Crosstalk: April 20, 2017
William Federer is a nationally known speaker, author and president of Amerisearch, Inc, a publishing company dedicated to researching America’s noble heritage. He has authored numerous books including, 'America’s God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations', 'BackFired: A Nation Born for Religious Tolerance No Longer Tolerates Religion', 'Prayers & Presidents' and 'The Original 13: History of Religion in America’s First Thirteen States' and over a dozen others.
William has referred to America as having national Alzheimer's; that we've lost our collective memory. Through the technique of deconstruction our nation has been changing. Students have been told negative things about the founders that might include how we took land from the Indians and sold people into slavery and of course, the students are repulsed by this. That puts the students into a neutral position so that someone else can come along with their pitch for LGBT lifestyles, socialism or Islam.
This is a strategy that was used by the Communists. When Mao Tse Tung took over China, he killed those who knew anything about the past including doctors, lawyers and teachers. He destroyed museums and artifacts and overall killed 80 million people. Why? So that he could have a mass of uneducated youth that he could easily brainwash into the People's Republic of China.
Europe, on the other hand, went from a Judeo-Christian past to a secular, neutral position with the French Revolution with Napoleon spreading secularism all around. Now France is entering an Islamic future with Mohammed being the number one name given to newborns.
From this we see how Western civilization went from Judeo-Christian to the gay-secular to Islamic. So the gay-transgender agenda is merely a transition phase; a creative way to cut ties from our Christian past but it's been quickly co-opted by Islam. So we've gone from Bibles in the schools to condoms in the schools to hijabs in the schools.
Is this 'stripping away' an accident or is it being done on purpose? William believes it's intentional because while most of us just want to live our lives, there are those who want power. So after researching approximately 6,000 years of recorded history, what did Bill find? What is that most common form of government? History shows that power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. We call them pharaoh, ceasar, kaiser, exalted czar, etc., but basically, if you're friends with this person you're more equal, if not you're less equal and if you're an enemy of this person, you're dead. That's the basic structure of society for most of world history.
From there, William took listeners on a whirlwind tour of history as he explained how we came to have our form of government and why because of that, in America, you are the king! It's a fascinating trip and you can come along when you review this vital edition of Crosstalk.