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CGR Monday 031124 Dr David Wurmser Rick Manning

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CGR Monday 031124 Dr David Wurmser Rick Manning

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This has blessed my business and it will bless yours. Thank you. That was a shooting gallery up there. I could hear the tremble in his voice. She suffered a very severe being. The video is pretty graphic. Justice for us seems almost impossible.

It's not fun to watch somebody die and they knew she was in mortal peril. They have not asked the hard questions. Why was the Capitol intentionally unsecure that day? The FBI had information about security concerns before January 6th. They're out for blood and they're getting it. They appear to be winning. Were the actions of the Capitol Police out of line? Were there violations in use of force?

Now I describe it as an inside job. I'm ready to do whatever God calls me. There's an old Chinese saying my ancestors learned before the Communist Party took over our country. The family is the essential unit of human society and that you must have honor and defend your family.

But it's not always easy to do. When the regime gives the order, you have to kill. My heart was pounding. I felt my body bouncing and twisting on the floor. They put numbers on our shoulders, then separated us into rows of even and odd numbers.

I was number nine. My brother, he's still in prison. And my sister, she was sent to a labor camp without a trial. But there's one piece of evidence they haven't been able to destroy yet.

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And now, Chosen Generation, where no topic is off limits and everything is filtered through biblical glasses. And now here's your host, Pastor Greg. And welcome back. Thanks so much for tuning in.

I know you have a choice where you can watch and I think it would keep it tuned here. Let me see if I can get that to... Is that on? Ah, there we go. Okay, now it's off. Okie dokie.

I think we're all right now. Let's see. All right. There we go. I think we're okay now.

I'm trying to do some minor adjusting to the screen, but I... There. Oh yeah, that worked out perfect. Okay. All right. Well, welcome, Dr. David. Let me undo that mute. Okay. Welcome, Dr. David Wormser.

Good to have you. You're muted. No, I've got... No, it's on me. Nevermind.

It's on me. There we go. All right. Yeah. Can't tell you how many people are trying to do that. You know, I'm telling you. I'm telling you. All right.

So I wanted to... There have been so many more horrific stories just that continue to come out of Israel. You and I talked about this a little bit in the early days after this had happened, that one of the things that is ingrained in Judaism is not to talk about the dead, not to talk about these type of grotesque things.

It's part of Orthodox Judaism to not give these things a place, if you will. Am I correct in that statement? No, you're right.

You're right. For example, we Jews don't have a viewing in a funeral or in a funeral home. The dead is, first of all, buried immediately within 24 hours, unless it's Sabbath or something, or a holiday. And then you're not really allowed to show the body or the pieces.

That's really a taboo. It's also a double murder to the family. The family, of course, is horrified by seeing the image of its loved one over and over again and stuff like that. They can never bring it to closure and closure in Judaism when somebody dies. That's why the burial is immediate and then you have a seven day mourning period.

It's to really drive home the point that he's gone. The reason why is that you have to be hit with it like a freight train, which triggers a complete release of all the emotions you would have by losing somebody. But then that's essential to getting over it. This is the whole process of Jewish mourning. But the problem is if your loved one keeps showing up on TV being tortured, killed, wounded, it never allows closure.

And it's just horrifying. But that's necessary on some level in order to show the world and remind the world why this war is happening. Well because they keep brushing it aside and pretending as though none of it ever happened. None of it never happened. And then the second of all is proclivity, especially in this administration, of trying to create moral equivalence.

It's a very crisp moral circumstance that happened on October 7th. There was an invasion against all agreements and everything. There was an invasion of Israel with the most horrific crimes being done. And the Israelis are trying to fight back to destroy those who did it. But the problem they have is that the people who did it are using their population as a human shield.

And they are not only hiding in their houses, but they've built an entire world, a whole city, underground, the likes of which the world has never seen, to fight from while above ground the civilians are the human shield. So the Israelis are doing their best. From everything we're hearing, whether it's the head of urban warfare at West Point, who's examined this and been on the ground, or Jack Kemp, who was head of Special Forces for the British military, or now even General Petraeus, who've been on the ground there in the last week, all of which are saying the same thing, which is that the Israelis have done an unbelievable job fighting in a circumstance that is probably the worst urban circumstance ever faced by a Western military. And they're doing it with actually the lowest civilian to combat casualty ratio ever in history. And that's using Hamas numbers, which are not even, which more and more is coming out, that these numbers we hear of 30,000 are completely fabricated.

