UPDATED (See Bottom) -- Macron (France) and Merkel (Germany) getting the crossed-arms and blunt stare of a real, live, "America First" President.
A US special operations soldier has been killed and five military personnel - including four American service members - wounded in an "enemy attack" in southwestern Somalia, according to US officials.
A few weeks back, the government of Sweden sent out a booklet to every household in the country urging citizens to prepare for war or other crises and that citizens should be prepared to last for at least a week without any help from the government.
Last night, in the most unsettling move yet, they mobilized the entire Swedish Home Guard for an “unannounced preparedness exercise.” All 40 battalions have been activated, effective immediately.
On Wednesday, the Hal Turner Radio Show made Broadcast history by being carried by both WBCQ 7490 AM and WRMI 9455 AM, which, between them, caused the show to be broadcast over the ENTIRE Continental United States, ALL of Canada, ALL of Mexico, most of Central and South America, ALL of Greenland, ALL of Iceland, and most of Europe!
There was a brief period of technical difficulties which were fixed on-the-fly (and live on the air) but the rest of the show went off pretty well.
As a service to new readers/visitors to this site, I am providing a FREE audio archive of the show . . . .
As all of you know, The Hal Turner Radio Show broadcasts on frequency 7490 KHz (AM) via International Radio Station WBCQ located in Monticello, Maine, USA. That station uses a 50,000 watt transmitter into a super-high-technology "log periodic" beam antenna, which focuses the signal to a narrow "beam" and thereby makes the radiated signal equivalent to 725,000 watts! The beam directs the signal in a 45 degree spread from Maine toward Mexico City, thereby covering huge swaths of the USA, central and South America. By virtue of some of that signal spilling off the rear of the antenna, my show is also heard in parts of northeastern Canada, and parts of western Europe.
Sadly, this set up leaves "gaps" in coverage. For instance, as the signal "goes high" toward the sky, it pretty much cannot be heard in the densely populated northeastern US, cannot be heard from central California to Vancouver, BC and elsewhere.
All that changes tonight . . .