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tv   Keiser Report  RT  January 8, 2022 7:30pm-8:01pm EST

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she is probably the most famous mexican, even more southern frida kahlo and she's everywhere. and we also have this octopus, i'm not sure what the octopus is for, but i put it here because it's orange is colorful and it's orange ish. and of course, bitcoin is associated with the color orange, and that is in the 1st headline of this orthodox christian new year. so we are celebrating that as well here on cause report. while we were gone, we saw this, what has been called by international organizations. as the big queen experiment is nothing more than the world watching how mass adoption changes. a country's economy . if it's for the good, it's game over for fear. el salvador is the spark that ignite the real revolution that is from the president of all, salvador president. bu kelly. that's right. it's a market ball statement similar to the boston tea party,
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or the declaration of independence. a president of a country is essentially said that the era is over and of course the euro is focused in the united states and the central bank in washington, d. c. this is no less a statement of revolution than was made against the english by the american colonies. oh, you know, 240 something years ago. here president kelly is making a declaration of independence against the central banks and principally the united states of america and the us dollar. and the great thing is it's, he's guarantee to win because bitcoin is mathematically guaranteed to increase purchasing power over and over gold. and the money is mathematically guaranteed to lose purchasing power versus bitcoin. so he's one before he started. so this is going to be the shortest lease violent and not just say no violent revolution in history game over for fear. of course, the 2nd wealthiest man here in mexico, ricardo selina, please go. he agreed with them and read did this and then said,
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and you know, it is game over for fiance by bit coin and get bit coin while you still can they. they then had a disagreement over whether or not it would be because he thought it would be the greatest thing. and ricardo salinas play go who we now we know his father very well . he disagreed and said that the end of fiano would be not so nice to watch that film. the exorcist here he shows up and and to get the devil out of linda blair, there's a lot of projectile vomiting. there's a lot of levitation. the bed is shaking. her eye balls are spinning around her head is spinning, right? so eventually the extra system has finished. now, a big coin is the exorcism of the us dollar from the body of the global economics system. and of course, there will be some projectile vomiting by economist them by you know, at, like paul crude men, his handle start spinning on his head. the i math there handle start spinning.
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christine the garden, just vomit. you know, projectile vomiting them. no, it can't be happening, but it's up and betty is happening. and guess what? other money is debtor dead her than the ghost? living in your decrepit, ungodly, sole, hurry. actually this wasn't intended but it makes sense that we have katrina here who is part of the day of the dead. obviously, if she doesn't mind being dead, she celebrates being dead. and this is like the vampire squid. that is the us dollar and all of the banking system around it. so this is why we have this here where it wasn't intended, but that is obviously what was speaking to who are retroactively placing significance and context to the prompts on the set. based on the script as it unfolds in real time, is that even allowed what say what? now, this is obviously, mat tybee, he finally crossed over. he's now squared himself. right. you know,
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speaking of real time, so while we've been here traveling through mexico during christmas, one thing that happened was, you know, this vampire squared of the u. s. empire in the us dollar debt, empire, debts and all that stuff is that a remarkable thing happened. which was that the us issued a $5000000.00 balance on the head of each of 4 of the funds of al chaco, which obviously is kind of interfering and the politics of the situation here. of course i am low, the president of mexico was not happy with that, but i tweeted this about that. who knows who charlie did the day to pro b o shaka la, i had said angelo should send the federal always to arrest the sackler family. because of course, also during christmas we learned that 100000 americans died of overdose in
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the past 12 months. and also for the past 12 months, the number one cause of death for 18 to 45 year old americans was overdose. the number 2 with suicide, but overdose is number one. so that would be the equivalent of ambler saying, i'm going to go a rest of sackler family because you won't. so i'll do it now. i was mamma put a bounty on the heads of the sack family in the united states. they're responsible and admitted they were involved in a court case and they got to pay a fine as i recall now without admitting denying or admitting culpability is $1.00 of those special deals like wall street where you get to keep $0.95 of every dollar you steal, they've got to walk away from $100000.00 corpses last year and pay a small fine and keep the rest. and i think why would be great if he could put out a bounty on the heads of the stack or fam? yeah, a few other people on the jug trade in america that would be great of amola would put a bounty on the heads of those people. and why stop at 5000000,
