We have heard a lot about the Great Reset lately but what exactly does that entail? It was laid out recently at the World Economic Forum. John welcomes back long-time friend of the show, researcher and writer Carl Teichrib (gameofgods.ca), who attended the Forum a couple of weeks ago. He explains some of the buzzwords from this year's Forum, including age-old favorites like sustainability, worldwide unity, peace through global government, data-driven management, and saving the planet. He also throws in a new catchphrase making the rounds: stakeholder capitalism. And the country that is held up as a pristine model of what this new globalist system would look like: China. He also covers the religious nature of the globalist vision, which features a new gospel for the earth. He notes how many religious groups, including Christian ones, are being roped into the Great Reset ideology.
What exactly is behind the critical race theory ideology? John Murawski, an award-winning journalist who writes for RealClear Investigations, joins us to play devil’s advocate and point out the thinking behind both sides of the issue. The values our country has always upheld – hard work, individualism, etc. – are looked at as systems of oppression by those who espouse critical race theory. Ultimately, the problem is there’s no shared vocabulary and no shared system of values between the two sides and that’s what makes things so unstable.
The climate changers and environmentalists are always advocating for green energy but do they really understand the consequences? Here to discuss is environmental consultant Steve Milloy, founder and publisher of JunkScience.com. He looks at the realities of eliminating fossil fuels and going with green energy. We have to be smart about how we approach this and think of the consequences before moving forward. Sound environmentalism has to be based on sound science and sound economics.
Finally this week, we welcome Brian Kennedy (presentdangerchina.org), Chairman of the Committee on the Present Danger: China with the Center for Security Policy. He examines how China wants to remake the world economic order and they want to be on top of it. They are also beefing up their military and technology sectors. The most successful defense against China is for America to be united in its recognition of China as a threat.