Monarchy, as a system of government, has existed for thousands of years. Historically, the mechanisms of Liberty has been understood against the backdrop of kingdoms. While other forms of the State come and go, monarchy always retains certain qualities that has endeared it to the human psyche, perpetuating itself even if only through fiction.
Our guest tonight is John Alan Martinson, Jr. He is a vlogger, podcaster, and publisher of the Martinson edition of "Freemasonry and Judaism: The Secret Powers Behind Revolution," by Vicomte Leon de Poncins. He is also the director, co-producer, and chief narrator of a two-hour documentary entitled, "Missing Links," which details how Israel was responsible for the mass-murder of September 11th, 2001.
Tonight, we're going to examine the basics of monarchy and why it should be implemented in the United States.
Featured music is AshleyAlyse’s “A Puzzling Predicament,” and Bosa’s “King’s Quest,” both of them available pursuant to CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 Unported.
This week’s episode will be about monarchism. The live stream will begin on Saturday, April 28th @ 10pm EST (9pm CST). If you prefer to listen to it after the live broadcast, YHTOM will render it into a free downloadable podcast.
For more information on John Alan Martinson, Jr., feel free to watch his documentary film “Missing Links” and read the Martinson Edition of Vicomte Leon de Poncins’ “Freemasonry & Judaism: The Secret Powers Behind Revolution.”