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October 24, 2009

white-house copyI have been familiar with Alex Jones for many years now and for the most part, admittedly, have enjoyed his site.  It was here where I became “educated” in the history of false flag operations, gleaned insight into the NWO.  His comment section is less than civil and, I confess, I have had to respond to the “God haters” more than a few times. But I digress.

The latest in Jones’ repertoire of NWO films, Fall of the Republic, has been mega-hyped and self-promoted as a masterpiece.  In reality, it was well produced, although it is difficult for me to sit through almost two hours of opinions – even if they are from opinionated experts in their respective fields. The news clips were interesting, but for a veteran observer of the site, most of the content had already been formulated in my mind.  For a newbie outside the matrix it would probably be an eye-opener.  Nevertheless, I was somewhat enjoying it for the first hour, but then Jones made a statement that took me aback. He said:

“internal FEMA documents (which, by the way, he failed to present) reveal that the majority of America’s pastors now serve as agents of the shadow government.”

Think about this for a minute Christian.  The MAJORITY of America’s pastors – not priests – are not what they seem.  According to Jones, they are “agents of the shadow government.”  Now this little piece of disinformation was probably ignored by 90% of the viewers, but the implications are so damaging to Protestant churches and their pastors that I found it difficult to watch the rest of the film.  This offense brought to mind every charge leveled against Jones by others as being a Jesuit coadjutor – something I have struggled with through discovering his Georgetown University address, his choice of advertising a purely anti-Protestant Catholic web site called “The Holy Family Monastery” and his avoidance of speaking of what can only be an integral part of the NWO – the Vatican.  Couple that with the warning of deceased ex-priest Alberto Rivera that the Jesuits’ agenda is to destroy Protestant churches and ruin the reputation of Protestant ministers. Now what should we believe?  It certainly ISN’T that the majority of pastors in America are agents of a shadow government!  That is so ludicrous as to be laughable. 

I would also have to disagree with his figures on the following unless he can prove their accuracy: 

On July 17, 2008, Infowars stated that 26,000 preachers were participating in the CRT.  Now, the figures have tripled? According to Jones:

 “…now there are more than 75,000 preachers serving FEMA in the Clergy Response teams.”

Okay, Alex.  So where DO you get your figures?  I want to believe you, I really do, but… 
When it comes to the Jesuit connection, the rabbit trail branches off into so many side paths that I can’t possibly begin to name them.  The scandals that have dogged the Vatican and its bank, the untimely deaths, the gigantic financial holdings of this tiny sovereignty and its political tentacles are too numerous to detail in this article. Take note however, that before the G20 summit in which Barak Obama signed our country’s economic oversight into the hands of a global Financial Stability Oversight Board, the Pope had called for just such action. On September 19, 2009, BBC News reported the following:

“The Pope has called for reform of the United Nations and financial bodies, giving them “real teeth” needed to tackle economic and social injustice.”

In his encyclical presented on July 7, 2009 entitled Caritas in Veritate, or Charity in Truth, he stated:

“There is urgent need of a true world political authority.”

He warned that globalization, properly managed, could “open up the unprecedented possibility of large-scale redistribution of wealth on a world-wide scale. (Whose wealth is he referring to?) But badly directed, it could “lead to an increase in poverty and inequality, and could even trigger a global crisis.”

The article also stated that the Pope was to meet with Barak Obama at the Vatican that Friday and that it would be an opportunity for them to exchange views on moral imperatives.   

Does Rome influence world affairs?  That’s a no-brainer.  The Pope has met with diplomats and royalty from every corner of the globe and they consider it an honor to consult with him on issues of high importance.  It seems that very few countries, if any, refuse to bow to this papal emperor.  Most tend to ignore that fact that he is not only a religious figure, but a political one, and an extremely powerful one at that.  
In the final analysis, Fall of the Republic is an interesting and informative documentary for the unlearned. However, mixing truth with disinformation can’t inspire one to support it. Maybe Alex, you simply wanted to sensationalize the CRT aspect, and maybe all your Roman Catholic ties are coincidental. That’s possible.  I truly want to call you a hero and you have done some very good work, but it only takes one spoonful of arsenic to poison the Kool-Aid and slandering Christian Protestant pastors with unproven fallacious assertions leaves a bitter taste.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Kauaiguy permalink
    October 24, 2009 7:55 pm

    Excellent observations….All roads do, INDEED, lead to Rome …

    • October 25, 2009 2:06 am

      Yes, Jim. We sometimes tend to forget that the Vatican is a political entity – a very POWERFUL political entity. It is obvious that the world’s leaders don’t “bow to the Emperor” to have their sins absolved.

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