Blackbird9, Mike Harris on ITEL Radio – 1.21.17
Inside the Eye – Live! for Saturday, January 21, 2017 was a full interview show, meaning that the first hour was a monologue and hours 2 and 3 were filled with interviews.
In hour 1, we discussed more about the Trump phenomena and POTUS Trump’s Inauguration Address. The rise of the violent left, funded and organized by Jewish organizations, and the manner in which Jews frame political debate for the express purpose of justifying the use of violence against political opposition.
In hour 2, Frederick C. Blackburn, aka “Blackbird9” (BB9), host of Blackbird9’s Breakfast Club and sponsor of “The Cat Report”, joined the discussion. We discussed BB9’s first full year in radio, BB9’s refinement of his message to suit audience interest, and the general tone and style of his radio show which he equates to “the garage band of the alternative media”. We also discussed some of Frederick’s efforts to explain Talmudic law set against Western law and how the two legal systems are diametrically opposed and incompatible.
In hour 3, Mike Harris, host of “The Short End of the Stick” and the Financial Editor of Veteran’s Today, joined to discuss the Donald Trump election, the cautious hope that Trump will be able to work to “Make America Great Again”, and a prevailing reality that Trump cannot “Make American Great Again” until he deals with the corrosive, and treasonous, ingrained power of Jews within the United States.
Of particular interest was Mike Harris’s discussion of “the Khazarian Mafia”, their rules of engagement, and adapting Jewish rules of engagement in dealing with the Jewish Problem.
Definitely worth a listen. The show moves fast.
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