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Christianity and the Globalist Agenda

When God tells you what to do you cannot hesitate.
– “Vampiro,” played by Bill Camp, in the Movie “Sound of Freedom

The power of these 10 words threatens the most powerful individuals and institutions on the planet, and what might otherwise be their total control over governments. These words express a principle that an authoritarian government cannot tolerate. They proclaim “Government is not the ultimate sovereign. God is the ultimate sovereign. And if you challenge my God and make me choose, I will obey God, and I will defy you.”

There’s plenty out there to defy these days. One big piece at a time, the whole world is coming under the control of fewer and fewer people. That is inherently suspect, but their avowed and allegedly benign objectives make matters far worse.

Just two hedge funds, Vanguard and Blackrock, with combined assets well over $20 trillion, are the biggest shareholders in 88 percent of the companies on the S&P 500. These massive wealth managers work in concert with the World Economic Forum, the World Federation of Advertisers, and other transnational institutions to, as Ben Shapiro documents in a must-watch video, “create a universal framework full of guidelines and ratings designed to enforce approved narratives.”

And what is the purpose and objective of these narratives? In a 30,000 word essay, “The China Convergence” published earlier this month on Substack, author N.S. Lyons writes: ”The less the people are willing and able to practice self-governance individually and collectively, the more formal rules and systems of external authority will step in to micromanage what they want and how they behave.”

From these two sources, one succinct and the other comprehensive, both scrupulously documented, ample evidence is offered to help explain why Christianity is a threat to the narrative. Christians not only fail to recognize government as the ultimate authority in their lives, they are self-governing. They don’t need to be micromanaged. And on every issue of consequence, issues that will determine our identity and our destiny, they don’t accept the narrative.

The obvious clash between Christians and the globalist narrative is over how to define morality. But acrimonious debates over abortion and sexuality aren’t what makes Christians a threat. It’s that when Christians believe something is wrong, they will take action to change it. As the approved narrative aims increasingly to divide people by race and gender, at the same time as it aims to convince individuals to indulge decadence, depravity, indolence, victimhood, and general selfishness, Christians see this for what it is: the destruction of a culture and the erasure of a free people.

Hence the overwrought scorn brought down by the approved narrative onto the movie “Sound of Freedom.” From Rolling Stone, “The QAnon-tinged thriller about child-trafficking is designed to appeal to the conscience of a conspiracy-addled boomer.” From The Economist, “Turning the culture war into profit.” From USA Today, “a recruiting tool for the far right.” From People, “creative liberties” taken by the film included “scenes in which children are held against their will within shipping containers.” Creative liberties? It happens all the time! And from state-funded NPR, “QAnon supporters are promoting ‘Sound of Freedom.’”

This derision obscures establishment fear. Child trafficking, like sex changes on kids and radical gender indoctrination in elementary schools, crosses a red line for Christians. And they are not going to back down. Nor are these examples the only areas where Christians are ready to fight.

The extreme environmentalist agenda, a fundamental part of the approved narrative, is guaranteed to convert the vast majority of humanity into second class creatures. It not only condemns humanity to be reduced to the status of livestock, it puts the interests of plants and animals in front of the interests of people. Christians are as willing as anyone to strive for balance between nature and civilization, but Christianity explicitly rejects the primacy of “Gaia”: In Genesis 1:28, it reads “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”

Extreme environmentalism is a false religion, and Christians will never submit to it.

If the approved narrative relies on extreme environmentalism as the state religion that provides the alleged moral justification to effectively enslave the vast majority of humanity, the ultimate technology to enforce the lockdown is Central Bank Digital Currency. Christian scripture is so explicit on this phenomenon it might even make an agnostic think twice. Here is a modern translation of Revelation, 13:17: “Then it compels all, small and great, rich and poor, free men and slaves, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads. The purpose of this is that no one should be able to buy or sell unless he bears the mark.” Cash is freedom.

Secular conservatives recognize the power of devout Christians as indispensable allies, and even after decades of negative indoctrination, Christianity remains the dominant faith in America. Despite statistics demonstrating a decline in America’s “shrinking Christian majority,” even among Americans in their 20s, more than half still identify as Christian. Overall, two-thirds of Americans, over 220 million people, identify as Christian. What percentage of them are devout Christians? What percentage of them will become more devout as they recognize the hidden agenda behind the approved narrative, and see the decadence rolling out now in plain sight?

Christianity in America may have declined in recent decades, but that decline may be over. Moreover, with America’s fertility rate for devout Christians holding at 2.4, while only 1.3 for the irreligious, the long-term demographic ascendancy of Christians is inevitable. No wonder the culture seeks to stigmatize Christians. Their only hope is to convert millions of young Christians to atheism. But that trend, as well, may have already peaked. An authentic youthful rebel in 2023 America turns toward Christianity, not away from it. And in any case, watch the Christian resistance grow the first time, and every time, the government turns off digital money to enforce a carbon ration.

Christians recognize something the purveyors of the approved narrative only pretend to see, which is the existence of absolute good and absolute evil. The elites have done us all a favor, and perhaps committed a fatal error, by thinking humans were already so brainwashed they would believe it’s ok to tell five year old children they can choose their “gender,” or that it’s a healthy display of liberal tolerance to allow drag queens to twerk in front of elementary school children, or for doctors and “therapists” to coerce parents into having their pre-adolescent children castrated.

These things are abominations to Christians, along with pretty much anyone else with an ounce of common sense, and that they are institutionally promoted stimulates a more generalized skepticism of the approved narrative. It certainly calls into question the conventional wisdom that the approved narrative is “science based.” Under scrutiny, the entire narrative falls apart. No, we don’t want to live in techno-pens like human livestock to appease “Gaia.” No, we don’t want digital money that the government can track and turn off at will. Yes, we want to be free.

Christians are also a threat because they believe in an afterlife. They are not afraid to lose their possessions or even their lives, because they believe their experience in this world is only a preliminary to heaven. Animating to action a mere fraction of America’s Christians raises an army of millions. They have no fear, because they are God’s army.

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About Edward Ring

Edward Ring is a senior fellow of the Center for American Greatness. He is also the director of water and energy policy for the California Policy Center, which he co-founded in 2013 and served as its first president. Ring is the author of Fixing California: Abundance, Pragmatism, Optimism (2021) and The Abundance Choice: Our Fight for More Water in California (2022).

Photo: A large multi-generational group of family relatives holds hands and prays together in a living room, having not seen each other for a long time, due to normal circumstances or perhaps COVID-19 or Coronavirus. Faith and connection are powerful for hope.

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  1. Avatar for Travis Travis says:

    This is the best piece I’ve ever read on American Greatness. It summarizes my worldview very well, albeit with a tad more optimism. That optimism, however, may be well justified by some of the bits of good news he includes of which I was unaware, such as the birth rate info. It’s nice to be reminded why we’re seen as such a threat to everyone from Nero to the CCP…and the innumerable tyrannical steps in-between. Maranatha!

  2. Onward Christian Soldier!

  3. What a fantastic article. I am in total agreement with the authors biblical worldview. I am going to save this to read from time

    Well done, Mr Ring.

  4. Avatar for Travis Travis says:

    Welcome Kevan. I agree about the article. Good to have you aboard.

  5. Well, at least your heart and soul seem to be in the right place. Optimism abounds!!

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