Sunday, May 20, 2012

Keiser Report - Guernica of Financial War - Burning Chase

I've not reported on Keiser Report so much since it changed from the RT studio to 'various corporate locations around USA' because of its seemingly-new editorial policy of using one theme (Guernica) for example, and carrying that through the 'relevant news of the day' as reported by the blogosphere and other e-news outlets. Seems a little tacky and derivative (pun intended).

But this episode has an art theme that sorta 'took my fancy' and it's set in the gallery in L.A. where the Burning Chase 'plein air' bank paintings of Alex Schaeffer are being exhibited.

In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the Guernica of the financial war and the 'eternity' of 100 microseconds. In the second half of the show Max talks to artist, Alex Schaefer, about burning Chase, dangerous derivatives and paper dollars.

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