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because of the headline is coming up. next one, i'll see internationally the kaiser report. ah hi. ah bax guys are this is the kaiser report. you know, facts are facts and sometimes they're just easy to see. and sometimes they're not. hello, i'm max kaiser stacy right. the fact is, this episode is going to be amazing, right? because 1st, i do want to call attention to some information that came out in the past week. we haven't had a chance to cover until now, but it's really important and it fits with basically our coverage for the past 10
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years. but especially the past few years as we are in this money printing money, printer go borrow error and that wealth and income gap is causing. and you could see that in the federal reserves own data. and we keep track of this every quarter or 2 quarters. whenever they are publishing the information with a real shocker. so ouch, america's middle class now holds a smaller share of u. s. wealth than the top one percent middle class financial security has eroded and past decades saw their combined assets drop to 26.6 percent of national wealth. while the top one percent wealth jumped to a record 27 percent of total. so this pink line, there is the middle, 60 percent of americans, and as you see, their wealth has declined from near 40 percent down to just 26.6 percent. and that's the top one percent. and as you see,
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their wealth has climbed and climbed and climb, the more the money printer goes bird. this is during the financial crisis, the beginning of it. and you see that the money printing has definitely helped the top one percent the most. right. so it gives rise to the i question about these crises and who's behind them? we had the subprime crisis that resulted in money printing that made the top get richer. we have the cobra crisis, which has resulted in the top getting richer because of all the money printer. and we had a war and afghanistan go on for decades, which resulted in money printing in the top get richer, you know, and, and then you can get into the other, you know, into some other areas as well, really making some hard, making hard questions. so that needs to be emphasized because when you look at the mainstream media, they try to portray these financial outcomes as somehow being organic or natural to
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the, to the nature of, of markets and to economics to capitalism. but that's completely false. this is a story written by thieves to benefit thieves and unfortunately in america's middle class, even they're going to get wiped out and they won't have any recourse. what you're saying is that, you know, obama, remember when he inherited this economy in the financial disaster of 2008, 2009. what he said is we need to look forward not back. i that there would be no justice for that crime that happened. and so therefore, it never got fixed. there's no incentive to fix the problem. if the elite who run the institutions who run the media, who present the news and try to explain to the population, what is happening, they're always going to have a sort of excuse. it's outside forces that are the responsibility that are causing
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the problems domestically. it's not the money printing, it's outside for says it's not us the li, just not the media. it's not, you know, if they're all making 101520304050 1000000 dollars a year as a talking head on one of the news programs to tell you what to think. are they gonna care more of somebody that they themselves deem a deplorable who's making $50000.00 a year out in iowa somewhere? are they gonna care about their friend who's making $50000000.00 a quarter in manhattan? they're gonna, you know, they're going to be more kind in their interpretation and explanation of what's happening in the economy and what that data shows in that chart. they're going to find an excuse. they're going to find a way to, excuse their friends. right? right. and it's not a victimless crime, it is they would like us to believe. i mean, people are dying, obviously 90000 opiate overdose as a direct result of this type of wholesale, savory. i mean, imagine living in a country where arsonists of every house they burned down,
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the central bank gives them 10 new houses. i have enough, the country we live in is called america. well, certainly they would be the biggest property owner, by the end of their crime spree must call black rock. the biggest property owner in america bray. and i want to turn now to another story because when you know the money printing goes to the top, they get a 1st 0 percent. they get to buy the assets. that all the, the continuation of the money printing increases the price of assets, increasing their wealth, but inflation heads and inflation hurts the working class the most because they're living hand to mouth, they don't have that much money left over to save. and when you're in the meagre savings you have is eroded through inflation. and you see that in this data coming out of germany. good morning from germany where inflation pressures keep rising. germany's wholesale prices jump, 13.2 percent year on year and september versus 12.3 percent in august. this was the highest monthly annual rate of change since june of 1974 after the 1st oil
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crisis. from august 2021 to september 2021. wholesale prices rose by 0.8 percent month a month and you say the parabolic move right there. and yet it looking like back then it was oil crisis. we're having a similar situation. we're having a money printing crisis, right? the temerity or the arrogance of the money printers is that the inflation that they knowingly create can be controlled. right? history tells us that you can never control it. what are you talking about? the crisis of the 7 days after nixon close the gold window or you go back to why mar germany or you go back to talk about zimbabwe or venezuela ran or now turkey. when you print money at that speed and no one ever stops printing money. and it's shocking that germany is falling into the same trap that they fell in during why
