Mitt, Mormonism, the Masonic New World Order, and the Myths That Move Americans to Vote for Their Own Destruction
Some of you reading this may be planning to vote -- or may have loved ones planning to vote -- on November 6 for Mitt Romney as the next president of the United States of America.
Whether or not that's so, if you live within an hour's drive of either South Bend, Indiana or Cincinnati, Ohio (the remaining two locations of my current lecture tour of the Midwest), please consider coming to hear me give a two-hour talk entitled "Mitt Romney, Masons, and Mormonism: Occult Origins, Oligarchic Objectives" this coming Sunday night (October 28) at 7 pm in South Bend or Monday night (Oct 29) in Cincinnati.
I was originally scheduled to give this talk as well on Wednesday night (Oct 24) in Youngstown OH, Thursday night (Oct 25) in Madison WI, and Saturday night (Oct 27) in St. Paul MN. Though earlier this month nearly two thousand fliers advertising this talk at these locations were mailed out, e-mailed, and posted on various websites, the talk at these first three locations regrettably had to be canceled -- exactly as the flier warned folks would happen if people did not pre-register in sufficient numbers. (In each of those three cities only 2 to 4 people signed up!) NOTE: Pre-registration is now NO LONGER REQUIRED for these two final nights of the tour in South Bend and Cincinnati.
Here are the location details for the two remaining locations on this tour:
Sunday, October 28, 7 pm
Hilton Garden Inn & Gillespie Conference Center
53995 Indiana State Rt 993
South Bend IN 46637
hotel phone (574) 232-7700
From I-80/90 east or west:
Take exit 77, turn right onto State Rt 933, then right on Douglas.
From the south:
Take US 31 north until just past St. Mary's College, then left on Douglas.
Monday, October 29, 7 pm
Holiday Inn Express West Chester
8567 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd
West Chester OH 45069
hotel phone (513) 755-3900
Located at exit 21 off I-75 northeast of Cincinnati:
if traveling northbound on I-75, turn right at end of exit ramp; hotel is on right (next to Big Boy's).
If traveling southbound, turn left at end of exit ramp.
To help us cover the costs of renting the meeting space and the other expenses of this lecture tour, we suggest a donation -- payable at the door by cash, check, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) -- of only $10 per person, $15 per couple, or $20 for an entire family. Can't afford even that? Please come anyway.
Following the talk will be a Q & A session which will be wide open, i.e., not restricted to questions about the talk. Feel free to ask me where I stand on other issues as well, controversial and non-controversial alike.
If you cannot attend, a 2-CD recording of the talk will be available in early November (though perhaps not in time for you to receive and hear it before November 6). If interested, please send a check or money order, payable to either "Gerry Matatics" or "Biblical Foundations International," in the amount of $19.95 ($14.95 for the 2-CD set plus $5 for shipping & handling) to: Biblical Foundations International, PO Box 569, Dunmore PA 18512. Or simply wait to see it added to our online store, www.gerrymatatics.org/shop, in early November and order it from there.
If you cannot attend the talk but want to hear my convictions on this crucial topic before the presidential election on November 6, you can listen to an interview I recorded with Judith Sharpe of ISOC ("In the Spirit of Chartres Committee") and which has been posted on the ISOC website since mid-October (and where my current lecture tour has also been advertised). The interview is installment 34 of my ongoing series on "The Plot Against the Church." Just go to the ISOC website at www.isoc.ws, click the play button, and begin listening!
I hope to see some of you on Sunday and Monday. And may Almighty God have mercy on our misconceived and terminally misguided nation, and may He spare us His empire-ending wrath just long enough to give us time to at last shame-facedly fulfill our 500-year-delinquent debt to efficaciously evangelize our nation. That's something we woefully compromising Americanist Catholics (from Paul Ryan on down) have abysmally failed to do, and for which it seems we are now fated to pay the inevitable and painful price -- unless we 1) stop seeking superficial, pseudo-conservative, sinfully-syncretistic solutions (e.g., professed Christians espousing Ayn Randian economics) to our nation's deep-seated (and ultimately spiritual) defects, 2) massively repent of our past mistakes, and 3) humbly and penitently seek God's face and beg Him to bless us with the greatest revival of true Biblical faith this country has ever seen. I sincerely believe it's still not too late. What about you?
Yours in the cause of Christ the King,