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[KR1455] Keiser Report: So Sleepy

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss a BBC journalist who visited rural Ohio to see what voters thought about the situation in Syria. Almost all of them said that they were too busy working multiple jobs and ‘too sleepy to concentrate.’ This reminds Stacy of the story of Warren Buffett calling then Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson in the middle of the night, during the 2008 financial crisis, to convince him to inject 0 billion directly into the banks. Paulson recalled that he was so sleepy he thought ‘Warren’ was his mother’s gardener. He got the bailout. In the second half, Max talks to Dmitry Orlov of Club Orlov about his views on anti-Russia hysteria and whether or not China will surpass the

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss a BBC journalist who visited rural Ohio to see what voters thought about the situation in Syria. Almost all of them said that they were too busy working multiple jobs and ‘too sleepy to concentrate.’ This reminds Stacy of the story of Warren Buffett calling then Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson in the middle of the night, during the 2008 financial crisis, to convince him to inject $250 billion directly into the banks. Paulson recalled that he was so sleepy he thought ‘Warren’ was his mother’s gardener. He got the bailout. In the second half, Max talks to Dmitry Orlov of Club Orlov about his views on anti-Russia hysteria and whether or not China will surpass the US as an economic power. Orlov believes China’s economic policy is what he calls ‘Stalinism 2.0.’

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