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  • 02:00

    Obama Iran's Agent For Nuclear Weapons

    in School

    PLEASE SHARE: Episode #324: Saturday 4pm to 6pm Pacific Voices of Global Freedom interviews Kimberly Dvorak and Colonel William O'Brien.  Kimberly is a freelance National Security & Foreign Policy Investigative journalist and covered national and international news for more than 25 years. Kimberly has won many awards and covered KSM trials from GITMO, Cuba. She also contributes to many national radio and TV broadcasts.

    Colonel William O'Brien USMC (Ret.) is a 37 year combat Veteran having earned his PH.D from the Thomas Jefferson Law School San Diego. His assignments included Global War on Terror deployments across the Middle East.  His previous assignments included Director of Readiness at Headquarters Marine Corps, Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy and the Deputy Secretary of Defense.

    Dvorak and O'Brien tag team to bring audiences cutting edge information on U.S. Mexican border conditions and Musilm Jihadist terror threats to our homeland.

    Don't miss this high energy, entertaining, informative show covering current threats to our liberty and how to survive and thrive in these dangerous troubled times.  

    Call in speak your mind ask questions: (646) 652-4667

    Voices of Global Freedom Archives.



  • 01:26

    Bill Wickersham, UFOs and Nuclear Weapons

    in Paranormal

    Bill Wickersham is an adjunct professor of peace studies at the University of Missouri–Columbia, and a UFO enthusiasts. He has been researching and lecturing on the topic for years. He has written several articles and opinion pieces that have been published in newspapers such as the Columbia Daily Tribune, and appears regularly on KBIA Mid-Missouri Public Radio to discuss UFO news. In this interview, we talk to Bill about how he got interested in the topic of UFOs, what his colleagues think of his paranormal interests, correlations he sees between UFOs and nuclear weapons, and much more.

  • 00:59

    Conclusion on Weapons of Mass Destruction

    in Religion


    1. So the weapons that we have which are "mighty in God" include such graces as "meekness," "gentleness," "patience," and "humility"

    2. Such "weapons" greatly enhance the opportunities for our greatest weapon (TRUTH) to do its job; and should be utilized whether it be in:

    a. Our evangelistic efforts

    b. Our Bible classes

    c. Our church business meetings

    d. Our personal discussions

    e. Public debates in defense of the truth

  • 00:58


    in Radio

    Tonight we revisit the reality of terrorits who desire to detonate nuclear bombs or dity Bombs in the U.S in order to topple the nation in a single day. America is vulnerable and the time for a terrorist attack is at a very high level. ARE YOU READY?

  • 01:38

    The Weapons of Warefare

    in Religion


    II. THE "WEAPONS" OF THIS WARFARE A. WHAT THEY ARE NOT: "CARNAL" OR "FLESHLY" (4) 1. E.g., weapons that may be used "AGAINST" the flesh... a. Such as the sword, gun, bomb, etc. b. These weapons may take "people" captive, but not necessarily their "thoughts"! c. Their "bodies" may be enslaved, but not their "minds" -- This was the flaw inherent in the Crusades 2. E.g., weapons that are "OF" the flesh... a. E.g., hatred, contentions, outbursts of wrath, selfish ambitions b. Such emotions are "works of the flesh" and are referred to in Ga 5:19-21 c. Unfortunately, these "works of the flesh" are often used as "weapons" to win arguments 1) At best all they can do is silence the opposition (through intimidation) 2) But at what cost? a) The opposition is not saved (which should be our goal) b) And the Christian who uses such "weapons" falls under the condemnation of Ga 5:21 -- So our weapons are not to be "carnal", either against the flesh or of the flesh

  • 01:00

    Robert Jacobs: Radiation, Nuclear Testing and Fukishima

    in Politics Progressive

    Robert Jacobs is associate professor at Hiroshima City University and Asia-Pacific Journal contributing editor. He is the author of The Dragon's Tail: Americans Face the Atomic Age (2010), the editor of Filling the Hole in the Nuclear Future: Art and Popular Culture Respond to the Bomb (2010), and co-editor of Images of Rupture in Civilization Between East and West: The Iconography of Auschwitz and Hiroshima in Eastern European Arts and Media (forthcoming 2015).  He is the principal investigator of the Global Hibakusha Project.

    There have been over 2,000 nuclear weapon tests in the world, almost half by the U.S. Millions of people have been exposed to radiation from these tests, and countless more still live in radiation contaminated areas. This is true for all nuclear powers, but especially the U.S. and the territories of the former Soviet Union. Virtually nothing has been done to compensate these people, or to remediate their land. 

    In Japan, virtually everything that the government of Japan (GOJ) and TEPCO are saying about Fukishima they know to be lies, and that their purpose is to manage public perceptions to minimize liability. The history of radiological contamination provides information about what is ahead for Fukushima, and that this history is being deliberately ignored.

  • 02:03


    in Politics

    Maria Gilardin produces TUC Radio from her off-the-grid home in Northern California.

