Three Stooges at GCN Create Another Laughable Alternative Media Soap Opera

Three Stooges at GCN Create Another Laughable Alternative Media Soap Opera

Moe Jones, Curly Rense and Larry Anderson are at their comical best this time

By Greg Szymanski, JD
Mar 31, 2009

Business must be slow at the Vatican controlled GCN misinformation network.

A quick fix to that is to create an alternative media explosion by having Alex Jones threaten Jeff Rense, whose night time disinfo show was canceled by owner Ted Anderson, according to a post on http://www.fourwinds10.com.

The explosion between our Jesuit trio of Jones, Rense and Anderson came over an article on Rense’s site accusing Jones of being pro Zionist.

Whether the event was orchestrated or just deceptively calculated, the end result will be to bring negative attention to Rense and Jones as well as keeping the heat on the Jews for causing the world’s problems.

So Rense blames the Zionist Jews, Jones the elitist bankers.

However, both never touch the Vatican agenda since they are in business to protect Jesuitism, a sorry fact which will lead to a fascist one world government and one world religion.

Proof in point: Jones stays away from any Vatican or Knight of Malta criticism like the plague while Rense every now and then will run a token anti-Vatican story just to make it look good.

But both completely ignore  history and ignore the true nature of the Luciferian Vatican and Jesuit hierarchy.

I know this for a fact because I stopped broadcasting on GCN and RBN networks because nobody there honsestly wants to concentrate on the Jesuit Order as well as the Vatican’s geoplotical stranglehold on the world and its spirtual false doctrine agenda.

Further, if you broadcast on GCN, hosts must sign an agreement saying they will not criticize other GCN hosts, meaning nobody can talk bad about “big bad Alex.”

On the other hand, RBN likes to fill its airtime with anti Jewish broadcasts, but isn’t it interesting that both networks really never concentrate on the Jesuit and Vatican agenda.

So, it wouldn’t surprise me to see Rense jump ship to RBN or American Freedom Radio or other networks that protect Jesuit interests while the  rift between the two continues, bringing even more duped listeners to believe they are getting the truth when, in fact, they are getting a sanitized version authorized by the Vatican led New World.

To show you how these guys operate, an email correspondence between Rense and someone named Dan was sent to the Arctic Beacon explaining this staged event.

Recommendation: don’t believe a word of it, but have a few laughs knowing you figured out the childish play going on between these  three  stooges.

Here is the laughable email correspondence between Rense and Dan: Continue reading

Confession to the Jesuits No 40: Who Is the AntiChrist?

Confession to the Jesuits No 40: Who Is the AntiChrist?

Most Protestants now believe Jesuit theories not the Word of God

By Greg Szymanski, JD
Mar. 29, 2009

“In vain they worship Me”, Christ said, “teaching for doctrines the traditions of men.” (Matt. 15:9)

“Come out of her my people!” (Rev. 18:4)

In this Confession to the Jesuits No. 40, we embark on the first of a number of confessions detailing what the Word of God has to say about the plans of the Anti Christ as described in the Book of Revelations.

The reason for writing directly to the Jesuits is to show the two theories they have given us identifying the AntiChrist are false and contrary to the Word of God.

First, we will look at the Jesuit theories of the Antichrist, second we will look at John Knox and the Protestant Reformers interpretations and lastly we will look at the Word of God as the final authority. Continue reading

What Is a Cult?

What Is a Cult?

Vatican, Mormonism and Islam fit the definition

By Greg Szymanski, JD
Mar. 25, 2009

The Vatican and their secular followers in Freemasonry likes to throw around the word “cult” when it refers to “fringe” Bible believing ministries that have broken away from mainstream Protestanism.

However, when looking at the definition of the word “cult” it better describes the Roman Catholic Church and other major religions like Mormonism and Islam.

The word cult can be defined in the following way:

“A cult is a group of people basing their beliefs upon the world view of an isolated leadership which always denies the central doctrines of Christianity as taught from the Bible,” according to scholars who have studied the occult.

Knowing the Vatican, the LDS Church and Islam directly contradict the Word of God in the Bible, doesn’t logic demand that these organizations be labeled as “cults” instead of Bible Ministries who follow the Word of God?

The Bible warned of this confusion in Isaiah 6:20: “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness; Who substitute bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

To decide whether the organized religion you belong to is a cult ask yourself if it fits the following description as provided by the folks at The Christian Expositor:

“It is important to recognise that the ‘isolated leadership’ have the last word on everything and are ‘a law unto themselves.’

“They are incapable of error and answer to no man, despite their many and inevitable contradictions.”

