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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Aug 19, 2017

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Trying to Eclipse the President

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Right versus Left, KKK versus Antifa, hate versus hate. The events in Charlottesville last weekend were horrible, but why is there still such a problem with hate in this country? In this week’s extended boralogue, John shows that social justice warriors need chaos, regardless of the pain it causes, to achieve their transformation of society. Socialism is the goal and our freedoms are the cost.

The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) is urging cities to ignore President Trump. Pat Wood (www.technocracy.news), Editor-in-Chief of Technocracy News, examines the sustainable development agenda and ICLEI’s insistence on upholding the Paris agreement, and shows that we are moving toward a cashless society.

Economics and politics go hand in hand. Long-time friend of the show Don McAlvany (mcalvanyica.com), Founder of McAlvany Financial Group, joins us to discuss the globalist hatred toward President Trump as well as the state of the global financial markets.

Native Americans are affected by our government’s economic decisions as much as or more so than anyone else. Leslie Solliday (www.aicm.org), Executive Director of the American Indian Christian Mission, looks at the state of welfare on Native American reservations and offers solutions on how to help them become more independent from government.

John’s quote of the week:
“Don’t let the Left versus Right tension fool you. The real fight today is over freedom itself. Freedom of each individual in the country regardless of race or religion to have certain thoughts and hold intelligent conversation based on accurate facts, rather than to be forced to adhere to dictated beliefs. And if freedom of speech doesn’t survive, neither will freedom.”

This week on Section 6, John covers the media and their obsession with selective facts, a primer on effective ways to debate, the removing of statues and revising history, a Christian view of suicide, and finally, recognizing worldviews when they present themselves. Stay tuned, it’s gonna be packed!

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Aug 29, 2015

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Globalism

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Calls for a global government have been public and often for nearly a century. This week, John recalls the history of globalism from its roots in the NEA to calls for worldwide political unification from the United Nations. From the beginning, the goal has been to indoctrinate students to think as global citizens and to steer them away from the values of their parents and their churches. As we hurtle headlong toward a new world order, many of those “multicultural” students are leading the charge.a

The UN summit for the adoption of sustainable development policies will be held in New York in late September and will feature several world leaders, including Pope Francis. Globalism is alive and well with the plan to “transform our world.”

Joining our globalism roundtable discussion this week are:

Dr. Dennis Cuddy (www.newswithviews.com), Former Senior Associate at the U.S. Department of Education, Pat Wood (www.technocracyrising.com), Founder of the August Corporation and author of Technocracy Rising, and Brannon Howse (www.worldviewweekend.com), Host and President of Worldview Weekend.

We are approaching watershed events on the world stage in the areas of economics, geopolitics, and religion. Our guests discuss the path to global government, the rise in prominence of technocracy, and the role of Bible prophecy in the one world government. Do the global elites have a strategy to bring forth a new world order from the old chaos? Will technocracy improve our lives or curtail our freedoms? Is there a demonic influence behind the planned global dictatorship? We are in a battle of world views. It’s our responsibility to be ready and be educated.

The Section 6 intelligence briefing is on hiatus this week as we take some time off for the summer. It will return in September.

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May 2, 2015

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Sustainable Drooling

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Christine Lagarde of the IMF, President Obama, and Pope Francis are all drooling anthropogenic global warming – bring on the carbon tax! The Vatican hosted a confab this week about global warming. In his boralogue, John highlights the socialist buzz words found in UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s keynote address at the Vatican. It seems ‘sustainable development’ is not only the main topic of the speech, it also gets the drool flowing. We’ll take a look at sustainability this week.

When the Soviet Union collapsed and the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, what was a socialist to do? Thank goodness the concept of global warming came along a few years later. And with it came the new, rather vague, concept of sustainability. We welcome to the program Dr. Peter Wood (www.nas.org), President of the National Association of Scholars, who sheds some light on this popular issue. Several college campuses offer sustainability courses, but is it more about indoctrination and less about education? “It’s a shame in this country,” Peter says, “when the institution most dedicated to free speech has become the institution most hostile to free speech.”

This week, a massive earthquake struck Nepal, killing more than 5,000, injuring twice that many, and toppling thousands of homes and historic buildings. With the casualty numbers sure to rise, Dr. Paul Williams, M.D. (www.whenallplansfail.com), author of the emergency preparedness series When All Plan Fail, rejoins us to talk about the human toll and what we can do to help.

You’ve heard us mention on the program that the United States is slowly becoming an oligarchic dictatorship. Ellen Brown (www.publicbankinginstitute.org), Founder and Senior Advisor of the Public Banking Institute, discusses what that would look like. She also shows how the Trans Pacific Partnership is one of the catalysts pushing us toward this oligarchy.

Join us as we continue our weekly intelligence news briefing, Section 6, which features Our weekly intelligence news briefing, Section 6!comments by John on important stories making news around the world. This week, John takes an extensive look at the rumblings of war on the global chessboard. You can feel it coming.

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