Financial analyst Max Keiser describes the reasoning behind revolution on RT TV as well: “In Madison Wisconsin, they are seeking a regime change to get rid of the dictator who’s been in charge of transforming that economy in ways that are completely outside the scope of what Americans are used to […]. They want to bring the same kind reforms that America is famous for doing in foreign countries [which is] to gauge those economies and bring in the neo-liberal model that has been privatization and banking cartels running wild. Tens of thousands have joined this global insurrection against banker occupation. So Americans are joining with Tunisians and Egyptians and the people in Athens and Dublin”.
Because the global economic system is essentially bankrupt due to the actions of “terrorist bankers”, as Keiser puts it, unemployment continues to grow and there is therefore no basis for taxable revenue to be generated. “This is why you have Revolution. The governments are out of money and they’re trying to lean on the people through these austerity measures. They want to go back to feudalism — 400-500 elite running the world and everyone else is suppose to be a serf. That’s not going to work for these millions of people who are on the streets telling these governments and these corporations and these bankers to stuff it. [They’re] going to revolt and the cheapest thing for [them] to do is to stage a global insurrection against banker occupation and not comply with [their] phony austerity non-sense”.