Interfaith Harmony is a Weapon Against Truth

– 12 February 2018 –


To celebrate the UN’s Interfaith Harmony Week, Canadian immigrant Zile Singh says that the only way to be truly religious is to become “inter-faith,” that is, to accept every other religion as just as valid as our own.

via The Link Paper:

The United Nations General Assembly on October 20, 2010 proclaimed the first week of February each year as the “World Interfaith Harmony Week”. The Assembly encourages all States to support the initiative so that there could be mutual understanding, harmony and cooperation among the people of different faiths.

The UN created the “World Interfaith Harmony Week” in 2010 as proposed by Jordan’s King Abdullah II “to promote harmony between all people regardless of their faith.” In turn, World Interfaith Harmony Week stemmed from Abdullah’s “A Common Word” in 2007, which promotes dialogue and understanding between Christians and Muslims. A Common Word was inspired from Abdullah’s 2005 “Amman Message“, which hoped, during the U.S. neocon War on Terror, to reach a consensus among the world’s Muslims what “Islam is and what it is not, and what actions represent it and what actions do not.”

So, all in all, World Interfaith Harmony Week is a vehicle for the world to accept that Islam is a non-threatening religion through the guise of mutual understanding of all religions. Supposedly this makes it easier for us to accept Muslim terrorism, Muslim refugee invasions, and other acts of Muslim aggression wherever these peace lovers march. “They’re not all that way,” so we shouldn’t resist the Muslim’s advance.

Multi-culti wonderland.

Zile Singh continues. . . .

Interfaith (Inter-religious) harmony is to understand the reality of all faiths and then act upon developing a cordial relationship . The cardinal principle of all faiths(religions) is to create an atmosphere of love, peace and well-being of all individuals in the society.

[. . .]

Inter-faith or Inter-religious dialogue should not be only on ideas but on practice as well. The theory and the practice should match. One should not try to teach each other of his faith’s superiority. Dialogue should be for learning things of the other faith and if possible to practise it on a day to day basis. But it is not. Have we bowed to each other’s deities in their places of worship, or have we shared each others food in their homes? Have we allowed our children to meet and have good relationships? For a truly faithful and religious person, all tags of Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Buddha, Sikh, Jain etc., dissolve as soon as he starts dwelling in the universal eternity. A truly religious person knows that ‘ all roads lead to Rome’.

Singh says that since all religions seek peace and love and happiness, then they should all share each other’s special meals and bow to each other’s gods, and that we’re not truly faithful in our religions unless we do so. After all, every religion is the same under the hood, right?

If anyone thinks that he is religious and does not bridle his tongue, this man’s religion is vain. True religion is the quest for the ideal life. This involves the quest of seeking truth and not developing theories and then asserting them as facts.

[. . .]

. . . Countries like India and the United States have also not remained unaffected by the “rise of conservative religious ideologies, increase in vigilantism and violence against minorities” and “the dissenting voice and white supremacy” respectively.

And of course, those of us who stick to our belief that our religion is actually true, that it matches objective reality, follow a flawed version of Singh’s idea of religion.

This is an easy stance for Singh to take. He is a visible minority in a prostrate white nation—Canada—and, with a last name of ‘Singh‘, he is presumably Sikh by background if not religion. Sikhs don’t really have set beliefs about the supernatural. According to his bio at the end of his article, Singh is a “Vipassana Meditator“. So basically he believes only in peace and harmony and that human existence is marked by “impermanence, suffering or unsatisfactoriness, and the realisation of non-self.” It’s easy for someone who doesn’t really believe in anything but feelings to take the stance that everyone else should forget their beliefs in order to play nice together. Then nations like Canada will remain more open to immigrants like him who threaten to overwhelm the original Canadian colonist population. Though it’s possible that he isn’t conscious of it, Singh’s message boils down to self-interest for him and his kind.

In practice, whether he intends the result or not, Singh’s views represent the destruction of traditional, biblical Christianity and the demographic displacement of every white nation on Earth. Our global elites presumably hope for something even more, a world where every nation is ethnically blended, and where religion means little more than dress up and outward rituals.


Antebellum: Joyful Times Before the Storm

– 15 May 2017 –

Barzillai “19th Century” Bozarth:

So often the memories of times before a great calamity are colored and distorted by romanticism and nostalgia. It is easy for one to remember golden years filled with prosperity and happiness, all the more heavenly in contrast to the horrors and deprivations that followed.

Yet, in cases where a nation was destroyed, its society uprooted and forcibly transformed, the years preceding such revolutionary changes unquestionably experienced more prosperity and stability and innocence than the bleak years that followed. This was true in the French and Russian revolutions, and it was true for the South in the American Civil War. The following letter demonstrates this fact.

In this letter, written sometime between the years 1850 and 1856, an unknown woman using the pseudonym “Kate Cunnyngham” describes her light-hearted experiences at a fox hunt in rural Tennessee. Several of her letters, which detailed her travels throughout the antebellum South, were compiled in the book The Sunny South, or The Southerner at Home: Embracing Five Years Experience of a Northern Governess in the Land of the Sugar and the Cotton, published in 1860.

Mr. —

Have you ever been fox hunting? If you have, you have seen very respectable, rough and tumble enjoyment ; if yon have not, there are yet before you certain experiences.

I have already spoken of the fine, broadly spread landscape, visible from the portico of Overton Park Lodge. In the late autumnal months when the crops are well gathered, and there is nothing to trample down in the fields, this wide landscape is converted into a vast fox hunting ground, full eleven miles across. By concert the neighboring planters open their fences with many a gap across the country, and so a clear ride of ten or twelve miles is left free to the adventurous huntsman or huntswoman.

Two evenings ago as I was about to mount my beautiful dapple mule, (don’t laugh at my mule, for it is the dearest little fellow with ears like velvet, and feet and fetlocks like an antelope’s, a special gift to me for its beauty and gentleness, from Colonel Peyton,) to pace down the avenue to the turnpike, I was surprised to see suddenly appear in sight a party of seven young gentlemen. They were riding at top speed, and in great glee, and all came dashing up toward the villa at that rapid rate the Tennesseean loves to ride.

“Ah, my boys,” cried the colonel, “who was about to ride out with me, removing his foot from the stirrup, while I hesitated whether to remain on the flight of steps or fly from such a battalion. “Don’t go, Miss Kate. They are only some of the young fox hunters come over to make preparations.”

And before I could escape—

“Miss Conyngham, gentlemen!”

The young men, who drew up their horses on seeing a lady, lifted their caps and hats, and I was struck with their general appearance; four of them being fine-looking, yet dressed in blue linsey woolsey, with boots pulled on over their pantaloons; and the other three in thick coats and caps, or broad felt hats slouched behind—a very common head covering in these parts and not unpicturesque.

