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Lost Arts Radio Show #258 - Special Guest Alex Newman

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If you are aware of the existence of a "Deep State," you have probably heard of the Council on Foreign Relations, and may already know they are an important part of the Deep State and the agenda to establish a centralized world tyranny. We are told this is to guarantee permanent world peace (similar to what the United Nations is supposed to do), by getting rid of all of the evils of independent nations (and independent thought). Instead, we will all get to enjoy one big, happy world-nation of slaves, where everyone is the same, has the same culture, religion, opinions, education, income and constant state of drugged "happiness," while the rulers control every part of our lives for our own benefit and total safety. It's hard to imagine a better future. Unless you're still somewhat conscious, that is.

Many of us talk about the CFR, but where exactly did it begin, and how is it moving us toward a one-world government? Foreign correspondent for the New American Magazine (www.thenewamerican.com), investigative journalist and educator Alex Newman (www.fpeusa.org), has done a lot of his own digging into this question, and will be with us Sunday to discuss what he has found. Understanding our world situation as accurately as we can helps us come up with solutions, so the future vision of our rulers doesn't have to come to pass. Here's another chapter of our education in history and current events that you won't want to miss.

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