Water cannon of Financial Fraud


Water cannon of Financial fraud

Published on Jan 25, 2014

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss populations trading economic sovereignty for an endless supply of fiat lottery tickets, which somehow always come up losers and the water cannon of financial fraud making its way to the UK in preparation for austerity protests. In the second half, Max interviews Dr. Clive Peedell, co-leader of the National Health Action Party, who claims that David Cameron has indeed begun privatizing the National Health Service if you were to use the definition by the World Health Organization. They discuss the impossibility of ever having a market in healthcare where there is always going to be an asymmetry of information between doctor and patient (or, ‘customer,’ in the case of privatization).

 

http://rt.com/shows/keiser-report/episode-554-max-keiser-139/

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2 Responses to Water cannon of Financial Fraud

  1. pamea says:


    Just could not help myself in adding that one..

    ”Liberal Democrat peer Shirley Williams raised concerns over the future of the U.K. government’s health reforms as secretive e-mails revealed plans to allow overseas companies to take over operations at 20 hospitals currently run by the National Health Service.” http://www.medicaldaily.com/worries-private-health-role-uk-flawed-us-system-cited-237918

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