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"malcolm munger" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"malcolm munger" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Meanwhile, Walter durante, who is mentioned in that film you just mentioned mister Jones, he received the Pulitzer Prize. And there's been numerous attempts by Ukrainians by many Americans of Ukrainian descent to try to get the New York Times to rescind that Pulitzer and they have refused to do so. I mean, think about that. Folks, again, I recommend the movie, I know, and Jessica Holland had the privilege of doing it. It's hard. It's a hard time. Yeah, it's hard to watch. But I had privilege of spending some time with Holland and look, she knows communism. She's I guess in her 70s now. Brilliant director, brilliant film. It is hard to watch, but it's so real because you think this actually happened. And it's not there's nothing gratuitous. In other words, there are certain films that are just, you know, there's gratuitous stuff. This was just brilliantly done. You have a real glimpse of what it was like. And here was Durant, like many in our media today, Durant was lying. The Soviets gave him. He was the I think the bureau chief for The New York Times in Moscow. And they were giving him women alcohol, a premium apartment. Access to anything that he wanted provided that he continued to carry on the stalinist narrative that everything was wonderful and he continued to lie. And so Durant he denounced Gareth Jones, who was murdered. And he denounced Malcolm muggeridge, both his liars. And a Garrett Jones died telling the truth and Malcolm munger would scream to the top of his lungs to the day that he died, but stalinism was with socialism was. It's a level of evil that most Americans are simply unfamiliar with, and it is why I would argue why the church in America is either dead or ineffective because we act as though this evil doesn't exist. If you don't confront that evil with your faith with the goodness of the God that lives inside you, your faith is largely theoretical. And when I saw the film, I thought to myself, this is, it's astonishing. You have campus crusade crew publishing blog posts about systematic racism and stuff. Not a word about the fact that the media today is suppressing the murder of Uyghur Muslims in China by communists just as they were suppressing news about the murder of the peasants in the Ukraine. Nothing new under the sun, same narrative. Our faith has to speak to that. It has to deal with that, or it's effectively meaningless. We're practically atheists. And so I was just so moved by that film. I thought I had to bring it up because I know you know about it. And of course, you have been to the Ukraine. Many times, I've been there no less than 7 times. I was spoken to many groups there. We adopted our daughter Sasha from there. Ukraine has traditionally been a doormat for invading armies from both the left. Excuse me, but from both the east and the west. And has been the breadbasket of Russia and yet but this is not our war. And this is an effort to try to wag the dog. You know, it's an effort to change the narrative to turn things away from what we now know and suspect it all along that the Clinton campaign and the Department of Justice and the Obama White House were doing. All of this is starting to come out. And so the effort is to shift the narrative away from that. But Eric Clinton, let me say something about our previous conversation that ties into this. The effort to portray people like your mom and dad, like my family members, my father in law. A quiet law abiding man who worked as a laborer for 40 years. These are not, these are not people the truckers, what we're seeing right now. Where's the data showing the truckers is a bunch of radicals a terrorist? Let's.

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"malcolm munger" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:16 min | 6 months ago

"malcolm munger" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Let's welcome back. I'm talking to my friend Larry Alex taunt in an hour or two. I believe we will have John Z mirac. Larry, I wanted to ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the way. Wonderful thing, muggers began writing about it and he gave his life to Christ. But he was suppressed by many western media who said he was lying and meanwhile,.

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Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:53 min | 6 months ago

Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'

"To ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the

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