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make it 10000000, make a 29. let's get some incentive ization. it's all about incentives. show me the incentive and i'll show you the outcome again. charlie mugger in is the, you know, big safari suit will be st. ah, stopping the sackler family with his bazooka trying to make an extra $5000000.00 to add to the other trillion dollars he made illegally and unlawfully him the unceremoniously, i should say, because he's going to be joining our friend very with i might add over christmas as well, there was a story that there's one of the sackler families is like dame somebody, and they're trying to remove her title, honorary title probably in the united kingdom. but i'm another spoonful of the your own chocolate that i am low could tell to the i it says as it were a here in mexico silver, silver production is a very important part of the economy. and in fact, mexico is by far the number one producer of silver. so i also suggested
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to am low and low should also offer a reward for the rest of jamie diamond for j. p. morgan's role and manipulating silver prices. the department of justice allowed diamond to pay a small fine for the bank's role in a 12 year manipulation scheme. silver is an important industry. the mexico diamond should be tried and mexico. so just like the u. s. and sang the sons of, of al chapa should be tried in america. and that's why we put a bounty on them and we want them arrested and extradited to the united states. forgetting the fact that, of course, amola would need to approve the extradition. but nevertheless, here it just this past summer, just a few months ago, the united states department of justice allowed j. p. morgan to get away with yet another silver manipulation scheme. and they paid the largest fine in history regarding precious metals, manipulation. that was a $1000000000.00 has passed, taking pesos directly out of the pockets of millions of mexicans. so you have the 4
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sons of al chapa. they've got a price on their head. thanks. the u. s. department of justice presumably because they think that america is the a beneficiary or i should say, the victim of the drug trade of which they are apart. um, and of course you can dig into the details of that and you could understand the long history of this cia, the role in perpetrating that drug trade. but putting that aside for a 2nd. the tit for tat here as you point out is that am law should say, hey jamie diamond silvers are big industry here. you've been caught now manipulating the price, the silver and other precious metals. and of course, rigging, markets, and pain. again, that unique deferred prosecution agreement with america, the out walden defense. i could tell that gone, i pulled the trigger. she's dead. but i don't know how it happened. that's the jamie diamond defense. well, i'm well should say, you know what? let's put a bounty on your head, jamie diamond,
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because you have totally destroying our economy. that that's the quid pro quo. this is not being glib, this is not being trying to be amusing for folks on t v. this is the god honest way to implore justice if you believe in the bible, if you believe in god and i know, and mexico in america, americans got evangelicals, catholicism, sprague, in mexico. do believe in god and justice. didn't put down these bounties today. it's an eye for an odd. well of course, these are boundaries for the rest of these people, these individuals and whether or not, i mean the mexican military tried to arrest a few years ago, maybe a year or 2 ago. the sons of, of al chapo and were met with our military force there. i don't think a, jamie diamond would be as difficult, but in terms of whether. 1 not this is a, you know, an eye for an eye or a taste of your own medicine, a little teaspoon of your own chocolate. there is another sort of bizarre story that also happened while we have been traveling through mexico and that is
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from the united states where the, this spoonful is little spoonful of chocolate of toxic chocolate is the money printing that has been going on. right? and all the money printing is what it has caused is kind of like a proof of fake system. so those who own the most equity, those who mine own the most assets are the super wealthy. there the bezos and ilan masks of the world. so in, during this time, whereby the u. s. is lecturing everybody else in the world. what we thought was a sitting senator, a very powerful sen. elizabeth warren used facebook, facebook where she is trying to regulate and say that, you know, basically a government oversight body should determine who what citizen should be allowed to even place an ad or post anything on facebook. she uses that to post them hate speech against elan moss, who she's angry with because he's worth something like $250000000000.00 more over
