[KR57] Keiser Report! – Markets! Finance! Drunk Brokers! Obscene Bankers!

Stacy Summary: We look at the latest scandals of American newspapers that rebrand torture as ‘waterboarding’; Timmy Geithner’s unwitting junk bond buyers; and, bailed out American banks financing Mexican drug lords. In the second half of the show, Max talks to lawyer, Luc Saucier, about building a case of obscenity against the banks.

93 comments on “[KR57] Keiser Report! – Markets! Finance! Drunk Brokers! Obscene Bankers!
  1. Majestic says:

    my “whoot” #2!
    ( 😉 to Mother Earth)

  2. The Mad Ape says:

    Being a Broker is so easy, even a drunk can do it!

  3. Wahrheit says:

    The obscenity approach will never work because the psychology of meritocracy is such that any means to get money is not only acceptable but considered just, because American narcissists believe they are worthy of unlimited wealth and have been unjustly deprived, no matter how talentless they in fact are.

  4. The Mad Ape says:

    @ Wahrheit: You need to tone down the lingo bro. Don’t attempt over-verbosity when trying to talk about financial terrorism. Use the K.I.S.S. principle.

  5. Talcott says:

    Taking a moral tact, in relation to the us/world banking system Im reminded of


  6. MirrorMirror says:

    @Talcott …. Taking a moral tact, in relation to the us/world banking system Im reminded of

    …So also my heavenly Father will do to every one of you, if you do not forgive your brother from your heart.”

    – Matthew 18:21-35

    So if Goldman Sachs is doing God’s work, then I presume they will forgive all our debt when the end comes !

    Sort of suggests Death of the Dollar .

  7. Sirial says:

    Watching as always!

  8. Wahrheit says:

    @Mad Ape

    Actually I always talk like that.

    But I can try to translate to street lingo. Here goes: Those lame ass sucker Americans think they’re all hot shit and they deserve truckloads of cash. They may be talentless fools, but they insist they’re deprived and ain’t got no shame. Their motto: grab all you can.

  9. flicks says:

    Angela Knight – Bankers Association was on The Daily Politics talking (I feel a bout of obscenity coming on) bo**ocks at the end and time cut short, if you have access to the BBC iplayer it will be on there soon.

  10. Wahrheit says:


    I suspect the early Christians recycled one of Aesop’s fables to come up with that.

  11. Wahrheit says:


    Given that Obama hasn’t restored Posse Comitatus, and the US Army has been training to take over American cities and engage in crowd control and even round-ups of dissidents, most likely Goldman Sachs won’t be forgiving anyone’s debts.

    Goldman et al are driving a truck off a cliff because they plan to jump out at the last moment and then claim the little people disabled the brakes. Never mind that they were steering…

  12. MirrorMirror says:


    Goldman et al are driving a truck off a cliff because they plan to jump out at the last moment and then claim the little people disabled the brakes. Never mind that they were steering…

    Can I frame that ?…. so much Wahrheit in one sentence !

  13. Wahrheit says:


    Wait, wait, in haiku form:

    Goldman drives off cliff
    At last moment they jumped out
    Little people’s fault

  14. MirrorMirror says:

    Bilderberg Breaker: US builds 13 secret bases for war with Russia


    Pretty interesting .
    Sees the same problem as I mentioned : “How to get Russia and China” into the ( Bilderberg ) “Club” !!!

  15. Jason says:

    The most lucrative businesses on the internet sell porn.
    You cannot legislate morality.
    In the past personal conduct was regulated by the person’s shame of violating the principles of religious morality. It is religious morality that informs us of the things that we should not do. The Christian religion used to be the force that regulated personal behavior in the western world. “God saw that and will punish you!” “The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom.”
    The west has embraced moral relativism. They like to say that Einstein proved relativity but the theory of relativity says that the laws of physics are the same everywhere in the universe so the corollary would mean that the laws of morality are the same for everyone. The moral relativists are actually invoking Nieche and nihilism.
    In Biblical times there was a jubilee every fifity years at which time all debts were canceled. What the world needs now is a global jubalee.

  16. Milind says:

    Wow…. Valuable information…You rock Max Thanx:)

  17. MirrorMirror says:

    MUST WATCH …. Wow !!

