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Alex Jones with Alexander Dugin

Source: http://tsargrad.tv/article/2016/12/21/aleks-dzhons-na-trampa-gotovitsja-pokushenie (in Russian).

Truth is plainly written in the Scripture. It states, “he shall even return, and have intelligence with them that forsake the holy covenant.” (Daniel 11:30b). We are seeing all the things come into place in time and space that will fulfil this prophecy.

Attacking the greatness of Protestant English-speaking America with all kinds of bizarre conspiracy theories while not presenting the Gospel as the true remedy to rampant liberalism, infidelity and left-wing error is a big problem.

Of course, Russia is setting its greedy eyes upon Turkey, and the West can still resist the Russian bear at the moment… but for how long will there be Britons true, and the guns, men and money of the Americans too?

Our national identity and outlook of the world must be firmly based upon Scripture. While extremism may be on the ascent in Russia, and spreading fear within through internet propagandists, we can safely assert the correct interpretation of world events, and have hope through the Holy Ghost.

Alex Jones says that we are in a civil war, an information war. Dugin agrees.

But this war is really about whether the Scripture is true in what it says. Did Ezekiel and Daniel long ages ago really get it all right? do we really have every word of the prophets exactly accurately here in English that we can rely upon? is our believing-based interpretation correct?

The answer is yes, because very soon, certain nations are going to be agreeing with the true believers on this: “Thus saith the Lord GOD; Art thou he of whom I have spoken in old time by my servants the prophets of Israel, which prophesied in those days many years that I would bring thee against them?” (Eze. 38:17).

That question cannot be asked without believers publicising the truth, accuracy and content of Scripture. The Scripture then is the most powerful weapon, a spiritual information sword, that can cut down any demagogue. Remember Alexander the not so Great after all.

Aleksandr Dugin questions truth

Aleksandr Dugin, Russian political scientist, philosopher and upcoming voice of antichristianism, made the following points in a BBC interview:

1. Truth is relative.
2. If we insist that we have absolute truth, he would say that his truth is 100% true.
3. There are no facts, only interpretation.

This is a highly dangerous philosophy which stems from Enlightenment thinking, just as Thomas Paine insisted that his own mind was his own religion, now Dugin is giving the ultimate end of all modernistic philosophy which is that there is no universal, objective truth, just individual belief. In other words, what he says and believes is true is true. Not just true for him, but we cannot question someone else’s truth.

How can Dugin ever claim to have something superior to Western thought when, like Antiochus Epiphanes and Mohammad, his particular view is just an extreme fascist perversion of Western philosophical errors? After all, Antiochus took Western paganistic Jupiter-worship and perverted it to his own religion as forced upon the Jews. Again, Mohammad did nothing but take Ebionism and other heretical versions of Judaeo-Christianity and likewise perverted it to his own religion as forced upon Jews and Christians.

Dugin’s view is an Enlightenment view, as much as he might claim to be against Western liberalism.

Ecclesiastes 1:9, 10,

9 The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.
10 Is there any thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new? it hath been already of old time, which was before us.

If you are a born again Protestant Bible believing Christian you really need to believe, not only that there is an absolute truth, but also that Jesus promised us (from the Father) the means of absolute interpretation, the Holy Ghost.

Dugin seems more and more like that little horn, even sharing a name with the former big horn of the goat in Daniel 8, Alexander the Great.