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  1. Youri Carma says:

    WTF! Banzi! We’ve got ourselves a nightshift now ….

    Webster Tarley’s World Crisis Radio April 14, 2012

    Download: WCR-20120414.mp3 http://tarpley.net/audio/getfile.php?f=WCR-20120414.mp3

  2. I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip says:

    Some of us are on the morning shift, Youri:)
    The fabled Unsinkables, where would the world be without such contributions to history-a physicist might joke that these are real life examples of negative energy.
    Btw 1 troy ounce William? Sounds a bit pricey for some paper(however popular)-perhaps a 1 millions dollars-trade paper for paper after all.

  3. SAO says:

    This is excellent!

  4. jarrollin says:

    How come when I tweet those cnbc talking heads — asking them what they’re going to do when they’re done propagandizing the zombie stock market — there’s never an answer? Maybe they’re as busy as Mister Max, but I doubt it.

  5. Gordo says:

    Sad indeed, suckered into the rights’ message on ‘Keynes’

    Pathetic actually. Why don’t you run for the GOP in 2012 you fit in very well with the endless right wing talking points.

  6. SilverCondom says:

    Truth Hurts Lies Kill. Real Truth Behind the Phony Wars by Dr Dahlia Wasfi:


  7. I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip says:

    @jarrollin, am reminded about Rick Ackerman’s friend, namely:- dropped acid then traded pork bellies-saw ”400-pound sows dripping blood” was so shocked he gave it all up and ‘saw the light’. Swap the animal imagery for innocent civilians being cluster bombed/ran over/irradiated via DU(plus a few mutant animals/babies for good measure) – let the presstitutes watch it ‘clockwork orange’ style-would that get the message across you think?

  8. Williambanzai7 says:

    Looks like Krugman is a Keiser reader…

  9. I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip says:

    Even early on a sunday morning, he’s sharper than Occam’s razor:)

  10. MirrorMirror says:


    No English? Have an interest rate swap anyway


    No speaky English (in London) :

    Turkish couple with a cake stall … the IRSwap has cost them 300K in extra costs so far. An “exit arrangement” would cost them only 500K.


  11. Harry says:

    Max Keiser on Mott Street with the Exorcism of Blythe Masters by Rev. B Talen


  12. gold bullet says:

    Great artwork, as always!

  13. flicks says:

    King World News – Weekly Metals Wrap and Jim Sinclair – well worth a listen

  14. Dylan says:

    The greatest marine fraud/ murder of the 20th century?

    Why They Sunk The Titanic Part 1

    Food for thought

    The identical sister ship (skippered by the same captain in charge of the Titanic) was involved in a collision in 1910 with a naval vessel designed to sink ships. The insurers refused to pay out when the Navy was exonerated.

    The damage was very similar to the damage sustained by the Titanic when it “scraped” along the side of the iceberg (instead of hitting it dead on as they were supposed to do)

    Titanic and Olympic were berthed side by side when work was carried out on them in Belfast.

    Titanic described on maiden voyage as UNSINKABLE (fake AAA ratings anyone?)

    J.P. Morgan owner of the White Star Line and the Titanic and who had his own private suite and promenade deck on board, CANCELS his passage just before setting off. (Bankers dumping toxic waste before crash?)

    No ship had EVER SUNK from hitting an iceberg before. Sub-standard (sub-prime?)iron rivets were used.

    NOT ONE PAIR OF BINOCULARS was available on the Crow`s nest – “Icebergs? I see no icebergs!”

    The 16 “Water-tight compartments” which were nothing of the sort, were designed to prevent sinking as long as less than 5 of them were not filled. Exactly 5 were filled to capacity.

    The Titanic cost $10 million to build. The Olympic was basically uninsurable after the collision. One week before the maiden voyage of the “Titanic” (Olympic), White Star line upped the insurance on the vessel, and just 5 days after the sinking, the insurers, Lloyds paid out $12.5 million! (credit default swaps anyone?)

    That’s the insurance aspect but there is another deeper layer to the conspiracy, in which J.P. Morgan “whacked” his competitors.

    The Californian (also White Star), close by, ignored the distress flares and radio signals from the Titanic.

    There were only enough lifeboats for half the passengers and they weren`t filled to capacity.

