The DC Dyke March – ITEL PT – 6.6.19
Inside the Eye – Live! Prime Time! for Thursday, June 6, 2019 began with a bit of some technical issues that chewed into the show (those of course are edited out in the archives). We began with a discussion of some of the issues surrounding the developing story on the smear and hate campaign against Graham Hart that is being waged by Cornwall Reports and other local media in Cornwall in collaboration with you the failed Labour councilor in Penzance, Cornwall, Tim Dwelly and the known vicious Jewish intimidation force called the Campaign Against Antisemitism.
What following was a pretty good rant on the DC Dyke March, a Jewish organized spectacle of Jewish cultural degeneracy where the organizers were lambasted by mainstream Jewish groups because the organizers requested that Israeli flags, the ultimate symbol of human degeneracy, be banned from the parade due to its “nationalist symbolism” within an event that includes many degenerates from the Palestinian side of the Levant love ship.
In hour 2, Erika from The Harsh Reality appeared to discuss her budding broadcast career and her trials and tribulations at being hacked. In addition, The Fetch and Erika had a light-hearted discussion about Chicago, food, and where to not go. This was followed by a bit more serious, but still light-hearted, discussion about the Boomers, GenX, the Millennials, and GenZ, the latter being a generation that has become totally confused about reality as far too many “rebel” by claiming to either be gay or transgender.
Clearly, the propaganda and efforts by the LGBTQ community to prey on children is in full bloom and Erika suggested that perhaps the only way out of this mess is through the introduction of war.
Overall, as always, a good show and well worth a listen. You can catch it here:
Inside the Eye – Live! Prime Time! 6.6.19
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