Paul McGuire, Fifth Columnist & Master of Doublethink
By Ken Adachi <Editor>
November 2, 2006
Paul McGuire is a radio talk show host found on fundamentalist Christian radio KBRT, 740 on the AM dial. I don't usually listen to him, but I catch him now and then flipping through radio stations while stuck in traffic. It's hard to take him for long because he's so annoyingly strident and self satisfied in every statement he makes. His callers tend to be sycophants who either praise him to the hilt or toss him snowball questions that fit perfectly with the fundamentalist party line he tries to inculcate.
Yesterday, November 1, I heard him say something that simply flabbergasted me. I'm paraphrasing, but it went something like this:
'we probably can't stop the NWO takeover agenda because it's it's been foretold in the Bible as God's Revelations (the Armageddon, pre-destined Will of God, you know), but we can see to it that the values of Christians are included and upheld in the new North America Union Constitution to come.'
In other words, McGuire in clearly implying that it's too late to hold on to our existing U.S. Constitution (the one which includes the signatures of Thomas Jefferson,
John Adams, etc.), but his brain washed radio listeners ought to see to it that their cherished values are part of the NEW North America Union constitution!
Is is just me? Or did I hear a PERFECT example of Orwellian Doublethink from a fifth columnist posing as a patriotic Christian radio talk show host?
those who don't know, is the odd mental state of holding two opposing and contradictory ideas- simultaneously-and accepting both of them as true.
For readers who have the time, please see if you can find the audio archive of his show for November 1, 2006 and tape it for me. I'd loved to produce a transcript of his exact words. This guy needs to be outed-and soon. .
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