In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the breatharian diet in central banking where credit is created out of thin air and expected to sustain and nurture the economy. Max suspects that Ben Bernanke is walking on paper, Janet Yellen is doing a Travis Bickle ("You buying from me?") and both are drilling for fraud with artificially low interest rates. In the second half, Max interviews Stacy Herbert and a red pepper, standing in for Jeremy Scahill, presenter of the documentary film, Dirty Wars. Max and Stacy discuss his film and ask why he didn't follow the Dirty Money War or provide the context of the history of dirty wars where nuns and dissidents were thrown out of planes across Latin America over a period of decades from the 1950s.
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Bill Still, director of The Money Masters & The Secret of Oz, is with Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert on the Keiser Report ,he speaks about the Fort Knox gold Nothing makes your heart swell with pride like knowing that greed is running rampant and endorsed by law. Once you read corporate charters and learn how they must make more money each year showing increased profits for it's shareholders otherwise they face various methods for restructuring. But in the end you realize it is all about the rich getting richer, while others lose jobs on the hour!
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In this episode of the Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss Aristotle trending, lands of opportunity and GM hiring. In the second half, Max interviews philosopher and television presenter, Pablo Boullosa, about the state of the Mexican economy and society and how to solve the ever-increasing drug violence.