In the past couple of days, John has been a guest on two separate radio stations here in the Inland Northwest. We will play both of his interviews today. First, John was featured on KYMS with Lee Lancaster as he is every month. John and Lee discuss leftist legislation and judicial activism, the church during times of trial, and religious persecution – especially against Christians. He then met with local radio legend Tom Read for his personal program 'It Seems to Me.' John chats with Tom about bias in the media.
We have commented regularly on the program about the persecution of Uyghur Muslims in China. Today, we interview an advocate for them, Salih Hudayar (east-turkistan.net), Prime Minister of the East Turkistan Government-in-Exile. He discusses China's reinstatement onto the UN Human Rights Council and gives details of the persecution inside of China's re-education camps, including forced organ transplants.
John finishes up the podcast today with a sobering and sometimes graphic update on religious persecution, not only in China, but also in Pakistan, Egypt, Russia, Nigeria, and Kenya.
Once a month John visits the studios of KYMS radio here in the Inland Northwest and chats with host Lee Lancaster about a variety of topics. On today’s bonus podcast, John and Lee discuss the increasing chaos surrounding masks in this country as well as how Christianity is once again being attacked, this time in conjunction with the Supreme Court pick. They also cover the corruption of education along with leftist and media hypocrisy in various issues today. John finishes up with a sobering update on the worldwide martyred church.
As a bonus podcast today, we play John's interview from Friday on local radio station KYMS with host, Lee Lancaster. In addition to the martyred church update, John discusses protection against the Marxist onslaught currently underway, determining what is true and building your foundation on that, how the church is weathering the current chaos, and the veracity and consistency – or lack thereof – in the media.
Theories abound, both reasonable and far off in conspiracy land about any number of topics. But ultimately, what is the truth? In this week's boralogue, John recounts the purpose behind this program: to get to the truth. What is the truth in any situation? It doesn't matter where it comes from or how sane or crazy it sounds. If it's the truth and it's provable, then it is newsworthy and something worth talking about.
If a drug can successfully help mitigate this virus, why then are so many people outraging against it? Dr. Brian Joondeph (www.retinacolorado.com), Retina Surgeon at Colorado Retina Associates joins us to answer that plus he examines off-label uses of medicines and covers the overreach by power-hungry politicians during this pandemic.
Troy Loeffler, John's son, makes a brief appearance to explain how statistics are being used, misused, and misunderstood by experts and media pundits in covering this crisis.
Never trust bloated bureaucracies, especially during an emergency. Seton Motley (www.lessgovernment.org), Founder and President of Less Government, sounds the alarm on the marriage of big government and big tech in tracking virus patients. His message: if you think it will stop there, you're crazy.
An often overlooked story amidst the chaos of news today is that of the emerging 5G network. Author and Commentator Ben Weingarten (www.benweingarten.com) is back with us to discuss the strategic implications of losing the communications and information transfer battle with China where it concerns 5G technology.
Finally, John and Producer Steve chat about the dysfunctional media and their coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, their strategy against the president, and some biased editing ahead of the November election.
John's quote of the week:
“You get to a positive destination through life and to be with the Lord with an infinite series of negative feedback corrections. But bad feedback is going to get you to a bad destination. … I have one bottom line on the program: getting to the truth in any kind of a situation is the most critical thing out there.”
On this week's extra segment, we play a round table discussion from 2015 on globalism. The participants are Dr. Dennis Cuddy, Pat Wood, and Brannon Howse. The topic is covered from spiritual, technocratic, and historical standpoints. Fantastic exchange between John and these guests.
It has been a very busy news week, so John will tackle two stories in this week's boralogue. First up is the Coronavirus, which originated in the central China city of Wuhan. John looks at the facts and how it's possible that this could be a virus weaponization situation that got out of control. He then pivots to the new peace plan, recounting a few details and whether or not the Palestinians will eventually come to the table.
How does socialism, which fails every time it is implemented, become so popular with media and with students in the West? Answer: lack of education about it. Joshua Philipp (www.theepochtimes.com), Senior Editor at The Epoch Times newspaper, joins us to give a history of Marxism and what it does to a society and how communism tries to supplant religion by becoming its own so-called morality system.
John takes a moment, as Brexit has finally come, to give a backgrounder on the European Union. He plays Nigel Farage's farewell speech at the EU Parliament this week, highlighting the group's lust for power, their ability to thwart the will of the people by ignoring referenda, and the rise of pro-sovereignty and populist movements in the West.
Finally, we welcome author and retired businessman Jim Hollingsworth (www.co2coalition.org) who discusses his new climate manual that clearly explains several issues surrounding the climate change controversy. Get the manual in kindle or paperback on Amazon here.
John's quote of the week:
"If religion, meaning the religion of the people, does not act as the value system of government, then the government will create its own value system and force it down on the people. That's what you're seeing in China today and we're teeter-tottering with it here in this country."
On this week's extra segment, we dive into the topic of socialism with two boralogues from years past. First up is an extended boralogue from June 2008 where John outlines the three steps of socialism. That is followed up by a boralogue from September 2009 covering how socialism has affected our education and permeates both sides of the aisle in politics.