Globalists have for decades tried to transform the world order and establish a one-world government. And they'll use whatever crisis they can to accomplish that. Back with us today is Alex Newman (thenewamerican.com), Senior Editor at The New American. He examines events leading up to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, including divisions within the Russian Orthodox Church in both countries. He discusses the fallacy that Christianity and Marxism are similar – a common leftist narrative. He even looks at conflicting messaging by both the right and the left regarding good guys and bad guys in the war. Maybe the only way to truly understand what's going on is to understand how the globalists are using division and confusion with this conflict to realize their plans.
Building on last week's boralogue, John looks at the current battles being waged in front of and behind the scenes to explain what we are seeing today. There are many revolutions, including the battle between freedom and Marxism, as well as fractures within both major political parties between those who want the status quo and those who advocate for massive change. These revolutions are playing out in our cities and on our televisions right now.
These riots and protests and revolutions are not this country's first rodeo. Former FBI Counter-terrorism Assistant Director Terry Turchie (www.tkassociatesllc.com) joins us to examine anarchists of yesteryear, such as the Weather Underground, and compare them to the radicals we see today. For one political party, today's platform is yesterday's manifesto.
Just like oil and water, Communism and Christianity do not mix. Geopolitical analyst Brandon Weichert (www.weichertreport.com) is back with us to discuss how the Christian Church in China has become an increasing threat to the ruling power, and how that power is stifling speech and freedom by shuttering churches and persecuting believers.