In the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the Lilliputian view on fraud and theft and how this applies to the chief banking knaves at JPMorgan. In the second half, Max interviews Marc Armstrong of PublicBanking.org about turning depositors into shareholders as a fraud recipe shared amongst the Too-Big-To-Fail banks. With public banking, interest is returned to the economy from whence it came.
If you believe that gold no longer plays a role, think again.
In effect, if you know what to look for, the world is on a gold standard now.
In the latest Keiser Report, Max interviews author, journalist and filmmaker, Greg Palast about the Larry Summers’ secret ‘End Game’ memo and the decriminalization of what were once financial crimes.
In this MUST WATCH interview, Currency Wars author Jim Rickards states that the dollar standard is being abandoned by the United States, that it is “definitely collapsing”, and that either the IMF’s SDR, gold, or a combination of the two will become the next global reserve currency in the dollar’s place:
“A return to a gold standard is a possibility, but I don’t see that in the immediate future, I think we have to have a collapse first. A collapse of the dollar standard, and the petro-dollar deal. Then it (the dollar) will have to be replaced with something, which will either be the SDR or gold. The dollar standard is definitely collapsing … the collapse is definitely coming”
In the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss America’s curse: dollar printing or JP Morgan? They also examine the truth about the fact that despite a mere $4 extra to manufacture a smartphone in America rather than in China, production will remain overseas. In the second half, Max travels upriver to interview Turd Ferguson of TFMetalsReport.com outside JP Morgan’s Park Avenue headquarters. Turd reports that JPMorgan has ‘cornered’ the Comex gold market and also comments on the bank’s silver short and their ‘rogue’ commodities desk, reportedly being investigated by the FBI for obstruction of justice.
In the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss Mom and Pop investors taken out on a slab and their wealth burnt to a crisp by the high cathedral of fraud that is the New York Stock Exchange and its degenerate priests of high finance. Max proposes a scheme of mortgages collateralized by food stamps.
In the latest Keiser Report, Max talks to Rob Kirby of KirbyAnalytics.com about Mark Carney and his merry band of bankers as the Lone Ranger box office disaster, they’ve all made their fees while the shareholders and stakeholders eat the losses.
Kirby also predicts lower rates due to central bank intervention via Interest Rate Swaps and Forward Rate Agreements.
In the latest Keiser Report, Max talks to journalist, author and filmmaker, Greg Palast of GregPalast.com, about Goldman Sachs and John Paulson and about Obama intervening in the case of vulture capitalist Paul Singer versus Argentina only in order to help out Jamie Dimon and JP Morgan.
In the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the market creatures with no apparent instinct for survival as they walk toward the frothy market despite all the signs of a debt tsunami about to hit.
They also discuss when Goldman Shrugged after Thomson Reuters data was no longer available to high speed frontrunners. In the second half, Max talks to Jan Skoyles of The Real Asset Company about gold demand in China, the Shanghai Gold Exchange and smuggling Snowden in Venezuela’s gold delivery.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert have a look at the narcissists’ rally as we drown in central banking their currency wars and their quantitative easing without wealth creation. In the second half, Max talks to Jim Rickards, author of Currency Wars, about why we don’t need to worry about a recession – because we’re in a depression! They discuss US Federal Chairman, Ben Bernanke’s, plan to not Beggar Thy Neighbor, but Enrich They Neighbor by jumping out of the printing plane together with simultaneous devaluations. And, in terms of gold, Keiser and Rickards suggest maybe it’s the Chinese manipulating the price of gold . . . and not the US Federal Reserve.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert behold the Sacred Dow, worshipped by economists and analysts around the world and to which whole economies and jobs have been sacrificed to keep it rising. They compare the Japanese bond market to Fukushima. Markets have become so distorted by manipulation, they argue that like godzilla, one day the market will go where it needs to go and it will smash down buildings and economies with it. In the second half, Max talks to John Butler of Amphora about confusing price signals caused by market manipulating central bankers and the misallocation of capital this encourages. They also talk about Japan’s economy, Krugman’s bond allegations and Mrs. Watanabe’s gold shopping spree.
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss that feeling you get when you’ve blown your life savings on a carnival game and all you have to show for it is a stuffed banana with dreadlocks and how the entire global financial system is not too dissimilar. They also note that those blowing their life savings on a rigged game, or stock market, always seem to turn to doubling down in a vain attempt to win back all that they lost. In the second half, Max talks to the author of Paper Money Collapse, Detlev Schlichter of DetlevSchlichter.com, about ECB policy, the gold battle between Chinese housewives and Wall Street.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the Great Leap Forward in central banks’ central planning which has driven the Housewives of China to buy 300 tons of gold, an act of disloyalty to the central bank revolution. Max notices that Mrs. Wang has displaced Mrs Watanabe as the most important buyer in global financial markets. In the second half, Max talks to Alasdair MacLeod about everything to do with the physical and paper gold markets – from open interest to naked short selling by bullion banks.
