It's the End of the World as We Know It

Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, recently reviewed the new book by Ta-Nehisi Coates, "We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy." He connects some of the ideas he sees in this book with the sex scandals hitting Hollywood and the media. The themes are fatherlessness and loss of control of the sexual passions. Ta-Nehisi became the editor of the famous abolitionist magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, at the beginning of the Obama presidency. Like President Obama he loved hip hop music and the world view it brought with it. Like Frederick Douglas he became an atheist and lived in sexual immorality. But the big theme is men being enslaved to the sin of womanizing.

This sin is a destructive slavery especially because it creates fatherlessness, which then produces sons enslaved again to womanizing. Dr. Jones argues that Ta-Nehisi shares in the "generational shame" because of the guilt of his and his father's sins. But instead of coming to Christ and seeking forgiveness and conversion he becomes an atheist and scapegoats all this guilt onto the "whites" Part of his theme is that the Jewish controlled Hollywood and media have been "social engineering" this agenda for about 70 years. It has been overturning our Christian heritage but now with Matt Lauer and others getting conquered by the same uncontrolled sexual passion their own empire is starting to sing to the tune of "It's the End of the World as We Know It." Dr, Jones asserts that "the most effective propaganda ministry in the history of the world collapsed under a barrage of sexual harassment claims.”

Contraception, the Sexual Revolution, the Catholic Church and Medjugorje

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After hearing this talk, the producer of a major Medjugorje video had a change of heart and is now devoting his efforts to exposing the fraud behind what he once promoted as true. This talk was also the basis of a day-long seminar on the dangers of private revelations, sponsored by the Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska, under Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz. This talk is the best explanation of what everyone thought was inexplicable.