Geopolitical Globalist Hymnal

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180051 12/22/2018

Merry Christmas everyone! We will skip the boralogue this holiday weekend and jump right in with Salim Mansur (, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Western Ontario, who examines the downward trend in mainstream media popularity, the similarities between the leaders of France and Canada, and the UN’s attempt to overshadow national sovereignty.

Is there really a secret cabal of puppeteers pulling the global levers of power? We welcome back to the program investigative journalist and political analyst Daniel Estulin ( to review geopolitics from the global banking financiers whose hands are in everything to the conceptual plans different countries have for the future.

John’s quote of the week:
As we go into Christmas, remember to keep Christ in Christmas. This is what it’s all about. You can’t believe if you have nothing to believe in and Santa won’t fill the bill. You can’t have Christmas without the Christ and you can’t have salvation without a savior.

In this week’s special holiday Section 6, we play an interview John gave with KYMS, a local radio station, where he and the host discuss the decline in church attendance, anti-Christian agendas in public schools, cultural Marxism, and an update on the martyred church.


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