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Reports on recent news and interviews of special
Observations on current trends and events
These are far from being ordinary times. There is
massive concentration of ownership of news and
entertainment media, used to promote a unified
propaganda line (including designated opposition
with partial truths). This also is the means for
censorship of a vast range of opposition viewpoints.
This is accompanied by election manipulation,
medicine as genocide, and justice as lawfare against
those who seek to defend freedom. In the midst of
this is fake Christianity, which claims that to speak of
these things would be outside the narrow spiritual
mission of the churches.
As far as Via Moderna is concerned, it is the function
of Christianity to deal in reality.
The Solari Report
Trends Research Institute
The Corbett Report
Operation Freedom, Interviews, also with health
Posted: Monday 3rd March 2023
Monday 11 August 2023
Kash Patel gave a very good interview on the x22report. He
is promoting a new book Government Gangsters.
I just read a book that came out several years ago: The
World Is Christ’s: a critique of two kingdoms theology.
The book itself isn’t so great. It is interesting for two
reasons, the philosophical commitments of the author
and who is backing the book. It was written by Willem J.
Ouweneel, a Dooyeweerdian. He has written many other
books laying aspects of this type of thought. As a
Dooyeweerdian his is committed to Dooyeweerd’s
ground-motive analysis of all other points of view. That is,
Dooyeweerd started from what he claimed was reflection
on the suprarational (in the supratemporal) root of
experience. All other points of view were based on a
starting point in temporal experience. This, he claimed,
made that temporal starting point a false absolute (also
called autonomous thought) which generated what
Dooyeweerd called an apostate ground-motive. He then
interpreted intellectual history in terms of these ground-
motives, of which he claimed there were three. Ouweneel
aproaches topics though the whole book by claiming
everyone else is mistaken because they are proceeding
from one of these, the scholastic ground-motive. For what
is wrong with this see my Theosophy, Van Til and
One of the blurbs used to promote the book is by John
Frame, who is also quoted throughout the book. Frame
says; “In any case, this book will have to be the starting
point for any further discussion of the matter. I will not
respect future articles and books on this subject unless
they show a thorough understanding of Ouweneel’s
argument.” So has Frame taken back his rejection of
Dooyeweerdianism? It looks like it.
The publisher is Joseph Boot’s Ezra Press. Boot is also
quoted in the book. It Boot also a Dooyeweerdian? Does
he base his apologetics work on the ground-motive
nonsense? Boot is being promoted these days by Baptists
such as Joel Webbon. Are Baptists going Dooyeweerdian?
This isn’t even Christianity!
Thursday 10 August 2023
We have added a review of a supposedly encyclopedic
introduction to the types of Reformed theology. But this
typology gives no place in its scheme to the type of
underlying covenant theology. In fact, that is the strange
thing as there seem to be really four covenant types, but
these types are generally ignored when people make their
categories. They are Reformed bicovenantalism (Covenant
of Works and Covenant of Grace), Baptist bicovenantalism
(Covenant of Grace only operative from New Testament
on, though anticipated in the Old Testament), Neocalvinist
tricovenantalism (Adds the Common Covenant and is the
basis for both transformational theologies and for Radical
Two-Kingdom theology), and monocovenantalism (Seems
to be a sort of reaction by disappointed Kuyperians, who
try to rebuild theology on the basis of a single covenant
that unifies everything. This group includes Protestant
Reformed, Federal Vision, and various mavericks.)
Tuesday 13 June 2023
London Real has released an interview with Milli Willis
about his new documentary, The Great Awakening: The
Truth About What’s Really Happening. What is most
interesting for our purposes is the explanation for the
change in message. There is no point, he says, to release a
movie before the people are ready for the message, and
that is why there has been a great change in message. But
why can this play on Youtube, when their earlier material
I see the issue as best illustrated by Twitter. Once the mass
news media was completely discredited, team B, the
“truth” team was brought out as the voice of the controlled
opposition, which was tasked with saying what could no
longer be denied, but no more than that. So how can you
tell who is team B, and which are the actual truth tellers?