So on every level, one really has to step back and the imagery and the covering up and the ignoring and the erasing of what happened on October 7th, the whole context of the war has been flipped upside down. And it's now all about the Palestinian innocents who are being killed. And in this, I have to say, I think it is something this administration has done to some extent deliberately, or at least its staffers have done deliberately, because they were always uncomfortable with siding with Israel in this war.

It is really stunning, the stories that they keep coming up with. They continue to call Israel the oppressor. They continue to put out all kinds of, you know, statistics about Israeli genocide of people living in Gaza. And yet, my understanding is, is the realities of this are, are, are, I mean, this is, and there's even now Arab Muslims that are coming out and making videos to refute what these people are saying, that are saying, you know, Israel's who gave me a chance, there was one gal who's a model who came out talking about how, you know, if it hadn't been for Israel, she she would have been living under this Hamas repressive regime. We are seeing a lot of Israeli Arabs and Israel is about 18% Arab Muslim.

We've seen a lot of them come out and say, listen, this is this is our country, we were under attack too. You see Bedouin, they're actually Bedouin, Bedouin are nomadic Arabs, Muslims that live in the south of Israel. They're the real Arabs, it's what we imagine as Arabs, you know, the camels and the caravans and so forth. Israel's army has Bedouin units. And the Israelis are trying to keep, they put them on the northern border rather than the southern border, because they're afraid of what the Bedouins are going to do to the Palestinians, they hate them. And Bedouins were killed on October 7th. Bedouins were in the area that Hamas took that morning and they killed them.

They were brutal to these Muslims. So there's a sort of score to settle by the Bedouins. So there are Arabs in Israel, they are quite successful, about 30% of all of Israel's medical doctors are Arabs. It's a highly educated community, about 30 to 40% of all Israeli universities now are populated by Arab students.

So they're fully integrated, and they're actually succeeding greatly. And many of them are beginning to come out, like you said, and say, Listen, this is no, this is not us, please. We're on behalf of where we're at with the Israelis.

Well, and to refute the lies that are being propagated, you know, by all of this, I had posted a post that said this, and then I want to talk to you about China. But Jews and Christians are commanded thou shalt not lie, thou shalt not covet, steal or murder. Islam teaches to lie to infidels to advance the cause of Islam, gain an advantage over your enemy that you might subjugate them or kill them.

raping the women is the fruit of subjugation. And this is from Ishaq 587. Our onslaught will not be a weak faltering affair. We shall fight as long as we live, we will fight until you turn to Islam, humbly seeking refuge, we will fight not caring whom we meet, we will fight whether we destroy ancient holdings or newly gotten gains. We have cut off every opponent's nose and ears with our swords. We have driven them violently before us as the command of Allah and Islam. We will fight until our religion is established and we will plunder them for they must suffer disgrace. Quran 893 and a declaration from Allah and his messenger to all mankind allies free from all treaty obligations with non Muslims.

And so is his messenger. Bukhari 4.288, expel disbelievers from the Arabian Peninsula. Quran 2.191, slay them wherever you find them and catch them and drive them out from where they have turned you out for persecution and oppression are worse than slaughter.

And finally, Tabari 969. He who believes in Allah and his messenger has protected his life and possessions from us. As for those who disbelieve, we will fight them forever in the cause of Allah. Killing them is a small matter to us. You can't make peace with that, David.

No, you can't. And unfortunately, what you quote there is it. I mean, it is enshrined. There is a sort of tribal law that has authority also in Islam and you could have some Muslims who say, listen, for the sake of the community, for the sake of the welfare of everybody, we can, we're focused on the tribal welfare and we can make peace or something. But you cannot make peace with with that.

