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Cantillon Monopoly (E1555)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the history of the Monopoly board that is the US economy whereby the fiat pyramid scheme started in 1971, only a few short years after the Civil Rights Act. Those who held all the assets in 1971 became fabulously wealthy compared to those without assets as the central bank began furiously printing money over the ensuing decades. In the second half, Max talks to Eric Latham – aka The Character – about his speech on bitcoin that went viral after he took the stage at a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles. He discusses his three point plan for the black community and how bitcoin allows them to exit the racist financial system.

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