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hi max guys are this is the kaiser report. what does the phrase, once this credited limited everywhere mean to you? sounds ominous. let's check in with stacy. right, max. well, a little bit over 2 years ago. in episode 1355 of kaiser report, we covered a report out of china where the chinese government was celebrating the success of their social credit score. and i'm going to cut to that because it's quite relevant in the past week. post this jen, post saki the, the white house, press secretary, her comments on what the white house is doing, in terms of flagging so called this information in the, you know,
in the coven era and on other topics. so let's cut to 2 years ago on kaiser report. i want to look at a headline out of china and then compare the story from china to our own corporate controlled world. so china bands 23000000 people from buying travel tickets as part of the social credit system, trying to blocked 23000000 quote, dis credited travelers from buying plane or train tickets last year as part of the country's controversial social credit system aimed at improving the behavior of citizens, according to the national public credit information centers 2018 report, 17500000 people were banned from buying flights. of 5500000, borrowed from purchasing high speed train tickets because of social credit offences . 3 port released last week said quote, once discredited, limited everywhere,
kind of proud of this, they, they've, they're publishing it like they're not trying to hide it. it's not something they're saying who these are secret documents released by wiki links, they're the ones actually publicizing it, saying, once discredited, limited everywhere. so, you know, like the racial matter that, that sort of person is, is proclaiming the same thing, but they think there is not somehow equivalent to china because it's, these are private networks. so that where we're asking to shut down the voices also, i think clearly with that what we were covering, the chinese government thought the people would be happy with their report that work they had done that they had banned 22000000 people from public transport because they were a nuisance and had bad social manners. the same thing. everybody here, thanks. they're doing a good job. they were, you know, jump a saki who are going to cut you in a moment. she thinks they're doing a good job. they're just helping everybody there saving lives for in terms of the
financial markets. to me, it reminds me of the censorship of price signals and we cover that all the time here that the sensors of price signals are doing it for the greater good. they're doing it to help the poor, they say to help the working class to help those with huge amounts of debt. is there, they're destroying the price signal that might otherwise, for example, i bond vigilance. these might otherwise say the government can't borrow anymore. so they're just doing it for the greater good. they say loss, however, you know, destabilizing the system behind the scenes, whether it's a finally, in terms of social credit scores or financially and economically in terms of the price signals being censored, right? they're getting in the way of word st bills, right? so the market is price. they can also give you an idea of what the actual market is in a democratic society with free speech rights. words are spoken freely and those words that catch attention and result in something that is beneficial to all have
a place in the market and the marketplace of ideas. and those words and ideas that don't benefit society as a whole tend to get discredited or weaned out of the conversation all through the magic of open dialogue through the magic of free space. so with the us is saying is that they no longer have the confidence to respect the 1st amendment. they are not a confident nation. they see the rise of china, and they've lost all their competence. and they're going to repeal effectively the 1st amendment. and it's sad because i remember america, i remember it was a great place. well, i mean, we've predicted this, this is part of the city, these trap, the rising power sets the new template. they set the model china. this is the chinese model. and this is that they're doing it for the greater good they say here we have a unique relationship with corporatism. and corporations is giant multinational.
