Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss crimes against capital, financial blockades and hoax Op-eds. They also suggest that Boris Johnson may be the illegitimate step nephew of Louis XV and how all your financial opinions come from a warped fortune cookie written by some guy that just dropped massive tabs of acid. And they discuss this while minding their Second Amendment right to bear a shoulder launch missile.Freedom does not equate to "freedom to do crime and bankster money printing scams". Libertarians would agree that FDR stopped the crime. They think unregulated FDR government can be as evil as unregulated banksters.Lets face it, If Obama is prepared to use his weaponised drones to take out farmers for saving rain water, then what's good for the goose is good for the gander, hanging the Bankers is mild compared. These Bankers are the cancer of society.
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