BLUF: Catherine Austin Fits says there’s a loosely knit group of oligarchs, technocrats, and activists who are working to install themselves as our overlords. She calls them Mr. Global. In Refreshing Jutta, I call them the Avogo. Here’s who I think they are and why we should pray for them daily.
Jesus said in the Sermon on the Mount that we are to love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us. At that time, it was pretty clear who the enemies of the Jews were. They were the occupying Romans and anyone, like tax collectors, who cooperated with them. Nowadays, it’s hard for Christians to know who our enemies are. They hide behind virtuous-sounding causes, censor us from thousands of miles away, and push increasingly restrictive laws that infringe on our religious liberties.
Many Christians probably don’t want to know who these hidden enemies are. We get hung up on the scriptures that tell us not to judge. We fear looking like unloving people if we recognize someone as an enemy. And we don’t want to give Christianity a bad name. So many on the Left are so fragile that the first sign of unloving-ness in Christians and they point fingers and yell “Hypocrites!” They treat us as if hypocrisy were some contagious disease. If it is contagious, they’ve caught it; there is far more hypocrisy among liberal non-believers than among Christians. They just can’t see it in themselves. It’s that implicit bias they love talking about.
It’s worth noting, though, that hypocrisy is not the unforgivable sin.Though Jesus seemed most angry with hypocrites, he loved it when they were willing to see their own errors and repent. A hypocrite, as I see it, is a person who refuses to lower his or her own beliefs just because he or she cannot live up to those standards. The majority of people who are NOT hypocrites are generally the ones who have set their standards so low that they don’t have to worry about going against their standards. They have none.
So it’s not hypocritical or unloving to be aware of one’s enemies. In fact, it’s kind of hard to love them if we don’t even know who they are. And even though Jesus loved his enemies, he didn’t just go along with them. He resisted them. For instance, he overturned the tables of the money changers in the temple. So, I think it’s worth writing about who the enemies are of not just Christianity, but of all those who value freedom of conscience. Below is a short list of people we need to love and pray for. I will try to explain the reasons why the actions of these people are so concerning to me soon.
You created us all.
You make the sun to shine on the rich and the poor alike.
Help us, who are in the rain, to pray for those in the sun.
Help those of our enemies who desire to destroy us, to be touched by your boundless love.
Show to their hearts the mercy that comes from amendment of ways,
in the same way that we amend our own ways.
And grant to the whole human race forgiveness of our sins and an age of true respect for the dignity that you have given each of us as a birthright.
Here’s the list. Pray that their hearts will be softened and that they will turn from their goals that are destructive of our freedoms and our human dignity:
Myself – through my faults, through my faults, through my most grievous faults…
The Good Club
Joe Biden (Alleged President of the US)
Kamala Harris (Alleged Vice President of the US)
Andrea Ocassio Cortez
Xi Jing Ping and the CCP
The Democrat party
Much of the Republican Party
The Activist Organizations and Philanthro-capitalists:
United Way Worldwide
Council on Foreign Relations
Center for Voter Information
Voter Participation Center
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
The Rockefeller Foundation
Southern Poverty Law Center
ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Vox, WSJ, New York Times, The Atlantic, Huffington Post, Fox (nowadays), Newsmax
I will gradually link to articles I write about these individuals and entities. Let me know if I should add more. I know the list is incomplete.