Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Camerons pyramid scheme exposed.

Keiser Report: Side Effects of Cameron’s Ponzi

We discuss the paradox of negative side effects warnings driving an increase in sales to consumer chumps and how this applies to David Cameron’s economic policy of a housing ponzi scheme. In the second half, Max interviews Satyajit Das, author of Extreme Money, about QE Forever as the Strawberry Fields of our day and about terming out the debt in Europe until eventually we have 99 year loans paying zero percent interest. And, finally, they discuss the reality that we are living in a hedge fund world operating on the tactic that too big to fail banks are now the equivalent to sovereigns.

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3 thoughts on “Camerons pyramid scheme exposed.

  • I like the Strawberry Fields analogy.

    Let me take you down, ‘cos I’m going to Strawberry Fields.
    Nothing is real and nothing to get hungabout.
    Strawberry Fields forever.

    Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see.
    It’s getting hard to be someone but it all works out, it doesn’t matter much to me.
    Let me take you down, ‘cos I’m going to Strawberry Fields.
    Nothing is real and nothing to get hungabout.
    Strawberry Fields forever.

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  • Good post khards,

    after all…..Nothing is real.
    and……….Living is easy with your eyes closed*.

    Help to Buy 2 was originally slated for next year. It’s been brought forward. Stuff all to do with economics or the benefit of the UK, just good old fashioned election manipulation.

    * lyrics from Strawberry Fields Forever – Beatles

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  • I do like watching Max, though I am not sure he explains why Cameron’s scheme is a Ponzi upfront and rants on about it for sometime. I have seen more noteworthy performances, but every ‘actor’ will have the odd weak performance.
    I look forward to watching the next installment, until then.

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