Often you can’t. For a look at one branch of this see: “Meet
the So-Called Independent Alternative Media,” by Amazing
Then there are the nuts. Take the x22report, for example.
Probably this is someone trying to be a truth teller, but he
has sold himself on his own narrative to the point that he
sees Kim Jong Un, Xi Jinping, and Putin as saviors who will
join with Donald Trump to deliver the world from the
Another point by Mikki Willis is that we cannot allow
ourselves to be divided. We much all join together,
meaning uniting with the perverts and what not, which
means giving up our values, even our identity - a
consequence he does not point out. This, he says, is the
only way to fight the culture wars. This message is also
coming from a lot of the Alternative media. On this point
the warriors of woke and the opposition are really the
same thing. In effect, that is the main message.
Sunday 11 June 2023
Mark Crispin Miller, professor of media studies at New
York University, who has been reporting statistics of the
rise of sudden deaths around the world, has an interview
in which he explains the efforts of NYU to silence him.
London Real has made a big change of emphasis, and is
promoting many stories that very recently would not be
allowed on Youtube, but somehow London Real is allowed
this big change of emphasis. The latest is “Why We Must
Stand Up to Government, Big Tech & Mainstream Media
Lies”. Why is this message suddenly permitted? Why has
their frequent guest, Jim Rickards, gone very hard core
with his messaging?
Wednesday 31 May 2023
There is a new interview with Dr. Pierre Kory on Greg
There was enough data to tell you to use
Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin in combination.
Had that been the national protocol, the hospitals
would have emptied, and the market for Remdesivir
would have disappeared. You get what I am saying?
There would have been no global CV19 vaccine
campaign. There would have been massive ‘vaccine
hesitancy.’ Who is going to line up for a shot when
you know this is a small illness you can treat with a
couple of safe drugs?”
I just got in a book by Willem J. Ouweneel, against the
Radical Two-Kingdom theology. He calls it NL2K, which
stands for Natural Law and Two Kingdoms. Unfortunately,
Ouweneel seems to be very much under the influence of
the Neo-Calvinists such as Dooyeweerd. He views
philosophy through the unhistorical Ground-motive
analysis of that movement, so he cannot understand
Scholasticism, for example.
Thursday 25 May 2023
Theosophy, Van Til and Bahnsen is now available in
Stansberry Research has released two important
interviews. G. Edward Griffin, author of the The Creature
from Jekyll Island, gave one of his infrequent interviews to
Daniela Cambone, and Jim Richards was also interviewed
by Stansberry Research on 'The Next Victim Is Being Teed
Up' in the Banking Industry. Daniela Cambone has been
conducting interview after interview with writers and on
concepts generally censured from the media.
If you are in one of those institutional “ministries” you had
better pay attention, as soon you will not be getting money
from your donors.
Sunday 21 May 2023
Theosophy, Van Til and Bahnsen is now available at
Amazon. A hardbound edition for libraries should be
available in a few days. The deeper message is that
theology and pastoral training has been in the hands of
seminary kooks for way too long. Greg Bahnsen as at least
right about one thing. In an interview with Contra
Mundum in 1992, he was asked:
CM: You have had considerable experience in
academia. If you were beginning a seminary
education now, would you attend, and why?
Bahnsen: That is a sad question. All things being
equal, I would not encourage anyone to attend
seminary right now. Most seminaries are either very
poor academically or theologically unhelpful. It
would be a dreadful waste of three years and a lot of
We are living, though, in testing times. At some point
people will ask, in the course of all we are going through,
have these people been good for anything? While the state
and the economic establishment has been trying to wipe
out Christianity, have the seminaries been any use?
Wednesday, 10th May 2023
It has been quite a while since anything was posted here.
There is an excuse, namely that I have been busy writing
the book shown on the left. It should be out in a couple of
weeks or so on Amazon. What made the book possible
was a work by J. Glenn Friesen (Neo-Calvinism and
Christian Theosophy) that came out a few years back, but
which I only read recently. He documents the influence of
theosophy on Kuyper and especially Dooyeweerd. But
more importantly he explains Dooyeweerd, and it is
possible to see how all the terminology of antithesis,
autonomous thought, sphere sovereignty, worldview and
so on has very particular definitions and connections.
