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IRAN NUKE BOMB FEST

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DEFICIT MARKET RECOVERY SCAM

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Chris Martenson, "If we're at Peak Oil we might have 10 or 5 Years"

Watch more Capital Account @ http://www.youtube.com/CapitalAccount Watch the full episode @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=534jxraCFZ4&feature=channel_video_title http://twitter.com/laurenlyster http://twitter.com/coveringdelta The Euro hits an 11-month low after a selloff as euro officials warn their crisis solution may be tougher to commit to than thought...the US says it will top producing one dollar presidential coins in order to save money -- it has a bunch just sitting around. But how is money really created or destroyed? How is the money supply expanded, and debt financed? Is our fiat money system of exponential credit market growth sustainable or is a breakdown on the horizon? And with OPEC reaching a deal on oil producing, the US auctioning off the first offshore oil leases since Deep Horizon's spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and the extension of the Kyoto protocol...do global leaders and politicians really understand what the stakes are in global economy, the environment and the energy picture? Are all three of these "E's" coming to a point where something has "gotta give?" We speak to resource specialist, retired scientist, and popular lecturer Chris Martenson, about these very issues. Chris Martenson is also author of the popular book and web series The Crash Course.

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Chris Martenson on the Fiat Money System and Exponential Resource Depletion (12/14/11)

Watch more Capital Account @ http://www.youtube.com/CapitalAccount http://twitter.com/laurenlyster http://twitter.com/coveringdelta The Euro hits an 11-month low after a selloff as euro officials warn their crisis solution may be tougher to commit to than thought...the US says it will top producing one dollar presidential coins in order to save money -- it has a bunch just sitting around. But how is money really created or destroyed? How is the money supply expanded, and debt financed? Is our fiat money system of exponential credit market growth sustainable or is a breakdown on the horizon? And with OPEC reaching a deal on oil producing, the US auctioning off the first offshore oil leases since Deep Horizon's spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and the extension of the Kyoto protocol...do global leaders and politicians really understand what the stakes are in global economy, the environment and the energy picture? Are all three of these "E's" coming to a point where something has "gotta give?" We speak to resource specialist, retired scientist, and popular lectureer Chris Martenson, about these very issues. Chris Martenson is also author of the popular book and web series The Crash Course. Also, at the end of our show, we talk, among other things, about Nouriel Roubini's latest gaff on twitter and his continued hostility towards gold and people who have the audacity to believe that gold is not in a bubble. Nouriel Roubini said, back in 2009, that gold was in a bubble. He has constantly been wrong, and now that gold has dropped about 200 dollars, he is rolling around like a pig in the mud.

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Peter Schiff on the Euro Crisis, the Rising Dollar and the GOP (12/12/11)

The European Union's summit solution or no solution? Friday, markets were excited for a day, but now is it just back to reality? Moody's reiterates that its ratings for the eurozone are still negative, with a downgrade still in the card for a number of sovereigns, including, you guessed it, France. Sarkozy says the loss of a triple A (AAA) would not be "insurmountable," and that If the rating companies did "pull it, we'll face the situation coolly and calmly." Really? Maybe for Napoleon this is true, but in Latvia, depositors are already lining up to take their money out of banks, which proves that "cool and calm" is not always something that can be achieved simply by words alone. And this should concern France and the rest of the Eurozone, in light of reports like this latest one by the OECD, which warns that industrialized governments should expect to struggle with borrowing more than 10 trillion dollars this year as they remain at the mercy of the market's "animal spirits." And speaking of bank runs, it's the anniversary of one that started in the US in 1930, credited with bringing down the banking system. So what could stop that from happening today? While people talk about jobs, the deficit, the president...is this the silent threat that could bring down the economy? Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital joins us to discuss all these issues. He is host of the Peter Schiff show, as well as author of many books including "Crash Proof," and "The Little Book of Bull Moves in Bear Markets." Now, in other news, we learned today that Virginia-based Xe (formerly known as Blackwater USA) plans to unveil a new name—Academi—and new logo. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Ted Wright, president and chief executive, said the name change aims to signal a strategy shift by one of the U.S. government's biggest providers of training and security services. Also, despite the growth of government and the very large deficit spending that we have seen over recent years, the White House has proven that it is not immune from the downturn hitting the rest of the real estate market in America. Zillow, the online real estate marketplace, now values the White House at $263,453,600, a drop of $350,200 in the past 30 days, making it a relative bargain. And the place has great walk and transit scores to boot.