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mark germany as if they learned nothing from these years over there at the c, b. and then the outcome is guaranteed to be the same. the rise of ideological psychosis. well, you mention venezuela, zimbabwe, ram, of course they were also part of their inflation. hyperinflation is it's a political event. hyperinflation is a political situation, and they were subjects of sanctions, regimes. so in a way you kind of have seen that since 2008, there's been sanctions regime essentially on money flow to the bottom, 99 percent. that they, they've been cut off from the liquidity of the global financial system. all that money printing. we've had a little bit of a fiscal printing and the past year to and that's a unleashed the inflationary gates. but also we have the lockdown in the
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supply shock is essentially like a sanctions. you're being cut off from supply. and we're seeing that, you know, as we prepare for christmas, everything you know, you're starting to see christmas decorations, everywhere in christmas lights outside people's houses in the neighborhood. and what we're seeing here, this is a pretty shocking story in terms of this sort of, you know, neil feudal system where these like very, very fabulously wealthy. and i don't think these charts really capture that of the one percent versus a 99 percent. it's like of the chaz, them between them. a chasm is like widening. so, shockingly biggest u. s. retailers, charter private cargo ships to sale around port delays, home depot, costco, a wal mart resort to private charters and a push to stock shelves for holiday shoppers. so this is from the wall street journal. the important thing to remember that small and medium sized businesses can't compete with that, right? so not only did the banks get bigger,
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the big banks got bigger since the financial crisis, thus tightening the screws of the sanctions. essentially on credit and liquidity to the ordinary person, because they don't want to deal with a deplorable with, you know, $10000.00 to their name. they wanna deal with the elite with 10000000000 to their name, because that's that they don't have to get out of bed and work for that right here at the same thing. it's like they these, the, the money printing went to the ordinary person and they're spending on all these durable goods. there's, there's a supply chain disruptions all over the world because a lot downs. and now the biggest of the retailers need supply for christmas. so they're chartering their own container ships and going to get the goods and then bring them to smaller ports. i like, you know, new york in long beach are all like there's a 6 week long lines or 10 week long lines to get in. so you're not gonna have
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supply for christmas. the small and medium sized enterprises aren't the small retailers, the big retailers. they're circumventing that. right, and the cost goes in the wal mart to charter, their own container ships, to move goods from asia to america. of course, that's very expensive and you would normally think that that would hurt their earnings. but because the money that they're using to charter, these container ships is borrowed from the central bank for nothing, they get their charge 0 percent interest. and their earnings are not impacted as you and as you point out, as some will change. so they're buying back their own stock with the same 0 percent interest. so it actually is creative, their earnings go up simultaneously. all that money printing is trickling down to the bottom of the economy in the form of inflation, stuff cost more. so this is an example of capitalism as
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we understand it here in america, at the 2021st century, blowing itself up because the inflation trickling down to the people are supposed to be buying. the stuff will get to the point where they they, they can't, but they have to borrow money, 18 percent. they can't borrow money at 0 percent to buy the stuff. this being manufactured was borrowed money at 0 percent. so that's the interest rate apartheid . so at some point, when it becomes clear that there is a permanent underclass of untouchables in america, 200000000 of them, they can't afford food or energy. that's when things get really, really dicey. i'll go on the international level. yes, there's a domestic situation. yes, there's a domestic civil war sort of story that's a cultural war. but globally, i remember even the poorest that americans are the wealthiest of the world, and they're getting loads of free money and they're spending it. and that's part of the global supply chain disruption. they don't have to work because i have a lot of money. they have stimulus checks, they have enhanced unemployment,
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they have these child credits coming in now too. so there's a huge round there consuming a huge amount, and that is what was brought up by the ceo of marsh. right. the one of the biggest shipping container companies in the world he'd contradicted what j. p. morgan's, jamie diamond said, jamie diamond said yet not only is inflation transitory, but this supply disruptions are transitory. the marsh guy, the ceo, said no, that's not true. in fact, well, this shipping crisis will continue until demand flows down because there's way more demand than ever before. and that's why it's taking 80 days now to cross the pacific. you know, china to the west coast of america is the most important of the shipping lines. it takes 80 days now versus 40 before the pandemic. so you have the pandemic, but demand. and also these, these giant companies like costco, like wal mart, are spending twice as much of cost twice as much per container. and more. it starts
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at twice as much to ship versus the old pre pandemic price, or even those who are paying for the slow delivery right. i go with the shipping magnet is saying, but referring to the original chart, the concentration of wealth amongst the very top, because of this uneven distribution of free money is leading to global insurrection against banker occupation gilbo. as we've been saying now for 10 years, we will take a break when we come back much more coming your way. ah, ah, ah, no, when i was a safe
