Crisis as a Pretext for Change
The Global Nervousness Index seems to be soaring lately with people
panicked about everything from economics to swine flu to airplanes
over Manhattan. The current global nervousness serves as a cover
for structuring new forms of government, supra-national agencies,
and banking systems because there aren’t many people watching. So
what might a new monetary system look like? Attorney Ellen Brown
is author of the book “Web of Debt,” and she joins us for the first
part of the program.
Then John links together the push for a fairness doctrine to
control speech on the airwaves or internet to other issues where a
slippery slope has prevailed. We follow the thought flow right
into an interview with attorney James Kalb, author of “The Tyranny
of Liberalism: Understanding and Overcoming Administered Freedom,
Inquisitorial Tolerance and Quality by Command.”
John’s boralogue projects the perfect financial storm beyond the
crisis window of 2009-2012 into the next decade, calling it the
Great American Train Wreck followed by a global war cycle of 2018.
Sorry. We do say it’s the best bad news in town.
P.S.: Don’t forget to live your life and serve God.