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humans different than other species of animals on planet earth. and over the past 40 years, we've seen a replacement, our free market competition with the command and control of central bankers who have destroyed the value of society, both in the money, but also any kind of institutional value. they destroyed religion, that's just right education. they destroyed medicine, and now we have complete chaotic, free for all. and countries and economies are going to start to shut down, closed down, and the ceiling. chaos could have been avoided, had they watched the caf report and heated our words. right. and the thing is, yes, the winter of our discontent make glorious by, by glory summer. you know, the fact is that we may see better times because of a harder money coming, right. bitcoin is on the horizon and it's kind of exposed all of these shenanigans since 2008. and that's when the queen was 1st birth in the white paper. so, you know, a lot of the stuff is just being made obvious on stage as these players struck them,
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fret the hour, you know, in interventions and trying to control things. and, you know, with these energy crisis gripping the world, part of it's all due to the reaction right to the pandemic. you know, the c word which you can't mention because will be censored for it. but the fact is that, you know, the consequences of all the money printing the consequences of locking down and having a shortage of workers. this is causing the knock on effect of the shortage of energy . and on top of that you had all the sanctions and the weaponized settlement layer grid that was already in place and getting worse and worse since 2008, 2009. that's $12009.00, i believe was the 1st time, for example, that obama took around off the swift system. so these are all the consequences, the ripple effect of the, you know,
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the crises emerging all over the place represent. it's a trickle out of that that, that chaos at the center. yes. that entropy, all, all is, enforces physical dimensions. because it's the, one of the overriding rules of the universe is that things tend to degrade and chronically into atomization and particles ation. and it requires great effort by society and this institution to fight entropy and to create societal cohesion. but unfortunately over the past 40 years during the central banker, the incredible corruption that we've seen has now utterly destroyed all society. i think margaret sasha was probably correct, but she said there is no society and we really have not anymore. so we're being replaced now with
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a big point standard. what arises from the big one standard in terms of what we will recognize and call civilization? that's what you have to be determined. we really don't know yet. america is choking under and everything shortage. that's the story from the atlantic and catalogues the same thing, all the shortages across the entire economy. and it blames the locked downs but also all the money printing as a result of the lockdown. i. when you're locked down, when you're not producing goods and services, you have to create value with all that money printing. otherwise, everybody's just getting more money to chase the same available goods and services which were shrinking and shrinking and shrinking, which has everybody locked down and locked home and everybody around the world got free money. so we chasing the same goods. i'm going to show you this email i received part of the email that i received from a family farm. i think it was an indiana, and we had ordered some meet from them early on in the pandemic a year and a half ago. and this is that they talk about inflation hitting them hard as
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a family farm. real family farm, not one of these factory farm, you know, big conglomerates how inflation is impacting our farm. read the email, and they mentioned increases for non g m, o green. the non g m a feed for our pigs and chickens represents our largest input costs for raising these animals. and this year we've absorbed price spikes as high as 20 percent above expected cost, and the costs spikes on packaging. materials such as boxes have risen over 35 percent since a year ago, and we've absorbed multiple priced spikes on dry ice and insulation materials due to labor shortages. the costs delivery has also increased throughout the year. right. ok, just to review the inflationary pressures have been building for decades. but they were not always obvious to the middle class, because as wealth was transferred from the bottom to the top through the machinations of the crop, central banks, the lower classes and the poor people were increasingly marginalized and
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victimized and vilified famously by hillary clinton, who call them the deplorable right? those are the victims of, of jamie diamond in the central banks. but now if the inflation is not creeping into the middle class. and so now it's a crisis suddenly because the person who might be ordering from a private farm, privately grass fed beef tender lines and you know, butter may from cows getting a daily massage. ok, those prices are now going up. and now those people who are in the media class in the legal class, in the doctor class, right, those people are like walking, oh my god, there's what's going on here. it's inflation. so that now it's much, much too late to stop this. well, and it's going much higher food prices will very quickly now double and triple. so now is the interview. discontent made? gloria farmer by you know, the future that the american dream really like. ok times might be horrible,
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but things are going to get better. so there's a notion that we have transitory inflation. things are going to get better. don't worry. there's also the children, the future, like a future job prospects. we were told, for example, that, ok, we don't need dirty manufacturing jobs. here are the low value added. we're going to send those overseas and we're going to do the service sector. you can work from home, you don't even need to do anything. you just need to think and where uniquely in a shining city on a hill sort of country. and we can just think better. well, services also in the latest trade deficit, we have a services deficit. so that's also declining. but so in terms of the inflation cost and that reaction, the locked downs and all this stuff with that we've done without thought, we're not even allowed to have a conversation about this. we're not allowed to discuss the c word anywhere in the areas where we meet the modern day beer hall,
