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In order for globalists to enact total control through the Great Reset, they need to plan each step accordingly. Leading off the show this week is Brandon Smith (alt-market.us), Founder of the Alternative Market Project. He studies the logical progression of that plan, looking at inflation, universal basic income, price controls, digital currencies, and more. The way to fight back against this plan is to create a parallel society and populate it with analogous businesses. Elites know that, so they retaliate with step one of their plan: boosting inflation. Given our current situation, it would appear that the plan has begun.

What is it really like on the ground in Ukraine? We are joined once again by Reuben Johnson, who has escaped his adopted war-torn country and is back in the United States. He reviews the treatment he received at the hands of the Russians and shares several stories of atrocities committed by Russian soldiers since the war began. He also describes how Putin's military efforts are weakening and gives his thoughts about what needs to happen going forward.

If this isn't the End Times, it's one heck of a dress rehearsal. Finishing out the program this week to discuss the religious aspect of current events is Dr. J.B. Hixson (notbyworks.org), President of Not By Works Ministries. He looks at a key indicator that the End Times period is near: the constant attempts by globalists to form a one-world government. He also discusses elements of his new book, including how covid, the vaccines, and the 2020 election are all related to furthering the globalist plan.

Reuben Johnson: Atrocities

Broadcast Running Time: 25:34

John Loeffler

April 5, 2022

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We are joined once again by our Ukrainian expert Reuben Johnson, who has escaped his adopted war-torn country and is back in the United States. He reviews some of the hardships he went through at the hands of the Russians and shares several stories of atrocities committed by Russian soldiers since the war began. He also describes how the war is going, the weakening state of Russian military efforts, and his thoughts about what needs to happen going forward.

In 1992, John interviewed Elisabeth Elliot on the topic of suffering.  Her first husband, Jim Elliot, was among five missionaries who were killed in Ecuador in 1956 by members of the Auca tribe. 

Ms. Elliot discusses her story of tremendous faith after experiencing tragedy and gives her answer to the age-old question: how could God allow suffering?  In searching for meaning in times of trouble, instead of questioning God's motives or if He's paying attention, we should trust Him and believe that he is sovereign.   

Elizabeth Elliot passed away on June 15, 2015 at the age of 88.  The story of her life (including her incredible trip back to Ecuador to live among and minister to the people who killed her husband) and a repository of her writings can be found at elisabethelliot.org.