Nov 14, 2009

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Can the West Disconnect from the Middle East?

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The first signs of consciousness that there is an emerging energy
crisis seem to be appearing. The Guardian newspaper in Great
Britain carried an important article this week alleging that the
IEA has been suppressing the increasingly dire situation of the
global energy situation. You can expect this to grow over time.

Much revolving around the Middle East: a conference on peace in
Washington, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a secret
meeting with President Obama. In the aftermath of the UN’s
Goldstone Report, ignored is that under the Oslo peace
process, the economic conditions of Palestinians had entered a
golden age of capitalism and there was open economic cooperation
between Israelis and Palestinians. That was until Yassir Arafat
came home and wrecked it all. George Gilder (www.gildertech.com)
is author of “The Israel Test,” a narrative of how technologically
interconnected the U.S. and Israel really are.

By listener request, Dr. Chuck Missler from Koinonia House
ministries (www.khouse.org) returns to the program for a free-
running conversation on the religious and prophetic implications of
global events.

John’s boralogue examines the arbitrary nature of hate laws in the
light of the Ft. Hood attacks, where the hate-monitoring
organizations remained stunningly silent and the media fell all
over themselves to avoid saying the obvious.

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