A revolutionary-looking Max Keiser and foxily-dressed Stacy Herbert discuss the mass psychosis afflicting western society, both of the propaganda sort and of the pharmaceutical sort, where 1 in 66 Americans is now described as psychotic by the U.S. psychiatric profession (under the heavy, dare-I-say, drug-influenced, persuasion powers of Big Pharma).
They also walk through the current ‘screaming horror’ stories being pumped out by the elites, particularly by the hired drone Obama, as to why more debt will solve all of our problems.
This only reminds me of H.L.Mencken’s quintessential quote:
“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”
We will see if these current ‘imaginary hobgoblin’ stories about the dreadful imminence of world collapse – if much more global debt is avoided – will work, as they did in 2008 with the greatest theft in history, when trillions of dollars of cash was stolen from taxpayers to fund the world’s too-big-to-fail corporate welfare queens.
My guess is these horror stories will, alas, be grudgingly accepted by Boobus Americanus and Boobus Anglicus, because what’s the point of the state running the education system if it can’t control the thoughts of its tax serfs?
[Watch out for the Ben Bernanke graphic!]
In the second half, Comrade Max talks to Adrian Salbuchi about the similarities between the global financial elite’s attack on Greece and what happened to Argentina ten years ago.