And unfortunately, you know, as bad as October 7th was, it isn't entirely unique. Yazidi girls were taken. This is only a decade ago in Iraq. Yazidi girls were taken by ISIS. Three thousand of them were brought into sex slavery. Other thousands were killed, mutilated the same way the Israelis were, the Israeli women and men and so forth were. This goes back. You say, well, OK, the brutalization of colonialism in the West and blah, blah, blah. Eighteen twenty nine. Either 1829 or 1832.

Somebody needs to check up on my dates. But anyway, one hundred and almost two hundred years ago in Safed or the mystical city of northern Israel, there was a Muslim community, a Jewish community, and there was the massacre of the Jews and exactly the same thing. You can literally look at the film of the slaughter of Israelis that the Israeli government has, the forty seven minute film, and see what they did to the Israeli women on October 7th. And that is an exact description of what happened in 1834 to the Jews or 1829 to the Jewish community of Tzfat, including selling into sex slavery. Again, it happened over and over and over again, whether it's Iraq, whether it's Syria, whether it's against Christians, whether it's against Jews, the Armenian genocide, similar stories emerged.

And then you have Hebron. Don't forget, there was a very large Jewish community in Hebron in 1929 until it was literally massacred out of existence that day. So this is unfortunately part of the Islamic way of war, and it has been consistently.

And we can ignore that or we can say that's not politically correct, but we have to come to terms with that. Well, there was another report that I had seen just recently that just in recent days, three terrorists had managed to get into, I guess it was Tel Aviv, and they stopped in the middle of traffic and they killed three Israelis. They got out of their vehicle and just started shooting in the middle of the traffic.

Quite true. Yes, it was in the suburbs of Jerusalem. And yes, you're right, it was in the center of the heart of Israel. And they just normal traffic jam in the morning on a highway and they just got out of the car and started shooting up everybody. And three were killed.

Look, this is ongoing. We hear this whole thing about Ramadan and peace as if it's some month long Christmas of peace and goodwill of men on earth. And what you see is tonight the Israeli government captured a terrorist on his way tonight. And it's the beginning of Ramadan tonight, Christmas Eve, so to speak. You know, Yom Kippur Eve on his way to Tel Aviv.

He had massive amounts of explosives and lots of firearms. He was on his way for a mass casualty attack in Tel Aviv. So that tells you exactly what Ramadan means. Unfortunately, it is not a time of peace.

Many Islamic attacks on Muslims have been launched on Ramadan. This one's not a religion of peace. It doesn't value peace other than in absolute victory. Let's talk now about China and Iran and the significance of that.

You talked about the admiralty and the high seas when you were on last week. But let's revisit that for a minute and talk about what it means that China has entered into basically protecting Iran and the Houthis and Iranian assets. Well one is they signed a strategic agreement a couple years ago with Iran that helped fund Iran and protect Iran.

But that's that's sort of a foundation. What they're doing now is exactly what you focused on right now, which is that they're entering the United States has always been ever since our creation because we're a mercantile nation, a nation of industry and trade, especially an island, even though we're a continent, we behave like an island. So our Navy is our access to the world and our way of life. So since the beginning of the American Republic, the Navy has been the fundamental mission of our armed forces to protect the high seas for American merchant traffic. What's happened is 20 percent of the world's traffic went through the Straits of Bab al-Mandeb through the Suez Canal, the Red Sea, is cut now by the Houthi terrorists. And we're not protecting that. I mean, we're shooting down missiles when they're shot at ships, but we're not going on the offensive to end this problem.

So that waterway now is shut down. And along comes China and says, listen, if you register with us and you work with us as a Navy, the Houthis have an agreement with us. They won't attack your ship. Now, Israel, sorry, you're not part of this. The United States, sorry, you're not part of this.

So your ships are going to be hit. But anybody else in the world can come to an agreement with China, which has a deal with the Houthis, to provide safe passage of their ships through this canal, through this area and up to the canal. So in essence, China has leveraged its relationship and its protection of the Iranian world in order to essentially blackmail the world into forcing it under its protection. And of course, China, when it extends an umbrella of protection, it comes with not a string attached, but 20,000 ropes attached. And that's what we're seeing. So China is essentially stealing from the United States its ISIS role and subordinating world maritime traffic to its will.

