Air Date: October 7, 2015
Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Tim Brown
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When Barack Obama was a senator and campaigning for the presidency, he promised something called a National Civilian Police Force. In light of that, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has announced a new Strong Cities Network that was launched September 29th. This network would plug local police departments into international cooperation and shared resources with their peers all across the world.
Should there be applause for this network or action taken against it? Joining Jim to discuss this effort was Tim Brown. Tim is an author and editor at FreeedomOutpost.com, Sonsoflibertymedia.com, washingtonstandard.com and gunsinthenews.com. He is a father of 10 and a lover of liberty.
The Strong Cities Network is a national initiative that will be supported by the United Nations which Tim noted is neither American or Christian. The network will bring to the federal government, initiatives that are part of other nation’s governments. It will not be based upon the Constitution. This is important because as Tim pointed out, the Constitution is not the law of the land. It is the law that binds and restricts federal electives.
Why should people be concerned if this is about protecting America citizens? Tim cited an article he wrote where he described the Muslim refugee resettlement program as actually the U.N.’s attempt to vulcanize and terrorize the West by bringing in individuals whose ideology is at odds with ours.
So what will be the response? Obviously there will be those who will stand up against it. Since the Strong Cities Network is designed to target violent extremism, the network will determine who is an extremist in America cities.
Who or what entities come under the rubric of violent extremism? Tim indicated that the document doesn’t tell you because they want to make it innocuous. However, the Obama administration has given indications in the past who they feel fit the definition. They include:
–Those who talk about individual liberties
–Those who advocate for states rights
–Those who want to make the world a better place under a Christian worldview
–Those who believe the colonists sought to free themselves from British rule
–Those interested in defeating the Communists
–Those who are anti-homosexual
–Those who are anti-Muslim
–The Patriot Movement
–Members of the Family Research Council
–Anyone opposed to Agenda 21
–Those with concerns about gun control
–Anyone who is anti-abortion
Is the Strong Cities Network another step in the reduction of American sovereignty and a possible threat to your civil and religious liberties? You decide when you review this vital edition of Crosstalk.