Keiser Report 7/12/10 - IMF in Iceland, whats ahead of us - A Must see.

robut

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Hi Guys,

Watched Max Kieser show tonight. Max and Stacy talk of Eric Cantona's bank run day today BUT in the second half talks to Thor Saari, a member of Iceland’s parliament, about the IMF in Iceland.

Listen to what he says has been imposed by the IMF - a huge social cost with hospital closures and alot more .. Frightening, we do not know the half of it.

Thor has great sympathy for Ireland saying they have not as bad a bank debt as us so the relative pain for us should be larger than whay even Iceland is suffering .. socially!

Keiser Report: Episode 101 — RT

Might be faster to download it via the download link at that page also

Separate-ish but interesting - http://www.eurasiareview.com/opinion/opinion/10249-how-ireland-can-strike-a-blow-against-the-imperial-bankers


Robut
 
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Cassandra Syndrome

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+1 Robut

Watched this after Vincent Brown and thought how sad it is that VB is considered the most radicle broadcaster in Ireland and he is a complete economic illiterate (very noticeable last night).

Max Keiser has a far better grasp of the real truth of the tyranny within Ireland and he lives in Paris and American born.

Great show as always but as you say this one in particular shows how far the rabbit hole goes in Ireland.

We need some Max Keiser like media sophistos to broadcast in Ireland. Use the you tube channels or something. The mainstream TV is pure dung.

Anyone see Frontline last night? Rent a FF audience or what?
 

robut

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AND Yes,

The full show is up now - 101mb FLV ( flash type file ) if you want to download before watching.

Just listen to the list of stuff slashed and closed in Iceland last two years.

Robut
 

mr_anderson

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Most people have absolutely no idea what the IMF entails.
It's going to get very nasty indeed.

Still, more preferable than the FF bandwagon being allowed to trundle on unchecked, racking up more and more debt by avoiding/delaying the necessary cuts in an effort save a few seats.

Theres going to be much IMF-directed vitriol at this site over the forthcoming years.
Just in case people forget, the IMF were invited into this country after the FF-led government had bankrupted the nation.
 

Berty

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Most people have absolutely no idea what the IMF entails.
It's going to get very nasty indeed.

Still, more preferable than the FF bandwagon being allowed to trundle on unchecked, racking up more and more debt by avoiding/delaying the necessary cuts in an effort save a few seats.

Theres going to be much IMF-directed vitriol at this site over the forthcoming years.
Just in case people forget, the IMF were invited into this country after the FF-led government had bankrupted the nation.
That's for sure. Wait until the monthly and quarterly reviews implement more cuts. This budget will be the first of many budgets. An ex-imf guy was on VB last night, which a a whole lot better than the FF party-political broadcast on RTE's Frontline, which on the eve of the budget was, quite frankly, disgusting. RTE are very disappointing.

Anyhow, on last nights Tonight with VB, they went through some of the small print and it was frightening. I hope I am wrong but today's announcements are only an introduction to what's coming down the road.:eek:
 


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