Brannon Howse: February 11, 2020

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Best Selling New York Times author Malachi Martin has written that in an 1819-1820 conference of the Grand Masters of Germany, France, Austria, and Italy, they wrote about the need to infiltrate traditional Catholicism and protestant Christianity. They also wrote of training young Catholic seminary students so that when they became older they would install a Pope that could be controlled by them and bring about their goal of globalism and ecumenicalism. Topic: In the 1960s, Vatican II turned the Vatican toward an ecumenicalism and liberalism that caused Malachi Martin to begin lifting up a shout of warning. Topic: Malachi Martin warned for years of a Communist infiltration of the Church of Rome and he warned of the influence of the USSR over the Vatican. Topic: Malachi Martin also wrote of how the Marxists and Masons, though having little in common, would unite to take down their shared enemy of traditional Catholicism and the protestant church. Brannon explains how Pope Frances, the first Jesuit Pope and a Marxist appears to be the long awaited Pope discussed at the 1819-1820 conference. Brannon also discusses how the Marxists and Mason have worked together to take down the largest protestant denomination in America, the Southern Baptist Convention. Brannon details how the Freemasons all but took over the SBC in 1993. Topic: Malachi Martin wrote a book in 1998 entitled Wind Swept. In this factional book, Martin writes of the Catholic Church being infiltrated by a group of religious, political, and financial elite that would use the Church of Rome and other institutions to bring about what he called “a single global society.”


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