Crosstalk: June 12, 2018
Following up on their discussion from last week, Jim had Gary Kah return with more information regarding a concept that, in light of so many issues that grab the headlines, may have been forgotten by many listeners. That concept is the globalist agenda.
Gary is the founder and director of Hope For the World. He's the former Europe and Middle East Trade Specialist for the Indiana State Government. In this capacity he traveled to more than 20 countries, working hand-in-hand with U.S. embassies and top government officials in the area of export promotion. In the mid 1980's, Gary uncovered information regarding the printing of a new U.S. currency. After some investigation, he found that many countries around the world had already begun issuing new currencies similar in design. Gary discovered that this coordinated effort was merely a stepping stone toward establishing a single, global unit of exchange, which was to be part of a coming one-world government. In 1987, Gary was invited to join the World Constitution and Parliament Association, one of the organizations involved at the forefront of promoting the world government agenda. During the next 4 years he obtained detailed documents which demonstrated that the push toward a one-world government was active and rapidly advancing. Gary is the author of 'Enroute to Global Occupation' and 'The New World Religion'.
In this second part of the series, discussion began with trade among nations, particularly the G7 talks where President Trump caused a stir due to disagreements with Canadian leader Justin Trudeau. The disagreements centered around tariff imbalances between the two nations.
Other items noted on the program included the Bilderberg Summit's artificial intelligence discussions, how Trump is throwing a 'monkey wrench' into the global agenda, nations that are standing in opposition to the new world order movement, the increased embracing of socialism in America today, and much more.
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