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Max Keiser Report: Countdown to Armageddon

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posted on May, 18 2012 @ 11:34 PM
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Love this guy - rips on Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan for a 1/2 hour...awesome!

"In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert have a field day dissecting Jamie Dimon's 'egregious, terrible mistake,' the possible insider trading around those so-called mistake and what the Leveson Inquiry may tell us about the SEC's Mary Schapiro's 'focus' on these oh so egregious mistakes. In the second half of the show Max talks to Nomi Prins, a former senior executive at Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns, about the problems at JP Morgan's London trading desk."





posted on May, 19 2012 @ 12:22 AM
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Just an FYI:

If JP Morgan Chase goes down - Silver will go threw the roof.
Max Keiser mentions Blythe Masters - current head of Global Commodities at J.P. Morgan Chase she is the reason that Silver prices are in the tank. JP Morgan's silver hedge is for 3 times the amount of silver that exist's on the planet so if JP Morgan goes down so goes their illegal silver hedge & then you can name a price for silver - $100 an ounce - $200, $500? Just saying - something to think about.

"Blythe Sally Jess Masters (born 22 March 1969) is an economist and current head of Global Commodities at J.P. Morgan Chase. From 2004-2007, she was Chief Financial Officer of J.P. Morgan Chase's Investment Bank and previously served as the Head of Global Credit Portfolio and Credit Policy and Strategy."

en.wikipedia.org...

Blythe Masters On The Blogosphere, Silver Manipulation, Gold-Axed Clients And Doing The "Wrong" Thing

"In an article that is about three years overdue, "JPMorgan's practices bring scrutiny" the FT finally takes aim at that other "vampire squid", JP Morgan, which technically is incorrect: because if Goldman is a nimble and aggressive creature, with infinite tentacles in every governmental office, and unencumbered by massive liabilities, JPMorgan is just as connected, but unlike Goldman, it is a behemoth in every other possible capacity, and with its trillion in deposits, matched by tens of billions in bad loans, is a true Bank Holding Company. As such 'Jabba the Hutt' would be a far more appropriate allegory to describe the the firm, whose reach, scope and scale lead the FT to classify it as "Three times a pallbearer, never a corpse."

www.zerohedge.com...
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posted on May, 19 2012 @ 12:28 AM
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It's kinda funny but messed up.
Only an insane or mentally defunct person would destroy the very thing they idolize.
But I doubt few people know what type of people they really are. Makes me want the opportunity to sit in a room with them for a few hours.

around 10:30 the host implies someone is going to hell for murder. I like this guy.



posted on May, 19 2012 @ 12:34 AM
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He`s just R.T`s version of Alex Jones , some of his shows are funny , i`ll give him that , but anyone who jumps around like this dude on a regular basis, needs help.



posted on May, 19 2012 @ 12:43 AM
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Originally posted by RockLobster
He`s just R.T`s version of Alex Jones , some of his shows are funny , i`ll give him that , but anyone who jumps around like this dude on a regular basis, needs help.


"If you can’t attack the Message, attack the Messenger"
Quote - Unknown

Good luck - defending the bankers!

Peace




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posted on May, 19 2012 @ 12:44 AM
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I`m not defending anyone , this fella is a nut case , i cant take him seriously ..... saying that , i cant take R.T seriously these days.



posted on May, 19 2012 @ 12:51 AM
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I've been watching Max Keiser for the last 18 months on a regular basis. Despite the obvious novelty value, he's definately no idiot. He's an ex Wall street trader and knows first hand how this grand financial ponzi scheme operates.

If you had to label him - he would be a financial anarchist. He has started campaigns to try and bring down the likes of Coca Cola and JPMorgan.

Stay tuned to his shows (3 a week) over the next month or so because things are just starting to hot up again.

Its also fun to see the banter and tomfoolery he has with Stacey Herbert (his consort)

Peace Out



posted on May, 19 2012 @ 01:06 AM
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Originally posted by RockLobster
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I`m not defending anyone , this fella is a nut case , i cant take him seriously ..... saying that , i cant take R.T seriously these days.



Yawn - like if 2008 didn't happen I'd say good point but these idiots bankers are back at the casino now w/taxpayers dollars.

Peace

"The whole government is a Ponzi scheme"
Bernie Madoff



posted on May, 19 2012 @ 08:15 AM
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Originally posted by RockLobster
He`s just R.T`s version of Alex Jones , some of his shows are funny , i`ll give him that , but anyone who jumps around like this dude on a regular basis, needs help.


I agree.
As much as I enjoy listening to what this guy has to say and also he has very interesting guests on his show who always provide insightful information, Max's mad ramblings are hard to watch.
He damages his own show and his messages with his crazy rants.
I've tried to get my dad and some of my friends to watch him but they find his insanity unbearable and refuse to watch him and consider him a nut job.
Its such a shame, someone needs to set him straight and tell him he looks like a jackass.



posted on May, 19 2012 @ 08:58 AM
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So to summarize:


Nicholas "Nick" Leeson (born 25 February 1967) is a former derivatives broker whose fraudulent, unauthorized speculative trading caused the collapse of Barings Bank, the United Kingdom's oldest investment bank, for which he was sent to prison...

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...contrasts with the management of the biggest institutions of today in this: massively under-funded trades and unimaginable off-book losses — not to mention illegal insider trading — are effectively authorized by the regulatory body due to the fact they ostensibly increase liquidity in the system, with the Fed continually providing a limitless line of credit to the perpetrators.

If the end of Barings bank was a shocker, what will be the end of the Leesonization of the global financial system?



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