Sunday, June 5, 2011

You have to Fight for your Right to Party!

This post is a followup to an incident at the Jefferson Memorial detailed in an early post. Notice the menacing black shirt swat team, so nice to see that the Waffen SS are now a equal opportunity employer.

Japan nuclear update

Quick! pass the sick bag

I hope if this sycophantic (insert adjective) banker did this at an Australian banker's meeting that someone would have had enough sense to throw a full bottle of beer at this guy's head - sort of a Aussie version of shoe throwing.

No George, "terrorists" don't hate the US for its freedoms, you have very few left anyway, they hate the US because of (insert adjectives) like this guy and the morons who applauded him instead of taking him out the back and beating the (insert noun) out of him.

Gold well supported by fundamentals but a small correction is on the cards - TD Securities

This year, selling in May and going away might not be the best strategy for the gold market as there are some rather important macroeconomic events occuring over the next few months that will have a bearing on the metal. Geoff Candy interviews TD securities analyst on Gold, equities and the US$........listen here

Truth about Markets

This week Max & Stacy take on U2, US fraud and corruption and warn of Greeks bearing CDS's......listen here

Jim Rickards on Financial Repression

Jim Rickard discusses financial repression and QE with Eric King of King World News.....list here

On The Edge - EU says yes to gold bullion collateral

by on Jun 4, 2011

In this edition of On the Edge, Max Keiser interviews J.S kim who is the founder and chief investment strategist of to talk about the EU and its problems.

The Secret of Oz

Written & Directed by Bill Still

What's going on with the world's economy?

Foreclosures are everywhere, unemployment is skyrocketing - and this may only be the beginning. Could it be that solutions to the world's economic problems could have been embedded in the most beloved children's story of all time, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"? The yellow brick road (the gold standard), the emerald city of Oz (greenback money), even Dorothy's silver slippers (changed to ruby slippers for the movie version) were powerful symbols of author L. Frank Baum's belief that the people - not the big banks -- should control the quantity of a nation's money.