Suddenly lots of odd things Van Til said make sense, if
viewed from the theosophical perspective.
This book is about how that makes for bad apologetics
Oh, you want it in English? That should follow soon after.
Sunday, 19th March 2023
It is interesting to see what first attracts attention. The
answer is everything except the statement on
hyperpreterism. Only one person has looked at it. The
issue is that the highly self-promoted Gary DeMar, also the
last torch carrier for Tyler Reconstruction, has been
sounding very open to full preterism (that all prophesy
including the resurrection and last judgment have already
been fulfilled in 70 AD) and when asked to clarify his
theology on three points that were submitted to him,
refused to be pinned down, and instead insisted on the
discussion of specific Biblical texts and that only.
Now the trick here, and it is a trick, is that for any cardinal
theological issue there are certain proof-texts that have
been traditionally cited. To avoid the doctrine, and also
avoid the bald denial, the alternative is to insist that the
Biblical and only sound approach is the discuss the texts
not the doctrine. Then for each text all the variant
interpretations are collected from the commentaries, and
the conclusion drawn is: every text supporting this
doctrine is disputed; we must do more exegetical work
before going forward. DeMar claims that he is a “world
view guy”, that is he works in terms of broad systematic
views, but on this topic he is doing the opposite.
Reformed theology developed from a systematic
approach, comparing Scripture text with text, interpreting
the difficult in terms of the clear, and finding a
harmonious reading that was also coherent with the rest
of Christian doctrine. In the famous Clark–Van Til case,
Gordon Clark’s fitness to be a minister in the Orthodox
Presbyterian Church was challenged by Van Till and his
fellow Dutchmen on the grounds that following that
procedure of comparing Scripture with Scripture to find a
coherent interpretation, the procedure which built
Reformed theology, was in fact rationalism, and
impermissible in the church. Van Til himself took this to
the point of tampering with the doctrine of the trinity.
Gary DeMar is in the Van Til tradition, and so it is actually
he, and not his critics, who is being faithful to his tradition.
Some years ago J. Glenn Friesen published his book, since
revised and now running 588 pages, Neo-Calvinism and
Christian Theosophy: Franz von Baader, Abraham
Kuyper, Herman Dooyeweerd. It shows in detail the
theosophical sources of neo-calvinism, for the most part
hidden by those writers. The important point for our
purposes is that a comparison of Dooyeweerd’s
theosophical view with the philosophy of Van Til shows
that they are structurally the same, especially in their
epistemology, (Friesen does not do this work of
comparison to Van Til.) Also much key terminology
remains, though definitions change. The key alteration is
that where Dooyeweerd had the supratemporal, beyond
cognitive knowledge but nevertheless the source, Van Til
replaced this with the “ontological trinity”, also not
cognitively knowable, but somehow the “presupposition”
of knowledge. Of course Van Til started out as avowedly
Dooyeweedian, and took decades to make his break from
it. Still the systematic structure of Van Tillianism goes back
to theosophy. It has never been orthodox. Yes, you read
that right. The big “Reformed” seminaries have been
promoting quackadoxy throughout their entire existence.
In the News: Yesterday USAWatchdog.com released
another in depth interview with Karen Kingston, a biotech
legal analyst, about Pfizer fraud and other criminality in
connection with their COVID injections. Kingston also has
a substack at https://karenkingston.substack.com/.
Over at American Reformer there is a reply from Stephen
Wolfe to a review of his book. It is to their credit the AM
has been covering this topic and promoting discussion.
What I would like to see, however, is not comparison of
Wolfe’s thesis with the dead end of pluralism, but with
other discussions of nationalism, such as Democracy
Without Nations? by Pierre Manent. Wolfe represents
neither the libertarianism of Tyler Reconstruction nor the
woke idealogy now mandatory among Evangelical
intellectuals, if they want to get ahead in the institutions.
Rather he represents the via antiqua, which from our
perspective is also unfortunate.
What is new: Some of the old Second Screenings material
has been added with some revisions.
Posted: Wednesday 12th March 2014
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