Every few months or so, we break out the crystal ball with esteemed futurist James Kunstler (kunstler.com), who is back with us today, to see where we're headed. James looks at the future of economics and culture, and how if we are expecting to live in an orderly society in the next several decades, we are mistaken. He examines the impending economic reset, debt forgiveness, and how the economic elites see the future versus how he sees it. He explores the future of cities and suburbs, realistically looking at today's realities to predict tomorrow's likelihoods. No one knows the future, but if he's proven correct, we need to be prepared for the tough times ahead.
One key measure at the heart of our divide in this country is the definition of core values. In this week's boralogue, John looks at the egregious things proposed and enacted by those in charge, using the crisis as an excuse, and the protests rising up against them. Inside the division, it all comes down to the definition of core values: their core values, which go against constitutional freedoms, are vastly different than ours.
Is there a population control aspect related to this virus and others that came before it? Back with us is long-time friend of the program, historian and former Senior Associate at the Department of Education, Dennis Cuddy. He focuses on how elites have historically been using viruses, among other things, to further their globalist goals, and how this current virus was predicted back in 2015.
How are the climate alarmists dealing with this virus crisis? Rupert Darwell (www.whwg.com), Consulting Director at the White House Writers Group, joins us from England to discuss how the global warming narrative seems to be sputtering amidst the global pandemic. He also looks at the geopolitics and future of climate alarmism.
Finally John welcomes Allie Parker (www.darkallieadvocacy.weebly.com), wife, mother, and family advocate, who examines the scary phenomenon of medical kidnapping and the weaponization of child protective services. After experiencing it herself, Allie now provides guidance to innocent parents who have been falsely accused of child abuse.
John's quote of the week:
“Whenever utopian thinking comes in, not only does there have to be control of population and what they think and what they do, but also who gets to live and who gets to die based on some system that's set up by the elites. And by the way, they are never the first ones to go.”
On this week's extra segment, we play John's recent appearance on radio program It Seems To Me with Spokane radio legend Tom Read. They discuss how badly media has behaved during the Trump administration era and how lopsided to the left their information is. They also mention that if a radio program or station is important to listeners, they should support them.
Things are changing rapidly with the Covid-19 virus and things can seem a little chaotic. In this week's boralogue, John stays out of the weeds and looks at where things are heading. There are several different possibilities for the financial market following this black swan event. No matter the direction, though, the same tired responses that have failed in the past, will fail again.
Following up on the boralogue, John welcomes to the show Retired Air Force Brigadier General Robert Spalding (www.hudson.org), who highlights how China is using our capital markets to fund their own initiatives, many of which are not beneficial to the U.S. or to freedom in general.
So what is the future of the economy? Author and longtime Money Manager Dan Perkins (www.danperkinsatsanibel.com) takes a close look at the reactions and panic surrounding this crisis and where he sees the markets and the global economy heading.
John finishes up this week with an important look at the changing geopolitical chessboard, featuring Russia, China, the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East.
John's quote of the week:
"The world is bloated with debt and a sound economy is needed to service that debt. This crisis, whether you think it's a real crisis or an imagined crisis or a deep crisis, the emotional, psychological response at the end of the day is what is going to drive this whole global economy."
On this week's extra segment, we play a double feature of H1N1 coverage from a decade ago. First up is ENT Specialist Dr. Elaina George from November 2009, who discusses the lethality of that virus compared to others as well as the potential danger in vaccines. We follow that up with the late great Dr. Stan Monteith from April 2010, who also examines vaccines and goes into the hype surrounding the H1N1 pandemic.