Feb 3, 2018

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Smiley Fist

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Since 2015, there has been a rise in the number of violent attacks in Germany. In this week’s abbreviated boralogue, John looks at elevated incidents of attacks by Muslim migrants in Europe, especially Germany, and how police are, at times, outnumbered. The problem cannot be solved however, because talking about it lands you in hot water with political correctness proponents.

How constricted is free speech in Germany? Writer, journalist, and political analyst Judith Bergman (www.gatestoneinstitute.org) discusses censorship online, Antisemitism among migrants, and the new Islamophobia rules enacted in Europe.

Our clip of the week features Tristan Azbej of Hungary commenting on why we in the West have ignored Christianity as our heritage and have failed to take action on Christian persecution.

In an effort to understand the proponents of the new world order, John explains their history and plays clips of globalists openly explaining their plan to dissolve national sovereignty.

Finally we look at Marxism and its roots in Europe with Paul Gottfried (www.hlmenckenclub.org), President of the H.L. Mencken Club. He describes the ideology of the Frankfurt School and how Marxism has infiltrated our schools and infected a large portion of U.S. politics.

John’s quote of the week:
Totalitarianism is always sold to the people in terms of ‘isn’t this wonderful, it’s prosperous, free healthcare, blah blah blah,’ but when it fails and people begin to point out the failings, the fangs really come out. That’s what I call the smiley fist – imagine a fist with the traditional smiley face painted on it – so it looks like a smiley fist and they say ‘aren’t we happy’ – POW! and then they will come down on you.

In this week’s Section 6, John looks at the geopolitical landscape with the Kurds, Turkey, and Russia as well as the media’s tendency to ignore the important issues. He goes on to study President Trump’s strategy in the Jerusalem declaration, the Catholic Church in China, and Antisemitism in Poland. John finishes up with the 20+-week abortion bill and more dust-ups between Israel and Iran.

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Feb 28, 2015

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Technocracy

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With the upcoming speech to Congress by Benjamin Netanyahu, John’s extended boralogue this week focuses on the political battle behind the scenes, the differences in worldviews between Israel’s prime minister and President Obama, and how political reality is not driving the wagon in the West. John goes on to explore the history of U.S.-Israeli relations and touches on a few persecution stories making headlines this week.

Patrick Wood (www.technocracyrising.com), Founder of the August Corporation and author of the new book Technocracy Rising, discusses the new globalization plan, massive data collection, and its inevitable endgame. This is all being done without the consent of the governed and it’s heading toward a scientific dictatorship.

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