Apr 30, 2016

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Separation from Reality

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It’s becoming clearer who the two candidates for U.S. president are going to be this fall. With all the campaign nonsense being discussed, we have to ask: is this the best we can do? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at serious issues facing the planet, including the upcoming Israeli-Palestinian peace summit and political reactions from Europe to Israel to Russia. Whoever our next president is will need to ignore the nonsense and address these sober matters.

War in Syria has raged for many years now, but do we really know what’s happening on the ground there? Jonathan Spyer (www.rubincenter.org), Director of the Rubin Center for Research in International Affairs, has covered the Syrian war from the beginning and discusses the transition from battling a brutal regime to more sectarian violence as well as the possibility of independence for the Kurdish people.

How do politically correct leftists get around that pesky First Amendment to shut down free speech? In a second boralogue, John examines consensus thinking, self-censorship, and using institutional racism as a way to inhibit speech. Free speech is under attack. We need to tell those attacking it that we will not sit down and we will not shut up!

Could we be heading for some cold times ahead, despite the constant trumpeting of global warming activists? We welcome back John Casey (www.veritence.net), President of Veritence Corporation, who reveals that in the next 25-30 years, we will see record low energy output from the sun, decreasing temperatures, which will affect not only crops, but also the frequency of earthquakes and volcanic activity.

John’s quote of the week:
“Bear in mind that the people today telling us that we have to self-sensor when we talk about Islam or some other minority group, is the same group that had open season on Christianity in academia and the media for the last 50 years.”

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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Jun 9, 2012

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Iran vs. Winston Churchill: Years Apart But So Together

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In the Syrian civil war, all sorts of proxy nations are becoming involved in the conflict but children are hurt the worst with hundreds dying. Attorney Brooke Goldstein (www.childrensrightsinstitute.org) is director of the Children’s Rights Institute.

One thing is clear, sooner or later the U.S. and Israel will be involved in some kind of conflict with Iran; it’s just a question of when and how much. The diplomatic situation closely resembles the run-up to Germany’s invasion of Poland in 1939 when France and Great Britain kept trying to placate Hitler. Dr. James Hutchens is a retired brigadier general and president of the Jerusalem Connection International (www.thejerusalemconnection.us).

The religious right has spent decades fighting skirmishes in the culture war but it seems to be losing a lot of them. Why is that? Because they relinquished the major war to the other side decades ago and refused to fight the main battle. Darrow Miller is founder of the Disciple Nations Alliance (www.disciplenations.org) and author of “Emancipating the World.”

John’s boralogue describes how the global situation seems to resemble an ant hill on a warm day, but that behind all of the movement there are critical discernible patterns. Among two of these patterns are an approaching date with destiny as far as a global monetary crisis and a war with Iran of some sort in the Middle East.

 

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