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Tue Jul 7, 2015, 05:51 PM

Keiser Report: Yanis Varoufakis 'Shane' of Greece (E780)

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It's good, I love where he makes a point about Varoufakis resigning so that the Troika has no excuse to not deal. Always one step ahead of 'em.

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mother earth Jul 2015 OP
enough Jul 2015 #1
mother earth Jul 2015 #4
Demeter Jul 2015 #2
mother earth Jul 2015 #3

Response to mother earth (Original post)

Tue Jul 7, 2015, 06:59 PM

1. Very interesting. I stopped following Max a while back when he got too fond of

blowing up, and too fond of gold-faith.

Very glad to see he and Stacey Herbert are now doing what they do well even better.

Also, the Steve Keen segment is particularly interesting.

Thanks for posting.

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Response to enough (Reply #1)

Thu Jul 9, 2015, 01:12 PM

4. My pleasure, to say the Steve Keen segment is interesting is the understatement of all

understatements. I hope people give this a listen/watch. The inside scoop on what is playing out is so interesting to those who wish to truly understand. We won't get the lowdown from MSM, hell no, but that's why economics is so addictive, imo, and too, the Keiser Report.

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Response to mother earth (Original post)

Wed Jul 8, 2015, 12:18 AM

2. This was one of the most informative reports Keiser has done

 

and I don't say that just because he confirms my suspicions....the discussion explains the actual processes and logical bases for events that I solved by intuition....my admiration for Yanis has only grown, and his detractors (and they are legion) are again proved to be corrupt, ignorant, and feckless.

I have to point out that OXI is pronounced "oh-hee", not oxy. The first word I learned, working at a Greek lunch counter in 1974...

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Response to Demeter (Reply #2)

Thu Jul 9, 2015, 01:01 PM

3. Ty, Demeter, I love Keiser, he is both informative and entertaining & I agree, this is one of his

best.

As for Yanis, he is simply visionary and inspiring, as always, quite deserving of our praise, especially during these times.

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