Feb 14, 2009

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Six-Legged Warriors

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Another busy show today. Oh well, its gives us all something to do
over the weekend.

John starts off by explaining how an international monetary crisis
is morphing into an international geopolitical crisis, with the
rising potential for armed conflict. Two themes predominate: The
crisis supposedly demonstrates failed “liberal capitalism” and
there’s a call for a “new order” globally, which strangely enough
looks a lot like the “global governance” the internationalists have
been pushing for a long time, repackaged into something supposedly
“new.”

Then we’ll journey back to the future for the next push in creating
a trans-Texas corridor. Hey we thought that was dead! The Texas
legislature said so. Aw, fooled us. It’s just been broken up into
separate pieces of legislation and the politicians are hoping no
one notices. Tom DeWeese from www.americanpolicy.org joins us.

As the global economic situation becomes more unstable in the
crisis window, competition for food and energy is going to become
acute. Bio-terrorism will probably rise and one form few suspect
uses insects to do the dirty work. Professor Jeffrey Lockwood from
the University of Wyoming is author of the book “Six Legged
Warriors.”

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