“When Communism comes again everything will happen.”
The author responded: “What do you mean by comes again?”
“Yes, when it newly comes again,” [Conchita] replied.
“Does that mean that Communism will go away before that?”
“I don’t know,” she said in reply, “the Blessed Virgin simply said ‘when Communism comes again’.”
—Garabandal – Der Zeigefinger Gottes (Garabandal – The Finger of God), Albrecht Weber, n. 2; excerpt from www.motherofallpeoples.com
The Great Reset, the World Economic Forum, Freemasonry, and Talmudicism are evil. There are other evil agencies, projects, and ideologies that I could list, but when I think of the main, most evil ones right now, these four come to mind. Liturgically, morally, doctrinally, and spiritually, it is Freemasonry and Talmudicism that have done the most damage to the Church. Or I should say that the Church damaged herself, because it is the internalization of these ideologies by Catholics, much more than any external attacks, that has caused the most damage. Such internalization manifests in the twisting of Catholic discourse and praxis so as to implicitly endorse and promote these evils (and implicitly is worse, for if it were all explicit, it would be easily recognized and condemned). Saying that God wills different religions and that theistic evolution is the truth promotes Freemasonry. Replacing the prayer for the conversion of the Jews with one that prays that “they remain faithful to their Covenant,” and never stating clearly, when it is not denied outright, that the Catholic Church is the New Israel and that the Mosaic Covenant has been revoked promotes Talmudicism. Telling Catholics not to preach Christ to Jewish people only abandons Jewish people to the errors and vices of their religion (which is not that of the Old Testament but the Talmud, which eclipses, twists, and replaces it). This is both a corruption of Catholicism and cruelty to Jewish people.
Now, it is not clear that such internalization among Catholics is always deliberate and malicious. Western culture is Freemasonic and Talmudic, so many Catholics have been infected with these ideologies and do not know it. The Church’s human element has certainly been compromised and corrupted, and never so much as it is today. How much the ambiguities in the documents of the Second Vatican Council and the subsequent changes in the Liturgy were maliciously implemented and deliberately orchestrated to destroy the Faith, and how much they were due to negligence, inadvertent corruption by modern ideologies, or even good-wiled ignorance and stupidity is not clear, and I don’t think it will ever be.
I mentioned The Great Reset and the World Economic Forum as the other two great evils. The human element of the Church has promoted these evils also, several times. In May of 2021, the Pontifical Council for Culture hosted a conference featuring the mass-murdering criminals Dr. Anthony Fauci and Albert Bourla. And we know of the Vatican’s moral endorsement and mandating of the bioweapon injection and the mockery, by Bergoglio, of those who refused to wear the slave mask: “They are incapable of moving outside of their own little world.” Perhaps we could see the promotion of these evils as having been committed through negligence, inadvertent corruption by modern ideologies, or even good-wiled ignorance and stupidity. But not so with the most recent promotion, the Exhortation Laudate Deum. It is, literally, nothing but propaganda for the global communist totalitarianism of the Great Reset cloaked as an earnest coming-to-terms with the “undeniable reality” and “global crisis” of climate change.
The many disputable “facts” and debatable claims that are marshalled are presented as self-evident and incontestable with language so patronizing and tendentious it reads like a blog post from the Where Peter Is crowd. Replete with sophomoric twisting, it is a blatant prostituting of the Catholic Faith to justify the globalist Left’s position on a notoriously ideological and eminently debatable topic. That it was written for the sole purpose of seducing Catholics into accepting whatever is required now and in the future—global lockdowns, carbon rationing, smart cities, etc., by the “global authorities” to prevent the “global catastrophe” of climate change is the most reasonable conclusion to be drawn based upon what we now know about the evil agenda of its author.
And what do we know about the author? Never has an occupant of the Throne of Peter been so manifestly corrupt as Bergoglio. And the corruption goes beyond the moral realm, in which many Popes have fallen, into the spiritual realm—the arch-sins of high treason against Christ and malicious hatred of the Catholic Faith and the Church. These have been well documented in this journal. There is no other conclusion to be had judging from the pattern of his words and actions—“You shall know them by their fruits.” It is, I think, prudent and not rash judgment to conclude that Bergoglio’s words and actions, particularly in the last few years, indicate a malicious and deliberate agenda to destroy the Catholic Faith and Church, and to replace it with a counterfeit antichurch. Archbishop Viganò has recently said as much. Bergoglio no longer gets any benefit of the doubt.
The hallmark of ideology is its self-presentation as a system of indisputable knowledge, literally unquestionable, for any questioning is treated as indictive of stupidity, insanity, wickedness, or all three. Ideologues do not debate—they cancel. It was the Catholic intellectual tradition, building on Plato and Aristotle, that first taught the world the difference between opinion, right opinion, and knowledge, in both the natural and supernatural orders, and it was her genius and virtue exquisitely to differentiate claims based upon these categories and avoid misconstruing one for the other with the utmost vigilance and sophistication. The encyclical tradition of the Popes has especially exemplified this genius and virtue in its careful treatment of and sifting through debatable opinions on contingent matters in the light of indubitable doctrines of the Faith and known principles of the moral law. But Bergoglio has thrown all this out the window.
