Published on Nov 16, 2013
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss confessions and corruption, back doors and austerity. They look at Mark Carney's claim that house prices are rising because of expectations of higher wages and at David Cameron's calls for permanent austerity for the non-corporate class. Max suggests QE is being used not only to keep TBTF banks afloat but to keep whole bankers that would otherwise be vivisected. In the second half, Max interviews Cody Wilson about living in a trifecta of disruptive technologies as a citizen of the future in which bitcoin means a thousand silk roads and fanfare for the common man.