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I have known of Russia Today (RT) from videos I had come across at random. But it was only a few days ago I that was clued in to Capital Account by Paul Craig Roberts, an economist who was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under Ronald Reagan and occasionally picks bones with with Keynsian economists. However, in the present-day state of the world's economy, PCR explicitly recommended the videos below of interviews with Keynsian economists Michael Hudson and Bill Black, presumably because he agrees with their analyses. The host and commentator of Capital Account, Lauren Lyster, is incredibly well versed in issues affecting the economy. I confess that I haven't watched the U.S. "mainstream media" news analyses in a month of Sundays, so I hope that some readers of this post who have will append comments on their impressions of the similarities and differences.
While the failure of MF Global (together with its CEO Jon Corzine) is at the center of the present discussion, it is not the only large financial institution that lacks the collateral to cover it's gambling debts. Indeed, all of the large banks in the U.S. and many of those in Europe are presently on "life support," to pick a metaphor.
William K. Black: Justice Department is the Dog that has Refused to Bark for a Decade
Unlike the videos above, the following is a full length show.
Jon Corzine, CEO of MF Global (and former CEO of Goldman Sachs, U.S. Senator, and New Jersey Governor), apparently presided over MF Global's taking money from customer savings accounts for use as collateral for a speculative "investments" by the supposedly-segregated investment division, which lost big time. American Farmers and airlines are among the victims. Many of the European banks are in the same situation. The fall in gold prices is viewed by interviewee Karl Denninger as being the result of the big banks in this situation selling off all their tangible assets to cover a landslide of withdrawals from savings accounts.