Jan 12, 2019

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The Great Race

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We are skipping over the boralogue this week and jumping in with John Zmirak (www.stream.org), Senior Editor at The Stream, who examines the geopolitics of Syria and the Middle East as it pertains to the Kurds and the Turks, the battle between Iran and Israel, and how Christians are faring in the region.

The great race is on between the Federal Reserve and the Trump administration in the plan to hike interest rates. Stephen Moore (www.freedomworks.org), Senior Economic Contributor for Freedom Works and advisor to President Trump joins us to discuss the state of the economy, how to get spending under control, and the need to continue pro-growth policies.

The Catholic Church has entered into an agreement with the Chinese government that could be detrimental to Christians in China. Gina Goh (www.persecution.org), Southeast Asia Regional Manager for International Christian Concern, gives her observations on how the agreement is affecting local churches and how persecution there is strengthening Christians’ resolve.

Agenda 21 from the UN has now morphed into a new plan: Agenda 2030. Author and teacher Jeffrey Ludwig (www.americanthinker.com) points out that catch phrases in the new plan – positive rights, sustainable development, needs of the world – don’t actually achieve anything. The plan doesn’t specifically call for a one-world government, but it is a strong move forward in setting one up.

John’ s quote of the week:
We are in not a political clash but a philosophical clash. It’s a clash between the old Judeo-Christian western civilization model versus the regurgitation of the Neo-Marxist ideas of class struggle and warfare. They are both vying for control of the governments of the West.

This week we are changing up our Section 6 portion of the program – John will explain what our future plans are with that. We play snippets from a classic episode of Steel of Steel from November 2006 titled ‘Dancing with the Dialectic’.

 

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May 21, 2016

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Secret Things

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Is tangible money going by the wayside? Michael Snyder (www.theeconomiccollapseblog.com), Publisher of the Economic Collapse Blog, joins us to examine recent meetings among top financial executives to transfer to a cashless society and how dependence on electronic banking tethers us to both monetary institutions and the government.

Europe may soon be shouting, “Brexit stage left!” Bill Jasper (www.thenewamerican.com), Senior Editor at The New American discusses reactions from the powers that be to the UK’s potential departure from the EU, attempts to establish a one-world government and the destruction of national sovereignty.

John’s quote of the week:
“In any situation the rules don’t count, do your best to understand what’s happening and then take whatever action is appropriate to deal with the situation. And that often times means ignoring what the powers that be have to say.”

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May 14, 2016

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Debating the Definition

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John Kerry’s comments last week about a borderless world once again show us an underlying agenda to establish a one-world government. In this week’s boralogue John looks at the global governance push throughout history and shows how it explains the European migrant controversy today and the global elites’ opposition to Great Britain’s potential exit from the EU.

The concepts of gender identity and discrimination have transitioned from definitive to fluid recently with debates over who gets to marry whom and what bathroom should be used. Jenna Ellis (www.jennaellis.org), Attorney and Law Professor at Colorado Christian University rejoins us to discuss how the law is rendered meaningless through redefining terms and implores Christians and conservatives to fight to preserve truth or risk losing constitutional rights.

John takes a moment to give an update on the persecution of Christians around the world as well as comment on the failures of socialist economies.

Are Christians leaving the Holy Land and if so, what is the reason? We welcome Dr. Lawrence Franklin (www.gatestoneinstitute.org), former military attaché at the U.S. embassy in Israel, who examines Christian persecution in and expulsion from predominately Muslim countries, which reveals Islam’s plan to eradicate Christianity completely.

John’s quote of the week:
“Venezuela under Nicholas Maduro, successor of Hugo Chavez, is in a state of shipwreck. This is where all socialism winds up – when finally the vampire bleeds the victim dry, there’s nothing more you can do, and chaos usually follows.”

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Jan 2, 2016

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Looking Forward

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Farewell 2015, we hardly knew ye. Time flies as we welcome in the New Year. Happy 2016, everyone! We will dispense with the boralogue this week and jump right in with our first guest, Bill Koenig (www.watch.org), head of World Watch Daily, who looks at the year in review and what is to come.

In an extended conversation, Bill examines Donald Trump’s rise in popularity and the media’s dislike of it, the dynamics from last year’s comments by the Pope, how President Obama is viewed from inside our government, and what’s in store for Israeli-Palestinian relations this year. Can the world get crazier than it currently is? Dangerous question to ask.

How will the Middle East play out in 2016 and beyond? We welcome back long-time guest Avi Lipkin (www.vicmord.com), who shares his predictions of major geopolitical and military moves between Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, and Turkey, how immigration will further Islam’s war on the West, and a confrontation between the one-world government and Islam over power and money.

John’s quote of the week:

“The problem with the institutional racism game is … it’s like a game you get in to – you can’t win, you can’t break even, and you can’t get out of the game. And the only answer is not to play.”

Our Section 6 intelligence brief is on hiatus this week, but it will return next week.

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