That's a strategic defeat of the highest levels to the United States and it fits with the overall punting to China that this administration has done. So the Red Sea, I wanted to try to see if I can, yeah, I think I can do it this way. I'm going to do a share screen here. And bring that up. There you go. Wait a minute. I don't see the layer. There we go.

Okay. So um, this is the Red Sea. For those that are watching us right now, but this is the Red Sea on the backside of Saudi Arabia, and it's it is down to the south of the Mediterranean Sea. So if you were, as we look at this map of Israel, you see the Mediterranean Sea identified here.

So on the back side of this, if we continued, if we imagine the connectivity, and then I'll bring this up, and then you'll see. So this is that Mediterranean Sea up here. And on the backside of that is the Red Sea. And this is the canal that you're talking about, which is between the the waterway between Egypt and Israel, correct?

Absolutely. You know, I learned first thing they taught me when I was doing naval strategy in the Navy was thinking water like land and land like water, inverted like a negative image, right? And that's about what you need to walk through.

And, and all of a sudden, you begin to realize how thin and precarious some of the passages are. The other way to think of it is, it is the connection of Asia to Africa, everything, it's it's the divide between Asia and Africa. And therefore, it's also the connection between Asia and Africa and Asia, water to Europe flows through there. So everything that goes from Asia to Europe, everything that goes from Asia to Africa, in the northern part of Africa, or the eastern part of Western part of Africa, right flows.

It is, that's why it is one of the most important waterways in the world. And where Yemen is, is that the bottom tip, cutting it off way at the bottom, right? And that that's and you know, you're talking not even Yemen, we're talking about a rebel rebel group in Yemen, that the Saudis had essentially defeated and were marching on their ports to take them under the end of the Obama administration. And tell me if this doesn't sound familiar with Gaza, we were so worried about the humanitarian crisis that would happen in the Houthi areas, that we forced the Saudis to withdraw from Hodeidah and Mokha ports, and to allow the Houthis to control them, so that they could be used for humanitarian resupply to the Houthi areas.

And lo and behold, there's still starvation. They didn't care about their own people, the opposite. They love the propaganda of having starving Houthis because they blame it on the West, they blame it on the Saudis, they blame it on everybody else.

So they don't care if their people starve. What they do care about is that they now have access to those ports. And those ports have become the foundation of the closing of the Straits of Bab-el-Mandeb in the southern Red Sea. So here is a direct link between an ill-advised policy by the Obama administration to come down on Saudi Arabia, to force them to withdraw from the ports in Yemen during the civil war there, and to allow our enemy to take control of it, an organization that we call now a terrorist organization. The Biden administration tried to un-call it that.

It's apparently now reversed that in the last few weeks. We sided with a terrorist organization for humanitarian concern to allow its access and control over ports that then it used to import weaponry from Iran and to launch weaponry against Western shipping, or shipping in the passage to the Suez Canal. Exactly what we're falling into in Gaza as well. One final question with regards to the situation with Prime Minister Netanyahu. There was a statement that he was asked, apparently, whether or not the United States was retarding Israel's efforts in Gaza, to which there was a quote that he said, no, that's not happening.

But we know that, I mean, you and I have talked about that. We know that there is that going on. Is it a political maneuver on his part to try not to create so much animus with DC? He said he is going into Gaza. What happened was, first you had Kamala Harris get out there and say, we differentiate between the Israeli government and the Israeli people, i.e. the Israeli government are these crazy extremists who don't want peace, who want war. This is Netanyahu's war. And the Israeli people now want a deal on the hostages. They want a ceasefire. They want a Palestinian state. They want to end this, and they want to come to terms with the Palestinians. So that's what's behind Kamala Harris' statement, that the Israeli government is not the same as the Israeli people, and we have good terms with the Israeli people, and support the Israeli people, but not the Israeli government. Then you had a much more aggressive statement by President Biden, both a little bit in the State of the Union, but more afterwards in an MSNBC interview that he gave the day after the State of the Union, where he said straight out that he believes that Prime Minister Netanyahu does not serve the interests of the Israeli people, which is an interesting statement against a fellow democracy that has an elected government. And that he thinks that actually Prime Minister Netanyahu is harming Israel, and is harming its ability to fight and win this war. And then he also said that it's an absolute red line for the United States, that Israel not go into Rafi'ah, which for all intents and purposes means that Hamas would continue to control at the end of the war the quarter of Gaza, and still have its state and its ability to attack again. So Prime Minister Netanyahu was asked about all these statements coming from Washington, and he said, listen, I don't know what they're talking about.

