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    Keiser Report №21: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

    March 02, 2010

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    Keiser Report №22: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

    March 04, 2010

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    This time Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the scandals behind: 'the owner of Great Britain' bouncing a $54 million check for a pile of dirt in the Persian Gulf; a currency speculator in Monaco moving currency markets with an 'accidental Jim Rogers press release' while Colonel Gaddafi calls for jihad against Switzerland and receives zero market impact; and Alan Greenspan wins major award for causing up global financial markets to explode. Keiser also talks to David DeGraw about his new book, "The Economic Elite versus the People of the United States of America."
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    Keiser Report №23: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

    March 09, 2010

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    This time Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, report on the fake shop fronts making a "revived" economy in Northern England; the Chile quake causing Goldman Sachs's high frequency trading to lose 2.1 trades per day; and the mobs in Indonesia, a "revolution" in Ireland and online media preventing an orderly transfer of wealth. Keiser also speaks to investigative journalist, Greg Palast, about the RICO case against US bankers and politicians and about vulture funds preying on the Third and First world economies.
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    And we need central banks, and fiat money why? These are the same vultures who swindled America's gold in 20 years after the creation of the Federal Reserve, and left the States in a perpetualt state of national emergency due to being bankrupt.

    How long is it going to take people to figure out these damn Keyensian economic structures and private or hybrid central banks in resiprocity with the government of the countries in the world is a recipe for doom.

    This is the economic structure that has been used for over 100 years, and look at what we have gotten for it.

    Keynesian economics Hide links within definitionsShow links within definitions DefinitionSchool of economic thought founded by the UK economist John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) and developed by his followers. In 1936, at the height of the great depression, Keynes' landmark book 'General Theory Of Employment, Iinterest, And Money' caused a paradigm shift for the economists: it suddenly replaced their emphasis on study of the economic behavior of individuals and firms (microeconomics) to the study of the behavior of the economy as a whole (macroeconomics). The main plank of his revolutionary theory is the assertion that the aggregate demand created by households, businesses and the government and not the dynamics of free markets is the most important driving force in an economy. This theory further asserts that free markets (despite the assertion of 18th century Scottish economist Adam Smith and other classical economists) has no self-balancing mechanisms that lead to full employment. Keynesian economists urge and justify a government's intervention in the economy through public policies that aim to achieve full employment and price stability. Their ideas have greatly influenced governments the world-over in accepting their responsibility to provide full or near-full employment through measures (such as deficit spending) that stimulate aggregate demand. See also classical economics, neo-classical Economics, new classical economics and supply side economics.

    And if you advocate the Austrian view of economics, you're a nutcase, conspiracy theorist and a wacko. Why? Because it does away with central banks.

    Austrian School of Economics Hide links within definitionsShow links within definitions DefinitionForerunner of unrestrained free market (libertarian) economics, its central concept is that the coordination of human effort can be achieved only through the combined decisions and judgments of individuals and cannot be forced by an external agency such as a government. It emphasizes complete freedom of association and sovereignty of individual property rights. Its other main tenets include (1) abolishment of central banks and return to the gold standard, (2) elimination of bank deposit insurance schemes so that bank failures punish bad investments, (3) institution of an information system that make real-time prices data available to everyone, (4) abandonment of mathematical models as too rigid and limited to be of any use. Most of its recommendations are fiercely opposed by the mainstream (both capitalist and socialist) economists who call it 'anarchist economics,' and barely acknowledge its existence. This body of thought was founded in 1871 in Vienna by Carl Menger (1840-1921) who developed marginal utility theory of value and carried on by Friedrich von Wiesner (1851-1926) who developed the concept of opportunity cost. It was further elaborated by Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk (1851-1914) who developed a capital and interest rate theory, Ludwig Edler von Mises (1881-1973) who developed a business cycle theory, and the 1974 Nobel laureate in economics, Friedrich August von Hayek (1899-1992) who unified the works of his predecessors.