Every young man was armed with a gun, and attended at least by two dogs, and beautiful creatures some of them were —not the young men, Mr. —, but the hounds.

“Well, colonel, we have come over to settle upon the day,” said one of the young gentlemen.

“That is right! I like to see the rising generation prompt to engage in such noble sports. I think that the day after to-morrow we will give Reynard our compliments in person. I will have my men ready, and if you will meet me at the edge of the wood, by the lion’s head cliff, at six in the morning, we will do our best for a day’s sport.”

“We’ll be there, colonel,” was the response; “and then we shall stand a chance of bringing down a deer or two,” added one of them. “I saw one on the ridge by the creek as I rode over.”

“No doubt we shall see plenty of sport. And you must accompany us, Miss Kate,” added the colonel turning to me, as I stood with the bridle of my mule in my hand, trying to check his restive movements, for the prancing horses of the young men fired his ambition to prance too.

After suffering myself to be urged a little by two of the young gentlemen, I consented to join the party, if other ladies did so. The cavalcade then escorted us to the gate of the main road, and the horsemen separated each to his own home; while the colonel and I took a forest road, that, after a league’s windings, came out near the villa. As we rode, the colonel entertained me with a great many anecdotes of hunting, from Bruin to the Hare. As we approached the mansion on our return, the avenue was temporarily blocked up by not less than fifty slaves of both sexes; for it was now twilight, and they had just completed their day’s work, and were wending their way to their village, or quartier.

The women carried hoes upon their shoulders, and trudged along, some dull, and with expressionless faces, others laughing and singing. The men, I remarked, were more cheerful than the women, and had more lively countenances. One and all were clad in their coarse white cloth, known as negro cloth— the men with straw hats and the women with handkerchiefs upon their heads. I have not yet seen a negro woman wear a bonnet on Sundays, it is only a gayer kerchief.

As we passed, they drew up on each side of the narrow road for us to pass—the men all taking off, or touching their hats, and replying with a smile to their master’s salutation of “Good evening, boys!” and the women—some of them, slightly nodding, but without the smile. One of them had a huge cotton basket upon her head.
“Peep into it,” said the colonel, as I rode by. I did so, and beheld four little cunning black babies!—they were nestled together, and quite naked. These babies had been taken by their mothers to the field, and while they were at work, were placed under the care of the girl who had them in charge.

I am already getting reconciled to slavery, since I find that it does not, in reality, exhibit the revolting horrors I was taught in the North to discover in it. There are many things to admire and to interest one in the social and domestic condition of the slaves, and I am almost ready to acknowledge that the African is happier in bondage than free! At least one thing is certain: nearly all the free negroes I have ever seen in the North were miserable creatures, poor, ragged, and often criminal. Here they are well clad, moral, nearly all religious, and the temptations that demoralize the free blacks in our northern cities are unknown to, and cannot approach them.

Even many former slaves looked back on their lives before the Civil War with nostalgia, to the point where their narratives are discounted today. In reality, most of them lived harder lives after the war.

As we drew near the front of the villa, my mule, not liking the shrill cry of a superb peacock, which conceived the idea of welcoming us with a song, and a resplendent unfolding of his prismatic-eyed tail, started to run with me at top speed. I am a tolerable rider, and as I could not fall far if I were thrown, the mule being so little and low, I did not feel half the alarm the colonel manifested for my safety, who began to ride after me; when finding his horse only gave fresh impetus to the speed of my mule, he drew rein, and called to a negro man to stop my career. But the mule was not to be stopped. Instead of taking the carriage-way, he bolted across the lawn, and made straight for the stable. To stop him was impossible. I found I might as well pull at a granite column as at his jaws. The door of his stable was open, and I saw that he would only stop at his crib. I measured the ground to spring to it, but the dreadful idea that my skirt might entangle with the horns of the saddle, deterred me. In another moment the stable was reached! The door was open. I threw myself forward, clasped neck and mane, and stooping low went safely in with him. The suddenness with which he stopped at his manger, tossed me into the rack, out of which I was taken unhurt, and with many a joke and laugh upon my mule race. But a mule race is not a fox hunt, you say! Bide a wee, sir.



Ingraham, J. H., “Letter VII.” The Sunny South, or the Southerner at Home, Embracing Five Years’ Experience of a Northern Governess in the Land of the Sugar and the Cotton, 56-60. Philadelphia: G. G. Evans, 1860.


Cycles and seasons govern collective human behavior, whether they are irregular economic cycles from decade to decade, or the lifespan of a nation or civilization across the centuries. Likewise, some primeval force seems to take hold of a people once every human life-span or so, a force that drives a people to stand up and fight their enemies, to die if they have to, to declare that the time for compromise has reached its end because further concessions will ultimately destroy who they are as a people. Sometimes the people aim their wrath at enemies outside the gates, sometimes at the enemies within.

We are living in the cusp of such a time today. Traitors and parasites rule over the white nations of the West. They seek our displacement as a people at the very least, and they are setting the world stage for another fratricidal world war to cement their power. And the white people under their rule remain almost hopelessly confused and divided, ready to kill each other because the time for compromise has reached its limit. The lines are being drawn.

In perhaps months, or maybe a few years, the blood of thousands or millions will flow. And in the years after this season has passed, when whatever remains of the nations struggle to rebuild, the survivors will look back on today’s opulent, relatively peaceful, and carefree years as a golden age. And in many ways, in comparison to the future, maybe these years will actually be golden ones.

As we prepare ourselves for the battles to come, I recommend that we take the time to give thanks for our families and good friends, for the decent people that still exist out there, for good health and good hospitals, for our plentiful food and clean water, and every other joyous and fragile thing that we tend to take for granted. Let us appreciate them while we can.

May the Lord have mercy on us all.

Brexit: Maybe Elections Are Somewhat Fair After All; Or Are They?


– 24 June 2016 –

C. F. van Niekerk:

150708-van-NiekirkCongratulations to the peoples of Britain for their vote to secede from the EU. Huzzah and Bravo!

And out of those almost-half who voted to remain, the foreign-descended should leave voluntarily. (And let us hope that a sovereign England at least boots out the foreign-born and their children.)

Any step against globalism is a plus.

The Brexit vote does give cause for a cynic to question whether elections are rigged or not.

Before the past year I had figured, almost without question, that world elites would never allow little things like fair and free elections to stand in the way of their agendas. If the elites can’t manipulate the people to vote their way, then they can always miscount the votes. Hook or crook, eh?

But the success of Donald Trump in the Republican primaries and now the Brexit vote has made me question that premise.