I don't know what they mean. First of all, we're going to do Rafi'ah. We're going to do Rafah, because we've got to prevent another October 7th, and it can't do that if Hamas still is the government of Gaza at the end of it, or any part of it.

So Rafi'ah is an absolute has to happen. The second thing he said is, and I don't understand, this is not my war. Everything I'm doing, 80% of the Israeli people's support, whether it's going all the way to victory, whether it's going into Rafi'ah, whether it's rejecting the idea of a Palestinian state right now. On every single level, Netanyahu, if anything, is to the center left of his people right now.

So he's basically saying, no, you got your wrong to the American government. But this is a tension building. This is a very dangerous tension building, because Hamas is watching this and they're getting great encouragement. It's self-defeating for the United States. We want a hostage deal, but now Hamas says we don't need a hostage deal.

The Americans are coming around to our position anyway without one. Well, and this, and David, and we'll close with this, but this goes directly back to all of the upheaval. It goes back to the Biden administration's interference in the Israeli election, trying to make sure Netanyahu did not get into power. It goes to the Biden administration's efforts to support the opposition party and all of those protests that were going on prior to the October 7th invasion that took place by Hamas in Gaza. And the support of this administration for all of that upheaval that was going on, they were backing it a hundred percent, trying to topple the conservative Netanyahu coalition that the people of Israel themselves had voted into power.

That's right. And it goes back to Biden. I mean, Trump administration stopped that all, of course. But in 2015, they created an organization called V15 to try to defeat Prime Minister Netanyahu at the polls. They actually funded with American money, political campaigns in Israel in that election in 2015 to try to defeat Netanyahu, overt interference with American taxpayer dollars and a fellow democracy. And of course, they were defeated as they were defeated again in 2021, 22.

They don't understand Israeli politics, apparently, but it's not for want of trying. Here, here. David, thanks for being with me today. I greatly appreciate it.

Always a joy to have you. We'll have this interview posted as well, so you can rewatch it once again. Rick Manning joins me on the other side. We're going to talk about the state of the union. And we'll also get into, I'm going to play you a video of a rancher talking about what's happening to our beef supply in the United States. They're going to try to kill all the cattle. They're going to try to end the beef supply in the United States.

And they're just got the funding to put in the RFID chips in all the cows across the country so they can track them and kill them. Serious. Back after this. And we're all off air. Great. All right. Thank you, pastor.

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Hang on. Let me get this other screen up and running and boom, there you are. Now you're everywhere. I'm everywhere.

I'm everywhere. There you go. There you go. Welcome. Good to have you. Yeah, thanks for having me. It's a, you know, there's so much going on. It's a lot to talk about here for the last half hour of the show.

No doubt. All right. So let me, let me throw this up. We'll get into this, but I'm going to play this and then, and then we will, let me make sure that it's going, yeah, it's going to go over everywhere.

All right, here we go. So earlier this week, the House passed a scale down spending bill. Hidden within that bill, the lobbyist received $15 million to implement electronic tracking in the United States cattle. These electronic tracking devices are called RFID chips. They're implemented into the cow's ear and they're allowed to track where your cattle are at, what they're doing, and how many cows you have on your farm.

Now these chips have been used for years. Cattle ranchers can put them in their cows if they want to, but now they're trying to make them mandatory for the United States. And I'm fully against this. I do not want mandatory tracking chips in my cattle. I'm curious to see what y'all think about this.

Let me know in the comments. All right. We can talk about that. I mean, you know, they just had the big fires up in northern Texas. And I don't know if you saw any of the of the results of any of that, but it was disastrous for so many cattle killed. I think three people died, but it just destroyed thousands of acres that are rangeland that you could run cattle on. The cattle died, but you can't replace them on the land because it won't have food on it for a year or two.