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the modern day coffee shop is the internet is social media is places like twitter. so to read the story for coming out of the u. s. in terms of school children are just starting to return after 18 months of no education. right. for some reason, we mentioned it earlier that i thought like shirley, this is going to have some sort of consequence, particularly on the most vulnerable, most important period when they're before they go to middle school. so before you know, up until 5th grade. well, when 4th graders can't read, phoenix, school battles, pandemic learning loss. students return to in person learning with diminished reading skill was putting them 2 grade levels behind. so they highlight this class and outside of phoenix and a working class area i, their parents were all frontline workers. they were construction workers. they were, you know, sewage and electricians,
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and drivers and stuff like that. so they always had to work. went home to work from home with their children who had to do online classes. so they have 4th graders. he's a 9 year old. right. who couldn't spell rub r u b. they couldn't, he was spell that they and they had to work through them. how to, how to spell that. so this is the level of reading comprehension, which was very shocking. we'll go into some of the details in particular that it was the front line workers, children's e, black and brown children who were hit, the hardest way harder. so we'll see that data to yeah, it's remarkably cruel when a society abandons its children. i think that's a hallmark of a certain nihilism that we see creeping into our american society and other societies and economies around the world. they're literally throwing children into the volcano to try to get the money, printing gods to print more money. and obviously that's not
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a healthy situation. but it is the state of affairs now. well, we have a neo liberal sort of system which has externalized causes costs for years, decades now 50 years. exactly. since the us dollar turned 50, as it is all throughout the global system in august of 1971. it started. well, we've had been able to externalize those costs and keep on rolling over the debt all the way down to 0 percent interest rates. and we've been able to hide everything. so now we're at this point where we're not allowed to discuss the consequences. we're in society that no longer address costs. so is this a cost that we should consider? should we concern ourselves that these $8.00, you know, these kids, these 789 year old are going without any education, and out importantly, without any socialization either. so do we need to concern ourselves with it? and they point out that the math scores, for example, math achievement dropped by 12 percentile points before pandemic to now and 6
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percentiles for the reading. but in terms of, you know, that notion of the, that what you see in the media here on the united states, blue check media, the social justice war and, and that we need to do something. and we're a white supremacist. well, look at the results of their actual actions. they've decided, but the drop and reading a month, scores among black and latino, 4th grade students with on average double that of white and asian american students . and at the same time, among 4th graders, a critical juncture and education students from high poverty schools experience 3 times as much learning loss and reading compared with those and enrolled and low poverty schools, right? well, lot of what tough school now is. brand a differentiation? so that kids know the difference between different, branded consumer products. if they can't really distinguish the difference, then it's also monitor driven consumer products. and none of these big corporations are going to be able to have a premium on their products. so they're not going to go bankrupt. so they're just killing the seed corn. right?
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you mean you've been training these kids to become addicted to your job for years, then so stupid. now you can even get them addicted to your junk, mar, american. you, you cool. all right, we're going to take a break and when we come back, much more coming your way. the me these people learn from their own experience, how vulnerable of business is to the bank. so you push a small business over the edge, pushes me right to the edge, bankruptcy. now i realize we were good. this isn't just the back of being involved in this is the conference. firms is lawyers. these people have got you want other stories? ottawa can a whistle blower tell people's marriages have broken up and lost their family homes . it is spectacularly devastating for people's lives. they have committed suicide,
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but left behind norse, they explicitly state that it was the constant intimidation and billing by buying coffee sauce that late them to i talked to spy. it's obscene, these people up nor sold a with decisions, tactile perception as well as his or her eyesight helps a lot. because you need to make sure you don't break the thread well,
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placing the switches and robotic hands can't do that. not now. and i believe no if ever you can write software for the machine, but you cannot give it a human tactile perception with, with us to point, but mostly with a fin. daniels trulia with the rest of the whistle castillo's the other month or the guys lose the with. 6 just needed to ask you about it because i just food say that even when you would you that is images. it goes up was good, both. those are the good. have my did some, i would say again to spend visit his image a week, a mom this my sites with her hope was out of the to get the vote for idea or did all of your little plan some way up, all of the fellow with the to the shelter worship with
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with ah, welcome back to the kaiser report on max kaiser time, not to go to mark mas. she's got a podcast that's now airing on. i heart radio. sounds good. hey, mark, welcome. yeah, thanks so much man. i'm so excited to be here with you today. all right, now mark, you've got that. the gift of the clairvoyant in 2020. when you predicted we would say an energy crisis, that prediction seems to be coming through. what's going on?