Trump squeaked by in the Missouri vote by only 1700 votes. How difficult would that contest have been to steal? If the elections are a total farce, and if the elites don’t really want Trump as the nominee, then we just about have to conclude that the elites don’t totally control the outcome of elections, right?

Likewise with Brexit. Polls taken just before the vote showed the Against side as trending slightly victorious. Manipulated polls or not, no one would have questioned the outcome of a stolen vote. So if the elites oppose the Brexit, why didn’t they steal the election?

We must conclude one of two things: either that the outcomes of these elections are not entirely corrupt after all and that the elites can’t always change these unwanted outcomes, or that elites do steal crucial elections and that the outcomes of the Brexit vote and the Republican primaries were declared according to the will of the elites!


If the elites don’t want Trump or the Brexit, then they must not control the elections. However, if they do control the elections, what then?

Why would the elites want Donald Trump as the Republican nominee? Why might they want him as president? Why would they want Great Britain to destabilize the EU? Why would they want a refugee crisis in the West?

Why, on the day after the Brexit vote, are people so concerned all of the sudden that Vladimir Putin might somehow gain from this?

War is coming, that’s why.

As I said months ago, the stage is still being set for World War III. It’s hard to tell who’s in on the nefarious plan. The puppeteers are probably very few in number but very powerfully rich.

But just as Japan couldn’t resist the juicy target of so many American ships sleeping along the piers of Pearl Harbor, the West is making juicy targets of a weakened, trans-sexual US military and a chaotic and divided European Union. Much like the US first reduced its sales of oil to Japan in 1940, then cut them off entirely in July of 1941 (only five months before the Pearl Harbor attack), the Saudi’s continue to flood the world with cheap oil on which the Russian economy depends.

Who knows how the elites plan to force Russia to take the first strike in a nuclear conflagration?


Already struggling under sanctions and cheap oil prices, how will the scheming West goad Putin to make the first strike?

If the elites can blame the next world war on a resurgence of those awful, backward notions of nationalism and racism, embodied in buffoonish villains like Putin and Donald Trump and the heady irresponsibility of the English nativists, then the surviving people of the world will shake the ashes out of their hair and gladly submit to the shackles of world government with its promise that it will prevent another devastating holocaust.

Events do seem to be trending this way.

But who really knows? It might really be that the elections aren’t entirely corrupt after all. Maybe.

The World in the Grip of Mass Insanity: Hysterical Fanatics, Raging Barbarians, Panicked Elites, and the “Beautiful Ones”


– 12 May 2016 –

C. F. van Niekerk:

150708-van-NiekirkIn the United States, we watch the right side of the political spectrum erupt in apoplexy over the nomination of Donald Trump as the Republican Party candidate. Weepings and gnashings of teeth are expected, but the intensity of the fits is inexplicable!

Crying Cruz Supporters

On one side we have Ted Cruz fanatics who are swarming in response to the Left’s recent unchecked revolutions of social depravity, And their rage over the chronic, festering issue of abortion has only intensified in the past few years, particularly over Live Action’s exposés of Planned Parenthood. Cruz supporters zealously oppose Donald Trump because he isn’t morally spotless on these social issues. Plus Trump is so awfully nasty to everyone! Die-hard Cruz supporters will never, ever vote for such a disgusting bore! (Sure, they won’t…)


Cruz supporters: nice, fine people. But playing nice has gotten conservatives nowhere for decades.

This group, by and large, has missed much of the pain of the economic bleeding of the last twenty years. Sure, they have grumbled over the rising costs of food and medical care, and they have worried over some of the layoffs that have forced their friends to move from the Blossoming Woods sub-division outside of Salem, Oregon to the Whispering Meadows development near Fort Worth, Texas. They have suffered slow growth in their mutual funds and low interest rates on their CD’s. And that weekly tithe is a bit tougher to make for the tax write-off than it used to be. But while they are tucked away in their cozy McMansions, these wealthy, educated Cruz supporters are insulated from the effects of the brown hordes pouring into the country. They aren’t displaced from their neighborhoods or suffering from the crime or the competition from low-wage immigrants. They don’t have to work three part-time jobs to make ends meet. They still have the luxury to believe that the restoration of our country depends simply on our return to Christian morals and our Constitutional foundations. It was a noble goal ten years ago; I wish it would work today.

And Cruz supporters believe with a religious fervor that Ted Cruz is their anointed man who would lead the way to such a restoration. So they hate the fact that this coarse, immoral, and liberal bore has whipped the ass of their hero without mercy or honor.

Trembling Trumpists

Donald Trump’s restless troops, furious over the rising numbers of non-white foreigners and the disastrous economic policies that have favored other countries at the expense of their wages, haven’t so much opposed Ted Cruz as single-mindedly (or simple-mindedly) devoted themselves to the hope that Trump embodies, be it for an actually pro-American government, a restoration of white America, or simply a revival of the economy. We’ll build a wall and kick out the illegals, and Mexico will even pay for it! And pity anyone who stands in Trump’s way! As a bonus, Trump has taken on the forces of political correctness and curb stomped them, to the wide-eyed delight of the Trumpists.


There is some truth that Trump supporters lack education and manners. But coarse, uneducated Americans conquered this country, and they can do it again!

Sure the Trumpists are often coarse, poor, and uneducated. Their morals are often lacking compared to the purist followers of Cruz. They are indeed the rabble, God bless them. Just like Jackson’s rabble in 1828.

Of course, Trump is saying whatever it takes to get elected. There is no way that he can deliver on all of his vague promises. He cares about winning, at what cost we cannot know. I have a feeling that Trump will disappoint his supporters in many ways, particularly on social issues, though I do support him and have from the get-go, with low expectations. If Trump can simply stem the tide of foreigners that is destroying the nation, that is all I can hope for. You have to have a nation again before we can worry about the nuances of the constitution.

Weeping clowns: Alex Jones unintentionally illustrates this insanity perfectly. In response to the doomsday hysterics of Glenn Beck—a talk show host and wannabe civil rights leader who cries and rages continually against the wickedness of Donald Trump—Jones unironically weeps and moans because of Beck's 'manifest, smoking evil'.

Lunatic Leftists

But it isn’t just the Right who has lost their minds.

The Left has suffered derangement for decades, but they really began to lose their sanity during the Bush II years. Obama’s reign has only pushed them further off their rockers in their hubris to create a bizarro world through their control of the media and education. They have made great gains towards the eradication of binary gender and the nuclear family, the legalization and acceptance of recreational drugs, and the displacement of Whites by large-scale third-world immigration. They dream of a dystopia where every man, woman and child grows a brown dick and then chops it off. Having fought for decades for the Old Moral Order to tolerate their differences, the crazy Left has zero tolerance for the ‘intolerant’ now that total power tantalizes them just a few inches out of reach.