    Who are you Mr President Nigel Farage asks Bilderberger Van Rompuy.


  18. Milind says:

    What a coincidence??.. the CEO of BP Tony Hayward sold £1.4 million of his shares approximately a month b4 Oil Spill …Another one.. Goldman Sachs sold $250 million of BP stock before spill,Goldman Sachs had 44% of total bp investment b4 spill…

  19. snoop diddy says:

    the fun and games in the EU go on:
    Zapatero likened to Mugabe on Spanish land grab

  20. snoop diddy says:

    coincidence, I was just looking through Farage vids, and came up with that other EU one. Then I looked back through posts to see you posted one on Farage 🙂 I saw that one a while back, he was fined for that which just goes to show free speech is dead in the EU Parliament unless it’s against someone who is in favour of increasing its size. He has been called all sorts of things in the EU Parliament with no penalty to those other people.

  21. MirrorMirror says:

    @snoopy … Farage & Co.

    Include Dan Hannan as well .. he’s a good man IMO.

    I presume the Taxpayers are paying for Bilderberg “Meeting” security ?
    Anyone know ?

  22. davem says:

    The new UK government keep repeating the line that draconian cuts are necessary because the country is in a desperate situation – debts so huge need desperate measures – and that these debts are the fault of the irresponsible last govt who spent like there was no tomorrow. So now they have to sort out the mess. But the debts mostly come from bailing out the banks dont they? And the conservatives fully agreed and supported the bank bailouts. What I find troubling is that the more times you say a lie, and it isn’t challenged, then it becomes fact or truth. They’ve sold the austerity package well so far, the Brits like the idea of pulling together in a national crisis, trouble is as I see it, it’s a fake crisis, a manufactured crisis, based on lies, really sad.

  23. snoop diddy says:

    Yes, I like Hannan too.
    This was a good speech from Hannan the other day, but it goes for a fair while over several clips. The intro is in the first one so start from the 2nd one if you have the time to watch:

    Part 2 – MEP Daniel Hannan on the EU

  24. Ptah says:

    MirrorMirror: Hannan and Farage are as bad as any Bilderberger, don’t kid yourself. They are little Englanders and self-publicists. If they dislike Bilderberg it is because they don’t get an invite – not due to any philosphical or political reasons. You may as well add Nick Griffin to your list too.

  25. MirrorMirror says:

    @snoopy …. Thx … great speech !

    Your link – Part 2 :

    Part 3 :


  26. Fiatmentalist says:

    Still cant seem to get any solid information on whose behind the BIS.


    Although the “Banks are evil” diatribe is doing the rounds no one seems to be painting the picture of the central banks role. Artificialy low interest rate and cheap money from the central banks fueled all this. Didnt Keiser say he would fix this immediatley fix this simply by raising interest rates?

    Whos making who an offer they cant refuse?

  27. Dedo says:

    @Ptah,…”Hannan and Farage are as bad as any Bilderberger, don’t kid yourself.”

    There is a political process,..unless you just want to carry on like the disorganized rabble that make banners,..and chant, and get nowhere!

    It does make me chuckle though, when provocateurs like mAx and Stacy, tout the folk to rise up!,…
    I’d believe more in folk who espouse their beliefs, if they actually walked the talk,…(No insult intended)
    BTW: I think that mAx and Stacy are doing a very good job,..and those who know,..know I’m not being contradictory!

    Join in the game,..or be a bystander,..and stand by !

  28. Joe9083 says:

    Please Max I know you probably didnt think about it, but its not kiddy porn its Child abuse

  29. Joe9083 says:

    P,S I would have thought you and Stacy would have spoken about Gold getting Killed lately .

  30. ROVSKI says:

    The Banksters in New York are at it again, gold getting killed. Getting ready to load up with some more.

  31. Gold is falling quite fast today 🙁


    This is predicted as a key move before a huge leap……what I want to know is the time frame involved in such a leap to ooowww lets say $5000 as stated by Max….

    Fingers crossed chaps….

    Tally Ho!

  32. frances snoot says:

    Well? Who is he?

