Sometimes it takes someone who grew up under communism to see what's truly happening to this country right now. Paul Dragu (thenewamerican.com), Communications Director for the John Birch Society, grew up in communist Romania and recognizes many facets from the Communist Manifesto playing out in the U.S. today. He explains how the Deep State has gradually and intentionally infiltrated academia and other institutions to enact their agenda. But after years of ignoring the warning signs, people are beginning to wake up. He offers tips on how best to push back against this attempted takeover.
How does the globalist Great Reset relate to the recent World Economic Forum? John welcomes back long-time friend of the show, researcher and writer Carl Teichrib (gameofgods.ca), who attended the Forum a couple of weeks ago. He looks at common buzzwords like sustainability, worldwide unity, and peace through global government, while also explaining the meaning of stakeholder capitalism. Religious groups are joining the fray as well, making way for what he calls a new gospel for the earth. Just exactly what are we resetting to?
With a return to liberal power in the United States, what does the future of the Second Amendment look like? Joining us is Michael Hammond (gunowners.org), Legislative Counsel for Gun Owners of America. His organization has been successful in pushing back against red flag laws and other legislation antithetical to the Second Amendment. The key to staying successful, he states, is keeping the filibuster.
After John explains the leftist attack of the comma-buts, he welcomes retired engineer John Green to the show to discuss the politicization of the court system in America. It was set up to be free of politics so that justice could be blind, but now the blindfold been thrown away. Activist judges are finding things in the Constitution that weren't written there and are legislating from the bench to avoid the amendment process. Can we get back to a judicial level playing field?
Does history really repeat itself and can we learn from it? David Satter (davidsatter.com), Editorial Author at the Wall Street Journal, joins us to report on his experiences as a journalist in 1970s and '80s Soviet Russia and how it compares to America today. In both eras, media engaged in pushing an ideology instead of reporting the facts. In totalitarian societies, media and others in power threaten to disrupt your future, through cancel culture or other means, forcing people to self-censor. It happened in the Soviet Union. It's beginning to happen here.
Tuesday saw Georgia fall to the democrats and Wednesday saw chaos in our nation's capital. Is there hope for America's future? John, Carol, and Steve sit down for a studio roundtable to look at where we've been and where we could be headed. Just like in the 1770s, the people today are not being represented by their government officials. Is there anything we can do? Will it take a revolution or can we solve things peacefully? It's tough to see but there is hope for the future.
How do globalists go about furthering their agenda? They have a long rolling plan that's easy to spot if you know what to look for. John finishes out the show this week looking at the EU's plan to erode national sovereignty, doing it slowly until their objective is met. And he explains how change agents work and what to look for when they come to your town. Whether it be the EU or Marxists working in this country, gradual pressure is put on us until the pain of leaving their oppressive regime is greater than the pain of caving to their agenda.
How do globalists go about furthering their agenda? They have a long rolling plan that's easy to spot if you know what to look for. On today's podcast, John starts out the new year describing this long-rolling agenda and the ultimate goal of eroding sovereignty. The European Union has done this. Even the U.S. government has done this toward the states for the last century. It's a way to contain the debate and get people gradually used to the new markers that are set until the objective is met. John explains the plans of change agents who bring these agendas to your town. Whether it be the EU or the Marxists working in this country, they put gradual pressure on us until the pain of leaving their oppressive regime is greater than the pain of caving to their agenda.
Apostasy used to mean abandoning or renouncing the faith. Today, many churches are turning woke – a modern day renunciation that isn't looked upon as apostasy. Duke Pesta (fpeusa.org), Director of the Freedom Project Academy, is back with us for an extended interview this week to discuss the battle between Christianity and Marxism and why they are so antithetical. We're in a spiritual war but many church leaders are too weak or too ignorant of Christian history to fight this battle. Will we be strong enough to fight? When the persecution comes to our country and our churches, where will we stand?
How did the church – and our society – end up where we are today? John finishes up the show this week looking at how the globalists have moved us along these past several decades and where we are right now. The globalists are they're planning to reset things to a pre-Trump erosion of national sovereignty as soon as they can. So it may be a new environment we're walking into, but the work of God's Kingdom continues and it will be up to us, as the world aligns against the church, to figure out our place in it.
Protests have erupted around the United States. Why is it happening and what can it tell us about other areas of the world? In this week's boralogue, John looks at how people are protesting against the media, politicians, and the education elites who are trying to push their ideologies in the midst of a crisis. Those institutions are lashing out now that they are being challenged. John also reminds us that while we have the right to protest and attend church online in the U.S., people in other countries are not afforded that luxury.
Dr. Anthony Fauci recently commented that we may be headed toward a national immunity ID card for everyone. Writer and researcher Dennis Behreandt (www.thenewamerican.com) joins us to discuss whether an immunity ID will blossom into a national or international ID and how it's being developed in the shadows and without the consent of the populace.
With the help of clips from the McAlvany Weekly Commentary, John de-tangles the mess that is the oil markets this week, explaining the trades at negative values and the overall fragility of the global economic system.
Are we approaching a cold war with China? Retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Robert Spalding (www.hudson.org) is back with us to point out that we've already been in a cold war with China, only now we are fighting back. He also covers how our biased media is running interference for the Chinese Communist Party.
Christian persecution occurs almost everywhere, but there's been a surprising uptick in the Westersphere. Ellen Fantini (www.intoleranceagainstchristians.eu), Executive Director of the Observatory on Intolerance Against Christians in Europe discusses the various sources of pressure against Christians in the West and how speech is being hijacked to silence the politically incorrect.
John's quote of the week:
“Agendas tend to rumble along underneath the surface being funded either by government or private organizations. Then invariably something will happen – an opportunistic event. Suddenly you see the agendas pop above the surface that have been there all along.”
On this week's extra segment, we play a boralogue from August 2018 regarding the slow-rolling agenda of globalists. John provides several examples from history where globalists are blatantly telling us what they plan to do. Then we play the follow-up interview on globalism with Alex Newman from that same week.