The Left lost their minds decades ago.

The Sanders/Clinton struggle demonstrates how the frustration of the grass-roots Left compares closely with the disgust felt on the Right. They’re going crazy, too.

Not Just in America

White Europeans, too, are going mad in similar ways to American whites. The diabolical globalist Leftists, like Angela Merkel and Pope Francis, are fanatically pushing their egalitarian all-race/no-race utopias, blind that it will cause their own imminent destruction. They have schemed and planned for decades, if not centuries, to rule over a divided and depopulated world. Perhaps they realize that now is the time or never for their agendas, that they must implement their Order in a hurry before the hordes overwhelm them. Who knows, maybe the insanity fits right into their plans, but I doubt it.

The European Right is only beginning to stir. I assume (and hope) that the Muslim hordes will shortly corner the European Right and force them to drive out the invaders and restore Christianity.

What’s a Rat to Do?

The Jews are losing their minds as well. In America and Europe, they are wetting themselves in terror and disbelief over the idea that the White nations are restless beneath their feet. It’s fun to watch them line up against Trump while they watch in dismay while the goyim steadily accept the leadership of their declared enemy.

They are scrambling to manipulate and connive, but their old tricks aren’t working quite so well as they used to. The new anti-Semitism is like a case of drug-resistant bacteria: the more the Jewish elite uses their old drugs against the masses, the more the drug-resistant strains take hold against them. What will these Jews do to hold their power? Can they risk the use of sheer force and oppression to hold on to their status just a little while longer?

In Israel, zealots openly advocate the expulsion of non-Jews from Israel and the establishment of a theocratic monarchy. At least they’re honest and open about it, though we in Christiandom should protect our holy sites.

Barbarians Unleashed

Then there is another madness in the world: the madness of a contemptuous gardener eying the mansion of his dysfunctional and elderly employers.

The black and brown masses all over the ‘developing’ world—particularly Negroes, Muslims, and Mestizos—have in their own ways lost their minds. They smell blood and sense the impotence of their white former rulers. The sheer numbers of these browns and blacks are growing fast while those of the rich whites are shrinking in their selfish infertility. Fear of a Black Planet seemed like sensationalism in 1990, not so today.


We should fear a black planet.

These salivating masses won’t be satisfied with equality, or even their rule over the white race. They won’t rest until they have utterly destroyed every trace of the white man from the face of the Earth (minus iPhones and pimped out Hummers and other shallow trappings of material success, of course.)

The white nations are merely giant sub-divisions populated by a shrinking pool of aging egotists and their faggot sons and zer-gendered tattooed daughters, sub-divisions surrounded by giant crowded slums crammed with restless half-civilized—and fertile—barbarians. And the crazy Housing Associations of the white gated communities have agreed to welcome and provide for those vibrants who can wade across the retention pond.

A Perfect Storm

Added to this social madness is the ailing world economy. A Ponzi scheme that is quickly running out of new rubes to steal from. The elites use plenty of shenanigans hold up this house of cards, but how long before the other crises knock down the entire house, or the bleeding economy unleashes the chaos?

And what about exotic diseases, like the Zika virus or ebola or drug-resistant clap? Or oldies but goodies like cholera, influenza, and typhus? They are just waiting for the onset of hunger and filth from war and poverty to harvest the dense masses of humanity, leaving piles of bodies in rubble-strewn streets.

Then there is our wondrous technology, our modern pride and joy, inhuman marvels threaten humanity itself in fundamental ways, internally and externally. Robotics, nanotechnology, genetics, communication, and computer science. All combined, whoever can make use of these technologies can have the power to implement a totalitarianism so thorough and sweeping that those under its grip won’t be able to twitch one millimeter—physically or mentally—without the knowledge and approval, or even the direction, of those who control the system.  Whoever survives to control this power will hold the keys to the world order for generations to come. If God lets them.

The technology already exists. It’s just a matter of what government has the will to impose it.

The Sane Will Inherit the Earth

Only two major world powers seem free of the insanity that grips just about everyone else: Russia and China. Because these two powers still have their wits, they have the potential to control the available monstrous technological forces and thus preserve their existence in some form or another for decades to come.

Russia is a sparsely populated, infertile country that must soon cave to other powers if they don’t play their cards right, and play them soon. If the white nations would unite with neo-traditionalist Russia, then together we would have the upper hand in the world against the brown hordes long enough to reverse our moral and demographic decline. But fate would seem to turn her back on this hope.

China, on the other hand, is shaping itself to become the next great world power. They have ballooned their economy at the expense of the West, using this bubble to take over the world’s resources and expand its military and infrastructure. China’s more than one billion people are largely homogenous—ethnically, culturally, and morally—and they demonstrate a self-discipline that the West has lost. The Chinese have the capacity and the will to overwhelm a divided world and rule over it with a unyielding robotic fist.

In order to defeat China, the white world must unite and pop the yellow bubble before the latter can squeeze its tentacles around the earth. Considering the state of the rest of the world, I’ll put all my chips on China.

The Beautiful Ones

Humanity has never seen such numbers of people as now exist today. In general, the people of the world have never been wealthier, healthier, and better fed. So why all of the insanity?

Is the world now like the John B. Calhoun experiments where mice were allowed to breed without any limits apart from space?


Are we men or are we mice? Increasingly, I see mice.

In July 1968 four pairs of mice were introduced into the Utopian universe. The universe was a 9-foot (2.7 m) square metal pen with 4.5-foot-high (1.4 m) sides. Each side had four groups of four vertical, wire mesh “tunnels.” The “tunnels” gave access to nesting boxes, food hoppers, and water dispensers. There was no shortage of food or water or nesting material. There were no predators. The only adversity was the limit on space.

Initially the population grew rapidly, doubling every 55 days. The population reached 620 by day 315, after which the population growth dropped markedly, doubling only every 145 days. The last surviving birth was on day 600, bringing the total population to a mere 2200 mice, even though the experiment setup allowed for as many as 3840 mice in terms of nesting space. This period between day 315 and day 600 saw a breakdown in social structure and in normal social behavior. Among the aberrations in behavior were the following: expulsion of young before weaning was complete, wounding of young, increase in homosexual behavior, inability of dominant males to maintain the defense of their territory and females, aggressive behavior of females, passivity of non-dominant males with increased attacks on each other which were not defended against. After day 600, the social breakdown continued and the population declined toward extinction. During this period females ceased to reproduce. Their male counterparts withdrew completely, never engaging in courtship or fighting. They ate, drank, slept, and groomed themselves – all solitary pursuits. Sleek, healthy coats and an absence of scars characterized these males. They were dubbed “the beautiful ones.” Breeding never resumed and behavior patterns were permanently changed.

