This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a group dedicated to creating global socialism and a one-world government. Joining us today is Bill Jasper (thenewamerican.com), Senior Editor at The New American magazine. He describes how a vast majority of high-level government officials over the past 100 years has been a CFR member, excepting some members of the Trump administration. And it's not just politicians – there are people in foundations, corporations, think tanks, NGOs, and of course the media. He asserts that if you look at any major crisis over the past century – or even the past year – it will have CFR fingerprints all over it.
Socialism and Christianity are antithetical to each other. Co-opting in the church is the new word for apostasy. Duke Pesta (fpeusa.org), Director of the Freedom Project Academy is back with us to discuss the differences between Marxist woke-ism and the Christian church, which concerns primarily opposing outlooks on materialism. He covers how the church has been infiltrated over the past several decades and how most church leaders are too weak or too ignorant of Christian history to fight this battle. Will there be massive Christian persecution in the United States, and if so, how soon will it happen?
The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church is upon us. On today's podcast, John looks at how the Church is faring today amidst the Marxist fundamental transformation of society in the West. First there was the decoupling from Christian thought and now there is an attempted replacement in the form of socialist utopianism. John recalls his quest to cover the persecuted church over the years and the roadblocks he faced from those inside the Christian church who didn't think anyone wanted to hear about it or that it would affect attendance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, persecution of the church is coming in the West and in certain aspects has already arrived. We must stand with Christ – through the good times and the bad.