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yeah, unfortunately it is coming true. it's not a prediction. i would have liked to seen come true, but you know, basically what happened is of september of last year 2020. i was down in mexico. i was living in california down in mexico and a little tiny town surfing one paved road and the electricity worked fine. but while i, while i was gone in california, they kept having these rolling blackouts. and so i got home and i started looking at it and i made a video prediction. and i said, what's happening in california is coming for the country and the rest of the world . and the reason why i was able to predict that, not because i had a crystal ball, it's because it's happening over policy. so in california specifically, they want to be the model for the rest of the united states. and so they have set these very aggressive standards of moving away from fossil fuels and moving into clean renewables and stare these crazy mandates. and they literally started shutting down the power plants to energy plans. they shut down the natural gas plants, they shut down 2 out of the 3 nuclear reactors. and, you know, we'll,
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we'll move to renewables. of course we don't have those yet, but, you know, eventually we'll, in the meantime, we'll just borrow from our neighbors of arizona and nevada. but of course, when california needs a lot of electricity, so do they, there's none to go around. and so the black outs are being caused by policy, and i knew that those policies would be going to the rest of the world, which they are, which is why i predicted in, which is exactly why we're having an energy crisis all over the world today. wow, it sounds crazy now, politicians often vote for what they deemed to be a good idea without really thinking through the economics. and this is a, a recurring problem. but when it comes to energy and your economic illiteracy is so grave that you accidentally turn off the state's energy. but what you're saying is that this is going on all over the world is literally going all over the world. i mean, we're seen all throughout europe, big time problems, natural gas, electricity. so natural gas is in short supply. the prices are of a 100 percent. they're worried that you know,
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winter's coming in in europe and it gets very cold, him some parts and people might not have enough natural gas to even heat their homes, which could be a very big problem. and then, you know, because of these, these are complex system. what happened is they try to effect one thing and they don't take into account all the other problems. so when natural gas gets in shortage, and then of course prices spike from that, within the natural gas that's used to create electricity, the price to start spiking, the companies go out of business. and what's interesting is they had just met. the you in is, is having a big meeting coming up, but they just did a pre meeting, i think, a week or 2 ago and a good old boris from the u. k said that we want to make the u. k. the example, that's what he said. and so i thought, wow, how rich that they want to be the example because the u. k is literally in the worse shape out of all they're taking kind of a play out of a california, which is let's shut down all our natural gas. and then we'll borrow from france.
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but they didn't get as much from france as they were hoping to. they've also moved a lot to quote unquote renewables or way, maybe we'll call them unreliable, which is wind. and oh, shoot. we kind of had a quick on how it lo, windier. we didn't perimeters but isn't of wind. now they're sitting on massive amounts of natural gas reserves. they could get it out of ground if they want to, but they don't. and so they're literally causing his problems to themselves, right? well the u. k. a certainly setting themselves up to be an example. an example of stupidity and i think everyone now knows it, but let's move on to a country that is setting a new example for excellence and foresight. and that would be el salvador, their mining big coin with volcano energy, which is virtually free. i columbia is proposing to mine bitcoin using waterfall energy. it seems bitcoin fixed as these energy markets. how you've been down there use. you've had boots on the ground, so to speak. what's going on?
