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Keiser Report: Yikes! European bank shares tumble
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the decades low in European bank stocks as the pandemic and negative interest rates take their toll. In the second half, Max chats to Brian Roemmele of VoiceFirst.expert about the state of artificial intelligence and what it has to do with TikTok.
Wayne Dupree Show: Dems and media want Trump to transition power peacefully, 2020 debate preview
"Win, lose, or draw in this election, will you commit here today for a peaceful transferal of power after the election?" a reporter asked the president during a press briefing.
"We're going to have to see what happens. You know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots, and the ballots are a disaster," Trump replied. "Get rid of the ballots, and you'll have a very transfer — we'll have a very peaceful — there won't be a transfer, frankly. There'll be a continuation."
Boom Bust: TikTok ban halted by US judge’s order
TikTok has beat another deadline to stay alive in the United States after a US judge blocked a measure to bar the video sharing app. In London, Uber has won its right to operate in the city yet again for the next year. Uber’s stock is reacting while world markets are mostly up with equities in the United States popping on the back of the tech and financial sectors.
CrossTalk Bullhorns, QUARANTINE EDITION: Sanctions & wars
With the election only weeks away, the Trump administration continues its sanctions mania against Cuba, Venezuela, and Iran. It is never explained how this advances the national interest. Also, no matter who is in the White House, the foreign policy blob is determined to continue to avenge its defeat in Syria.
CrossTalking with Marcus Papadopoulos & Dmitry Babich.
Renegade Inc: The looming European banking crisis
For many years all European banks have been in poor shape. The coronavirus pandemic has merely exposed the glaring fault lines of some of the world’s most clunky and inefficient banking systems.The question we should all be asking is: after the bailouts of 2008, are we now prepared for the European bail ins of the 2020s? Author Alex Krainer and University of Helsinki Professor of Economics Tuomas Malinen join host Ross Ashcroft to discuss the upcoming crisis and provide us with some potential solutions.
Professor Karl Friston on Going Underground
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Professor Karl Friston of the UK’s independent SAGE Committee regarding the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. He discusses Boris Johnson’s new measures, which include 10pm closing times for pubs and other businesses, and local lockdowns. Will these policies work? Boris Johnson’s claim that track and trace ‘has very little or nothing to do with the spread and transmission of Covid-19,’ why the key to beating back the coronavirus second wave is to provide support measures for those who need to self-isolate, the prevailing concept of the herd immunity approach, unnecessary polarization in the debate on measures to be taken against Covid-19, and more! Finally, we speak to Dr Bradley Garrett, author of ‘Bunker: Building for the End Times.’ He discusses the recent boom in the super-rich buying private bunkers in the event of a cataclysmic event such as biological warfare, natural disasters and nuclear war, the class dimension of disaster planning by the super-rich and governments, the bunkers of President Trump, why the private-bunker boom is a product of neoliberalism, the growing ‘prepper’ movement in the United States, and much more!