And two of the largest poultry manufacturing, egg and chicken manufacturing plants in the country were up in the panhandle that were destroyed as well. Really? Yes. I didn't know that. Let's say it's not surprising, but I didn't know that. No, there's a.

It's. We have the one thing America has been able to do consistently is feed our people and that is is under attack. And whether or not the fires in Texas were the same natural causes, it still has an impact. But the truth is, the Biden administration policy is anti-food. It's anti-protein. It's anti-cattle based upon methane production and a false premise that cattle are the reason why we don't have why we have global warming. So they're anti-cattle because of that. And it's unfathomable that they would then seek to end the cattle industry in America. But the truth of the matter is everything they're doing is designed to make it more difficult to raise cattle.

And it is a we're shipping a lot of our processing companies or overseas. So we actually have to ship in case of pork, pigs and pigs and chickens, in many cases, overseas to have a processed, which means killed and then sent back. And, you know, becoming it's not enough to become energy dependent. Again, they want us to be food dependent. They want us to be food dependent. Well, and they're going after, you know, all of this food. The RFID chips basically gives them the ability to be able to control the cattle population.

I mean, you stop and think about it. If they know where all the cattle are, then they know how to go out and kill them. And I'm sure that within that RFID, you know, product, it wouldn't be too difficult to put enough of a jolt in the chip that if they pop the button, you kill the cow.

I don't know what the capacities are of it, because this is actually the first time I've heard about the RFID chip being in cattle, but the fact of the matter is, it gives them a, the only reason you want to have knowledge where all the cattle are and how many there are is if you plan to control that population. It is similar to the old argument related to registration of guns. They used to always say, well, we don't really want to do anything. We just want to know, you know, have guns registered so we know which guns are out there. Well, the fact is the only reason you had both registration of guns was to be able to know who had them and to be able to go and take them later on. And similarly, there's no reason to register cattle and have them electronically chipped so you can track where they're movement at all times, if you're not looking to actually use that information.

And it is disappointing that in trade-offs that occurred, that the cattle industry apparently must have signed off on this, because I can't imagine the western senators Senator Barrasso and others agreeing to these provisions if the cattle industry and if the National Cattlemen's Association, the Beef Cattle Association, had not signed off on the chimney. And if they did, you know, that's not very wise. No, not even close.

Not even close. There's actually another reason for it. I just thought of it. The National Beef Cattle Association is essentially a creation of a tax. I know this, I used to work in that area. The tax is every cattleman has to pay a quote-unquote voluntary tax into the government, which I think is distributed to the National Beef Cattle Association to promote the interests of the beef cattle industry. And the reason for that is because the beef cattle industry. And so if you chip all the animals, then they are able to accurately tax and tax the people who are running cattle and increase the tax, effectively increase the revenues for the promotion organization. Think of it like, you know, they used to have the milk people, had the Got Milk campaign with the mustache. Well, that's because the dairy people got together, they pay a voluntary tax, they have an organization to promote milk.

Well, National Beef Cattle Association is an organization to promote meat and cattle production. So that may be the rationalization for the RFID chip, but you and I know the actual implementation and the use of it is going to be destructive and it allows for the federal government to implement the policy of ending cattle as a meat source in America under the guise of global warming. Following the logic of what you just said, which makes a lot of sense, here's the other side to that. And this is why we fight, for example, down here in Texas, we fight property taxes. Because what property tax does is it takes these retired folks, retired military, retired others who are on a set income, who watch their property taxes reach a point where their quote unquote paid off property with the bank is no longer paid off because they can't afford the property taxes.

And then you have the government coming in and seizing the property. So theoretically speaking, then, if you start being able to tax these herds of cattle at a rate that the rancher can't afford to pay the taxes, then you essentially come in and the government seizes the herd. The way that it works, I want to talk about property tax for a second, but the way that it works is that the cattlemen actually tax themselves.

Okay, so they determine what the tax is, not the government, based on what budget they want their association to have. But ultimately, if the government knows where the herds are, it makes it so, let's say they want to have a restriction of the number of cattle being run on federal lands, they will know exactly how many cattle are on federal lands. If you don't have chips, they don't know how many cattle are being run and they can't enforce the restriction. So that's how they'll do it. They'll restrict the amount of number of cattle they can be run on federal lands to the level that it no longer makes economic sense to run cattle on federal lands, which takes a lot of the grazing land away and in effect then shrinks the capacity of the United States. So where the only people will be able to afford US beef will be people who can afford very expensive wines.

