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The "designated losers of monetary policy" are discussed in this latest episode of the Keiser Report.

Max Keiser...

The "designated losers of monetary policy" are discussed in this latest episode of the Keiser Report.

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the the horror of the apocalyptic scenes that central bankers have wrought upon the innocent.

This apocalyptic aftermath of meeting the Colonely Kurtz like central bankers is an economy in which the under-30s are left behind and the pauperization of workers through inflation.

Oil prices have fallen to their lowest level in over three years. Katie Pilbeam asks Patrick Young from DV Advisors whether ISIS, sanctions or secret deals are behind the price drop.

Correction in the video: IEA lowered its 2014 crude oil-demand growth forecast from 900,000 to 700,000 barrels a day.

Peter Schiff believes if the Fed continues to taper and ends quantitative easing, the economy will slip into recession and US equities will enter a bear market.

Schiff believes that what the "Fed can't do now is tell the truth."

Peter has repeatedly said that the bubble the Fed has created is too big to pop. He explains that the Fed will continue to talk up the economy, despite the actual numbers.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the case of trickle down clown terror as the clowns terrorizing California behave like the central banking clowns scaring the global markets.

Keiser believes that Janet Yellen's monetary policies "end up terrorizing the globe."

In the second half, Max interviews Professor Antal Fekete of about deflation, bonds, and how it is that the current European depression is worse than the Great Depression of the 1930s when Fekete was a child.

Alex Pollock, former President and CEO of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago and fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses the cyclical nature of financial crises and how legislative solutions claiming to “fix the problem forever” only perpetuate the next crisis.

Bill Frezza, a past guest on Pinnacle Digest Radio, evaluates the broker deposit industry and the most recent financial crises.

Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report, spoke with Bloomberg last week, in a telling interview that became all the more accurate this week. Key topics discusses were global stocks, the economy and gold prices.

Faber explains that year over year electricity consumption and railway freight traffic is down in China.

Faber states that, "The market is signalling something and I would listen to the market."

Faber suggests that, "maybe the Fed can intervene and buy shares. Don't forget that, they can buy futures."

Greg Hunter interviewed John Williams, founder of, on the US Dollar, real employment and the false numbers backing up the US economy.

Williams commented that, "The big factor here is the U.S. dollar and all sorts of things that impact that. The economy is probably the biggest. You also have the Fed policy. Right now, there is the presumption that the easing is over and they are going to raise interest rates."

John Williams believes the US government is understating inflation by at least 2%. The US Dollar and falsified US Economy are evaluated.

Jim Rickards sits down with Casey Research in an interview from October 6th. A discussion over US Dollar weakness and the actual threats to the world currency are evaluated.

Rickards discusses his new book titled The Death of Money.

Rickards explains a scenario where interest rates could go much higher and devles into the ins and outs of reserve currency status.

Max Keiser discusses "paper and non-sensical banking tricks" in his latest show with Alec Baldin. The pervasiveness of speculation and not wealth creation have become the norm from the U.K. to the U.S.

Alec Baldwin explains that there is no respect for workers anymore.

Award-winning film and television actor, Alec Baldwin, and comedian, actor, author and host of the Trews, Russell Brand, discuss revolution, the media and ultra low interest rates.

Doug Casey joins Kitco News to talk about his sentiment towards gold and other metals given the recent declines we’ve seen in the marketplace.

Casey does not rule out the potential for a catastrophic period of deflation, if people are unable to pay their debt and bonds are defaulted on.

Casey comments that, “Gold is an excellent bargain today, and the same is true for platinum…and silver - all precious metals.”

Kurdish resistance troops are all that stand between ISIS and the city of Kobani. Across Northern Iraq, Kurdish troops are making moderate gains against Islamic State.

Kurdish women have joined the fight taking up arms on Iraq-Syria border.

This has had a profound impact on one stronghold region of northern Iraq; ISIS members believe that if killed by a woman, they will end up in hell.

In James Hunter's latest episode of USAWatchdog he interviews gold market and derivative expert, Rob Kirby. Kirby begins by explaining how the naked Emperor has persuaded people that he is wearing new clothes. For the moment, everyone has agreed he is wearing new clothes because no one wants to descent against the leader or invite the wrath of the leader onto themselves.

Kirby quotes the infamous Karl Rove, who made the statement that, "The government had the ability to create reality."

Alex Jones speaks with former Congressman Ron Paul about liberty and where America has failed in keeping them.

The topics of Rand Paul, ISIS and al Qaeda are discussed in Paul’s latest interview from September 30th, 2014.

Paul discusses how flawed American foreign policy has set the stage for another war in the Middle East.

Bill Baruch from iiTrader discusses the forces driving gold lower and reminds investors that you have to "look at what moves the Dollar."

Gold prices fell below the key $1,200 level on Friday after the US dollar traded at its strongest level since June of 2010.

Baruch believes gold and the markets are now looking towards the upcoming FOMC meeting in late October.

Baruch's key point is that while the Dollar's fundamentals may be weak, its relationship to its key trading partners, such as the euro zone, are not.

From ISIS to Syria and Iraq, the Middle East is out of control and many believe America is directly to blame.

In this episode of CrossTalk, analysts and commentators discuss American foreign policy and whether or not it has become incoherent.

Max Keiser discusses the black hole of debt at the center of the UK economy from which nothing escapes: Wealth, jobs, hope are all sucked in and still the hole grows.

Keiser explains the difference between job creators and debt creators.

Stacey and Max discuss a situation in London that is "like a version of 1987 Wall St. on steroids, the difference being that Gordon Gecko wins at the end."

For many months Pinnacle has been forecasting the emergence of a global economic war.

In Greg Hunter's latest interview with Gregory Mannarino, the trader explains that we are headed towards global war when the global money printing stops working.

Mannarino believes that, “We have a government that has grown into a MONSTER.”

The World Gold Council has come out with research that suggests a 1% increase in US GDP would likely translate into a 5% increase in consumption of gold jewellery, explains Holmes.

Holmes confirms that everyone in the US remains focused on the 'fear trade' which is tied to the US Dollar.

Jim Rogers continues to motivate investors to look beyond their backyard into other countries and emerging markets for investment opportunities.

Rogers reminds investors that whenever things collapse there is room for opportunity.

Rogers discusses the role of quantitative easing in the Western World and the shifting Chinese economy. 

Frank Giustra recently discussed the severe bear market in the mining sector and why he favors mining stocks over the physical metal currently.

The infamous resource investor remains focused on the fundamentals that took gold to nearly $2,000 an ounce and believes that, for the most part, things haven't changed.

He also outlines some key attributes to evaluate when selecting gold mining stocks.