Monday, July 27, 2009

Forget About the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg Group, and the Council on Foreign Relations ...

... meet "The Elders".

And right there near the top of the page under "Latest Initiatives":
The Elders call for an end to the use of religious and traditional practices to justify and entrench discrimination against women and girls.
And just what might those "religious and traditional practices" entail? "The Elders" link to this opinion piece to provide an answer:
I am also familiar with vivid descriptions in the same scriptures in which women are revered as pre-eminent leaders. During the years of the early Christian church women served as deacons, priests, bishops, apostles, teachers and prophets. It wasn't until the fourth century that dominant Christian leaders, all men, twisted and distorted holy scriptures to perpetuate their ascendant positions within the religious hierarchy.
(Jimmy Carter, crummy president and an even crummier theologian - not to mention anti-Catholic bigot)

A good analysis of this group of illuminati and their efforts to stamp out "discrimination" by autocratic men in church hierarchies can be found here:
... Religion has little role in this enterprise. In fact, the elders see it as a primary oppressor of women and a source of many of mankind's problems.

This is particularly evident in the discussion of one of the main issues listed on the website, "equality of women and girls." The page addressing the issue specifically targets religion as a source of discrimination. Jimmy Carter, writing in his role as an elder, elaborated on this recently when he quit the Southern Baptist Convention because of their position against ordaining women as deacons and pastors. In a commentary article in The Age, an Australian Newspaper, he made it clear that religions that will not ordain women are antiquated and discriminatory. "The carefully selected verses found in the Holy Scriptures to justify the superiority of men," Carter wrote, "owe more to time and place - and the determination of male leaders to hold onto their influence - than eternal truths." This was clearly a swipe at all faiths, including the Catholic Church, that do not ordain women. It is the same language adopted by feminist groups advocating women priests.

Carter also used not so coded language to attack the Church for its opposition to abortion. "The belief that women must be subjugated to the wishes of men excuses slavery, violence, forced prostitution, genital mutilation and national laws that omit rape as a crime. But it also costs many millions of girls and women control over their own bodies and lives." While the Elders' website carries nothing about abortion, the language that fills U.N. documents about women "controlling their bodies" and women's reproductive rights should concern anyone about the ultimate goals of this group, especially since many are well known for their abortion advocacy. Jimmy Carter, Mary Robinson, Kofi Annon, Desmond Tutu, and Nelson Mandela all have extreme pro-abortion backgrounds.

In fact, the Elders looks like one more group of elitist ideologues who believe that human effort can bring about Utopia. Their cumulutive record of pro-abortion and pro-population control politics makes it questionable whether they really have the interests of individual people at heart. As Screwtape, C.S. Lewis' senior devil, always advised his nephew Wormwood, keep man's attention on humanity as a whole and he'll overlook the hungry man next door.
I must say that, when it comes to secret societies of the wealthy and powerful elites bent on one-world government, I prefer The Pentavirate:

(Hat tip: Notes on the Culture Wars)

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At 7/27/2009 10:00 AM, Anonymous Mack said...

C. S. Lewis' THAT HIDEOUS STRENGTH seems almost a guidebook for Dear Leader's rule.

At 7/27/2009 11:01 AM, Blogger DP said...

Awesome scene from an underrated film. Mike Meyers, come back!

Oh, and I doubt Anthony LaPaglia's laughter is a result of his acting skills.

At 7/27/2009 11:19 AM, Blogger Jay Anderson said...

Yeah, I think there was a lot of ad libbing going on in those scenes with the McKenzie Clan.

One of my favorite comedies of all time.


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