“Enough about Your Problems with Rabid Zionists Richie. I need some MONEY!” Robert David Steele (AE video)

I am so sick of snake oil salesman Robert David Steele but he keeps showing up on all these alternative left-leaning news programs and not a damn one of these interviewers actually interviews the fucker. They’re infomercials for the prick and his #UNRIG scam. It makes me sick.

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“Enough about Your Problems with Rabid Zionists Richie. I need some MONEY!” Robert David Steele on Richie Allen Show

by Scott Creighton

I am so sick of snake oil salesman Robert David Steele but he keeps showing up on all these alternative left-leaning news programs and not a damn one of these interviewers actually interviews the fucker. They’re infomercials for the prick and his #UNRIG scam. It makes me sick.

Steele was on Richie Allen yesterday and:

No. The answer to all of those questions is … no. Richie did not ask him a single question about any of that shit.

Richie did ask him if Robert thought Donald Trump was a Zionist’s wet dream to wit Robert replied “no”

At some point Richie asked a very pertinent question about a recent statement made by Henry Kissinger saying if we get rid of “ISIS” we would be opening the door to an Iranian empire and he wondered why it was that Kissinger is still relevant in this country today. It was a very good and reasonable question, certainly timely… to which RDS replied:

“well, the reptilian satanic cabal is very tight knit and Henry Kissinger is easily one of the satanic sodomized specialists”

Ah. Yeah. Thank you very much for injecting the word “reptilian” in there in an OBVIOUS pandering exercise to David Icke fans. Pandering to them so he could hit em up for $20,000 in traveling cash.

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Letter from Israel – Israeli Officers: You’re Doing ISIS Wrong

(You might recall, “ISIS” once opened fire on IDF forces and then later apologized for it. Gee, I wonder why?)

from Politico (May 22, 2017)

… But some Israeli commanders, who agreed to share their assessments of the Syria conflict on the condition they not be identified, went as far as saying that the American actions in Syria and Iraq, where U.S.-backed Iraqi forces recently liberated the city of Mosul, could be turning ISIS and its affiliates elsewhere in the region into an even bigger threat to the West….

… In eastern Syria, where ISIS is believed to be strongest, “the population is relatively favorable to the Islamic cause—the tribes and so forth,” he added..

Yavne, the (IDF) brigadier general, similarly described the Iranian influence as significantly more worrisome than ISIS or other Sunni Muslim terror groups:

“If I can be frank, the radical axis headed by Iran is more risky than the global jihad one,” said Yavne. “It is much more knowledgeable, stronger, with a bigger arsenal.”

As far as these Israeli officers are concerned, the ideal strategy is to sit back and let both types of groups duke it out—and work to contain the conflict rather than trying to end it with military force. As the IDF intelligence officer put it, “the battle for deterrence is easier than the battle for influence.”

But does that mean the United States and its allies should simply allow ISIS to retain its so-called caliphate in parts of eastern Syria and eastern Iraq?

“Why not?” the officer shot back…

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Henry Kissinger warns destroying Isis could lead to ‘Iranian radical empire’

from The Independent

Henry Kissinger has warned that destroying Isis could lead to an “Iranian radical empire”.

The former diplomat has suggested that once Isis is defeated, if Iran occupies the free territory, the result could lead to the emergence of a new empire.

The 94-year-old, who was the Secretary of State under President Richard Nixon, also spoke about the complications of taking sides in Middle Eastern conflicts.

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Americans Are Dying Younger, Saving Corporations Billions

(Glorious Big Business makes bigger profits when you die at a younger age. Can you say “Logan’s Run”?)

from Bloomberg

Steady improvements in American life expectancy have stalled, and more Americans are dying at younger ages. But for companies straining under the burden of their pension obligations, the distressing trend could have a grim upside: If people don’t end up living as long as they were projected to just a few years ago, their employers ultimately won’t have to pay them as much in pension and other lifelong retirement benefits.

In 2015, the American death rate—the age-adjusted share of Americans dying—rose slightly for the first time since 1999. And over the last two years, at least 12 large companies, from Verizon to General Motors, have said recent slips in mortality improvement have led them to reduce their estimates for how much they could owe retirees by upward of a combined $9.7 billion, according to a Bloomberg analysis of company filings. “Revised assumptions indicating a shortened longevity,” for instance, led Lockheed Martin to adjust its estimated retirement obligations downward by a total of about $1.6 billion for 2015 and 2016, it said in its most recent annual report

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