Perilous World Radio 05/24/22

Patrick J. Kelly, your Country Lawyer, joins Alan and David Masters. Pat is starting to “see the beginning of the end.. of the people who vex us”. He’s referring to the many controversial “woke” triggers. He knows we are on the brink of going through some dark times together; some will be prepared and some won’t, however, we must “help our neighbors”. Pat instead sees these coming tough times as positive because we will see the changes needed. Pat says he’s more optimistic now than in the last 20 years. 


David finds a gem from Roy Masters’ classic Advice Line show, where Roy discusses the effects of being targeted by advertisers daily on our psyche.  Also, David found that in a new study, hatred is shown not to be as much as the media is falsely reporting.  The media is stoking the fires trying to create anger between democrats and republicans.


Pat talks about preparing for food supply shortages and inflation.  He wants to help as many people as he can. Alan gets honest about the possible threat from people in hard times. They talk barbed wire, handmade bayonets, dealing with our certainty of death, and not wasting time fearfully anticipating. 


3 out of 4 mothers are hiding their stresses from their families, and studies show that watching less than an hour of TV per day can lower the risk of heart disease. 

David says that stress is like gravity that holds people in place and helps us to make life achievements. When it’s a distracting force, like social media, it can be used against us psychosomatically. We react to the outside world getting inside us. It divides us and makes us weak. If we are to live the life God wants for us, Alan says that in the long run we all need to be thoughtful of each other.


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