Thursday, 19 September 2013

#KEISERREPORT Housing Bubble #PONZI Selling #SYRIA Ego-Nazi #NATION

Double trouble, but without Max covering the 15 TRILLION FRAUD, well now, RT, and Max Keiser, are not covering, the REAL REALITY, and of course, as regular readers of ... The White RabbitI, recently became aware, Russia Today, CAN be GOT TO:

Keiser Report: Housing Bubble Ponzi (E499) 

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the triangle of fraud in the housing sector and the policy of Icarus economics in which banks can't crash soon enough because then they can get their bailouts from the taxpayer. In the second half, Max interviews Simon Rose of about the George Osborne's 'New Deal' of putting estate agents to work as flocks of pigs fly across the London sky. They also discuss the five years of unintended consequences, including that which has led to the idea being floated of a government cap on house price rises to correct the problem of government intervention in the mortgage market.

Keiser Report: Selling Syria (E495)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert, discuss 'financial terror,' cluster bombs and protestors without portfolios. They also discuss Standard & Poor's 'blasting' the $5 billion fraud lawsuit against them as retaliation for the rating agency's 2011 decision to strip the United States of its AAA credit rating. In the second half, Max talks to comedian, Lee Camp, about banks and corporate greed monkeys.

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Keiser Report: Ego-Nazi Nation (E492)

ublished on 3 Sep 2013 In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert present an American Labor Day special in which they compare the situation for the American worker and consumer with that of the Chinese. They also look at the headlines from China regarding 'secret gardens' and contaminated soil. In the second half, Max talks to Dan Collins of about housing bubbles, infrastructure, food safety and more in China. Tweet

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