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yeah, so what's going on in el salvador is, is awesome. i think, you know, there's a lot of stories. there's a lot of opinions. i try to separate some of maybe what's going on in the politics side. cuz i don't really know enough about what happens in their own internal politics to comment. but we can look at big coin separately, and it's doing a lot of amazing things. first to your point mining bitcoin on volcano energy. and what's really cool about that is if you look back through history, which i love to look back through history, you can see that a wealth of a nation is usually been dependent on the natural resources that they have. of course if they can get them out of the ground like venezuela has more oil than saudi reba that they can't get out of the ground right now. but in el salvador they don't really have any natural resources. i mean, they have you know coconuts but they do have a volcano and of course the volcano with the heat can produce use electricity. now typically that electricity would be stranded and they wouldn't build to use it for anything. but what bitcoin doesn't, this were most people that argue against between using too much energy don't
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understand, is that bitcoin needs to have very, very, very low electricity prices. and big one is able to go directly to the energy source. and so because of that, it doesn't go to the areas that people are competing for it where it's needed, it goes to where there's excess energy. and so it can go right to the volcano and they can use the energy from the volcano to mind bitcoin. and then that big, when could be transported to other markets, to pay for other things. now, some people might say, well, why don't they just used a volcano to give all the poor people of nick, or of el salvador power. and the reason is because you can't really transport the power that way, which is why it's so important for bitcoin to be mine there. and what's even a bigger story, i think for the future, we'll see how this plays out. but then imagine like all through the south pacific on the surface, i've traveled all through there have all these little islands that have no natural resources, but guess what? they got volcanoes to and they could also start mining bitcoin. and i think over the next, you know, decades will see the entire world geography kind of start to shift based off these
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natural resources that are now available to them. all right, excellent. point that, that the energy from the volcano to get it to the population, as we now with the, the transportation of energy, it's inefficient. and it ends up losing a tremendous amount of economic benefit just in the transmission. but if you're converting the energy from the volcano directly into a big coin, big coin that has an impact on the economy that is really unmatched by any thing else we've ever seen. and hundreds of years the people are using the chiva wallet down in el salvador. they got $30.00 free when they launched. and now we see that the population is on a net basis adding to that wallet more than they're spending. so they're becoming hyper bitcoin eyes. they're becoming savers, they're becoming hard money, astute folks. and so the whole population, whether or not the, you know, i,
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i like in the leader buccheri to george washington. you know, he wasn't popular to the english back in the 1700s either. but he managed to forge a new nation. so, but kelly in el salvador, he's not popular with the i m f or the cia or the f b i. but he's forging a new nation on the concept of hard money and freedom. and we see it happening in a very compressed amount of time. mark, this all happened, you know, very quickly. i think that's shocking. it's even shocking to me. the speed at which this is happening. yeah, they've really, they've really got the population using it, which of course, a download the wall a get $30.00 in free book when i would have out of downloaded that too. but there's a, that's an amazing story in itself. and for those people that held on to their bitcoin, yeah, they've, they've seen it go up in value almost double since then. but there's even a bigger story that's going on and, and i'm like i said, i'm, i'm the server. i've traveled all these remote locations chasing waves. i know you guys are, will travelers as well. and there's something about you need to go there and get the perspective. and i just,
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i kind of got into this little thing on twitter earlier with someone today. and they are talking about how privileged people are thinking about this, this crypto currency. and i said, you sound privileged and maybe you've never been to a 3rd world country. so when i went down to el salvador and i've been there many times in the past surfing, but i, i didn't really understand this problem, which is that just like in most places like the united states, it costs money to have a checking account, a bank account of course, if you carry a balance, typically those that those bank accounts get kind of wiped out, you know, but in el salvador they don't have a lot of money. and so they don't have the balances. and so they have to pay anywhere from $25.00 to $50.00 per month to have a bank account. and they make a 100 or $200.00 a month. so how can they afford to pay that? and the answer is, of course they can't. and so most of the people are a lot of people, at least where i was don't have bank accounts, which means or not into the financial system, the global financial system, they can't receive or send digital payments. and so how could there ever be equality if they're not able to do that is a big problem. but also the other side is the same way. so you have lots of little,
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you know, roadside stands as hell papoulias and coconuts and the bodega as a water, et cetera. but unless they have about $15.00 to $20000.00 a month of revenue, they can't get a point of sell system a merchant account. and so the merchants aren't able to get into the, to the digital ecosystem, the financial system, and neither are the people. so basically they're all out. and now to day they download, achieve a wallet, they have big coin, the merchants can accept digital payments that people have digital payments. and it's more, it's the stories more than just big coin, which obviously it, is it about bitcoin. but it's that now, all of the people in the merchants are instantly brought into the global financial system, and that is a really big deal. right? sorry, an impact on the wall street banks reports are that jamie diamond seen in east hampton shivering and shaking, begging for big coin. and i told them the by when i was under $10.00. but j. p. morgan says that their institutional clients are dumping gold and buying bitcoin.
