Max Keiser : All roads are pointing to one culprit source BB , I am not talking about Brigitte Bardot but Ben Bernanke Ben Bernanke lies , because he does not mention the shadow banking system as it was described by former prime minister Gordon Brown when he said that the effects are minimum he is talking about the effects of what these banks report to the regulators as being their balance sheet but we know now going back to 2008 that they simply do not report trillions of dollars of liabilities on their balance sheet and when these blow up they claim that the market did it we had no idea and Bernanke knows this , that's why Bernanke at the end of the day because he is sheltering financial terrorists he should be Water Boarded
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