TBR Radio’s Dixie Heritage Hour Oct. 4, 2019 – Marcus Busser

TBR Radio's Dixie Heritage Hour


In today’s TBR Radio Presents The Dixie Heritage Hour, Dr. Ed makes a Skype call to Switzerland to speak to Marcus Busser.
Marcus is a missionary who has been living and serving in Colombia for the last 27 years.
He has established the Cartagena, Colombia campus of University of the Nations. He is the president for the South American campuses of University of the Nations.
In Cartagena Marcus has established the House of the Nations from which he has sent hundreds of missionaries.
Marcus explains the differences between the governments in South and Latin America that are democracies and those that are socialist. He also explains why the Socialist countries are NOT working. He explains how the government systems and “democracy” work in Switzerland, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, and Brazil.
Did you know that Switzerland has no president or chief executive but a council of seven executives?
We talk about the political system and problems in Venezuela, how that country went from being a wealthy country to impoverished, and about the millions of refugees that have fled to Colombia from Venezuela.
Marcus was in Switzerland at the time of the interview so I asked how people in Switzerland and South America view Donald Trump. The answers will surprise you.
I also asked him how Colombians view Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s president, who is very Donald Trump-like. Marcus tells us why Colombia is freer than the United States.
Also discussed: an Evangelical Party has been established in Colombia and they have seated 20 senators in the last year, and the importance of “limited government” and why the most important government is “self government.”
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