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oh my gosh, is this the end for gold bark? well, you know, i yeah. in 2008. i got hit really hard. i was, i was heavy in real estate in california, and that wasn't a good place to be. as i started to learn about this financial system, i did become a gold bug and i thought gold was a good solution. what i realize now as i was just a sound money advocate, it's a little bit disappointed to see what's going on with gold personally. i mean, i've basically switched over to begin as well. but you would think, i mean, if there was ever a time in history or gold was needed in gold was going to work. it would be right now. it be over this last year with, with uncertainty at all times volatility of, i mean, trillions of dollars been printed left and right. you would think golden respond and it hasn't. and so because of that, unfortunately, it's like if it doesn't work now all, i don't know if it ever will. and apparently the institutional clients are seeing the exact same thing. we've even seen reports from j. p. morgan and from city bank
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both saying that they expect to be coin to overtake gold. and so it's looking like that's probably gonna happen, right? that would apply a 10 trillion dollar market cap or over $500000.00 per bitcoin. what about a big coin e t f? does this matter to this trend toward hyper big quantization? well, 1st i'm not a big fan of the t f. i would prefer if it didn't happen. and the reason why is because basically supply and demand, what we want is people buying be a coin and that brings the supply down the demand up, and then the price will continue going up when they have an e t f. and they can start buying paper, bitcoin like the gold market, about $500.00 paper ounces to one physical ounce. it starts to mess with the gold price, which is maybe part of what we're seeing today. and so i think it would be better without the ctf. however, the, the wall street financial ization wants to have it happen. but i think at this point, i don't know if it's going to be that big of a deal because we already have e t s and other countries. so that the institutional clients that were waiting for the t f of probably found other ways to get in by now . but i think, you know,
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i think it'll have some effect. i seen reports yesterday saying there's maybe a 75 percent chance that we see one get through this year. so i think i have some effect probably not as big as people expect. but in the long run, i'm not super excited about it. oh boy, this is great. got to have you on other segment, but for now thanks for being on kaiser report. thank you. all right, now going to do it for this additional report with may max kaiser and stacy robert want to thank our guest mark mos until next time, bio ah ah ah, with a beautiful chilled ocean was time on what is the middle of august? we'll start with
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a little bit of an initial ioc annoys to you. beautiful with fresh would teach don't. don't love. would you the god that would, because if that's something you would prevent them with a wound up, that's mental percentage of your properties was for what fin the but only the filled with what that to the what like you with with i think them of them when he's got the west when luck with them, so we'll just show up for phillip keeps them from from the muse. ok, i live with us. that's still the same. i was let me use this global olga slate to 3 years old. continue to one wonderful, scared little squiggly shampoo chip it, but our one why didn't pretty good us them. i mean, on i,
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besides in that we still do . ah ah ah, oh, when europe is mentioned, what do you think a place an idea, a commonplace with diverging ideas? maybe you think of the european union, think what you wish, but europe is in crisis. it must choose between being in ideological construct or a place with real people. and we'll meet a
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police in norway say the bow and arrow rampage that killed 5 in combs. bergen appears to be a terrorist attack, adding that the suspects had converted to islam and was previously flagged over signs of radicalization. also ahead. ah, at least 6 people are reported killed and dozens wounded in bay root of the government opened fire to protest over the investigation into last year's deadly port explosion. damned if they do damned if they don't to australian police, bear the brunt of public anger at government tactics to watch over anti locked down . activists. the tight restrictions have driven a wedge through society. there they come late at night they, they knock on your door and of course it's are inappropriate because it seems like it's always those assigned people playing target or i do.


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