GLOBAL GAME OF RISK WITH CHRISTOF LEHMANN

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It is becoming increasingly clear to those not blinded by the corporate media that the global elite are in the end game of their plan for full spectrum global dominance. Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Iran were among countries explicitly targeted by Project for a New American Century in a report released exactly one year before 9/11.

If you are just catching on to this or if like many of us you have been struggling to put the picture together you will not listen to this show rrecorded on October 13. Our guest was Christof Lehmann, Danish human rights activist, psychologist, journalist and researcher on all things connected to the New World Order that is unfolding before our astonished eyes and unnoticed by the bewildered masses in the US.

This show focused on the big picture of events in the Mideast as revealed by recent events in Syria, Turkey and elsewhere. We make the point that international corporate terrorists who have seized control of the US and other NATO governments are busy carrying out a plan laid out as early as 1996 but that is little known to Americans and many others.

Please listen and join us in future shows as we continue the conversation designed to foster a united international front against fascism and war. Your children's lives and freedom depend on it.

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