Sunday, April 7, 2013

The Realist Report with John Friend


On this edition of The Realist Report, we'll be joined by Bill Finck of Christogenea.org and The Mein Kampf Project. Bill and I will be discussing the role of Christianity in the development and advancement of Western civilization, including how Christianity impacted and influenced some of the most prominent figures and political ideologies in Western history, such as the Founding Fathers of America and Adolf Hitler of National Socialist Germany. Where did Christianity go wrong? How was Christianity subverted and perverted to the point where now organized Christianity merely serves international Jewish and Zionist interests? Can we blame the problems facing our nation, our race, and ultimately our civilization on Christianity? Calls will be taken throughout the conversation. Be sure to tune in for what will definitely be an informative and interesting program!

You can download the entire program here, or subscribe to the American Nationalist Network via iTunes here. Thanks for listening everyone!

6 comments:

  1. Where did Christianity go wrong?

    When the Vatican's love of material possessions became greater than their mission.

    Ask Martin Luther about that.

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  2. Excellent show. It's so good one really needs to listen to it 2 or 3 times. At least I do. Bill Finck is really knowledgeable and insightful, and you too.

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  3. Julian Lee has a wealth of research about why priests should be celibate,but also have been married and had children first.

    http://celibacy.info/

    Great program John,Bill's scholarly research is really refreshing to hear.

    I think the caller was suggesting you produce leaflets briefly explaining ANA and CI,as there are surely others like him that would be happy to buy them and give them out,to receptive people.

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  4. The interviews with Bill are always enriching and intesting. Good program, John.

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  5. Mr Finck said that we don't read books...and then he mentions Thomas Paine as an example of his fallacy that thefounding fathers were mostly christians.

    Google The Age of Reason + Thomas Paine. Download a free PDF file of his book and dig in...you'll soon discover that Mr Finck got it very wrong!! Why do you suppose they called it "Nature and Nature's God"? Read the founding documents yourself and see if you can find christ or christianity mentioned anywhere.

    If he can't get our own history straight, how can he possibly get ancient history straight?

    BOGUS ...

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  6. ^
    Refuting one case does not dismiss the whole argument. You would have to refute the other examples he provided, which is unlikely (Franklin, Jefferson).
    Also both the Age of Reason and the Rights of Man both reference the Bible (pg31 Rights of Man), (Age of Reason refers to Christ pg 88 and 90, also discusses the Bible early on (pg 66 and prior and for many pages beyond pg 90).

    The Crisis pg 85 refers to himself as a Christian, he discusses Christianity than uses the pronoun 'we', to refer to himself and Christians.

    Finck is not a 'Christian' in the sense of belonging to the catholic church, nor were the founding Fathers in Finck's assertion.

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