Archbishop Vigano, Malichi Martin and Brannon Howse warn about the dangers of The Vatican Council II, The Jesuits, the coming New World order. Topic: The philosophies of freemasonry, Genesis 3, Genesis 10 and 11 and the return to Babylon. Topic: The three legged stool of the New World Order and Revelation 18. Topic: Cecil Rhodes, Sidney Web, and John Ruskin. Topic: Fabian socialism, religion, Cecil Rhodes, the New World order and the connection to the Jesuits. Topic: We take your calls.
En Route to Planetary Governance. Here we deal with our progress into the New World Order. Subjects will include the Pope’s recent call for a new world order, the ongoing attack on the second amendment, the cancel culture movement, reparations, and the dividing of the United States of America into endless groups.
The long rolling agenda to establish a New World Order has affected virtually every aspect of our lives, including education. In order to understand how we got to where we are, we need to recognize the history of this long rolling agenda. Back with us is long-time friend of the show, Dennis Cuddy, a historian and former Senior Associate at the Department of Education (www.newswithviews.com). He shows how educrats removed moral absolutes and Judeo-Christian values from schools and replaced them with leftist ideals and globalism.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights...” We are all familiar with the words. But what did the founders mean by unalienable rights? Robert Curry (www.claremont.org), Board Member at the Claremont Institute, joins us to discuss the difference between alienable and unalienable rights and how the latter is under attack today. Common sense has been lost and in its place has emerged a post-truth ideology.
Finally this week, we attempt to look at free speech and journalism from a balanced, middle of the ground perspective with Matt Welch (www.reason.com), libertarian and Editor at Large at Reason Magazine. He looks at the difference between the cultural value and the legal value of free speech in society. He also goes over the history of journalism and how the media, an institution protected under the first amendment, has now come out against free speech.
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