Oct 8, 2016

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Unusual Alliances

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Campaigning for his wife this week, Bill Clinton seemed to disparage Obamacare. Was it a faux pas or a deliberate move? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the lies surrounding Obamacare and reminds us that the goal from the beginning was to establish a government-run single payer health care system. Politicians will once again offer to solve the problem that they caused in the first place.

Why would Black Lives Matter align with anti-Semitic groups, or LGBT associations defend the actions of Muslims? Philip Carl Salzman (www.mcgill.ca), Professor at McGill University in Quebec, Canada, discusses intersectionality among “oppressed” groups, multiculturalism versus dissent, and Marxism in academia.

The reality behind taxes, the economy and job numbers is far different than what you’re hearing from either presidential candidate during the debates. David McAlvany (www.mcalvany.com), President and CEO of McAlvany Financial Group, reveals the truth and shows that what you are seeing in the stock market today is nothing but an illusion.

John’s quote of the week:
“Politicians will tell you they feel your pain even when it is they who are causing much of your pain by the rotten policies they’ve implemented. They will say, ‘don’t you care about the poor,’ but it’s the poor who get beaten up the worst when everything is done.”

As always, join us online for our Section 6 intelligence briefing featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

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Mar 26, 2016

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Forgettism

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Loss of identity and purpose can be alarming. John shows us just how alarming in this week’s boralogue as he connects the tragic bombings in Belgium, President Obama’s trip to Cuba, and the competing worldviews in the 2016 U.S. election cycle. There is a purposeful forgetting about where we came from and who we are, and it is causing more forceful worldviews to surface. We must remember.

The primary worldview surfacing to replace freedom and liberty is Marxism. Philip Carl Salzman (www.mcgill.ca), Anthropology Professor at McGill University in Quebec, discusses the century-long infiltration of Marxism in academia and correctly defines two problematic outcomes of it: multiculturalism and social justice.

In an extended boralogue, John exposes the truth behind everyone’s T-shirt hero, Che Guevara and Cuba’s communist history, and shows how socialism needs capitalism to rescue it from its own failures.

Finally, we welcome Michael Curtis (www.polisci.rutgers.edu), Professor Emeritus at Rutgers University, who examines the geopolitics of Russia, the Middle East peace process, and the need for America’s foreign policy to improve.

John’s quote of the week:
“The problem we are having in the West is we are listening to several different narratives of who we are, where we come from, and those values upon which we stand. One of those narratives is a solid one: the original one that stood, created Western civilization, and has lasted for 1500 years, and it still works for anyone who tries it.”

We wish everyone a safe and happy Easter.

We are taking a break from Section 6 this holiday weekend, but it will return next week with analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

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