“The beautiful ones.” Look at the impotent, well-groomed little hipsters, mindlessly and contentedly surfing on their smartphones, not even particularly interested in sex or competition.


A glimpse of the future “man”?

Could this phenomenon explain the rise in number of homosexuals and the unexplained explosion of autism? Could it be this force that is driving the people of the world to lose their sanity?

Perhaps there exists a program of madness written within our fallen and carnal human bodies, within the animal portions of our brains, that reacts to overpopulation. One would think it would appear in more densely populated nations like China and India, but maybe those lands have more tolerance for high-density populations than the more recently civilized Europeans.

Could this phenomenon be the root cause of our suicidal wars that produce only slaughter and starvation and devastating plagues?


Today’s world isn’t simply a powder-keg like the world of 1914. It is a cooking pot, an unstable brew of volatile chemicals that will explode when it reaches the boiling point. The world order is poised for a shake-up that threatens to overturn not just European dominance but the very existence of European nations themselves. Because those of European stock are afflicted with something like Calhoun’s Derangement. The most likely outcome, out of the ashes of this conflagration, is a world government of techno-dystopian power ruling over a greatly reduced world population. As far as what elite controls it, who cares? Or maybe there will be a worldwide Dark Age.

Crazy and interesting times…

Religious Organizations Profit from Refugees While Appealing to Faith


– 28 November 2015 –


Patulcius-sqPerhaps these religious organizations really believe that they are doing the right thing, but I would be very surprised if their leaders would support bringing in these refugees so strongly if their budgets weren’t so lavishly funded by the federal government.

So they hold candlelight vigils to make the public feel sorry for the poor, downtrodden refugees and guilty for disliking their large numbers and their permanent presence once they have arrived.  The following story lays it on pretty thick:

Sief Mahagoub, a former Sudanese refugee who served in the U.S. Army during the Iraq War, urged Ricketts, who was not in attendance, to have coffee with refugees.

“We’re not here to suck blood. We’re not here for money,” Mahagoub said. “But your fight is our fight, your pain is our pain.”

The Rev. Steve Mason of First Christian Church of Lincoln, who once worked at a Village Inn restaurant managed by Syrian immigrant Younes Tumeh, bemoaned what he called a “lack of hospitality” shown by some public officials.

He noted similarities between the struggles of Syrian refugees today to those of Jesus Christ in the Bible, whose parents “became displaced persons in efforts to comply with political upheaval in Syria.

“Is this starting to sound a little too familiar?” Mason asked. “Jesus was one who would become a political refugee, one who began his life in a stable because no one would grant him asylum.

“Hearing it tonight, his birth story is sounding less like a sweet carol to me and more like an urgent news clip from today.”

The vigil followed an afternoon call with regional journalists in which former Secretary of State Madeline Albright urged Americans not to “punish an extremely vulnerable population of people who’ve been victimized by extremists and terrorists.”

“I can’t imagine fleeing from terrorism and violence only to be told that I’m too much of a security threat to be admitted into the United States,” she said.


Many liberal religious groups seem to lose their common sense when it comes to large-scale immigration of non-Christian, non-Western groups. They wouldn’t flood their own houses with refugees, but they will flood our cities. Either way, the immigrants will cause unrest, either sooner or later.

These organizers mostly represent local liberal do-gooders, including Nebraskans for Peace; the Center for People in Need; the Asian Community and Cultural Center of Lincoln, NE; and the Faith Coalition of Lancaster County. But it was also co-sponsored by the Refugee Empowerment Center, which is an affiliate of the Ethiopian Community Development Council, one of the nine major organizations that work closely with the federal government to bring in and accommodate these refugees.  From

In rare agreement across faith and ideological lines, leaders of major American religious groups have condemned proposed bans on Syrian refugees, contending a legitimate debate over security has been overtaken by irrational fear and prejudice.

Top organizations representing evangelicals, Roman Catholics, Jews and liberal Protestants say close vetting of asylum seekers is a critical part of forming policy on refugees. But these religious leaders say such concerns, heightened after the Paris attacks two weeks ago, do not warrant blocking those fleeing violence in the Middle East.

“The problem is not the Syrian refugees,” said Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami, Fla., who noted how his state has welcomed a large number of Cuban refugees over the years. “This is falling into the trap of what the terrorists wanted us to become. We shouldn’t allow them to change who we are as a people.”

About 70 percent of all refugees admitted to the U.S. are resettled by faith groups, according to the U.S. State Department office for refugees. The bulk of the work is done by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services. World Relief, the humanitarian arm of the National Association of Evangelicals, and Church World Service, representing Protestant and Orthodox groups, are each responsible for about 10 percent. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society and Episcopal Migrant Ministries also handle several thousand cases.

These faith groups receive enormous sums of money for their efforts:

These are the nine major contractors the US State Department and the Office of Refugee Resettlement (HHS) fund.  They call them Voluntary Agencies (VOLAGs) which is such a joke considering the large amount of federal funding that flows to each one!  There are approximately 350 subcontractors in 180 cities working under the nine biggies.

(An attempt was made to choose a recent year for which all of the nine had submitted financial documents. Although some VOLAGs have slightly different reporting periods and reporting methods, for our purposes the 2012 ‘year’ is adequate. Also, keep in mind that some of the agencies reported their IOM travel loan income, some did not. The IOM is the International Organization for Migration, another huge federal contractor that makes the arrangements for the refugees to prepare to leave for America and it purchases their airline tickets. Refugees must reimburse that taxpayer-funded travel loan, but the VOLAG that collects the loan, pockets a percentage of it—justified as a collection fee.)

We did not include the two new contractors primarily responsible for the ‘unaccompanied minors.’

Church World Service
(From 2012 Form 990)

Total revenue: $76,185,774
Govt. grants and contracts: $45,431,781
Percent taxpayer funded: 60%
Top salary: $286,000 (Top salaries throughout include benefits and income from related activities)

Ethiopian Community Development Council (secular)
(From 2012 Form 990)

Total revenue: $15,244,802
Govt. grants: $14,609,687
Percent taxpayer funded: 96%
Top salary: $233,228

Episcopal Migration Ministries

This gets tricky. Apparently EMM (or now known as Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church of America), does not produce a Form 990 (no response from them to a recent inquiry was received) nor do they publish their federal income in their annual report.

The only accounting we could find is an independent auditor’s report that reveals they received $17,365,325 from the federal government for their refugee program in 2012.

Further examination by a qualified accountant would be needed to find out how they spent the $17 million.

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
(From 2012 Form 990 for HIAS, Inc. Can’t be found at Guidestar under its full name only as HIAS,Inc, just one of those things that makes tracking these VOLAGs very difficult.  LOL! we have learned that they have dropped the “Hebrew” from their name.)

