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Decentralization Is the Future of Free Speech

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the government subsidizing of vegetable and seed oils and how this has drastically increased diseases. Also in the show, David continues his analysis of the news centering around the Capitol protests and the media-alleged incitement of violence by President Trump. Will Big Tech’s censoring spree succeed? How many times have leftists called for violence against political opponents? Is violence the right way to deal with centralization? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

When Power Replaces Personhood

“Once you say human beings are expendable… it always devolves into tyrannical laws that create mirroring tyrannical crowds.” Join David Gornoski as he offers some interesting insights relating to mankind’s thirst for power, particularly in the field of politics. Plus, David comments on Big Tech censorship and the reactions of various world leaders; the real model behind corporate media; the assumption that more regulations can fix problems; eliminating disease with the right nutrition; and more.

State-Worship: The Root of Violence

David Gornoski starts the episode with a reflection on the countless lives lost in America’s endless wars, many of which were started by Obama and Biden. Upon reading the description of the Capitol mob violence, David highlights the environment that has been creating this kind of unrest. “We have been a country addicted to violence for years.” Join David as he comments on the various media commentaries and news stories from around the country, especially those centered around the Capitol protests. Listen to the full episode for all this and more.

Deconstructing the “Sacred Temple” of Human Sacrifice

“The way of the world is a crowd, and the crowd has lost its humanity,” David Gornoski says as he highlights the personhood revolution of Jesus. “In the discourse of our time, we have lost sight of personhood.” Join David as he takes on the corporate press’ demand for political “cleansing;” the meaning of the rise of Elon Musk; the codification of violence as state laws; the stoking of violence by Pelosi and Co; Big Tech censoring of Sidney Powell; the scapegoating of the MAGA crowd; and more.

Elections Have Consequences

David Gornoski starts the show with some reflection on the Georgia runoffs, the protestors’ breach of Capitol, and other news stories of the day. David once again highlights the futility of playing the binary game of politics by mentioning how politicians on both sides have mutually-shared interests in domestic tyranny and war profiteering. Join David Gornoski as he offers a devastating critique of the “MAGA vs. Dems” circus that is spiraling out of control right now while real victims are languishing in prison. Listen to the full episode for all this and more.

What Happens Next? Progress or Sacrifice?

David Gornoski starts the show by stressing the need to transcend politics and groupthink, especially when it comes to COVID. Why are we seeing so many deaths being reported as deaths caused due to COVID by the media? Why is there next to nothing being mentioned about the toxic vegetable oils that are ruining our body’s immunity? Are Big Tech and the corporate media telling the truth about asymptomatic COVID spread, or are they blatantly spreading anti-science superstition? How has the crucifixion of Christ challenged the rulers of the world? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

Hindsight is 2020, The Great Start of 2021

“The world offers a Great Reset, but what we need is a Great Start!” David Gornoski starts the episode with an analysis of the rampant authoritarianism as evidenced by the notorious lockdowns around the world. Why has Dr. Fauci completely ignored information on nutrition and our immune system? Joining David to see what lies ahead in 2021 is Shannon Braswell. The two discuss the anthropological work of Rene Girard and how Girard has provided a thorough dissection of our modern-day socio-political landscape. Listen to the full episode for all this and more.

Is the Priestly Caste Evil?

“If you don’t have the freedom to take up your cross and instead are forced onto a cross, then you’re not living the abundant life.” Is prosperity worth it without having the freedom to make choices? Join David Gornoski as he deconstructs the coercive structures that have come down from ancient sacrificial rituals while showing us the path to freedom as revealed by the anthropology of Christ’s crucifixion. “If you’re imitating Jesus, you are going to leave the collective to pick up the one.” Listen to the full episode for all this and more.

Great Reset, Saturnalia, and Christmas

David Gornoski revisits an essay he wrote a few years ago titled Saturnalia vs Christmas. What did Jesus mean when he said that His power is made perfect in weakness? David Gornoski gets to the bottom of this question and comes to some fascinating anthropological facts when comparing Jesus’ birth narrative to the ancient myth surrounding Saturnalia. In today’s culture, why is it considered cool to be a victim? Can Jesus’ kingdom be brought about by political machinations or is God working a bigger mystery through human culture? Listen to the full episode to find out.

Trail Thoughts: The Gift of the Incarnation

In this new segment of Trail Thoughts, David Gornoski and Eric Kampmann return to discuss Eric’s latest blog post “The Gift” in which Eric reflects on the birth of Jesus Christ and the revelation of God’s heart to mankind. Is the Christmas story a sentimental account as it is often made out to be? What kind of world was Jesus born into? What did Jesus’ birth (and eventual death) accomplish? Listen to the full episode to find out.

Visit Eric Kampmann’s website at erickampmann.com