Crisis Videos

These are videos of several economic documentaries

Doug Casey interviews Peter Schiff

Casey Research chairman Doug Casey interviews financial pundit and author Peter Schiff. Their conversation covers a range of issues: gold, the validity of the US dollar, the Federal Reserve system and the Schiff family’s fight with the IRS.

Doug Casey interviews Peter Schiff

Charles de Gaulle and the real origin of the dollar crisis

La Crisis Americana se Predijo desde 1965 por Charles de Gaulle

The Midas Formula: The trillion dollar bet

Video Documentary: The Midas Formula

“Fraud. why the great recession” (official documentary)

"fraud. why the great recession" (official documentary)

“Fraud. Why the great recession” is a crowdfunded documentary. Every help will be appreciated: Please make a donation in

Max Keiser: Runaway Greek Cash (E304)

Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss economic Jack and the Beanstalk style miracles that look a whole lot like simple ponzi schemes that Lilliputian financial journalists fail to report. In the second half of the show Max talks to Satyajit Das, author of Extreme Money, about the European debt crisis, how much longer Germany can stay solvent and whether German banks would have survived if the Irish taxpayer had not bailed them out in the first place.

Keiser Report: Runaway Greek Cash (E304)

Keynes vs. Hayek: “Fear the Boom and Bust”

Keynes vs. Hayek: "Fear the Boom and Bust" (subtitulado al español)

The Take: The argentine crisis in 2001

In suburban Buenos Aires, thirty unemployed auto-parts workers walk into their idle factory, roll out sleeping mats and refuse to leave.
All they want is to re-start the silent machines. But this simple act – The Take – has the power to turn the globalization debate on its head.
In the wake of Argentina’s dramatic economic collapse in 2001, Latin America’s most prosperous middle class finds itself in a ghost town of abandoned factories and mass unemployment. The Forja auto plant lies dormant until its former employees take action. They’re part of a daring new movement of workers who are occupying bankrupt businesses and creating jobs in the ruins of the failed system.
But Freddy, the president of the new worker’s co-operative, and Lalo, the political powerhouse from the Movement of Recovered Companies, know that their success is far from secure. Like every workplace occupation, they have to run the gauntlet of courts, cops and politicians who can either give their project legal protection or violently evict them from the factory.
The story of the workers’ struggle is set against the dramatic backdrop of a crucial presidential election in Argentina, in which the architect of the economic collapse, Carlos Menem, is the front-runner. His cronies, the former owners, are circling: if he wins, they’ll take back the companies that the movement has worked so hard to revive.
Armed only with slingshots and an abiding faith in shop-floor democracy, the workers face off against the bosses, bankers and a whole system that sees their beloved factories as nothing more than scrap metal for sale.

LA TOMA(The Take) 2004

Hayek vs. Keynes: The fight of the century, second round

Rap Hayek vs. Keynes: La pelea del siglo, segundo round

Indebted: Spanish economic crisis documentary

Endeudados, sobre la telaraña

Debtocracy: Greek crisis (english subtitles)

The documentary mainly focuses on two points: the causes of the Greek debt crisis in 2010 and possible future solutions that could be given to the problem that are not currently being considered by the government of the country.

2001 Argentine conomic collapse

Documentary on the events that led to the economic collapse of Argentina in 2001 which wiped out the middle class and raised the level of poverty to 57.5%. Central to the collapse was the implementation of neo-liberal policies which enabled the swindle of billions of dollars by foreign banks and corporations. Many of Argentina’s assets and resources were shamefully plundered. Its financial system was even used for money laundering by Citibank, Credit Suisse, and JP Morgan. The net result was massive wealth transfers and the impoverishment of society which culminated in many deaths due to oppression and malnutrition. Official name: Memoria del Saqueo by Fernando Solanas 2003

Argentina's Economic Collapse (FULL VERSION)

Why You’ve Never Heard of the Great Depression of 1920

Presented by Thomas E. Woods, Jr., at “The Great Depression: What We Can Learn From It Today,” the Mises Circle in Colorado; sponsored by Limited Government Forum of Colorado Springs and hosted by the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

Why You've Never Heard of the Great Depression of 1920 | Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

How an Economy Grows and Why It Doesn’t

How an Economy Grows and Why It Doesn't (by Irwin Schiff)

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