Joining George to discuss Pearl Harbor is guest Dr. Peter Hammond who is the Founder and Director of Frontline Fellowship. Dr. Hammond has personally carried out over 120 missions in the war zones and presented over 15,000 sermons, Bible studies and lectures in 36 countries. In the course of their missionary activities some Frontline missionaries have been ambushed, come under artillery bombardment and mortar fire, been stabbed, shot at, beaten by mobs, arrested and imprisoned. The Frontline mission base and high school in Sudan repeatedly came under aerial bombardment by the government of Sudan Air Force (10 times in 18 months). Over the years, 20 people involved in Frontline Fellowship outreaches have been imprisoned in Marxist or Muslim countries. Yet, by the grace of God, every one was freed in response to persistent prayer and pressure.
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Yesterday, December 7, 1941 — a date which will live in infamy — the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.
Pearl Harbor was one of the foulest conspiracies unleashed upon the American people and the world. Vital intelligence was withheld. The Japanese codes were broken. The advance was well observed. In fact Admiral Kimmel was at the launch point the week preceding. Mr. Robert Stinnett blessed the world with his magnum opus Day of Deceit and was an honored guest on The Power Hour. He has left us November 6 this year. He published the declassified documents outlining the orders given by Washington to let the Japanese attack unscathed. Many records are still unaccounted for. We will be joined by Dr. Peter Hammond of Frontline Ministries of South Africa to discuss this vital event and the treachery that cost thousands of American lives and led to a catastrophic war in the Pacific and America's entry into WW2. Dr. Hammond has devoted his life to the front lines of the mission field. He is an author, home schooler, missionary and devotee for truth. I trust we will reveal the deep, dark secrets of the power establishment to seduce us into an evil world government through deception.
There were many nations involved in this event. The key one was Britain. While they do mention an Australian warning of ship movement, they remain silent. Commander Malcolm Burnett of the RN was a British code breaker with the Far East Combined Bureau based in Hong Kong. Another captured bit of territory where prisoners were eliminated. He predicted the December 7th date. The Japanese flashed a message, "At 0000 on 21 November carry out second phase of preparations for opening hostilities." There is no way Hong Kong should have missed it. The FECB station in Ceylon was ordered to destroy all records. The Japanese didn't add another bit to their cipher until December 4th.
The Dutch had a code breaking section in Bandoeng. It was called Kamer 14. They were co-operating fully with the British and may have been the source of the Australian warning. They too were successfully attacked by the Japanese and all their records were destroyed. The Dutch were well aware of the Japanese fleet concentration of the strike force off Hokkaido. From Dutch military archives, "from analysis of Japanese radio traffic, it was possible to conclude from the last week of November 1941, that there were large fleet concentrations near the Kuriles." Captain Henning.
There were gaps in the serial numbers on cover letters 'C' sent to the Prime Minister on November 25th. Whereas German, Italian and Spanish fleet movements were on Churchill's desk, the Japanese material is missing never being released. This is another crucial piece of logic. If what the debunkers are saying is true, why cannot the archives be released? The answer is obvious.
We mourn our honored dead. We fight to prevent another attempt by grand design to seize God's Eden. We also mourn Robert Stinnett who passed away November 6. His book Day of Deceit was a grand revelation as to what transpired at Pearl Harbor. He was an honored guest of The Power Hour. We will do him justice by carrying the torch.
Jeffrey Matte joins today’s show to discuss artificial intelligence and social credit systems.
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Burrhus Frederic Skinner (March 20, 1904 – August 18, 1990), commonly known as B. F. Skinner, was an American psychologist, behaviorist, author, inventor, and social philosopher. He was the Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology at Harvard University from 1958 until his retirement in 1974.
Skinner considered free will an illusion and human action dependent on consequences of previous actions. If the consequences are bad, there is a high chance the action will not be repeated; if the consequences are good, the probability of the action being repeated becomes stronger. Skinner called this the principle of reinforcement.
To strengthen behavior, Skinner used operant conditioning, and he considered the rate of response to be the most effective measure of response strength. To study operant conditioning, he invented the operant conditioning chamber, also known as the Skinner Box, and to measure rate he invented the cumulative recorder. Using these tools, he and C. B. Ferster produced his most influential experimental work, which appeared in their book Schedules of Reinforcement (1957).
Skinner developed behavior analysis, the philosophy of that science he called radical behaviorism, and founded a school of experimental research psychology—the experimental analysis of behavior. He imagined the application of his ideas to the design of a human community in his utopian novel, Walden Two, and his analysis of human behavior culminated in his work, Verbal Behavior. Skinner was a prolific author who published 21 books and 180 articles. Contemporary academia considers Skinner a pioneer of modern behaviorism, along with John B. Watson and Ivan Pavlov. A June 2002 survey listed Skinner as the most influential psychologist of the 20th century.
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