ctrp354 The Next Economic Meltdown & Cheesecake

From the Archives - Max in London

Max Kaiser’s website is among the most popular sites to visit in Washington DC among Homeland Security employees. They’re such regular and enthusiastic visitors, Max says they are helping to pay his salary, and they’re most welcome to do so.

Through his program on Russia Today and Press TV, Max Kaiser (along with Stacy Herbert) continues to expose the truth about the global economy and who is benefiting while so many lose everything. In this return appearance on citizenreporter.org Max gets into why he likes working for RT and Press TV, while telling the story of the only global media outlet to ever sensor his reporting.

In between, there is cheesecake.

4 thoughts on “ctrp354 The Next Economic Meltdown & Cheesecake

  • October 21, 2010 at 3:57 pm

    PAPA will be the new web-economy?

  • October 21, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    I was a little disseminated in this podcast. I live in the US, and that means I get exposed to two, and only two brands of economic theory: extreme Chicago School, and lite Chicago School. When I saw the title I thought: “At last! Some analysis from outside the bubble!” But I really didn’t get that. I got mostly catty opinions. I would love it if he would come back and actually tell us the whys and what-fores, rather than just glibly stating that western business is euthanizing itself. While I suspect it’s true, without more detail on why and how this is happening, there is nothing much to do about it.

    • October 21, 2010 at 4:27 pm

      Ugg. Obviously I meant DISAPPOINTED, not disseminated. Gotta keep a better eye on the spell checker.

    • October 21, 2010 at 5:14 pm

      Hey RG… glad to hear from you. ooh I guess the title can throw someone off a bit. Max has a certain style that indeed features cattiness that I enjoy and I was looking forward to hearing again. Not sure youll find what youre looking for with him, but you could have a look on his site and see if the whys and whatfors are there. sometimes they are. I could, for my part, go find an economist that does more of what you’re talking about.

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