Robert Steele Talks About Health....
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2017-05-01 10:13 by Karl Denninger
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Robert Steele Talks About Health....
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Have a look here, right @ 12:20 -- this is his review of the "First 100 days" along with other commentary, some of which I definitely don't agree with -- but there are good points here as well.

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He made an interesting point about Jeff Epstein, as an Israeli spy. He was throwing orgy parties with Bill Clinton and other mover and shakers, it has also be documented that he had cameras all over the place. With those tapes you could literally get away with murder if you wanted. And they would certainly be nation state level black mail material.

I'm glad Trump is seeking to get to the bottom of it, "President Donald Trump's new nominee for secretary of labor, Alexander Acosta, could face a grilling in the Senate over claims that while he was the top federal prosecutor in Miami he cut a sweetheart plea deal in 2008 with a billionaire investor accused of having sex with dozens of underage girls."

If you still think Trump is here to help, please keep thinking that, I'm just going to head to door while you are listing all the reasons Trump is making a difference.

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I like RDS... he has some good ideas, and he's not an "ideologue"... he also has some goofy ideas... but he's sincere, and a pretty good analyst of "the lay of the land".

My only criticism is he way over-promotes himself... when dialing it back just a little would make his ideas more palatable. That said, he's smart and has definitely taken the "Red Pill".

I suppose "waking up" and seeing and understanding the depth of the rot, dysfunction and corruption automatically makes a person somewhat "on the outside".

His "Open Source Intelligence" is an excellent idea... and smart ethical out of the box thinkers working with some good programmers and game theory folks could probably do a much better job at Intel than the systems we're running now.

I don't know if folks are afraid to say it publicly... but the Intel Community is who heads and runs our "government" nowadays... they probably know where most of the 20 Trillion bucks that has disappeared from Treasury over the last 20 to 30 years has gone.

I sure wish I was more hopeful about our trajectory as a nation and planet. If I live another 15 years... I expect I will be saying "Holy Sh*t!!!" more times than the previous 60.

Karl... again... you have the best emoji code base on the web hands down... and none better than the one which exemplifies a couple of things I know for sure;

1. The WORST thing ultimately, is I'm gonna die... (sure, pain and heartbreak etc... can happen in there too before the big croak...)

2. We are gonna see some real sh*t that will shock and amaze us before number 1 happens, if we just live another 5 to 10 years...

This is exactly how I feel about it all:


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Oh, and Eli's (Steele's) mention of Epstein being the mother of all Honey Pots... makes perfect sense.

People underestimate the power of sex, and a good confidence game. Make a proper show of the importance of secrecy and the consequences of breaking confidence... and you can fool anyone into believing "munching" on an attractive carrot is worth the risk.

Pizzagate was a distortion of reality... hysteria aside, somewhere under all that elite smoke is a hot burning fire. I really hope I get to see some big fish fry in my lifetime.

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The Epstein honeypot thing is entirely within reason. It's the oldest game in the spy book too; hook 'em with a sexy woman, but it works even better if the "woman" is underage because the risks are WAY higher for the person who gets caught.

Winding it down.
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