[KR868] Keiser Report: Sanctions (special Moscow series)

We are joined by Ben Aris of BNE.eu to discuss the latest from the Russian economy as it confronts a falling ruble, trade wars and self-imposed sanctions. We look on the bright side of these sanctions which has seen a renaissance in the Russian food scene and they examine accusations from a leading British commentator that Russia can never develop a Google . . . uh, despite having a Yandex, the biggest tech company in Europe. We also look at asset stripping banks in Russia to buy property in London and the reserve fund being used for precisely what it was accumulated to do.

231 comments on “[KR868] Keiser Report: Sanctions (special Moscow series)
  1. Youri Carma says:

    @Trevor Morgan

    Not to mention the cruise missiles which can be seen as sort of suicide drones. In a real war with two tech developed nations Navy ships are obsolete. Not the submarines though.

    FREE Navy Game http://worldofwarships.com/

    FREE Navy Game http://worldofwarships.eu/

  2. Youri Carma says:

    Varoufakis’ perspective for Europe

    Crea Amsterdam, Nieuwe Achtergracht 170,

    Monday 8 February van 20.00-22.00 hour,

    Entrance €5,- (free for students)

    Manifest Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 (pdf)

  3. Youri Carma says:

    Historic Reforms Double Quota Resources and Enhance Voice of Emerging and Developing Economies
    27 January 2016, (IMF)

  4. Youri Carma says:

    @Trevor Morgan

    We were once shot at by The Royal Dutch Navy when sailing with a 30 feet steel sailing ship on the Waddenzee. Shells (Practice) plunged in the water 65 feet from our ship, quite frightening.

    Our bet because we were sailing in a practice area from the Navy I discovered when checking the map. A Brit in a small sailing boat came sailing closer to us and shouted “If we go we go together!” LOlz

  5. Youri Carma says:

    Commodities Shock May Push Latin America Back Into IMF’s Arms

    Argentina Agrees to Borrow $5 Billion From Wall Street Banks

    IMF same exact four-step program:

    1.0 Privatization ‘Briberization.’

    2.0 IMF/World Bank capital market deregulation allows investment capital to flow in and out the “Hot Money” cycle.

    3.0 Market-Based Pricing, a fancy term for raising prices on food, water and cooking gas

    4.0 IMF and World Bank call their “poverty reduction strategy”: Free Trade- “The IMF riot.”


  6. Youri Carma says:

    From my own sources at least 20 Zika Virus cases in the Netherlands most likely foreign travelers.

  7. Youri Carma says:

    Japan Interest – Ross Clark. Venture Town Hall – Don Mosher. Equity Markets – Tim Wood https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuRVY9zD9Nk

  8. farang says:

    The Rockefeller Foundation sells off Exxon stocks while the banks they control cuts credit to oil industry. Senate reports by Brown and Levin in 2014 reveal Wall Street banks accumulating “obscene amounts” of physical commodities. History shows declines of up to 77% the last few decades followed by resurgent oil prices higher than pre-decline prices with 24-30 months. Wanna bet Rockefeller snaps up those same stocks at half-price soon? Rigged by the Parasites.

  9. Youri Carma says:

    Keiser Report: Tumbling, Fumbling Ruble (special Moscow series, E869) with Vladimir Rojanovsky


  10. Youri Carma says:

    Prof Steve Keen on UK economy and ‘People’s QE’ (27Jan16)

    Peter Schiff: BOJ Goes Negative, 2 Down 1 To Go!

  11. @Youri Carma

    Any ship that can carry containers is a potential warship. While there may be a need for navies to have some specialist craft the use os big expensive capital ships is a thing of the past.
    We only build them for the military industrial complex not a viable assets in a real war. BEA Systems are the beneficiaries the sailors will be the loved and lost ones.