Max Keiser Brings Stand Up Rage! Tour to Los Angeles, 11 May 2012
Max Keiser brought his unique brand of RAGE! to the City of (right) Angles last night. In what was perhaps his first appearance as journalist Max Keiser in Los Angeles, Keiser lamented the global banking system and continued his mission exposing it for the fraud that it is. The event took place at the CJames Gallery in Chinatown. The artist Alex Schaefer’s art was hung on the walls of the gallery. You can learn more about Schaefer in this episode of the Keiser Report:
Here is one of Schaefer’s paintings:
Keiser spoke to approximately 100 people in an appearance that was scantily advertised. He covered topics such as prosecution of criminal bankers, a new global currency, gold and silver as security, and the internationalization of one’s life.
“So, did you know that in China they hang bankers?” Keiser began his set.
Keiser spoke for approximately 45 minutes before turning the event over for Question and Answers which lasted approximately another hour.
A constant refrain of Keiser was that gold and silver were the best way to protect one’s assets during the coming crisis. He reiterated that he and Stacy had been recommending gold and silver since gold was approximately $400 an ounce and silver $4.00 an ounce. He also spoke of how unpopular having a United States passport is, and the importance of internationalizing one’s life by getting a second passport, starting a company in another country and growing relationships in other country’s, because “the wall in between Mexico and U.S. is for keeping Americans in.”
One individual in the audience asked if Keiser experiences any censors by Russia Today. Keiser responded by folding his arms, pacing across stage, and saying into his microphone: “That’s an interesting question, mmhmm. That’s a very interesting question.”
Keiser went on to say that he does not interact with Russia Today directly, as his show is syndicated by the Associated Press.
When asked if he experiences any threats against his life for going after such powerful people, Keiser revealed that he and Stacy had made a film about the CIA for Al Jazeera that got him some attention, but since then not so much.
“I figure most of my demographic is spies,” said Keiser. He went on to explain that this is okay with him, as he has monetized this spying. He welcomes the FBI to his website:
“Oh, hello FBI, Buy Gold! Click here…”
To describe what it is the Federal Reserve and central banks do, Keiser blew bubbles which floated through the air and then popped and suggested that Jamie Dimon blows his brains out or step aside.
“I really believe that this is the beginning of the end for JP Morgan,” the former Wall Street broker said.
Keiser’s Stand Up Rage tour is part of a film he is filming, presumably of the same title, for his website Pirate My Film.