In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the difference between parts of Europe and America as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the world’s economy. In the Netherlands, workers are bargaining to rights to be reimbursed two euros per day for toilet paper in a ‘work from home’ era. Meanwhile in the US census data shows that 10% of Americans didn’t have enough to eat in the previous week . . . despite the largest infusion of cash in history.
In the second half, Max chats to Ali Hamam of Tahini’s Restaurant in Ontario, Canada, about his experience with wealth confiscation through inflation and devaluation and what those lessons bring to how he runs his successful business in Canada by securing some of the company treasury in bitcoin, something he sees as a ‘savings technology.’
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