This week we have two totally unrelated guests: Mike Kimelman is the author of Confessions of a Wall Street Insider: A Cautionary Tale of Rats, Feds, and Banksters.
He wrote the book while in jail for insider trading and although he isn’t allowed to get involved with the market anymore, he still follows it closely.
Mike talks about documents that were recently released that show Obama didn’t bail out real estate finances Fannie and Freddie. He stole them. This golden goose was taken away from the investors who bought low knowing it would get back on its feet and it has been providing billions for the government ever since.
Nobody is talking about this but it’s the biggest theft in human history.
Then we talk to British photographer Kevin Donnelly who is living in LA now and helped found the Proud Boys chapter there. We talk about the Halifax Five who were told carrying the Red Ensign flag is carrying a flag of genocide.
A fierce UK patriot, Kevin makes the case that North American history is British history and even the American revolution was really just Brits fighting amongst themselves. Canada shouldn’t be ashamed of their British past. We should be proud of it.