Without question, the Vatican can be considered one of the largest cults in the world, considering the Pope claims to be infallible and the Vicar of Christ. Besides the Vatican, according to the Christian Expositor, “some of the more established groups of the last 150 years who have laid claim, in some  form, to  the  title  – ‘the only true Christian religion’ – are the Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christian Science,  the  Worldwide  Church   of  God  (Armstrongism),  the Unification Church (Moonies), Christadelphians, and the Children of God.  Our intention is to  honestly examine the claims of these, and other,  groups by comparing the writings of their leaders – their sacred writings, teaching magazines, and books – with the teachings of  the  Bible which they all claim to adhere to in some form or degree.  Nothing will be quoted from that cannot be proven by  reference  to the original work or the best surviving version of a work.”

Further, let’s look at the Expositor’s (www.thechristianexpositor.org) examination of Mormonism, claiming to be the fastest growing religion in the world, and how it fits the definition of a cult:

More commonly known as  the  Mormons, and abbreviated to LDS in the following  passages,  this  American  religion has always been presented by its leaders as the ‘only true church’ on earth today and challenges us to examine it in the following ways:

1. ‘If, after a rigid examination, it be found an imposition, it should be EXTENSIVELY published  to the world as such; the evidences & arguments on which the imposture was detected should be clearly & logically stated, that those who have been sincerely yet unfortunately deceived may perceive the nature of the deception &  be  reclaimed,  &  that  those  who continue to publish the delusion may be exposed & silenced…’ (Orson Pratt, ‘The Divine Authenticity of the Book of Mormon’).

George A. Smith wrote (in Journal of Discourses, hereafter abbreviated JofD, Volume 14, p.216):  ‘If  a faith will not bear to be investigated, if its  preachers & professors are afraid to have it examined, their foundation must be very weak.’

These quotations by  men  recognised  as  apostles by the Mormon church endorse & encourage the investigation of the church.

2. In discussions with members  of  the Mormon Church in Cardiff there have been suggestions that it  is wrong for us to question their teachings & the  basis  of  their beliefs. The implication that the Mormon church  never  criticizes other churches & their beliefs needs examination. Continue reading

March 25, 2009 BroadcastGuest Frank O’Collins

Frank O’Collins, author of The Almanac of Evil, spoke with Greg on Wednesday  to address nine blatant  facts, which shed important light on the Vatican’s lead role in pushing for a one world government and one world religion.

Here is what O’Collins had to say during the show’s introduction about whether the Vatican is a good or evil organization:

Whenever any discussion begins on alleged acts of evil by the Roman Cult, commonly known as the Vatican many people tune out, or simply refuse to listen.

That is because still for many people in the world, the clear evidence on whether the Vatican is a force for good or evil is yet to be proven. Listen to the following: Continue reading

Nine Reasons Why the Vatican Is a Force of Evil

Nine Reasons Why the Vatican Is a Force of Evil

Author of The Almanac of Evil explains why

By Greg Szymanski, JD
Mar. 24, 2009

Frank O’Collins, author of The Almanac of Evil, says it isn’t fiction or bigoted opinions that labels the Vatican a force of evil and controllers to what has become known as the Illuminati’s New World Order.

The Illuminati is the Vatican and the Vatican is the Illuminati, according to numerous researchers including O’Collins.

In order to grasp the issue, he has provided nine indisputable facts the Vatican would like to forget about, showing there is nothing good about the boys in Rome wearing the funny hats.

O’Collins will appear on The Investigative Journal Radio Show Wednesday at 9am central time at http://www.libertyradiolive.com to address the nine facts, which shed important light on the Vatican’s lead role in pushing for a one world government and one world religion.

Here is what O’Collins had to say: Continue reading

March 24, 2009 BroadcastGuest Darryl Eberhart

Darryl Eberhart was Greg’s guest today. Greg and Darryl discussed how U.S. Roman Catholics and Christians are illiterate concerning the Word of God in the Bible. Darryl, a student of the Bible and hidden history,  is a frequent guest on Greg’s show. His writings can be found at http://www.toughtopics.org Continue reading

U.S. Roman Catholics and Christians Don’t Know What They Believe

U.S. Roman Catholics and Christians Don’t Know What They Believe

Sad fact people here are essentially ignorant concerning the Bible

By Greg Szymanski, JD
Mar. 23, 2009

The question to answer for both Roman Catholics and Christians is whether they can believe in two diametrically opposed gospels at the same time?

The sad fact, however, is most of the abovementioned people don’t know the difference.

This is verified at The Christian Expositor web site, citing a recent survey:

“If that is not bad enough, 44% of people calling themselves Christians believe that it doesn’t matter what religious faith you follow because they all teach the same lessons, and 51% of these ‘Christians’ believe that is a person is good enough they will get to heaven.

“Forty one per cent believed that ALL PEOPLE will experience the same outcome after death, regardless of their religious beliefs. Continue reading