Dec 1, 2018

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Imposter Worldview

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There are a lot of issues circulating in the world right now and very few of them are accurately reported on. In this week’s boralogue, John jumps from issue to issue, covering the possible halting of the Fed’s rate raising cycle, how support for Mahmoud Abbas is down and support for Israel is up, and the agreement between the Vatican and communist China that seems a little too familiar. Worldviews can somehow be both popular and dysfunctional at the same time.

From the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution, this country was founded on unity, but today it seems to be all about division. We welcome back author and historian Daniel Mallock (www.newenglishreview.org) to discuss the Alinsky tactics of division and constant friction that lead to chaos and loss of freedom. It’s up to us to identify these threats and push back on them.

Europe has also come a long way ideologically, though they are further down the road to division. Writer and retired oncologist David Stolinsky (www.stolinsky.com) analyzes the differences in Europe, both past and present and shows how leftist ideologies are gaining a foothold in America in his home state of California.

The term ‘navigable’ has changed dramatically over the past 10 years. Anthony Francois (www.pacificlegal.org), Senior Attorney with Pacific Legal Foundation, examines how the EPA has deemed tiny draining ditches on private property as navigable and how the Clean Water Act has gone from fighting pollution to becoming a land grab for the government.

John’s quote of the week:
Governments always act in their own best interest, not necessarily in the interests of the people. Because of that, they are most likely to define out of existence those things that would criticize the government itself. Lo and behold, this is exactly what we find happening in Europe.”

In this week’s Section 6, John looks at Russia’s recent skirmish with Ukrainian ships off the Black Sea, failing worldviews in Europe, a mysterious wave-like rumble around the world, as well as other science and legal news stories.

 

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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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Jul 15, 2017

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Security Weekend

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President Trump lauded the benefits and wonders of western civilization in his speech in Poland last week. As predicted, the media and the left protested and lost their minds. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at why President Trump’s speech was not advocating white supremacy, as some on the left suggest, and why the West is a wonderful culture. Millions around the world fight to immigrate to the West. It is not because it’s a horrible civilization.

The Drug Enforcement Agency’s mission is to enforce drug laws and bring to justice criminals and organizations who endanger our country through illegal drug trafficking. Retired DEA Special Agent Jeffrey Higgins (www.jeffreyjameshiggins.com) joins us on security weekend to discuss the nexus between drug trafficking and terrorism and examine the pros and cons of legalizing certain drugs.

At the forefront of securing our nation is Immigration and Customs Enforcement, formerly the INS, whose mission is to govern our borders and enforce federal customs and immigration laws. Michael Cutler (www.michaelcutler.net), Retired Special Agent with INS analyzes America’s immigration problems and the criminals who circumvent the system, enter our country, and ultimately terrorize our citizens.

John’s quote of the week:
“The very same people who are preaching to us that all cultures are equal want all of these immigrants from Africa and the Middle East and Latin America to invade western countries. The question is: why do those people want to come here? Because they know the culture they’re fleeing from is not equal to western civilization. It is better in the western countries.”

This week on Section 6 we’ll talk about civil asset forfeiture and IRS abuse, scripture and science, the importance of worldviews, and a historical outlook of Christianity and western civilization.

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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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