barrett is a member of the Irish parliament and will vote “no” in a referendum on a fiscal pact with the […]

All Eyes on Ireland: Austerity on referendum knife-edge

Voters in Ireland head to the polls today, in a referendum to decide whether or not to approve the European Union’s Fiscal Treaty. Driven by Germany, it controversially plans strict central EU control of the national budgets of member states who’ve signed up. But opponents see it as a permanent austerity charter – with many […]

Berlusconi’s €20 million bunga-bunga

Watch the full Keiser Report E295 later today! In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the tax-free living Christine Lagarde, an unelected official, waving the flag for French banks while harassing Greek citizens while Silvio Berlusconi’s ‘pleasure chest’ drives up the bunga bunga market. In the second half of the show Max […]