Total revenue: $25,418,714
Govt. grants and contracts (including travel loan income): $15,426,116
Percent taxpayer funded: 61%
Top salary: $323,162

International Rescue Committee (secular)
(From 2012 Form 990)

Total revenue: $456,122,865
Govt. grants and contracts (including travel loan income): $332,271,151
Percent taxpayer funded: 73%
Top salary: $485,321

US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (secular)
(From 2012 Form 990)

Total revenue: $39,205,548
Govt. grants and contracts: $38,817,939
Percent taxpayer funded: 99%
Top salary: $289,192

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
(From 2012 Form 990)

Total revenue: $43,563,804
Govt. grants and contracts: $42,047,935
Percent taxpayer funded: 97%
Top salary: $214,237

World Relief (National Association of Evangelicals)
(From 2012 Form 990)

Total revenue: $56,842,649
Govt. grants and contracts: $38,837,294
Percent taxpayer funded: 68%
Top salary: $211,651 (again the ‘salaries’ include other related compensation)

US Conference of Catholic Bishops

Last, but by far not least, is the US Catholic Bishops whose finances now require further explanation. The USCCB, by the way, resettles the largest number of refugees in the US with the help of Catholic Charities located throughout America. They make no effort to single out Christians for resettlement and in fact, in 2013 they were requesting that the US State Department bring more Rohingya Muslims from Burma (Myanmar) to America.

Up until recently we could access their annual reports to determine their direct income from the federal taxpayer (for their migration program), however, it appears that since RRW and others began publishing the information, we are no longer able to access those reports.

To our knowledge, no Form 990 is filed. Churches are not required to file 990s, so perhaps the Bishops consider themselves a church.
Also, since federal funds go directly to myriad Catholic Charities around the country especially to states such as Tennessee where Catholic Charities and the federal government have complete control of who comes and where they are placed with virtually no state input (called the Wilson-Fish program), it would require very knowledgeable forensic accountants to follow the money.

Here is the information we previously obtained from the USCCB’s 2012 Annual Report (it is a good thing we captured it at the time!).

Total revenue: $70,975,237
Govt. grants and contracts (includes over $3 million in travel loan income): $69,534,230
Percent taxpayer funded: 98%
We have no idea what salaries are paid in the USCCB Washington office.

A billion dollars a year!

To top it off, many of the leaders of these organizations rotate into government posts and then back into the NGO’s.

Before I get to ORR chief Bob Carey’s letter to governors, a little background on the revolving door for new readers (also go here to our recent fact sheet for general overview of program):

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees chooses most of our refugees.  The US State Department admits them and Homeland Security screens them (as best they can).  The State Department PRM (Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration) contracts with nine supposedly non-profit group contractors*** to resettle them through about 312 subcontractors (at one point the State Department was throwing the number 350 around) to most US states.

PRM is overseen by Anne Richard who was a former vice President of contractor—International Rescue Committee.

The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) is in the Dept. of Health and Human Services and is the major dispenser of your money to the contractors through myriad federal grants.

The present director of ORR is Robert Carey who came over from one of the nine contractors (wait for it!)—International Rescue Committee (IRC)—where he served as a vice President.  His predecessor at ORR was Eskinder Negash who had come over from another contractor the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants.

Negash has since returned to a perch at his former employer—US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI).

Are you still following me?

Negash’s boss at USCRI, Lavinia Limon, was Bill Clinton’s director of ORR before she left to become President of USCRI.  LOL! did you get that!

Both Carey and Anne Richard came from the International Rescue Committee headed by BRITISH former foreign secretary David Miliband, bff Clinton, Soros and Samantha Power.  (We have an extensive archive on Miliband, brother of Britain’s “Red Ed.”)

Contractors enter government and become the dispenser of your tax dollars and then they leave government when administrations change and become the recipients of your tax dollars—and around and around they go!

It is difficult to believe that these faith organizations are acting entirely out of religious devotion when they stand to make so much money in the process. Some of them no doubt are actively working to advance the globalist agenda rather than advance their own profits. And yes, certainly many of the workers in these organizations really believe they are doing God’s work.

But regardless of their motivations, the results are the same: the demographic displacement of the historic White and Black populations of the United States and the likely breakdown of American society as a result of that displacement.

The Fight Against True Believers: Pope Francis = The United Religions Initiative


– 29 September 2015 –


Janus-smallIn light of my recent repudiation of Pope Francis, I’ve been looking further into the recent history of interfaith activities around the world, and I stumbled across some other examples of Pope Francis or Cardinal Bergoglio holding interfaith services.  I also found some credible articles about Pope Francis’ work with the globalist United Religions Initiative.

It seems that, in my wish that Pope Francis was the real deal, I’ve been naive about him for the past few years.  Wool over the eyes and all that.

The most instructive article was posted over a year ago at Catholic Family News:

Isn’t it extraordinary how something long in existence can be suddenly re-proposed as a brilliant new idea? Politicians and educators, hoping we have memory problems, often do this to fool us into thinking they are working hard to improve a situation. Another audacious example of this strategy was recently provided by the Holy See’s support of a proposal for a “United Religions”.

The proposal came from former Israeli President and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Shimon Peres. At a private audience with Pope Francis this September 4th, Peres “proposed the founding of a United Religions organization — modelled after the United Nations — to fight terrorism”.[1]

In an interview with the Catholic magazine Famiglia Cristiana, Peres said he wanted to establish an international body representing the world’s major religions, as “an unquestionable moral authority” able to intervene in conflicts, “a UN of religions”.

Like the UN Charter, he added, there should be a United Religions Charter. “The new Charter would state on behalf of all faiths that slitting people’s throats or carrying out mass slaughters … has nothing to do with religion”.

Furthermore, he said, Pope Francis would be the best leader for the United Religions Organization because “perhaps for the first time in history the Holy Father is a leader who’s respected, not just by a lot of people, but also by different religions and their representatives”.

Vatican spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi, SJ, indicated that Peres’ proposal was a new idea for Francis. “The pope listened, showing his interest, his attention and encouragement”. But, “the pope made no personal commitment,” telling Peres that the Pontifical Councils for Interreligious Dialogue and for Justice and Peace are the offices “suitable” for supporting or following such initiatives. Their presidents would “consider this proposal carefully,” said Fr. Lombardi.[2]

The problem: Mr. Peres proposed something that has been running for fourteen years, promulgated by the UN itself, with a signed Charter, and with the same goals he’s promoting! The only difference is that the existing Charter does not mention beheadings or slaughters.

Pope Francis should have reminded him of this, especially since the UR is not a new idea for Francis. As Archbishop of Buenos Aires he invited its founder and head to an interfaith service in his cathedral to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the UR in Latin America. Furthermore, the Holy See has been aware of the United Religions from its conception, and has been working for its goals through its founding partners. . . .