certainly the democratic party, the sort of less leading side feel like some sort of allegiance and similarity to silicon valley and the social media tech giant. so they're all, you know, democrats, for example. so i think that's part of it, but just so in case you haven't seen it, i mean it was widely circulated, but here's from the white house, the jump, a sack of the press secretary, what she said when asked about how well, how the white house is fighting, coven disinformation, in terms of the actions alex that we have to, or were working to take, i should say, from the federal government. we've increased just information, research and tracking within the surgeon general's office. we're flagging problematic posts for facebook that spread this information. we're working with doctors and medical professionals to connect to connected medical experts with popular with popular who are popular with their audience, with, with accurate information and boost trusted content. so we're helping get trusted
content out there. right, so there flagging for facebook and i mentioned the word corporatism a moment ago, which is a very, very, very nice way to say fascism and when the government is flagging for facebook. the, the near facebook being a private company is ripped asunder. yeah, remember the argument that people made was on facebook and google and apple or private companies and they're guided by their terms of service agreements and they can do whatever they want under the corporate agenda that they have. but to fact that press secretary for the white house has just admitted overt fascism between the u. s. government and one of the largest corporations of the world. multi $100000000000.00 corporation. facebook. you know, the, the point is that yes, this is a, an alliance between government and corporations and just hiding behind corporate governance structures is not a way i think to, i think the spirit of the law of the constitution is that this would be challenged
in court. and it could possibly be overturned, that they could intervene on this, but importantly as well. so remember, the theme is once discredited, limited everywhere. that's what china does. remember china now the rising power at every will suck everybody into its weight of how their business model operates. and has operated successfully for them. they became the superpower now because of their model. people believe. so, you know, they do, their social credit is once discredited. you're limited everywhere. so we're seeing that with restrictions travel restrictions currently around the world. but we're seeing that with financial restrictions, we're seeing that with social media restrictions free speech restrictions. and here's what the white house video shows in terms of what jump a fact you had regarding whether or not you should be limited everywhere. providing for, for facebook or other platforms to measure and publicly share the impact of misinformation
on their platform and the audience. it's reaching also with the public, with all of you to create robust enforcement strategies that bridge their properties and provide transparency about rules. you shouldn't be banned from one platform and not others. if you are for providing misinformation out there, all right, ok, you're banned from one social media platform, then you're banned from all. says the government. this is the white house spokesperson. it's not facebook, it's not twitter we have seen in practice this. we've seen. it started with wiki leaks with alex jones. they got the platform not only from all social media, but from services like amazon web services and, and paypal and things like that. right. and we know that concurrently we have a rise in the transformation in a basic market, in a basic society and in the housing market, where the housing market being now being bought with the help with the federal
reserve bank is assisting another and a conglomeration between black rock and the housing market in the federal government and the central british treasury and center i agree, right, right there, making housing completely unaffordable. and so, and they're normalizing people living and little government manufactured huts. ok. so the people that are being discredited. okay. does there's another term from the old days for your kids, there was a century before this one. it's called scapegoating. those people are being scape goaded into shove into little huts. what's missing are the wheels on those little huts, but nevertheless, let's see where this goes. once discredited, limited everywhere, and yes, i mean, you are right in pointing out that black rock, for example, is the private entity. corporations, private entities could do whatever they want, right? they're allowed to deny you free speech on their platform or on their financial
system. that's how the treasury, the fed get around the restrictions on what they're allowed to do. they say here, hack, rocky will give you this money and you do that like you buy up all this property and stuff like that. but we also pointed out 2 years ago when we were looking at the social credit score and suggesting it could probably come to america because you were already seeing that at that time it was only, you know, suggested on m. s i, b, c. nightly. that the president, for example, be kicked off twitter. and lo and behold, that did happen, we were predicting that would happen that this would come to america. and we said at that time that a lot of chinese citizens or behind that they liked it, they wanted this, they wanted their government to do this and the government was responding to them. so the authoritarian demand from the people you see that in a few responses, i'll just post them to what jump a fact. you said everything she is saying makes sense. incorrect, and totally false information hurts americans, especially about critical issues. freedom of speech, does that mean you can falsely yell fire in a crowded theater. so there was
a lot of support for what she was saying. right. well that the key difference between american fascism will be that the trains will not run on time. all right, we're going to take a break and when we come back, gerald, so on the day don't go away. the, me ah, the democratic dominated select committee investigating the events of january 6. capitol hill has been constituted and we'll start proceedings next week. would be merely political theatre, a proverbial lunch room, food bite on national display. one thing is for sure these proceedings will reflect the political divisions, fagley finding the truth looks to be of secondary importance. oh right now there are 2000000000 people who are overweight or. busy
obese is profitable to sell food that is pricey and sugary and faulty and addicted . not at the individual level. it's not individual willpower. and if we go on believing that will never change as obesity epidemic, that industry has been influencing very deeply. the medical and scientific establishment, ah, what driving the obesity epidemic. it's corporate. me the the me welcome back to the kaiser report i max kaiser time that i turned or
a conversation when the one and only gerald salons de gerald, welcome back on. thanks max. all right, now before we dive into some serious topics i wanted to get your take on, the nasa says the moon is about to wobble and cause floods. did you predict s o, it's going to wobble and wobble. predict good. all right, now we'll get back to that a 2nd. let's. let's dive into 6 trillion dollars and stimulus jack sent to americans in 2020, a large part of that. went to china for durable goods and other big ticket items. and the relationship with china is coming into focus here, right? the g d p in china was 18 percent. the u. s. was marginally positive. china for by some reports. and some prognosticators is saying that it is in fact now overtake in the us as worlds biggest or only super power houses relationship going, gerald is it getting more times is the symbiotic relationship that was going on for
