The Hidden Hand Behind Agenda 21/2030 and The Great Reset
Thank you, Kelleigh for your second effort in replying to my post. That was very gracious of yourself. I do not believe that what you wrote could be any more eloquently stated. Do you write anywhere else?
THE WOMAN YOU MADE GAVE IT TO ME TO EAT... ADAM BLAMES GOD THEN BLAMES EVE FOR HIS CHOICE OF EATING THE APPLE,,, ADAM DOESNT TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR HIS ACTIONS ... SIN ... BLAMES GOD ... SIN ... BLAMES EVE ... SIN ... WILL NOT CORRECT HIMSELF ... SIN ... WONT APOLOGISE SIN...IS NOT REPENTANT... SIN ...WONT ADMIT TO HIS USE OF SATANIC PERFIDY... SIN... DOESNT ADMIT WRONG DOING...SIN ... SAME AS WHAT WE DO TODAY
As a Roman Catholic I'm not sure it would be wise to make a blanket indictment of all who practice the faith, if by chance, there was any intention to do so. A great many of us are just ordinary, God fearing individuals for whom the faith and the Mass are foundational pieces in their lives.
Hello again - I just read a couple more of your articles about the Jesuits and I had 2 questions from it that you might be able to answer -
1. What is the real purpose of the Roman Catholic Church
2. Why were the Jesuits obsessed with taking back their powerful position in the church?
So The Church is completely ignoring the 10th commandment regarding covetous.
I just discovered your page! What an education on the history of fascism. It took me about 18 months since the start of Covid to get to fascism and start looking at the historical actors-and I had linked all that is happening to a what I call a global fascist alliance - and had figured out how the British and European monarchies and their colonies, granted by the popes edicts, were essentially global fascist capitalism at work, raping, plundering and pillaging nations all over the world, and I have to this point analyzed all the policies from A to Z that are weakening and attacking our nations, and relating it to the one world government dream of the British Empire and its allies, and how they extract wealth from keeping populations poor, often starving, or simply attacking them with wars - But your analysis takes it back thousands of years!!
How do you see that the inner most groups are connected? And who are they. in your view?
Greetings! We had exchanged comments at RTE just a short while ago, and I thought I should finally take a moment and look at your Substack. So where to begin reading? At the beginning of course.
Have you read "The Socialist Phenomenon" by Igor Shafarevich? I came across a short review (and I cannot credit the author because I can't find the name):
Shafarevich's book The Socialist Phenomenon, which was published in the US by Harper & Row in 1980, analyses numerous examples of socialism, from ancient times, through various medieval heresies, to a variety of modern thinkers and socialist States. From these examples he claims that all the basic principles of socialist ideology derive from the urge to suppress individuality. The Socialist Phenomenon consists of three major parts:
1. Chiliastic Socialism: Identifies socialist ideas amongst the ancient Greeks, especially Plato, and in numerous medieval heretic groups such as the Cathars, Brethren of the Free Spirit, Taborites, Anabaptists, and various religious groups in the English Civil War, and modern writers such as Thomas More, Campanella, and numerous Enlightenment writers in 18th-century France.
2. State Socialism: Describes the socialism of the Incas, the Jesuit state in Paraguay, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China.
3. Analysis: Identifies three persistent abolition themes in socialism - the abolition of private property, the abolition of the family, and the abolition of religion (mainly, but not exclusively, Christianity).
Shafarevich argues that ancient socialism (such as Mesopotamia and Egypt) was not ideological, as an ideology socialism was a reaction to the emergence of individualism in the Axial Age. He compares Thomas More's (Utopia) and Campanella's (City of the Sun) visions with what is known about the Inca Empire, and concludes that there are striking similarities. He claims that we become persons through our relationship with God, and argues that socialism is essentially nihilistic, unconsciously motivated by a death instinct. He concludes that we have the choice of either pursuing death or life.