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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined in the first half by Russell Brand to talk about the austerity headlines. They chat about the UK government's expanding debt and growing deficit, despite the alleged austerity and GDP expanding thanks to heroin addiction and prostitution. Russell learns about the water cannons bought for use against anti-austerity protests which the government itself will stoke. Finally, they talk about the people revolting as they must do when the social contract has been broken: and crypto currencies are one of the most visible revolts. In the second half, Max interviews Russell Brand further about his independent media outlet - The Trews; they discuss revolution and spiritual journeys.
The policies dictated by the money behind the power are destroying the ecosystem and our planet. The politics with an ideological support can barely be identified, worldwide. Who really has the power now a days? Isn't money ..? In other words THE CORRUPT NEOLIBERAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, AND THEIR FOLLOWERS
Residents of Detroit, Michigan who are $150 or two months past-due on
their water bills are having their water shut off by the bankrupt city.
Now, even the United Nations has stepped in, saying Detroit is in
violation of the human right to water. FULL STORY: http://on.rt.com/3f1w35
Last spring, Jennifer Allen began sharing a harrowing tale of rape
and abuse at the hands of a former boyfriend - the tech investor and
blogger, Michael Arrington. Now Ms. Allen has retracted those
accusations in a settlement with Mr. Arrington, who agreed to drop a
defamation lawsuit against her as a result.