Tagged: Dominionism

The Ruling Class-Sponsored Race War and the Balkanization of America Part Four

Rushdoony’s Bastards and the Hijacking of the Ron Paul Revolution

by Paul & Phillip D. Collins, September 29th, 2008

Knights of the Golden Circle KGC

A rare illustration of a Knights of the Golden Circle (KGC) ritual c.1861, replete with the secret society’s distinctive symbolism.

Previous installments of this series have examined the disturbing conjunction between the Minute Men, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, Malthusian population control advocates, and Dominionist organizations like the Council for National Policy (CNP). The overall contention presented in this series is that there is a racist Fifth Column co-opting otherwise legitimate grassroots movements. This Fifth Column is connected to the intelligence community, tax exempt foundations, globalist organizations, and other conduits for elitist interests. The power elite hope to use this Fifth Column to radicalize activists within disparate enclaves, which will eventually be mobilized in a politically and socially expedient race war. If such a race war can be successfully fomented, then the United States can be balkanized. With the Republic atomized and constitutional governance broken, America can be assimilated into a socialist totalitarian world order.

This installment shall attempt to elucidate the neo-Confederate Trojan Horse within the so-called “Ron Paul Revolution.” Masquerading as libertarians, these neo-Confederates are trying to use Paul’s movement as a vehicle for divisive racial politics and secessionist objectives. Some of these neo-Confederate elements constitute a faction of the CNP, as is evidenced by the personages of Rousas John Rushdoony and Gary North. Given this continuity of CNP involvement in the promulgation of racial dialectics, it is clear that the same forces behind the radicalization of the Minute Men are also responsible for the corruption of the Ron Paul Revolution.



The Ruling Class-Sponsored Race War Part Three

Diener Consultants, the CNP, and the Implosion of the Minutemen

by Paul & Phillip D. Collins ©, June 10th, 2007

MCDCBack in 2005, these researchers warned that an elite-controlled racist fifth column within the Minutemen was destroying the immigration reform movement. Now, two years later, that prediction has come to pass with frightening accuracy. In the May 23, 2007 Sierra Vista Herald, Jonathan Clark reported two state-level officers in the Minutemen Civil Defense Corp. (MCDC) were dismissed for questioning Minutemen President Chris Simcox (no pagination). Eighteen state MCDC leaders put together a memo on May 8 addressed to Simcox, Vice President Carmen Mercer, and Executive Director Al Garza to attend a meeting in Phoenix to answer questions concerning the MCDC’s donors (no pagination). On May 14, Simcox responded with a memo threatening the 18 state-level leaders with the termination of their MCDC membership if they attended the meeting (no pagination). Twelve to thirteen state leaders went ahead with the meeting and issued a vote of no confidence against Simcox (no pagination). The Sierra Vista Herald reported that two leaders, Oklahoma Chapter leader Greg Thompson and New Mexico state director Bob Wright had their membership terminated (no pagination).



The Deep Politics of God: The CNP, Dominionism, and the Ted Haggard Scandal (Part 1 of 2)


by Paul Collins & Phillip Collins ©, Feb. 19th, 2007

Part 1 of 2

CNPCurrently, the majority of people in America associate the name of Ted Haggard with sexual scandals within the U.S. Evangelical movement. On November 2, 2006, Haggard was accused of engaging in a homosexual tryst (Harris, no pagination). This accusation was made by Michael Jones; a former gay escort/body builder who claims Haggard paid him for sex and drugs (no pagination). Jones went on Peter Boyles radio show on KHOW volunteering to take a polygraph test (Gorski and McPhee, no pagination). The test was administered by John Kresnik, who characterized Jones’ answers about sex as “deceptive” (no pagination). However, Jones said that he probably would not take another polygraph test (no pagination). This raises substantial doubts about the voracity of Jones’ claims, especially in light of Kresnik’s willingness to disregard the initial results because of Jones’ prior stress, lack of sleep, and an inability to eat (no pagination). Thus, at least some of the allegations against Haggard may prove to be false. Yet, that being said, it has been firmly established that Haggard bought methamphetamines (Harris, no pagination). Methamphetamines are supposed to enhance the sexual experience for homosexuals. Haggard also admitted to receiving a massage from Jones, which, of course, raises suspicions (no pagination).

In the end, America has been presented with an evangelical leader who has been involved in drug use and sexual immorality. The latest installment in a long series of depraved fiascos was engineered, in part, by Michael Jones. Essentially, Jones is a homosexual who wants to frustrate the efforts of traditionalists and conservatives who are trying to prevent homosexuality from being normalized. To achieve such an end, Jones probably exaggerated and embellished his story. Before anyone takes Jones’ story at face value, it should be remembered that he is a drug-dealing prostitute. Given that shady background, one does not have to be an evangelical Christian to suspect Jones of perpetrating some deception. The Haggard story is very tragic because there are no “good guys.” Instead, there are merely varying degrees of evil. A beleaguered America, tired of all the scandals and demoralization, is presented with the familiar portrait of a preacher who has fallen to immorality and hypocrisy. Yet, the only revelations that have been made available thus far are being provided by a moral reprobate whose only interest in exposing Haggard is the subversion of the traditionalist campaign to maintain sexual sanity.