years where we send them all of our jobs and they send us cheap goods in return. is it breaking up? what's happening? well, now they look at our top trends for 2021. 1 of them is china. 21st century. the 20th century was the american century. the 21st century is going to be the chinese century. the business of america has been war. and the business of china is business. and you don't have to believe me about the war thing. anybody. all they have to do is google in dwight d eisenhower. january 17th, 1961 as well address warning, the american people that the military industrial complex is robbing the nation of the genius of the scientist whether the labors in the future, the children. so now shina, what did they been doing? oh, the delta route initiative. oh, china look at look at, oh, how about what are they going to spend
a couple of when you really look at the numbers a couple $100000.00 in america's infrastructure. they call it the infrastructure bill. with only about $300000.00 going to the infrastructure and what's the speed of our our, you know, am tracks on average about as fast as they go about 60 miles an hour on how fairs they go and shine a little over 300 miles an hour no, no, china is taking over. and again, as you mentioned it, thanks to slick willy, clinton and n biden, and all the rest, the dumb of the republic pulse of games. they gave them all our high check in every industry manufacturing skills and needs and designs. so they could bring over everything over there and when they brought them into the world trade organization so they can make the products to cheaper and bring them back all the year and make more money on them. so now i did the 21st century, the chinese century, and all the talk,
all the talk about united states is going to defend taiwan. you know, one of my 6 years old when you just pulled out of that guy said you couldn't beat the taliban after 20 years. great job and a rock o libby is just well and you are going to be shina no way know how. right, well we seems like we've got some turn coats here in america. if i look at the lawn mosque, nike, hollywood, there are a lot there. pimpin for china. is that going to be a growing trend, or will they be, you know, called on the carpet. so to speak, know, look, who's going out with a black, rob, j, p. morgan chase. and so all about money. that's all they care about. yeah, you know, they have some technologies. remember, during the previous presidential administration, there was a brouhaha about an app called tick tock that it was laden with artificial
intelligence. the china was using it to control american minds and culture. we haven't had that discussion since then. did that go away or is there was there something to it and is that's something that people should be aware of. while the artificial intelligence, what they're doing is it's global, but that's only a little issue. the big issue is the bottom line and the trade deficits and, and the, so they use this kind of thing to get the people riled up about something as did throwing. you know, the big money going back into china. as i said, look at hsbc, you know, they pulled out of just about the western countries. they're going into china whole time. they see which one is going. and all the, all the bank stores in the money, people, the only interested money. they're not interested in human rights or anything else . so it's all be asked about that. all this is important to you're going to start seeing the chinese brands taking over the western brands. they're going to push them away,
and it's already starting to happen. so the nike and the others are going to do everything they can to keep having their market share grow in china. but they're going to get a lot of chinese competition. and again, go back to when trump was in and all we're going to fight shine are going to fight shine. and it was, it was the news every day, virtually in the business news as to why the markets are going up and down. right. i think this is an excellent point because it is the basis of the american soft power. is the brand brand america. i remember living in france, you to be talking to a french person saying how, how america is a cultural chernobyl. while they're writing their harley david motorcycle drink and coca cola eating at mcdonalds and wearing their ninety's. and clearly we were winning the brand war for many decades. but yeah, in china now with all of these big branded purveyors, i think nike and these other folks. well, start paddling, this brand china,
and word that's going to come back into the u. s. and once america loses its ability, that soft power associated with our branding or hollywood, our cultural export. then we have a different world that we're living in. but should we be sorry about this, because the chinese culture has been around for 5000 years. gerald, they've got plenty to offer the world in terms of culture. it's not a start up. i mean, they got a lot of good things going on over there. why, why she re care? well, the reason we should care is because it's run by the commune. so there is no freedom, but that's happening everywhere anyway. so the chinese way you will obey was one of the covers of that one magazine. and that's that we become and so, you know, it's there and you, you heard the president, she's addressed 3 weeks ago saying that any body that things that they're going to nest with a chinese is going to have their head bashed against the great steel wall. and the
people that have no freedom, there is no, but we, again, we don't either, i mean we're losing it every in country of the country. so i don't see, i see it becoming a chinese way. the problem with freedom is that as richard stallman pointed out, who created the free open, soft for source movement, is that it's free. as in the price point, free like beer, it's free. and in america, there was a great tradition of the public domain, the public parks, public libraries, public education, public health care. there was a whole part of america that was the commons of the domains of the whole of the citizenry share and took pride in. but now that we've gone full blown narco capitalists in america and everything is traded on the exchange somewhere,
there is no public domain anymore. therefore, there is no sense of public duty, and they'll sense of an american identity. so we're sitting duck gerald. yes. and again, you know, you're seeing it happen with it's the bottom line. look at shine. yeah . look at shy his gdp from 1970 to 2000. before they kind of came in to the world trade organization, it was almost a flat line going up just a little bit, 2000 and they come into the trade world trade organization. it's a straight line up. and where's america is going look at the trade deficit? look at our manufacturing. what. what do we have about 88889 percent, 10 percent of the country is manufacturing base. is hardly anything. and it's getting smaller. right? well, the entry into the world trade organization, of course, at the time, joe biden, the current president, when asked, well, are we opening a pandora's box air by potentially shipping all of our industry over to asia?