. . . Patterned after the UN, the UR is meant to be for religions what the UN is for nations: a “permanent gathering center where the world’s religions engage in daily prayer, dialogue, and action for the good of all life on this earth,” and where they will make peace amongst themselves and “work together for the healing of the earth.” Using the “light” of paganism and occultism, it aims to solve the usual social issues.

But more importantly, it’s also “an attempt to bring accountability to the religious forum”. As the world’s religious authority, it aims to wipe out “fundamentalism,” which is blamed for wars and conflicts. Teilhardian Robert Muller, a former UN Assistant Secretary-General and New World Order designer, declared that fundamentalism’s “inflexible belief systems” “play an incendiary role in global conflicts.” “Peace will be impossible,” he said, “without the taming of fundamentalism through a United Religions that professes faithfulness `only to the global spirituality and to the health of this planet.'” This is also the basic theme of the Peres proposal.

Wiping out fundamentalism, hmm.

Just a few weeks ago, Pope Francis spoke on this very topic, as he has apparently done at other times:

Religious fundamentalism keeps God at a distance, and keeps believers from building bridges with others, Pope Francis reflected on Sunday during a radio interview.

“Our God is a God who is close, who accompanies. Fundamentalists keep God away from accompanying his people, they divert their minds from him and transform him into an ideology. So in the name of this ideological god, they kill, they attack, destroy, slander. Practically speaking, they transform that God into a Baal, an idol,” he said in a radio interview that aired Sept. 13.

“No religion is immune from its own fundamentalisms,” he said. “In every religion there will be a small group of fundamentalists whose work is to destroy for the sake of an idea, and not reality. And reality is superior to ideas.”

The Pope said that no religion is immune from the possibility of fundamentalism. He said fundamentalism, instead of creating a bridge, creates a wall that blocks encounter with another person. It seeks ways to disagree. With fundamentalism, he said, “you can’t have friendship between peoples.”

What Francis says here is—on the surface—absolutely true, for Christianity at least.  Christian zealots who forget the humanity of others pervert God into a mindless ideology.

But where to draw the line between the extremes of hateful zealotry on one hand and meaningless syncretism on the other?

If the goal is to avoid all forms of conflict, might that line be drawn when one’s religion finds outward expression, when one begins to walk his faith and to literally believe its tenets, and trying to persuade others to do the same?

The United Religions Initiative isn’t shy about its association with Cardinal Bergoglio.  The story from their website details the Pope’s 9/11 interfaith service in New York on 25 September:

Pope Francis’s History with URI

Maria Eugenia Crespo de Mafia, URI Director of Cooperation Circle Support, had the opportunity to work alongside Pope Francis in Buenos Aires, when he joined URI’s tenth anniversary celebration. “Though as a Catholic and Argentine I am excited and proud of his meaningful gestures and words, I must say I am not surprised because he is doing and saying what we were accustomed to in Buenos Aires. The passion he shows today for interfaith was born in Buenos Aires, so it was not strange that he was part of Interfaith Events in New York. When Rabbi Sztokman from Escuela de Amor CC told Pope Francis (then Cardenal Bergoglio) that Bishop Swing was in town to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the first URI Meeting in Latin America, he joyfully said he would be joining the celebration and he offered the Metropolitan Cathedral for the interfaith prayer.”


Pope Francis (then Cardenal Bergoglio) in Argentina in 2007, where he celebrated the 10th Anniversary of URI in Latin America in the Altar of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires with Bishop Swing, Swami Pareshananda, Raul Mamani, Beytullah Cholak, Rabbi Sztokman, and Maria Crespo.

So to what is Pope Francis subscribing with his support of the United Religions Initiative?

From the URI website, excerpts of their charter:


We, people of diverse religions, spiritual expressions and indigenous traditions throughout the world, hereby establish the United Religions Initiative to promote enduring, daily interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence and to create cultures of peace, justice and healing for the Earth and all living beings. . . .

. . . Purpose

The purpose of the United Religions Initiative is to promote enduring, daily interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence and to create cultures of peace, justice and healing for the Earth and all living beings. . . .

. . . Principles

2) We respect the sacred wisdom of each religion, spiritual expression and indigenous tradition.

3) We respect the differences among religions, spiritual expressions and indigenous traditions. . . .

. . . 21) Members of the URI shall not be coerced to participate in any ritual or be proselytized. . . .

. . . Guidelines for Action

URI Cooperation Circles are self-organizing and self-governing, choosing what issues to take on and how. This Agenda for Action, inspired by a Javanese phrase, Memayu Hayuning Bawano, meaning “to work for the safety, happiness and welfare of all life,” is offered as guidance for CC activities.

  • Faith Traditions: Actions to promote daily interfaith dialogue, understanding and education.
  • Healing and Peace: Actions to prevent and mediate religiously motivated conflict and promote reconciliation.
  • Rights and Responsibilities: Actions to uphold and promote human rights.
  • Ecological Imperatives: Actions to promote environmental welfare.
  • Sustainable Just Economics: Actions to close the poverty gap.
  • The URI Community: Actions to support URI and its activities.

Sure, it sounds nice enough, but it has the effect of turning one’s religion into just a preferred brand of belief, just as valid as Crest toothpaste compared to Colgate or Aquafresh.

And look at those last bullet points. Don’t they sound familiar? Actions to “promote interfaith dialogue”, to “uphold and promote human rights”, “to promote environmental welfare”, and “to close the poverty gap”.  Pope Francis talks of nothing else!

The United Religions’  “Talking Back to Hate” page gives an idea what the URI hopes to accomplish:

Hate speech, discrimination and bullying are global problems that can affect any of us.

As people of many cultures, faiths and backgrounds, we’re committing today to take specific steps to address hate and discrimination in our communities, and to work for a world where every person, regardless of their ethnicity, race, religion, culture, gender, orientation or ability, is treated with respect and is safe to be themselves [Janus: Emphasis mine].  We call upon our political and community leaders to make new efforts to secure and defend these fundamental human rights for all people, and to speak out together against acts of hate, discrimination and bullying.

Each of us commits to find specific ways to act on these values of tolerance and respect in our daily lives.

Each of us also commits to take action with a particular emphasis on September 21st, 2013, the UN International Day of Peace, to counter hate, bullying and discrimination, and to encourage positive speech and respectful dialogue in our communities.

So religion will be held to the same human resources standard that any office-cubicle power-point-maker must adhere to in the workplace. “Don’t do anything that makes another person feel uncomfortable, and it is the victim that determines whether an act is harassment rather than the intent of the perpetrator, and some victims are more equal than others.”  Got it.

