on Netflix - documentary regarding a Christian 'secret society' in the USA, close to presidents, patriarchs, prime ministers,
kings & bishops throughout the world.
The show is being portrayed from a cynical viewpoint, but to me it genuinely seems that at least some of what is being portrayed as conspiratorial &
suspicious activities surrounding what amounts to a loose network of lay believers, are in fact rooted in fundamental misunderstandings of appropriate
spiritual ministry to powerful & wealthy leaders across the political spectrum & around the world.
Several of the show's participants have personal axes to grind, which sullies the alleged objectivity of the documentary, and a few bad apples are
held up to 'prove' the suspicious nature of the organisation, instead of the 99/100 associates who are not bad apples, who work hard to charitably
contribute to maintenance of the spiritual & cultural heritage of the nation.
One matter held up as 'evidence' of allegedly criminal import is that of congressmen sharing a townhouse allegedly subsidised by the organisation -
but if you put ten men in one house, why would you expect them all to pay the full monthly price of the whole house? No, they instead share kitchens
& dining rooms, library & sitting rooms - so they each make a contribution which is less than the full rent would be, with the benefit of a discounted
rate to compensate for the loss of any real privacy.
I find the information in the documntary fascinating, but see it as being badly warped by a far left bias which creeps through the introductory
epiisodes & ultimately becomes evermore plain to see as the series progresses. At worst the organisation could be viewed as a cultural misadventure
with good intentions at its heart - not a criminal NWO illuminati conspiracy, as the film-makers wish to imply.
Ultimately I'd rather see world leadership from a centre-right majority Christian/Masonic nation* being largely expressed & self-supporting by the
existence of a 'network of friends' who try to minister to the powerful, all the while living out a righteous life as God-fearing culture-bearers.
This is in stark relief as opposed to an anarchist's dream of far left atheist 'values' - or, God forbid, the spectre of oppressive Sharia Law
becoming a force to be reckoned with in opposition to best efforts at righteous global governance.
*...I mean to say that the nation & its people are firmly rooted in the 'conservative yet compassionate' values of a true expression of Biblical
Christianity, which is summarised perfectly in a prophetic expression of the prophet Micah (Ch.6 v. 8):
*"..[T]he Lord has told us what is good. What he requires of us is this ~ to do what is just, to show constant love, and to live in humble
fellowship with our God.."*
That one statement (in fact from Old Testament scripture) is a prophetic statement referring to Jesus' core message - it sets out the absolute,
central & enduring message of a true expression of the Christian faith. To love others as ourselves, to treat others as we would hope to be treated,
and to avoid sinful living at all costs, all the while seeking to meet with God on closer & closer terms as the years of our lives roll past. The
founders & shepherds of 'The Family' would seem to be upholding these central precepts, and so we should pay closer attention, rather than seeking to
tear it down. Any organisation can be lacking in some area, and so our attention can perhaps be used for the good, to bring healing & to repair
The centre-right of fifty years ago is now labeled 'far-right' or 'alt-right'
, which would cause the allied commanders of those brave men &
women who beat back Nazism to spin in their graves with the inappropriate labeling & coordinated propaganda we're seeing in this modern age -
information for the masses has been weaponised, and is now filled with misinformation & disinformation - being vomited up by strategically linked
far-left types in the USA's Media Land, with ANTIFA in close support no doubt, wherever the protests are found, in which people are unwittingly turned
into agents of the destruction being sought by the ultimate organiser/s. There is clearly an agenda at work with many groups linked together as one,
forming a generally atheistic, far left counter-culture. Such groups are actively working to discredit the conservative mainstay of the West's
relatively democratic nations (note 'relatively', because no system is perfect - the USA & UK are examples of 'nearly there' societies in which most
aspects of our societies are absolutely righteous - justice, mercy & humility at the heart of things - with notable exceptions such as discriminatory
& unaffordable health care in the USA, and the inability of the young to get on the housing ladder in the UK).
Anyway,, the documentary is fascinating in many ways, revealing some of the mechanisms of government in the USA to people like myself who tend only to
get snippets here in the UK - but the agenda of the producers leaves a bad taste. Watch carefully, and you can see the good intentions of the Family
being plastered over by the film makers, with little crumbs of evidence of those good intentions being peppered throughout the series, though more
often than not it's a case of 'blink & you miss it', due to the editing sham which is underway; however, that is then carefully edited to promote a
conspiratorial angle - ultimately for the benefit of the mainly atheist, subversive anarchist 'ANTIFA' types, who are far more disruptive than the
hard-working conservative types.
“Don’t call everything a conspiracy, like they do, and don’t live in dread of what frightens them.
ETA - Editing title re: NWO & ANTIFA linkage
edit on AugustSaturday1918CDT04America/Chicago-050019 by FlyInTheOintment because: per ETA