The Hon. Dr. Harald Malmgren 1

Published on
July 20th, 2015
43 minutes

The Hon. Dr. Harald Malmgren 1

The Interview ·
Featuring Dr. Harald Malmgren

Published on: July 20th, 2015 • Duration: 43 minutes

In Part One of this riveting conversation, Dr. Harald Malmgren shares behind-the-scenes conversations inside presidential administrations, which afford viewers a new perspective on a crucial period in US history. Tackling the "massaging" of economic data by the government, and expanding upon the true level of freedom that exists in today's markets, Dr. Malmgren pulls no punches whatsoever.


  • JS
    John S.
    14 February 2017 @ 02:47
    Though the interview was done some time ago it's no less relevant now than it was then. No wonder Pippa is such a brilliant contributor to the global dialog. PS: It's gratifying to hear someone like Dr Malmgren believes as I do that Washington DC serves as ground zero for economic data torture chambers.
  • TS
    Tim S.
    9 January 2017 @ 05:00
    Great interview, a wealth of historical knowledge grounded in pragmatic reality.
  • LB
    Lisa B.
    11 January 2016 @ 15:22
  • CH
    Calvin H.
    27 September 2015 @ 15:31
    Can't wait for the book!
  • CH
    Calvin H.
    27 September 2015 @ 15:28
    Wow! What an eye opener. A true ex-mandarin. The stories he tells are not dissimilar to what we experience in the corporate world. It makes me more confident but wary at the same time. Thanks RVTV!
  • SJ
    Suzanne J.
    2 September 2015 @ 03:55
    You are spoiling me, RVTV. A tastefully executed walk through the real history of US politics. I will never trust another set of numbers. And superb interaction between father and daughter. Great!
  • kk
    karen k.
    26 July 2015 @ 21:12
    To be able to hear the wisdom of such a man. Thank you!!!!
  • DH
    Dale H.
    25 July 2015 @ 12:44
    I believe when someone reports the facts about what they have done and it happens to be intelligent + part of the political game, it is interesting, not something for others to judge negatively. Bravo
  • DH
    Dale H.
    25 July 2015 @ 12:39
    I enjoyed this interview, not only for the historical insights and intrigues but for his intelligence and warmth. It reminded me what a privilege it was to converse with my Dad and my smart Uncle:)
  • FR
    Fields R.
    24 July 2015 @ 23:18
    Wow, Dad and Wow, Daughter. I am stunned.
  • SB
    Stewart B.
    24 July 2015 @ 19:14
    Fabulous interview. Interesting comments on lies in large organisations.
  • JS
    John S.
    24 July 2015 @ 13:06
    Congratulations Joe. You get the prize for the dumbest critique on RVTV since its launch
  • SP
    Simon P.
    24 July 2015 @ 08:52
    Who the freaking hell could junk this interview. The guy has 55 mins to share 50 years of wisdom/experience. Even the harshest cynic gets a decent takeaway. Be responsible for your own ego.
  • cd
    chris d.
    23 July 2015 @ 13:44
    fantastic perspective, depth of experience, and capacity to pull it together in insights for today. bring on the next part!
  • JL
    Joe L.
    23 July 2015 @ 04:22
    This dude could not possibly be more full of himself. Literally un-listenable, every sentence was bragging about how important he is and name dropping etc. Just awful.
  • WH
    Wayne H.
    22 July 2015 @ 22:00
  • RM
    Richard M.
    22 July 2015 @ 17:49
    Fascinating stuff - love the historical perspective of some of our (U.S.) history. Keep up the great material.
  • KT
    Kevin T.
    22 July 2015 @ 16:32
    I bet he doesn't always drink beer, but when he does he prefers Dos Equis.
  • KS
    Kathleen S.
    22 July 2015 @ 13:51
    His comment that when you dealing with a corrupt system - you get surrounded by Yes Men. Ray McGovern said the same thing about the CIA. If you don't tell neocons what they want to hear you are fired.
  • AE
    Alex E.
    22 July 2015 @ 05:46
    Can't wait for Part 2! Real info, realpolitic and real economics...Real TV!!!
  • TH
    Timo H.
    22 July 2015 @ 04:48
    Note to self: it IS possible to have a very intelligent diacussion with your daughter :-)
  • dd
    darrell d.
    21 July 2015 @ 19:09
    Soon ... Soon. What an insightful interview. I was glued.
  • CC
    Christopher C.
    21 July 2015 @ 14:51
    Everyone knew the Soviet Union's economic numbers were a farce before the fall. And now everyone knows the US employment/CPI numbers etc. are a farce. Let's see if the correlation equals causation.
  • BL
    Bruce L.
    21 July 2015 @ 13:04
    could listen to HM for hours. Fantastic life experiences and insight.
  • TJ
    Terry J.
    21 July 2015 @ 08:59
    Extraordinary insights into historical and current US policymaking including the revelation about the true architects of the 1971 gold shock.
  • SO
    Steve O.
    21 July 2015 @ 02:30
    Everybody lies in big government system. Priceless. This is a fantastic interview.
  • MB
    Mike B.
    21 July 2015 @ 00:02
    OK> It's a who shot JR moment. Where is part 2, 3 4 and 5. Best interview yet but please get part 2 on the website. Feeling very privileged to be a RV member.
  • PM
    Pippa M. | Contributor
    20 July 2015 @ 21:17
    I can hardly say how grateful I am to RVTV for providing the platform for this: we learn that the Tokyo Round was just a political ploy, that Volcker masterminded the 1971 Nixon USD shock and more....
  • MM
    Milly M.
    20 July 2015 @ 20:55
    What an awesome piece! History comes alive! The ultimate insider's take on politics, markets and world economy! Friday night's gonna be a delight. Thanks a lot to both of the Honourable Malmgrens!
  • MB
    Martin B.
    20 July 2015 @ 19:13
    Riveting. Perhaps more interesting than the interview with Dr. Pippa. Thank you.
  • PT
    Philip T.
    20 July 2015 @ 18:35
    Let's have lunch! : )
  • HL
    Heinrich L.
    20 July 2015 @ 18:18
  • JM
    Justin M.
    20 July 2015 @ 16:54
    Riveting. I can't wait for the continuation. Many thanks to Dr. Malmgren and the host.
  • sh
    simon h. | Contributor
    20 July 2015 @ 16:48
    illuminating insights that bring up to where we are today - convergence of globalisation so will be fascinated by the second part. - Really great stiuff Simon
  • KD
    Ken D.
    20 July 2015 @ 16:35