British Members of Parliament spent three hours yesterday debating whether or not Donald Trump should be banned from the United Kingdom. It was a symbolic debate, as Britain’s government has already decided it will not ban Trump. But, in a world filled with crises, and plenty of evil leaders who have not been banned from Britain, was it really appropriate for British MPs to spend this much time debating about a few words spoken by an America businessman? Why all the attention about what Donald Trump said, while little attention is paid to the dangerous things some men in power have done? Find out more on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show with host Stephen Flurry.
United States President Barack Obama hailed the Iran nuclear deal a victory for diplomacy—and for peace. With the implementation of this deal, “the region, the United States and the world will be more secure,” he said. The opposite is true, however. Since the early '90s, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry has written about Iran being the prophesied “king of the south.” Since that time, Iran has risen to power at an alarming rate, and on January 16, the United States officially crowned it king in the Middle East. Find out about the dramatic, though widely unknown, events that led up to Iran’s prophesied ascension on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
Mr. Armstrong’s life as a servant of God spanned about 60 years. Throughout this period, you see a man who dedicated himself to the work of God. The things he most often thought about and discussed revolved around God’s great purpose for man and the work He was performing here on Earth. Mr. Armstrong’s life is filled with lessons and principles that will help you grow spiritually and develop a stronger relationship with God the Father. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry goes through some of the big principles of life learned by those who worked closely with Mr. Armstrong.
United States President Barack Obama delivered his final State of the Union address last evening sounding confident as ever in America’s future. He spoke strongly about the U.S. military and America’s foreign policy, saying that claims about America getting weaker and our enemies getting stronger were just “hot air.” “No nation dares to attack us or our allies because they know that’s the path to ruin,” he said. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry takes a brief look at America’s standing in the world to show that its current status doesn’t exactly square up with the president’s latest remarks.
Also on today’s show, was Angela Merkel’s decision to open Germany’s borders legal?
With Mein Kampf being printed again in Germany, many are looking at the modern German’s perception of Adolf Hitler. Just 70 years removed from the atrocities of World War ii, today’s Germans are making comedic movies about Hitler and posing for selfies with actors impersonating the feared Nazi leader. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry covers the significance of this mood change in Germany.
Also on today’s show, we cover the importance of remembering the legacy of Herbert W. Armstrong.
The massive and coordinated sexual assault in Cologne on New Year’s Eve reveals some of the worst aspects of the refugee crisis in Europe. Germany’s politicians and the mass media have tried their hardest to ignore the negatives of the migrant crisis. Despite Germany’s attempts to cover up or ignore the magnitude of the Cologne attacks, news outlets are finally being forced to cover the story due to the sheer number of victims, which is now over 500. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry examines how the German people are responding to the Cologne attacks and explains where the migrant crisis is pushing Germany.
Germany’s police, media and politicians have deceived the German public about crime caused by migrants pouring into the country. The lie was exposed in the most dramatic way possible on New Year’s Eve in Cologne. A 1,000-member mob raped and groped women with impunity. No one was arrested, and the head of the local police union believes no one will be punished. By trying to cover up this kind of migrant crime, German authorities are destroying the faith of the German people in their government, media and police. The parallels with 1930s Europe are unnerving. Meanwhile, the global economic crisis of 2008 is causing Europeans to completely rethink the American dominated economic system. A revolution is brewing in Europe that will see nations look to new politicians and a create a new way of running their economies.
On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, host Stephen Flurry discusses U.S. President Barack Obama’s latest speech on gun control and the real motive behind the next round of executive actions.
Also on today’s show, how Saudi Arabia’s showdown with Iran is leading to a divide in the Middle East that is prophesied in your Bible.