    “Killed on the sinking ship — along with 1,514 other people — were Benjamin Guggenheim, Isa Strauss and John Jacob Astor. Astor was, at the time, believed to be the wealthiest man on the planet. Guggenheim and Strauss weren’t far behind Astor. And these three powerful men opposed the Federal Reserve.”

    The Federal Reserve was set-up one year later.

    JJ Astor was also financially backing Nikola Tesla after J.P. Morgan had cut his funding when he discovered Tesla`s plans for free electricity.

    Astor`s body was found floating in the Sea, there was NO WATER IN HIS LUNGS, he died before he could drown.

    J.P Morgan himself died exactly one year later TO THE DAY.

  15. Youri Carma says:


    TnX! Have been lookin forward to this one ….

    Max Keiser on Mott Street with the Exorcism of Blythe Masters by Rev. B Talen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wlmry45eI3g

  16. Youri Carma says:

    URGENT! RECORD this VIDEO BEFORE IT IS DELETED AGAIN! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thMFMXZT55Y

  17. MontyPython says:

    “Sad indeed, suckered into the rights’ message on ‘Keynes’

    Pathetic actually. Why don’t you run for the GOP in 2012 you fit in very well with the endless right wing talking points.” – Gordo

    Your pathetic, cant even think outside the left/right paradigm. Keynesianism is a failure

  18. williambanzai7 says:


    More very odd circumstances that will fall through the cracks of history.

  19. Youri Carma says:

    Simply Red – Money’s Too Tight To Mention http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04zwhjRiCbo

    So actual this singsong now…. amazing .

  20. Youri Carma says:

    Randy Crawford (A bit too much forgotten now to my a taste while it’s such an amazing voice)

    Blue Flame http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld8ZS7ncnaA

    Street life http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnNyxy7XPfs

  21. williambanzai7 says:

    Here is my full Titanic set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/expd/sets/72157629379499652/

    Have a Titanic Sunday!

  22. Argentum says:

    Awesome, Banzai7!!

  23. Becky says:


    Interesting…?! Heard on Radio4 that JP Morgan were involved in funding but couldn’t believe in 100yrs they are still as bad!!

  24. I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip says:

    Titanic normalcy bias

  25. Alf says:

    @Becky…actually it goes back even further…Robber Barons.

    The Civil War was quite unpleasant for many Americans but it was great for Wall Street.

    Many of the era’s foremost robber barons — J.P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, Jay Gould — dodged the draft by paying $300 to hire a substitute. This modest investment left them free to spend the war years getting rich instead of getting shot. Many on Wall Street, including Morgan, made a fortune speculating in gold, the price of which rose against the dollar with each defeat of the Union Army. Appalled, President Lincoln announced that he hoped every gold speculator “had his devilish head shot off.”

    Meanwhile, Morgan was financing a deal to buy 5,000 rifles from an Union Army arsenal in New York for $3.50 apiece, then sell them to the Union Army in Virginia for $22 each. The rifles were defective — causing soldiers to shoot their thumbs off — but a judge ruled the deal legal. Morgan earned a 25 percent commission, plus interest.

    Morals, ethics, integrity, dignity…Nothing changes…LOL.

  26. Flopot says:

    WB7 approaching genius level! Warning! Warning!

  27. Becky says:


    Was “just” watching re:Lincoln & Emancipation on C-Span! Why do you not surprise me? It’s in the Genes…Still they say that after a Nuclear war Cockroaches will survive. Satan’s Spawn! Quick – get Reverend Billy!!!!! :^D

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  29. Mattdog says:

    Here’s a little bit more in regards to Fallujah:


  30. I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip says:

    –”Titanic ticket fetches £35,600”–

  31. Steven Rowlandson says:

    The way banks and govvernment carry on, one would think that they think of themselves as too big to fail. From that comes the idea that they are too big to be restrained by law , tradition and common sense. If they act on such beliefs long enough they set themselves up for a fall due to a reaction to their own excesses. External attack or internal revolt or both. Such consequences come in many forms.

  32. Glenn says:

    @MontyPython I have yet to see much Keysianism so until it’s properly applied it’s alive and well. Let’s not forget that all the heads of the IMF, EUB, and US banking system are/were Chicagoans that pushed “free” markets, enabling and cheerleading the massive fraud that occurred.

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