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the past 2 years because of all of her money printing all the stimulus, check, all the inflation that's cause is causing his well to go up. so the irony of elizabeth worn paying facebook to post have speech here are 6 facebook ads that senator warren is running against. elan must calling elan a whining baby and scared the ad reads even mosque is whining like a baby to have millions of twitter followers. he must be scared because he knows what every other billionaire in america does and that he's been free loading off of working people and that i won't back down from a fight. will you chip in $10.00 to help warn democrats? pass a wealth tags, keep the one percent in check and fight for working. people. is the vampire squid? she is the vampire. a square. this is mike. remarkable. like. ok,
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you on mosque is worth $40000000000.00. before the pandemic after war, elizabeth warren got involved. he's worth $300000000.00, is like, it's her fault that he's worth $300000000.00 and now she's angry. the same thing with happened with mexico. it's all the demand for these narcotics are from americans. the americans are the ones demanding it and the, they're the ones like, hey, we're going to come last year. people were going to come arrest your citizens for providing all of these drugs that americans are demanding. so, you know, where is the justice in that? i've no idea, i mean, elizabeth dorn says things and attacks, americans, entrepreneurs and ways that are unconscionably stupid. and i'm surprised that she has any political career whatsoever. but america seems to thrive on this kind of again, the alcohol in defense where we shoot people in the face. but we didn't, we claim we have no idea where the bullets came from. so elizabeth warren saying, we print money by the trillions and made a lot of billionaires hundreds of billions of dollars sensitive pandemic. and we
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have no idea where the 1000000000 turn trillions came from. even though we're the ones that turn to demonte. elizabeth, when you smell the flatulence that you just farted, that's your own fart. ok. on such a moron! i feel bad for that country. ok, i'm going to take a break. and when we come back, much more coming your way with school to children with my with going to see what was left the game is that while a with, with water, with junior was,
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wasn't it that the appointment was put in here. that if you can squeeze you machine that i did with no, i knew in logical put that a model with the me. if brower was for new with with the me. welcome back to the kaiser report. i max guys are time out of turn to oh say rodriguez. powell land formerly
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a bit. so welcome back. well, thank you very much for having me for i think it's my 7th time with you. yeah. one of my favorite, you got your finger on the pulse in mexico, all locked america. you were just in the great event down in el salvador lab because that was your to take away from that you get the impression. i mean, it's one of my favorite events in the world. i mean, for everyone that's in the us, north america, europe, you have to come to come to the latin american beacon conference besides getting greater speakers. it's also like all this experience coming and getting to know countries that you would normally not go like this time. it was an insult and well with talent, land and with blood. and then we help roberto who has been good friends is various years being organizers of the event. and we also the, the live streaming. so we use all the channels of land to get a bigger reach. so we reached over 300000 people. wow. now the big story,
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of course, is that the president of el salvador naive kelly, may be going legal tender not long ago, off a firestorm all over latin america. got a lot of attention from central banks around the world is just the beginning of a revolution. what's going on? well, at least for the country, it's one of the biggest revolutions economic whites. they have had the biggest growth in their history over 10 percent of economic growth. i mean, in mexico, that hasn't happened since 1950, which is amazing. and also what is going on with besides being legal tender is that there, welcoming all this different country over different people, companies and investors to come in and to have advantages of coming to a fellow. so many companies are going over there investing and even opening their headquarters, which is great. so they're going to have all this innovation, investment, economic development, and technological development that we're not seeing in many parts of the world. what we're seeing in other parts of the world and most of the world is this huge
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resistance against this technology. right now. we know each other a long time and we both came out of banking and finance. and when i saw the plan for the volcano, bond, samson mouth guard over black, same kind of the architect that these volcano bond, 50 percent, bitcoin, 50 percent infrastructure span. and you mentioned 10 percent growth rate, but the country, i mean, why can't this country growth 20 percent next year? it will, i mean, on the other side instead of other is one of the smallest economies. some populations, not only in the whole american continent, but also in central america. so if this trend continues, you're going to see this growth being the biggest and in the region and, and probably in the world. and also the economic and social development that we're, that they're going to have. i mean, all this style in all this greenfield for a company, some for people to go over there and innovate and to do everything that they're having trouble with regulators or banks or with different people that have interest