  33. gachann says:

    Gold making another quick leg down targeted for 1160 area in my estimation. Nice correction. If goes right thru that area then it gets interesting to see how much JPM can naked short sell it back to 1000, crush all the goldbugs and reinstitute propaganda and full-on distortion back into an already wildly manipulated sector. People directionally trading Gold without hedges are insane. It sells off huge at every new high and thats not by coincidence. Until the Comex is broken this will continue all the way up or all the way down, doesn’t matter.

  34. Brandon Sanks says:

    According to a survey by the UK daily mail over half of Germans want a return to the D Mark.

  35. Mother Earth says:

    Somebody predicted it would be back at $800 by august, its price makes no sense whatsever, unless the US agreed to lower its gold price to allow foreign banks to stock up, or people are leaving to move their cash..Asia is takinng over and currencies there are (percieved as) solid

  36. gachann says:

    I am not so confident in buying a ‘bottom’ in this Gold correction. I do not underestimate the power of JPM, that would be foolish. They could crush the gold price here and completely stall out the rally. the only way to go for me is to hedge, otherwise I’m just playing roulette with huge forces. My feeling is that these impulsive selling legs down are so swift that something is in store and the overconfidence amongst the bugs is not bullish by any means. There is so much waterfall action in the precious lmetals markets that it makes me very cautious at this juncture, I don’t want to be and it makes me on guard. The big boys would love to destroy and drown this baby in the crib and timing is all.

  37. frances snoot says:

    Yuan flexible:

    euro up
    oil up
    dollar down
    gold down


    “Despite its historical inverse correlation to the euro/ dollar currency cross, the gold price has recently displayed a negative correlation to the euro.”


  38. MirrorMirror says:

    Last dance ? … gotta love it !

    Backstreet IDF Boys: Israeli soldiers dancing video controversy


  39. ROVSKI says:

    I believe India bought a lot of gold at 1075 approx so there is a precedent there where central banks stock up in this range. IMHO

  40. Mike/Liverpool says:

    Gold getting KILLED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    You Wrong Keiser!

  41. gachann says:


    This idiot is at it again. Shillary is so pathetic, so astoundingly dumb it boggles the mind. Do we really need a moron who failed her first two law entrance exams to run the State Department? I suppose so, – karma. Amazes me to this day that the most mediocre apes run the government. Dolts with less skill than a kid running for Class Treasurer.

  42. Dedo says:

    Don’t know why you numb nuts keep going on about Gold up/down,…just frickin’ trade it,..and make some filthy lucra,..what’sa matter huh.
    As mAx has stated, the trouble with brokers, is they’ll make you broke,.and get drunk on the strength of it,…..LOL

  43. ROVSKI says:

    Is it just me or could the timing of this light hearted dancing clip be a distraction from the murders recently committed.

  44. gachann says:

    then again, maybe Gold is getting crushed to set up buying ops for some big people who want the metal at very cheap prices to setup a huge,late August boner rally.

  45. Dedo says:

    I was given a pearl of wisdom once,..but, wanted more, so exchanged it for a nugget of truth,…then later found out it was a pack of lies,…: )
    tum de dumb,…

  46. ROVSKI says:

    @ Dedo for most people gold is a run to mummy trade, buy and hold / bury. There are patterns and it can be traded but a pattern is just a patten until its not. I wish you well.

  47. Dedo says:

    ROVSKI,…….Patterns smatterns,….. trade the price, it never fails,…..: )
    Just follow the big boys,..doesn’t take a lot of working out !

  48. gachann says:


    Goes to show that Gold isn’t the only thing crashing these days.

  49. tom says:

    This may be a mean thing to say but the French lawyer seems to fit the definition of a “useful idiot”. The past decade has been way beyond obscene! But nobody seems to notice.

  50. frances snoot says:

    Euro-dollar exchange was the old pivot, Dedo. See-saw going fast now: they’ll find some excuse to fix the exchange between the two (eurodollar).

    They’ve got a new liquidity pump now (rickards):

    Rickards: “…But the alternative is to find another engine, another liquidity pump if you will, and that’s clearly what the G-20 leadership would like to do, and their sort of chosen candidate are the SDR’s, and their chosen vehicle is the IMF. So basically the IMF putting out SDR’s, will over time displace the Fed printing dollars as the engine of world trade, world liquidity and world growth.”


