Destroying Economic Viability – ITEL – 9.1.18
Inside the Eye – Live! for a US Labor Day weekend was broadcast live from Jizan, in the southwest corner of Saudi Arabia. Topics of discussion in hour 1 included disinformation regarding a purported Qatar originated pipeline that was to run ultimately through Syria and the ongoing diplomatic divide between Gulf neighbors Saudia Arabia and Qatar, with stories floating which intimate Saudi Arabia is serious about literally cutting ties with Qatar by creating a 60 km x 200 m wide canal that would turn the peninsular nation of Qatar into an island.
In hour 2, the persistent efforts by Jews to deny their opponents any semblance of economic viability was highlighted through numerous examples.
Hour 3 was filled with listener calls and a hodge podge of story telling.
All things considered, a pretty good show.
Destroying Economic Viability
The idea of “destroying economic viability” refers to the Jewish strategy of targeting individuals, organizations, and even nations, which Jews perceive as working against Jewish interests. The whole idea is purely totalitarian and filled with spite to an n’th degree. It is a strategy that is out in the open, yet little discussed with an intent of smashing the tactic to the point of being politically suicidal to use.
Examples are found everywhere.
At the simplest of levels, Jewish efforts to silence dissent on the net through banning, suspensions, termination of accounts, etc., can be seen on Jewish run platforms as Youtube, Google, and Facebook. Meanwhile, Twitter works hand in glove with Jewish NGO’s as the SPLC and ADL, applying Jewish definitions to language for the express purpose of silencing dissent to Jewish political agendas.
Another form of destruction of economic viability is what has become known as “deplatforming”, a tactic where Jewish run organizations as Paypal, Patreon, Youtube, and Facebook cancel accounts based on nebulous “terms of service” under which only Jews and their minions get to decide what anything and everything means. In the case of Paypal, Patreon, and Youtube, such sites present opportunities for voice to be heard and in the process, grow and audience and earn revenue on one’s efforts.
The case remains: if one is working in the political sphere and represent views that run counter to Jewish political agendas, Jews often engineer a destruction of of these economic (revenue generating) channels.
Take this further into the public sphere, and we have such as O’Mei Restaurant in Santa Cruz, where the proprietor of the restaurant found himself targeted by Jewish groups and Jewish media for the “audacity” of donating US$500 to the senatorial campaign of someone who Jews view as their enemy.
Just recently, Jews were found to be demanding a boycott of famed In-n-Out Burgers because In-n-Out was found to have donated to GOP organizations. This type of behavior goes all the way to relations with nation states, where Jews, largely in control of US foreign policy, engineer sanctions against nations whom they deem are opposing Jewish global hegemony. Iran and Russia come to mind as two current examples, while a little known aside of the Iran-Iraq War in 2003 is that part of the reason Jews were so interested taking out Saddam Hussein and Iraq was because Saddam Hussein was economically aiding the open air concentration camp/prison of Gaza
The manner and means through which Jews brag about and openly seek to destroy others economic viability is a huge problem that affects everyone: Jews are not shy in who they target. Armies of Jews are paid for the express purpose of working to destroy people’s economic viability.
In this way, Jews ensure that only they can fund (buy) the political process and in doing so, rule over the Goyim with an iron fist, which is precisely what deplatforming, censoring, and destroying economic viability is really all about.
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