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The Global Lane - November 30, 2018

Border chaos, media obsession over tear-gassed asylum-seekers. Truth revealed; Terrorism threat across America's northern border; College students want it, but one university says no Chic-Fil-A; Life cut short for two American missionaries. Read Transcript


- Today from the Global Lane.

Chaos at the border.

Media obsession over tear gassed,

asylum-seeking women and children.

But silence about American victims

of illegal immigrant violence.

America at risk.

Not from Mexico.

The Islamic terrorism threat

across America's northern border.

College students may consume garden salads

in the Garden State,

but one university theresays no Chick-fil-A.

And I'll drive it home abouttwo American missionaries

who obediently finished the good race.

They lost their lives, but won eternity.

And it's all right here, rightnow, from the Global Lane.

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The ongoing chaos alongAmerica's southern border

with Mexico has led to renewedcalls for a border wall.

President Trump recentlymet with members of Congress

and asked for $5 billion in funding.

It came as the mediaobsessed over the teargassing

of asylum-seeking migrantsnear the California border.

Here to discuss what themainstream isn't telling you

is Maria Espinoza.

She's National Director ofthe Remembrance Project.

Okay, Maria.

Video and photos- Hello, Gary.

- of women and childrenbeing gassed at the border

were all over social and mainstream media,

so what were your thoughtsas you viewed those images?

- My thoughts about the fake news

is how terribly biased they are,

refusing to report aboutour American stolen lives,

our angel moms and dads and their griefs

and horrific tales of whathappened to their children,

how they were viciously murdered.

They're not reporting about the killings

of Americans right herein our own country,

yet they're going to theborder and reporting on

and setting up thesetypes of photos as well

in order to push a far left agenda.

They're going there andphotographing individuals

whose intentions are to invade our country

and ignore our laws.

We have a pathway whichthey can enter legally,

but they choose not to.

And this is the element thatthe far left is supporting

over American citizens.

- [Gary] What else should we know

that's not being reported, Maria.

- You know, Gary, Ithink it's very important

to know what our friends atJudicial Watch discovered

a few weeks ago when they wenton the ground to Guatemala.

They spoke with Guatemalan authorities

and they were told thattheir law enforcement

had removed over 100 caravaners

with ties to ISIS terrorists.

And again, just most recently,

Mexico was to have deported over 500

of these criminal alienswithin this mob caravan.

Now I've been to the border many times.

I've been on a night watch andhave seen the illegal aliens

crossing with backpacks full of drugs.

Now we were told of a very,

just heart-wrenching story again,

where a 16-year-old girl was found

by workers along a pipeline

and they rushed her to the emergency room.

She nearly had expired.

The doctors, after examining her,

found that there were30 different DNA samples

in this young girl.

So these animals, and I usePresident Trump's definitions,

they are animals.

Any man who will rape a 16-year-old girl,

and several men, 30 different men, Gary,

and this is what the left is championing

and trying to pull on theheartstrings of Americans

to allow into our country.

And when the media reportsabout 120 ratio to one

of the illegal alien, far left,

open borders agenda and message

versus what has happenedhere on American soil,

you know, this is avery dangerous situation

and I think our country needs to wake up.

Every citizen, your viewers out there,

certainly need to realizethat this is orchestrated,

this is intentional,and we have to stand up

and actually do something and get active

to save our country.

- Okay, Maria, quickly.

We're running out of time.

But border wall funding,the President says

he may shut the governmentdown if he doesn't get it.

What do you think?

Another empty threat?

- He should do it.

Look, we're talking aboutAmerican lives here.

And if it were your viewers' or anyone's,

your loved ones, Americanlife at stake here,

we would absolutely do it.

The baseline, we don't have toallow anyone into our country

and we have a Constitution,we have laws to follow,

and he absolutely should andthose legislators know better,

but they refuse to protect American lives.

- Okay, Maria Espinoza fromthe Remembrance Project,

thanks for your time.