    Problematic is that the new pump does not retain access for anyone but the privileged few uber-elites and their minions.

  51. ROVSKI says:

    @ Dedo I always keep my core position and buy sell physical for sport. Sold some at 1256 this time, but they are sneaky buggers and didn’t smash the price this month when the contracts were due. As my wife says we are not on this inside driving the price. We are on the outside looking in, just guessing. Once again, wish you well.

  52. Dedo says:

    @ROVSKI,…..Wish you well to,..and thanks,…: )

  53. Mike/Liverpool says:

    A year from now, Keiser will be sat in his wine-o jacket under an archway drinking white sprint with Schiff/Jensan etc….

  54. Ptah says:


    Not sure what you are referring to.

    I was making the point that individuals such as Farage and Hannan are not some form of libertarian political animal but political careerists. I think that due to their exposure on Alex Jones show there is the possibility they get rounded up into the same category as politicians such as Ron Paul who as far as I can tell is endorsed by a lot of people who alsio enjoy Max and Stacy. Whislt not being a Ron Paul ‘fan’ I understand the reasons why so many on this site follow his movements with interest. Both Farage and Hannan are amusing but I would be a bystander if I did not participate in the discussion.

    So, what were you saying about a political process?

  55. MirrorMirror says:

    NYT : Wall Street Traders Return and Start Buying


    LOL …yeah … using the DJIA Pump-Flag = Goebbels Index !

    We can really do without these MSM rags IMO … they serve no useful purpose … not even toilet paper .. as it’s now digital, like the US$.

  56. Dedo says:

    @Mike von Loverpill,…..LOL,.very good,..haha,..made me laugh (obviously)

  57. gachann says:


    talk about obscentiy, this filthy vampire is back in the public eye. I think he’s a perfect fit for BP actually. Vampires attract vampires. Blair with age looks more and more like the Count himself, I half expect to begin hearing a slight Transylvannian accent crop up in his delivery, maybe some suddenly detectable growth in his corner incisors. It will make for a pleasant change of pace from his JPM job where he was shilling so much for oil that he wore out 2 pairs of knee pads a day over the last year and gallons upon gallons of KY.

  58. Chris Gould says:

    relevant googling giggle at1:31….George Carlin
    on one of today’s topics.

  59. F. Beard says:

    OK, I can’t hold off any more. Even one’s local, prudent, fractional reserve banker is a government backed counterfeiter who steals purchasing power in the government enforced monopoly money supply. Our entire money system is fundamentally obscene in that it steals from and oppresses the poor for the sake of the rich.

    Solution? Abolish the government backed banking cartel and allow liberty in money creation, acceptance and usage. Let government money be legal tender ONLY for government debt. Allow private monies to serve the private sector.

    As for private monies, why would anyone accept them in the absence of legal tender laws? That is the challenge to those who would create private money. One solution is common stock which shares wealth at the same time it purchases it. It is an ideal money form, IMO.

  60. gachann says:

    “Wall Street traders return and start buying”, should read as follows-

    Shysters goosed the thinly traded ES futures market at the predictable early morning hours on Tuesday to spook shorts out of position and setup another major downleg in the Indexes. Coming to the rescue and seen at the control boards firing up orders were Timmy Geithner and Benny, both dosing on double Espresso’s and still in their matching BBY bathrobes,, the summer season edition.

  61. MirrorMirror says:

    @Chris … George Carlin (RIP) for President .

    That would have gotten voters out to vote !

    Great Man … shame for mankind that he’s gone !

  62. Fiatmentalist says:

    Heres somone else with a moral viepoint


    trust him?

    Where does the sense of obscenity end? usury, central banks, war for profit? I get the feeling like the philosophers of revolutionary france he’d like to ban all inheritance.

  63. Happy Dick says:

    Just hit 101.1 in the shade of backyard. Balzzin hot!!

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  65. F. Beard says:

    Heres somone else with a moral viepoint Fiatmentalist

    Bankers have to be among the biggest hypocrites in the world. Morality is a must for everyone else so they can be paid back with interest their money-from-nothing.

