French Lesson

150051 12/19/2015

During the recent climate talks in Paris, the man most responsible for creating the climate change hysteria, Maurice Strong, passed away. In this week’s boralogue, John looks back at Strong’s motivations to establish a one-world government and how he used climate change to do that. He also looks at how those in power will say what is needed in order to maneuver the herd, while behind the scenes, they increase their power. Remember, when it comes to the powers that be, you should always look at what they do and not at what they say.

We continue our thread this week on gene editing and manipulation, welcoming to the show Philippa Taylor (, Head of Public Policy at Christian Medical Fellowship in the UK. She examines the battle between manipulating genes in order to prevent diseases versus the ethical concerns and safety to humans, as well as how scientists seem to jump into experiments rather than researching properly first.

Europe is ahead of the U.S. when it comes to political correctness and its response to Muslim immigration. Can we learn anything from this? Michel Gurfinkiel (, Founder and President of the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Institute in France, joins us to discuss the different types of Muslims in France, a surprising surge of support for ISIS among young Muslims, the comparisons between Islamists and anti-Semites today, and how America can learn from France and begin taking seriously the issue of immigration.

John finishes up this week with thoughts on the Fed raising the prime interest rate.

John’s quote of the week:
“As the herd runs in the wrong direction, don’t run with it. But don’t get trampled by it either.”

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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