The Ignobel idelogiocal ethics of banking philosophies


Bank of England

Bank of England (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Political Ravishment, or The Old Lady...

English: Political Ravishment, or The Old Lady of Threadneedle-street in Danger!, a satirical cartoon attacking Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger’s decision on 26 January 1797 to temporarily forbid the Bank of England from paying out in gold, having it issue banknotes instead. This cartoon is thought to be the origin of the nickname “Old Lady of Threadneedle Street” for the Bank of England. The male figure is William Pitt the Younger. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Keiser Report: Monetized Genocide E381

Published on 18 Dec 2012

In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert look at central banking monkeys performing
cannonballs into the global dark pools, the backlash against quantitative easing
and the Queen ticking orf the Bank of England. In the second half,
Max Keiser talks to economist Sandeep Jaitly of FeketeResearch.com
about silver backwardation and a monetary path that will throw us *all*
into such poverty that none of us will be able satisfy our ends.
the ignobel idelogiocal ethics of banking philosophies in 2nd half of show

Keiser Report: High Frequency Scalping (E380)

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4 Responses to The Ignobel idelogiocal ethics of banking philosophies

  1. Pamela says:

    Gordon Brown .. the dirty politics .. even have MaX Keiser videos removed… ” updated 14 May 2010 – The man who stole your old age: How Gordon Brown secretly imposed a ruinous tax that has wrecked the retirements of millions”
    http://unitednationsoffilm.com/?p=756

    Dig a little deeper, the truth was out 2012.. What shall we do with these rogues..
    ”http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/2012-07-10/gordon-brown-sold-britain’s-gold-artificially-low-prices-bail-out-large-ameri
    QUOTE/ This is what had happened on an enormous scale by early 1999. One globally significant US bank in particular is understood to have been heavily short on two tonnes of gold, enough to call into question its solvency if redemption occurred at the prevailing price.

    Goldman Sachs, which is not understood to have been significantly short on gold itself, is rumoured to have approached the Treasury to explain the situation through its then head of commodities Gavyn Davies, later chairman of the BBC and married to Sue Nye who ran Brown’s private office.

    Faced with the prospect of a global collapse in the banking system, the Chancellor took the decision to bail out the banks by dumping Britain’s gold, forcing the price down and allowing the banks to buy back gold at a profit, thus meeting their borrowing obligations.”

    Monkeys are running the World..

  2. Pingback: Keiser Report: Bums & Bloodsuckers (E391) Europe/Australia all the same! | peter's space

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