Episode 376

­In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert peer into the UK’s future and see scum villages and royal baby Snookies – Bank of England executive Andy Haldane says the loss of income caused by banks is as bad as World War II. Then, the Artist Taxi Driver explains what austerity really means to the UK. And while Lord Stevenson admits the nation’s wealth has been lost to banker crimes, the cover up continues as the former HBOS executive claims it was mere incompetence that saw his bank nearly collapse. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Tim Street of UK Uncut about the protest group’s successful campaigns against Starbucks and other multinationals. They also address how to stop every new tax dollar from being sucked straight into the black hole of fraudulent debt schemes.