VERY IMPORTANT: Has a White guy, Max Keiser invented Financial/Stock Market WAR to damage Companies? – My Comments


Alex Linder introduced me to Max Keiser, mainly because of Keiser’s big support for Bitcoin and crypto – but he also supports Gold and Silver. I’ve been trying to asses Keiser’s skills, and he is a wild card, and he has done some wild things.

His most innovative thing that he’s done, which he got a patent for and sold it and it was used big time is this: Virtual Specialist

On wikipedia it says:
Keiser is the creator, co-founder, and former CEO of HSX Holdings/Hollywood Stock Exchange, later sold to Cantor Fitzgerald.[5] Alongside Michael R. Burns, he co-invented the Virtual Specialist [6] platform on which the Hollywood Stock Exchange operates. This technology allows traders to exchange virtual securities, such as "MovieStocks" and "StarBonds", with convertible virtual currency, the "Hollywood Dollar". In 1998 Digital Coast Reporter recognized Keiser as one of Los Angeles’ top 50 internet executives for his work on this project.[7]

Now for the interesting stuff. Keiser has tried to attack and damage businesses using what I would call Stock Market warfare. Now of course, rich men and Jews have used stock market warfare for the last century or more. So it’s nothing new. But Keiser has tried to use it in the age of the Internet and he seems to have had some success.

Now I must tell you that Jesse Jackson, that black American politician, has used the colour of his skin as well as BLACKMAIL and racial threats, to extort many millions of dollars out of American businesses.

We Whites need our own methods of Economic/Business/Stock market warfare. These BIG TECH companies, for example, are using their power to destroy the White Right and to smash individuals. But what if the Whites hit back?

Well, Max Keiser has hatched 2 plans along these lines:

Keiser founded the hedge fund Karmabanque, which sought to profit from any decline in equity value of companies that are susceptible to boycott from environmental groups.[28] The hedge fund’s progress was followed monthly in The Ecologist magazine.[29] Its targets included Coca-Cola[30] and McDonald’s.

The Karmabanque hedge fund project was designed to simultaneously short-sell companies while funneling profits into environmental and ethical-business pressure groups that further act to drive down the companies’ stock prices. Describing the project, Keiser stated, "The Internet allows people, activists, from all over the world to gather, or swarm, and hit a company where it hurts most—in their stock price."[31]

The Guardian newspaper described Keiser’s Karmabanque hedge fund as a "fantastical scheme" and accused him of trying to exist "beyond the normal forces and controls of society".[32] A spokesman for Ryanair said, "Since they put Ryanair on their list, our share price has gone up by 10 percent. We are always delighted to be part of a list which includes Coca-Cola, Starbucks, and Wal-Mart."[33]

So Karmabanque had some successes. I really like this idea. I think the above idea is genius. I would love to see more of this.

Then Max tried to go after Jewish JP Morgan:

Keiser has labeled JPMorgan Chase "the biggest financial terrorist on Wall Street" in relation to their alleged manipulation of the price of silver.[36] Keiser created a campaign called "Crash JP Morgan—buy silver",[37][38][39] whereby people buy silver bullion, thus raising its price and leaving JP Morgan with a huge short position to cover, the margin of which are collateralized by JPMorgan’s own stock price, bankrupting itself. The campaign was introduced on the Alex Jones Radio show in November 2010.[40] Writing in The Guardian in December 2010,[41] Keiser suggested that the text "crash jp morgan buy silver" should be used as a googlebomb to virally promote the campaign.

Adweek magazine described Keiser as "the most visible character in an underground movement that has spurred hundreds of blog posts and videos, and played some small part in driving up the price of precious metals".[42]

Keiser drew criticism at the 2000 ShowBiz Expo in Las Vegas when he said of media content that "Everything is inescapably going to a price point called free." In response, Kevin Tsujihara, executive vice president of New Media at Warner Bros., commented that "" will be the victor if superior content is available on sites supported by advertisements.[43]

The idea of using silver to damage JP Morgan Chase is fascinating. This guy does have wild ideas and he tries them. I like that a lot.

Financial Warfare is something I like a lot. This is pioneering stuff.


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