Saturday, August 18, 2012

Keiser Report: Consumption-tration Camps

Aug 18, 2012 by

In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss consumption-tration camps, savers subsidising fraud in the City of London and JP Morgan sacrificing their balance sheet and the US dollar. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to the one and only silver guru, David Morgan of, about shorting bonds and buying silver.

34 Shot and Killed at South African Platinum Mine

Aug 18, 2012 by
Police who shot and killed 34 striking miners say they fired in self-defence. But what was behind this brutal police crackdown and how will it play out politically in South Africa? Guests: Patrick Craven, David Wilson, and Zweli Mnisi.

The platinum price has responded accordingly:

World Gold Council see higher Gold prices later half of year

Marcus Grubb, managing director of investment research at the World Gold Council, discusses the outlook for gold demand and prices. He speaks with Linzie Janis on Bloomberg Television’s ‘Countdown.’

George Galloway on Julian Assange and Wikileaks

Aug 17, 2012 by

British Foreign Secretary William Hague has said that the UK will not allow safe passage to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to leave the country after Ecuador granted him political asylum. Assange, founder of the anti-secrecy website Wikileaks, released giant troves of secret US documents on Iraq and Afghanistan wars in 2010. Moreover, following the release of documents, Bradley Manning, a US army soldier, was arrested in Iraq on suspicion of having passed the classified documents to Wikileaks in May the same year. Assange and Manning have been targeted by the US government as criminals since then.

Earlier in June, Assange requested political asylum at Ecuador's embassy in London to avoid his extradition to Sweden, where he was accused of sexual offences. On August 16, 2012, Ecuador's government granted asylum to Assange after Britain threatened to storm Ecuadorian embassy and arrest Assange. Supporters of Assange have spent the night outside the Ecuadorian embassy protesting against the UK Police forces' threat to arrest him, media reports said.

Alex Jones and Max Keiser on Gold and the Collapse

Aug 17, 2012 by
On the Friday, August 17 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex welcomes economist, journalist and American broadcaster Max Keiser to discuss the warning signs of an impending economic collapse, the effect this will have globally and solutions that would bring us back from certain financial doom.

Capital Account - Is the Global Economy facing a Kondratieff Winter

Aug 17, 2012 by