Showing posts from May 19, 2009

Afshin Rattansi talks to Max Keiser

Max Keiser discusses with Afshin Rattansi on Obama political and economical plans , the credit crunch the housing and credit cards bubbles , gold and silver investments against hyperinflation the fall of the dollar joining the discussion also Steve Hewlett, visiting professor in journalism and broadcasting at Salford University. He is a former editor of the BBCs Panorama programme and has done consultancy work for the OFCOM broadcast regulator in the UK.

Also here is the parliamentary officer of the The Council for Arab-British Understanding, the group calling on Britains Foreign Secretary to make clear that Britain refuses to condone the views of Israel's Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman who is within ten miles of this studio.

Well cover that, corporate spin in Latin America and changing power relations in the Persian Gulf. But lets start with the story that overshadows every other the international economic crisis. The FT says the downturn is easing but let alone that controver…