On the surface and from the outside Hillsong may appear to be just about community, tasteless schmaltzy Christian music and people getting high on sky fairies. And that is probably what their success is mainly based on. But if you look a little closer, this Evangelical megachurch movement is a brainwashing juggernaut with aspirations to political power, and an organisational structure tailored to get them while they’re young.
I told you how not long ago I had the misfortune to cop the one taxi driver in Singapore playing brainrot Hillsong Pop on my way to the airport, but that’s nothing compared to the worldwide efforts of this cult to gain political influence and followers, especially among the young. And when I say young, I mean young. Continue reading