Max Keiser interviews Rick Ackerman, the editor and publisher of Rick’s Picks, who argues that the quadrillions in credit derivatives collapsing will outpace any amount of money printing.
He explains: “Supposedly about 5% of that money is used for potholes, roads and bridges, and the other 95% is one way or another toward what we call social engineering, and there’s even little bit of weather control in there.”
“So, I’m afraid that this $ 2.2 trillion starter kit is just a downpayment on environmental plan that could cost a lot more,” Ackerman says.
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