Democrats’ Russia obsession a ‘huge gift’ to Trump for 2020 – Noam Chomsky https://t.co/FNBLQQnHm0
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In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the world’s richest woman and how the dingo stole her sanity. They talk about the children of the Crimson, kleptographers and the interregnum of insanity. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Catherine Austin Fitts about Libor crimes and item number 17 on the GOP platform and what they mean for the future of the world economy.
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In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss panic alarms for the population and medieval screeches about persecution from the corporate welfare class. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Professor Yaneer Bar-Yam of the New England Complex Systems Institute about the role of speculation and ethanol in rising food prices and the tipping point to revolution that, when it happens, could happen in a matter of days or weeks.
It’s important to note that most of the guests on The Keiser Report are ignored to the extent of virtually being banned from mainstream media. The fact is, this man gives those voices space to present viewpoints that we would never see on CNBC or CNN Money. It is exciting to watch Max get the opportunity to challenge junk economics in this open forum and in neutral territory.
You don’t even need to understand the details of this global crisis. In fact, most of the details are only there to confuse the public and steer the conversation away from reasonable discourse and more importantly, full disclosure. That is where Max shines out for the rest of us.