Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Mike Maloney - The case for $20,000 Gold

I highly recommend watching this lecture by Mike Maloney. Although I think he is somewhat conservative in his US$ price for gold. As the value of the US$ approaches zero gold (and silver) must approach infinity, just as it did in Weimar Germany, Zimbabwe and in every other failed fiat currency ~ all 3,800 of them.

James Turk - On the 40th Anniversary of the closing of the Gold Window

James Turk discusses gold and silver with Eric King of King World News on the 40th anniversary of Nixon closing the Gold Window.......listen here

This is why international travelers have more fear entering the 'free' USA than Communist China

At the moment the 'barbed wire' is facing out from the USA, how long will it be before it faces in?

Classic Peter Schiff interview from 2009

Going for Gold

From: RussiaToday | Aug 16, 2011

The largest holder of U.S. debt is getting frustrated over Washington's financial situation. So Vice President Joe Biden is heading to China on a mission of reassurance on Wednesday. But Puru Saxena, who's an investment adviser in Hong Kong, says Washington's troubles are too big for its Asian partner to stop worrying about.

Fears Israel has Lebanon strike on cards

by on Aug 15, 2011

Peace activists in Tel Aviv believe a new Israeli-Lebanon war is now inevitable. They say now is the perfect time for a new conflict to shift international attention from social protests within Israel, as well as the possibility a new Palestinian state could be recognized. And as Paula Slier reports, there's still a lot of tension from the previous war.

Keiser Report: Banking Looters

If you think Max goes a little far in his 'bankster bashing' in this episode, I suggest he does not go far enough. If you haven't already seen the movie "Inside Job" I highly recommend it. It is out now on DVD. The trailer, interview with the director and world's best ever Oscar acceptance speech are in this post

by on Aug 16, 2011

This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, observe the British shock that there is no society. In the second half of the show Max talks to former bank regulator, William K. Black about the absence of justice for banking crimes and whether or not the population plays a role in demanding this justice.