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welcome back to the kaiser report on max, tired timed out of turn to nick jam. bruno is an independent analyst of all things, geo politics and economics. nick, welcome back. a great to be with you max. of course, next. whenever we chat, i think back to when we 1st met in beirut, lebanon, many years ago, almost 20 years ago. i suppose a got to talk about a lot on because i see images of on conflict on the streets. you are a long time resident in bay route. do you have any insight into what's happening there at the moment? running gun battles, banks being burned down as hyperinflation. hit savings. what can you tell us? yeah, there's a lot of lots on what happened recently is the lebanese experienced a rug hole, financial monetary rug hole. i mean by that is a, you know, i woke up a while ago to find that their savings were locked in the bank. they couldn't access their, their life savings, the currency experience hyperinflation. and it's
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a mess. and you lear that on top of all of these other crises, i mean there's sectarian tensions, regional tensions lab and on is in deep trouble. but there is light at the end of the tunnel here because what has happened is that it has spurred in interest in big coin among the community there. and that could really help the people of 11 on get out of this mess. if they really look to that and look to a form of money, that is not you can, nobody can inflated it's totally resistant to inflation and allows them to interact with the outside world. also, i might add to is that the u. s. is involved in this as well the us government because they're not too sure they're not too fond of this. the lebanese government makes it up. and so they've been turning up the sanctions turning off the dollar flow. i mean, it's really credible how when the u. s. one to pressure a country,
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they just turn off the flow of dollars and it can really messed things up there. so that is definitely an ingredient there too. and that's why pick crystal important because it bypasses all this bad stuff and whatnot. so we'll see what happens. you know, we, you and i and stacy spend some time there. of course the 15 on those are mutual friends, wrote, you know, the bible, i'm going to be standards from there to. so this is help us for a not insignificant community of big pointers there, and that is that is a genuine raffle. now let's talk about a place in the north atlantic. it rains there a lot, and they've got a central bank. the 1st central bank chartered in 1694, i believe the bank of england, yes, the bank of england policy maker over there is one that big coin could trigger a financial meltdown. does this sound like the sort of blame game you might find somewhere like argentina, whenever they default on their debts by blaming others? what's going on neck?
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yes, it's it, it clearly is the sign of desperation. i mean, on the one hand, these folks, the central bankers are disparaging, big spent years disparaging bitcoin calling it names ad hominem attacks. so how does that all of a sudden, magically go from this online thing that they don't understand that they're making fun to an existential threat? the central banks? that's a pretty big jump. i'd say that's kind of a capitulation in there. do you think so? yes it is, and he's not wrong. bitcoin is a threat to central based and central banks deserve to be threatened because what they're doing is perpetrating as you guys have well covered, fraud of historic proportions. so excellent. so, and if he wants to try to take on big point, good luck to him. a big quinn will not be harmed in emerge stronger. but yes, it does threaten central banks. and it's, it's, it's interesting to see them really for the 1st time,
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explicitly recognized that right, the bank of england died. it just hasn't been buried yet. and the whole banking establishment is going through the 5 stages of grief. i believe the 2nd one is anger. soon they will be dealing with trying to make some kind of trade offs with coin. then they're going to eventually capitulate. as you say, this is the process. everyone goes through. it just so happens it outside the door because it's run by the george washington of the 21st century. mister president, bill kelly got to the promised land 1st. and because going back to this all region in the latin american region, argentina, which is a country, you know, very, very well they've, how are they currently on their what 18th or 19th default nick? oh it's, it's, it's, you know, i've lost track of counting, but you know, something interesting about argentina. it's because they've had so many financial
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run polls in there in the living memory. people don't trust the banks, they don't trust the currency. so actually very fertile environment for people to learn about big points. i spend a lot of time in argentina and the people here just the regular people are more receptive to it in any other country i've seen. and i think it's because of these experiences. they've had also, and manifested itself somewhat into the political situation too, because there was a recent primary here where a candidate who explicitly wants to abolish the origin, trying central bank and abolish the p. so, and let margin tines use whatever currency they want yet. 3rd place in like 13 or 14 percent of the vote in the primary and this guy is rising fast. so this is and you didn't get you got support among, you know, kind of a poor community across all areas. but in particular that kind of the who generally
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generally don't, wouldn't go for this kind of guy. so this is a very interesting development. and if he gets closer to power, you said he explicitly wants to abolish the argentine central bank and let, let any kind of free market currencies compete in, you know, you and i know who's going to win that competition. what's the best money that human company and kind of ever known? it's big point. of course, if you're going to let monetary competition, bitcoin is going to win just like a lion know, chases after the gazelle in the african countryside. so something very important to watch here. in argentina, yeah, the all the central banks, whether it's a bank of england or the fed or bank of argentina, they think that somehow big coin is triggering a crisis, not understanding that big coin was a response to the crisis. the crisis was central banking. the coin is a response to says right there in the genesis block, a chance for on bird of 2nd bail out for banks. it makes direct reference to central banks, malfeasance and crisis. so, but you know,