- Thank you, Gary.

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- Hello, I'm Terry Meeuwsen.

Did you know there are morethan 148 million orphans

in the world today?

148 million.

But it was three little girls

that taught me aboutthe plight of orphans.

My husband and I spent nearly a month

immersed in the daily activitiesof the Ukrainian orphanage

as we waited to adopt three sisters.

I saw firsthand the utterloneliness, the pain of rejection,

and the overwhelming desire to be loved.

That experience changed me forever,

and out of it grew aministry from my heart

called Orphan's Promise.

Today, we're helping orphansand vulnerable children

in more than 50 countries worldwide.

Thousands of childrenare now in safe homes,

they're being educated, andthey're learning life skills.

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- Despite some recentdisagreements over trade,

the US and Canada havea great relationship.

But that could changeif our northern neighbor

doesn't stop its policy ofwelcoming Islamic extremists.

As Dale Hurd reports,new evidence suggests

Canada is turning into a terrorist base

that could threaten America.

- The US and Canada sharethe longest undefended border

in the world.

There hasn't been a reason to defend it

because there hasn't been a serious threat

from either country ina couple hundred years.

There is now.

Canada is, today, the happy home

of thousands of radical Islamists,

ex-ISIS fighters, andthe Muslim Brotherhood.

Their numbers continue to grow,

and they've infiltratedthe Canadian government

on several levels.

Many Americans assume thatall is peaceful and well

with their northern neighbor.

But security experts here warn

that by welcoming radical Islamists,

Canada now presents adanger to the United States.

Terrorism expert David Harris,

who worked for CSIS,Canada's spy agency, told us

a major attack on the UnitedStates by Muslim extremists

based in Canada is only a matter of time.

- Many years ago, I suggested

that many of the Islamist extremists

might regard Canada as an aircraft carrier

from which to maintain operationsagainst the United States.

- Canada is becoming afoundational sort of place

for Islamists of all stripes,

including the Iranians, by the way.

- [Dale] Thomas Quigginis one of the authors

of Submission: The Dangerof Political Islam to Canada

With a Warning to America.

He says Canada is in denial

over the terror threat its created

for itself and the United States,

and the Denier in Chief isPrime Minister Justin Trudeau,

who welcomed returning ISISfighters back to Canada,

saying they would be a powerful voice.

- He's actually said, in our Parliament,

sort of like outloud,on the public record,

that if you were opposed to ISIS fighters

returning to Canada, it isbecause you're Islamophobic.

In other words, it's notthem that's the issue;

it's your opposing theirreturn makes you Islamophobic,

it makes you racist.

- I think there's the idea that,

well, we need to welcome everyone

'cause everyone's wonderful, so kumbaya.

- [Dale] Toronto Sun columnist

and XM Sirius Canada host Anthony Furey.

- Heavens, this notion that ISIS fighters

are somehow deserving of kind of a respect

and a cultural accommodation

just as much as anyone else is nonsense.

(speaking foreign language)

- Hello, my friends.

- [Dale] This is Prime Minister Trudeau

sending an official greeting

to Canada's annual Revivingthe Islamic Spirit convention,

which he attended asa member of Parliament

even after news reportsthe event was linked

to a group that has funded Hamas.

- This is also aboutcelebrating our shared beliefs

in justice, fairness,equality of opportunity,

and acceptance.

- And it was quitestartling for people to say

do you know who you're talking to

and why would you say thatyou share their values

when their values areanti-democratic, anti-women's rights,

pro-slavery, pro-stoning of women.

I mean the stuff that'son some of their websites

here in Canada is startling.

- [Dale] There have beenlone wolf attacks on the US

from Canadian Muslim terrorists

ever since the Quebec-basedMillennial Bomber

tried to cross the borderto blow up LAX in 1999.

But the Islamist threat toCanada has been played down.

July's attack on the Danforth in Toronto,

where two women werekilled and 13 injured,

has been treated by thegovernment and the media

as only a mental healthand gun control issue.

