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Episode 542

December 27, 2013 05:15

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss that nothing in this world is harder than speaking the truth, and nothing is easier than flattery. All of which explains why there are no calls for punishment from the mainstream media for banking crimes. They also report on the execution rate dropping in the US due to a European boycott on sending the executioners the requisite drugs. In the second half, Max interviews Neil Mitchell of rbs-grgbusinessactiongroup.org about his remarkable investigation into the Royal Bank of Scotland and his campaign for justice for small and medium sized enterprises.

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mergon 01.01.2014 16:33

went for the new Barclay card deal on their credit card
[28 months interest free ] on transfer ,then found that they dont want over the counter payments ,they want internet transfer or direct debit , phone transfer or go to branch and put the money into an envelope and put it into a an internal post box , problem is you only get a number reference of the envelope [no proper receipt ] if it goes missing there is no proof you put in there because is no date on your strip you tore off the envelope , is this system prone to problems ?

 

Luther Beckett 30.12.2013 17:21

Great episode. Neil's cool as can be.

 

mikeh 30.12.2013 09:00

[quote name='Zion King' time='28.12.2013 12:22']Israeli invasions of Lebanon??? Israel could wipe out the Lebanese/Lesb army in 30 minutes.
[/quote ]

yeah? pretty sure they got their butts kicked by Lebanon back in 2006.


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