Netflix, the pro-abortion transnational media conglomerate, has recently released a new “documentary” (propaganda film rather) called The Family:
Here’s a summary of what it’s about:
A secretive group has been grooming young, Christian men for leadership positions in American politics for decades, all the while ingratiating itself with presidents and congressmembers of both parties — and sidling up to some dictators around the world. Dartmouth associate professor Jeff Sharlet has been studying and writing about this group, known as “The Family,” for years.
“The Family is the oldest and arguably most influential, and strangely most secretive, Christian conservative organization in Washington,” Sharlet told VPR last week.
You might be asking yourselves who is this Dartmouth associate professor Jeff Sharlet?
Jeff Sharlet, 47, is an American journalist and author who has written for publications like The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone and the New Statesman.
He is perhaps best known, however, for his two books, 2008’s The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power and 2010’s C Street: The Fundamentalist Threat to American Democracy.
Before writing these books, the journalist was invited to live in Ivanwald, a Fellowship Foundation house in Arlington, Virginia in April 2002.
After leaving the facility, he undertook further research at the organisation’s archive, of which he told the Chuck Warnock Blog: “What I found there both shocked and intrigued.”
In 2003, he wrote of his time in that house in a Harper’s article titled “Jesus plus nothing: Undercover among America’s secret theocrats”.
In this article, he begins describing his time in the house by saying: “It is April 2002, and I have lived with these men for weeks now, not as a Christian—a term they deride as too narrow for the world they are building in Christ’s honor—but as a ‘believer.’”
According to the Marxist wypipologists over at Wikipedia Jeff Sharlet is a “former editor-in-chief of Pakn Treger, a journal published by the National Yiddish Book Center”, a recipient of “the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission’s Outspoken Award” and Jeff’s father “is of secular Jewish background”:
Every. Single. Time.
Now far be it for me to suggest Jeff is psychologically projecting onto Christians what his tribe engages in, but I’m fairly sure that’s what’s going on here. Am I wrong?
Food For Thought.
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