P.I.D. Radio 3/16/08: Money For Nothing and Kids For Free


OUR planned guest for tonight, Dr. Jerome Corsi, had to reschedule for next week. That worked out fine for us, because we had plenty to talk about — whether you choose to classify it as “blather” is up to you.

The first half of the show was devoted to a little-publicized meeting last week held at the U.S. Department of State. It was essentially a brainstorming session by representatives of a number of multinational corporations on further integrating the U.S., Canada, and Mexico into the Security and Prosperity Partnership (i.e., the North American Union), and then integrating the continent into a Transatlantic Economic Council.

Sounds like a push for global government. Interesting, too, that this is happening with the advice of major business leaders but without the participation of the United States Congress, whose consent to such treaties is required by the Constitution.

In the second half of the show, we discussed more examples of the spiritual ware being fought around us: A case of demonic possession documented by a board-certified psychiatrist; satanic sacrifice of dogs in western Pennsylvania; and very disturbing allegations of the sexual abuse, torture, and possibly murder of children at a group home on the island of Jersey, just off the coast of France.

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2 comments on “P.I.D. Radio 3/16/08: Money For Nothing and Kids For Free

  1. Terry Blake

    Hi Derek
    Friday, March 21, 2008

    I just listened to your interview on “Eerie Radio”, and I was impressed with your ability to hold your ground and state the facts, under fire. Your answers to there question’s were accurate, while maintaining a very diplomatic approach.

    I would recommend this show for “Believers” and “Unbelievers”

    Terry Blake
    Dayton Ohio

    Eerie Radio
    Derek is this week’s guest — show uploads Monday, 3/17/08

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