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Episode 591

April 22, 2014 13:30

Reuters / Susana Vera

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Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the rentier rising from the dead, generation debt and harvesting the young with student debt. In the second half, Max interviews Ross Ashcroft about the housing super bubble in London and what it means to the rest of the economy to have a rentier class in charge.

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Bof Thegaffe 24.04.2014 13:52

Evo Immorales 22.04.2014 13:49

"
.. .central bank is needed to stabilize capitalist growth, otherwise you end up in fierce boom-bust cycles as happened in the 19th century. The central banks now of course are actually controlled by the wealthiest CAPITALISTS, not by the govt, so they forfeit what they were meant to do!

  

Lol. As usual, Evo, you confuse everything. Central banks were never meant to stabilize anything but the revenues of their rent-seeking owners, using the state as an enforcer. It's the merger of corporate and state power (aka 'facism'), a far cry from 'capitalism'.

 

Love & Theft 24.04.2014 01:16

Just got a chance to watch 4 horsemen. A stunning presentation of the bogus Camelot. With commentators with all the right stuff.

Than ks so much for it.

 

Anna Charles 23.04.2014 20:58

Do real estate agents meet up in secret boys clubs to collude to fix real estate prices across the UK? They have a unique advantage in that they know well in advance what is coming up for sale and could easily leg in and out of locations that are interesting to hike or depress.

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