In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the horror, the horror of the apocalyptic scenes that central bankers have wrought upon the innocent and the deranged alike. This apocalyptic aftermath of meeting the Colonely Kurtz like central bankers is an economy in which the under-30s are left behind and the pauperization of workers through inflation. They also look at the testimony in the lawsuit by Maurice ‘Hank’ Greenberg in which it was revealed that then Treasury Secretary, Hank Paulson lied to Congress!
In the second half, Max interviews Mitch Feierstein of PlanetPonzi.com about how democracy has been vaporised in the UK and the result is the falling wages which have led to protests in the streets of London.
Jason Burack and Mo Dawoud did a market wrap and discussed market volatility, a potential market crash and the wealth effect.
Jason and Mo think after 2008 the rules changed and now asset prices will not be allowed to drop an enormous amount and if they do drop say 15-20% they may not be allowed to stay that low for more than 6-12 months due to the amount of leverage holding assets like stocks, bonds and real estate.
Miles Franklin hosted a Webinar moderated by Media Director Andy Hoffman featuring top minds in the silver research community. Panelists included David Morgan, Harvey Organ, Steve St. Angelo, and Bill Holter of Miles Franklin. They discussed supply/demand of gold and silver, mining production, oil prices, trading, and the bullion industry.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss Johnny Rotten challenging Russell Brand and offer the show as a platform for a debate between the two. Max notes that quantitative easing is the central bank equivalent of punk rock gobbing. They highlight several of the many market distortions similar to the insanity leading up to the 1929 market crash - including $140,000 AUD cats. In the second half, Max continues with his interview of Professor Antal Fekete of FeketeResearch.com about how the 1921 bond market collapse led the US Federal Reserve & Treasury conspiring to illegally introduce open market operation, leading to a situation in which profits in the bond market are risk free while profits in the commodity market are NOT risk free.