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Flashback: Consensus Round Table 2003

Broadcast Running Time: 57:19

John Loeffler

November 27, 2020

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There is a great co-opting of America, as John has said in times past.  For this day after Thanksgiving, we are flashing back to March 2003 to a round table discussion on Steel about consensus thinking with four participants: Charlotte Iserbyt, Sarah Leslie, Steve Goss and Dr. Robert Klenck.

The participants give detailed explanations how consensus thinking is used methodically by governments, churches, private corporations, and schools to confuse people and convince them into going along with hidden agendas. Remember what John has always said about consensus: break the word into two parts, con and senses – you are being conned out of your senses.  So beware, enjoy the blast from the past, and marvel at how relevant this information still is today.

Bill Federer Part 2: Socialism Today

Broadcast Running Time: 29:55

John Loeffler

September 8, 2020

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Author and historian Bill Federer (www.americanminute.com) returns for part 2 of our conversation on the ravages of socialism. On today's podcast, he focuses on modern-day socialism from Pol Pot to Hitler to Mao to the USSR – it's been tried many times but it never succeeds. Modern socialism, is, though, far more organized than in times past and has instituted steps to create crises in order to offer solutions that benefit the State and erode the people's freedoms.

Bill looks at the current riots in this country, the planning that goes into them, the training of the people on the ground (most of whom aren't from the area), and the money behind it. It is awfully similar to the rise of socialism in the last century. Ultimately, it's all about the Marxist State ruling with an iron fist and gradually wiping out the freedoms this country was founded on.