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of not making this work. because also instead of, i've already going to have the best financial system in the world because they have the best financial system and they have the best currency, which is because they're going to build the city, which is no income tax. so capital gains, tax payroll tax is going to be a value added tax. it's going to be like an economic re down essentially you're making a t m 20 cams, in el salvador say creating jobs. yeah. so one of the venture that i've had since 6 months ago was going with a good friend there, a grill from chain by and we opened the factory over there actually, and the company. and we started experimenting this was way before all were just a lot past. so there was way before the tax exemptions and everything. but it was a very sort of thing experiment to see how we could migrate. he's production from china to inside about and right. know there are better conditions for companies to go. and besides that, i mean the, the, all the ministers,
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i mean the minister of investment finance that gonna me tourism culture. i've met with all of them since i ride over there and they have been so open and welcoming not only to me, but to invest some people that are interesting and coming to and about and also investing and coming to their country. and what they say is that before, because many people that are going right now, not only to invest but our stories we have never considered going over to be going in, it's great. you have to go, you can pay your breakfast. and then if with, with bitco and lightning network in seconds, no charge backs like would be the mastercard. wow. what we've been saying about big going for years is happening because speculated what country would be 1st to adopt a legal standard, l 5, it was nobody's bingo. car yeah. but with the jelly in charge, you know, he really saw the potential of this all talk about mexico per 2nd. you know, i remember talking to ricardo salinas, about 7 or 8 years ago. he was
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a skeptic at that time. i finally got him, aren't pilled him over, took a few years, but now he's company. electra is going to be accepting bitcoin. there are some, something like the wal mart will of mexico. how big is that? he's one of the biggest retail stores, not only in mexico, but i know that in america, and he has no accepting payments with big going to started recently. but also something interesting that he's doing is giving some attractive discounts. if you pay with people have asked him if they're, if he's going to keep some be going in the balance sheet, he said yes, which will also be interesting because he personally has, i had the opportunity to interview him in june 2021 and see his perspective about bitcoin and how he sees that as a better, better sion of money and investment as, as the only investment. you have something really funny that he told me that i asked him, what if you were to travel 30 years in the future? what money would you take? and he says, no thinking it's worthless and even more right now because all the money that it's
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being printed, not only let them america, not only in africa, but in the united states. may that comment something to the order of those think? and i noticed that these roll leaders die with big coin as their base currency. read it speak more openly because it's the politicized. forget about the piano side . but there's a lot of politics that gets to mediated out of existence when you have money. that is, incorruptible, it filters up to a government better equally, incorruptible. is that true? yes, of course is something that's very unfortunate that we have left over the ages and that in america is that girl petitions grew up. central bankers get their dirty hands inside monetary policy, inflation, money printing and harm that population. you have seen this huge inflation and it's huge valuations for example. what is happening recently in argentina? what has happened in venezuela? you have also had that all over that in america,
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that is because there is this intersection between politics and economy in which there are conflict of interests because one wants to continue printing wants to continue doing budget wants to continue having budget for his buddies, political parties etc, and on the other side, you have to be responsible with people's money because what's happening, what's what we're seeing right now in the states and mexico and various countries. your money is going to be worth 5 percent, 10 percent, 20 percent less in the year. and you're going to be having to earn more or make more just to have. 3 the same worth of your money, right? a put down a republic, if the cation of north america is going to be shocking to a lot of people, whereas countries are rejecting the hyper inflation. and also it's interesting to see the allow the corruption, one associates with latin america, nasty and washington state. politicians like nasty, closely, openly, corruptly trading information and robbing and public coppers is right shocking. but
