In the first half, medical intuitive and clairvoyant Stewart Swerdlow shared insights into various phenomena, and forces that guide the world as we know it. He also talked about being "recruited" for the Montauk Project, which involved such areas as mind control programming, time travel, weather manipulation, esoteric weaponry, and "even opening the vortices and wormholes to other locations." He said he was used in the program because of his family background-- one of his cousins started the KGB in the Soviet Union. The Montauk Project was closed in 1983 when psychic Duncan Cameron inadvertently generated a kind of "monster" that started destroying the military base, Swerdlow continued.
The goal of mind control programming on a global scale is to turn the population into "obedient robots" who'll do what they're told without questioning anything-- and Swerdlow believes that we're unfortunately seeing this play out today. Further, he suggested that most serial killers in the last few decades are mind controlled with stalker programming that is often related to new world religion and "sacrifice ritual programming." He discussed his investigations of the Bosnia Pyramids, which he claimed are over 40,000 years old and have a vast underground tunnel system underneath them, which were built by non-humans. For more, check out his video Underground Bases and Tunnel Systems.
In the latter half, author Howard Bloom talked about the issue of confidence as it affects current events. While confidence among Americans in the economy has improved some, it is still at a low level, and "confidence in Congress is at a staggeringly all time low," he remarked. American citizens' confidence has been zapped by the government shut down, the incredible polarization and fighting between Democrats and Republicans, as well as negative campaigning against leaders such as Pres. Obama, he outlined.
Conversely, Bloom noted how many Americans have too much self-confidence, which when it's undeserved can be a poison. "We're suffering simultaneously from too much self-confidence and too little confidence," he commented, adding that Americans have become so accustomed to being #1, they're unprepared for another country such as China to become the dominant player. Bloom also offered analysis of the current nuclear negotiations with Iran. Saudi Arabia is unhappy with the negotiations, he reported, because they want to maintain their position of power in the region.
News segment guests: Robert Felix, Catherine Austin Fitts