50+ Years of Debauchery Has Lead The World To…

50+ Years of Debauchery Has Lead The World To… by Rory – The Daily Coin

As you read this please keep in mind what former CIA Director, William Casey said about truth, information and the American people’s understanding of current events – “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.” There’s a war on for our mind, body and spirit. The truth will always prevail, as long as we the people have the capacity to comprehend the difference between righteousness and evil.

After WWII the whole world needed to take a deep breath. The destruction, chaos and mayhem that had reigned down on our world for close to 20 years, including the ending of WWI, everyone had all the destruction and chaos that could be stomached.

We needed to get to work and rebuild Europe, Japan, Russia and Hawaii. A herculean task faced every person, every where.

As the work gathered steam, in late stages of the 1940’s and into the 1950’s there seemed to be a restlessness building, not just in America, but around the world. The work, the rebuilding and the coming racial storm in America was more than most people could take. By the time 1960 rolled around we had a massive new generation that had been born into a time of great solidarity, unity and God centered.

This new generation, however, was not interested in anything that had come before and they were not interested in tradition, ritual or, seemingly, most anything that was rooted in honor, love and God. Was this due to a cultural shift, the assassination of President Kennedy, the coup by Johnson and the Vietnam war or was there something else at work? Ultimately, we will never fully know and I’m not even sure that it’s important. What is important is how that timeframe is creating today. As I learned from Mike Maloney, GoldSilver, “the further back in history you look, the further into the future you can see.” We aren’t looking that far back as I am only interested in where we stand today. Signs of massive change are all around, some good and some far from good, and we need look very far to see something has happened and something quiet profound is happening all at the same time. Take the scenario that happened recently in Little Rock, Ar.

The drugs, “free love” and the uprisings/protest by the young people all through the mid 1960’s and into the early part of the 1970’s, has changed our world. We can only hope that it is not permanent as some of the self-centered, self-serving changes that occurred have taken a serious toll on our communities, families and nation. Some of the changes have been extremely positive, but a great many have done serious harm.

We can see these changes, and their impact, are not confined to the Western developed world, but stretch around the world. The good news is, the tide is turning.

IN CHOOSING such a topic, my intention is not in the least “nationalistic” or “cultural.”  What is happening in Russia today is of interest to us in America not specifically as something “Russian,” but as something that concerns the human soul, no matter what kind of blood or cultural background a man might have.  And we in America and the free world in general have much to learn from what is happening to the human soul in Russia today.  This is true both because the situation of the human soul in Russia and the West is really quite similar in basic respects, because the same historical process is occurring there as here; and because there are also basic differences in our situation, and an awareness of these differences can help to strengthen us—and specifically, to strengthen us in Christian faith.
I will speak first of the similarities.

First of all, we are seeing in Russia the collapse of a generally-believed ideology that underlies society and keeps it going.  The beginning of religious awakening in Russia is invariably accompanied by a loss of trust and faith in Communism—Communism not first of all as a political and economic system, but as a faith.  This is natural, because the first article of Communist faith is atheism, the “state religion” of the USSR, which makes sense only as a substitute for faith in God.  Belief in God naturally is bound up with disbelief in atheism and Communism, and that is why the religious awakening in Russia today is not merely something personal, but takes on the character of a national movement.

In the West, our situation is really not so different from this as it might seem at first sight.  In the West we are also seeing the collapse of the generally-believed ideology of progress, democracy, and so-called “enlightenment”—a secular religion which until the mid-20th century was accepted without question by almost everyone in America and Western Europe.  The “Beat” and “Hippie” movements of the ’50’s and ’60’s were only the beginning of an attitude of disillusionment that is now widespread in Western society—so much so that a spokesman like Solzhenitsyn can freely tell the West that we have lost the will to fight Communism, not having deep enough faith in our own system.

Together with the loss of confidence in a generally-accepted ideology, both in Russia and the West there is a sense that civilization has come to a dead-end.  In Russia there is the feeling that Communism is finished as a power that can inspire any but a small group of merciless fanatics, that it remains in power solely by naked force—the army and secret police.  In the West, the failure of will which Solzhenitsyn has rightly diagnosed is a direct result of the feeling that the West no longer has an ideology worth dying for. Source

We are going to dive much deeper into this subject and wanted to open the door so one could get a different view of the world from what is being presented across most major media outlets. Western corporate media hardly reports on anything to do with the church, outside of the pedo-priest running amuck across the globe. You rarely hear about what just happened in China with the attacks, by the state, on the Christian church.

Chinese Communist officials have been burning Bibles and forcing Christians to sign papers renouncing their faith, as part of their ongoing crackdown on religion.

ChinaAid President Bob Fu, whose group monitors the persecution of believers in the world’s most populous country, shared last week on Twitter a video captured by activists that depicts the burning of Bibles.


Fox News noted that besides the burning of Bibles and taking down of crosses, authorities lately have also been forcing Christians to sign papers where they reject their faith, or else risk being expelled from school or lose welfare benefits.

Fu explained that the government is attempting to “Sinicize” religion by infusing it with nationalistic principles and demanding loyalty to the atheist Communist Party.


Across Chinese provinces, church services have been raided, with congregation members arrested and beaten. Believers have also said that officials have forced them to replace paintings of Jesus Christ with communist imagery, while teachers have been accused of “brainwashing” students with Christianity. Source

I realize some of you are saying to yourself, “this could never happen in America”. Well, that is a naive stance, especially in light of what has happened over the past 2 years with conservative voices being censored across multiple social media platforms and entire computer operating systems. Agree with or disagree with these voices is of no concern, what should be of concern is the fact that the 1st Amendment of the Constitution of the United States has been circumvented by, literally, a handful of people. If one believes Christianity, in the Western developed world, will not come under attack, as is happening today in China, we must strongly disagree.

You rarely, if ever, hear / read local stories of what the church community or an individual church is doing to improve the community. Local news stations and, where they still exist, local newspaper are not really interested in these stories. No, you rarely, if ever, hear any word regarding the Christian faith unless it is somehow unhealthy or “radicalized”.

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Rory Hall, The Daily Coin. Beginning in 1987 Rory has written over 1,000 articles and produced more than 300 videos on topics ranging from the precious metals market, economic and monetary policies, preparedness as well as geopolitical events. His articles have been published by Zerohedge, SHTFPlan, Sprott Money, GoldSilver, Silver Doctors, SGTReport, and a great many more. Rory was a producer and daily contributor at SGTReport between 2012 and 2014. He has interviewed experts such as Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Dr. Marc Faber, Eric Sprott, Gerald Celente and Peter Schiff, to name but a few. Don't forget to visit The Daily Coin and Shadow of Truth YouTube channels to enjoy original videos and some of the best economic, precious metals, geopolitical and preparedness news from around the world.