CHRISTIANITY AND THE TRUTH MOVEMENT: HOW MUCH DO THEY COINCIDE?

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by James Perloff, James Perloff.com:

Note: By the “Truth Movement,” I refer to those proactive people who do not reflexively accept what is reported by mainstream media, more than 90 percent of which is owned today by just six corporations. “Truthers” seek to “live outside the Matrix” and logically determine the realities that so often hide behind headlines. To achieve this, they have established their own presence as “alternative media,” using platforms such as blogs, independent radio, YouTube channels, Twitter accounts, etc. The Truth Movement has long existed (I myself began writing for alt media in 1985), but it experienced explosive growth after the government’s official explanation for 9/11 (as well as for the Middle East wars which followed) began to unravel. Truthers don’t always agree with each other, and make mistakes, but most of their errors are honest ones—which are bound to occur in the course of investigations—rather than deliberate lies prompted by corporate salaries or political agendas. Although the Truth Movement has been infiltrated by intelligence services, and the word “Truther” carries negative connotations for some, I am using it here in its most ideal sense: a person seeking only the truth.

Sometimes I’m asked questions along these lines:

“I noticed you were on X’s podcast. How come X isn’t a Christian and, for that matter, doesn’t even express any kind of spirituality? How can X see all the evils of the New World Order and not get depressed, when X doesn’t even seem to have the hope that comes from a relationship with God?”

I know many Truthers, and while I would say that a majority are Christians (of various denominations), there are also some Muslims, some agnostics, some New Agers, and within the mix a few people who are outright hostile to Christianity.

When I was hippie (about 1970), there was a general awareness among hippies and socialists that a wealthy elite pretty much ran America. We called it “the Establishment” or “the Man,” but we were far behind on the learning curve. We had never heard of the Council on Foreign Relations or Bilderbergers, knew nothing of how the Federal Reserve operated, the role that Zionism played—or, for that matter, that the CIA was behind LSD and our own counter-culture movement.

In our narrow understanding, only one thing motivated the Establishment: lust for money. We viewed geopolitics through the materialist Marxist lens: wealthy capitalists were exploiting the poor and working classes in order to increase their own riches. There is, of course, a substantial measure of truth to this. The New World Order’s oligarchs offer the perks of fiat-generated wealth as incentives for the human cogs who run their system, and today we correctly speak of the “one percent” and ever-widening gap between rich and poor.

But it never dawned on us hippies that ultimately there was a Luciferian component. And why would it? Most of us were God-rejecting agnostics. (Who ever heard of a God-fearing hippie or Marxist?) After all, wasn’t religion “the opiate of the masses”? If there was no God, there was obviously no Lucifer either. Fancying ourselves scientific, we had tossed God and Lucifer into the “myth” corral where Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy reside.

However, with the Internet’s acceleration of information, it has become progressively clearer that the “New World Order” (NWO) is not simply materialistic; it is Luciferian. We can see it in the ceremonies at Bohemian Grove in Northern California, where America’s elite have long gathered annually. The rituals there include dressing en masse in gothic, hooded robes and sacrificing a human being in effigy (or is it for real?) before a forty-foot tall concrete owl representing the Canaanite god Moloch. Alex Jones broke through the Grove’s tight security to videotape the bizarre nighttime ceremony. Bohemian Grove participants have included the Bushes, Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney, Colin Powell, Henry Kissinger, top Bechtel executives, and many other “notables.”

For those with time to watch it (40 minutes), this landmark interview with Dutch whistleblower Ronald Bernard, a former currency manipulator, mentions the lethal satanic rituals the global elite engage in (it is best watched in full-screen mode to read the subtitles; some may prefer a version with an English voice-over:

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