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they'll learn and they'll get the price they deserve. you know, they don't want to buy big one and half a 1000000. they want to buy it at a 1000000. they'll stumble in a 2000000. god bless them. now j. p. morgan and jamie diamond, probably the poster child for big coin idiocy recently reported that their institutional investors are buying big coin rather than gold as a hedge against inflation. so neck, this is a growing talk and talking point is that, you know, people are now actually beginning to recognize that big coin and not only kind of competes with gold, but it does actually, it's actually vastly superior perrier to gold. and what's your thoughts? yes, now lots of them back here. first, it's another remarkable capitulation opinion. and g, p. morgan in these banks, they live off of the easy money system and you know that that's, that's how they get their wealth is through that whole system. so for them, they've gone through another dramatic in opinion after years and years and years of
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disparage and big, quite mocking bit points, promoting false narratives, this block chain, not bitcoin nonsense. now they're taking this point of view that it's a wow, it's competing goal. that's a, that's remarkable, they'll notice that change opinions and i don't think, you know, i think they're being forced to do it because they wouldn't, you know, right. we saw what they did in the previous years, living, forced to acknowledge reality. but know it's very important because most people don't think about what money is. it's incredible. you have billions of people on earth and how many of them really think about like, hey, what is money? what makes for a good, i mean, just the basic stuff. and it is so that's why you have to look at gold and big point in the 1st understand what is money? it's not complicated like you don't need it, you know, to go to college. it's very simple. anybody can grasp it. money is something that's useful for storing and exchanging value. that's really all it is. it's nothing complicated. so you don't need to understand all this jargon that is just there to
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really obfuscating confuse people. yeah, definitely like jamie diamond. i mean, you know, he went on the news recently sounding like some drunk long sharmen talking about the big good in them algorithm this, i put it in my bite, but i smoke it and i fell in a were, am i who am i? what is this? a bank, i mean he sounded is sounded like he is ill. he's so stupid. i should be should be hospitalized, but nevertheless, good. god bless him because he's only going to make the price go exponentially higher. thank you very much, jamie. now we've covered gold for nearly 20 years. you know, nick, we've been talking about gold. and one of the things that comes up in the gold community is that, well, if only they stop manipulating the price, it would go higher. why don't they just admit that there's nothing going to stop the manipulating the gold price and just by bit coin, nick? yes, and i think, you know it's, it's an interesting point because in the past year governments, the u. s. government has printed more money and they have all of their history
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where they're printing $120.00 something, $1000000000.00 a month. they printed $3.00 to $4.00 trillion dollars since the started this hysteria that's, that's the most favorable monetary environment for gold that has really existed in anybody's lifetime. and what is going on? it's basically flat in the most favorable environment. it's had in anybody's life time. that's incredible. so yes, and we'll look at that point big coins up, 567 x in the, in the same period. so, yeah, it goes back to also what we were talking about looking at the monetary attributes of golden bit. and i think it's to condense this down to the one single. most important monetary attribute is hardness, people don't understand what that means. so we kind of package, hardness doesn't mean something that's tangible. that's physical. it means hard to produce. that's what hard money is hard to produce, easy one is easy, easy to produced by contrast. now gold has always been the best form of money in
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the past because it was the one commodity that was the hardest to produce. and you can actually quantify hardness. it can be measured, hardness can be measured, and you measure that was something called the stock to flow ratio, which is you look at how much of the supply, how much, how much of the new supply is relative to the existing site. if that, if that new growth is small, that means that it's not an easy thing to inflate. hardness can also be thought of as resistance to inflation. so that is, in my opinion, all the other monetary attributes are secondary of secondary importance to hardness . so you can quantify that good stock to florida ratio is about 5859, something like that. that means it takes about 5859 years of current production to equal the current stock. it's not easy to do that to go one commodity most resistance to that process. now you look at bitcoin, bitcoin as a start to flow of up here it's, it's about the same. it's about $57.00 ish. i mean it's very close to goal. so if
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you look at the most important monetary attribute, bitcoin his neck and neck with gold, but in 4 short years, there's going to be a quantitative hardening, a having what i like to call, quantitative hardening. and then bit coins, hardness is going to be double that goal. so that's the most important factor to watch it make jam bruno, thanks so much being on the kaiser report. thank you max. i'm not going to verify this edition of kaiser report with may max kaiser and stacy eric want to thank our gas. thank jambo. now, do you want to catch us online? do sounds on i signed by all? ah, ah, that is a list of the bible mostly within the industry where i live with oak authority or the other month because more used to with just needed to ask you
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