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Calls for a global government have been public and often for nearly a century. This week, John recalls the history of globalism from its roots in the NEA to calls for worldwide political unification from the United Nations. From the beginning, the goal has been to indoctrinate students to think as global citizens and to steer them away from the values of their parents and their churches. As we hurtle headlong toward a new world order, many of those “multicultural” students are leading the charge.a
The UN summit for the adoption of sustainable development policies will be held in New York in late September and will feature several world leaders, including Pope Francis. Globalism is alive and well with the plan to “transform our world.”
Joining our globalism roundtable discussion this week are:
Dr. Dennis Cuddy (www.newswithviews.com), Former Senior Associate at the U.S. Department of Education, Pat Wood (www.technocracyrising.com), Founder of the August Corporation and author of Technocracy Rising, and Brannon Howse (www.worldviewweekend.com), Host and President of Worldview Weekend.
We are approaching watershed events on the world stage in the areas of economics, geopolitics, and religion. Our guests discuss the path to global government, the rise in prominence of technocracy, and the role of Bible prophecy in the one world government. Do the global elites have a strategy to bring forth a new world order from the old chaos? Will technocracy improve our lives or curtail our freedoms? Is there a demonic influence behind the planned global dictatorship? We are in a battle of world views. It’s our responsibility to be ready and be educated.
The Section 6 intelligence briefing is on hiatus this week as we take some time off for the summer. It will return in September.Read More
We tell you every week that the mainline media and the herd are running in the wrong direction. When it comes to virtually every aspect of society in this country, so is our government. In this week’s boralogue, John shows the need for reform in the economy, government, law, constitutional rights, education, taxes, and border security. Societies go through cycles and a time comes when reform is needed. We either reform and move on or dictators step in and take over. Can we reform before our economy collapses or terrorists strike our cities?
How realistic is an ISIS terror attack in the United States? We are joined this week by Dan Gordon (www.dayofthedeadlibertyedition.com), Captain in the Israel Defense Forces, Hollywood screenwriter, and author of the new book Day of the Dead, Book One: Gaza.
He recounts his experience in last year’s Hamas / Israel Terror Tunnel War and outlines Hamas’s terrifying plot to kidnap women and children through underground tunnels beneath the Israel-Gaza border.
The same tunnel system can be found under the border between Mexico and the United States, in cities like El Paso, Tucson, and San Diego. ISIS is very likely planning to use these tunnels to infiltrate America. San Diego could suffer a debilitating terrorist attacks against military installations and public arenas. ISIS has the means, desire, and training to pull this off.
The United States military has conceded that the battlefields of the future will be in American cities.
Rounding out the program, John discusses a recent intelligence report that states the Obama administration entered into nuclear discussions with Iran as early as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s rule, far earlier than we were told. He also details yet another example of a life ruined by civil asset forfeiture. It is unconstitutional and it is time for it to be done away with!
The Section 6 intelligence briefing is on hiatus this week as we take some time off for the summer. It will return in September.Read More
Virtually all government agencies are bogged down with a myriad of regulations and reform is needed. In this week’s boralogue, John points out that despite dumping mining waste chemicals into Colorado’s Animas River, the EPA continues their quest to control all water in the United States, regardless of homeowners’ property rights. Accountability is needed, demonization of average citizens should cease, and justice should be administered fairly. American citizens should not be looked at as the enemy. Our rights are slowly eroding away, and when they vanish, it will be quite some time before we get them back.
We continue our thread this week on the thoughts and actions of Pope Francis with a roundtable discussion on papal advisor Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Madariaga. Rejoining the program are John Zmirak (www.saveourcentury.com), senior editor at TheStream.org, and Jorge Velarde Rosso (www.acton.org), senior researcher at the Acton Institute in Argentina. Cardinal Madariaga has gone on record with anti-Semitic beliefs, accusing Jews of conspiracies against the church, and has advised the Pope that big government can solve the problems of the world that capitalism failed to. With the Pope speaking to the U.N. General Assembly in late September, will the concept of sustainable development take hold and attempt to establish a one world government?
In the early 21st century, the West associates yoga with posture, flexibility, and exercise. Michael Austin (www.publishthegoodnews.com), founder of the Christian communications ministry Publish the Good News, and a former yoga teacher, examines the history and function of yoga from its religious role in Hinduism to its completely different Westernized version. Is it harmless or a plan to introduce pantheism to a Christian nation?
The United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japan 70 years ago this month. Retired MIT Physics Professor Hale Bradt (www.wilburswar.com), is author of the Wilbur’s War trilogy, a tale of the Pacific Theater during WWII culled from letters written by his father, a U.S. soldier. He discusses the moral controversy of dropping the bombs and contends that in doing so, we may have prevented a far great number of casualties that would have died during the invasion of Japan.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world. This week, John takes a look at the shrinking Chinese economy and its impact on the world stage.Read More
Persecution of Christians comes from many areas of the world such as Communist nations or Islamic regimes. It is even rearing its ugly head in the West in the form of new laws and restrictions of freedom. In this week’s boralogue, John gives us the five steps that lead to persecution and shows how they are manifested in news stories from China, Great Britain, and the United States. Thank you to all our listeners who donated to help Pakistani Christian Pastor X. He still needs your support. If you would like to help, click the button to donate to Pastor X and his family.
Recently, millions of government employees had their personal online information hacked by cyber terrorists. Soon after, the military announced that their personnel’s health records would be stored online as well. Twila Brase (www.cchfreedom.org), President and Co-Founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, examines the push for a national patient database, reviews the misunderstandings of HIPAA laws, and asks the question, who exactly will have access to our medical information?
