Observations from Italy – ITEL PT – 10.24.19
The Fetch returned after a week in Italy with some observations on Italy and the ongoing “multicultural agenda” of Jews against the West. From personal observations, it was clear that the ongoing invasion of Italy was evident, but not necessarily over-whelming. Small roving bands of African migrants, in groups of 3-5, could be viewed walking along a highway heading towards the Alps.
However, for the most part, Jewish multicultural programming was not so self evident in the northern and mid-eastern coastline of Italy. Milan, however, was a cosmopolitan city as most major cities can (and should) be expected to be.
Although not overwhelmingly present, you could see inroads of Jewish multicultural and “race mixing” in play at various restaurants spread across Italy as Italian men were seen out and about with African women.
In hour 2, America’s “Syrian withdrawal” – to Iraq, shows the absolute intellectual bankruptcy of America’s geo-strategic thinking. President Trump says he is “pulling out American troops” to “Iraq”? So basically, Trump has said he is keeping the ongoing occupation of Syria intact, albeit with an eye to lessen American footprints in Syria.
A final half hour spent discussing “Kabballah” and how Jewish kabballah really is twisted and perverse which explains why Jews and their political agenda is largely driven by psychopaths. Jews cannot forego the evil the exists within their society and have embraced evil as a social strategy.
Indeed, it seems, Jews can never forgo the roots of their evil tendencies: Torah and Talmud should not just be rejected by humanity, but by “Jews” themselves, yet Jews will never abandon the roots of their evil.
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