'Obama hostage of Wall St. terrorists' Sun May 8, 2011 8:10AM Interview with Max Keiser, financial journalist, Paris Certain individuals on Wall Street have the power to "crash the stock market" if US President Barack Obama does not agree with their demands, an analyst says. Press TV talks with Max Keiser, a financial journalist in Paris, who describes Wall Street dominators like Ben Bernanke as "financial terrorists" who work inside the US government to present false financial data to the public. Following is a transcript of the interview. Press TV: When President Obama was running for office, he promised that he would deal with those responsible for the financial crisis and yet he brought many of those who caused the problem on board to his administration and really has not dealt with it at all. Why do you think this is the case? Keiser: Well, he's being held captive by Ben Bernanke and Timothy Geithner and Wall Street . As far as the jobs picture goes, when you ask Ben Bernanke to explain his policies, he doesn't include jobs or wages; he doesn't look at them to determine what he should do as far as his policies are going forward. He sees a problem of deflation so he keeps interest rates low and people unfortunately are paying the price of that... Press TV: Do you think that the policies of the Obama administration are actually good policies, but that they're not able to deliver on a lot of their economic promises or policies? ...... Kwa undani wa mahojiano haya bofya hapa>>>>> PressTV - 'Obama hostage of Wall St. terrorists'