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Marc Faber - 2012 European Crisis!

For the latest Marc Faber, go to http://MarcFaberBlog.com - A massive case of Euro-sis is hitting the markets. There are a lot of rumors about what will happen, but there is still no definitive word from the credit rating agencies. Germany is the big boy. They still have a AAA credit rating. However, there are talks that S&P will cut France down from AAA to AA, as will as Spain and Portugal.

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Consumerism, Sex, Advertising, and Human Nature: A Talk With Evolutionary Psychologist Gad Saad

"The Ferrari is exactly the same in the human context," says evolutionary psychologist Gad Saad, "as the peacock's tail is on the peacock." Saad is an evolutionary behavioral scientist at Concordia University and author of the book The Consuming Instinct: What Juicy Burgers, Ferraris, Pornography, and Gift Giving Reveal about Human Nature, in which he argues that most consumer behavior can be explained by evolutionary psychology. Reason.tv's Zach Weissmueller sat down with Saad to discuss why most Ferrari owners are men, whether or not advertising executives manipulate our minds, the strong political opposition to the evolutionary sciences from across the spectrum, and the evolutionary significance of Sir Mix-a-lot's "Baby Got Back." About 10 minutes. Interview by Zach Weissmueller. Shot by Sharif Matar; edited by Weissmueller. Visit Reason.tv for downloadable versions and subscribe to Reason.tv's YouTube Channel to receive automatic notifications when new material goes live.

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Keiser Report: Corporations Fear OWS (E210)

Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines. This week, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss the Good, The Bad and the Schwing Schwing of making companies scared by putting risk back onto their balance sheet. They also discuss clients getting smoked through massive ploys in the commodity markets. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser interviews Mike Maloney of GoldSilver.com about the latest in the precious metals market and about a $15 trillion Dow. KR on FB: http://www.facebook.com/KeiserReport

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'Warships real deal, Iran oil ban is propaganda'

Iran has apparently found a way to stay in business despite a new EU oil embargo and asset freeze. India is reportedly agreeing to pay Iran in gold for its oil, instead of US dollars. Reports suggest Iran's biggest customer, China, could follow suit. Christoph R. Horstel, a government consultant and political analyst in Potsdam, Germany says he thinks the EU embargo is doomed to fail. RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com

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Oil-for-gold: Iran to dodge US ban with metal shield?

The EU has delivered on its threat to ban the import of crude oil from Iran, in response to its nuclear programme. The latest round of sanctions prohibits any new oil contracts, while allowing for existing deals to run until July. But Tehran is apparently finding ways to keep business pumping. Reports say Iran will keep supplying one of its biggest customers - India - but will get payment in gold instead of dollars. RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com

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Escobar: EU needs Iran's oil, shoots itself in foot

Reports from Iran suggest a fierce reaction to the EU's move to impose an embargo on Iran's crude exports. To discuss the implications of fresh sanctions against Iran, RT talks to Pepe Escobar - columnist and 'Asia Times' correspondent, from Bangkok RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com

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Iranophobia: 'Why negotiate when West can cash in on tension?'

Iran's threatening to switch off its oil supplies to Europe before the EU embargo comes into force in July. Parliament will discuss whether to make the move next week. The EU decided to stop buying Iranian oil hoping to force Tehran back into talks over its nuclear programme. Shirin Shafaie, from the Campaign Against Sanctions and Military Intervention in Iran, says the West is obsessed with iranophobia. RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com

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