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Russia Today - The Keiser Report

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Does anyone watch this...?

I put this on late at night. Lots on the economic meltdown and the fraud. Irreverent yet on the money.

Caught some discussion on Janet Tavakoli's* 'Fraud as a Business Model' (see here on The Market Oracle). Basically, the financial industry existed to provide skimmed incomes for the participants of the fraud.

Keiser doesn't hold back on his contempt of the banksters and the whole asset based mortgage fraud.

RT seems better than News 24 or SKY News as you count Zs...

*I've seen Janet referenced at Denninger.

Perhaps this should be a topic moved from Off-Topic to the main forum. :lol:

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Watched it for the first time last week. I was staying in a Travelodge and it's one of the freeview channels you get. Bizarre choice really, but I found it illuminating when he was conversing with a New york blogger. Didn't pull any punches.

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He can sometimes lose a bit of credibility by being so passionate and sometimes a bit extreme, but he's generally spot on.

Tbh, rttv is a pretty good channel, it's pro-Russian as one would expect, however it covers news that the uk media refuse to touch!

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RT does throw up some interesting stuff - like last week's Mexican pipeline explosion - not a peep in the British press.

Keiser is superb.

Also very good at preaching anti-Western rhetoric, behind the veneer of impartiality.

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Absolutely love RT. Sure it's a propaganda machine for the Kremlin, but it's still a breath of fresh air compared to the cloned MSM news, and damn entertaining.

I get most of my news from RT + Al Jazeera these days.

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  • 295 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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