MAX KEISER EXPOSING THE BANKSTERS! Max Keiser speaks to lawyers in Athens : This is an abridged version of talk Max gave to a group of lawyers suing derivatives dealers and government officials in Greece for financial fraud. There was much (very loud) translation and some audio problems that I cut out. The rest of the panel spoke in Greek. I will post those when I can for Greek speakers.It's not about greece or europe or usa. It's about banks and their string puppet politicans at one side and free people of the world on the other side. I am glad to see people like Max educating people about the truth. Hope the best for us all.Blankfein and Paulson are practically untouchable. I wish this group well but don't know how they can possibly get through the firewall.
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