Category Archives: Russia Today

CrossTalk Bullhorns: FBI-gate (Extended Version)

What was Russiagate is now quickly becoming FBI-gate. Who will investigate the investigators? Also, does the US have a real North Korea policy? And, the end of net neutrality and the start of Internet apartheid.

US provoked North Korea to Break the Nuke Agreement – Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin holds his annual end-of-year press conference, where he discusses a range of domestic and foreign policy issues. See Also: (Russia Today) – US has de-facto left missile treaty, Russia is not going to – Putin The US has, in fact, already

CrossTalk: Media Humiliated

Trust in the mainstream media is at an all-time low. But no one should be surprised and the media has itself to blame. This sad state of affairs is a self-inflicted wound and actually a conscious business model. The media no longer has an interest

RAW: Russia & China conduct joint drills

Russian & Chinese law enforcement armed forces conducted a series of joint tactical training drills in the Chinese city of Yinchuan on Tuesday. The drills, named ‘Cooperation-2017,’ saw the participation of the Special Forces units of the Russian National Guard and the People’s Armed Police

CrossTalk: Distrusting The News?

If you trust the mainstream media, then you are in the minority. Sadly, a great deal of media today is not designed to inform, but rather confirm political biases. This approach to the news is not only polarizing, but also lowering journalistic standards. Is this

British Aid for Syria Being Funneled to Extremists

The UK government has suspended a foreign aid project in Syria amid allegations that funds are being pocketed by extremists groups. It is yet another report of British taxpayers’ money reaching the wrong hands.

Israel Reportedly Strikes Syrian ‘Military Targets’ Near Damascus

Israeli warplanes have reportedly conducted a number of air strikes on a Syrian military target near Damascus. That’s according to Israeli and Arab media. Several missiles were reportedly fired at a site in the countryside south of the capital with some intercepted by Syrian Air

How corporations cooperate with US government

The US intelligence community has struck a deal with Amazon, for the company to provide data storage. The online giant’s developed a special project tailored exactly to the government’s needs.

Redacted Tonight: ‘The Truth About RT America’

The Department of Justice ordered RT to register as a foreign agent, yet refuses to cite what laws were broken. Furthermore, the government has none nothing to demonstrate how RT journalists are taking orders from the Kremlin, which is what’s required by FARA.

Keiser Report: If Only Arrested Saudi Prince Owned Bitcoin

In this episode of the Keiser Report Max and Stacy ask whether or not Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who is currently under Ritz arrest, would have been better off had he owned bitcoin instead of Twitter and Fox. In the second half Max continues his

Keiser Report: MSM Goes on Trump’s Voter ‘Safari’

Max and Stacy discuss the political operatives going on safari to ‘study’ the voter in flyover America, only to draw conclusions confirming their own profitable positions. Max interviews author and banker, Chris Whalen, about the state of the US financial system and Trump’s (allegedly) booming

Keiser Report: Muted Inflation

In this episode of the Keiser Report from Aspen, Colorado, Max and Stacy take a look at the trillion-dollar mystery of muted inflation. While central banks are stumped, the Keiser Report suggests that the insanely concentrated wealth and flushing euros down the toilet could have

War-Ning: N. Korea says it has right to shoot down US warplanes

North Korea’s FM says Donald Trump has declared war on Pyongyang and warned of counter-measures. This comes after the US president’s inflammatory comments about the North Korean leader on Twitter. An expert on the region Simone Chun believes that a peace initiative proposed by China

Keiser Report: China Effect on Oil & Bitcoin Markets

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the China Effect on oil and bitcoin markets. In the second half, Max interviews Chris Blasi of the PMC Ounce. They debate whether or not bitcoin is the new gold. Chris argues only gold

Government Hypocrisy, US Election Misconduct & the Media

In the first episode of The World According to Jesse, Governor Jesse Ventura addresses government hypocrisy. He and co-host Brigida Santos break down 81 cases of American electoral misconduct in 45 countries, not including regime change efforts. Plus, host of RT America’s News with Ed

Keiser Report: RIP, Petrodollar?

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy ask, “RIP, Petrodollar?” China readies a yuan-priced oil benchmark backed by gold. Is this the final nail in the dollar’s coffin? In the second half, Max interviews Michael Pento of PentoPort.com to discuss the oil-gold-yuan

Keiser Report: Is US really a 3% GDP economy?

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss ‘the mysterious’ moves in gold markets moments before Janet Yellen spoke in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the equally mysterious, unknowable event that happened in the mid-seventies to cause wages to decline as productivity continued

Keiser Report: Economic war with China?

In this special double-header episode, Max and Stacy discuss Germany repatriating €24 billion worth of gold from New York and the US administration finally realizing it is already at economic war with China. They also discuss ‘enlightened’ Silicon Valley sorts who ‘feel’ they are inclusive

Keiser Report: The bizarre decade

Max and Stacy discuss ‘the bizarre decade’ on the markets engineered by central banks and the ‘red flags’ in the shale industry. In the second half, Max interviews Mitch Feierstein, author of Planet Ponzi, to discuss central banks’ collective $15 trillion in assets. How will

MIT Expert Claims Latest Chemical Weapons Attack In Syria Was Staged

Theodore Postol of MIT says there is no concrete evidence linking Assad to the attack. A leading weapons academic has claimed that the Khan Sheikhoun nerve agent attack in Syria was staged, raising questions about who was responsible. Theodore Postol, a professor emeritus at the