Furey thinks the policeare covering something up.

- There's been a total cone of silence

around the Danforth shooting story.

I wrote a feature where I found out

that the family statementwhich said mental illness,

nothing to see here.

That had actually been sort ofco-authored and put together

by a spin doctor and also aMuslim community activist.

- [Dale] Much of Canada's mainstream media

seems to stand with the Islamists.

The Toronto Star announcedit was no long using the name

the Islamic State becausesomething so barbaric

could not be Islamic.

Parliament passed the notorious M-103

anti-Islamophobia motion last year.

Critics call it a government attempt

to silence any criticismof Islamists in Canada.

The government's welcome mat is not lost

on the host of this CanadianMuslim program on the internet.

- Of course, all of us take it for granted

- You see?

- in Canada.- You see

(speaking foreign language)

Canada has given us his blessing.

(speaking foreign language)

- Canada is your country.

- [Dale] Islam is, today,

the fastest growing religion in Canada,

and Montreal-based terrorismexpert Marc Lebuis says

the demographic changebecause of immigration

from the Islamic world is notonly profound, but dangerous.

- I claim that the vastmajority of Sunni-based

Islamic institution inthe province of Quebec

and also in Canada are Islamists.

- [Dale] Lebuis saysIslamists have infiltrated

Canada's government andits security services;

in some cases, at theinvitation of the government.

- Police forces such as Ottawa,

where they have visited radical preachers

in order to recruit themto join the police force

at some point or another.

- [Dale] But the Canadian government

has done more than welcomedangerous Islamists.

Quiggin accuses it of funding terrorism

through its financial supportof some Muslim groups,

and if terrorists basedhere attack the US,

he won't be surprised.

- In the past, I think,Canada would've had a defense.

We could say, look, we triedto get this stuff stopped,

but we failed.

But if it happens this time,we won't have that defense.

- The problem is so advanced,

the governent agencies incharge of our national security

are so compromised that itwill be very, very difficult

to be able to turn things around.

- Dale Hurd joins us with more.

Dale, you and I grew up in Michigan

and I know years ago we could drive

back and forth over the border

at Port Huron, Detroit,even up at Sault Ste. Marie,

and we'd only have to showan ID, driver's license.

How easy would it be now

for a terrorist to crossthe border into the USA?

- Well, real easy, if theyweren't a terrorist yet,

if they were radical Muslim

and they weren't on anyone's watch list

and they were a citizen of Canada.

I mean if they were on a watch list,

they'd have to be more creative

but they could find some partof the border to pop through.

- I'm sure some people would argue

that the greater threatto the US right now

is from lone wolves, domestic terrorists,

and that, Dale, you'rejust scaring people,

that this isn't based on fact.

So how do you respond to them?

- Well, I'd actually agree with that.

I mean the lone wolf terroristis almost uncontrollable

because, as you know, this is the story.

It's a so-called moderate Muslim,

not really interested in Islam,

has some kind of spiritual crisis

and starts going back to mosque,

it's under the spellof a radical preacher,

and decides they need to commit martyrdom.

And afterwards, afterthey've killed people,

their friends are sayingwow, he was such a nice guy,

I can't believe he did that.

So I mean those people are almost,

not impossible to track,but very difficult to track,

so yeah, that is much more likely.

But the idea of the story was

that Canada is essentiallysetting itself up

as a very warm and cozy home

for some potentially nasty people.

- [Gary] How good is Canadaat vetting immigrants?

- Well, Canada has a point system

for vetting asylum-seekers, refugees,

but then you have JustinTrudeau, and he opened the door.

In 2016, they let in almost50,000 Syrian refugees.

Now keep in mind that Canadais roughly one-tenth the size

of the US in population.

That would be like a halfmillion Syrian refugees

entering the United States.

Trump has capped it at30,000 for this year,

but only a handful haveentered the United States.

