Bret Weinstein, Hyped as ‘Intellectual Dark Web’ Member, Endorses Anti-Christian World Government

Controversial academic Bret Weinstein has gained a following among the Right as a member of the “intellectual dark web,” a media-created term for individuals considered too edgy for modern repressive liberalism.

Weinstein has been on a tirade against Christianity in recent days, showing his hostility and disrespect toward believers in the truth of Jesus Christ.

He has ridiculed Christians incessantly, and grown more angry with them as they continue to defend their faith against his wicked attacks.

Weinstein then dropped the veil completely, and announced an apparent endorsement of a one world government where “private faith” would subjected to the “common belief system” mandated by the godless collective.

Last year, the New York Times advertised Weinstein as a “renegade” of the intellectual dark web alongside neuroscientist Sam Harris, philosopher Jordan Peterson, neoconservative author Ben Shapiro, liberal comedian Dave Rubin, and several others. Weinstein, along with his brother Eric, has has gained prominence in recent years after being targeted by a left-wing outrage mob at his university:

What is the I.D.W. and who is a member of it? It’s hard to explain, which is both its beauty and its danger.

Most simply, it is a collection of iconoclastic thinkers, academic renegades and media personalities who are having a rolling conversation — on podcasts, YouTube and Twitter, and in sold-out auditoriums — that sound unlike anything else happening, at least publicly, in the culture right now. Feeling largely locked out of legacy outlets, they are rapidly building their own mass media channels…

A year ago, Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying were respected tenured professors at Evergreen State College, where their Occupy Wall Street-sympathetic politics were well in tune with the school’s progressive ethos. Today they have left their jobs, lost many of their friends and endangered their reputations.

All this because they opposed a “Day of Absence,” in which white students were asked to leave campus for the day. For questioning a day of racial segregation cloaked in progressivism, the pair was smeared as racist. Following threats, they left town for a time with their children and ultimately resigned their jobs.

“Nobody else reacted. That’s what shocked me,” Mr. Weinstein said. “It told me that a culture that told itself it was radically open-minded was actually a culture cowed by fear.

“I’m really only interested in building this intellectual movement,” Weinstein told the New York Times. “The I.D.W. has bigger goals than anyone’s buzz or celebrity.”

The establishment-approved gatekeepers of the I.D.W. have grown a substantial following among the Right despite the fact that its members aggressively reject Christianity and nationalism.

Weinstein’s brother Eric has even thrown President Donald Trump under the bus due to testimony delivered before Congress as apart of the Democrat-run impeachment inquiry.

While Weinstein may be somewhat laudable for having more integrity than the average leftist academic, this anti-Trump Christ hater is still far from a figure who should be celebrated and revered by the Right.

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