Saturday, 14 August 2010

Keiser Report – Markets! Finance! Tier Terra!

We look at Tier Terra [the ecological factors effecting the global economy floods and fires] and future crimes. In the second half of the show, Max talks to former banking regulator William K. Black about rackets and fraud in the financial sector.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, August 14th, 2010.]


steven andresen said...



This is the kind of material that will not appear in supermarket check-out stands. It would stop shopping.

Ergo, it's the kind of argument that has to be shunted aside because otherwise investors would panic.

I'm panicked.

The idea here is that local investing is done in a crooked casino. The dealers palm. The slots have some electronimc inhibitors to never lose much. Whatever.

The gaming commission knows all this and are being paid off to look the other way.

What then is reasonable advice if all this is true?


SpookyPunkos said...


I think we are faced with two stark choices:

The first is to say and do nothing whilst the second is to make some noise about the corruption.

We might not be able to personally initiate an investigation but we can draw attention to the issue.

We can post such videos on blogs and websites, or to online networking sites like facebook. We can email this information to our friends and sections of the mainstream media that might pay attention.

The more people know, the more chance there is of wider exposure leading to some sort of real action.

I'll certainly admit that finding justice is not something that will occur easily in the present rigged and corrupted system.

One thing. If action proves unlikely then at least, with shows like The Keiser Report, we can understand what is happening out there.

We are getting warnings about the companies involved, information that the present system is broken and bankrupted, and that we should be mindful where we invest.