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everyone loves it. so let's talk about your role and bitcoin in terms of mexico. tell us about your events built around educating the people. you get tens of thousands of people coming to your vents, the talent land. yeah. tell us about more about it. well, actually 2022 is going to be my 10 year. no invest going. i knew about big going around the time that you did, but i didn't started investing or getting started being an entropy nor so next year is going to be actually my 10th year that i started and started doing this full time and something that i started doing since since i began here was creating not only companies and not only different opportunities, but also creating community. so that has been part of my, my, my road and right now, like you said, i'm, i'm part of talent, which is the biggest science innovation business event in latin america in spanish . when a last physical event, we had 62000 and these and right now in an online events,
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we have had over 3000000 people on line looking at our events. that's why we did this partnership. so we did, we did the streaming because we have been very successful in doing massive events. and in this massive event, i run the bloodshed part, but we also have a developer business gaming. so all the different things. so people can start kids, teenagers, grownups to entropy, north getting to know about all of this different technologies and themes that are going on around the world and well with tough speakers. know of course max and stacy have been there. so has the, was in the act around the zuckerberg. we had edward snowden, so we have some great speakers over there. going to be back last american, gothic point legal standard. after all, salvador made the 1st move i was expecting ever since the been think left for it to be mexico. unfortunately, that is a bad that they're not interested right now in the government. i see a lot of interest in, by the way. they're moving around with their politicians. i see also some interest
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in other central american countries. now that they're seeing the success in the federal level. what they're, for example, they're, they're, they're very good. every immigration from other american countries in el salvador, based on the big coin standard being adopted there. and what these countries need to make the point 10 are to stop people from leaving guatemala and other countries going out. that's very, that's funny. like the things that happened with mexico, that more us people are coming to mexico. and the other way around is going to happen to many people from the united states, from europe, from all over up in america are going to go there. and instead of trying to 3 over to the united states, they're going to go through the big country. they're going to go through the big can nation, which is having this economic growth business opportunities, job opportunities that you're not going to, you're nothing elsewhere. and because headquarters moving from all over the world until a set of other because of all this tax and business pro, tax and pro business policies,
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you're going to see more good employment coming to instead of other people going to sort of other looking for those jobs and the quality of life is static surfing and everything. it's kinda like the coin. paradise. alright. rodriguez. thanks for being a cause report for some time. thank you very much for having me again and great to have here in mexico and hope to see you again. many, many more time. absolutely. and i'm going to get an additional cost report with me mac kaiser and stacy herbert again. thank you. i guess i was a rodriguez until next time. by me i oh, often it oh, even children have been cared for at the finance house. only. yeah. i yeah.
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of course. my, my mom with with a nice many go with a new violin. my mom is violet that dana mom. yes. a lunch me a lunch is going on, you know, some young under discussion a shuttle. i can redeem a
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tooth . ah, yeah. it has to be rash to be able to afford anytime. and find the luxury
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that for sure. despite having the most expensive health care system in the world, we have poor life expectancy. we have higher infant mortality. we have more deaths from treatable causes. so americans are suffering every day from it. it says if these people don't count i saw how they can choose your customers and dump a sick tone also right and satisfy their wall street investors. no parents should have to see what i saw. so if you're denying payment for someone's care, your make life and death decisions and determine to get to live and who dies to me, that's best getting away with murder.
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i can eat with hugs. it's a plug, a 100 more of these keep us. all right, that does, that's dog every single day as in violence rages across cause it's done. we report from the country's largest, the city where authorities say they have arrested 4000 people on terror charges, including foreign nationals, more peacekeepers arriving from russia to help restore order. meanwhile, moscow pushes back against washington's remarks that russian peacekeepers of won't ever leave context on with the foreign ministry pointing out the neighboring countries. strong military alliance and traditional ties also ah anger a rob said new covered restrict.


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