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Timothy Maxwell "Max" Keiser (born January 23, 1960) is an American broadcaster and film maker. He hosts Keiser Report, a financial program broadcast on Russian state media channel RT. Until November 2012, Keiser anchored On the Edge, a program of news and analysis hosted by Iran's Press TV.

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Epstein and the Explosive Crisis of the Deep State

Speculations by outsiders must give Deep State insiders many opportunities to chuckle, “if only they knew.” We don’t know, of course, and public leaks are engineered to misdirect our attention from what’s actually going on or “frame” our understanding in a positive way. Decades later, history reveals a very ordinary mix of great successes and horrific failure in secret operations, caused by errors of judgment, faulty intelligence, poor planning and so on. In other words,...

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[KR1409] Keiser Report: And Forgive Them Their Debts

In this episode of the Summer Solutions 2019 for the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy are joined by Dr. Michael Hudson, author of many books, including “And Forgive Them Their Debts,’ for his ideas on solutions to the ever growing wealth and income gap currently ‘solved’ with ever increasing amounts of debt. They discuss the reason for the huge surge in this wealth and income gap that began in the early seventies as the top once percent ran off with all the productivity...

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“Alexa, How Do We Subvert Big Tech’s Orwellian Internet-of-Things Surveillance?”

When every device in your life is connected to the Internet (the Internet of Things), your refrigerator will schedule an oil change for your car–or something like that–and it will be amazingly wunnerful. You’ll be able to lower the temperature of your home office while you’re stuck in a traffic jam, while your fridge orders another jar of pickles delivered to your door. It’s all in service of convenience, the god all Americans are brainwashed to worship. Imagine the...

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Predatory “Green Capitalism” Is Monetizing the Air, and It’s Going to Cost You

I recently asked What’s Left to Monetize?, and longtime correspondent Mark G. provided the answer: the air we breathe, via carbon taxes and markets for trading carbon credits, i.e. financializing / monetizing Nature to benefit the few at the expense pf the many. Here’s Mark’s commentary: You asked, “What’s left to monetize? It appears the answer is ‘very little.'” I respectfully disagree. The Biggest Enchilada of all is left. Air. Specifically carbon dioxide, CO2. We just...

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Bizarro World: The Herd Has Truly Gone Mad

You’re not mad. The world we now live in is. As Charles Mackay prophetically wrote nearly 200 years ago, “men go mad in crowds”; and today it seems the masses have indeed lost their minds. We are currently pursuing our own destruction — economically, environmentally, and socially — and unless we wake from our mass delusion soon, we’ll only realize the errors of our ways after its too late. Click to read full article>>...

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What’s Left to Monetize?

Advertising has always monetized consumers’ time and attention, what we call engagement today. Newspapers and periodicals publish advertisements, radio/TV networks and stations air adverts, movie theaters run trailers/ads, billboards occupy our mental space while driving and websites and apps post adverts. The more media you consume, the more adverts you see/hear, and the more time you spend consuming media, the greater your exposure to advertising. Monetizing our time...

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America’s Concealed Crisis: Fifty Years of Economic Decline, 1969 to 2019

What if the “prosperity” of the past 50 years is mostly a statistical mirage for the bottom 80% of households? What if whatever real gains (adjusted for real-world loss of purchasing power) accrued only to the top of the wealth-power pyramid, those closest to financial and political power? What if the U.S. economy and society shifted from “everybody wins” to “winner takes all” or at best, “winner take most”? These are not “what if”, they’re reality. The working class,...

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No, Autos Are Not “Cheaper Now”

Longtime readers know I’ve long turned a skeptical gaze at official calculations of inflation, offering real-world analyses such as The Burrito Index: Consumer Prices Have Soared 160% Since 2001 (August 1, 2016) and Burrito Index Update: Burrito Cost Triples, Official Inflation Up 43% from 2001 (May 31, 2018). Official claims that grossly understate real-world inflation is a core feature ofdebt-serfdom and neofeudalism: we’re working harder and longer and getting less for...

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Could a Cryptocurrency Become a Global Reserve Currency?

Could a non-state cryptocurrency like bitcoin become a global reserve currency? I first proposed the idea back in November 2013, long before bitcoin’s rise to $19,000, decline to $3,200, recent ascent to $13,000 and current retrace. The idea is intriguing on a number of levels. In terms of retaining value though thick and thin, the ultimate reserve currency cannot be printed (and thus devalued) with abandon by a government. Gold and silver have served as the ultimate...

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[KR1400] Keiser Report: The Gold/Silver Ratio

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss what central bankers have wrought by printing fresh money for the assets rich as demonstrated by Donald Trump’s Beverly Hills property increasing in value by 1.2% per month and doubling in about a decade. While the elite make off with the asset price gains, governments are driven into bankruptcy by the same financial collapse which enriched these elites and they are now shaking down ordinary citizens who are...

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