So that would be, I think, more likely the way they'd use it. But in terms of property tax, you're exactly right. We have this notion that we own our property. We have this notion that we own land, that private property is important.

But let me just be clear. You don't own your land. The government owns your land. The government owns your land because once you pay the bank off, the government can still take your land because you didn't pay your property tax.

You missed it and you end up with a lien against it. Then they come in and they confiscate your land and they sell it for pennies on the dollar to other people at a big profit. And a Supreme Court case just ruled that if they if they do that, they now have to give you the profit, which is a that just came down this session, which is a good thing.

But the fact of the matter is they're still selling your property. And so getting rid of property tax and I love Brogan Orquist in terms of the whole cutting income tax. He's going around the nation pressing for states to zero out their income tax the way Texas has. But the truth of the matter is I would far prefer to pay an income tax than a property tax because a property tax tells you that you don't own private property and there is no private property in America. We have to end the property tax first because it's the property tax that confiscates people's property. The second thing, but the thing in the short term that can be done, Pastor Gray, is Texas just passed 11, 12, 13 initiatives. Texas needs to model Proposition 13 from California is what you what you described as a situation in terms of people's property appreciating and the property taxes assessments going up. And so the property tax is going going up because property tax rate doesn't have to go up.

If your assessment goes up, how much they say your property's worth, even though you're not selling it, that that's how they then raise property taxes without ever raising the rate. The we had that happening in California in the 70s. Yeah. And the people rose up and they passed and they put up an initiative on the ballot called Prop 13. Yep. And when we passed it and for the past 50 years, 45 years, the Democrats in government have been trying to California been trying to eliminate Prop 13. It's the only tax they can't raise. Yeah, and is a great model.

It basically put your froze the values. Yeah, my mom, my mom still, well, she benefited from it. Because she didn't sell her house. And then when she did sell her house, you were you were still able to grandfather over per se. Grandfather to a relative to somebody who's a relative.

Yeah. And so it's a, for instance, when my, my mother-in-law passed away, before she passed away, I bought her house to give her some more income. And so I bought her house. And then when she passed away, I did not get a higher property tax assessment as a result of that.

So I carried her property, her base property line assessment with me. The that would be, I would encourage every state that has an initiative capacity to take a look at Prop 13. It works. It's actually something from California that's worth exporting. But it was also passed back when the Republicans still had a voice. Yes, it did. But just saying.

All right. But there's a there's a group that you can contact who's well versed in this and can get you the language. It's called the Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association. That's the Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association. They're based in Los Angeles. And I am confident that if anybody's interested in getting that started in your state, call them up.

They can provide you with all the all the information you need and go to it. Ending the property tax is much more important than lowering the income tax because they steal your property. If you don't pay, if you don't pay the property tax, we have to end that private property has to be inviolable in this country. Hear, hear. I agree with you. Hear that one. That's better. All right.

That's because that's what the rhinos say. All right. Let's say this.

Yeah. In our in our we got about about six minutes left. Let's get into the State of the Union. I have to be honest, I didn't watch it.

So I'm not gonna be able to have an art debate, you know, come really, but I want to hear your thoughts on it. And I'm sure that you watched as much as you can stomach, which probably had to be the whole thing. First of all, anybody who has any doubt that there's a battle for the soul of America needs to watch the first minute and a half. Just watch the first minute and a half. Don't watch anything else.

Watch the first minute. Because he lays out the bad he lays out that there are domestic and enemies, foreign and domestic. The enemies that are foreign are, you know, he might not define him the same way you do because we switch sides in the battle in Israel, as David Wormser and Pastor Greg talked about in the previous segment. But so I'm not sure who he thinks are the battles the enemies born, but the domestic enemies are you and me.

