In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the methods that help the technocratic elite control the behavior of consumers by nudging them. They treat citizens like pigeons or mental patients. It’s achieved by rewarding desired behavior with plastic trinkets and poker chips which make those controlled, feel empowered by their decisions to behave as their controllers want them to. Also they speak about a nudging example in the UK which are games of chutes and property ladders. In case the nudging method doesn’t work the elite can always use bludgeoning. In the USA the bludgeoning is by the Inland Revenue Service that has been seizing the bank deposits of non-complying “citizen-pigeons” who have not incurred massive debts.