This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a group dedicated to creating global socialism and a one-world government. Joining us today is Bill Jasper (thenewamerican.com), Senior Editor at The New American magazine. He describes how a vast majority of high-level government officials over the past 100 years has been a CFR member, excepting some members of the Trump administration. And it's not just politicians – there are people in foundations, corporations, think tanks, NGOs, and of course the media. He asserts that if you look at any major crisis over the past century – or even the past year – it will have CFR fingerprints all over it.
With the world in an upheaval, currencies inflating everywhere, religious persecution on the rise, and an alarming global surveillance state, a question that arises is: are we in the End Times? Andy Woods (sblc.org), Senior Pastor at Sugar Land Bible Church near Houston, Texas is here to answer that. He gives Biblical examples of what will happen and compares that with what we are seeing today. Technology may well be the vehicle that Antichrist uses to bring about a tribulating time. So with all that’s happening, you have to wonder if we are already in the End Times or if this is just the preparation period.
One the biggest concerns facing us – regardless of who emerges as the victor in this election – is the threat of globalism. Back with us this week is Alex Newman (thenewamerican.com), Senior Editor at the New American magazine, who looks deeper into the United Nations' new plan for globalism called the Great Reset. They plan to eliminate individual freedom, sovereignty, and the free economic system, not to mention Christianity. Everything that God has ordained on this earth, they want to flip upside down. It's not so much a reset of the current system as it is a complete abolishment of it.
Why is it that the division and rancor is so great today but a few decades ago, it wasn't nearly as bad? John takes a look at the differences between then and now in terms of commonality of worldviews. We didn't get here overnight; it took years to create the divide. We then replay a still relevant speech John gave in 2007 entitled, 'How Did We Get Here?' He discusses the Marxist takeover of education and the rise of consensus thinking.
Finally, there is a push by far left groups to end-run the electoral college by enacting the National Popular Vote movement. State legislatures would agree to send electors to vote based on who won the popular vote nationally – regardless of who won the individual state. Trent England (saveourstates.com), Founder and Executive Director of Save Our States, is back with us to discuss how this would change politics for the worse, forcing politicians to placate their base rather than building coalitions.
One the biggest concerns facing us – regardless of who emerges as the victor in this election – is the threat of globalism. Back with us today is Alex Newman (thenewamerican.com), Senior Editor at the New American magazine, who looks deeper into the United Nations' globalist plan called the Great Reset. He examines the plan to eliminate individual freedom, sovereignty, and the free economic system. Everything that God has ordained on this earth, they want to flip upside down. It's not so much a reset of the current system as it is a complete abolishment of it.