Keiser Report: Quantitative easing & collusion

In this episode of the Summer Solutions 2019 for the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy are joined by Nomi Prins, author of ‘Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World’, to discuss the ‘solutions’ that central banks have forced upon the world for the past ten years in response to their own problem of too much bad bankers’ debt: quantitative easing and zero percent interest rates (Zirp). As this solution looks ready to be reapplied during the next wave of economic recession and banking collapse, Nomi considers what the outcome of this might be. How much more money printing can the world take? How much more resultant wealth inequality can any society tolerate? What should be done instead? Tune in to watch some of Nomi Prins’ solutions to what ails our banking system.
See Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report: Promising Nothing to Fundamentally Change

In this episode of the Summer Solutions 2019 for the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that the elite of the ‘opposition’ party in America are offering up a platform promising that “nothing fundamentally will change.” What they mean by this, as represented by lifelong politician, Joe Biden, is that the wealth and income gap will continue to increase as more and more of government resources and power are diverted toward maintaining the status quo despite the increasing mortality rates and the subsequent anger which has seen the rise of candidates like Donald Trump. They look at the significance of Biden kissing the ring of Robert Rubin, who presided over the repeal of Glass-Steagall and the introduction of the Commodity Futures Modernization Act, which together are most responsible for allowing for the wholesale looting of the American population by Wall Street.

They also discuss the toxic mountain of plastics sailing around the world looking for a weak country willing to dump the waste onto the front lawn of powerless populations and how this can serve as an analogy for the global debt which has been packaged and rolled over for forty years onto the balance sheets of those yet to be born and, so, who have no voice to protest the odious debts.