It is hosted by Joel Hilliker. It also features Robert Morley, Jeremiah Jacques, Richard Palmer and Brent Nagtegaal.
Let's see what they have to say.
Cites an article of theirs written by an Australian PCG writer about events in the Middle East.
Fear mongers that just about twelve nations in the Middle East is plotting to get nuclear weapons. It is stated that those nations say it is for peaceful purposes but this is ignored and not taken seriously.
Moans about people paying so much attention to Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's lackeys and moans that they should scare themselves over Iran instead.
Mentions some Al Qaeda like terrorist getting arrested in Italy.
Fear mongers about Japan being allowed to sell arms to China in an arms trade exposition.
Fear mongers about Kyrgyzstan joining some alliance with Russia to say that Russia is seeking to become like the Soviet Union somehow.
Moans about the people of Okinawa complaining about the US military base. You would never know this listening to this program but the people of Okinawa have long complained and protested about the US military base. I remember reading about that back in 2008. This is not news. This has been a tense issue in Okinawa for years. But this is portrayed as part of Japan shedding its postwar pacifism. Nonsense. This is part of PCG's demonization of Japan.
Quotes right wing sources. Politico is cited twice. Charles Krauthammer is cited once. Although PCG's leaders sometimes insinuate that they are above the fray PCG's leaders are very much right wing when it comes to politics. And citing those sources only further proves that. PCG's leaders are stuck in a right wing information bubble.
Gerald Flurry identifies Putin as being a figure specifically identified in Scripture. (32-33 minutes.)
Robert Morley moaning that the United States could now have fallen into a recession. (36 minutes.)
Oh what a different tune this is. Take a look at this previous post to see some of the things Morley has said about the US economy.
The structural problems in the U.S. economy and America’s massive debt load mean that the dollar is doomed too. ...Now Morley is saying that the US has fallen into a recession again. They can't see the future. PCG's leaders are false prophets. But what can one expect from a man who had no professional training in economics?
But it won’t end there. The whole nation—head to toe—is sickened with debt. Federal, state, municipal, corporate, personal debt; America is maxed out. Trillions upon trillions. That debt is coming due! ...
The nation’s finances have been pushed beyond the point of recovery. ...
Chapter two of America’s great economic crisis is about to unfold. The moral of the story is that the economy is not set to recover—at least not in any meaningful, lasting way. That is what the statistics say. More importantly, that is what God’s Word says. ...
Over the past week crude oil surged to a new 17-month highs—$86 per barrel. Better get used to it, sky-high oil prices may soon be here to stay. ...
The end of the recession is almost here. Next comes the depression. (See this previous post for the sources of these quotes from Robert Morley.)
And on with the show.
Saying that the EU is trying to insert itself in the Middle East peace process. Insinuates that EU is plotting to push forward the creation of a Palestinian state very quickly. Never mind this has been the stated goal of the international community since 1993. (40 minutes.)
Hilliker condemns attempt to let homosexuals join the Boy Scouts from within the leadership of the Boy Scouts. (46 minutes.)
So it's more of the same dogmas from PCG. But this time we can now listen to Hilliker, Morley, Jacques, Palmer and Nagtegaal instead of just reading their words. It's just more of the same fear mongering false prophesies though.