P.I.D. Radio 3/16/14: Crimea River

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Flag_of_Ukraine.svgTHE US and EU wasted no time in condemning the referendum in Crimea.  According to reports from the area, nearly 80% of voters in the region turned out and over 90% voted in favor of seceding from Ukraine and rejoining Russia.

The reaction of American and European leaders is ironic, considering that President Obama has defended the assassination of American citizens without due process, unrestricted NSA spying, and military action in support of the rights of Afghans, Iraqis, Libyans, and South Sudanese to determine their own political futures.

We also discuss the still-missing Flight 370, Fred Phelps, Sr. of Westboro Baptist Church, and where the research for our presentations for the Orlando Prophecy Summit has taken us over the last month.  The summit is March 28-30, 2014, and it features Gary Stearman, Chuck Missler, L.A. Marzulli, Jonathan Cahn, Bill Salus, L.A. Marzulli, Russ Dizdar, Cris Putnam, and many more.

The main ballroom presentations will be available on a live stream for only $50. Get information here.

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3 comments on “P.I.D. Radio 3/16/14: Crimea River

  1. George Brewer

    Yeah, Crimea a River! Excellent, excellent. Planning to listen a second time. One point. When Derek was commenting about being contacted by DHS, one of the CIA and military intelligence techniques is called Essential Elements of Friendly Information, EEFI. It is nothing more than what you folks and others do: track the media. Gives credence to the “Turf War”. Of course these “Turf Wars” have gone on in all governments, ancient to present times.

  2. Christie C.

    Good show Derek and Sharon–I have to laugh, though, at the idea of ‘singularity’, because I almost can’t believe the irony of that idea–in the beginning was God, and He decided to create other beings who could think and reason and enjoy the world, or worlds, He created–He wanted to share with others–in singularity, those who subscribe to it want to reverse all of that, and find a way to become ‘one’, in their very existence, lol–out of many–one–LOL–I guess the Lord must have such a great laugh at the thought of it all. 🙂

  3. Chiliboots

    “Crimea River” is very inventive, and quite witty. Well done.

    It also fits nicely in ‘the West’s’ failed attempt to re-cast
    Russia as “the villain”. Nobody’s buying it. Not even ‘the West’.

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