Bill Federer: “To establish socialism you get rid of the middle class: you get rid of God; you create a counterfeit gospel”

By Michael Hernandez

NEWBURY—”To establish socialism you get rid of the middle class,” said historian Bill Federer during Monday’s Fireside Chat 173 hosted by Godspeak Pastor Rob McCoy. “You get rid of the middle class; because they’re the only ones who can challenge power.

“You get rid of God and teach evolution and that there is no God. You create a counterfeit gospel and replace the gospel with a social justice gospel where you can have heaven on earth without God.

“You identify the public opinion (leaders) of society or of America: the media (Hollywood), education, and the pulpit. You befriend them and introduce socialism to them. It will only take 20 years; but they will be educated and brainwashed.  Then you have them spend their money so the country will go bankrupt (weakening the military); and then you wait for some incident to blow up into riots and normalize everything.

“Our COVID response has been to: let criminals out of jail; as crimes grow, people move out of the city. Who are left in the city? People dependent on the government. You close businesses; shut down churches; and let high school and college kids out of school that have been indoctrinated. As people move out of the city; those who remain become a monopoly for one party.”

According to Bill Federer, you make sure there is “race-baiting” and “fear-mongering.” But “every generation has a crisis. This is just our turn. The Lord has saved you; to go into the game at this time. He thinks with His help, you will score.”

Looking back at history, America was founded by “Pilgrims, Baptists, Congregationalists: all who had a form of church government. The people of the church participated in the ministry”—not like the clergy-laity model that the Anglican Church has. City Council meetings were held in church lofts. The concept of “we the people: influenced the Constitution.

“Connecticut’s Thomas Hooker spoke in 1630 of “the government from the consent of the governed” and “people had the power to appoint officials and magistrates” and “we elected the leaders if they did a good job we elected them again; and if did not do a good job; we would vote them out.”

In the French Revolution “there was no God.” Later in Marxism and Socialism—the State would become God. “Since there was no God, the State would give us rights. What we really should be doing; is obeying the State’s authority as long this authority obeys God.”

According to Federer, “our primary structure” of government is as a “republic” and in the case of the United States is a “constitutional republic” which has allowed for “individual creativity.”

In America, God gives “the people, the creativity with which God made us to be. God demonstrates His glory through this creativity. We get the freedom to serve Him and find the plan He has for us. Socialism does not do this.” In Socialism, “the government channels us into our career path. But in America we are ultimately king of the country.”

(Editor’s Note: To view all of Fireside Chat 173 go to the following link:

 Michael Hernandez, Co-Founder of the Citizens Journal—Ventura County’s online news service; editor of the History Makers Report and founder of History Makers International—a community nonprofit serving youth and families in Ventura County, is a former Southern California daily newspaper journalist and religion and news editor. He worked 25 years as a middle school teacher in Monrovia and Los Angeles Unified School Districts. Mr. Hernandez can be contacted by email at [email protected].

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