Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Gary Bauer: A Close-up

Bauer making the Masonic-Illuminati triangle hand-sign.

Getting Started
Religious Right Wing leader Gary Bauer recently announced his endorsement of Rick Santorum. Gary has an interesting background, which is full of ecumenical and world government associations. To the untrained eye, he merely looks like a man passionate for the conservative Christian cause. To the trained eye, he's a man on a mission to bring about a revolution.

The funny thing is that the name Bauer was once the name held by the Rothschild family. In the 1760s, Mayer Amschel Bauer changed his name to Rothschild.[1] I could find nothing about Gary Bauer's parents, which is typically carried in most biographical sketches. The loss of information leads you to wonder if there is any connection to the Illuminati Rothschild family.

In this recently released video, Bauer talks about Ron Paul and his personal views on conspiracy theories. Although I do believe Ron Paul has an agenda of his own, and may be in the candidates mix to create a dialectic, it depicts Bauer as a man not willing to speak the truth.

(YouTube link)

The Basics
Birth date: May 4, 1946.
Home town: Covington, KY, Lives in Virginia.
Family: Married to Carol Hoke; three children.

 Brannon Howse with Gary and his wife Carol

Religion: Baptist
Education: Bachelor's Degree from Georgetown College (Jesuit-trained); law degree, Georgetown Law School.
Political service: Deputy Undersecretary and Undersecretary of Education, 1982-1987; Domestic Policy Adviser to President Ronald Reagan, 1987-1988.
Career: Chairman, Campaign for Working Families; President, Family Research Council; author.[2]

A Closer Look
According to Barbara Aho:
  • Council for National Policy Executive Committee (1996) 
  • Founded the Family Research Council, in 1983, then merged with Focus on the Family from 1988-1992. The FRC then reorganized as a separate 501C-3 and incorporated as such in the District of Columbia, in October 1992. 
  • Bauer was featured as a speaker at the Sun Myung Moon's  Women's Federation For World Peace Conference in Washington DC in 1996, and had a full page ad in the Moon-owned Washington Times in August, 1997.  
  • In 1997, a new headquarters for Family Research Center, and was built and decorated with funds through resources provided by FRC benefactors, the families of Ed and Elsa Prince and 33º Mason Richard DeVos of Amway. [FRC "Washington Watch" 1/3/97] 
  • Bauer ran as a candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the U.S. In February of 2000, Bauer withdrew and endorsed pro-abortion candidate, John McCain.

According to Wikipedia:
In the following video, Chris Hedges talks about his book "American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War on America." He examines how Christian Dominionists are seeking absolute power and a Christian state. He explains in an articulate manner how the Right Wing bears a strong resemblance to the young fascist movements in Italy and Germany in the 1920s and '30s. Please note that not all of his opinions are biblical, but I suppose we shouldn't expect them to be considering where he went to seminary. Gary Bauer is not mentioned in this piece, but he is included in this group of radicals.

Part 1

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Part 2

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