About Marius Forte

Marius Forte was born and raised in Vienna, Austria , but attended an American school. As a young man he traveled throughout Africa, eventually starting a cement business in Nigeria. After three successful years there, he moved to Saudi Arabia and continued his business ventures in cement and construction.He traveled extensively throughout the Middle East, the far East, South America and, of course, throughout Europe, East and West, exploring in depth those areas’ diverse religions, cultures and political systems. Having been raised in a country  practically encircled by Communist countries, with the Iron Curtain only 35 miles from his birthplace, he can draw a direct contrast between the freedom he experienced in the West and the enslavement policies at work in the East. His exposure to this tremendous, tragic dichotomy engendered in Marius a life-long quest to find the answers to life’s greatest questions. That, he discovered, was his calling.For the past twenty years Marius has lived in New York. He is uniquely endowed to debate on almost any topic intelligently, effortlessly, and with a grounded historical perspective, not from hearsay, but from the greatest teacher of all: life itself.

9 thoughts on “About Marius Forte

  1. Marius, I’ve been listening to you on the Jerry Doyle show and have thoroughly enjoyed your program. Your tooth and nail challenge to progressive dogma is very compelling to everyday people and is what is needed to right the ship here in the USA if freedom and liberty are to prevail. Please continue to substitute as much as you can and get your message out in any way possible.
    Thank you. :)

  2. I happened upon Marius Forte guest hosting Jerry Doyle’s pm talk show last week. I’m Really impressed by this guy. Intelligent, articulate, not a screamer (ala O’Rielly and Hannity) and so eminently sensible. I see one publication under his authorship (The Answer) – can only hope there are more. And give this man more air time!

  3. Hi. Heard ye subbing for Rusty. You are terrific man! You are deep and fully on the mark! Now, if you could also talk about the cheap-labor scam thats been destroying America.

  4. I listen to Sam Sorbo a lot and enjoy your conversations with her. Funny thing is I just listened to an old Jerry Doyle show from 09/11/13 and you were the host and Sam was the guest.
    Funny coincidence! Thank you Marius and Merry Christmas.

  5. (Copy to Marius)— Hi Sam, I am truly NOT picking on you- I like you and listen nearly every day. Thank you so much for your valiant efforts on behalf of our country. Agree on most things…

    I want to note that King James is not here to defend himself regarding the low motives attributed to him in commissioning the writing of the King James Bible. I don’t believe them, Sam- I believe that the enemy- the devil- is always going to attack with his lies the very heart of truth, as in his famous gentle innuendo to Eve: “Hath God said…?” The King James Bible is the only bible untainted by Alexandrian influence among all the polluted versions (including the New King James) out there.

    NO REINCARNATION: Hebrews 9:27- And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment. NO WAY TO HEAVEN BUT THROUGH AND BY JESUS: Acts 4:12- Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved. John 3:3- Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee; Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.
    NO REMISSION OF SIN WITHOUT JESUS’ BLOOD: Hebrews 9:22- …; and without shedding of blood is no remission.

    If you believe the Bible, then you cannot also believe that other religions are valid. The two positions are mutually exclusive. Best regards, Phyllis Walker.

  6. Hi Sam, The only way to contact you through the radio station is via Google, which due to what I’ve learned from Katherine Albrecht, I avoid using. I was sad to hear you going the way of The Answer 590 and KFI in getting the giggles over someone else’s tragedy. Hey, it wasn’t your arm, or Kevin’s arm, or your kid’s arm, which was found on that lawn, was it? That makes it funny.
    The language you continue to use, after promoting your book about a holy God, is foul and unworthy of an adult woman (or man, really). Foul language and cruelty towards others are also ways to tear down a country and a culture- have at it, Sam- I’m not saying I won’t listen- I will listen often for what I can learn- but I no longer feel a comfort level or a camaraderie with you which I had started with. Phyllis Walker.

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