President Obama would allow the Social Security Administration to have access to medical information by making sure recipients are up to the task of owning a firearm. Larry Pratt (www.gunowners.org), Executive Director of Gun Owners of America, shows that under the plan, psychiatric diagnoses can affect your eligibility to own a gun. It’s an ultimatum between owning a gun and receiving benefits. With a choice like that, the Constitution is bypassed and the government wins.
It is winner take all as one right is trumped by another in the wake of recent Supreme Court decisions on same sex marriage and eminent domain. Brian Walsh (www.civilrightsresearch.org), President and Founder of the Civil Rights Research Center, discusses the trampling of freedom of religion and shows the correlation between government persecution of Christians and increase in social hostility toward religion. I may not agree with what you say and it turns out I won’t defend your right to say it either!
The bloat of government has gotten out of control, but the Founding Fathers gave us a way to fix the problem. Patrick Murray (www.gopatrickmurray.com), Retired U.S. Army Colonel, reviews Article 5 of the Constitution and reveals a plan underway to convene a Convention of States. Two amendments are proposed: Congressional term limits and a balanced budget.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world. This week, John tackles the topic of iconoclasm.Read More
Each and every one of us has the potential to influence the world for good. John gives us two examples of individuals in this week’s boralogue who decided to step out in faith and help those in need. The first, George Weidenfeld, escaped the Nazis during WWII when brave Christians spirited him away from danger. Today, at the age of 95, George is still repaying that generosity by helping persecuted Christians in the Middle East escape violent Islamism. And Katherine Locke, a retired nurse in her 70s, helped Kurdish Christians in Iraq during the time of Saddam Hussein. We can make a difference. What will our influence be?
A Pakistani Christian, who we’ll name Pastor X, has fled his home with his family to another country. Authorities in that country are threatening to deport them back to Pakistan where being a Christian is a dangerous way of life. John has begun raising funds to help this family complete citizenship paperwork and avoid persecution. If you would like to help, go to our homepage (www.steelonsteel.com) and click on the link to support Pastor X.
Throughout WWII and the Cold War, the Soviet Union activated several journalists as spies. Matthew Vadum (www.matthewvadum.com), Senior Editor at the Capital Research Center, shows that journalists made excellent spies due to their high-level contacts in business and government, and their ability to influence those decision makers. Today, the media have evolved into activist journalists who think of themselves as correspondents of the world with no loyalty to America.
Exerting an enormous amount of influence on Pope Francis is his scientific advisor, Hans Schellnhuber, a devout atheist. Rejoining us is Matt Briggs (www.wmbriggs.com), Author and Adjunct Professor of Statistics at Cornell University, who discusses the Pope’s latest encyclical, the largely false information contained it, and how Francis’s advisor is pushing for a one –world government with a global council, an earth constitution, and a world court.
Finally, we welcome back Luis Fleischman (www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org), Senior Advisor at the Center for Security Policy. He recalls the cover-up surrounding the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was investigating an Iranian terrorist attack in Argentina in the 1990s. He shows Argentina’s stand with Iran against perceived imperialism from the West, socialist collaboration between Cuba and Venezuela, and terrorist security threats to the U.S. found in tunnels underneath our borders.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.Read More
Outrage is all the, well, rage these days. In this week’s boralogue, John examines stories generating much indignation in the news. First, the Obama administration wants to ban gun ownership for Social Security recipients, who lack the mental capacity to manage their own affairs. Question: who determines mental capacity? Also, when Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley recently said that all lives matter, he was booed by outraged protestors and later apologized! It should be a level playing field. We all have inherent rights that should apply to everyone equally. It’s a novel concept found in the Declaration of Independence. There are those who are destroying the moral foundation they stand on for the sake of being outraged.
Predictions are useful only if someone listens and takes heed. Back for another appearance is former Senior Associate at the U.S. Department of Education, Dennis Cuddy (www.newswithviews.com), who recalls many accurate predictions he made in 2013 and forecasts potential terrorist threats just around the corner, including large scale forest fires, poison spray at grocery stores, and IEDs damaging our transportation systems.
This week an undercover group exposed a profit-making scheme selling fetal body parts by Planned Parenthood. John Zmirak (www.saveourcentury.com), Senior Editor at The Stream, joins us and calls for the defunding of America’s largest abortion factory. He uncovers the history of the organization and its racist founder, Margaret Sanger, who would use any issue to advance her core ideology, built on an eroding foundation of sexual liberation and population control.
Joe Baker (www.savethestorks.com), Founder and President of Save the Storks, is on the front line in the abortion battle. Instead of protesting in anger, he shows how God continues to lead his organization’s efforts to educate expectant mothers outside abortion clinics so they can make an educated choice.
John transitions into a second boralogue imploring that each of us individually can stand up and make a difference in this world and that is things look darker, we should be more optimistic rather than worse. Through prayer and petition, God lead us to His good work.
Finally, we’ll continue the thread surrounding Pope Francis’s words and actions. Jorge Velarde Rosso (www.acton.org), Founder and Research Director of LIBERA in Bolivia, gives us a Bolivian Catholic’s perspective on the Pope’s recent visit to South America. Professor Rosso admits his distress at the Pope’s embrace of extreme leftist politics, but reveals he is not surprised given the political climate in Latin America.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world. John follows up on last week’s Section 6 with the details from the recent P5+1 Iranian nuclear agreement.Read More
Delivered as a special address on Memorial Day 2015, at Candlelight Christian Fellowship. John poses the question: “Did all the brave men and women who gave their lives for the freedoms we enjoy, die in vain?”
What has divided our country since before the Civil War, and widened the rift in recent decades? How can we redeem our freedoms and ensure the God-given liberty our founders intended for generations to come?
This may be one of the most important speeches of John’s career as he lays out where we’ve come from as a nation and what’s needed to regain our republic.
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