And these are people, I'm sorry,

but they're people from a broken society,

some of them Islamic radicals.

And the problem is thatthey're not being tracked

as far as we know.

Officially, they're not being tracked.

- [Gary] Like we do here in the US.

I know that Americans,if they're suspicious,

they'll report someone.

So how about terror attacksactually inside Canada?

We're not seeing Islamic terrorlike we've seen in Europe.

Why is that, and why doyou expect that may change?

- Canada's a great homefor radical Islamists

and maybe they won't attack Canada.

But I think there willalways be, as I said earlier,

they'll always be at riskfrom a lone wolf attack

because these are people

that are on a personal spiritual mission

and they want to get their 72 virgins

or pay for their sins by killing people

and we never know when that might happen.

- And based on your report, Dale,

it seems that a terror attack from Canada

is a real possibility.

What can be done toprevent it from happening?

- Yeah, you mean whatshould have been done.

As I'm looking at Canada, theproblems are now so ingrained

with political correctnessand the anti-Islamophobia law,

Justin Trudeau attackinganyone who raises the spector

that Canadians should beafraid of radical Islam.

I'm not sure what can be done now.

I think now what needs to be done, though,

we've got to be more vigilant.

We are probably watchingtheir bad guys if they aren't

and we're gonna have to keep doing that.

- Okay, Dale Hurd,thanks for your insights

and- Sure.

- thank you for bringing us a story

that we're unlikely to see anywhere else.

- You're welcome.

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- Chick-fil-A may soon become America's

third largest fast food chain.

But the popular restaurant is not welcome

at one New Jersey campus.

Students at Rider University say

they want Chick-fil-A on campus there,

but the administration says no way.

Joining us from CampusReform's Leadership Institute

is Emma Meschell.

Emma, good to see you again.

So tell us, what's goingon at Rider University?

I guess they're concerned morethan just chicken sandwiches.

- Definitely.

Rider University's decision

to come out with thisstatement against Chick-fil-A

and to ban the restaurantfrom their campus

shows just how far left and just how loony

the college campus has gotten.

Students elected in apoll, overwhelmingly,

to bring Chick-fil-A to their campus.

The school essentiallyreleased a poll asking students

which restaurant would youlike to see on campus next.

And we all know that Chick-fil-A

is a very popular restaurantacross the country,

but especially with young people,

and their number onechoice was Chick-fil-A,

yet we see that the collegecomes out with this statement,

saying that the company's values

had not progressed along enoughwith the values of Rider.

And this is just one more example

of the college campustaking an opportunity

and making it very politicized

and demonizing peoplewho are on the right.

Because we understandthat Chick-fil-A does have

corporate leadership that dohave more traditional values

and Rider has taken that to mean

that they are completely anti-LGBT,

and therefore, notallowed to be on campus.

And they're using this as an opportunity

to further demonize the right.

- It doesn't seem like Chick-fil-A

would be pushing their values

on people when they come andorder a chicken sandwich.

- Definitely not, yeah.

And students really are taking this option

and they're choosing this, I think,

because they want to eat the food.

- I met Chick-fil-A founderTruett Cathy years ago.

He seemed like a friendlyman who shared godly values,

so what's wrong with that, Emma?

- Chick-fil-A is a great company.

They actually have done alot for the communities.

And even when the Pulse nightclub

had that terrible shooting that happened,

Chick-fil-A opened on a Sunday

to offer food to those donating blood.

So I think it really does come down to

the fact that the collegecampus is using this

as an excuse to vilify a company

that has been connectedto Christian values

and, ultimately, this isjust an opportunity for them

to show how progressive they are.

And often, as we've reported

at the LeadershipInstitute's Campus Reform,

colleges come down to a contest

of who can be the most progressive

and who can take things the farthest,

and I think this is justanother example of that.

- I also understand some colleges

are actually helpingstudents cope with the trauma

of election loss.

Tell us about that.- Yes.

