Additional sanctions on Russia may make the American economy suffer greatly, says Max Keiser, host of RT's 'Keiser Report.' Germany is not going to go along with the sanctions; they are just pushing Germany into the arms of Russia, he adds.
Trump’s presidency will be a fantastic test to see whether the US constitution actually works and a 'reasonably intelligent guy with good intentions' can appear from the private sector to take the role, said RT host and financial analyst Max Keiser.
Former European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso, who was complicit in helping Goldman Sachs defraud the Greek economy, is now taking a job with the company. Financial analyst Max Keiser says this is crony capitalism and corruption at the highest level.
Should Greece leave the Eurozone and fail to pay its debts, it could trigger the downfall of Deutsche Bank and a crisis worse than that of 2008 – and it is more likely to happen than not, Max Keiser has told RT.
A blockade on the truth in America can be broken by billboard campaigns, like that criticizing Fox News host Sean Hannity, with the involvement of crowdfunding and cryptocurrency, Max Keiser, the host of RT's ‘Keiser Report’, told RT.
Two big, macabre stories came out of Wall Street recently: the rash of banker deaths by apparent murder and/or suicide, and speculation that bank CEOs themselves are behind the trend to cash in on the insurance.
Good Bye, Lenin! is a 2003 German tragicomedy film. Directed by Wolfgang Becker captures the confusion inhabitants of East Germany (the GDR) had after the Berlin Wall came down and the West suddenly flooded in.
Why so many banker suicides?Zerohedge reports that suicide-banker no. 14, a 52-year-old banker at France's Bred-Banque-Populaire, died after jumping from the 14th floor of the bank's Paris headquarters.