“The whole idea of journalism is to shame the devil and tell the truth. To inform the public and be the custodians of conscience … not to propagandize the masses. ”
— James O’Keefe – Political Activist Journalist, Founder of Project Veritas
There are seven areas of society that exert a tremendous influence over the direction of culture. In some evangelical circles, the term used is the “Seven Mountains” to denote areas of society which have the greatest influence over people’s thinking, morals, public opinion, and on what is popular. People can be influenced into to being good and “salt and in light” in the world, or conversely into sinning against God and doing evil.
The Seven Mountains of influence in society:
3. Arts and Entertainment:
It would stand to reason that evil would attempt to gain spiritual control over these who control the lever of power in society. Through their positions of influence, they can affect the thinking and actions of millions of people (souls). … Once you have a person or group of people, they can be used to spiritually under your control to corrupt other people’s morals, virtues, to sin against God, breakdown the family structure, remove God from every aspect of society, and destroy God’s blessings in the nation of liberty etc. …
We see some reporters … doing evil through lies and deception hiding the truth, influencing people’s thinking, public opinion, and direction of culture. Changing the direction of culture in a way that is contrary to God’s Laws and Biblical principles towards evil (the father of lies). …
Among many mainstream media outlets there is an eerie “group think” or collective hive mentality. Most have heard the montage of sound clips of the different networks, all reporting the on same news story, using virtually the same exact words and phrases. Humor aside, we see there is collective group think at work in covering stories from the exact same liberal, and often anti-Christian viewpoint and perspective.
The Devil exists, and he can not only possess a single person but also groups and entire populations.
— Father Gabriele Amorth (1925–2016) Italian Roman Catholic Priest, and Exorcist of the Diocese of Rome
If we take the time to look into many these news stories, aside from the biased perspective in reporting, we often find the network omitted important information as to bias the story or narrative for their own purposes. …”
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