Tonight I’ll delve into the various forms of tyranny that we allow to occur in our country. We will discuss why the boisterous minority of tyrants are seen as the majority and how to resist it peacefully.
Today I will discuss Flag Day. I’ll delve into the flag’s significance, its evolution, and what it truly means today.
Tonight we will delve into the symbolism of capturing the flag. I’ll discuss the unfortunate truth that our flag has been captured by corporations, institutions, and ideologies.
Tonight I’ll delve into the transformation of the retail landscape into an organized retail prison. We will discuss how the moral decay of our society has spawned the panopticon we currently live in.
Tonight I will get into the communist attack on Atlanta and Peru. I’ll also get into censorship a bit.
Dr. David Berman discusses standing up against the tyranny of the state, his persecution by BLM and the Southern Poverty Law Center, the state of the church and more. We will also get into COVID, vaccines, and resisting communism.
Joel Gilbert discusses The Trayvon Hoax and the implications of the events surrounding his death. We will delve into the methods communists use to takeover a nation.
Joel Gilbert is a filmmaker based in Los Angeles and President of Highway 61 Entertainment. Gilbert is also a political commentator and foreign policy analyst. He has produced documentary feature films on Barack Obama, Dreams from My Real Father (2012), Progressive politics, There’s No Place Like Utopia (2014) and Donald Trump, Trump The Art of the Insult (2018). He has also produced films on Middle East history including Farewell Israel (2008) and Atomic Jihad (2010). Gilbert’s other films cover music icons Bob Dylan, Inside Bob Dylan’s Jesus Years (2010) as well as comedies on Paul McCartney and Elvis Presley.
Joel Gilbert is a graduate of the University of London (BA 1986) where he studied at both the London School of Economics and Politics and the School of Oriental and African Studies. Gilbert has an MBA degree from George Washington University in Washington DC (1991). Gilbert contributes articles to American Thinker and appears often as political analyst and Middle East policy consultant on national radio and TV shows.
Sarah Dye discusses her families persecution by communists and the refusal of the city, police, and farmers market to stop it. We will also get into family farming, education, and the tactics that the communists employ to terrorize the public into submission.