]There is an overlooked enemy in this war against Christianity. It is not the Democrats. It is not the Republicans, who are more Left wing today than the Democrats were in the 1980s. It’s not Soros. It’s not the Illuminati. It’s not the illegal aliens. It’s not the homosexuals or even antics.
It is a group of self-selecting and powerful cult leaders. Their influence is unspeakably enormous — all the more so because their influence is rarely discussed. It is so all pervading that we don’t even realize it is there. They are the heads of a religion — a religion that hates Jesus Christ.
They don’t believe they are religious; in fact, one of the tenets of their religion is that they are not religious. The bedrock of their faith is that they don’t have any faith. They do, but they convince themselves and their cult followers that they are above all appeals to faith or belief. They just KNOW, and are above questioning. For to question them is to be a heretic, a foolish and ignorant know-nothing fit for mockery and ridicule.
Like Priests in every religion, they don’t do real work. They live quite nicely off of a mandatory religious tax — a tithe by any other name. They are accountable to nobody but “truth,” and since they define what is true (which is the role of priests and prophets) they are above criticism.
They are the gate-keepers to society. No one can hold a job of any importance unless they have journeyed through years of religious indoctrination under their discipleship.
Like any true religion, they don’t see themselves as religions — they are just explaining all of reality as it really is.
Of course that is exactly what I do in my writings. I’m not a religious person. I don’t believe in religion. I seek on Truth. And that Truth lies in the Creator and I have taken my cues from the literary corpus inspired by Spirit of Truth. I just say what is.
And they feel the same way. They would scoff at the idea that they are religious leaders.
We have not wrapped our heads around the idea that they so thoroughly control our thoughts, words, and deed. They spoon feed us the very knowledge we think we possess.
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