Tares Infiltrated Evangelical Associations Sponsoring KONY 2012

Do not let this fool any true believers in Jesus Christ, there are tares at work here. This is not an individual judgment upon persons, that is God’s job, yet we are commanded to examine the fruits. That is very plain to see in this instance that this is not the true church being represented. These are politically and financially and megalomaniacally motivated manipulators whose goals lead to war and all that includes.

Exposing KONY 2012 and Invisible Children’s Evangelical Christian and CIA Relationship

 

 Evangelist student Jason Russell was one of the protégées of none other than infamous multi-millionaire TELevangelist Jerry Falwell. Russell studied as an undergraduate at Falwell’s own Liberty University located in Lynchburg, Virginia. During a financial fall-out which began in 1994, Falwell received bail-out funds for the failing university from none other than the Reverend Moon.

Reverend Sun Myung Moon was founder of the Unification Church and owner of the Washington Times, and stabilized the University through two of his organizations – a forced business marriage with Falwell and Liberty. At the time, an alleged $2.5 million was funneled through a Moon organization known as the ‘Womens Federation for World Peace’ which has been chaired by Beverly LaHaye, wife of Timothy LaHaye. The Womens Federation for World Peace paid $3.5 million to the Christian Heritage Foundation, which in turn bought Falwell’s $73 million debt.

Jerry Falwell and Korean Reverend Moon’s CIA links are well-known and documented. Among them are Moon’s past sponsorship of the organization like the Council of National Policy founded in 1981 by Tim LaHaye, co-author of the ‘end-of-times’ themed “Left Behind” cult book series. It is reported that he received $500,000 from former Korean CIA officer, Mr. Bo Hi Pak, who was Moon’s righthand man, and a former Korean CIA officer. Another Moon-associated group is known as the ‘Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable’, made up of many of the same members from Rev. Moons’ CNP and CRF organizations. It marries leading Moon associated evangelicals to the CIA, the Council for Foreign relations, the Trilateral Commission – all of which are closely tied to the Bilderberg Group.

 

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4 thoughts on “Tares Infiltrated Evangelical Associations Sponsoring KONY 2012

  1. I had recently stumbled into that Koney 2012 propaganda and didn’t have to look far to find that there was something very superficial about it, that there was more to them than meets the eye, so their connections are quite revealing. I think you can find out alot about a person by paying attention to the friendships they keep.

    This is where I posted about it…
    http://susanflutterbys.blogspot.com/2012/03/who-is-kony.html

    The young lady in the first video came from Uganda and still visits there often because her family still lives there. It is interesting to hear what ordinary people in Uganda think about Koney and about this Koney 2012 movement.

    1. Hi Susan, Glad to hear from you.

      Yes, I’ve seen all the videos and researched this and I read your link and the comments too, you have a great deal of patience to explain to L., who seems to be pretty uninformed or ignorant of how the ptb work. So bless your heart, dear friend, maybe he’ll get a clue?

      Willful ignorance is both sad and harsh reality, so those who are true Christians are gonna get an education one way or another, if they aren’t just wanting to debate to hear themselves. Yet so many are giving lip service to “the horrors of the world of today”. 😦

      You have a willingness to explain, but I’d remind you that a woman really shouldn’t try to teach a man, so be wary. Just saying………

      1. Good council about “teaching men”. I have a slightly different take on that bit of wisdom. Often women that want to be over men use Deborah for their support, but that should actually support the warning that it is a bad trap to fall into (for men). Men should find wisdom wherever it is to be found, and yes, women can have wisdom too (especially older wisdom like us 🙂 )… however, the glory and thanksgiving of any bits of wisdom wherever they are found, credit needs always to go to God. If the man credits the woman, and leans on her for his strength and wisdom, he is not helping himself at all. The image of a weak man with a domineering wife is a very sad picture.

        There are probably many worse people than Koney, so to make a whole movement to “get Koney” should make people wonder about what’s really going on…if they are really thinking, that is…

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