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Subscription Keiser talks to Roslyn Fuller about democracy, the Federalists & baby boomers

Stacy Summary: I had a chance to sit down for a very extended interview with Roslyn Fuller, a law expert who lectures on democracy. We interviewed her for tomorrow’s episode ...

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Going DOWn!!!

Stacy Summary: Yeeeeehaaaaaaaa! Even the IMF warned today that stock markets were ahem ‘frothy’ . . . which in IMF speak means, “holy moly, the suckers are piling in, you know it’s time for us insiders to bail!”


[KR663] Keiser Report: Paradise of Fools!

We discuss the fact that you can, indeed, fool all of the people all of the time thanks to hyper-financialized neoliberal capitalism. To prove this, we look at the windfall economy in the UK and the 1099 economy in the US where the populations are fooled into accepting no benefits and/or certain poverty. In the second half, Max interviews Neil Mitchell about the latest in his ongoing legal case against the Royal Bank of Scotland’s subsidiary, Global Restructuring Group (GRG).

You can follow Neil on Twitter here: @RNW_MITCHELL

Russian sanctions are working . . . . on Germany. Industrial production plunges!



German industrial production shocks with biggest fall since 2009 – down by 4%. Long the engine of Europe’s growth, now looking v weak.

The 4% slide in production was driven by an 8.8% drop in the manufacturer of ‘capital goods’ (big-ticket items like machinery and cars).

If you just look at cars, however – HOLY MOLY:

The IMF says the German government needs to enact some Keynesian policies and start building roads. The government refuses, but with a 25% plunge in auto production . . . they may not need roads.

Anyway, nobody else is saying it, so I will, oh wait, I said it already in the title . . . this is due to the sanctions on Russia. IMO.

This is also the opinion of Germany’s trade group: German DIHK trade group warns of Russian sanctions fallout:

One out of four German export companies was already feeling the pinch of sanctions imposed on Russia over the Ukraine crisis, the German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK) said Monday.

That was back in August.

This is not Capitalism, this is Debtism!

[KR662] Keiser Report: Financial Ebola

We discuss life imitating art as markets, economies and populations transforming into Kafkaesque giant vermin unrecognisable to the men and women we once were. Whether the man zombified by his iPad or the income distribution pie chart grotesquely distorted, some have grown used to this new ugly reality; whilst others wish the system will die so progress can return. In the second half, Max interviews John Perkins, author of Confessions of an Economic Hitman, about ‘peak bankster.’ They also discuss IMF debt swiftly following on coups around the world.

Subscription Shapeshifting with Descartes

Stacy Summary: So in our Keiser Report episode airing today, we talk to former ‘economic hit man,’ John Perkins. These days he lectures on ‘shape shifting’ which made me think ...

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[KR661] Keiser Report: SpaghettiOs of Terror

We discuss the story of a woman locked up in Gainesville, Georgia for three months after being found with dried pasta sauce on a spoon which was mistaken for meth – until tests finally proved otherwise. We also realize that the Khorasan Group must be the SpaghettiOs of terror, and so its recently killed leader must have been Chef Boyardee. Or, perhaps, he was actually a grain silo? In the second half, Max interviews Amir Taaki of DarkWallet about bitcoin, the blockchain, mainstream media and the men and women in beige.

David Cameron: “This is who we resent.”

Ebola in America

Subscription Keiser with the Amir

Stacy Summary: Hey there y’all. An update for today, we’re hoping to visit Hong Kong to see what’s happening with the ‘Umbrella Revolution,’ as the media is calling it. While ...

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[KR660] Keiser Report: Minsky Moment in Global Economy

We discuss the house price riots in Hong Kong which could be the trigger for the next Minsky moment in the global financial ponzi scheme. We also discuss the Conservative Party in the UK pushing young people into the debt pyramid by offering a 20% ‘discount’ on property and penalizing young people who don’t go into debt in order to go to university but who choose to work instead. In the second half, Max interviews Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof, founder and CEO of BitNation (where the motto is ‘Blockchains, Not Borders)’ about sovereignty, love and divorce on the blockchain.

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