In order to be successful in any battle, you must first and foremost clearly define your enemy and what it is they are doing. Alex Newman (thenewamerican.com), Foreign Correspondent and Senior Editor with The New American Magazine is back with us. He examines who the Deep State is by showing exactly what they are doing. They want to indoctrinate children through the education system. They want to divide society into the oppressors and the oppressed – which, by the way, has happened in the lead up to every totalitarian society in the past. But we can push back against this. For example, many parents are pulling kids out of public schools and into private institutions or are homeschooling. If we don't want the planned Great Reset or global technocratic dictatorship that the Deep State is pushing for, we need to fight back.
Accusations of voter fraud and corrupted voting machines are still lingering around the last election, but there was another, much larger factor, that flew under the radar and left no paper trail. First up this week is Dr. Robert Epstein (aibrt.org), Senior Research Psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology. He shows how Big Tech companies, Google in particular, potentially shifted millions of votes in the 2020 election thanks to biased search results. He describes his research into ephemeral experiences online and weighs the good and bad ideas on how to reform our election process.
What do the Titanic and the modern day Church have in common? Author and former new ager Warren B. Smith (warrenbsmith.com) is back with us after a long hiatus to discuss his new book, The Titanic and Today's Church: A Tale of Two Shipwrecks. He covers a variety of interesting topics like automatic writing, the God within, and other New Age beliefs that are seeping into the Christian church today. Today's church has been warned countless times about the infiltration of New Age thinking. Will it face a similar result as the unsinkable ship?
John finishes up the program this week by looking back at the Texas cold snap in February, reviewing how the media spun their narratives and how the concept of green energy, worthwhile as it is, is not yet ready for prime time.
We've heard about voter fraud in the last election and possibly corrupted voting machines, but there was another, much larger factor, that flew under the radar and left no paper trail. Joining us today is Dr. Robert Epstein (aibrt.org), Senior Research Psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology. He looks at Big Tech companies, Google in particular, and the millions of votes that were potentially shifted thanks to biased search results. He describes his meticulous research showing bias and his efforts at producing a search result paper trail, not to mention whistleblower emails that prove Google spearheaded influence efforts. He also weighs the good and bad ideas on how to solve this problem.
We've heard about the rise of technocracy for some time now, but the pace at which it is moving has significantly picked up. Joining us today is the preeminent expert on technocracy, Pat Wood (citizensforfreespeech.org), who is Founder and Executive Director of Citizens for Speech and the Editor-in-Chief of technocracy.news. He covers the alarming rise of a scientific dictatorship that has led to an unaccountable massive bureaucracy that unfairly decides your future. It feels like a takeover. And the first thing totalitarians do when they take over is take away your ability to communicate. That's what we're seeing right now. The entire First Amendment is about communication in one form or another. If we lose that, we're done as a country.
There is a new totalitarianism emerging in the West in the form of an oligarchic dictatorship. In order to prepare ourselves for it or even to fight against it, we have to understand what it looks like. John rides solo today, diving into the characteristics of this new totalitarianism. It will be based on an ideology that is a lie but everyone must pledge allegiance to it. It will dictate every facet of our lives. And it will give lip service to the Bill of Rights but there will be so many rules and regulations that you actually won't have access to those rights. John reads an essay from 1978 by the late Vaclav Havel, former president of the Czech Republic, that eerily describes what we're seeing today.