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Keiser Report: Fanatical Central Banking (Episode 888)

from RT:

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss fanatical central bankers doubling down on a failed policy after forgetting their original aim, while BS-vending talking heads create the conditions ripe for an overthrow of the establishment. In the second half, Max interviews Satyajit Das, author of Extreme Money and A Banquet of Consequences. They discuss the hot potato of negative rates making it almost impossible to default and embedded pundits calling for negative rates while simultaneously banning cash.

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7 comments to Keiser Report: Fanatical Central Banking (Episode 888)

  • anon

    “…embedded pundits calling for negative rates while simultaneously banning cash”?

    Time to pull all your fiat currency out of the banking system, and exchange it for something TANGIBLE, like gold, and SILVER (and establishing LOCAL CURRENCIES AND UNDERGROUND BARTER OR TRADE NETWORKS).

    • KRELL427

      If you haven’t done it already hurry up because the window of opportunity is closing.

      • Craig Escaped Detroit

        TPTB want us to go into MORE debt, create more credit bubbles.

        OK. I don’t mind going into a little bit of debt, using my charge card to buy MORE Physical Silver, or even to deposit a few hundred bucks into my Phys-gold BULLION account at

        I don’t think the big banks would appreciate us using our debt & credit to buy up all the remaining silver supply. I’d like to see the look on their faces to learn that billions of debt were used to buy the silver and crash the criminal banks.

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    They also discussed the “block chain” currencies that are OUTSIDE the banking system, but if the governments & banks do BAN CASH, it is a CLEVER way to KILL Bitcoin (crypto currencies) because everybody will be forced (herded) BACK into the BANKING system one way or aother, somewhere along the line.

    Yes, I can see how that works. Merchants must at some point, pay taxes, order raw materials from other companies who have to work thru some part of the banking system, etc. I’d have to do a lot more thinking on this, but superficially, I think I agree that banning cash, is a BACK DOOR way to “corral” or strangle bitcoins, etc.

    Keep Stacking PM’s because it has always been “money” always will be money.

    Brilliant analysis and interview. I liked the way these guys expose STUPID policies.

    I noticed that you really have to have some intelligence to enjoy the Kaiser Report, but it’s very good in how they cover and explain things.

    Big banks are like a troll under the bridge of world trade, as products “cross borders” for trade, the TROLL reaches up and grabs some of the wealth.

    But to fix today’s bad economy, the banks made the Trolls BIGGER to grab even MORE wealth.

    That was a BRILLIANT comparison. And the interview with “Das”, was very clear and exposes a lot of interesting details.

    • KRELL427

      The powers that be DTCC and others are very interested in block chain technology because of the transaction trail that it leaves. No escaping the taxman when this gets fully implemented. I look at Bitcoin as a R & D project to work out the bugs.

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