Decline of American Intelligentsia – ITEL PT – 9.19.19
The problems facing the United States go well beyond the fact that we are led by Talmudic Jews who care nothing for the American people. let alone human life in general. After all, who else goes public with the idea that causing the deaths of 500K Iraqi children under wholly fictitious and malicious pretenses save a Talmudist? Beyond that, we have the decline of America’s “intelligentsia” which is painfully observable in the United State’s foreign policy “think tanks” and policymakers.
A real danger to the United States is that policies being put forward by America’s “intelligentsia” are so agenda driven, rather than realism driven, that US foreign policy makers are driving the world away from the United States. Put simply, the current regime in the United States, certainly as it pertains to foreign policy, has lost touch with reality.
The bankrupt foreign policy apparatchiks running the United States foreign policy have literally declared war on the world. Russia, China, Iran, Cuba, Venezuela, and N. Korea are at the forefront of this war, but tangentially, all nations that trade with these aforementioned nations find themselves in the cross hairs of America’s Talmudic foreign policy.
Economic sanctions that target nations economic lifelines are acts of war. Sanctions are intended to harm and even kill the citizens of the nation’s targeted as was so clearly show in Iraq and so callously admitted by then Secretary of State Madelline (Talmudist) Albright. Economic warfare is warfare nonetheless, and you have to expect that nations will counter.
To close the show, we discusses 10 of the top reasons why Jews are loathed.
The show broadcast from Tobuk in the northwestern region of Saudi Arabia.
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