Max Keiser interviewed by Mini Max in Paris explains How the Big Banks manipulate Gold & Silver Market , and for the first time Max Keiser for the first time explains what he thinks really happened in 9/11 was it an inside job or a terrorist attack , Max Keiser reveals his connections to some key players in the 9/11 story and how stocks are being traded before and after a 'terrorist attack' . Max Keiser also gives his opinion about what's going on in Europe especially in Greece and Italy and how these European countries will never be able to pay off their debt , and how the big banks are manipulating the gold and silver market
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