He made that absolutely clear. And so when they talk about, you know, we have a battle to fight, blah, blah, blah. When you talk about the, you know, we were outraged at things like the censorship, the platforms knocking us off, the Department of Homeland Security being able to tell the platforms that they shouldn't be using, you know, carrying content or should be blocking content. Pastor Greg getting booted off a number of different platforms over the past few years, because his content is too hot to handle for there is too much truth. That's a you know, that is a effort by the US government to suppress thought and understand every time we give them more power to do that they're not you they're using it against us.

Because the thought they need to suppress is the thought that was the the predominant majority opinion is country for 230 years until we decided to have a fundamental transformation by Barack Obama in 2008. At which point we ended up, we now have a push against that. So yeah, we have a battle for the soul of America, Joe Biden, Joe Biden defined it, in terms of some of the other things. And what I find most interesting and everybody wants to talk about the yelling, but he you saw classic by classic Bidenomics, where he complained about the size of candy bars and how many chips are in a bag under the under the guise of this is somehow, you know, the corporations fault.

Here's the truth. The reason you have fewer chips in the bag is because you have a problem where there may be, you know, they have to cost money. Yeah, there's fewer chips in the bag is the way they're dealing with Biden inflation with Biden inflation.

Yeah. And you have a choice, you can put two fewer chips in the bag, or you can raise the price. And they say, I don't want to raise the price. I want people to buy my chips.

And I keep the price lower, I've got more customers. So they put two fewer chips in the bag. That is a direct, a direct result of the inflation that Biden brought on their backs.

And corporations can either raise prices, or they can lower the quality or quantity. And so just understand, every time he talks about that, every time he mentions it, he's actually pointing a finger at himself, because he's the reason why there are fewer chips in the bag. The fact that he spent the space, say the union address talking about how many chips are in the chip bag, and how big the Milky Way bar is, is pretty instructive about how out of touch he is and how few answers he has about the economy. But people need to understand that fewer chips in the bag is because of inflation, the inflation that Joe Biden brought on this country. You mentioned something else too, in the break about, you know, concerns about the furtherance of the direction that he was taking the country through what he said in the State of the Union address. And the idea that perhaps they think that they are going to that 2024 is going to be a messy election for them.

So they're doing as much damage as they possibly can between now and then. Tell me what your what your thoughts are on that. Well, I'll just I'll use transgender policy for one.

Okay. You know, they they're accelerating. In fact, they finalized a rule that makes it illegal for a school that receives public funds to not open their bathrooms to boys, standard girls bathrooms. They took away the rights of men on college campuses who were accused of sexual assault or some kind of sexual harassment. They, they took away the rights of innocent until proven guilty with those regulations. There is a they have it. So what they're doing is they're every single crazy thing they want to do.

They're accelerating them. The this push to destroy Israel, in terms of saying the Israel there's a red line to go into Ramallah, even though it was as they we agreed on October 8, then we have they have to wipe out Hamas. Well, that's where Hamas is.

Right. Our government convinced Egypt not to allow Hamas to head over the southern border to get out. Well, and and the day over the day after Biden so to address was was when you had terrorists in Jerusalem standing in the middle of traffic, jump out of the car and turn automatic weapons loose on the people that were that were stuck in traffic over in Jerusalem. I mean, he's he's giving green lights to our enemies to act.

All right, we're out of time looks like Rick got frozen. He'll be back with me again next week. I'll be back with you on Wednesday. Please be praying for our friends in India as they have come under extreme persecution there by both Hindus and Sikhs who have threatened the lives of of the members of our of our of our ministry over there. We don't know the exact who, but we have received verifiable evidence that they had intended to attack, predicated on us and and the effectiveness of the gospel message. But don't forget, no matter what the enemy throws at us, at the end of the day, we will stop the attack. At the end of the day, we will stand for truth.

a new idol in your life. Have you defiled yourself through compromise and tolerance of that which I call an abomination? Have you innocent blood on your hands for the children murdered on your watch and the young ones perverted in their way by evil men seeking their own comfort and reviling me?

No. At the end of the day, I want him to simply say the evidence is in. Well done, thou good and faithful servant. I love my God and I love his creation and I will go to my grave telling the world that evil is evil and only God is good and Jesus came to save the world. That no matter the evil in the world, I will never give up and in spite of the hate, I will love in truth. God bless you all and may love remove the veil so you all might enter into his rest.
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