Elmhurst College in Illinois

actually has set upsafe spaces for students

in the wake of the midterm elections

and they were offeringfree treats and cider

and hot chocolate and coffee.

And I think it's pretty ridiculous

to see this happening on a college campus,

especially because it assumes that

all students feel harmedby these election results.

And Illinois, there was sometight races going on there.

It's pretty obvious that notevery students on the campus

shares that point of view,

and it's just another instance

of colleges alienating conservative

and libertarian students andglorifying more liberal views.

And it's for the taxpayers to decide

when these are publicly funded colleges.

We saw so many collegescome out with safe spaces

after the 2016 electionof President Donald Trump,

and it was widespread.

These were publicinstitutions offering treats

and daycare pretty much for these students

And what it comes down to isthe taxpayers have to decide.

These professors areemployees of the taxpayers

and it's up to them todecide whether or not

these are people that they want teaching

on campuses that they fund.

- And these campuses seem like they're now

more about feelings rather than education.

Okay, Emma Meschell from Campus Reform,

thank you for setting us straight.

- Thank you.

- And up next, two American missionaries

finish the good race.

One is now well known.

I knew the other one.

I'll share my thoughts.

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Did you know there are morethan 148 million orphans

in the world today?

148 million.

But it was three little girls

that taught me aboutthe plight of orphans.

My husband and I spent nearly a month

immersed in the daily activitiesof the Ukrainian orphanage

as we waited to adopt three sisters.

I saw firsthand the utterloneliness, the pain of rejection,

and the overwhelming desire to be loved.

That experience changedme forever, and out of it

grew a ministry from my heartcalled Orphan's Promise.

Today, we're helping orphansand vulnerable children

in more than 50 countries worldwide.

Thousands of childrenare now in safe homes,

they're being educated, andthey're learning life skills.

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- 26-year-old John Chauknew what he was up against

when he climbed into a fishing boat

and attempted to meet the tribal people

of North Sentinel Island.

The Indian government prohibits outsiders

from making contact withthe isolated people group.

But for years, Chau was determined

to tell the tribespeople about Jesus.

He knew he could end up in jail or dead.

On Chau's third attempt to befriend them,

the North Sentinel tribesmen stole away

the young missionary's lifeby shooting him with arrows.

He never got the chanceto explain about Jesus.

Now some people say Chau was reckless.

I think he felt he wasbeing obedient to God.

Word of Chau's death hastraveled around the world,

but I want to tell you aboutanother less known missionary

who recently passed from this earth.

Her name was Sandy Earle.

I knew he personally.

We became friends andcolleagues nearly 20 years ago

during my time with theVoice of the Martyrs.

Later, we worked together

to bring help to people inEgypt and parts of Africa.

Sandy was selfless,obedient to God's calling

to serve others.

I met up with her recentlyin North Carolina,

where she shared her enthusiasm

and zeal for helping orphans in Kenya.

Sandy helped rescue many from street life,

giving them food, housing,and hope for the future.

In Egypt, she was known asMama Sandy, and Kenya, Mum.

Sandy died unexpectedly

after suffering from a brain hemorrhage.

I don't know why God wouldtake her that way or why now.

It seems Sandy had so much more to do.

Some of the Kenya orphansviewed her memorial

live on Facebook.

They wept over the lossof their American friend.

I messaged the orphanage manager

and I told him to tell the children this.

We all will die, some unexpectedlyin the blink of an eye.

The big question is howyou will live your life.

Like Sandy, will you knowChrist and serve others,

or will you live for yourself

and die without knowing Him?

After the Kenya orphans heard that,

instead of dwelling on their loss,

they remembered what they hadgained by knowing Mum Sandy

and the godly exampleshe had set for them.

They stopped crying; they were calm.

May we all feel that peace.

Yes, John and Sandy passed too soon,

but like them, when our end comes,

may we all finish the race in victory,

running for, not away from Christ.

Goodbye, Sandy.

Until the day that we meet again.

That's it from the Global Lane.

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