    See: (http://tucradio.org/index.html)


    The anti nuclear campaigner and physician Dr. Helen Caldicott organized a two day symposium in February 2015 with an international panel of leading experts in disarmament, political science, existential risk, anthropology, medicine, nuclear weapons and artificial intelligence. They addressed the risk of accidental nuclear war, recently proven facts about a global nuclear winter that can be caused by the unleashing of just a few nuclear weapons, the expanding militarization of space, the power and pathology of the US military industrial complex, privatization of the US nuclear weapons labs, nuclear war crimes in the Marshall Islands, as well as two of the vibrant movements to abolish nuclear weapons, a divestment effort under the title Don't Bank On The Bomb as well as ICAN, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.

    2nd hour: Dr. Michael Parenti, the progressive political scientist's unscripted reflections on capitalism, socialism, the role of universities, Cuban plumbers, Russian prostitutes, and his former running mate--and once close friend--Bernie Sanders. Plus commentary on capitalism, socialism, public utilities, popular rebellion, plutocrats in general, the Waltons in particular, Occupy Wall Street, and the monetary system.

    Also a brief recorded essay by Parenti from 2005--"Welfare for the Wealthy"--and relevant songs by Monty Python's Flying Circus and David Rovics. More details, photos, nice links, & other good stuff on the show's Web site: http://newworldnotes.blogspot.com

  • 00:56

    History and uses of weapons on Tech Preps

    in Education

    History and uses of weapons!!
    Host: DirtyLew & Highlander "Tech Prep"
    on American Preppers Radio! 
    Saturday 10:00pm/Est 9:00pm/Ct 8:00pm/Mt 7:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    On this episode we will talk about various weapons technology, and the history and uses of weapons in modern day life. Learn about sighting systems, various bullet technology and how weapons have made us safer and made life LESS dangerous. We will talk about why most people today need a form of weapon, whether gun, knife, bat, pepper spray, etc…

    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:31

    Roxanne Pappas Radio: Nuclear Power

    in Environment

    Discussion with Diane Turco of the Cape Downwinders and the foibles of nuclear energy

  • 02:02

    ISIS Searching For Chemical Weapons, Viral Videos & Religious Freedom Update

    in Politics

    Megan Barth-The proprietor of Reganbaby.com is back to talk ISIS and POTUS' plan to assimilate 10,000 questionably vetted Syrian refugees.  How comfortable are you?  And what about ISIS search for chemical weapons?

    Samantha Mills-The good news girl is back with her weekly installment of the internet's best viral videos that will make you laugh, cry and believe once again in humanity.  It just may not be all that bad.

    Daniel Blomberg-The legal counsel for the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty reports on Christian student group finally allowed back on Cal State campus.

    Lowell Ponte-The former think tank futurist and Roving Editor at Reader's Digest takes on the "college crybullies," the infantilization of our culture, why we're becoming a culture where a majority won't even bother to work plus more if your heart can handle it, as we talk about his latest book. It's probably the most provocative book from him and Craig Smith.

    Dr Vinh Chung-He tells of his own incredible life-saving refugee story.  And it's through his experience that he openly discusses our currrent Syrian refugee crisis.  There is a big difference from then to now.  Do we want to listen to someone who's been there and paid the price for freedom?

    Herb London-The president of the London Center for Policy Research and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute says Putin is sending 150,000 troops to wipe out ISIS, France is bombing the hell out of Syria, but where's America, Britain and Germany?


  • 00:12

    Implementation of Iran nuclear deal officially begins

    in Current Events

    1. The United States and the European Union both took formal legal steps on Sunday that will lift sanctions once Iran meets the conditions tied to a landmark nuclear agreement with major world powers. 

    2. A senior Israeli official said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will not offer any concessions to the Palestinians during his scheduled meeting in Berlin later this week with US Secretary of State John Kerry. 

    3. An IDF soldier was killed and 11 more people were injured in a terror attack at the Central Bus Station in the southern city of Beersheba on Sunday night.

    4. Iran said on Saturday that its recent test launch of a long-range missile does not violate UN Security Council resolutions as claimed by the United States and France. 

    5. North Korea reportedly rejected the idea of resuming talks to abandon its nuclear program on Saturday, but said it would welcome negotiations for a peace treaty with Washington. 

    You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.

    The prophetic passage of Scripture that we are looking at today is Psalm 96:10-13: “Say among the heathen that the Lord reigneth: the world also shall be established that it shall not be moved: he shall judge the people righteously. Let the heavens rejoice, and let the earth be glad; let the sea roar, and the fulness thereof. Let the field be joyful, and all that is therein: then shall all the trees of the wood rejoice....”

    Our second coming quote for today is from Oswald Chambers. He said, "The only way to wait for the Second Coming is to watch that you do what you should do, so that when he comes is a matter of indifference. It is the attitude of a child, certain that God knows what he is about. When the Lord does come, it will be as natural as breathing. God never does anything hysterical, and he never produces hysterics."