Consider these claims from the Exhortation:
In addition to this possibility, it is indubitable that the impact of climate change will increasingly prejudice the lives and families of many persons. We will feel its effects in the areas of healthcare, sources of employment, access to resources, housing, forced migrations, etc. (2)
Climate change is one of the principal challenges facing society and the global community. The effects of climate change are borne by the most vulnerable people, whether at home or around the world. (3)
It is no longer possible to doubt the human – “anthropic” – origin of climate change. (11)
It is one thing for the writer of an editorial, blog post, or opinion piece to use such a tendentious and non-dialectical mode of discourse, for it is perfectly suitable for the expression of debatable opinion. But it is reprehensible in the Exhortation of a Pope, a mode of discourse that implicitly claims to be knowledge. “It is no longer possible to doubt” and “it is indubitable” are appropriate rhetoric when dealing with revealed truths, known facts, and demonstrated theories. But climate change is none of these. The same apodictic language was used by the ruling class during the scamdemic: “It is no longer possible to doubt that vaccines save lives.” “It is indubitable that masks stop the spread.”
There are moments of what appears to be dialectical exchange:
In order to ridicule those who speak of global warming, it is pointed out that intermittent periods of extreme cold regularly occur. One fails to mention that this and other extraordinary symptoms are nothing but diverse alternative expressions of the same cause: the global imbalance that is provoking the warming of the planet. Droughts and floods, the dried-up lakes, communities swept away by seaquakes and flooding ultimately have the same origin. At the same time, if we speak of a global phenomenon, we cannot confuse this with sporadic events explained in good part by local factors. (7)
An objection, and an answer to an objection—good dialectic, it seems. However, it is rhetorical dishonesty and sophistry. Notice that the opponent of global warming only “ridicules.” And notice that the response to the objection consists of nothing but debatable claims, mere opinions stated as if they ended the argument. It might very well be right opinion, but Bergoglio surely doesn’t know what that it is, for that would be to have knowledge, and any non-ideologically-compromised and liberally educated person who looks at the evidence for and against climate change can see that the whole topic is, at least at this point in time, firmly within the realm of opinion. Bergoglio has no knowledge on this topic. Nobody does.
The overwhelming majority of scientists specializing in the climate support this correlation, and only a very small percentage of them seek to deny the evidence. (13)
I have one short response to this: “The Science.” Is Bergoglio really unaware of the captured institutions, the corruption of peer-review, the politicization of scientific discourse, doctors losing their licenses? Does he really not know that when the ruling powers censor and persecute and gaslight and intimidate all the scientists who demure from the official narrative, then they get the “consensus” they want? Does he really not know that that’s exactly what happened during the past three years with the “pandemic”? Well, I think he does know, for he helped the ruling powers do it.
At certain points in the document, it reads like a OnePeterFive article:
It is chilling to realize that the capacities expanded by technology “have given those with the knowledge and especially the economic resources to use them, an impressive dominance over the whole of humanity and the entire world. Never has humanity had such power over itself, yet nothing ensures that it will be used wisely, particularly when we consider how it is currently being used… In whose hands does all this power lie, or will it eventually end up? It is extremely risky for a small part of humanity to have it.” (23)
But don’t be deceived. The duplicity of this is incredible. Bergoglio has done everything in his power to extol the goodness and credibility of precisely those criminal globalist organizations about which he now appears to be worried. During the scamdemic he acted as nothing less than an advertising rep for Big Pharma and Big Science.
But then, we get the real message:
It is not helpful to confuse multilateralism with a world authority concentrated in one person or in an elite with excessive power: “When we talk about the possibility of some form of world authority regulated by law, we need not necessarily think of a personal authority.” We are speaking above all of “more effective world organizations, equipped with the power to provide for the global common good, the elimination of hunger and poverty and the sure defence of fundamental human rights.” The issue is that they must be endowed with real authority, in such a way as to “provide for” the attainment of certain essential goals. In this way, there could come about a multilateralism that is not dependent on changing political conditions or the interests of a certain few, and possesses a stable efficacy. (35)
Bergoglio knows full well exactly whom “will be endowed with real authority.” For they already have it, thanks in no small part to the words and actions of Bergoglio, his minions, and the millions of moronic, woke Catholics whose desire to appear “enlightened” and “compassionate” and “aware” trump their desire for Truth and Holiness. Because of this Exhortation, the WEF and the like will have even more counterfeit authority, for it has now been given to them on a silver platter.
Also, that “international negotiations cannot make significant progress due to positions taken by countries which place their national interests above the global common good. Those who will have to suffer the consequences of what we are trying to hide will not forget this failure of conscience and responsibility.” (52)
And so, Bergoglio pushes for the end of national sovereignty. After all, it is for the “global common good.” This is precisely the Communism that Our Lady at Garabandal allegedly warned would “come again.”
If we consider that emissions per individual in the United States are about two times greater than those of individuals living in China, and about seven times greater than the average of the poorest countries, we can state that a broad change in the irresponsible lifestyle connected with the Western model would have a significant long-term impact. (72)
In other words, “You will own nothing, and be happy” (from a 2016 video by the World Economic Forum). This, of course, is Catholic teaching: the Counsel of Poverty. But it is here demonically twisted. Demonically twisted is the proper description of Laudate Deum, as well as its author. The Exhortation ends with this:
“Praise God” is the title of this letter. For when human beings claim to take God’s place, they become their own worst enemies. (73)
What the evils of Freemasonry, Talmudicism, the WEF, and the Great Reset have in common is human beings attempting to take God’s place. Yet Bergoglio has done much to support all these evils. If anyone has internalized the commands of the Church’s oppressors, it is he. This Exhortation will only increase the chances of a successful attempt of humanity to take God’s place. His whole “pontificate” has been such an attempt on behalf of himself. He is his own and the Catholic Church’s worst enemy.
Dr. Thaddeus Kozinski teaches philosophy and humanities at Memoria College. His latest books are Modernity as Apocalypse: Sacred Nihilism and the Counterfeits of Logos, and Words, Concepts, Reality: Aristotelian Logic for Teenagers. He writes at thaddeuskozinski.substack.com.