Pope Francis’ goals and those of the United Religions Initiative are one and the same!  And the URI goals are the same as the United Nations goals: to destroy the sovereignty of any non-globalist power in the name of peace.

There are going to be a lot of Christians rotting in prisons one day.

The Difference Between International Politics and Professional Wrestling


– 19 August 2015 –

C. F. van Niekerk:

150708-van-NiekirkHere’s the difference between international politics and professional wrestling: in professional wresting, big, hairy wrestlers can accidentally hurt each other, but they don’t destroy the lives of real people. In international politics, the pompous leaders and sneering bankers don’t get hurt but it’s the people who suffer and die! Intentionally!

But both international politics and professional wrestling are staged theatrical performances! Someone else is calling the shots behind those dramatic and riveting scenes. And while the WWE has Vince McMahan to direct the show, the directors of the world theatre are harder to pinpoint.

I’m guessing that after the toppling of the world’s monarchies in World War I, the elites behind the scenes—be they Freemasons, Illuminati, Zionists, Communists, or lizard people from the center of the earth—set up a system where they could use money and debt to promote their own moles and traitors to keep national governments in line to their will, at least in the West. Gradually they assassinated uncooperative leaders or toppled wayward regimes, like they did to JFK or Saddam Hussein’s Iraq.

Meanwhile, the elites have warped and corrupted the values and cultures of the so-called Free World in order to break down any form of allegiance that the people might have had to something besides their own pleasure.

Instead of Monday Night Raws, international elites like to generate wars to take down pre-planned losers. Angry speeches between political opponents are nothing more than stage drama between paid actors.

Getting Their Candidates Elected by Hook or By Crook

Votes in elections may or may not really be counted, but the result is a foregone conclusion. Elections are manipulated by donations, media coverage, corrupt campaign managers, and the mis-counting of votes in key swing constituencies. The fate of the 2000 election turned on just a few counties in Florida. The same was the case in 2004 in Ohio.


If the elections can’t be manipulated through fundraising and the media, election fraud in a handful of key swing-state districts will do the trick just fine!

Obama clearly won for real in 2008, but amazingly Obama won every single swing state in 2012 except North Carolina despite losing the white vote 40% to 60%. Why would 2 million fewer Republicans vote in 2012 than in 2008, and more particularly why would 1.7 million more black people, out of a total population of 37.6 million, turn out for Obama in 2012 than they did for the oh-so-historic 2008 election of the first black president, with so many districts in key states voting 100% for Obama without a single dissenter?  It was stolen!

When I was a kid in high school, several of my friends gave fake campaign speeches for various class offices, where, for instance, the candidate for treasurer pretended to be a pirate and the wannabe class president promised a date for every geek. Several kids told me that they voted for these guys, which may or may not be true. But one of the girls who worked in the school office later told me that the vice principal ordered the worried students who were counting the votes to throw away those that weren’t for serious candidates. Similarly, I have no doubt that the powers-that-be won’t allow anti-establishment candidates to upset their high-stakes senior proms.

And for 2016, it’s hard to say what game they’re playing. I would have thought they’d stick their boy Jeb Bush in there, but it seems increasingly possible that They might have another game planned.

Staging and Manipulating the Next World War


Macho Czar “Mad Vlad” Putin: “Keep your meddling manicured fingers out of my Ukraine, Breathtaking Barry, before I give you a fat purple lip!” Breathtaking Barry “Sweet Lips” Obama: “If you’re man enough to find me, you big bad macho man, I’ll be waiting for you in my favorite Chicago bathhouse!”

See, in addition to Monday Night Raws and Summer Slams and Royal Rumbles, the hucksters who pull the strings run the occasional world-wide Wrestlemania. They like the chaos and devastation of a world war. Changes that would take fifty years in peacetime can be crammed into a single year during a world war.

Hitler came to power in Germany aided by massive international loans, including from many American institutions. While a broken Germany was eventually allowed to build its army and navy, the allied forces kept their militaries small. Hitler and his other goofy, comic-book dictators launched World War II with all of its horrors. But why did Hitler stand down for Dunkirk where thousands of British troops, trapped between German armies and sea, were allowed to escape to England to fight another day? Because it would have ended the war too early with the designated loser winning the belt. Why did Hitler declare war on the United States after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor? It doesn’t make any sense unless you realize that Hitler himself was a mole for the world elites.

The main-event contenders in the upcoming horrific tag team to the death: The US and Israel in one corner, and Russia and China in the other. Undercard matches include major bouts for the European Union, North Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the Middle East. But just about every other little piss-ant country will have their roles.


Well, there’s maybe one good thing about World War III.

The coming world war will result in colossal death tolls that will finally achieve the elite’s longtime goal of world depopulation. Economies and livelihoods will suffer so terribly that former die-hard patriots in the United States will beg to trade in their guns for food. A world government will have to be set up, they’ll say, to reunite people to their smart phones and their manicures and their Chipotle restaurantes.

Setting the Stage

But this all has to be set up ahead of time, with world events and world players dressed and ready to play their parts.

Just like the lead up to Wrestlemania, there is a great deal of drama and bluster, even surprise, dirty matches in the ring, that raise the tension just before the main event. Putin is sending clandestine soldiers in a Ukrainian civil war. Greece is ready to topple in economic meltdown! China and Japan are hurling threats over armaments and the South China Sea. ISIS is lopping off heads all over the Middle East. Iran could go nuclear at any time! And we can’t forget young Kim in North Korea promising doomsday for the United States. Exciting times are leading up to a main event that will really light ’em up! Stay tuned!

Russia has its crazy conservative leader in Putin. Why shouldn’t the United States have a crazy leader of our own in someone like Donald Trump? Such cartoonish monsters would really highlight the so-called evils of nativist, Christian bigots just like Hitler was a caricature of the racist white anti-democratic nationalist. And just as Hitler is used to discredit and guilt-trip those who love their own race and nation, the conservative buffoons who started World War III will discredit Christian conservatives and traditionalists who believe in national and cultural sovereignty. Such people, it will be said, cause hatred and wars. The scapegoat might not be Donald Trump, but he could certainly pass the audition.


After World War II, Leftists have used Hitler as a bogeyman to discredit everything he seemed to stand for: race and nationhood, militarism and intolerance for Marxism. After World War III, Putin and whoever leads the US might well be used to discredit Christianity, patriotism, traditional gender roles, and capitalism. And of course race and nationhood.

The end-game for the elites is total and open control of every man, woman, and child in the world, a dystopia that makes 1984 and Brave New World look like play-school puppet shows. In order to get there, they have to keep duping and manipulating the common people of the world until the time comes when the people are so desperate that they won’t care when the wrestling masks come off.

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