MacLeod states that trouble is brewing, and that he expects that Central Bank intervention is likely to break down much sooner than Bernanke believes is possible, and likely by Q4 2013!
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss paper addiction and the toothless, pimply faced paper pushers hooked on an ever-increasing fix of debt. There is no paper these guys won’t push, no debt they won’t inject into the veins of the economy and these addicts refuse to sober up despite the overwhelming evidence found in gold demand that they’ve reached a bottom at which no new hit can get them high. In the second half of the show Max talks to John ‘J.S.’ Kim of SmartknowledgeU.com about the precious metals market, traffic jams outside bullion shops in Asia and central bankers buying paper.
Whistle-blower and gold trader Andrew Maguire was on the latest Keiser Report, discussing last week’s gold and silver cartel take-down with Max Keiser. Maguire, who CPM Group’s Jeffrey Christian once claimed was a figment of Bill Murphy’s imagination, states that a gold default is underway & states that The straw that broke the camel’s back was the Cyprus issue.
On physical gold vs. paper promised Maguire stated:
If you think you are a holder of bullion, and you happen to turn up and ask for that bullion and you’re told, I’m sorry, we don’t have that bullion, you will have to take cash instead. Technically, that’s a default. If you read through the LBMA’s fine print, technically you can be settled for cash, however, that’s not what most people think.
You’ve either got something in your hand that you can klunk, or it’s paper. I don’t trust the latter.
Maguire’s full interview on the gold default underway is below:
In the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert follow the ounces not the prices in the precious metals market and discuss the psyops of the gold war where sales of 1100 tons (45% of annual new supply) is sold into the market at once in order to alter behavior. They observe crowds stampeding in the East for more physical gold while in the West, people are put on a restricted debt diet controlled by their governments based on needs not wants. Finally, they discuss the conflicts of interest at the heart of CISPA. In the second half of the show, they talk to Wolf Richter of Testosteronepit.com about gold smashes, wealth grabs and government and Wall Street corruption.
Reggie Middleton uncovers extremely unnerving omissions, misrepresentations and what appears to be outright fraud in the Irish banking system along with an in depth interview with Max Keiser in London. He names several banks directly, some which have already failed, been bailed out and collapsed their investor’s capital, others who are still operating, taking deposits and making loans.
Directly after Mr. Middleton’s Irish bank expose series started, the head of the Bank of Ireland (Ireland’s main bank regulator and what used to be their reserve bank until the ECB took over) unexpectedly resigned and actually decided to forgo his 100,000 euro bonus.
Mr. Middleton discusses the distinct possibility of the Irish people getting “Cyprus’d” and offers tools that they can use to mitigate the risk and ascertain how bad off their country really is.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert ask why China fears currency war. They also look at Johnson & Johnson’s big loss on Venezuela’s currency devaluation and what this means in a currency war world where major devaluations can happen at any moment. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Jim Rickards, author of Currency Wars, about which nations are winning the war.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how slime molds outsmart our central bankers and policymakers, and look at the four troll banks and their clients living under the bridge. They also discuss George Osborne’s slime mold serf experience program. In the second half of the show, Max talks to renowned mathematician and monetary scientist Professor Antal Fekete about the elimination of silver as money, an event that saw value and liquidity wiped out. They also discuss the gold basis – cash versus the nearest futures contract and why that the cash price for gold is never reported is by design.
In the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert compare the real financial suicide machine that is the global financial markets to the hypothetical euthanasia coaster that would kill its passengers after an allegedly fun and euphoric ride induces GLOC – G-force induced Loss Of Consciousness. In the financial markets this is achieved by churning clients so rapidly or front running them at faster than the speed of light. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to professor and economist, Constantin Gurdgiev, about the liquidation of IBRC, the bank formerly known as Anglo Irish and how it is that the bank came to collapse in the first place.
In the latest Keiser Report, Max discusses the four horsemen of the bondpoclypse riding into town bringing with them the reversal of multi-decades long trends and as pipe swipers steal toilets and as supermarkets hit the limits of cost-cutting, the population confronts the high cost of backsliding trends. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to former energy regulator, Chris Cook, about how we move from dollar diplomacy to gas diplomacy and a world where energy as the modern water hole where you don’t have to kill each other and a natural gas backed currency becomes a new global reserve currency in a post-dollar world.
In the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the wicked web that has been weaved when banksters first set out to deceive, the first law of thermo-derivatives which states that risk cannot be destroyed and the hot tub of fraud in which the taxpayer owned Royal Bank of Scotland weaves their web of deception. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Mitch Feierstein, author of Planet Ponzi, who shows us what the Fed’s $3 trillion balance sheet would look like in a briefcase and the Central Banking bag of tricks that include: divert and deflect, delay and pray and extend and pretend. Finally they ponder whether we face a global reset or sovereign failures?