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The Saker Admits “Trump Is Worse Than Bush” – and Breaks Down the Anglo-Zionist Empire’s War on the World
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The Saker, one of the best-informed voices in the real alternative media, has a blog that averages around 1.5 million reads per month. A former high-level military analyst, his inside knowledge of Russia and its language and culture, and his equally well-informed perspective on the US and the West, give him a unique and compelling view of the geopolitical machinations of the Anglo-Zionist Empire and its global domination project…and the various Axes of Resistance. This interview was recorded shortly after Trump’s disgraceful tirade at…

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• Tags: Donald Trump, Zionism 
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