his response was that china will never compete with america. it's no way, man, you know, he totally under played it and now he's president and he doesn't seem to be taking this china economic. the dominant seriously is a gerald and he doesn't seem like he's the guy we want up there now to deal with. what say if you're ever likes to call many times the through cities trap, you know, it's say the ascension of one empire and the decline of another is seemingly. we're seeing the u. s. fall, china rise and happens 16 or 17 times in history. usually as violence, and we've got biden and charged up for this task. none of them are their losers. i call them the repulsive skins and demo what have they done for rush? again, the george college that is one big club renewing in it. i mean,
what's by, you've been, you know, it hasn't worked dana's life since he's 30 years old when he became senator and anybody has been in the system and i was, i was the assistance of the secretary, the new york state senate. you know, i quit. yeah. because it was such a terrible job to watch grown men suck their way up to the top. and so these aren't the brightest catch around that. and it's the same thing with the bureau. you know, these are people who can't get jobs in the real world and suck into the political system. and by the way, when you see how corrupt it is disgusting, it is. all you have to do is look what happened in france. a few weeks ago. they had no action. 35 percent of the people joined out the vote. because there's so disgusted with the system. you've got morons and imbeciles running the show. i mean, how can anybody with a brain big enough to look up to michel mcconnell, a little chucky schumer a diane?
not so feinstein, lizzy gray, m a polo is look at the people that are telling us what to jo. i've done. could you be to think that they have the answers to do anything? yeah, well, well said, and i want to return kind of to what happens when cities decline and in particular, new york city. you know, the, what the silver lining here could be a return of the artist, remember back in the sixties and seventies. so how had a lot of artists because it was abandoned warehouse space and we had an artistic community and they be got huge in our, our art waive in america. those artists have gone to berlin. berlin, a sense become very gentrified. so you don't see as much going to berlin, you know, maybe america in this collapse will be the destination for the global artist community. looking for cheap branson, maybe that's where the, the re renaissance of america comes. gerald, you nailed it, 100 percent max. i agree with you and from both guys that have been around new york
during those times, you remember what it was? and it's starting to happen again. i mentioned before about their wrench going down, but they're, they're also, the rentals are going up. and a lot of new kind of hip places are opening up because the rents are now more affordable. and any young person growing up in the boondocks or a small city, they want to have life in their souls. they want to move to the big city. so yes, there's going to be a renaissance, and america could lead it if we had the right kind of messages and people leading the charge because they're ready to do it, it's time is now for a whole new sound and style. there's one thing to remember that the chinese, you're not going to be able to create that whole new vision. it's locked into a system to be that creative america still has that soul within it. and if we're
not held back from that happening, we can lead the renaissance. and as you will know, when, when did the renaissance happen after the black flag, right? yeah. now i'm down with that. let's get hit downtown and open a club and leave the renaissance to greater glory gerald one day. thanks for being on kaiser report. and thanks to having me on action. thank you for that. you do all righty. that's going to do it for this edition of guys a report with me. my guys are in de sierra, but my think as gerald, so one day until next time via the me ah ah ah, is you'll media a reflection of reality in a world transformed what will make you feel safer?
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