My nomination for new Bank of England chairwoman

25 comments on “My nomination for new Bank of England chairwoman
  1. Hegelian Dialectic says:

  2. Rorschach's journal says:

    Black folks are crazy

  3. Steve_D says:

    “Get a mirror and take a good look at your anus.”

    She forgot to add, “and watch out for Jamie Dimon poking his head out” :)

  4. Janet says:

    Wow, straight talk. I am guessing she would scare the hell out of most men. She scares me.

    Janet

  5. donk says:

    Was this the Broadway version of Frank Zappas’ Thing-Fish?

    Galute calogna!!

  6. Vonda Bra says:

    hmm ….
    and get one of these to become her press relations officer! :D

    http://youtu.be/iBlggjeuW5E

    I suppose they at least know how to wash their vaginas properly!? ;-)

  7. Frans says:

    She sure talks more sense than the politicians, so: good choiche!

  8. Geneva Business Insider says:

    COMPULSORY LISTENING FOR THE US MILITARY GENERAL STAFF

  9. sarajevo says:

    really max? really? lol. funny. she would make an excellent replacement for the chair. hahahaha. obama chair? no, obama phone!

  10. MrJones says:

    mmmm .. should I be moving to Atlanta.

  11. The Dork of Cork says:

    I imagine the board meetings would be more interesting.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpYme5X7YGs

  12. Dylan says:

    Watch out Max, she bought silver at $4!

  13. Bruce says:

    Pimped out, played out and tricked out.

    I thought I was the only one who watched highbrow shows like this on YouTube.

    I’m in good company.

  14. Peter Karwacki says:

    And this has “what?” to do with “the most dangerous people in financial media”. One more like this and I’m not coming back again!

  15. Dilberta says:

    I agree with Peter. Max, I am becoming disenchanted with each diversion into drivel.

  16. ZORRO - London says:

    Just remember guys, who was it that blew the prospect of perpetual paradise over a damn apple!

    Old wisdom is eternal.

    And the sad thing is that so many women spend hours listening to this type of BS as if it were true!

    Dont worry folks, in another 30 years the whole world will be gay, and the most romantic thing will be shaking a test tube!

    ………………………………..Z

  17. donk says:

    @Peter Karwacki & Dilberta, I can’t speak on behalf of Max, but it’s Max’s way of taking the piss out of the incoming chairperson/governor of the BOE. Be it man woman or beast, the bullshit that will spill from their mouths won’t be any better than the vid above can provide.

    That’s my take anyways. Max does not do subtle, he opens a door, throws a grenade in and then asks questions.

  18. Sebastion says:

    The responses to this just show the lake of understaning that we have as a society towards sexual energy. The life force that we all have as humans is in our ability to create life. If this energy is stored and culivated beautiful things start to happen. The biggest weapon that the bankers have is our desire of want but if we as people had control over our sexual energy we would start to cut through the bullshit of thier advertising. Unfortunatly anything that has to do with sex gets the schoolyard response. Sperm is like precious metals, you need physical posession for it to be of value. An old Zen analogy is that it takes 1000 gallons of water to make one drop of blood and 10000 gallons of blood to make one sperm. Why is porn free on the net?

  19. swell says:

    Your nomination? Black humor? Can you reconcile this? Isn’t that a major incongruity with your position previously expressed on this:

    http://maxkeiser.com/2012/11/12/clueless-bankers-know-nothing-of-finance/

  20. snoop diddy says:

    terrific woman,

    kids these days need some straight talk about bringing up babies these days too…
    they all think they are just little adults and they feed them all sorts of crap and expect them to be fully developed. Epidemics of childrens sicknesses going on these days, usually diet related and immune development problems.

  21. snoop diddy says:

    *kids in this case meaning -> teenagers in school who some will have babies within the next decade or so.

  22. Vonda Bra says:

    thanks @
    - Zorro-London
    - donk

    stunning, what some people are concluding from this Max-post … ? :D

  23. Danny Cunnington says:

    It’s a shame you didn’t have Ben Bernanke in the discussion. Maybe it would make more sense? Bankers and their politico puppets have clearly failed and are in a desperate denial of their crisis of legitimacy.

  24. jambo says:

    @Janet- Yeah first response scary but on second thought I see the an association to an old saw of mine that the mortgage crisis relates back to pussy. (BTW, the shall we say, victorian responses by some Were stunning)
    So this friend of mine in the late 90′s -coastal California- trying to entice me to buy a house when I expressed doubts about values continuing to go up, said that banks knew that (men) folks would pay their mortgage payment first, before say the car loan because they wanted to keep a roof over their (couples’)head(s). He said that the previous S&L crisis had a lot more to do with an office space,farm, and mall property bubble. Home mortgages were secure (little default at that point) and besides in the bull market one could always get one’s money back if one’s self employed income slipped. Now thinking of men-I’m a guy- in my acquaintance and in literature, I understand they have this testosterone drive numero uno, esp. from teen to mid age, and that drive has as its target, the young female form. Fulfillment comes from impregnating that form -basically getting into pussy. The ovarian strategy on the other hand has a concurrent drive to have a nest for the progeny and holds out (often) before consenting to be impregnated. Hence the (esp. non cute or rich) guy by virtue of having more income usually, has to provide a home. Owning is seen as more secure and prestigious than renting. They both go from a -be here now- urgency to -what will the future bring-strategy. The banks knowing the primacy of the human drive behind owning a home, facilitate to the point of fraud, the taking of That money, And of course, money from the ones who, being basically lazy and greedy, wanting money ‘to work’ for them rather than sweat off Their brow, are speculating in rentier mode. Ahh… then the bubble burst. Foreclosed folks though often get to stay maintaining the facade of the game.

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