The Seven Mountains Mandate

“Fascism is an authoritarian nationalism, that is characterized by dictatorial power, forced suppression of opposition, and control of industry and commerce. It is not focused on anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-homophobia. It is focused on military power.

Such systems have always placed the “good” of the state before the worth of an individual. The right to property is subject to constant search and seizure and courts only rule in favor of the state.”
-Martin Armstrong, economist.


“Occupy till I come” is how the he Dominionist interpret Jesus’s command to go out to all the world and preach the gospel. Their ideology is the blueprint for “reclaiming America for Christ”. This is spelled out in the Seven Mountains Mandate in the video below.

The Seven Mountains concept was a supposed revelation from God given simultaneously in 1975 to two generals of the faith, Loren Cunningham of Youth With A Mission and Bill Bright of the Campus Crusade For Christ. The ultimate goal is to install a government based on Old Testament laws.

Consider, if the Dominionists ever succeed in taking over the U.S. they would be in control of America’s nuclear stockpile. Religious fundamentalists with an apocalyptic mentality in charge of this nations nukes would be a disaster for not only the USA, but the world at large. These religious fundamentalists would be the equivalent of an American version of ISIS in charge of the world. Do or die.

These are some very scary people. People like David Barton, a Republican Party activist. A self-promoting, self-taught, self-proclaimed historian who is mis-educating millions of Americans about U.S. history and their Constitution. He has been pedaling his distortions to conservative religious audiences for two decades. Some of his supporters are the likes of Glen Beck and Mike Huckabee.

Barton’s interpretations of the Constitution in light of the bible is the equivalent of having someone such as Bob Thiel or James Malm writing government policy using their bibles as the guiding text. People who practice this “Christofascism” are truly dangerous people if they ever ascend to political power.

4 Replies to “The Seven Mountains Mandate”

  1. “Economic nationalism”, in the way I define that phrase, is what was the basics of our original constitution. It stands for the freedom of the individual, private property, freedom of speech, and religous freedom, and NOT religous fanatacism. There are those, and don’t be fooled, who want to put “God back in charge” as if God needed a man or men to give Him his power back. Absurd! “Power should be given to those whose lives it is actually affecting. It is no longer good enough to have a group of people who are trying to control our destinies. The only reason they have so much power is because they still control the currency. They have no moral authority and, indeed, they show the opposite of motal authority.” Alan Moore.

    From what I know about Trump, is that he has always been agnostic until recently. I hope it was just politics. I would love to see him destroy both parties.

  2. “I would love to see him destroy both parties.”

    He won’t have to. They are destroying themselves. And might I add that this is a good thing.

    People are talking about a financial crash in America. Read about it everyday. The only crash that I see coming is in government bonds. For the currency to crash you would need everyone and their brothers buying stocks and the dollar would have to go way up for that to occur. The results will wake up the brain dead cheerleaders for the political parties as to their real nature.

    Hopefully the results of that awaking will result in light post decorations in Washington D.C. I know they have over 535 light posts so it should be quite a display!

  3. I didn’t mean to imply any kind ofTrump hero worship. I just choose to see him as something like a David Lee Roth, a frontman, of the civilian counter-coup. As of now, he is more comical than a Brutus, but time will tell a diffrrent story if he can fully indict those for the spy ring in Congress without threatening national security. As Trumpisms go,
    “Tuff job. Tuff sell. Bigger than Watergate. Bad people!
    Epic wrongdoing! Drain the swamp!”

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