Dec 26, 2015

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Order Out of Chaos

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Merry Christmas everyone! We are airing this on December 26th, which is the Feast of Saint Stephen. In this week’s boralogue, John takes a closer look at the first martyr and what it means to die for something. Is anything worth dying for? The true meaning of Christmas is tied to our savior, Jesus Christ, who died for us so that we may live. He opened a door for us, clearing away meaninglessness, and showing us that Truth is worth living for and it’s worth dying for.

Some people are able to accurately predict things when they look at the evidence. One of the best, Dr. Dennis Cuddy, (www.newswithviews.com), retired Senior Associate at the U.S. Department of Education, accurately predicted the recent terror attack in Paris. He forecasts examples of future terrorist attacks in America, and shows us how ill-prepared U.S. leadership is to thwart them. Is it incompetence? Or is there an organized plan – Alinsky’s order out of chaos – behind the goals of the powers that be?

Anti-Semitism in Europe is growing from not only the Islam side, but also from the far right, forcing Jews into a vice. We welcome back Susan Warner (www.israelolivetree.org), Co-Founder of Olive Tree Ministries, who examines the shift in climate among European Christians that condones anti-Semitism, shows how Jews are leaving in droves, and reveals how political correctness will not allow authorities to fix the problem.

John’s quote of the week:
“If what seems to be logical is not happening, then you know automatically there’s another agenda rolling underneath the surface.”

Our Section 6 intelligence brief will take a two-week hiatus during the Christmas holiday. It will return in 2016. In the meantime, have a very merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year.

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