The Keiser Interviews: Doug Casey

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Backstage Keiser: Ross Ashcroft

An extended interview with Ross Ashcroft of Renegade Economist, recorded Thursday, 17 April in London.

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Coprophagists at UK’s The Spectator Mag. Caught Brown Nosing Again (their readers must really be jackasses)

Here’s the email I got from the managing editor of The Spectator, Freddy Gray on April 3rd.

Max,
I can assure you that there is no absolutely no ideological or neo-con bias against you. We think you are interesting figure at an interesting time and we’d need just 30 minutes with you.
Yours,
Freddy

April 24th, here’s the (unlinked) pre-canned hit piece they had written hoping to get some out-of-context quotes from me to help sell more copies of their pitiful rag not fit to wipe dogshit off the street. (but if you do wipe up dogshit with it, give it to the coprophagists at the Spectator mag.)

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Should we buy litecoins, novacoins or quartcoins?

As UK war crimes around the world and their support of neo-Nazis (and John McCain) in Ukraine become more of a global issue, neo-con, war mongering jackasses like The Spectator, BBC, Ch4 and the rest put their propaganda machines into overdrive.

FLAHSHBACK TO LAST WEEK:

BBC Caught Propagandizing For War Mongers Again


Backstage Keiser: Alasdair Macleod

The Keiser Interviews: Alasdair Macleod of GoldMoney.com about the Comex, silver and naked shorts. A must watch for silver investors, speculators, stackers and newbies alike.

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Wall Street Greed: Not Too Big for a California Jury

Sixteen of the world’s largest banks have been caught colluding to rig global interest rates.  Why are we doing business with a corrupt global banking cartel?

United States Attorney General Eric Holder has declared that the too-big-to-fail Wall Street banks are too big to prosecute.  But an outraged California jury might have different ideas. As noted in the California legal newspaper The Daily Journal:

 California juries are not bashful – they have been known to render massive punitive damages awards that dwarf the award of compensatory (actual) damages. For example, in one securities fraud case jurors awarded $5.7 million in compensatory damages and $165 million in punitive damages. . . . And in a tobacco case with $5.5 million in compensatory damages, the jury awarded $3 billion in punitive damages . . . .

The question, then, is how to get Wall Street banks before a California jury. How about charging them with common law fraud and breach of contract?  That’s what the FDIC just did in its massive 24-count civil suit for damages for LIBOR manipulation, filed in March 2014 against sixteen of the world’s largest banks, including the three largest US banks – JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Citigroup.

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World finally waking up to reality that lowering interest rates doesn’t fight deflation, it causes deflation

Cut to the chase…

By keeping rates low, you are propping up zombie banks who are crowding out competitive companies and industries from expanding and hiring more workers at higher wages – that would in turn start an inflationary cycle. This means that; allowing rates to trade freely, where they would increase to 5% (on the Fed funds rate), killing off the zombie banks – opens the possibility of a virtuous, inflationary cycle to begin. Policy makers wrongly believe that we have a liquidity problem instead of a solvency problem. They believe that by increasing liquidity with lower rates, therefore increasing the amount of money around, that ‘aggregate demand’ will increase and this will spur inflation. But as we see now for 6 yrs., the money printing simply gets hoarded by zombie banks that are insolvent and need the cash to prop up their trillions in toxic, unpayable debts. Therefore, only by hiking rates, killing the zombies, and clearing the economy of dead wood – can we reasonably expect ‘animal spirits’ to kick in, stoke inflation and kill the zombies.


Rogue banking terrorists start dropping dead in Asia for first time: GIABO

Until now, the terrible trail of dead bankers has been only among US and European financial executives. However, as Caixin reports, the increasing pressures on the Chinese banking system appear to have take their first toll.


Bitcoin Accepted: Has anyone else noticed how much we are living in a world of Atlas Shrugged?

I Have Bitcoins Bitcoin Accepted Has anyone else noticed how much we are living in a world of Atlas Shrugged

“Civilization is the progress toward a society of privacy. The savage’s whole existence is public, ruled by the laws of his tribe. Civilization is the process of setting man free from men.” Ayn Rand

Galt’s Gulch, is a community of like-minded individuals who come together regularly to share interesting content and ideas with each other and debate about politics, economics, philosophy and more…….Read More >>>


Clues for 9/11 Terror Trading

Marc Chesney, professor at the Department of Banking and Finance at the University of Zurich, and his colleagues Remo Crameri and Loriano Mancini have published a new version of their scientific long-term project in econometrics, “Detecting Informed Trading Activities in the Options Markets.“ One more time the three scientists present evidence for insider trading related to the 9/11 terror attacks.

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Fed’s Wealth Effect: Richest 200 Moguls Made $13.9 Billion Today

Bernanke doesn’t regret much about the Fed’s actions, he said. Not even handing trillions to the largest banks and corporations to teach them that the public would be there for them when their horrid bets got them into trouble. But there’s one thing he does regret, he said: not explaining the Fed’s actions to the people who’ve gotten shafted by them. They “really don’t understand why we did what we did.” But there are a few people who do understand.

Read….. Fed’s Wealth Effect: Richest 200 Moguls Made $13.9 Billion Today


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