Prominent South African on African Lessons for Defeating Global Evil

How do we fight the madness going on all around us? TNT radio host of “Jerm Warfare” Jeremy Nell joins Alex in this episode live from South Africa and explains with a unique perspective, just how we can fight back against all the insanity of the insidious agendas taking place all over the world right now, while also focusing on the positive.

Jeremy Nell is an Award-winning South African political cartoonist and broadcaster who hosts his own podcast and daily talk show on TNT Radio. You can find him at

In news, Alex goes through:

–A civil jury in New York City has found President Donald Trump not guilty of raping E. Jean Carroll in a department store dressing room nearly three decades ago. The jury found Trump liable for forcibly touching, sexually abusing and battery of Carroll. They also found he defamed her. Trump will be ordered to pay Carroll $5 million in damages. Carroll’s lawsuit against Trump was funded by Democratic mega donor Reid Hoffman.

–CO2 Coalition Announces Election of Nobel Laureate Dr. John Clauser to its Board of Directors
ARLINGTON, Va. – Dr. John F. Clauser, recipient of the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics, has been elected to serve on the board of directors of the CO2 Coalition, Arlington, Virginia.

–NYC Catholic Church Hosts Shocking ‘God Is Trans’ Exhibit-Manhattan Church of St. Paul the Apostle currently hosts a shocking exhibit called “God is Trans: A Queer Spiritual Journey.”

–According to data released by the Panamanian Immigration Bureau, more than 49,000 immigrants entered Panama from Colombia through the Darien Gorge in January and February this year, while the number in the same period in 2022 was less than 9,000. Panamanian authorities also reported a 3,000 percent increase in the number of Chinese citizens crossing the Darien Gorge during the same period, with 2,198 crossing the area in January and February.

–Chilean assets gained Monday morning on the news of a major conservative-led political shakeup, after Sunday’s vote to elect advisers to draft a new constitution saw the Chilean right come out on top. It’s being widely dubbed an earthquake in Chilean politics: the ultra-conservative Republican party has won 22 of 50 seats for the body tasked with overseeing a rewrite of the country’s Pinochet-era constitution, giving it clear veto power.

–Stitt vetoed a bill last week that would have funded the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) through 2026 citing the increasing LGBTQ content—including on Sesame Street. “I don’t think Oklahomans want to use their tax dollars to indoctrinate kids,” Stitt said during a press conference about the veto.

–Google/Youtube AI being trained on UN values and morals: Alphabet-backed Anthropic outlines the moral values behind its AI bot: Anthropic, an artificial intelligence startup backed by Google owner Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O), on Tuesday disclosed the set of written moral values that it used to train and make safe Claude, its rival to the technology behind OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
The moral values guidelines, which Anthropic calls Claude’s constitution, draw from several sources, including the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights and even Apple Inc’s (AAPL.O) data privacy rules.

–Girl, 6, Performed Oral Sex in Class With Teacher in Room – Critics say government “educators” and the sex-ed fanatics have some serious explaining to do after a 6-year-old girl at a government school in Texas was forced to perform oral sex on a boy in first-grade class. Classmates filmed the monstrous crime on April 19 even as a teacher was in the room, according to news reports.
The horrific event at South Elementary first came to the attention of parents after a video of the sex act was found on a district-issued device. From there, despite officials’ efforts to cover it up, word spread rapidly as parents and members of the community began protesting and demanding answers from officials online and outside the school.

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