Air Date: March 07, 2014
Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Gary Kah
Gary Kah is the founder and executive director of Hope for the World. He is the former Europe and Middle East Trade Specialist for the Indiana state government. While in that position he traveled extensively overseas working closely with the economic staff at American embassies on trade related projects. During that time he learned of efforts underway to establish a one-world political/financial system. He also discovered there was a religious motivation connected with these endeavors.
Gary has written two best-selling books detailing his experiences and explaining the goals of the one-world/interfaith movement. His books, En Route to Global Occupation and The New World Religion are fully documented and are critical in understanding today’s global developments, including the unfolding financial crisis and rapidly changing events in the Middle East.
What has not been reported is that there has been a lot of anti-Jewish activity within Ukraine over the past two weeks. It’s become so bad that Kiev’s chief rabbi urged Jews to leave the city. Gary noted that there’s a very strong neo-Nazi presence among the protestors. He quoted one source who alleges that the neo-Nazi’s are the ones that are armed and have been leading the violence against government authorities, policemen and the attempts to take over the regional Parliaments. In light of these recent developments, the Israeli government is encouraging Ukrainian and Russian Jews to come home while they can.
From that point on, Gary and Jim look at a number of specific Middle East concerns including:
–The Muslim Brotherhood is filling the political vacuum in Egypt which is causing problems for Christians.
–The significant Al Qaeda contingent in Syria dominates the military in some pockets of Syria causing Christians to look for some place to go.
–Christians in Beirut are under the gun because Southern Lebanon is under the control of Hezbollah.
–Jordan is being destabilized as well with terrorists from Iran and Iraq appearing to be refugees. They have been organizing protests in an attempt to topple that government as well.
–Israel is basically surrounded and they don’t feel they can trust President Obama.
–The Vatican has had an interest in the Temple Mount area for many years. They own and control many of the sites there. Gary believes the Vatican would like to see Jerusalem ‘internationalized’ and put under some kind of international authority that’s close to the Vatican. In return the Jews would have some type of right to the Temple Mount or possibly be given the opportunity to rebuild the Temple.