    Or better yet, how many have ever heard of "tally stick money"? It was initiated by King Henry of England, and used for over 700years. But it was a money that was outside the control of the moneychangers.

    What is Money?
    Money is an agreement

    The agreement may be voluntary or coerced, conscious or unconscious, and may fluctuate with time or remain fixed.

    within a community

    All kinds of communities – large and small; local, national, international, or virtual; cooperative or competitive – may create such an agreement.

    to use something as a medium of exchange.

    The money itself can be issued en masse by a central authority or created ad hoc by two consenting parties in a mutual credit system; it may store value or merely mark transactions; it may be backed or valued with something tangible or merely by the issuing authority; and it may take any shape – coins and bills, some chalk marks on a blackboard, or bits of data inside a computer.
    [I'm posting this definition by the people at transaction.net that I got from omar who left a comment on this.

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    Here you'll find a three part video: The Money Masters. It's well worth watching, even if only the first half hour of part I."

    At the top is an image of King Henry the First's tally stick:
    THE TALLY STICKS (1100-1854) King Henry the First produced sticks of polished wood, with notches cut along one edge to signify the denominations. The stick was then split full length so each piece still had a record of the notches.

    The King kept one half for proof against counterfeiting, and then spent the other half into the market place where it would continue to circulate as money.

    Because only Tally Sticks were accepted by Henry for payment of taxes, there was a built in demand for them, which gave people confidence to accept these as money.

    He could have used anything really, so long as the people agreed it had value, and his willingness to accept these sticks as legal tender made it easy for the people to agree. Money is only as valuable as peoples faith in it, and without that faith even today's money is just paper.

    The tally stick system worked really well for 726 years. It was the most successful form of currency in recent history and the British Empire was actually built under the Tally Stick system, but how is it that most of us are not aware of its existence?

    Perhaps the fact that in 1694 the Bank of England at its formation attacked the Tally Stick System gives us a clue as to why most of us have never heard of them. They realised it was money outside the power of the money changers, (the very thing King Henry had intended).

    We don't need, nor should we desire central banks. They or rather their owners / controllers have no alliegence to any nation or people their sole reason for being is gain at everybody elses expense. They would slit a man's throat in an alley to gain a dollar from his pocket as it would increase their wealth, that which they care not how it is grown, and who's lives may be sacrificed to get it.

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    Keiser Report №24: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

    March 11, 2010

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    This time Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert look at the scandals behind psychic scams, money heaven and credit default swap bans. Keiser talks to Business Insider's Joe Wiesenthal about derivatives, hedge funds, the economy and day trading politicians.
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    Keiser Report №25: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

    March 16, 2010

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    This time Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert report on insider trading in the prediction markets and the billionaire boom and the scary rich outside America. Keiser also speaks to Kate Pickett, author of "The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better" about the consequences of inequality.
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    Keiser Report №26: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

    March 18, 2010

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    This time Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert look at the scandals behind rigged market capitalism from intellectual property rights to cooked books. They also expose how shenanigans and gimmicks are the new words for fraud. Keiser talks to bestselling author, former economist at the Irish Central Bank, and former UBS banker David McWilliams about Irelands banking crisis and NAMA. McWilliams also takes questions from viewers!
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    Keiser Report №27: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

    March 23, 2010

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    This week Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert look at the scandals of Ben Bernanke's zero reserve requirements proposal; the game of IMF chicken between Greece and Germany; the sinister German hedge fund spy plan; and Max Keiser for President of Greece?! Keiser also talks to Business Insider's Gregory White about deflation, inflation and moving to Asia!
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    Keiser Report №28: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

    March 25, 2010

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    This time Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert look at the scandals of the Nobel Prize winner that threatens the world; the US paying more than Buffett, and the big ambitions behind 12,000 calories per day. Keiser also talks to Helen Skopis of Athens International Radio about the Greek debt crisis.
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