Stealth Jihad

160025 06/18/2016

Will gun control eliminate or even lessen the spate of mass shootings like the ones we’ve experienced in the past 36 months? In this week’s boralogue, John shows that gun regulations ultimately harm law abiding citizens, like those who may need to protect themselves from mass shooters, and will do nothing to stop criminals’ intent on wreaking havoc. If allowed to continue, political correctness – false narratives about gun control, refusing to correctly identify the problem, etc – will only succeed in getting us killed.

How prevalent is silent jihad in America? Joining us is Clare Lopez (, Vice President for Research and Analysis at the Center for Security Policy, who examines the interrelation of Islam and Sharia, and reveals the true motivation behind the Gulen Movement – a network of schools in the U.S. designed to promote not just Turkish culture but also jihadist teachings.

With the Brexit vote coming up next week, we look at the EU’s beginning and how the CIA had a hand in setting it up. Alex Newman (, correspondent for the New American discusses the push for a global government in establishing the EU and the goal of creating transnational regions with no sovereignty and unelected courts to rule over them.

Good news in the area of tamping down government overreach. Reed Hopper (, Environmental Attorney for Pacific Legal Foundation shares his recent legal win in the Supreme Court guaranteeing the rights of property owners to challenge federal agency abuses of the Clean Water Act.

John’s quote of the week:
“Why didn’t we have large numbers of shooting like this 50 years ago? It’s that the morality of the country has changed and that’s why you’re seeing the increase in violence. Until you get that under control, you won’t get the violence under control – no matter how many laws you pass.”

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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