Trader On The BBC v Max Keiser





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Published on Sep 30, 2011

Trader On The BBC v Max Keiser Speaking on BBC news this week, stock market Trader Alessio Rastani left the studio staff open mouthed as he painted his version of the world's current economic crisis for the watching public. Having watched this video, many would wholeheartedly agree that while their warm & cosy, "trust us, we make life better" TV advertisements attempt to persuade us to give them control over more of our cash, in reality, these bankers don't give a damn about the people they suck blood from or the misery they've caused & are causing in the world today.
Alessio Rastani, THE financial trader who appeared on the BBC said he dreamed of making money from another recession & was not a hoaxer, the BBC has said.
Some Twitter users have cast doubt on Alessio Rastani's credentials .. well, it's something to cause even more controversy over I guess '~)
However, the BBC reported: "We've carried out detailed investigations and can't find any evidence to suggest that the interview was a hoax."
On his website Mr Rastani says he is "an experienced stock market and Forex trader and professional speaker".
In his live interview, broadcast on the BBC News Channel on Monday, Mr Rastani said: "For most traders, we don't really care that much how they're going to fix the economy, how they're going to fix the whole situation - our job is to make money from it.
So, here in the words of a bankster's moll, is how little the Human Race is valued, conversely, the value of money Over Life !!
Max Keiser's & Stacey Herbert's thoughts & projections included in this video

Thanks To:
Alessio Rastani http://www.leadingtrader.com

Max Keiser http://maxkeiser.com

Stacy Herbert http://twitter.com/#!/stacyherbert

And at: http://rt.com


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