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Episode 597

May 06, 2014 08:11

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the Scottish Independence movement by looking at some English politics and economics facts some in Scotland are against. They start with the ‘botched’ Royal Mail privatization and how the Business Secretary had his strings pulled by Lazard bank. And then look at the proliferation of precarious ‘zero hour’ contracts, where the employer is not obliged to provide regular shifts, or for the employee to work a certain number of hours.

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zoniczedro 28.05.2014 08:06

Ramon Newton 14.05.2014 13:48

It was a Scot called Blair that took us into the Iraq debacle, where much young 'English' blood was shed - an 'ILLEGAL' war. But did we go around blaming the Scots?

I would never have mentioned it but for your mainly anti English rant. You, like 'nationalists everywhere, think only of self.

For a' that, and a' that, it's coming yet for a' that, that man to man, the world o'er, shall brothers be for a' that
(Burns)

  


Ye p, people forget that it was Labour and Blair who held the illegal wars. Not, in the words of Keiser, war-mongering Tories...

 

Ramon Newton 14.05.2014 13:55

Oh and 'brothers' do not say - my family is better than your family.

 

Ramon Newton 14.05.2014 13:48

It was a Scot called Blair that took us into the Iraq debacle, where much young 'English' blood was shed - an 'ILLEGAL' war. But did we go around blaming the Scots?

I would never have mentioned it but for your mainly anti English rant. You, like 'nationalists everywhere, think only of self.

For a' that, and a' that, it's coming yet for a' that, that man to man, the world o'er, shall brothers be for a' that
(Burns)

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