    “They tie up heavy burdens and lay them on men’s shoulders, but they themselves are unwilling to move them with so much as a finger.

    “But they do all their deeds to be noticed by men; for they broaden their phylacteries and lengthen the tassels of their garments. Matthew 23:4-5

  66. frances snoot says:

    “Yet their institutions lie in ruins and the rest of us are left feeling embarrassed for them.”

    That’s like a shark saying he feels embarrassed for the decaying carcass of his last half-eaten meal.

  67. MirrorMirror says:

    Video + comment :

    Niall Ferguson: If The Obama Administration Listens To Paul Krugman It Would Lead To An Imminent Debt Crisis


  68. Fiatmentalist says:


    Agree however heres a quote from the bible thats pro creation and branding of slaves

    Deuteronomy 15:17 Then thou shalt take an aul, and thrust it through his ear unto the door, and he shall be thy servant for ever. And also unto thy maidservant thou shalt do likewise.

    Thats the thing about quoting from the bible, it takes both viewpoints, ofc if someone be-lie-ves in the dogma then they wont be able to see both viewpoints. Lawyers need their lore. What is saucier trying to cunjure?

  69. white hunter says:

    I have a neighbor who insists on working on the Sabbath. Exodus 35:2 clearly states he should be put to death. Am I morally obligated to kill him myself, or should I ask the police to do it?

  70. F. Beard says:

    Agree however heres a quote from the bible thats pro creation and branding of slaves [Deuteronomy 15:17] fiatmentalist

    If you had read the verse previous then you would understand that this refers to voluntary slavery to a good master.

    As for a piercing ear lobs, women do it all the time (yuck!)

  71. F. Beard says:

    Am I morally obligated to kill him myself, or should I ask the police to do it? White Hunter

    First, are you Hebrew?

  72. MirrorMirror says:

    Rise of the Republic

    Alex Jones and others … peaceful revolution.

    11 parts …

    part 1 :


  73. Fiatmentalist says:

    “voluntary slavery to a good master.”

    Well looks like the Bible got that one sorted then eh? Moral relativisim in the name of God. voluntary? tell that to the dude whos getting branded by his good master, bet it was bloody. Dont rothschild sound like a good master? ! dont remember swearing any oath to him.

    Which of the following should i cherry pick to prove the slaver or disprove the slaver?


    Or dont i need to because afterall it was all voluntary right? I dont think voluntary slaves own the issue of currency and credit and the desert can be a cold and scary place at night. Your Bibles a law book!! The laws exist to take these bankers down and their not using it. Just as theres laws that exist that back the bankers. Some of the priests want to sing us towards a happiness index.


    What ya think of that?

  74. Mother Earth says:

    He’res some wisdom, Max you are fired 😉

    “19 Fret not yourself because of evildoers,
    and be not envious of the wicked..”

    Proverbs 24:12

  75. F. Beard says:

    Dont rothschild sound like a good master? ! dont remember swearing any oath to him. fiatmentalist

    Take a chill pill. I am not defending Rothschild or any banker. They are thieves. But many of them might pay attention to the Torah if it is brought to their attention.

  76. Mother Earth says:

    Another one

    Fr 24:2

    “He who compulsively and repeatedly reverts to text to find his morality has niether that nor the strength to carry it out.”

    Fr 24:23

    “Seek no allies to excercise morality, for it opens your ear to the devil.”

  77. in2dwww says:

    Does the USPS operate with bond money? That’s the only reason for a price hike during a deflation. Fuel is down too – so they can’t blame that. Wages are phased out under “technology” and “equipment” investments to replace workers.


  78. F. Beard says:

    He who says to the wicked, “You are righteous,”
    Peoples will curse him, nations will abhor him;
    But to those who rebuke the wicked will be delight,
    And a good blessing will come upon them.
    Proverbs 24:24-25

    Hey Mother, what is Fr?

  79. Bonn says:

    @ Wall Street
    Can I aply fer ta Job
    I drink half a bottle of Whysky a day
    Hic 😉
    @ Stacy & Max
    Tat was sly n good how ya guys addressed drug money launderin
    WTG – way to go use other fukfaces werds
    tas a safe way to gos but be careful Max bring it up laters again
    but fer now I am more worried about ta middle east & WW 3
    Hic 😉
    Superb Show
    As ya might have noticed or ya guys dont really care either ways I don’t care so long as ta truth gets out tear ; I rarelly really complement
    So freakin great Episode

  80. Bonn says:

    WTF 4 billion dollars fer an individual in a Ear
    WTF is Drandon Sharks or shanks

  81. Bonn says:

    Moral prressure HA
    Catch tees fukers and hang tem
    I Love Chinese style brokers how tey wer delt wit ta nonsense
    Madoff shoulda been executed
    he is old his life is already over ; but if ya gonna let him exersise
    tis mentaity hasta change
    or life wont
    if ya commit a hienous crime ya pay fer it wit death
    tat scares ta shit outta peeps

  82. Bonn says:

    have death penalty tat will solve everythin
    Anythang above 50 mill or 100 mill tat goes wrong as an investment sh!t

  83. Bonn says:

    It would
    A ) be a highly paid job
    B ) hire ta best
    Would werk I guess

  84. gachann says:

    The Pigman Netanyahoo is in the White House today. I think the Iran war will be on very soon as the means of distraction of the mass Sheeple. Tent cities sprouting up like mushrooms all over the place, econ implosion, S&P death cross, arrest of George Michael, what is to be done? War. Looks like the MagYar-Hun tribe will be attacking soon and we will have their back. And now Kelsey Grammar is filing for divorce, oy veh. “When sorrows come, they come not single spies but in battalions.”

  85. Bonn says:

    Warren Buffet and his inside knoledge’

  86. Bonn says:

    He is 70 plus years old
    I am 33 max is 50
    How the fuck does this guy know more than us
    unless he aint connected ????????
    I am startin to get angry now

  87. omi says:

    Just curious, where is the RT studio? I’ve heard Max say several times that he is based in France, so I wonder if he makes a trip to Moscow every week or they have a studio in Paris.

  88. ronron says:

    vely fucking cool. embarrass the fucks. good idea. already happening. it’s like an ugly wife. nobody will fuck them. 🙂

  89. swell says:

    This should be a no-brainer.Within a matter of mere hours of the U.S. Supreme Court issuing the Citizens United opinion, (that infamous case that former Solicitor General Ken Starr referred to as Supreme Court’s most important case), I was writing that the decision was an obscenity in the legal, moral and literal sense of the word.

    Yet the U.S. Supreme Court hold’s its own art in high esteem. One man’s filth is another man’s treasure, as they say.

    Limited government to too many means, “Get government out of the boardrooms and into the bedrooms, where it belongs and can work us some good.”

    While there obviously is a proper use of obscenity law, in the current weaponized culture, such laws will likely continue to be misapplied.

  90. RONIN says:

    That Bloomberg piece on banks financing gangs reminds me of a series of articles from 08-09.

    “The officials spent three hours searching files and documents at offices of Stanford International Banks in the Venezuelan capital Caracas, removing several of them for closer inspection.

    The Stanford Group’s spokeswoman, Lula Rodriguez, denied that any of the bank’s employees were involved in spying.”

    Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/cricket/twenty20/3406293/Sir-Allen-Stanford-in-spotlight-over-CIA-spying-row-Cricket.html

    “Allen Stanford forfeited $3 million in drug money back in 1999, and it’s a sure thing that within his multi-billion empire he had many more drug dollars under his care. This is true not just of Stanford, but of the whole Caribbean offshore banking complex, as drug dealers are obviously interested in the regulation-light, few-questions-asked private banking system.”

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-much-of-the-federal-debt-is-financed-with-drug-money-2009-2#ixzz0t2y3aTcj

    “As we noted earlier, a federal agency killed the SEC’s investigation into Allen Stanford back in 2006. We don’t know which one it is, but some commenters suspect it could’ve been the CIA.

    After all, last year, Stanford’s Venezuelan offices were raided on suspicion that the billionaire was a US government tool, involved in spying”

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/is-allen-stanford-a-cia-asset-2009-2#ixzz0t2xoGXpF

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